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                 [House Appropriations Committee Print]

                 Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008

                    (H.R. 2764; Public Law 110-161)


 
     DIVISION B--COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                        APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2008

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                          CONTENTS, DIVISION B

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Legislative Text:
    Title I--Department of Commerce..............................   170
    Title II--Department of Justice..............................   183
    Title III--Science...........................................   203
    Title IV--Related Agencies...................................   209
    Title V--General Provisions..................................   211
    Title VI--Rescissions........................................   222
Explanatory Statement:
    Title I--Department of Commerce..............................   226
    Title II--Department of Justice..............................   248
    Title III--Science...........................................   299
    Title IV--Related Agencies...................................   318
    Title V--General Provisions..................................   321
    Title VI--Rescissions........................................   323
    Earmark Disclosure...........................................   326
    Table........................................................   327
    [Clerk's note: Six sections which precede division A in the 
Consolidated Appropriations Act apply to all divisions of the 
Act, including this one. The text of these sections is as 
follows:

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

    This Act may be cited as the ``Consolidated Appropriations 
Act, 2008''.

SEC. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.

    [Text omitted for purposes of this note]

SEC. 3. REFERENCES.

    Except as expressly provided otherwise, any reference to 
``this Act'' contained in any division of this Act shall be 
treated as referring only to the provisions of that division.

SEC. 4. EXPLANATORY STATEMENT.

    The explanatory statement regarding the consolidated 
appropriations amendment of the House of Representatives to the 
amendment of the Senate to H.R. 2764, printed in the House 
section of the Congressional Record on or about December 17, 
2007 by the Chairman of the Committee on Appropriations of the 
House, shall have the same effect with respect to the 
allocation of funds and implementation of divisions A through K 
of this Act as if it were a joint explanatory statement of a 
committee of conference.

SEC. 5. EMERGENCY DESIGNATIONS.

    Any designation in any division of this Act referring to 
this section is a designation of an amount as an emergency 
requirement and necessary to meet emergency needs pursuant to 
subsections (a) and (b) of section 204 of S. Con. Res. 21 
(110th Congress), the concurrent resolution on the budget for 
fiscal year 2008.

SEC. 6. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS.

    The following sums in this Act are appropriated, out of any 
money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2008.
    Reproduced below is the text of division B of the 
Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008 (H.R. 2764; P.L. 110-161) 
as presented to the President for signature.]

                      Legislative Text, Division B


     DIVISION B--COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                        APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2008


                                TITLE I


                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


                   International Trade Administration


                     operations and administration

  For necessary expenses for international trade activities of 
the Department of Commerce provided for by law, and for 
engaging in trade promotional activities abroad, including 
expenses of grants and cooperative agreements for the purpose 
of promoting exports of United States firms, without regard to 
44 U.S.C. 3702 and 3703; full medical coverage for dependent 
members of immediate families of employees stationed overseas 
and employees temporarily posted overseas; travel and 
transportation of employees of the United States and Foreign 
Commercial Service between two points abroad, without regard to 
49 U.S.C. 40118; employment of Americans and aliens by contract 
for services; rental of space abroad for periods not exceeding 
10 years, and expenses of alteration, repair, or improvement; 
purchase or construction of temporary demountable exhibition 
structures for use abroad; payment of tort claims, in the 
manner authorized in the first paragraph of 28 U.S.C. 2672 when 
such claims arise in foreign countries; not to exceed $327,000 
for official representation expenses abroad; purchase of 
passenger motor vehicles for official use abroad, not to exceed 
$45,000 per vehicle; obtaining insurance on official motor 
vehicles; and rental of tie lines, $413,172,000, to remain 
available until September 30, 2009, of which $8,000,000 is to 
be derived from fees to be retained and used by the 
International Trade Administration, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 
3302: Provided, That $40,520,923 shall be for Manufacturing and 
Services; $41,384,054 shall be for Market Access and 
Compliance; $62,712,833 shall be for the Import Administration 
of which $5,900,000 shall be for the Office of China 
Compliance; $236,945,290 shall be for the United States and 
Foreign Commercial Service; and $25,146,400 shall be for 
Executive Direction and Administration: Provided further, That 
the provisions of the first sentence of section 105(f) and all 
of section 108(c) of the Mutual Educational and Cultural 
Exchange Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2455(f) and 2458(c)) shall 
apply in carrying out these activities without regard to 
section 5412 of the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 
1988 (15 U.S.C. 4912); and that for the purpose of this Act, 
contributions under the provisions of the Mutual Educational 
and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 shall include payment for 
assessments for services provided as part of these activities: 
Provided further, That the International Trade Administration 
shall be exempt from the requirements of Circular A-25 (or any 
successor administrative regulation or policy) issued by the 
Office of Management and Budget: Provided further, That 
negotiations shall be conducted within the World Trade 
Organization to recognize the right of members to distribute 
monies collected from antidumping and countervailing duties: 
Provided further, That negotiations shall be conducted within 
the World Trade Organization consistent with the negotiating 
objectives contained in the Trade Act of 2002, Public Law 107-
210.

                    Bureau of Industry and Security


                     operations and administration

  For necessary expenses for export administration and national 
security activities of the Department of Commerce, including 
costs associated with the performance of export administration 
field activities both domestically and abroad; full medical 
coverage for dependent members of immediate families of 
employees stationed overseas; employment of Americans and 
aliens by contract for services abroad; payment of tort claims, 
in the manner authorized in the first paragraph of 28 U.S.C. 
2672 when such claims arise in foreign countries; not to exceed 
$15,000 for official representation expenses abroad; awards of 
compensation to informers under the Export Administration Act 
of 1979, and as authorized by 22 U.S.C. 401(b); and purchase of 
passenger motor vehicles for official use and motor vehicles 
for law enforcement use with special requirement vehicles 
eligible for purchase without regard to any price limitation 
otherwise established by law, $72,855,000, to remain available 
until expended, of which $13,627,000 shall be for inspections 
and other activities related to national security: Provided, 
That the provisions of the first sentence of section 105(f) and 
all of section 108(c) of the Mutual Educational and Cultural 
Exchange Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2455(f) and 2458(c)) shall 
apply in carrying out these activities: Provided further, That 
payments and contributions collected and accepted for materials 
or services provided as part of such activities may be retained 
for use in covering the cost of such activities, and for 
providing information to the public with respect to the export 
administration and national security activities of the 
Department of Commerce and other export control programs of the 
United States and other governments.

                  Economic Development Administration


                economic development assistance programs

  For grants for economic development assistance as provided by 
the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, and for 
trade adjustment assistance, $249,100,000, to remain available 
until expended.

                         salaries and expenses

  For necessary expenses of administering the economic 
development assistance programs as provided for by law, 
$30,832,000: Provided, That these funds may be used to monitor 
projects approved pursuant to title I of the Public Works 
Employment Act of 1976, title II of the Trade Act of 1974, and 
the Community Emergency Drought Relief Act of 1977.

                  Minority Business Development Agency


                     minority business development

  For necessary expenses of the Department of Commerce in 
fostering, promoting, and developing minority business 
enterprise, including expenses of grants, contracts, and other 
agreements with public or private organizations, $28,623,000.

                   Economic and Statistical Analysis


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses, as authorized by law, of economic and 
statistical analysis programs of the Department of Commerce, 
$81,075,000, to remain available until September 30, 2009.

                          Bureau of the Census


                         salaries and expenses

  For expenses necessary for collecting, compiling, analyzing, 
preparing, and publishing statistics, provided for by law, 
$202,838,000.

                     PERIODIC CENSUSES AND PROGRAMS

  For necessary expenses to collect and publish statistics for 
periodic censuses and programs provided for by law, 
$1,027,406,000, to remain available until September 30, 2009: 
Provided, That none of the funds provided in this or any other 
Act for any fiscal year may be used for the collection of 
census data on race identification that does not include ``some 
other race'' as a category.

       National Telecommunications and Information Administration


                         salaries and expenses

  For necessary expenses, as provided for by law, of the 
National Telecommunications and Information Administration 
(NTIA), $17,466,000, to remain available until September 30, 
2009: Provided, That, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 1535(d), the 
Secretary of Commerce shall charge Federal agencies for costs 
incurred in spectrum management, analysis, and operations, and 
related services and such fees shall be retained and used as 
offsetting collections for costs of such spectrum services, to 
remain available until expended: Provided further, That the 
Secretary of Commerce is authorized to retain and use as 
offsetting collections all funds transferred, or previously 
transferred, from other Government agencies for all costs 
incurred in telecommunications research, engineering, and 
related activities by the Institute for Telecommunication 
Sciences of NTIA, in furtherance of its assigned functions 
under this paragraph, and such funds received from other 
Government agencies shall remain available until expended.

    PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION

  For the administration of grants authorized by section 392 of 
the Communications Act of 1934, $18,800,000, to remain 
available until expended as authorized by section 391 of the 
Act: Provided, That not to exceed $2,000,000 shall be available 
for program administration as authorized by section 391 of the 
Act: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of 
section 391 of the Act, the prior year unobligated balances may 
be made available for grants for projects for which 
applications have been submitted and approved during any fiscal 
year.

               United States Patent and Trademark Office


                         salaries and expenses

  For necessary expenses of the United States Patent and 
Trademark Office provided for by law, including defense of 
suits instituted against the Under Secretary of Commerce for 
Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent 
and Trademark Office, $1,915,500,000, to remain available until 
expended: Provided, That the sum herein appropriated from the 
general fund shall be reduced as offsetting collections 
assessed and collected pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 1113 and 35 U.S.C. 
41 and 376 are received during fiscal year 2008, so as to 
result in a fiscal year 2008 appropriation from the general 
fund estimated at $0: Provided further, That during fiscal year 
2008, should the total amount of offsetting fee collections be 
less than $1,915,500,000, this amount shall be reduced 
accordingly: Provided further, That any amount received in 
excess of $1,915,500,000 in fiscal year 2008, in an amount up 
to $100,000,000, shall remain available until expended: 
Provided further, That not less than 1,020 full-time 
equivalents, 1,082 positions and $214,150,000 shall be for the 
examination of trademark applications; and not less than 8,522 
full-time equivalents, 9,000 positions and $1,701,402,000 shall 
be for the examination and searching of patent applications: 
Provided further, That not less than $16,015,000 shall be for 
training of personnel: Provided further, That $1,000,000 may be 
transferred to ``Departmental Management'', ``Salaries and 
Expenses'' for activities associated with the National 
Intellectual Property Law Enforcement Coordination Council: 
Provided further, That any deviation from the full-time 
equivalent, position, and funding designations set forth in the 
preceding provisos shall be subject to the procedures set forth 
in section 505 of this Act: Provided further, That from amounts 
provided herein, not to exceed $1,000 shall be made available 
in fiscal year 2008 for official reception and representation 
expenses: Provided further, That in fiscal year 2008, from the 
amounts made available for ``Salaries and Expenses'' for the 
United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO), the amounts 
necessary to pay: (1) the difference between the percentage of 
basic pay contributed by the PTO and employees under section 
8334(a) of title 5, United States Code, and the normal cost 
percentage (as defined by section 8331(17) of that title) of 
basic pay, of employees subject to subchapter III of chapter 83 
of that title; and (2) the present value of the otherwise 
unfunded accruing costs, as determined by the Office of 
Personnel Management, of post-retirement life insurance and 
post-retirement health benefits coverage for all PTO employees, 
shall be transferred to the Civil Service Retirement and 
Disability Fund, the Employees Life Insurance Fund, and the 
Employees Health Benefits Fund, as appropriate, and shall be 
available for the authorized purposes of those accounts: 
Provided further, That sections 801, 802, and 803 of division 
B, Public Law 108-447 shall remain in effect during fiscal year 
2008: Provided further, That the Director may reduce patent 
filing fees payable in 2008 for documents filed electronically 
consistent with Federal regulation.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology


             scientific and technical research and services

  For necessary expenses of the National Institute of Standards 
and Technology, $440,517,000, to remain available until 
expended, of which not to exceed $6,580,000 may be transferred 
to the ``Working Capital Fund'': Provided, That not to exceed 
$5,000 shall be for official reception and representation 
expenses.

                     industrial technology services

  For necessary expenses of the Hollings Manufacturing 
Extension Partnership of the National Institute of Standards 
and Technology, $89,640,000, to remain available until 
expended.
  In addition, for necessary expenses of the Technology 
Innovation Program of the National Institute of Standards and 
Technology, $65,200,000, to remain available until expended: 
Provided, That of the $70,200,000 provided for in direct 
obligations under this heading, $65,200,000 is appropriated 
from the general fund and $5,000,000 is derived from recoveries 
of prior year obligations from the Advanced Technology Program.

                  construction of research facilities

  For construction of new research facilities, including 
architectural and engineering design, and for renovation and 
maintenance of existing facilities including agency 
recreational and welfare facilities, not otherwise provided for 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology, as 
authorized by 15 U.S.C. 278c-278e, $160,490,000, to remain 
available until expended, of which $30,080,000 is for a 
competitive construction grant program for research science 
buildings: Provided, That the Secretary of Commerce shall 
include in the budget justification materials that the 
Secretary submits to Congress in support of the Department of 
Commerce budget (as submitted with the budget of the President 
under section 1105(a) of title 31, United States Code) an 
estimate for each National Institute of Standards and 
Technology construction project having a total multi-year 
program cost of more than $5,000,000 and simultaneously the 
budget justification materials shall include an estimate of the 
budgetary requirements for each such project for each of the 
five subsequent fiscal years: Provided further, That 
notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the amount made 
available for construction of research facilities, $7,332,000 
shall be for the University of Mississippi Medical Center 
Biotechnology Research Park; $7,332,000 shall be for the 
Mississippi State University Research, Technology and Economic 
Development Park; $1,598,000 shall be for the University of 
Southern Mississippi Innovation and Commercialization Park 
Infrastructure and Building Construction and Equipage; 
$5,000,000 shall be for the Alabama State University Life 
Sciences Building; and $30,000,000 shall be for laboratory and 
research space at the University of South Alabama Engineering 
and Science Center.

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                  operations, research, and facilities


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

  For necessary expenses of activities authorized by law for 
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, including 
maintenance, operation, and hire of aircraft and vessels; 
grants, contracts, or other payments to nonprofit organizations 
for the purposes of conducting activities pursuant to 
cooperative agreements; and relocation of facilities, 
$2,856,277,000, to remain available until September 30, 2009, 
except for funds provided for cooperative enforcement, which 
shall remain available until September 30, 2010: Provided, That 
fees and donations received by the National Ocean Service for 
the management of national marine sanctuaries may be retained 
and used for the salaries and expenses associated with those 
activities, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302: Provided further, 
That in addition, $3,000,000 shall be derived by transfer from 
the fund entitled ``Coastal Zone Management'' and in addition 
$77,000,000 shall be derived by transfer from the fund entitled 
``Promote and Develop Fishery Products and Research Pertaining 
to American Fisheries'': Provided further, That of the 
$2,941,277,000 provided for in direct obligations under this 
heading $2,856,277,000 is appropriated from the general fund, 
$80,000,000 is provided by transfer, and $5,000,000 is derived 
from recoveries of prior year obligations: Provided further, 
That of the funds provided under this heading, $235,000 is made 
available until expended subject to procedures set forth in 
section 209 of Public Law 108-447: Provided further, That the 
total amount available for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration corporate services administrative support costs 
shall not exceed $206,484,000: Provided further, That payments 
of funds made available under this heading to the Department of 
Commerce Working Capital Fund including Department of Commerce 
General Counsel legal services shall not exceed $34,164,000: 
Provided further, That any deviation from the amounts 
designated for specific activities in the report accompanying 
this Act, or any use of deobligated balances of funds provided 
under this heading in previous years, shall be subject to the 
procedures set forth in section 505 of this Act: Provided 
further, That grants to States pursuant to sections 306 and 
306A of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, 
shall not exceed $2,000,000, unless funds provided for 
``Coastal Zone Management Grants'' exceed funds provided in the 
previous fiscal year: Provided further, That if funds provided 
for ``Coastal Zone Management Grants'' exceed funds provided in 
the previous fiscal year, then no State shall receive more than 
5 percent or less than 1 percent of the additional funds: 
Provided further, That the Administrator of the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration may engage in formal and 
informal education activities, including primary and secondary 
education, related to the agency's mission goals: Provided 
further, That in accordance with section 215 of Public Law 107-
372 the number of officers in the NOAA Commissioned Officer 
Corps shall increase to 321: Provided further, That of the 
funds provided, $13,395,000 is provided for the alleviation of 
economic impacts associated with Framework 42 on the 
Massachusetts groundfish fishery.
  In addition, for necessary retired pay expenses under the 
Retired Serviceman's Family Protection and Survivor Benefits 
Plan, and for payments for the medical care of retired 
personnel and their dependents under the Dependents Medical 
Care Act (10 U.S.C. ch. 55), such sums as may be necessary.

               PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION

  For procurement, acquisition and construction of capital 
assets, including alteration and modification costs, of the 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, $979,207,000, 
to remain available until September 30, 2010, except funds 
provided for construction of facilities which shall remain 
available until expended: Provided, That of the amounts 
provided for the National Polar-orbiting Operational 
Environmental Satellite System, funds shall only be made 
available on a dollar-for-dollar matching basis with funds 
provided for the same purpose by the Department of Defense: 
Provided further, That except to the extent expressly 
prohibited by any other law, the Department of Defense may 
delegate procurement functions related to the National Polar-
orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System to 
officials of the Department of Commerce pursuant to section 
2311 of title 10, United States Code: Provided further, That 
any deviation from the amounts designated for specific 
activities in the report accompanying this Act, or any use of 
deobligated balances of funds provided under this heading in 
previous years, shall be subject to the procedures set forth in 
section 505 of this Act.

                    pacific coastal salmon recovery

  For necessary expenses associated with the restoration of 
Pacific salmon populations, $67,000,000, to remain available 
until September 30, 2009.

                      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT FUND

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

  Of amounts collected pursuant to section 308 of the Coastal 
Zone Management Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C. 1456a), not to exceed 
$3,000,000 shall be transferred to the ``Operations, Research, 
and Facilities'' account to offset the costs of implementing 
such Act.

                   fisheries finance program account

  Subject to section 502 of the Congressional Budget Act of 
1974, during fiscal year 2008, obligations of direct loans may 
not exceed $8,000,000 for Individual Fishing Quota loans and 
not to exceed $59,000,000 for traditional direct loans as 
authorized by the Merchant Marine Act of 1936: Provided, That 
none of the funds made available under this heading may be used 
for direct loans for any new fishing vessel that will increase 
the harvesting capacity in any United States fishery.

                        Departmental Management


                         salaries and expenses

  For expenses necessary for the departmental management of the 
Department of Commerce provided for by law, including not to 
exceed $5,000 for official entertainment, $44,294,000: 
Provided, That the Secretary, within 120 days of enactment of 
this Act, shall provide a report to the Committees on 
Appropriations that audits and evaluates all decision documents 
and expenditures by the Bureau of the Census as they relate to 
the 2010 Census: Provided further, That of the amounts provided 
to the Secretary within this account, $10,000,000 shall not 
become available for obligation until the Secretary certifies 
to the Committees on Appropriations that the Bureau of the 
Census has followed, and met all best practices, and all Office 
of Management and Budget guidelines related to information 
technology projects.

                   HCHB RENOVATION AND MODERNIZATION

  For expenses necessary for the renovation and modernization 
of the Herbert C. Hoover Building, $3,722,000, to remain 
available until expended.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

  For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector General in 
carrying out the provisions of the Inspector General Act of 
1978 (5 U.S.C. App.), $22,020,000.

               General Provisions--Department of Commerce


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

  Sec. 101. During the current fiscal year, applicable 
appropriations and funds made available to the Department of 
Commerce by this Act shall be available for the activities 
specified in the Act of October 26, 1949 (15 U.S.C. 1514), to 
the extent and in the manner prescribed by the Act, and, 
notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3324, may be used for advanced 
payments not otherwise authorized only upon the certification 
of officials designated by the Secretary of Commerce that such 
payments are in the public interest.
  Sec. 102. During the current fiscal year, appropriations made 
available to the Department of Commerce by this Act for 
salaries and expenses shall be available for hire of passenger 
motor vehicles as authorized by 31 U.S.C. 1343 and 1344; 
services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; and uniforms or 
allowances therefor, as authorized by law (5 U.S.C. 5901-5902).
  Sec. 103. Not to exceed 5 percent of any appropriation made 
available for the current fiscal year for the Department of 
Commerce in this Act may be transferred between such 
appropriations, but no such appropriation shall be increased by 
more than 10 percent by any such transfers: Provided, That any 
transfer pursuant to this section shall be treated as a 
reprogramming of funds under section 505 of this Act and shall 
not be available for obligation or expenditure except in 
compliance with the procedures set forth in that section: 
Provided further, That the Secretary of Commerce shall notify 
the Committees on Appropriations at least 15 days in advance of 
the acquisition or disposal of any capital asset (including 
land, structures, and equipment) not specifically provided for 
in this Act or any other law appropriating funds for the 
Department of Commerce: Provided further, That for the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration this section shall 
provide for transfers among appropriations made only to the 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and such 
appropriations may not be transferred and reprogrammed to other 
Department of Commerce bureaus and appropriation accounts.
  Sec. 104. Any costs incurred by a department or agency funded 
under this title resulting from personnel actions taken in 
response to funding reductions included in this title or from 
actions taken for the care and protection of loan collateral or 
grant property shall be absorbed within the total budgetary 
resources available to such department or agency: Provided, 
That the authority to transfer funds between appropriations 
accounts as may be necessary to carry out this section is 
provided in addition to authorities included elsewhere in this 
Act: Provided further, That use of funds to carry out this 
section shall be treated as a reprogramming of funds under 
section 505 of this Act and shall not be available for 
obligation or expenditure except in compliance with the 
procedures set forth in that section.
  Sec. 105. (a) Section 101(k) of the Emergency Steel Loan 
Guarantee Act of 1999 (15 U.S.C. 1841 note) is amended by 
striking ``2007'' and inserting ``2009''.
  (b) Paragraphs (1) and (2) of section 101(b) of the Emergency 
Steel Loan Guarantee Act of 1999 (15 U.S.C. 1841 note) are each 
amended by striking ``in 1998'' and inserting ``since 1998''.
  (c) Subparagraph (C) of section 101(c)(3) of the Emergency 
Steel Loan Guarantee Act of 1999 (15 U.S.C. 1841 note) is 
amended by striking ``, in 1998'' and inserting ``in 1998, and 
thereafter,''.
  (d) The Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee Act of 1999 (15 U.S.C. 
1841 note) is amended by adding at the end the following:

``SEC. 103. SALARIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.

  ``(a) In addition to funds made available under section 
101(j) of the Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee Act of 1999 (15 
U.S.C. 1841 note), up to $1,000,000 in funds made available 
under section 101(f) of such Act may be used for salaries and 
administrative expenses to administer the Emergency Steel Loan 
Guarantee Program.
  ``(b) Funds made available for salaries and administrative 
expenses to administer the Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee 
Program shall remain available until expended.''.
  Sec. 106. Hereafter, notwithstanding any other provision of 
law, no funds appropriated under this Act shall be used to 
register, issue, transfer, or enforce any trademark of the 
phrase ``Last Best Place''.
  Sec. 107. Section 3315(b) of title 19, United States Code, is 
amended by inserting ``, including food when sequestered,'' 
following ``for the establishment and operations of the United 
States Section and for the payment of the United States share 
of the expenses''.
  Sec. 108. Notwithstanding the requirements of subsection 
4703(d), the personnel management demonstration project 
established by the Department of Commerce pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 
4703 may be expanded to involve more than 5,000 individuals, 
and is extended indefinitely.
  Sec. 109. Section 212(b) of the National Technical 
Information Act of 1988 (15 U.S.C. 3704b) is amended by 
striking ``Under Secretary of Commerce for Technology'' and 
inserting ``Director of the National Institute of Standards and 
Technology''.
  Sec. 110. The Secretary of Commerce is permitted to prescribe 
and enforce standards or regulations affecting safety and 
health in the context of scientific and occupational diving 
within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  Sec. 111. (a) The Secretary of Commerce is authorized to 
provide compensation to fishery participants who will be 
displaced by the 2011 fishery closure resulting from the 
creation by Presidential proclamation of the Papahanaumokuakea 
Marine National Monument.
  (b) The Secretary shall promulgate regulations for the 
voluntary capacity reduction program that:
          (1) identifies eligible participants as those 
        individuals holding commercial Federal fishing permits 
        for either lobster or bottomfish in the designated 
        waters within the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National 
        Monument;
          (2) provides a mechanism to compensate eligible 
        participants for no more than the economic value of 
        their permits;
          (3) at the option of each eligible permit holder, 
        provides an optional mechanism for additional 
        compensation based on the value of the fishing vessel 
        and gear of such participants who so elect to receive 
        these additional funds, provided that the commercial 
        fishing vessels of such participants will not be used 
        for fishing.
  (c) There is authorized to be appropriated to the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Marine 
Fisheries Service, $6,697,500 for fiscal year 2008.
  (d) Nothing in this section is intended to enlarge or 
diminish Federal or State title, jurisdiction, or authority 
with respect to the waters of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands 
or the tidal or submerged lands under any provision of State or 
Federal law.
  Sec. 112. (a) For purposes of this section--
          (1) the term ``Under Secretary'' means Under 
        Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere;
          (2) the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
        means--
                  (A) the Committee on Appropriations and the 
                Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
                Transportation of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Appropriations and the 
                Committee on Science and Technology of the 
                House of Representatives;
          (3) the term ``satellite'' means the satellites 
        proposed to be acquired for the National Oceanic and 
        Atmospheric Administration, other than the National 
        Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite 
        System (NPOESS);
          (4) the term ``development'' means the phase of a 
        program following the formulation phase and beginning 
        with the approval to proceed to implementation, as 
        defined in NOAA Administrative Order 216-108, 
        Department of Commerce Administrative Order 208-3, and 
        NASA's Procedural Requirements 7120.5c, dated March 22, 
        2005;
          (5) the term ``development cost'' means the total of 
        all costs, including construction of facilities and 
        civil servant costs, from the period beginning with the 
        approval to proceed to implementation through the 
        achievement of operational readiness, without regard to 
        funding source or management control, for the life of 
        the program;
          (6) the term ``life-cycle cost'' means the total of 
        the direct, indirect, recurring, and nonrecurring 
        costs, including the construction of facilities and 
        civil servant costs, and other related expenses 
        incurred or estimated to be incurred in the design, 
        development, verification, production, operation, 
        maintenance, support, and retirement of a program over 
        its planned lifespan, without regard to funding source 
        or management control;
          (7) the term ``major program'' means an activity 
        approved to proceed to implementation that has an 
        estimated life-cycle cost of more than $250,000,000;
          (8) the term ``baseline'' means the program as set 
        following contract award and critical design review of 
        the space and ground systems.
  (b)(1) NOAA shall not enter into a contract for development 
of a major program, unless the Under Secretary determines 
that--
          (A) the technical, cost, and schedule risks of the 
        program are clearly identified and the program has 
        developed a plan to manage those risks;
          (B) the technologies required for the program have 
        been demonstrated in a relevant laboratory or test 
        environment;
          (C) the program complies with all relevant policies, 
        regulations, and directives of NOAA and the Department 
        of Commerce;
          (D) the program has demonstrated a high likelihood of 
        accomplishing its intended goals; and
          (E) the acquisition of satellites for use in the 
        program represents a good value to accomplishing NOAA's 
        mission.
  (2) The Under Secretary shall transmit a report describing 
the basis for the determination required under paragraph (1) to 
the appropriate congressional committees at least 30 days 
before entering into a contract for development under a major 
program.
  (3) The Under Secretary may not delegate the determination 
requirement under this subsection, except in cases in which the 
Under Secretary has a conflict of interest.
  (c)(1) Annually, at the same time as the President's annual 
budget submission to the Congress, the Under Secretary shall 
transmit to the appropriate congressional committees a report 
that includes the information required by this section for the 
satellite development program for which NOAA proposes to expend 
funds in the subsequent fiscal year. The report under this 
paragraph shall be known as the Major Program Annual Report.
  (2) The first Major Program Annual Report for NOAA's 
satellite development program shall include a Baseline Report 
that shall, at a minimum, include--
          (A) the purposes of the program and key technical 
        characteristics necessary to fulfill those purposes;
          (B) an estimate of the life-cycle cost for the 
        program, with a detailed breakout of the development 
        cost, program reserves, and an estimate of the annual 
        costs until development is completed;
          (C) the schedule for development, including key 
        program milestones;
          (D) the plan for mitigating technical, cost, and 
        schedule risks identified in accordance with subsection 
        (b)(1)(A); and
          (E) the name of the person responsible for making 
        notifications under subsection (d), who shall be an 
        individual whose primary responsibility is overseeing 
        the program.
  (3) For the major program for which a Baseline Report has 
been submitted, subsequent Major Program Annual Reports shall 
describe any changes to the information that had been provided 
in the Baseline Report, and the reasons for those changes.
  (d)(1) The individual identified under subsection (c)(2)(E) 
shall immediately notify the Under Secretary any time that 
individual has reasonable cause to believe that, for the major 
program for which he or she is responsible, the development 
cost of the program has exceeded the estimate provided in the 
Baseline Report of the program by 20 percent or more.
  (2) Not later than 30 days after the notification required 
under paragraph (1), the individual identified under subsection 
(c)(2)(E) shall transmit to the Under Secretary a written 
notification explaining the reasons for the change in the cost 
of the program for which notification was provided under 
paragraph (1).
  (3) Not later than 15 days after the Under Secretary receives 
a written notification under paragraph (2), the Under Secretary 
shall transmit the notification to the appropriate 
congressional committees.
  (e) Not later than 30 days after receiving a written 
notification under subsection (d)(2), the Under Secretary shall 
determine whether the development cost of the program has 
exceeded the estimate provided in the Baseline Report of the 
program by 20 percent or more. If the determination is 
affirmative, the Under Secretary shall--
          (1) transmit to the appropriate congressional 
        committees, not later than 15 days after making the 
        determination, a report that includes--
                  (A) a description of the increase in cost and 
                a detailed explanation for the increase;
                  (B) a description of actions taken or 
                proposed to be taken in response to the cost 
                increase; and
                  (C) a description of any impacts the cost 
                increase, or the actions described under 
                subparagraph (B), will have on any other 
                program within NOAA.
          (2) if the Under Secretary intends to continue with 
        the program, promptly initiate an analysis of the 
        program, which shall include, at a minimum--
                  (A) the projected cost and schedule for 
                completing the program if current requirements 
                of the program are not modified;
                  (B) the projected cost and the schedule for 
                completing the program after instituting the 
                actions described under paragraph (1)(B); and
                  (C) a description of, and the projected cost 
                and schedule for, a broad range of alternatives 
                to the program. NOAA shall complete an analysis 
                initiated under paragraph (2) not later than 6 
                months after the Under Secretary makes a 
                determination under this subsection. The Under 
                Secretary shall transmit the analysis to the 
                appropriate congressional committees not later 
                than 30 days after its completion.
  (f) For the purposes of determining whether cost of the 
Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite Program 
exceeds 20 percent more than the baseline under this section, 
the estimate of the total life-cycle cost for GOES-R shall be 
the estimate provided with the NOAA Fiscal Year 2008 
Presidential Budget justification (page 513).
  Sec. 113. (a) The Secretary of Commerce may--
          (1) develop, maintain, and make public a list of 
        vessels and vessel owners engaged in illegal, 
        unreported, or unregulated fishing, including vessels 
        or vessel owners identified by an international fishery 
        management organization, whether or not the United 
        States is a party to the agreement establishing such 
        organization; and
          (2) take appropriate action against listed vessels 
        and vessel owners, including action against fish, fish 
        parts, or fish products from such vessels, in 
        accordance with applicable United States law and 
        consistent with applicable international law, including 
        principles, rights, and obligations established in 
        applicable international fishery management and trade 
        agreements.
  (b) Action taken by the Secretary under subsection (a)(2) 
that include measures to restrict use of or access to ports or 
port services shall apply to all ports of the United States and 
its territories.
  (c) The Secretary may promulgate regulations to implement 
this section.
  Sec. 114. (a) Of the amounts provided for the ``National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Operations, Research 
and Facilities'', $5,856,600 shall be for necessary expenses in 
support of an agreement between the Administrator of the 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the 
National Academy of Sciences under which the National Academy 
of Sciences shall establish the Climate Change Study Committee 
to investigate and study the serious and sweeping issues 
relating to global climate change and make recommendations 
regarding what steps must be taken and what strategies must be 
adopted in response to global climate change, including the 
science and technology challenges thereof.
  (b) The agreement shall provide for: establishment of and 
appointment of members to the Climate Change Study Committee by 
the National Academy of Sciences; organization by the National 
Academy of Sciences of a Summit on Global Climate Change to 
help define the parameters of the study, not to exceed 3 days 
in length and to be attended by preeminent experts on global 
climate change selected by the National Academy of Sciences; 
and issuance of a report by the Climate Change Study Committee 
not later than 2 years after the date the Climate Change Study 
Committee is first convened, containing its findings, 
conclusions, and recommendations. Of such amount, $856,600 
shall be for the Summit on Global Climate Change and $5,000,000 
shall be for the other activities of the Climate Change Study 
Committee.
  This title may be cited as the ``Department of Commerce 
Appropriations Act, 2008''.

                                TITLE II


                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For expenses necessary for the administration of the 
Department of Justice, $97,832,000, of which not to exceed 
$3,317,000 is for security and construction of Department of 
Justice facilities, to remain available until expended: 
Provided, That the Attorney General is authorized to transfer 
funds appropriated within General Administration to any office 
in this account: Provided further, That no appropriations for 
any office within General Administration shall be increased or 
decreased by more than 5 percent by all such transfers: 
Provided further, That $12,221,000 is for Department 
Leadership; $7,383,000 is for Intergovernmental Relations/
External Affairs; $11,402,000 is for Executive Support/
Professional Responsibility; and $66,826,000 is for the Justice 
Management Division: Provided further, That any change in 
funding greater than 5 percent shall be submitted for approval 
to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations consistent 
with the terms of section 505 of this Act: Provided further, 
That this transfer authority is in addition to transfers 
authorized under section 505 of this Act.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY

  For necessary expenses for information sharing technology, 
including planning, development, deployment and departmental 
direction, $85,540,000, to remain available until expended, of 
which not less than $19,740,000 is for the unified financial 
management system.

            TACTICAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

  For the costs of developing and implementing a nation-wide 
Integrated Wireless Network supporting Federal law enforcement, 
and for the costs of operations and maintenance of existing 
Land Mobile Radio legacy systems, $74,260,000, to remain 
available until September 30, 2009: Provided, That the Attorney 
General shall transfer to this account all funds made available 
to the Department of Justice for the purchase of portable and 
mobile radios: Provided further, That any transfer made under 
the preceding proviso shall be subject to section 505 of this 
Act.

                   ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW AND APPEALS

  For expenses necessary for the administration of pardon and 
clemency petitions and immigration-related activities, 
$232,649,000, of which $4,000,000 shall be derived by transfer 
from the Executive Office for Immigration Review fees deposited 
in the ``Immigration Examinations Fee'' account: Provided, That 
$3,760,000 shall be expended on the Executive Office for 
Immigration Review's Legal Orientation Programs.
  For an additional amount for ``Administrative Review and 
Appeals'', $8,000,000 shall be for border security and 
immigration enforcement along the Southwest border: Provided, 
That the amount provided by this paragraph is designated as 
described in section 5 (in the matter preceding division A of 
this consolidated Act).

                           DETENTION TRUSTEE

  For necessary expenses of the Federal Detention Trustee, 
$1,225,920,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, 
That the Trustee shall be responsible for managing the Justice 
Prisoner and Alien Transportation System: Provided further, 
That not to exceed $5,000,000 shall be considered ``funds 
appropriated for State and local law enforcement assistance'' 
pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 4013(b).

                      office of inspector general

  For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector General, 
$70,603,000, including not to exceed $10,000 to meet unforeseen 
emergencies of a confidential character: Provided, That within 
200 days of enactment of this Act, the Inspector General shall 
conduct an audit and issue a report to the Committees on 
Appropriations of all expenses of the legislative and public 
affairs offices at each location of the Justice Department, its 
bureaus and agencies, including but not limited to every field 
office and headquarters component; the audit shall include any 
and all expenses related to these activities.

                    United States Parole Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the United States Parole Commission 
as authorized, $11,462,000.

                            Legal Activities


            SALARIES AND EXPENSES, GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES

  For expenses necessary for the legal activities of the 
Department of Justice, not otherwise provided for, including 
not to exceed $20,000 for expenses of collecting evidence, to 
be expended under the direction of, and to be accounted for 
solely under the certificate of, the Attorney General; and rent 
of private or Government-owned space in the District of 
Columbia, $735,549,000, of which not to exceed $10,000,000 for 
litigation support contracts shall remain available until 
expended: Provided, That of the total amount appropriated, not 
to exceed $1,000 shall be available to the United States 
National Central Bureau, INTERPOL, for official reception and 
representation expenses: Provided further, That notwithstanding 
section 205 of this Act, upon a determination by the Attorney 
General that emergent circumstances require additional funding 
for litigation activities of the Civil Division, the Attorney 
General may transfer such amounts to ``Salaries and Expenses, 
General Legal Activities'' from available appropriations for 
the current fiscal year for the Department of Justice, as may 
be necessary to respond to such circumstances: Provided 
further, That any transfer pursuant to the previous proviso 
shall be treated as a reprogramming under section 505 of this 
Act and shall not be available for obligation or expenditure 
except in compliance with the procedures set forth in that 
section.
  For an additional amount for ``Legal Activities, General 
Legal Activities'', $10,000,000 shall be for border security 
and immigration enforcement along the Southwest border: 
Provided, That the amount provided by this paragraph is 
designated as described in section 5 (in the matter preceding 
division A of this consolidated Act).
  In addition, for reimbursement of expenses of the Department 
of Justice associated with processing cases under the National 
Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, not to exceed $6,833,000, 
to be appropriated from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust 
Fund.

               SALARIES AND EXPENSES, ANTITRUST DIVISION

  For expenses necessary for the enforcement of antitrust and 
kindred laws, $147,819,000, to remain available until expended: 
Provided, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, fees 
collected for premerger notification filings under the Hart-
Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (15 U.S.C. 
18a), regardless of the year of collection (and estimated to be 
$139,000,000 in fiscal year 2008), shall be retained and used 
for necessary expenses in this appropriation, and shall remain 
available until expended: Provided further, That the sum herein 
appropriated from the general fund shall be reduced as such 
offsetting collections are received during fiscal year 2008, so 
as to result in a final fiscal year 2008 appropriation from the 
general fund estimated at $8,819,000.

             SALARIES AND EXPENSES, UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS

  For necessary expenses of the Offices of the United States 
Attorneys, including inter-governmental and cooperative 
agreements, $1,747,822,000: Provided, That of the total amount 
appropriated, not to exceed $8,000 shall be available for 
official reception and representation expenses: Provided 
further, That not to exceed $20,000,000 shall remain available 
until expended: Provided further, That of the amount provided 
under this heading, $5,000,000 shall be used for salaries and 
expenses for hiring assistant U.S. Attorneys to carry out 
section 704 of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act 
of 2006 (Public Law 109-248) concerning the prosecution of 
offenses relating to the sexual exploitation of children.
  For an additional amount for ``Salaries and Expenses, United 
States Attorneys'', $7,000,000 shall be for border security and 
immigration enforcement along the Southwest border: Provided, 
That the amount provided by this paragraph is designated as 
described in section 5 (in the matter preceding division A of 
this consolidated Act).

                   united states trustee system fund

  For necessary expenses of the United States Trustee Program, 
as authorized, $209,763,000, of which $20,000,000 shall be from 
prior year unobligated balances from funds previously 
appropriated, to remain available until expended and to be 
derived from the United States Trustee System Fund: Provided, 
That notwithstanding any other provision of law, deposits to 
the Fund shall be available in such amounts as may be necessary 
to pay refunds due depositors: Provided further, That, 
notwithstanding any other provision of law, $184,000,000 of 
offsetting collections pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 589a(b) shall be 
retained and used for necessary expenses in this appropriation 
and shall remain available until expended: Provided further, 
That the sum herein appropriated from the Fund shall be reduced 
as such offsetting collections are received during fiscal year 
2008, so as to result in a final fiscal year 2008 appropriation 
from the Fund estimated at $763,000.

      SALARIES AND EXPENSES, FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION

  For expenses necessary to carry out the activities of the 
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, including services as 
authorized by section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, 
$1,606,000.

                     UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the United States Marshals Service, 
$849,219,000; of which not to exceed $6,000 shall be available 
for official reception and representation expenses; of which 
not to exceed $4,000,000 shall be for information technology 
systems and shall remain available until expended; and of which 
not less than $11,653,000 shall be available for the costs of 
courthouse security equipment, including furnishings, 
relocations, and telephone systems and cabling, and shall 
remain available until expended.
  For an additional amount for ``United States Marshals 
Service, Salaries and Expenses'', $15,000,000 shall be for 
border security and immigration enforcement along the Southwest 
border: Provided, That the amount provided by this paragraph is 
designated as described in section 5 (in the matter preceding 
division A of this consolidated Act).

                              CONSTRUCTION

  For construction in space controlled, occupied or utilized by 
the United States Marshals Service for prisoner holding and 
related support, $2,304,000, to remain available until 
expended.

                     fees and expenses of witnesses

  For fees and expenses of witnesses, for expenses of contracts 
for the procurement and supervision of expert witnesses, for 
private counsel expenses, including advances, and for expenses 
of foreign counsel, $168,300,000, to remain available until 
expended: Provided, That, not to exceed $10,000,000 may be made 
available for construction of buildings for protected witness 
safesites: Provided further, That not to exceed $3,000,000 may 
be made available for the purchase and maintenance of armored 
and other vehicles for witness security caravans: Provided 
further, That not to exceed $9,000,000 may be made available 
for the purchase, installation, maintenance, and upgrade of 
secure telecommunications equipment and a secure automated 
information network to store and retrieve the identities and 
locations of protected witnesses.

           SALARIES AND EXPENSES, COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE

  For necessary expenses of the Community Relations Service, 
$9,794,000: Provided, That notwithstanding section 205 of this 
Act, upon a determination by the Attorney General that emergent 
circumstances require additional funding for conflict 
resolution and violence prevention activities of the Community 
Relations Service, the Attorney General may transfer such 
amounts to the Community Relations Service, from available 
appropriations for the current fiscal year for the Department 
of Justice, as may be necessary to respond to such 
circumstances: Provided further, That any transfer pursuant to 
the previous proviso shall be treated as a reprogramming under 
section 505 of this Act and shall not be available for 
obligation or expenditure except in compliance with the 
procedures set forth in that section.

                         ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND

  For expenses authorized by 28 U.S.C. 524(c)(1)(B), (F), and 
(G), $20,990,000, to be derived from the Department of Justice 
Assets Forfeiture Fund.

                       National Security Division


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For expenses necessary to carry out the activities of the 
National Security Division, $73,373,000; of which not to exceed 
$5,000,000 for information technology systems shall remain 
available until expended: Provided, That notwithstanding 
section 205 of this Act, upon a determination by the Attorney 
General that emergent circumstances require additional funding 
for the activities of the National Security Division, the 
Attorney General may transfer such amounts to this heading from 
available appropriations for the current fiscal year for the 
Department of Justice, as may be necessary to respond to such 
circumstances: Provided further, That any transfer pursuant to 
the previous proviso shall be treated as a reprogramming under 
section 505 of this Act and shall not be available for 
obligation or expenditure except in compliance with the 
procedures set forth in that section.

                      Interagency Law Enforcement


                 interagency crime and drug enforcement

  For necessary expenses for the identification, investigation, 
and prosecution of individuals associated with the most 
significant drug trafficking and affiliated money laundering 
organizations not otherwise provided for, to include inter-
governmental agreements with State and local law enforcement 
agencies engaged in the investigation and prosecution of 
individuals involved in organized crime drug trafficking, 
$497,935,000, of which $50,000,000 shall remain available until 
expended: Provided, That any amounts obligated from 
appropriations under this heading may be used under authorities 
available to the organizations reimbursed from this 
appropriation.

                    Federal Bureau of Investigation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the Federal Bureau of Investigation 
for detection, investigation, and prosecution of crimes against 
the United States; $6,349,950,000; of which not to exceed 
$150,000,000 shall remain available until expended; and of 
which $2,308,580,000 shall be for counterterrorism 
investigations, foreign counterintelligence, and other 
activities related to national security: Provided, That not to 
exceed $205,000 shall be available for official reception and 
representation expenses: Provided further, That not to exceed 
$170,000 shall be available in 2008 for expenses associated 
with the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation.
  For an additional amount for ``Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, Salaries and Expenses'', $143,539,000 to address 
emerging threats in counterterrorism and cyber security: 
Provided, That the amount provided by this paragraph is 
designated as described in section 5 (in the matter preceding 
division A of this consolidated Act).

                              CONSTRUCTION

  For necessary expenses to construct or acquire buildings and 
sites by purchase, or as otherwise authorized by law (including 
equipment for such buildings); conversion and extension of 
federally-owned buildings; and preliminary planning and design 
of projects; $164,200,000, to remain available until expended.

                    Drug Enforcement Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the Drug Enforcement 
Administration, including not to exceed $70,000 to meet 
unforeseen emergencies of a confidential character pursuant to 
28 U.S.C. 530C; and expenses for conducting drug education and 
training programs, including travel and related expenses for 
participants in such programs and the distribution of items of 
token value that promote the goals of such programs, 
$1,855,569,000; of which not to exceed $75,000,000 shall remain 
available until expended; and of which not to exceed $100,000 
shall be available for official reception and representation 
expenses.
  For an additional amount for ``Drug Enforcement 
Administration, Salaries and Expenses'', $2,000,000 for a 
communications intercept initiative in Afghanistan: Provided, 
That the amount provided by this paragraph is designated as 
described in section 5 (in the matter preceding division A of 
this consolidated Act).

          Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, 
Firearms and Explosives, including the purchase of not to 
exceed 822 vehicles for police-type use, of which 650 shall be 
for replacement only; not to exceed $40,000 for official 
reception and representation expenses; for training of State 
and local law enforcement agencies with or without 
reimbursement, including training in connection with the 
training and acquisition of canines for explosives and fire 
accelerants detection; and for provision of laboratory 
assistance to State and local law enforcement agencies, with or 
without reimbursement, $984,097,000, of which not to exceed 
$1,000,000 shall be available for the payment of attorneys' 
fees as provided by section 924(d)(2) of title 18, United 
States Code; and of which $10,000,000 shall remain available 
until expended: Provided, That no funds appropriated herein 
shall be available for salaries or administrative expenses in 
connection with consolidating or centralizing, within the 
Department of Justice, the records, or any portion thereof, of 
acquisition and disposition of firearms maintained by Federal 
firearms licensees: Provided further, That no funds 
appropriated herein shall be used to pay administrative 
expenses or the compensation of any officer or employee of the 
United States to implement an amendment or amendments to 27 CFR 
178.118 or to change the definition of ``Curios or relics'' in 
27 CFR 178.11 or remove any item from ATF Publication 5300.11 
as it existed on January 1, 1994: Provided further, That none 
of the funds appropriated herein shall be available to 
investigate or act upon applications for relief from Federal 
firearms disabilities under 18 U.S.C. 925(c): Provided further, 
That such funds shall be available to investigate and act upon 
applications filed by corporations for relief from Federal 
firearms disabilities under section 925(c) of title 18, United 
States Code: Provided further, That no funds made available by 
this or any other Act may be used to transfer the functions, 
missions, or activities of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, 
Firearms and Explosives to other agencies or Departments in 
fiscal year 2008: Provided further, That, beginning in fiscal 
year 2008 and thereafter, no funds appropriated under this or 
any other Act may be used to disclose part or all of the 
contents of the Firearms Trace System database maintained by 
the National Trace Center of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, 
Firearms and Explosives or any information required to be kept 
by licensees pursuant to section 923(g) of title 18, United 
States Code, or required to be reported pursuant to paragraphs 
(3) and (7) of such section 923(g), except to: (1) a Federal, 
State, local, tribal, or foreign law enforcement agency, or a 
Federal, State, or local prosecutor, solely in connection with 
and for use in a criminal investigation or prosecution; or (2) 
a Federal agency for a national security or intelligence 
purpose; and all such data shall be immune from legal process, 
shall not be subject to subpoena or other discovery, shall be 
inadmissible in evidence, and shall not be used, relied on, or 
disclosed in any manner, nor shall testimony or other evidence 
be permitted based on the data, in a civil action in any State 
(including the District of Columbia) or Federal court or in an 
administrative proceeding other than a proceeding commenced by 
the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to 
enforce the provisions of chapter 44 of such title, or a review 
of such an action or proceeding; except that this proviso shall 
not be construed to prevent: (A) the disclosure of statistical 
information concerning total production, importation, and 
exportation by each licensed importer (as defined in section 
921(a)(9) of such title) and licensed manufacturer (as defined 
in section 921(l)(10) of such title); (B) the sharing or 
exchange of such information among and between Federal, State, 
local, or foreign law enforcement agencies, Federal, State, or 
local prosecutors, and Federal national security, intelligence, 
or counterterrorism officials; or (C) the publication of annual 
statistical reports on products regulated by the Bureau of 
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, including total 
production, importation, and exportation by each licensed 
importer (as so defined) and licensed manufacturer (as so 
defined), or statistical aggregate data regarding firearms 
traffickers and trafficking channels, or firearms misuse, 
felons, and trafficking investigations: Provided further, That 
no funds made available by this or any other Act shall be 
expended to promulgate or implement any rule requiring a 
physical inventory of any business licensed under section 923 
of title 18, United States Code: Provided further, That no 
funds under this Act may be used to electronically retrieve 
information gathered pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 923(g)(4) by name or 
any personal identification code: Provided further, That no 
funds authorized or made available under this or any other Act 
may be used to deny any application for a license under section 
923 of title 18, United States Code, or renewal of such a 
license due to a lack of business activity, provided that the 
applicant is otherwise eligible to receive such a license, and 
is eligible to report business income or to claim an income tax 
deduction for business expenses under the Internal Revenue Code 
of 1986.

                              CONSTRUCTION

  For necessary expenses to construct or acquire buildings and 
sites by purchase, or as otherwise authorized by law (including 
equipment for such buildings); conversion and extension of 
federally-owned buildings; and preliminary planning and design 
or projects; $23,500,000, to remain available until expended.

                         Federal Prison System


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the Federal Prison System for the 
administration, operation, and maintenance of Federal penal and 
correctional institutions, including purchase (not to exceed 
669, of which 642 are for replacement only) and hire of law 
enforcement and passenger motor vehicles, and for the provision 
of technical assistance and advice on corrections related 
issues to foreign governments, $5,050,440,000: Provided, That 
the Attorney General may transfer to the Health Resources and 
Services Administration such amounts as may be necessary for 
direct expenditures by that Administration for medical relief 
for inmates of Federal penal and correctional institutions: 
Provided further, That the Director of the Federal Prison 
System, where necessary, may enter into contracts with a fiscal 
agent or fiscal intermediary claims processor to determine the 
amounts payable to persons who, on behalf of the Federal Prison 
System, furnish health services to individuals committed to the 
custody of the Federal Prison System: Provided further, That 
not to exceed $6,000 shall be available for official reception 
and representation expenses: Provided further, That not to 
exceed $50,000,000 shall remain available for necessary 
operations until September 30, 2009: Provided further, That, of 
the amounts provided for contract confinement, not to exceed 
$20,000,000 shall remain available until expended to make 
payments in advance for grants, contracts and reimbursable 
agreements, and other expenses authorized by section 501(c) of 
the Refugee Education Assistance Act of 1980 (8 U.S.C. 1522 
note), for the care and security in the United States of Cuban 
and Haitian entrants: Provided further, That the Director of 
the Federal Prison System may accept donated property and 
services relating to the operation of the prison card program 
from a not-for-profit entity which has operated such program in 
the past notwithstanding the fact that such not-for-profit 
entity furnishes services under contracts to the Federal Prison 
System relating to the operation of pre-release services, 
halfway houses, or other custodial facilities.

                        buildings and facilities

  For planning, acquisition of sites and construction of new 
facilities; purchase and acquisition of facilities and 
remodeling, and equipping of such facilities for penal and 
correctional use, including all necessary expenses incident 
thereto, by contract or force account; and constructing, 
remodeling, and equipping necessary buildings and facilities at 
existing penal and correctional institutions, including all 
necessary expenses incident thereto, by contract or force 
account, $372,720,000, to remain available until expended, of 
which not to exceed $14,000,000 shall be available to construct 
areas for inmate work programs: Provided, That labor of United 
States prisoners may be used for work performed under this 
appropriation.

                federal prison industries, incorporated

  The Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated, is hereby 
authorized to make such expenditures, within the limits of 
funds and borrowing authority available, and in accord with the 
law, and to make such contracts and commitments, without regard 
to fiscal year limitations as provided by section 9104 of title 
31, United States Code, as may be necessary in carrying out the 
program set forth in the budget for the current fiscal year for 
such corporation, including purchase (not to exceed five for 
replacement only) and hire of passenger motor vehicles.

   limitation on administrative expenses, federal prison industries, 
                              incorporated

  Not to exceed $2,328,000 of the funds of the Federal Prison 
Industries, Incorporated shall be available for its 
administrative expenses, and for services as authorized by 
section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, to be computed on 
an accrual basis to be determined in accordance with the 
corporation's current prescribed accounting system, and such 
amounts shall be exclusive of depreciation, payment of claims, 
and expenditures which such accounting system requires to be 
capitalized or charged to cost of commodities acquired or 
produced, including selling and shipping expenses, and expenses 
in connection with acquisition, construction, operation, 
maintenance, improvement, protection, or disposition of 
facilities and other property belonging to the corporation or 
in which it has an interest.

                    Office on Violence Against Women


       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS

  For grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other 
assistance for the prevention and prosecution of violence 
against women, as authorized by the Omnibus Crime Control and 
Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3711 et seq.) (``the 1968 
Act''); the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 
1994 (Public Law 103-322) (``the 1994 Act''); the Victims of 
Child Abuse Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-647) (``the 1990 
Act''); the Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to end the 
Exploitation of Children Today Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-21); 
the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 (42 
U.S.C. 5601 et seq.) (``the 1974 Act''); the Victims of 
Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (Public Law 
106-386) (``the 2000 Act''); and the Violence Against Women and 
Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public Law 
109-162) (``the 2005 Act''); $400,000,000, including amounts 
for administrative costs, to remain available until expended: 
Provided, That except as otherwise provided by law, not to 
exceed 3 percent of funds made available under this heading may 
be used for expenses related to evaluation, training, and 
technical assistance: Provided further, That of the amount 
provided--
          (1) $13,160,000 for the court-appointed special 
        advocate program, as authorized by section 217 of the 
        1990 Act;
          (2) $2,350,000 for child abuse training programs for 
        judicial personnel and practitioners, as authorized by 
        section 222 of the 1990 Act;
          (3) $183,800,000 for grants to combat violence 
        against women, as authorized by part T of the 1968 Act, 
        of which--
                  (A) $17,390,000 shall be for transitional 
                housing assistance grants for victims of 
                domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault 
                as authorized by section 40299 of the 1994 Act; 
                and
                  (B) $1,880,000 shall be for the National 
                Institute of Justice for research and 
                evaluation of violence against women and 
                related issues addressed by grant programs of 
                the Office on Violence Against Women;
          (4) $59,220,000 for grants to encourage arrest 
        policies as authorized by part U of the 1968 Act;
          (5) $9,400,000 for sexual assault victims assistance, 
        as authorized by section 202 of the 2005 Act;
          (6) $40,420,000 for rural domestic violence and child 
        abuse enforcement assistance grants, as authorized by 
        section 40295 of the 1994 Act;
          (7) $3,290,000 for training programs as authorized by 
        section 40152 of the 1994 Act, and for related local 
        demonstration projects;
          (8) $2,820,000 for grants to improve the stalking and 
        domestic violence databases, as authorized by section 
        40602 of the 1994 Act;
          (9) $9,400,000 for grants to reduce violent crimes 
        against women on campus, as authorized by section 304 
        of the 2005 Act;
          (10) $36,660,000 for legal assistance for victims, as 
        authorized by section 1201 of the 2000 Act;
          (11) $4,230,000 for enhancing protection for older 
        and disabled women from domestic violence and sexual 
        assault, as authorized by section 40802 of the 1994 
        Act;
          (12) $13,630,000 for the safe havens for children 
        program, as authorized by section 1301 of the 2000 Act;
          (13) $6,580,000 for education and training to end 
        violence against and abuse of women with disabilities, 
        as authorized by section 1402 of the 2000 Act;
          (14) $2,820,000 for an engaging men and youth in 
        prevention program, as authorized by the 2005 Act;
          (15) $940,000 for analysis and research on violence 
        against Indian women, as authorized by section 904 of 
        the 2005 Act;
          (16) $940,000 for tracking of violence against Indian 
        women, as authorized by section 905 of the 2005 Act;
          (17) $2,820,000 for services to advocate and respond 
        to youth, as authorized by section 401 of the 2005 Act;
          (18) $2,820,000 for grants to assist children and 
        youth exposed to violence, as authorized by section 303 
        of the 2005 Act;
          (19) $2,820,000 for the court training and 
        improvements program, as authorized by section 105 of 
        the 2005 Act;
          (20) $940,000 for grants for televised testimony, as 
        authorized by part N of the 1968 Act; and
          (21) $940,000 for the National Resource Center on 
        Workplace Responses to assist victims of domestic 
        violence, as authorized by section 41501 of the 1994 
        Act.

                       Office of Justice Programs


                           JUSTICE ASSISTANCE

  For grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other 
assistance authorized by title I of the Omnibus Crime Control 
and Safe Streets Act of 1968; the Missing Children's Assistance 
Act (42 U.S.C. 5771 et seq.); the Prosecutorial Remedies and 
Other Tools to end the Exploitation of Children Today Act of 
2003 (Public Law 108-21); the Justice for All Act of 2004 
(Public Law 108-405); the Violence Against Women and Department 
of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-162); 
the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (Public Law 98-473); the Adam 
Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-
248); subtitle D of title II of the Homeland Security Act of 
2002 (Public Law 107-296), which may include research and 
development; and other programs (including Statewide Automated 
Victims Notification Program); including salaries and expenses 
in connection therewith, $196,184,000, to remain available 
until expended: Provided, That grants under subparagraphs 
(1)(A) and (B) of Public Law 98-473 are issued pursuant to 
rules or guidelines that generally establish a publicly-
announced, competitive process: Provided further, That not to 
exceed $127,915,000 shall be expended in total for Office of 
Justice Programs management and administration.

               STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE

  For grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other 
assistance authorized by the Violent Crime Control and Law 
Enforcement Act of 1994 (Public Law 103-322) (``the 1994 
Act''); the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 
(``the 1968 Act''); the Justice for All Act of 2004 (Public Law 
108-405); the Victims of Child Abuse Act of 1990 (Public Law 
101-647) (``the 1990 Act''); the Trafficking Victims Protection 
Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-164); the Violence 
Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 
2005 (Public Law 109-162); the Adam Walsh Child Protection and 
Safety Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-248); and the Victims of 
Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (Public Law 
106-386); and other programs; $908,136,000 (including amounts 
for administrative costs, which shall be transferred to and 
merged with the ``Justice Assistance'' account), to remain 
available until expended as follows:
          (1) $170,433,000 for the Edward Byrne Memorial 
        Justice Assistance Grant program as authorized by 
        subpart 1 of part E of title I of the 1968 Act, (except 
        that section 1001(c), and the special rules for Puerto 
        Rico under section 505(g), of the 1968 Act, shall not 
        apply for purposes of this Act), of which $2,000,000 is 
        for use by the National Institute of Justice in 
        assisting units of local government to identify, 
        select, develop, modernize, and purchase new 
        technologies for use by law enforcement and $2,000,000 
        is for a program to improve State and local law 
        enforcement intelligence capabilities including 
        antiterrorism training and training to ensure that 
        constitutional rights, civil liberties, civil rights, 
        and privacy interests are protected throughout the 
        intelligence process;
          (2) $410,000,000 for the State Criminal Alien 
        Assistance Program, as authorized by section 241(i)(5) 
        of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 
        1231(i)(5));
          (3) $30,080,000 for the Southwest Border Prosecutor 
        Initiative to reimburse State, county, parish, tribal, 
        or municipal governments for costs associated with the 
        prosecution of criminal cases declined by local offices 
        of the United States Attorneys;
          (4) $2,820,000 for the Northern Border Prosecutor 
        Initiative to reimburse State, county, parish, tribal, 
        or municipal governments for costs associated with the 
        prosecution of criminal cases declined by local offices 
        of the United States Attorneys;
          (5) $187,513,000 for discretionary grants to improve 
        the functioning of the criminal justice system and to 
        assist victims of crime (other than compensation);
          (6) $16,000,000 for competitive grants to improve the 
        functioning of the criminal justice system and to 
        assist victims of crime (other than compensation);
          (7) $940,000 for the Missing Alzheimer's Disease 
        Patient Alert Program, as authorized by section 
        240001(c) of the 1994 Act;
          (8) $9,400,000 for victim services programs for 
        victims of trafficking, as authorized by section 
        107(b)(2) of Public Law 106-386 and for programs 
        authorized under Public Law 109-164;
          (9) $15,200,000 for Drug Courts, as authorized by 
        section 1001(25)(A) of title I of the 1968 Act;
          (10) $7,050,000 for a prescription drug monitoring 
        program;
          (11) $17,860,000 for prison rape prevention and 
        prosecution and other programs, as authorized by the 
        Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-79) 
        including statistics, data, and research, of which 
        $1,692,000 shall be transferred to the National Prison 
        Rape Elimination Commission for authorized activities;
          (12) $9,400,000 for grants for Residential Substance 
        Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners, as authorized by 
        part S of the 1968 Act;
          (13) $22,440,000 for assistance to Indian tribes, of 
        which--
                  (A) $8,630,000 shall be available for grants 
                under section 20109 of subtitle A of title II 
                of the 1994 Act;
                  (B) $8,630,000 shall be available for the 
                Tribal Courts Initiative; and
                  (C) $5,180,000 shall be available for tribal 
                alcohol and substance abuse reduction 
                assistance grants;
          (14) $2,500,000 for the Capital Litigation 
        Improvement Grant Program as authorized by section 426 
        of Public Law 108-405; and
          (15) $6,500,000 for mental health courts and adult 
        and juvenile collaboration program grants, as 
        authorized by parts V and HH of title I of the 1968 
        Act:
Provided, That, if a unit of local government uses any of the 
funds made available under this heading to increase the number 
of law enforcement officers, the unit of local government will 
achieve a net gain in the number of law enforcement officers 
who perform nonadministrative public safety service.
  For an additional amount for ``State and Local Law 
Enforcement Assistance'', $100,000,000 for security and related 
costs, including overtime, associated with the two principal 
2008 Presidential Candidate Nominating Conventions, to be 
divided equally between the conventions: Provided, That the 
amount provided by this paragraph is designated as described in 
section 5 (in the matter preceding division A of this 
consolidated Act).

                       weed and seed program fund

  For necessary expenses, including salaries and related 
expenses of the Office of Weed and Seed Strategies, to 
implement ``Weed and Seed'' program activities, $32,100,000, to 
remain available until expended, as authorized by section 103 
of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968.

                  COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES

  For activities authorized by the Violent Crime Control and 
Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Public Law 103-322); the Omnibus 
Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (``the 1968 Act''); 
the Violence Against Women and Department of Justice 
Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-162); subtitle D of 
title II of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-
296), which may include research and development; and the USA 
PATRIOT Improvement and Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public Law 
109-177) (including administrative costs), $587,233,000, to 
remain available until expended: Provided, That of the funds 
under this heading, not to exceed $2,575,000 shall be available 
for the Office of Justice Programs for reimbursable services 
associated with programs administered by the Community Oriented 
Policing Services Office: Provided further, That any balances 
made available through prior year deobligations shall only be 
available in accordance with section 505 of this Act. Of the 
amount provided (which shall be by transfer, for programs 
administered by the Office of Justice Programs)--
          (1) $25,850,000 is for the matching grant program for 
        armor vests for law enforcement officers, as authorized 
        by section 2501 of the 1968 Act: Provided, That 
        $1,880,000 is transferred directly to the National 
        Institute of Standards and Technology's Office of Law 
        Enforcement Standards from the Community Oriented 
        Policing Services Office for research, testing, and 
        evaluation programs;
          (2) $61,187,000 is for grants to entities described 
        in section 1701 of the 1968 Act, to address public 
        safety and methamphetamine manufacturing, sale, and use 
        in hot spots as authorized by section 754 of Public Law 
        109-177 and for other anti-methaphetamine-related 
        activities;
          (3) $205,366,000 is for a law enforcement 
        technologies and interoperable communications program, 
        and related law enforcement and public safety 
        equipment;
          (4) $11,750,000 is for an offender re-entry program;
          (5) $9,400,000 is for grants to upgrade criminal 
        records, as authorized under the Crime Identification 
        Technology Act of 1998 (42 U.S.C. 14601);
          (6) $152,272,000 is for DNA related and forensic 
        programs and activities as follows:
                  (A) $147,391,000 for a DNA analysis and 
                capacity enhancement program including the 
                purposes of section 2 of the DNA Analysis 
                Backlog Elimination Act of 2000, as amended by 
                the Debbie Smith Act of 2004, and further 
                amended by Public Law 109-162;
                  (B) $4,881,000 for the purposes described in 
                the Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA 
                Testing Program (Public Law 108-405, section 
                412): Provided, That unobligated funds 
                appropriated in fiscal years 2006 and 2007 for 
                grants as authorized under sections 412 and 413 
                of the foregoing public law are hereby made 
                available, instead, for the purposes here 
                specified;
          (7) $15,040,000 is for improving tribal law 
        enforcement, including equipment and training;
          (8) $20,000,000 is for programs to reduce gun crime 
        and gang violence;
          (9) $3,760,000 is for training and technical 
        assistance;
          (10) $18,800,000 is for Paul Coverdell Forensic 
        Sciences Improvement Grants under part BB of title I of 
        the 1968 Act;
          (11) not to exceed $28,200,000 is for program 
        management and administration;
          (12) $20,000,000 is for grants under section 1701 of 
        title I of the 1968 Act (42 U.S.C. 3796dd) for the 
        hiring and rehiring of additional career law 
        enforcement officers under part Q of such title 
        notwithstanding subsection (i) of such section; and
          (13) $15,608,000 is for a national grant program the 
        purpose of which is to assist State and local law 
        enforcement to locate, arrest and prosecute child 
        sexual predators and exploiters, and to enforce State 
        offender registration laws described in section 1701(b) 
        of the 1968 Act, of which:
                  (A) $4,162,000 is for sex offender management 
                assistance as authorized by the Adam Walsh 
                Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (Public 
                Law 109-162), and the Violent Crime Control Act 
                of 1994 (Public Law 103-322); and
                  (B) $850,000 is for the National Sex Offender 
                Public Registry.

                       JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS

  For grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other 
assistance authorized by the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency 
Prevention Act of 1974 (``the 1974 Act''), the Omnibus Crime 
Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (``the 1968 Act''), the 
Violence Against Women and Department of Justice 
Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-162), and other 
juvenile justice programs, including salaries and expenses in 
connection therewith to be transferred to and merged with the 
appropriations for Justice Assistance, $383,513,000, to remain 
available until expended as follows:
          (1) $658,000 for concentration of Federal efforts, as 
        authorized by section 204 of the 1974 Act;
          (2) $74,260,000 for programs authorized by section 
        221 of the 1974 Act, and for training and technical 
        assistance to assist small, non-profit organizations 
        with the Federal grants process;
          (3) $93,835,000 for grants and projects, as 
        authorized by sections 261 and 262 of the 1974 Act;
          (4) $70,000,000 for youth mentoring grants;
          (5) $61,100,000 for delinquency prevention, as 
        authorized by section 505 of the 1974 Act, of which, 
        pursuant to sections 261 and 262 thereof--
                  (A) $14,100,000 shall be for the Tribal Youth 
                Program;
                  (B) $18,800,000 shall be for a gang 
                resistance education and training program; and
                  (C) $25,000,000 shall be for grants of 
                $360,000 to each State and $4,840,000 shall be 
                available for discretionary grants, for 
                programs and activities to enforce State laws 
                prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages to 
                minors or the purchase or consumption of 
                alcoholic beverages by minors, for prevention 
                and reduction of consumption of alcoholic 
                beverages by minors, and for technical 
                assistance and training;
          (6) $15,040,000 for expenses authorized by part AA of 
        the 1968 Act (Secure Our Schools);
          (7) $16,920,000 for programs authorized by the 
        Victims of Child Abuse Act of 1990; and
          (8) $51,700,000 for the Juvenile Accountability Block 
        Grants program as authorized by part R of the 1968 Act 
        and Guam shall be considered a State:
Provided, That not more than 10 percent of each amount may be 
used for research, evaluation, and statistics activities 
designed to benefit the programs or activities authorized: 
Provided further, That not more than 2 percent of each amount 
may be used for training and technical assistance: Provided 
further, That the previous two provisos shall not apply to 
grants and projects authorized by sections 261 and 262 of the 
1974 Act.

                    PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS BENEFITS

  For payments and expenses authorized by part L of title I of 
the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 
U.S.C. 3796), such sums as are necessary, as authorized by 
section 6093 of Public Law 100-690 (102 Stat. 4339-4340) 
(including amounts for administrative costs, which amounts 
shall be paid to the ``Justice Assistance'' account), to remain 
available until expended; and $4,854,000 for payments 
authorized by section 1201(b) of such Act; and $3,980,000 for 
educational assistance, as authorized by section 1212 of such 
Act: Provided, That, hereafter, funds available to conduct 
appeals under section 1205(c) of the 1968 Act, which includes 
all claims processing, shall be available also for the same 
under subpart 2 of such part L and under any statute 
authorizing payment of benefits described under subpart 1 
thereof, and for appeals from final decisions of the Bureau 
(under such part or any such statute) to the Court of Appeals 
for the Federal Circuit, which shall have exclusive 
jurisdiction thereof (including those, and any related matters, 
pending), and for expenses of representation of hearing 
examiners (who shall be presumed irrebuttably to enjoy quasi-
judicial immunity in the discharge of their duties under such 
part or any such statute) in connection with litigation against 
them arising from such discharge.

               General Provisions--Department of Justice

  Sec. 201. In addition to amounts otherwise made available in 
this title for official reception and representation expenses, 
a total of not to exceed $50,000 from funds appropriated to the 
Department of Justice in this title shall be available to the 
Attorney General for official reception and representation 
expenses.
  Sec. 202. None of the funds appropriated by this title shall 
be available to pay for an abortion, except where the life of 
the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to 
term, or in the case of rape: Provided, That should this 
prohibition be declared unconstitutional by a court of 
competent jurisdiction, this section shall be null and void.
  Sec. 203. None of the funds appropriated under this title 
shall be used to require any person to perform, or facilitate 
in any way the performance of, any abortion.
  Sec. 204. Nothing in the preceding section shall remove the 
obligation of the Director of the Bureau of Prisons to provide 
escort services necessary for a female inmate to receive such 
service outside the Federal facility: Provided, That nothing in 
this section in any way diminishes the effect of section 203 
intended to address the philosophical beliefs of individual 
employees of the Bureau of Prisons.
  Sec. 205. Not to exceed 5 percent of any appropriation made 
available for the current fiscal year for the Department of 
Justice in this Act may be transferred between such 
appropriations, but no such appropriation, except as otherwise 
specifically provided, shall be increased by more than 10 
percent by any such transfers: Provided, That any transfer 
pursuant to this section shall be treated as a reprogramming of 
funds under section 505 of this Act and shall not be available 
for obligation except in compliance with the procedures set 
forth in that section: Provided further, That none of the funds 
appropriated to ``Buildings and Facilities, Federal Prison 
System'' in this or any other Act may be transferred to 
``Salaries and Expenses, Federal Prison System'', or any other 
Department of Justice account, unless the President certifies 
that such a transfer is necessary to the national security 
interests of the United States, and such authority shall not be 
delegated, and shall be subject to section 505 of this Act.
  Sec. 206. The Attorney General is authorized to extend 
through September 30, 2009, the Personnel Management 
Demonstration Project transferred to the Attorney General 
pursuant to section 1115 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, 
Public Law 107-296 (6 U.S.C. 533) without limitation on the 
number of employees or the positions covered.
  Sec. 207. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, Public 
Law 102-395 section 102(b) shall extend to the Bureau of 
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in the conduct of 
undercover investigative operations and shall apply without 
fiscal year limitation with respect to any undercover 
investigative operation initiated by the Bureau of Alcohol, 
Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that is necessary for the 
detection and prosecution of crimes against the United States.
  Sec. 208. None of the funds made available to the Department 
of Justice in this Act may be used for the purpose of 
transporting an individual who is a prisoner pursuant to 
conviction for crime under State or Federal law and is 
classified as a maximum or high security prisoner, other than 
to a prison or other facility certified by the Federal Bureau 
of Prisons as appropriately secure for housing such a prisoner.
  Sec. 209. (a) None of the funds appropriated by this Act may 
be used by Federal prisons to purchase cable television 
services, to rent or purchase videocassettes, videocassette 
recorders, or other audiovisual or electronic equipment used 
primarily for recreational purposes.
  (b) The preceding sentence does not preclude the renting, 
maintenance, or purchase of audiovisual or electronic equipment 
for inmate training, religious, or educational programs.
  Sec. 210. None of the funds made available under this title 
shall be obligated or expended for Sentinel, or for any other 
major new or enhanced information technology program having 
total estimated development costs in excess of $100,000,000, 
unless the Deputy Attorney General and the investment review 
board certify to the Committees on Appropriations that the 
information technology program has appropriate program 
management and contractor oversight mechanisms in place, and 
that the program is compatible with the enterprise architecture 
of the Department of Justice.
  Sec. 211. Any deviation from the amounts designated for 
specific activities in this Act and accompanying report, or any 
use of deobligated balances of funds provided under this title 
in previous years, shall be subject to the procedures set forth 
in section 505 of this Act.
  Sec. 212. (a) Section 589a of title 28, United States Code, 
is amended in subsection (b) by--
          (1) striking ``and'' in paragraph (8);
          (2) striking the period in paragraph (9) and 
        inserting ``; and''; and
          (3) adding the following new paragraph:
          ``(10) fines imposed under section 110(l) of title 
        11, United States Code.''.
  (b) Section 110(l)(4)(A) of title 11, United States Code, is 
amended to read as follows:
  ``(A) Fines imposed under this subsection in judicial 
districts served by United States trustees shall be paid to the 
United States trustees, who shall deposit an amount equal to 
such fines in the United States Trustee Fund.''.
  Sec. 213. (a) Section 1930(a) of title 28, United States 
Code, is amended in paragraph (6) by striking everything after 
``whichever occurs first.'' and inserting in lieu thereof: 
``The fee shall be $325 for each quarter in which disbursements 
total less than $15,000; $650 for each quarter in which 
disbursements total $15,000 or more but less than $75,000; $975 
for each quarter in which disbursements total $75,000 or more 
but less than $150,000; $1,625 for each quarter in which 
disbursements total $150,000 or more but less than $225,000; 
$1,950 for each quarter in which disbursements total $225,000 
or more but less than $300,000; $4,875 for each quarter in 
which disbursements total $300,000 or more but less than 
$1,000,000; $6,500 for each quarter in which disbursements 
total $1,000,000 or more but less than $2,000,000; $9,750 for 
each quarter in which disbursements total $2,000,000 or more 
but less than $3,000,000; $10,400 for each quarter in which 
disbursements total $3,000,000 or more but less than 
$5,000,000; $13,000 for each quarter in which disbursements 
total $5,000,000 or more but less than $15,000,000; $20,000 for 
each quarter in which disbursements total $15,000,000 or more 
but less than $30,000,000; $30,000 for each quarter in which 
disbursements total more than $30,000,000. The fee shall be 
payable on the last day of the calendar month following the 
calendar quarter for which the fee is owed.''.
  (b) This section and the amendment made by this section shall 
take effect January 1, 2008, or the date of the enactment of 
this Act, whichever is later.
  Sec. 214. None of the funds appropriated by this Act may be 
used to plan for, begin, continue, finish, process, or approve 
a public-private competition under the Office of Management and 
Budget Circular A-76 or any successor administrative 
regulation, directive, or policy for work performed by 
employees of the Bureau of Prisons or of Federal Prison 
Industries, Incorporated.
  Sec. 215. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no 
funds shall be available for the salary, benefits, or expenses 
of any United States Attorney assigned dual or additional 
responsibilities by the Attorney General or his designee that 
exempt that United States Attorney from the residency 
requirements of 28 U.S.C. 545.
  Sec. 216. Of the funds appropriated in this Act for the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation's Sentinel program, $25,000,000 
shall not be available for obligation until 60 days after the 
Committees on Appropriations receive from the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation a report on the results of a completed integrated 
baseline review for that program: Provided, That the report 
shall be submitted simultaneously to the Government 
Accountability Office: Provided further, That the Government 
Accountability Office shall review the Bureau's performance 
measurement baseline for the Sentinel program and shall submit 
its findings to the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate 
and House of Representatives within 60 days of its receipt of 
the report.
  Sec. 217. None of the funds appropriated in this or any other 
Act shall be obligated for the initiation of a future phase of 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Sentinel program until 
the Attorney General certifies to the Committees on 
Appropriations that existing phases currently under contract 
for development or fielding have completed a majority of the 
work for that phase under the performance measurement baseline 
validated by the integrated baseline review referred to in 
section 216 of this Act: Provided, That this restriction does 
not apply to planning and design activities for future phases: 
Provided further, That the Bureau will notify the Committees on 
Appropriations of any significant changes to the baseline.
  Sec. 218. (a) The Attorney General shall submit quarterly 
reports to the Inspector General of the Department of Justice 
regarding the costs and contracting procedures relating to each 
conference held by the Department of Justice during fiscal year 
2008 for which the cost to the Government was more than 
$20,000.
  (b) Each report submitted under subsection (a) shall include, 
for each conference described in that subsection held during 
the applicable quarter--
          (1) a description of the subject of and number of 
        participants attending that conference;
          (2) a detailed statement of the costs to the 
        Government relating to that conference, including--
                  (A) the cost of any food or beverages;
                  (B) the cost of any audio-visual services; 
                and
                  (C) a discussion of the methodology used to 
                determine which costs relate to that 
                conference; and
          (3) a description of the contracting procedures 
        relating to that conference, including--
                  (A) whether contracts were awarded on a 
                competitive basis for that conference; and
                  (B) a discussion of any cost comparison 
                conducted by the Department of Justice in 
                evaluating potential contractors for that 
                conference.
  Sec. 219. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a 
public or private institution of higher education may offer or 
provide an officer or employee of any branch of the United 
States Government or of the District of Columbia, who is a 
current or former student of such institution, financial 
assistance for the purpose of repaying a student loan or 
forbearance of student loan repayment, and an officer or 
employee of any branch of the United States Government or of 
the District of Columbia may seek or receive such assistance or 
forbearance.
  Sec. 220. (a) Section 2996(a) of the Omnibus Crime Control 
and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3797cc(a)) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (1)--
                  (A) in the matter preceding subparagraph (A), 
                by inserting ``, territories, and Indian tribes 
                (as defined in section 2704)'' after ``to 
                assist States''; and
                  (B) in subparagraph (B), by striking ``and 
                local'' and inserting ``, territorial, Tribal, 
                and local'';
          (2) in paragraph (2), by inserting ``, territories, 
        and Indian tribes'' after ``make grants to States''; 
        and
          (3) in paragraph (3)(C), by inserting ``, Tribal,'' 
        after ``support State''.
  (b) Section 755(a) of the USA PATRIOT Improvement and 
Reauthorization Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 3797cc-2(a)) is amended 
by inserting ``, territories, and Indian tribes (as defined in 
section 2704 of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act 
of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3797d))'' after ``make grants to States''.
  (c) Section 756 of the USA PATRIOT Improvement and 
Reauthorization Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 3797cc-3) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)(2), by inserting ``, 
        territorial, or Tribal'' after ``State'';
          (2) in subsection (b)--
                  (A) in paragraph (1)--
                          (i) by inserting ``, territorial, or 
                        Tribal'' after ``State''; and
                          (ii) by striking ``and/or'' and 
                        inserting ``or'';
                  (B) in paragraph (2)--
                          (i) by inserting ``, territory, 
                        Indian tribe,'' after ``agency of the 
                        State''; and
                          (ii) by inserting ``, territory, 
                        Indian tribe,'' after ``criminal laws 
                        of that State''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
                  ``(C) Indian tribe.--The term `Indian tribe' 
                has the meaning given the term in section 2704 
                of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets 
                Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3797d).''; and
          (3) in subsection (c)--
                  (A) in paragraph (3), by striking ``Indian 
                Tribes'' and inserting ``Indian tribes''; and
                  (B) in paragraph (4)--
                          (i) in the matter preceding 
                        subparagraph (A)--
                                  (I) by striking ``State's''; 
                                and
                                  (II) by striking ``and/or'' 
                                and inserting ``or'';
                          (ii) in subparagraph (A), by striking 
                        ``State'';
                          (iii) in subparagraph (C), by 
                        inserting ``, Indian tribes,'' after 
                        ``involved counties''; and
                          (iv) in subparagraph (D), by 
                        inserting ``, Tribal'' after ``Federal, 
                        State''.
  This title may be cited as the ``Department of Justice 
Appropriations Act, 2008''.

                               TITLE III


                                SCIENCE


                Office of Science and Technology Policy

  For necessary expenses of the Office of Science and 
Technology Policy, in carrying out the purposes of the National 
Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act 
of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6601-6671), hire of passenger motor 
vehicles, and services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, not to 
exceed $2,500 for official reception and representation 
expenses, and rental of conference rooms in the District of 
Columbia, $5,184,000.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration


                  science, aeronautics and exploration

  For necessary expenses in the conduct and support of science, 
aeronautics and exploration research and development 
activities, including research, development, operations, 
support and services; maintenance; construction of facilities 
including repair, rehabilitation, revitalization and 
modification of facilities, construction of new facilities and 
additions to existing facilities, facility planning and design, 
and restoration, and acquisition or condemnation of real 
property, as authorized by law; environmental compliance and 
restoration; space flight, spacecraft control and 
communications activities including operations, production, and 
services; program management; personnel and related costs, 
including uniforms or allowances therefor, as authorized by 5 
U.S.C. 5901-5902; travel expenses; purchase and hire of 
passenger motor vehicles; not to exceed $35,000 for official 
reception and representation expenses; and purchase, lease, 
charter, maintenance and operation of mission and 
administrative aircraft, $10,543,100,000, to remain available 
until September 30, 2009: Provided, That, of the amounts 
provided under this heading, $5,577,310,000 shall be for 
science, $625,280,000 shall be for aeronautics research, 
$3,842,010,000 shall be for exploration systems, and 
$556,400,000 shall be for cross-agency support programs: 
Provided further, That the amounts in the previous proviso 
shall be reduced by $57,900,000 in corporate and general 
administrative expenses and the reduction shall be applied 
proportionally to each amount therein: Provided further, That 
none of the funds under this heading shall be used for any 
research, development, or demonstration activities related 
exclusively to the human exploration of Mars.

                        exploration capabilities

  For necessary expenses in the conduct and support of 
exploration capabilities research and development activities, 
including research, development, operations, support and 
services; space flight, spacecraft control and communications 
activities including operations, production, and services; 
maintenance; construction of facilities including repair, 
rehabilitation, revitalization and modification of facilities, 
construction of new facilities and additions to existing 
facilities, facility planning and design, and restoration, and 
acquisition or condemnation of real property, as authorized by 
law; environmental compliance and restoration; program 
management; personnel and related costs, including uniforms or 
allowances therefor, as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5901-5902; 
travel expenses; purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles; 
not to exceed $35,000 for official reception and representation 
expenses; and purchase, lease, charter, maintenance and 
operation of mission and administrative aircraft, 
$6,733,700,000, to remain available until September 30, 2009: 
Provided, That of the amounts provided under this heading, 
$4,000,000,000 shall be for Space Shuttle operations, 
production, research, development, and support and 
$2,220,000,000 shall be for International Space Station 
operations, production, research, development, and support: 
Provided further, That amounts funded under this heading shall 
be reduced by $32,000,000 in corporate and general 
administrative expenses and the reduction shall be applied 
proportionally to each amount therein.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

  For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector General in 
carrying out the Inspector General Act of 1978, $32,600,000, to 
remain available until September 30, 2009.

                       ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

  Notwithstanding the limitation on the duration of 
availability of funds appropriated for ``Science, Aeronautics 
and Exploration'' or ``Exploration Capabilities'' under this 
title, when any activity has been initiated by the incurrence 
of obligations for construction of facilities or environmental 
compliance and restoration activities as authorized by law, 
such amount available for such activity shall remain available 
until expended. This provision does not apply to the amounts 
appropriated for institutional minor revitalization and minor 
construction of facilities, and institutional facility planning 
and design.
  Notwithstanding the limitation on the availability of funds 
appropriated for ``Science, Aeronautics and Exploration'' or 
``Exploration Capabilities'' by this appropriations Act, the 
amounts appropriated for construction of facilities shall 
remain available until September 30, 2010.
  Funds for announced prizes otherwise authorized shall remain 
available, without fiscal year limitation, until the prize is 
claimed or the offer is withdrawn. Funding shall not be made 
available for Centennial Challenges unless authorized.
  Not to exceed 5 percent of any appropriation made available 
for the current fiscal year for the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration in this Act may be transferred between 
such appropriations, but no such appropriation, except as 
otherwise specifically provided, shall be increased by more 
than 10 percent by any such transfers. Any transfer pursuant to 
this provision shall be treated as a reprogramming of funds 
under section 505 of this Act and shall not be available for 
obligation except in compliance with the procedures set forth 
in that section.
  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no funds shall be 
used to implement any Reduction in Force or other involuntary 
separations (except for cause) by the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration prior to September 30, 2008.
  The Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration shall prepare a strategy for minimizing job 
losses when the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 
transitions from the Space Shuttle to a successor human-rated 
space transport vehicle. This strategy shall include: (1) 
specific initiatives that the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration has undertaken, or plans to undertake, to 
maximize the utilization of existing civil service and 
contractor workforces at each of the affected Centers; (2) 
efforts to equitably distribute tasks and workload between the 
Centers to mitigate the brunt of job losses being borne by only 
certain Centers; (3) new workload, tasks, initiatives, and 
missions being secured for the affected Centers; and (4) 
overall projections of future civil service and contractor 
workforce levels at the affected Centers. The Administrator 
shall transmit this strategy to Congress not later than 90 days 
after the date of enactment of this Act. The Administrator 
shall update and transmit to Congress this strategy not less 
than every six months thereafter until the successor human-
rated space transport vehicle is fully operational.
  For fiscal year 2009 and hereafter, the National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration shall provide, at a minimum, the 
following information in its annual budget justification:
          (1) The actual, current, proposed funding level, and 
        estimated budgets for the next five fiscal years by 
        directorate, theme, program, project and activity 
        within each appropriations account.
          (2) The proposed programmatic and non-programmatic 
        construction of facilities.
          (3) The budget for headquarters including--
                  (A) the budget by office, and any division 
                thereof, for the actual, current, proposed 
                funding level, and estimated budgets for the 
                next five fiscal years;
                  (B) the travel budget for each office, and 
                any division thereof, for the actual, current, 
                and proposed funding level; and
                  (C) the civil service full time equivalent 
                assignments per headquarters office, and any 
                division thereof, including the number of 
                Senior Executive Service, noncareer, detailee, 
                and contract personnel per office.
          (4) Within 14 days of the submission of the budget to 
        the Congress an accompanying volume shall be provided 
        to the Committees on Appropriations containing the 
        following information for each center, facility managed 
        by any center, and federally funded research and 
        development center operated on behalf of the National 
        Aeronautics and Space Administration:
                  (A) The actual, current, proposed funding 
                level, and estimated budgets for the next five 
                fiscal years by directorate, theme, program, 
                project, and activity.
                  (B) The proposed programmatic and non-
                programmatic construction of facilities.
                  (C) The number of civil service full time 
                equivalent positions per center for each 
                identified fiscal year.
                  (D) The number of civil service full time 
                equivalent positions considered to be uncovered 
                capacity at each location for each identified 
                fiscal year.
          (5) The proposed budget as designated by object class 
        for each directorate, theme, and program.
          (6) Sufficient narrative shall be provided to explain 
        the request for each program, project, and activity, 
        and an explanation for any deviation to previously 
        adopted baselines for all justification materials 
        provided to the Committees.
  The Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration shall submit quarterly reports to the Inspector 
General of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 
regarding the costs and contracting procedures relating to each 
conference or meeting, held by the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration during fiscal year 2008 for which the cost 
to the Government was more than $20,000.
  Each report submitted shall include, for each conference 
described in that subsection held during the applicable 
quarter--
          (1) a description of the number of and purpose of 
        participants attending that conference or meeting;
          (2) a detailed statement of the costs to the 
        Government relating to that conference or meeting, 
        including--
                  (A) the cost of any food or beverages;
                  (B) the cost of any audio-visual services;
                  (C) the cost of all related travel; and
                  (D) a discussion of the methodology used to 
                determine which costs relate to that conference 
                or meeting; and
          (3) a description of the contracting procedures 
        relating to that conference or meeting, including--
                  (A) whether contracts were awarded on a 
                competitive basis; and
                  (B) a discussion of any cost comparison 
                conducted by the National Aeronautics and Space 
                Administration in evaluating potential 
                contractors for any conference or meeting.
  The Administrator of NASA shall, not later than September 30, 
2008, submit to the appropriate committees of Congress a report 
on each conference for which the agency paid travel expenses 
during fiscal year 2008 that includes--
          (1) the itemized expenses paid by the agency, 
        including travel expenses and any agency expenditure to 
        otherwise support the conference;
          (2) the primary sponsor of the conference;
          (3) the location of the conference;
          (4) in the case of a conference for which the agency 
        was the primary sponsor, a statement that--
                  (A) justifies the location selected;
                  (B) demonstrates the cost efficiency of the 
                location;
                  (C) the date of the conference;
                  (D) a brief explanation how the conference 
                advanced the mission of the agency; and
                  (E) the total number of individuals who 
                travel or attendance at the conference was paid 
                for in part or full by the agency.
  In this provision, the term conference means a meeting that--
          (1) is held for consultation, education, awareness, 
        or discussion;
          (2) includes participants who are not all employees 
        of the same agency;
          (3) is not held entirely at an agency facility;
          (4) involves costs associated with travel and lodging 
        for some participants; and
          (5) is sponsored by 1 or more agencies, 1 or more 
        organizations that are not agencies, or a combination 
        of such agencies or organizations.

                      National Science Foundation


                    research and related activities

  For necessary expenses in carrying out the National Science 
Foundation Act of 1950, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1861-1875), and 
the Act to establish a National Medal of Science (42 U.S.C. 
1880-1881); services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; 
maintenance and operation of aircraft and purchase of flight 
services for research support; acquisition of aircraft; and 
authorized travel; $4,821,474,000, to remain available until 
September 30, 2009, of which not to exceed $510,000,000 shall 
remain available until expended for polar research and 
operations support, and for reimbursement to other Federal 
agencies for operational and science support and logistical and 
other related activities for the United States Antarctic 
program: Provided, That from funds specified in the fiscal year 
2008 budget request for icebreaking services, up to $57,000,000 
shall be available for the procurement of polar icebreaking 
services: Provided further, That the National Science 
Foundation shall only reimburse the Coast Guard for such sums 
as are agreed to according to the existing memorandum of 
agreement: Provided further, That $2,240,000 shall be 
transferred to the ``Office of Science and Technology Policy'' 
for costs associated with the Science and Technology Policy 
Institute/RaDiUS: Provided further, That receipts for 
scientific support services and materials furnished by the 
National Research Centers and other National Science Foundation 
supported research facilities may be credited to this 
appropriation.

          major research equipment and facilities construction

  For necessary expenses for the acquisition, construction, 
commissioning, and upgrading of major research equipment, 
facilities, and other such capital assets pursuant to the 
National Science Foundation Act of 1950, as amended (42 U.S.C. 
1861-1875), including authorized travel, $220,740,000, to 
remain available until expended.

                     education and human resources

  For necessary expenses in carrying out science and 
engineering education and human resources programs and 
activities pursuant to the National Science Foundation Act of 
1950, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1861-1875), including services as 
authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, authorized travel, and rental of 
conference rooms in the District of Columbia, $725,600,000, to 
remain available until September 30, 2009.

                 AGENCY OPERATIONS AND AWARD MANAGEMENT

  For agency operations and award management necessary in 
carrying out the National Science Foundation Act of 1950, as 
amended (42 U.S.C. 1861-1875); services authorized by 5 U.S.C. 
3109; hire of passenger motor vehicles; not to exceed $9,000 
for official reception and representation expenses; uniforms or 
allowances therefor, as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5901-5902; 
rental of conference rooms in the District of Columbia; and 
reimbursement of the General Services Administration for 
security guard services; $281,790,000: Provided, That contracts 
may be entered into under this heading in fiscal year 2008 for 
maintenance and operation of facilities, and for other 
services, to be provided during the next fiscal year.

                  office of the national science board

  For necessary expenses (including payment of salaries, 
authorized travel, hire of passenger motor vehicles, the rental 
of conference rooms in the District of Columbia, and the 
employment of experts and consultants under section 3109 of 
title 5, United States Code) involved in carrying out section 4 
of the National Science Foundation Act of 1950, as amended (42 
U.S.C. 1863) and Public Law 86-209 (42 U.S.C. 1880 et seq.), 
$3,969,000: Provided, That not to exceed $9,000 shall be 
available for official reception and representation expenses.

                      office of inspector general

  For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector General as 
authorized by the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 
$11,427,000, to remain available until September 30, 2009.
  This title may be cited as the ``Science Appropriations Act, 
2008''.

                                TITLE IV


                            RELATED AGENCIES


                       Commission on Civil Rights


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the Commission on Civil Rights, 
including hire of passenger motor vehicles, $8,460,000: 
Provided, That none of the funds appropriated in this paragraph 
shall be used to employ in excess of four full-time individuals 
under Schedule C of the Excepted Service exclusive of one 
special assistant for each Commissioner: Provided further, That 
none of the funds appropriated in this paragraph shall be used 
to reimburse Commissioners for more than 75 billable days, with 
the exception of the chairperson, who is permitted 125 billable 
days.

                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the Equal Employment Opportunity 
Commission as authorized by title VII of the Civil Rights Act 
of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the 
Equal Pay Act of 1963, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 
1990, and the Civil Rights Act of 1991, including services as 
authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; hire of passenger motor vehicles 
as authorized by 31 U.S.C. 1343(b); nonmonetary awards to 
private citizens; and not to exceed $29,140,000 for payments to 
State and local enforcement agencies for authorized services to 
the Commission, $329,300,000: Provided, That the Commission is 
authorized to make available for official reception and 
representation expenses not to exceed $2,500 from available 
funds: Provided further, That the Commission may take no action 
to implement any workforce repositioning, restructuring, or 
reorganization until such time as the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations have been notified of such 
proposals, in accordance with the reprogramming requirements of 
section 505 of this Act.

                     International Trade Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the International Trade Commission, 
including hire of passenger motor vehicles, and services as 
authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, and not to exceed $2,500 for 
official reception and representation expenses, $68,400,000, to 
remain available until expended.

                       Legal Services Corporation


               payment to the legal services corporation

  For payment to the Legal Services Corporation to carry out 
the purposes of the Legal Services Corporation Act of 1974, 
$350,490,000, of which $332,390,000 is for basic field programs 
and required independent audits; $3,000,000 is for the Office 
of Inspector General, of which such amounts as may be necessary 
may be used to conduct additional audits of recipients; 
$12,500,000 is for management and administration; $2,100,000 is 
for client self-help and information technology; and $500,000 
is for loan repayment assistance: Provided, That the Legal 
Services Corporation may continue to provide locality pay to 
officers and employees at a rate no greater than that provided 
by the Federal Government to Washington, DC-based employees as 
authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5304, notwithstanding section 1005(d) of 
the Legal Services Corporation Act, 42 U.S.C. 2996(d).

          ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION--LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

  None of the funds appropriated in this Act to the Legal 
Services Corporation shall be expended for any purpose 
prohibited or limited by, or contrary to any of the provisions 
of, sections 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, and 506 of Public Law 
105-119, and all funds appropriated in this Act to the Legal 
Services Corporation shall be subject to the same terms and 
conditions set forth in such sections, except that all 
references in sections 502 and 503 to 1997 and 1998 shall be 
deemed to refer instead to 2007 and 2008, respectively.

                        Marine Mammal Commission


                         salaries and expenses

  For necessary expenses of the Marine Mammal Commission as 
authorized by title II of Public Law 92-522, $2,820,000.

           National Veterans Business Development Corporation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

  For necessary expenses of the National Veterans Business 
Development Corporation established under section 33 of the 
Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 657c), $1,410,000, to remain 
available until expended.

            Office of the United States Trade Representative


                         salaries and expenses

  For necessary expenses of the Office of the United States 
Trade Representative, including the hire of passenger motor 
vehicles and the employment of experts and consultants as 
authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, $44,120,000, of which $1,000,000 
shall remain available until expended: Provided, That not to 
exceed $124,000 shall be available for official reception and 
representation expenses: Provided further, That negotiations 
shall be conducted within the World Trade Organization to 
recognize the right of members to distribute monies collected 
from antidumping and countervailing duties: Provided further, 
That negotiations shall be conducted within the World Trade 
Organization consistent with the negotiating objectives 
contained in the Trade Act of 2002, Public Law 107-210.

                        State Justice Institute


                         salaries and expenses

  For necessary expenses of the State Justice Institute, as 
authorized by the State Justice Institute Authorization Act of 
1992 (Public Law 102-572), $3,760,000: Provided, That not to 
exceed $2,500 shall be available for official reception and 
representation expenses.

                                TITLE V


                           GENERAL PROVISIONS


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

  Sec. 501. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act 
shall be used for publicity or propaganda purposes not 
authorized by the Congress.
  Sec. 502. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act 
shall remain available for obligation beyond the current fiscal 
year unless expressly so provided herein.
  Sec. 503. The expenditure of any appropriation under this Act 
for any consulting service through procurement contract, 
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 3109, shall be limited to those contracts 
where such expenditures are a matter of public record and 
available for public inspection, except where otherwise 
provided under existing law, or under existing Executive order 
issued pursuant to existing law.
  Sec. 504. If any provision of this Act or the application of 
such provision to any person or circumstances shall be held 
invalid, the remainder of the Act and the application of each 
provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to 
which it is held invalid shall not be affected thereby.
  Sec. 505. (a) None of the funds provided under this Act, or 
provided under previous appropriations Acts to the agencies 
funded by this Act that remain available for obligation or 
expenditure in fiscal year 2008, or provided from any accounts 
in the Treasury of the United States derived by the collection 
of fees available to the agencies funded by this Act, shall be 
available for obligation or expenditure through a reprogramming 
of funds that: (1) creates new programs; (2) eliminates a 
program, project, or activity; (3) increases funds or personnel 
by any means for any project or activity for which funds have 
been denied or restricted; (4) relocates an office or 
employees; (5) reorganizes or renames offices, programs, or 
activities; or (6) contracts out or privatizes any functions or 
activities presently performed by Federal employees; unless the 
House and Senate Committees on Appropriations are notified 15 
days in advance of such reprogramming of funds.
  (b) None of the funds provided under this Act, or provided 
under previous appropriations Acts to the agencies funded by 
this Act that remain available for obligation or expenditure in 
fiscal year 2008, or provided from any accounts in the Treasury 
of the United States derived by the collection of fees 
available to the agencies funded by this Act, shall be 
available for obligation or expenditure for activities, 
programs, or projects through a reprogramming of funds in 
excess of $500,000 or 10 percent, whichever is less, that: (1) 
augments existing programs, projects, or activities; (2) 
reduces by 10 percent funding for any existing program, 
project, or activity, or numbers of personnel by 10 percent as 
approved by Congress; or (3) results from any general savings, 
including savings from a reduction in personnel, which would 
result in a change in existing programs, activities, or 
projects as approved by Congress; unless the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations are notified 15 days in advance of 
such reprogramming of funds.
  Sec. 506. Hereafter, none of the funds made available in this 
Act or any other Act may be used for the construction, repair 
(other than emergency repair), overhaul, conversion, or 
modernization of vessels for the National Oceanic and 
Atmospheric Administration in shipyards located outside of the 
United States.
  Sec. 507. Hereafter, none of the funds made available in this 
Act may be used to implement, administer, or enforce any 
guidelines of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 
covering harassment based on religion, when it is made known to 
the Federal entity or official to which such funds are made 
available that such guidelines do not differ in any respect 
from the proposed guidelines published by the Commission on 
October 1, 1993 (58 Fed. Reg. 51266).
  Sec. 508. If it has been finally determined by a court or 
Federal agency that any person intentionally affixed a label 
bearing a ``Made in America'' inscription, or any inscription 
with the same meaning, to any product sold in or shipped to the 
United States that is not made in the United States, the person 
shall be ineligible to receive any contract or subcontract made 
with funds made available in this Act, pursuant to the 
debarment, suspension, and ineligibility procedures described 
in sections 9.400 through 9.409 of title 48, Code of Federal 
Regulations.
  Sec. 509. The Departments of Commerce and Justice, the 
National Science Foundation, and the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, shall provide to the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations a quarterly accounting of the 
cumulative balances of any unobligated funds that were received 
by such agency during any previous fiscal year.
  Sec. 510. Any costs incurred by a department or agency funded 
under this Act resulting from, or to prevent, personnel actions 
taken in response to funding reductions included in this Act 
shall be absorbed within the total budgetary resources 
available to such department or agency: Provided, That the 
authority to transfer funds between appropriations accounts as 
may be necessary to carry out this section is provided in 
addition to authorities included elsewhere in this Act: 
Provided further, That use of funds to carry out this section 
shall be treated as a reprogramming of funds under section 505 
of this Act and shall not be available for obligation or 
expenditure except in compliance with the procedures set forth 
in that section.
  Sec. 511. None of the funds provided by this Act shall be 
available to promote the sale or export of tobacco or tobacco 
products, or to seek the reduction or removal by any foreign 
country of restrictions on the marketing of tobacco or tobacco 
products, except for restrictions which are not applied equally 
to all tobacco or tobacco products of the same type.
  Sec. 512. None of the funds appropriated pursuant to this Act 
or any other provision of law may be used for--
          (1) the implementation of any tax or fee in 
        connection with the implementation of subsection 922(t) 
        of title 18, United States Code; and
          (2) any system to implement subsection 922(t) of 
        title 18, United States Code, that does not require and 
        result in the destruction of any identifying 
        information submitted by or on behalf of any person who 
        has been determined not to be prohibited from 
        possessing or receiving a firearm no more than 24 hours 
        after the system advises a Federal firearms licensee 
        that possession or receipt of a firearm by the 
        prospective transferee would not violate subsection (g) 
        or (n) of section 922 of title 18, United States Code, 
        or State law.
  Sec. 513. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, amounts 
deposited or available in the Fund established under 42 U.S.C. 
10601 in any fiscal year in excess of $590,000,000 shall not be 
available for obligation until the following fiscal year.
  Sec. 514. None of the funds made available to the Department 
of Justice in this Act may be used to discriminate against or 
denigrate the religious or moral beliefs of students who 
participate in programs for which financial assistance is 
provided from those funds, or of the parents or legal guardians 
of such students.
  Sec. 515. None of the funds made available in this Act may be 
transferred to any department, agency, or instrumentality of 
the United States Government, except pursuant to a transfer 
made by, or transfer authority provided in, this Act or any 
other appropriations Act.
  Sec. 516. With the consent of the President, the Secretary of 
Commerce shall represent the United States Government in 
negotiating and monitoring international agreements regarding 
fisheries, marine mammals, or sea turtles: Provided, That the 
Secretary of Commerce shall be responsible for the development 
and interdepartmental coordination of the policies of the 
United States with respect to the international negotiations 
and agreements referred to in this section.
  Sec. 517. Any funds provided in this Act used to implement E-
Government Initiatives shall be subject to the procedures set 
forth in section 505 of this Act.
  Sec. 518. (a) Tracing studies conducted by the Bureau of 
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are released without 
adequate disclaimers regarding the limitations of the data.
  (b) The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives 
shall include in all such data releases, language similar to 
the following that would make clear that trace data cannot be 
used to draw broad conclusions about firearms-related crime:
          (1) Firearm traces are designed to assist law 
        enforcement authorities in conducting investigations by 
        tracking the sale and possession of specific firearms. 
        Law enforcement agencies may request firearms traces 
        for any reason, and those reasons are not necessarily 
        reported to the Federal Government. Not all firearms 
        used in crime are traced and not all firearms traced 
        are used in crime.
          (2) Firearms selected for tracing are not chosen for 
        purposes of determining which types, makes, or models 
        of firearms are used for illicit purposes. The firearms 
        selected do not constitute a random sample and should 
        not be considered representative of the larger universe 
        of all firearms used by criminals, or any subset of 
        that universe. Firearms are normally traced to the 
        first retail seller, and sources reported for firearms 
        traced do not necessarily represent the sources or 
        methods by which firearms in general are acquired for 
        use in crime.
  Sec. 519. (a) The Inspectors General of the Department of 
Commerce, the Department of Justice, the National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration, and the National Science Foundation 
shall conduct audits, pursuant to the Inspector General Act (5 
U.S.C. App.), of grants or contracts for which funds are 
appropriated by this Act, and shall submit reports to Congress 
on the progress of such audits, which may include preliminary 
findings and a description of areas of particular interest, 
within 180 days after initiating such an audit and every 180 
days thereafter until any such audit is completed.
  (b) Within 60 days after the date on which an audit described 
in subsection (a) by an Inspector General is completed, the 
Secretary, Attorney General, Administrator, or Director, as 
appropriate, shall make the results of the audit available to 
the public on the Internet website maintained by the 
Department, Administration, or Foundation, respectively. The 
results shall be made available in redacted form to exclude--
          (1) any matter described in section 552(b) of title 
        5, United States Code; and
          (2) sensitive personal information for any 
        individual, the public access to which could be used to 
        commit identity theft or for other inappropriate or 
        unlawful purposes.
  (c) A grant or contract funded by amounts appropriated by 
this Act may not be used for the purpose of defraying the costs 
of a banquet or conference that is not directly and 
programmatically related to the purpose for which the grant or 
contract was awarded, such as a banquet or conference held in 
connection with planning, training, assessment, review, or 
other routine purposes related to a project funded by the grant 
or contract.
  (d) Any person awarded a grant or contract funded by amounts 
appropriated by this Act shall submit a statement to the 
Secretary of Commerce, the Attorney General, the Administrator, 
or the Director, as appropriate, certifying that no funds 
derived from the grant or contract will be made available 
through a subcontract or in any other manner to another person 
who has a financial interest in the person awarded the grant or 
contract.
  (e) The provisions of the preceding subsections of this 
section shall take effect 30 days after the date on which the 
Director of the Office of Management and Budget, in 
consultation with the Director of the Office of Government 
Ethics, determines that a uniform set of rules and 
requirements, substantially similar to the requirements in such 
subsections, consistently apply under the executive branch 
ethics program to all Federal departments, agencies, and 
entities.
  Sec. 520. None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made 
available under this Act may be used to issue patents on claims 
directed to or encompassing a human organism.
  Sec. 521. None of the funds made available in this Act shall 
be used in any way whatsoever to support or justify the use of 
torture by any official or contract employee of the United 
States Government.
  Sec. 522. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law or 
treaty, none of the funds appropriated or otherwise made 
available under this Act or any other Act may be expended or 
obligated by a department, agency, or instrumentality of the 
United States to pay administrative expenses or to compensate 
an officer or employee of the United States in connection with 
requiring an export license for the export to Canada of 
components, parts, accessories or attachments for firearms 
listed in Category I, section 121.1 of title 22, Code of 
Federal Regulations (International Trafficking in Arms 
Regulations (ITAR), part 121, as it existed on April 1, 2005) 
with a total value not exceeding $500 wholesale in any 
transaction, provided that the conditions of subsection (b) of 
this section are met by the exporting party for such articles.
  (b) The foregoing exemption from obtaining an export 
license--
          (1) does not exempt an exporter from filing any 
        Shipper's Export Declaration or notification letter 
        required by law, or from being otherwise eligible under 
        the laws of the United States to possess, ship, 
        transport, or export the articles enumerated in 
        subsection (a); and
          (2) does not permit the export without a license of--
                  (A) fully automatic firearms and components 
                and parts for such firearms, other than for end 
                use by the Federal Government, or a Provincial 
                or Municipal Government of Canada;
                  (B) barrels, cylinders, receivers (frames) or 
                complete breech mechanisms for any firearm 
                listed in Category I, other than for end use by 
                the Federal Government, or a Provincial or 
                Municipal Government of Canada; or
                  (C) articles for export from Canada to 
                another foreign destination.
  (c) In accordance with this section, the District Directors 
of Customs and postmasters shall permit the permanent or 
temporary export without a license of any unclassified articles 
specified in subsection (a) to Canada for end use in Canada or 
return to the United States, or temporary import of Canadian-
origin items from Canada for end use in the United States or 
return to Canada for a Canadian citizen.
  (d) The President may require export licenses under this 
section on a temporary basis if the President determines, upon 
publication first in the Federal Register, that the Government 
of Canada has implemented or maintained inadequate import 
controls for the articles specified in subsection (a), such 
that a significant diversion of such articles has and continues 
to take place for use in international terrorism or in the 
escalation of a conflict in another nation. The President shall 
terminate the requirements of a license when reasons for the 
temporary requirements have ceased.
  Sec. 523. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no 
department, agency, or instrumentality of the United States 
receiving appropriated funds under this Act or any other Act 
shall obligate or expend in any way such funds to pay 
administrative expenses or the compensation of any officer or 
employee of the United States to deny any application submitted 
pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2778(b)(1)(B) and qualified pursuant to 
27 CFR section 478.112 or .113, for a permit to import United 
States origin ``curios or relics'' firearms, parts, or 
ammunition.
  Sec. 524. None of the funds made available in this Act may be 
used to include in any new bilateral or multilateral trade 
agreement the text of--
          (1) paragraph 2 of article 16.7 of the United States-
        Singapore Free Trade Agreement;
          (2) paragraph 4 of article 17.9 of the United States-
        Australia Free Trade Agreement; or
          (3) paragraph 4 of article 15.9 of the United States-
        Morocco Free Trade Agreement.
  Sec. 525. (a)(1) The Administrator of the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration shall modify the 
Administration's financial management system and perform all 
appropriate testing and assurance activities necessary for the 
system to be capable of properly budgeting, accounting for, 
controlling, and reporting on appropriations made to the 
Administration for fiscal year 2009 and thereafter under the 
appropriation accounts set out for the Administration in H.R. 
3093 of the 110th Congress, as passed by the House of 
Representatives.
  (2) The Administrator shall transmit to the Committee on 
Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the 
Committee on Appropriations of the Senate a written report, on 
a monthly basis until the certification under paragraph (3) is 
transmitted, on progress in complying with this subsection.
  (3) Not later than April 1, 2008, the Administrator shall 
transmit to the Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Appropriations of the 
Senate a written certification that the Administration's 
financial management system meets the requirements of this 
section.
  (b) Beginning for the first full month after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall report in 
writing to the Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Appropriations of the 
Senate, on the 15th business day of each month, financial 
information on the execution of the Administration's budget for 
the preceding month and for the fiscal year to date. Each 
report under this subsection shall provide information on the 
Administration's budget, obligations incurred, and 
disbursements made, presented by--
          (1) mission area (as reflected in the appropriation 
        accounts set out for the Administration in H.R. 3093 of 
        the 110th Congress, as passed by the House of 
        Representatives);
          (2) program or project;
          (3) Center; and
          (4) object class, as well as any other financial 
        information requested by the Committee on 
        Appropriations of the House of Representatives or the 
        Committee on Appropriations of the Senate.
  Sec. 526. None of the funds made available in this Act may be 
used to authorize or issue a national security letter in 
contravention of any of the following laws authorizing the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation to issue national security 
letters: The Right to Financial Privacy Act; The Electronic 
Communications Privacy Act; The Fair Credit Reporting Act; The 
National Security Act of 1947; USA PATRIOT Act; and the laws 
amended by these Acts.
  Sec. 527. None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made 
available by this Act may be made available for a public-
private competition conducted under Office of Management and 
Budget Circular A-76 or to convert a function performed by 
Federal employees to private sector performance without such a 
competition unless a representative designated by a majority of 
the employees engaged in the performance of the activity or 
function for which the public-private competition is conducted 
or which is to be converted without such a competition is 
treated as an interested party with respect to such competition 
or decision to convert to private sector performance for 
purposes of subchapter V of chapter 35 of title 31, United 
States Code.
  Sec. 528. Section 605 of the Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia 
Research and Control Act of 1998 (16 U.S.C. 1451 note) is 
amended--
          (1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1) by striking 
        ``$25,500,000 for fiscal year 2008'' and inserting 
        ``$30,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 through 
        2010'';
          (2) in each of paragraphs (1), (2), (3), (4), and (6) 
        by striking ``2008'' and inserting ``2010''; and
          (3) in paragraph (5) by striking ``fiscal year 2008'' 
        and inserting ``each of fiscal years 2008 through 
        2010''.
  Sec. 529. Effective January 13, 2007, section 303A of the 
Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (16 
U.S.C. 1853a) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``association'' in subsection 
        (c)(4)(A)(iii) and inserting ``association, among 
        willing parties'';
          (2) by striking paragraph (2) of subsection (i);
          (3) by striking ``(1) In general.--'' in subsection 
        (i) and resetting paragraph (1) as a full measure 
        paragraph following ``(i) Transition Rules.--''; and
          (4) by redesignating subparagraphs (A), (B), and (C) 
        of subsection (i)(1) (before its amendment by paragraph 
        (3)) as paragraphs (1), (2), and (3), respectively and 
        resetting them as indented paragraphs 2 ems from the 
        left margin.
  Sec. 530. If at any time during any quarter, the program 
manager of a project within the jurisdiction of the Departments 
of Commerce or Justice, the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration, or the National Science Foundation totaling 
more than $75,000,000 has reasonable cause to believe that the 
total program cost has increased by 10 percent, the program 
manager shall immediately inform the Secretary, Administrator, 
or Director. The Secretary, Administrator, or Director shall 
notify the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations within 
30 days in writing of such increase, and shall include in such 
notice: the date on which such determination was made; a 
statement of the reasons for such increases; the action taken 
and proposed to be taken to control future cost growth of the 
project; changes made in the performance or schedule milestones 
and the degree to which such changes have contributed to the 
increase in total program costs or procurement costs; new 
estimates of the total project or procurement costs; and a 
statement validating that the project's management structure is 
adequate to control total project or procurement costs.
  Sec. 531. Notwithstanding section 505 of this Act, no funds 
shall be reprogrammed within or transferred between 
appropriations after June 30, except in extraordinary 
circumstances.
  Sec. 532. Funds appropriated by this Act, or made available 
by the transfer of funds in this Act, for intelligence or 
intelligence related 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) during fiscal 
year 2008 until the enactment of the Intelligence Authorization 
Act for Fiscal Year 2008.
  Sec. 533. (a) Subsection (a) of section 315 of the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration Act of 1958 (42 U.S.C. 
2459j) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``Notwithstanding any other provision 
        of law, the Administrator'' and inserting ``The 
        Administrator''; and
          (2) by striking ``any real property'' and inserting 
        ``any non-excess real property and related personal 
        property''; and
          (3) by striking ``at no more than two (2) National 
        Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) centers''.
  (b) Subsection (b) of such section is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (1), by striking ``consideration'' 
        and all that follows through the end of the paragraph 
        and inserting ``cash consideration for the lease at 
        fair market value as determined by the 
        Administrator.'';
          (2) by striking paragraph (2);
          (3) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (2); 
        and
          (4) in paragraph (2), as redesignated by paragraph 
        (3) of this subsection--
                  (A) in subparagraph (B), by striking 
                ``maintenance'' and all that follows through 
                ``centers selected for this demonstration 
                program'' and inserting ``capital 
                revitalization and construction projects and 
                improvements of real property assets and 
                related personal property under the 
                jurisdiction of the Administrator''; and
                  (B) by adding at the end the following new 
                subparagraph:
          ``(C) Amounts utilized under subparagraph (B) may not 
        be utilized for daily operating costs.''.
  (c) Subsection (e) of such section is amended--
          (1) by striking ``Lease Restrictions.--NASA'' and 
        inserting the following: ``Lease Restrictions.--
          ``(1) NASA''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
          ``(2) NASA is not authorized to enter into an out-
        lease under this section unless the Administrator 
        certifies that such out-lease will not have a negative 
        impact on NASA's mission.''.
  (d) Such section is further amended by adding at the end the 
following new subsection (f):
  ``(f) Sunset.--The authority to enter into leases under this 
section shall expire on the date that is ten years after the 
date of the enactment of the Commerce, Justice, Science, and 
Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2008. The expiration 
under this subsection of authority to enter into leases under 
this section shall not affect the validity or term of leases or 
NASA's retention of proceeds from leases entered into under 
this section before the date of the expiration of such 
authority.''.
  (e) The heading of such section is amended by striking 
``Enhanced-use lease of real property demonstration'' and 
inserting ``Lease of non-excess property''.
  (f) This section shall become effective on December 31, 2008.
  Sec. 534. The Departments, agencies, and commissions funded 
under this Act, shall establish and maintain on the homepages 
of their Internet websites--
          (1) a direct link to the Internet websites of their 
        Offices of Inspectors General; and
          (2) a mechanism on the Offices of Inspectors General 
        website by which individuals may anonymously report 
        cases of waste, fraud, or abuse with respect to those 
        Departments, agencies, and commissions.
  Sec. 535. None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made 
available by this Act may be used to enter into a contract in 
an amount greater than $5,000,000 or to award a grant in excess 
of such amount unless the prospective contractor or grantee 
certifies in writing to the agency awarding the contract or 
grant that, to the best of its knowledge and belief, the 
contractor or grantee has filed all Federal tax returns 
required during the three years preceding the certification, 
has not been convicted of a criminal offense under the Internal 
Revenue Code of 1986, and has not, more than 90 days prior to 
certification, been notified of any unpaid Federal tax 
assessment for which the liability remains unsatisfied, unless 
the assessment is the subject of an installment agreement or 
offer in compromise that has been approved by the Internal 
Revenue Service and is not in default, or the assessment is the 
subject of a non-frivolous administrative or judicial 
proceeding.
  Sec. 536. This section may be cited as the ``ED 1.0 Act''.
   (a) In this section:
          (1) The term ``Administrator'' means the 
        Administrator of the National Telecommunications and 
        Information Administration.
          (2) The term ``eligible educational institution'' 
        means an institution that is--
                  (A) a historically Black college or 
                university;
                  (B) a Hispanic-serving institution as that 
                term is defined in section 502(a)(5) of the 
                Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                1101a(a)(5));
                  (C) a tribally controlled college or 
                university as that term is defined in section 
                2(a)(4) of the Tribally Controlled College or 
                University Assistance Act of 1978 (25 U.S.C. 
                1801(a)(4));
                  (D) an Alaska Native-serving institution as 
                that term is defined in section 317(b)(2) of 
                the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                1059d(b)(2)); or
                  (E) a Native Hawaiian-serving institution as 
                that term is defined in section 317(b)(4) of 
                the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                1059d(b)(4)).
          (3) The term ``historically Black college or 
        university'' means a part B institution as that term is 
        defined in section 322(2) of the Higher Education Act 
        of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1061(2)).
  (b)(1)(A) There is established within the National 
Telecommunications and Information Administration a pilot 
program under which the Administrator shall award 9 grants to 
eligible educational institutions to enable the eligible 
educational institutions to develop digital and wireless 
networks for online educational programs of study within the 
eligible educational institutions. The Administrator shall 
award not less than 1 grant to each type of eligible 
educational institution, enumerated under subsection (a)(2).
  (B)(i) The Administrator shall award a total of 9 grants 
under this subsection.
  (ii) The Administrator shall make grant payments under this 
subsection in the amount of $500,000.
  (2)(A) In awarding grants under this subsection the 
Administrator shall give priority to an eligible educational 
institution that, according to the most recent data available 
(including data available from the Bureau of the Census), 
serves a county, or other appropriate political subdivision 
where no counties exist--
          (i) in which 50 percent of the residents of the 
        county, or other appropriate political subdivision 
        where no counties exist, are members of a racial or 
        ethnic minority;
          (ii) in which less than 18 percent of the residents 
        of the county, or other appropriate political 
        subdivision where no counties exist, have obtained a 
        baccalaureate degree or a higher education;
          (iii) that has an unemployment rate of 7 percent or 
        greater;
          (iv) in which 20 percent or more of the residents of 
        the county, or other appropriate political subdivision 
        where no counties exist, live in poverty;
          (v) that has a negative population growth rate; or
          (vi) that has a family income of not more than 
        $32,000.
  (B) In awarding grants under this subsection the 
Administrator shall give the highest priority to an eligible 
educational institution that meets the greatest number of 
requirements described in clauses (i) through (vi) of 
subparagraph (A).
  (3) An eligible educational institution receiving a grant 
under this subsection may use the grant funds--
          (A) to acquire equipment, instrumentation, networking 
        capability, hardware, software, digital network 
        technology, wireless technology, or wireless 
        infrastructure;
          (B) to develop and provide educational services, 
        including faculty development; or
          (C) to develop strategic plans for information 
        technology investments.
  (4) The Administrator shall not require an eligible 
educational institution to provide matching funds for a grant 
awarded under this subsection.
  (5)(A) The Administrator shall consult with the Committee on 
Appropriations and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
Transportation of the Senate and the Committee on 
Appropriations and the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the 
House of Representatives, on a quarterly basis regarding the 
pilot program assisted under this subsection.
  (B) Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this 
section, the Administrator shall submit to the committees 
described in subparagraph (A) a report evaluating the progress 
of the pilot program assisted under this subsection.
  (c) There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out this 
section $4,500,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009.
  (d) The Administrator shall carry out this section only with 
amounts appropriated in advance specifically to carry out this 
section.
  Sec. 537. None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made 
available in this Act may be used in a manner that is 
inconsistent with the principal negotiating objective of the 
United States with respect to trade remedy laws to preserve the 
ability of the United States--
          (1) to enforce vigorously its trade laws, including 
        antidumping, countervailing duty, and safeguard laws;
          (2) to avoid agreements that--
                  (A) lessen the effectiveness of domestic and 
                international disciplines on unfair trade, 
                especially dumping and subsidies; or
                  (B) lessen the effectiveness of domestic and 
                international safeguard provisions, in order to 
                ensure that United States workers, agricultural 
                producers, and firms can compete fully on fair 
                terms and enjoy the benefits of reciprocal 
                trade concessions; and
          (3) to address and remedy market distortions that 
        lead to dumping and subsidization, including 
        overcapacity, cartelization, and market-access 
        barriers.
  Sec. 538. None of the funds made available in this Act may be 
used to purchase first class or premium airline travel in 
contravention of sections 301-10.122 through 301-10.124 of 
title 41 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
  Sec. 539. Section 2301 of the Implementing Recommendations of 
the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 (47 U.S.C. 901 note) is amended 
by striking ``the `Improving Emergency Communications Act of 
2007'.'' and inserting ``the `911 Modernization Act'.''.
  Sec. 540. Section 504(a)(11)(E) of the Omnibus Consolidated 
Rescissions and Appropriations Act of 1996 (Public Law 104-134; 
110 Stat. 1321-55) is amended by inserting before ``an alien'' 
the following: ``a nonimmigrant worker admitted to, or 
permitted to remain in, the United States under section 
101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 
U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(b)) for forestry labor or''.
  Sec. 541. None of the funds made available in this Act may be 
used in contravention of section 402(e)(1) of the Illegal 
Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (8 
U.S.C. 1324a note).
  Sec. 542. None of the funds in this Act may be used to employ 
workers described in section 274A(h)(3) of the Immigration and 
Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1324a(h)(3)).
  Sec. 543. None of the funds made available in this Act may be 
used 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.

                                TITLE VI


                              RESCISSIONS


                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


                  Economic Development Administration


                ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading from 
prior year appropriations, $5,700,000 are rescinded.

                   Economic and Statistical Analysis


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading from 
prior year appropriations, $800,000 are rescinded.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology


                     INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading from 
prior year appropriations, $18,800,000 are rescinded.

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available in accounts under this 
heading from prior year appropriations, $11,372,000 are 
rescinded.

                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading, 
$7,400,000 are rescinded.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading, 
$5,000,000 are rescinded.

                          WORKING CAPITAL FUND

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading, 
$41,000,000 are rescinded.

               TELECOMMUNICATIONS CARRIER COMPLIANCE FUND

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading, 
$1,300,000 are rescinded.

                           DETENTION TRUSTEE

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading, 
$145,000,000 are rescinded.

                            Legal Activities


                         ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading, 
$240,000,000 are rescinded.

                    Office on Violence Against Women


       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS

                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading from 
prior year appropriations, $14,700,000 are rescinded.

                       Office of Justice Programs


                              (RESCISSION)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading from 
prior year appropriations, $87,500,000 are rescinded, not later 
than September 30, 2008.

                  COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES

                             (RESCISSIONS)

  Of the unobligated balances available under this heading from 
prior year appropriations, $87,500,000 are rescinded, not later 
than September 30, 2008.
  Of the unobligated funds previously appropriated from the 
Violent Crime Reduction Trust Fund under this heading, 
$10,278,000 are rescinded.

             NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION


                              (Rescission)

  Of the unobligated balances available to the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration from prior year 
appropriations, $192,475,000 are rescinded: Provided, That 
within 30 days after the date of the enactment of this section 
the Administrator shall submit to the Committees on 
Appropriations a report specifying the amount of each 
rescission made pursuant to this section.

                      NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION


                              (Rescission)

  Of the unobligated balances available to the National Science 
Foundation from prior year appropriations, $33,000,000 are 
rescinded: Provided, That within 30 days after the date of the 
enactment of this section the Director shall submit to the 
Committees on Appropriations a report specifying the amount of 
each rescission made pursuant to this section.
  This Act may be cited as the ``Commerce, Justice, Science, 
and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2008''.
    [Clerk's note: Reproduced below is the material relating to 
division B contained in the ``Explanatory Statement Submitted 
by Mr. Obey, Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations, 
Regarding the Consolidated Appropriations Amendment of the 
House of Representatives to the Senate Amendment to H.R. 
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    \1\ This Explanatory Statement was submitted for printing in the  
Congressional Record on December 17, 2007, prior to House consideration 
of the Consolidated Appropriations amendment and as directed by the 
House of Representatives in section 3 of H. Res. 869. The Statement 
appears in books II and III of the December 17 Congressional Record, 
with the division B portion beginning on page H15788 of book II.
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    The amendment discussed in the Explanatory Statement was 
agreed to without change by both the House of Representatives 
and the Senate. Therefore, the ``amended bill'' referred to in 
the Statement is the same as the legislation that has been 
signed into law.
    Section 4 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act provides 
that this Explanatory Statement ``shall have the same effect 
with respect to the allocation of funds and implementation of 
divisions A through K of this Act as if it were a joint 
explanatory statement of a committee of conference''.]

                   Explanatory Statement, Division B


     DIVISION B--COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                        APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2008

    Following is an explanation of the effects of this division 
of the House amendment to the Senate amendment to H.R. 3093 
(hereafter referred to as ``the amended bill'') relative to the 
versions of the Departments of Commerce and Justice, and 
Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2008 (H.R. 
3093) passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate.
    The legislative intent in the House and Senate versions of 
H.R. 3093 is set forth in the accompanying House report (H. 
Rept. 110-240) and the accompanying Senate report (S. Rept. 
110-124).
    The Senate amended the House bill with an amendment. The 
Senate amendment to the text deleted the entire House bill 
after the enacting clause and inserted the Senate bill. 
Division B of the amended bill resolves the differences between 
the House and Senate versions of H.R. 3093.
    The language and allocations set forth in the House and 
Senate Reports should be complied with unless specifically 
addressed to the contrary in division B of the amended bill and 
this explanatory statement. Report language included by the 
House which is not changed by the report of the Senate or this 
explanatory statement and Senate report language which is not 
changed by this explanatory statement is approved by the 
Appropriations Committees. This explanatory statement while 
repeating some report language for emphasis, does not intend to 
negate the language referred to above unless expressly provided 
herein. In cases where the House or Senate has directed the 
submission of a report, such report is to be submitted to both 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees.

                OPERATING PLAN REPROGRAMMING PROCEDURES

    The Appropriations Committees continue to have a particular 
interest in being informed of reprogrammings which, although 
they may not change either the total amount available in an 
account or any of the purposes for which the appropriation is 
legally available, represent a departure from budget plans 
presented to the Committees in an agency's budget 
justification, the basis of this appropriations Act.
     Consequently, the departments, agencies, commissions, 
corporations and offices funded in this Act are directed to 
adhere to the guidelines set forth in section 505. 
Additionally, the Appropriations Committees are to be notified 
promptly of all reprogramming actions which involve less than 
the amounts mentioned in this section. If such actions would 
have the effect of significantly changing an agency's funding 
requirements in future years, or if programs or projects 
specifically cited in this explanatory statement or 
accompanying reports of the House and Senate are affected by 
the reprogramming, the reprogramming must be approved by the 
Appropriations Committees regardless of the amount proposed to 
be reprogrammed. Furthermore, the departments, agencies, 
commissions, corporations and offices under the jurisdiction of 
this subcommittee are directed to consult with the 
Appropriations Committees regarding reorganizations of offices, 
programs, and activities prior to the planned implementation of 
such reorganizations.
    Finally, the Departments of Commerce and Justice as well 
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the 
National Science Foundation shall submit, within 60 days of 
enactment of this Act, operating plans, signed by the 
respective secretary, administrator, or agency head, for review 
by the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate.

                                TITLE I


                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


                   International Trade Administration


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

    The amended bill includes $413,172,000 with offsetting 
collection fees of $8,000,000 for a direct appropriation of 
$405,172,000 for the International Trade Administration (ITA). 
The amended bill includes bill language designating the amount 
available for decision units within ITA.
    The amended bill includes bill language, and adopts by 
reference report language as proposed by the Senate, regarding 
negotiations within the World Trade Organization. The amended 
bill includes report language as proposed by the Senate 
directing the Office of Travel and Tourism to submit a report 
detailing how gulf coast tourism recovery in States impacted by 
the 2005 hurricane is progressing.
    The amended bill includes report language as proposed by 
the House directing ITA to submit a quarterly report regarding 
the ITA's travel expenditures. The amended bill includes report 
language as proposed by the Senate directing ITA to hire one 
additional full-time international trade specialist to assist 
small and medium sized companies in Louisiana.
    Within funding provided, the amended bill includes 
$4,700,000 for the National Textile Centers and for the 
Textile/Clothing Technology Corporation, and $1,316,000 for 
Auburn University for advanced research and development of 
novel polymetrics. The amended bill also includes $446,500 for 
the Arkansas World Trade Center.

                    Bureau of Industry and Security


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

    The amended bill provides a total operating level of 
$72,855,000 for the Bureau of Industry and Security instead of 
$78,776,000 as proposed by the House and Senate.

                  Economic Development Administration


                ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

    The amended bill provides $249,100,000 for the Economic 
Development Assistance Programs (EDAP), instead of $270,000,000 
as proposed by the House and $250,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.
    The amended bill rejects the Administration's proposal to 
consolidate EDA's program accounts into one new regional 
development account. By consolidating funding into one new 
regional development account, the Appropriations Committees are 
concerned that this will leave gaps in providing much needed 
assistance to rural communities. Of the amounts provided, 
$148,050,000 is for Public Works and Economic Development, 
$42,300,000 is for Economic Adjustment Assistance, $25,380,000 
is for planning, $9,400,000 is for technical assistance, 
including university centers, $14,100,000 is for trade 
adjustment assistance, and $470,000 is for research.
    The explanatory statement restates the concern expressed in 
the House report of the effect of global climate change and 
supports policies and strategies which contribute to 
sustainable ``green'' construction and resources conservation. 
EDA is directed to give favorable consideration to proposals 
which incorporate such technologies and strategies which would 
reduce energy consumption, reduce harmful gas emissions and 
contribute to sustainability. The Appropriations Committees 
recognize that the incorporation of such capabilities in a 
project will result in initial increased construction costs and 
therefore direct EDA to establish a Global Climate Change 
Mitigation Incentive fund (``Fund'') of $9,400,000 to be used 
to accommodate project costs associated with such mitigation 
efforts. As directed in the House report, EDA is directed to 
provide a report and spend plan within 90 days of enactment of 
the Act.
    As stated in the Senate report, the Appropriations 
Committees are concerned about the disbursement of funds to 
EDA's six regional offices. Within 30 days after enactment of 
the Act, EDA is directed to distribute all EDAP funds to the 
EDA regional offices.
    Finally, the Appropriations Committees agree with language 
in the House report and encourage EDA to incorporate into its 
project evaluation and selection criteria greater consideration 
for projects that diversify the local regional economy, support 
the development of new regional economic drivers and emerging 
industry clusters, advance innovation, entrepreneurship and 
technology transfer, and encourage the commercialization of 
university-led research and development.

                         Salaries and Expenses

    The amended bill provides $30,832,000 for salaries and 
expenses at EDA, instead of $32,800,000 as proposed by both the 
House and the Senate.
    As stated in the Senate report, the Appropriations 
Committees are supportive of EDA's six regional offices. The 
funding level provided should be adequate to begin filling 
vacancies within the regional offices. EDA is directed to fill 
vacancies within the regional offices prior to any vacancies 
within headquarters.

                  Minority Business Development Agency


                     MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

    The amended bill provides $28,623,000 for the Minority 
Business Development Agency, instead of $31,225,000 as proposed 
by the House and $30,200,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    Within the amount provided, $235,000 is for the 
preservation and revitalization of the Moore Street Market in 
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York.
    Additionally, the Appropriations Committees reiterate the 
concern expressed in both the House and Senate reports about 
the Native American Business Enterprise Centers (NABECs). The 
Committees oppose any action to reduce the current number of 
NABECs and it is hoped that MBDA can continue to support at 
least eight centers nationwide.

                   Economic and Statistical Analysis


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $81,075,000 for this account, 
instead of $86,500,000 as proposed by the House and $85,000,000 
as proposed by the Senate.
    Expansion of Regional Data.--An additional $1,175,000 is 
provided to the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to expand and 
improve timeliness of regional data to benefit state and local 
officials and economic development organizations. This funding 
will enable BEA to develop and publish gross metropolitan 
product data and accelerate the availability of county-level 
income data. BEA is directed to report on the status of this 
effort on a quarterly basis during fiscal year 2008.
    Offshoring.--As stated in the House Report, there is 
concern with the lack of adequate statistics on the effects of 
offshoring and outsourcing on U.S. jobs. There is evidence that 
the phenomenon is growing, and increasingly is displacing jobs 
of U.S. workers. Recent reports have suggested that the volume 
of imports may be underestimated and that this may cause 
estimates of growth in U.S. manufacturing production to be 
overestimated by as much as 40 percent. The 20 to 1 gap between 
data from India showing $8,700,000,000 in sales of business, 
professional and technical services to the U.S. and its 
companies and BEA data identifying only $420,000,000 in imports 
of such services raises additional questions. Even if new BEA 
initiatives narrow the dollar gap in services trade somewhat, 
it will still leave unanswered key questions about the effects 
of imported goods and services on U.S. blue-collar and white-
collar jobs. The BEA is directed to work with other agencies as 
appropriate, to submit a report not later than April 1, 2008, 
which examines the effect of both offshoring work abroad and 
outsourcing of imported labor in the future. The report should 
examine the following: (1) How best to estimate the effects of 
offshoring on U.S. production and jobs; and (2) how companies 
doing the most offshoring in either absolute or relative terms 
have changed (a) the size or occupational structure of their 
jobs in the U.S., (b) the companies' purchases from other U.S. 
suppliers, (c) growth of their R&D expenditures either 
domestically or abroad, (d) their rates of profitability, and 
(e) the trend in these companies' use of H-1B and L-1 visas. 
The report should consider the effects of offshoring on both 
blue-collar workers and white-collar workers.
    Intangible Assets.--Within funds provided the Bureau of 
Economic Analysis is directed to enter into an agreement with 
the National Academy of Sciences to conduct a study relating to 
the investment of intangible assets. This study shall recommend 
steps to improve the measurement of intangible assets and their 
incorporation in the National Income and Product Accounts; 
identify and estimate the size of the Federal Government's 
investment in intangible assets; survey other countries' 
efforts to measure and promote investments in intangible 
assets; and recommend policies to increase investment in 
intangible assets.
    Accurately Reflecting Economic Conditions.--Within funds 
provided the BEA is directed to enter into an agreement with 
the National Academy of Sciences to conduct a study on methods 
for collecting data regarding the status of the U.S. economy 
and determine whether the current data results in an 
overstatement of economic growth, domestic manufacturing 
output, and productivity.

                          Bureau of the Census

    The amended bill includes a total operating level of 
$1,230,244,000 for the Bureau of the Census, instead of 
$1,222,244,000 as proposed by the House and $1,246,644,000 as 
proposed by the Senate.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $202,838,000 for this account 
instead of $196,838,000 as proposed by the House and 
$226,238,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill provides $24,000,000 for the Survey of 
Income and Program Participation (SIPP). The amended bill does 
not include language contained in the Senate Report on improved 
service sector measurements and instead directs the $8,000,000 
from the service sector measurements toward revitalization of 
the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).

                     PERIODIC CENSUSES AND PROGRAMS

    The amended bill provides $1,027,406,000 for this account 
instead of $1,025,406,000 as proposed by the House and 
$1,020,406,000 as proposed by the Senate. The amended bill 
includes $797,114,000 for expenses related to the 2010 
decennial census. The amended bill does not include $5,500,000 
for the American Community Survey (ACS) Methods Panel. As in 
the Senate Report, this funding is directed to higher priority 
programs because a recent review by the Government 
Accountability Office revealed that Census officials were not 
able to provide detailed action plans or costs associated with 
aspects of this program. The amended bill also does not include 
$3,600,000 for the Master Address File (MAF). It should be 
noted that this reduction will have minimal impact as the 
Census Bureau will conduct a 100 percent address canvas in 
fiscal year 2009.
    Partnerships.--The amended bill includes an additional 
$9,100,000 for the Bureau of the Census to support partnership 
and outreach efforts in preparation for the 2010 Decennial 
Census with specific focus being placed on hard to reach 
populations. These funds should be used to hire additional 
personnel who have expertise in developing partnerships for the 
2010 census, provide other support for Regional Partnership and 
Data Services Programs, and not less than $1,000,000 for a 
national partnership program administered from Census 
headquarters. The census partnership program, which was not 
included in the budget request, is a vital component of the 
effort to obtain the most accurate decennial census count 
possible. The funding provided for the program will help enlist 
community leaders to encourage their constituencies to fill out 
their census forms, emphasizing the importance of the census to 
their local community and education system. This outreach is 
particularly important in communities that are difficult to 
count.

       National Telecommunications and Information Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes a total of $17,466,000 for the 
National Telecommunications and Information Administration 
(NTIA), instead of $23,581,000 as proposed by the House and 
$18,581,000 as proposed by the Senate. NTIA should comply with 
language in the House Report on public safety communications 
equipment.

    PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION

    The amended bill includes $18,800,000 for Public 
Telecommunications Facilities, Planning and Construction, 
instead of $21,728,000 as proposed by the House and $20,000,000 
as proposed by the Senate.

                    TECHNOLOGY OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM

    The amended bill does not provide funding for the 
Technology Opportunities Program (TOP) as proposed by the 
Senate.

               United States Patent and Trademark Office


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $1,915,500,000 for the United 
States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as proposed by the 
House and the Senate.
    The amended bill concurs with language in the Senate Report 
requiring that, 60 days after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the USPTO shall submit to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees a spending plan for fiscal year 2008. 
This spending plan shall incorporate all carryover balances 
from previous fiscal years, and describe any changes to the 
patent or trademark fee structure.
    The amended bill includes language that $1,000,000 may be 
transferred to the National Intellectual Property Law 
Enforcement Coordination Council.

                       Technology Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides no funding for the Technology 
Administration as proposed by the Senate. The House had 
provided $1,000,000 for close-out costs. It is the 
understanding of the Appropriations Committees that the 
Department has already begun the closing out of this 
organization.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology


             SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND SERVICES

    The amended bill includes $440,517,000 for the Scientific 
and Technical Research and Services programs of the National 
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), instead of 
$500,517,000 as proposed by the House and $502,117,000 as 
proposed by the Senate. NIST is directed to submit a spend plan 
no later than 30 days after enactment of the Act for the 
programs funded by this appropriation. Further, NIST is 
directed to develop a new budget structure for the fiscal year 
2009 budget which better reflects the organizational structure 
of the agency.
    The amended bill provides $893,000 for the New York Center 
for National Competitiveness in Nanoscale Characterization.

                     INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

    The amended bill includes $154,840,000 for Industrial 
Technology Services (ITS), instead of $201,819,000 as proposed 
by the House, and $179,155,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP).--Of the 
amounts provided to ITS, $89,640,000 is provided for MEP. The 
amended bill does not include $4,000,000 for a pilot project 
under MEP, as described in the Senate report.
    Technology Innovation Program (TIP).--Of the amounts 
provided to ITS, $65,200,000 is for the Technology Innovation 
Program as authorized by Public Law 110-69. TIP is structured 
to fund high-risk, high reward research focused on broad 
national needs such as advanced automotive batteries, 
aquaculture, novel lightweight materials, and other emerging 
technologies. The funding provided for TIP will address 
mortgage obligations relating to projects created under the 
Advanced Technology Program (ATP). The amended bill also 
includes language to allow the TIP immediate access to an 
additional $5,000,000 from deobligations and prior-year 
recoveries from ATP.

                  CONSTRUCTION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES

    The amended bill provides $160,490,000 for construction of 
research facilities, instead of $128,865,000 as proposed by the 
House and $150,900,000 as proposed by the Senate. NIST is 
directed to submit a spend plan no later than 30 days after 
enactment of the Act for activities funded by this 
appropriation. NIST is also directed to provide quarterly 
reports on the status and accounting of all construction 
projects.
    Within the amounts provided, the amended bill includes 
$51,262,000 for the following construction projects:

Biotechnology Research Park, University of Mississippi, 
    Jackson, MS.........................................      $7,332,000
Research, Technology and Economic Development Park, 
    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS........       7,332,000
Innovation and Commercialization Park, Infrastructure 
    and Building Construction and Equipage, University 
    of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS............       1,598,000
Life Sciences Building, University of Alabama, 
    Montgomery, AL......................................       5,000,000
Engineering and Science Center, University of South 
    Alabama, Mobile, AL.................................      30,000,000

    Also, within the amounts provided, the amended bill 
includes $30,080,000 for competitive grants for research 
science buildings. The research buildings should span all the 
applicable sciences, as they relate to the Department of 
Commerce. These grants shall be awarded to colleges, 
universities, and other non-profit science research 
organizations on a competitive basis. NIST is directed to 
report to the Appropriations Committees the criteria it will 
use in reviewing and ranking grant proposals.

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                  OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

    The amended bill includes $2,859,277,000 for Operations, 
Research, and Facilities, including $3,000,000 from the Coastal 
Zone Management Fund, instead of $2,850,556,000 as proposed by 
the House and $3,039,888,000 as proposed by the Senate. The 
amended bill includes a total direct obligation level of 
$2,941,277,000.
    Bill language is included providing for $5,000,000 for 
direct obligations from recoveries of prior year obligations; 
providing $235,000 within NMFS, in no year funding subject to 
section 209 of P.L. 108-447; placing a limitation on the amount 
available for corporate services administrative support costs 
to $206,484,000; placing a limitation on amounts to be paid to 
the Department of Commerce working capital fund, including the 
General Counsel to $34,164,000; limiting grant amounts to 
States and placing other restrictions on Coastal Zone 
Management grants; and providing $13,395,000 for the 
alleviation of economic impacts associated with Framework 42 on 
Massachusetts groundfish fishery.
    Of the amounts provided, $467,929,910 is for the National 
Ocean Service. These funds are distributed as follows:

       NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
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Navigation Services:
    Mapping & Charting...............................        $44,371,000
    Joint Hydrographic Center........................          7,247,000
    Electronic Navigational Charts...................          4,392,000
    Shoreline Mapping................................          2,366,000
    Address Survey Backlog/Contracts.................         26,355,000
    DUNE System Assessment & Shoreline Change                    869,500
     Analysis........................................
    Geodesy..........................................         21,729,000
    National Height Modernization....................          5,000,000
    Geodetic Survey--KY..............................            376,000
    Geodesy/Height Modernization--IL.................            352,500
    Geospatial Data Analysis Center, AL..............            423,000
    Alabama Statewide GIS mapping program, AL........            423,000
    Coastal and ocean navigation and hazards                     188,000
     assistance, SC..................................
    Tide & Current Data..............................         26,168,000
    Tide & Current Data in Alaska....................          1,316,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Navigation Services.....................        141,576,000
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Ocean Resources Conservation and Assessment:
    Ocean Assessment Program (OAP):
        Integrated Ocean Observing System............         26,360,000
        Alliance for Coastal Technologies............            940,000
        Coastal Services Centers.....................         23,426,400
        Coastal Storms...............................          1,464,150
        Coop Institute for Coastal and Estuarine               6,502,778
         Enviro Tech (CICEET)........................
        Ocean Health Initiative......................          2,928,300
        Coral Reef Programs..........................         29,283,300
        Gulf of Mexico Regional Collaboration........          4,880,500
        Lake Erie Monitoring, Bowling Green State                352,500
         University, OH..............................
        Louisiana Environmental Research Center......            352,500
        Coastal Restoration & Enhancement w/Science &          1,518,100
         Tech (CREST)................................
        Regional Geospatial Modeling Grants..........          8,000,000
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, Ocean Assessment Program (OAP)...        106,008,228
    Response and Restoration:
        Response and Restoration Base................         11,518,000
        Suisin Bay, CA Assessment Study..............          1,500,000
        Estuary Restoration Program..................          1,159,607
        Marine Debris................................          3,172,325
        Aquidneck Island Westside Plan...............            188,000
        Aquatic Resources Environmental Initiative,            1,128,000
         Eastern KY PRIDE............................
        Marine Debris Removal--Alaska................          1,316,000
        Pribilof Islands Cleanup and Economic                  5,297,000
         Development.................................
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, Response and Restoration.........         25,278,932
    National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
     (NCCOS):
        NCCOS Headquarters...........................          4,881,000
        Competitive Research.........................         11,713,000
        Center for Coastal Environmental Health &             13,665,000
         Biomedical Research.........................
        Oxford Cooperative Lab.......................          4,392,000
        Center for Sponsored Coastal Research........          2,635,000
        Center for Coastal Monitoring & Assessment...          4,474,000
        Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat               5,605,000
         Research....................................
        Marine Env. Health Research Lab--MEHRL.......          4,100,000
          Subtotal, National Centers for Coastal              51,465,000
           Ocean Science.............................
                                                      ------------------
            Total, Ocean Resources Conservation and          182,752,160
             Assessment..............................
                                                      ==================
Ocean and Coastal Management:
    CZM Grants.......................................         64,423,000
    CZM Program Administration.......................          6,735,000
    CZM Non-Point Implentation Grants................          3,904,000
    National Estuarine Research Reserve System.......         16,404,000
    Marine Protected Areas...........................          1,464,000
    Marine Sanctuary Program Base....................         46,853,000
    Maritime Museum, AL..............................            470,000
    Point Loma Enhanced Monitoring Program, CA.......            893,000
    Northwest Straits Citizens Advisory Commission,            1,562,750
     WA..............................................
    Urban Coast Institute, NJ........................            893,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Ocean and Coastal Management............        143,601,750
                                                      ==================
        Grand Total Nos..............................        467,929,910
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    The amended bill provides an additional $1,410,000 above 
the budget request to allow NOAA to begin supporting the entire 
maintenance and operations of the Physical Oceanographic Real-
Time System (PORTS), not just the system's design and 
installation, as authorized by Public Law 107-372. The 
Appropriations Committees believe these operations, which exist 
as a partnership between NOAA and local port authorities, have 
been an extremely valuable tool for providing information for 
safe vessel navigation and data for weather and coastal 
monitoring used by other national programs. As such, NOAA is 
directed to include sufficient and complete operational support 
for all of the national PORTS sites in future budget requests.
    The amended bill includes $1,500,000 for NOAA to conduct a 
sampling and analysis study on Suisun Bay, CA. The 
Appropriations Committee are greatly concerned about the 
environmental impact of the federally-owned obsolete vessels in 
Suisun Bay, CA on the marine environment. Funding may be used 
for activities relating to sampling and analysis to better 
understand toxic contamination caused by the vessels, and 
developing appropriate remediation recommendations that use the 
best available science and environmental practices.
    The Appropriations Committees recognize that NOAA, as 
directed, has initiated the consortium of sensor testbeds 
referred to as the Alliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT) and 
that this effort is providing vital services in the developing 
Integrated Ocean Observing System. NOAA, through the National 
Ocean Service, is directed to establish a Cooperative Institute 
for the purpose of advancing and sustaining this essential 
capability which is executed on a regional basis. NOAA is 
expected to identify funds for this capability in the fiscal 
year 2009 budget. Further, the Appropriations Committees 
strongly recommend that NOAA work with other federal agencies 
to expand both the capabilities and funding of this effort.
    NOAA is directed to enter into an agreement with the 
National Academy of Sciences to initiate a study on 
acidification of the oceans. This study, authorized by the 
Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 
2006, shall examine the impacts of ocean acidification on the 
United States.
    The amended bill adopts the House position of a specific 
amount for the administration of CZM grants instead of the 
Senate position which provided not less than 10 percent from 
the overall grant program.
    Within amounts provided, the amended bill includes 
$708,575,250 for the National Marine Fisheries Service.
    These funds are distributed as follows:

 NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
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Marine Mammals, Marine Turtles, and Marine Protected
 Species:
    Protected Species Research and Management Program        $33,187,000
    Marine Mammal Protection (MMP)...................         40,455,000
    Other Protected Species..........................          7,975,000
    Marine Turtles...................................         13,665,000
    Atlantic Salmon..................................          5,759,000
    Pacific Salmon (Salmon Management Activities)....         58,566,000
    Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Research.................            352,500
    Right Whale Disentanglement Program, Center for               94,000
     Coast Studies...................................
    SE Seiners Capacity Reduction Program, AK........            235,000
    Aleut Pacific Marine Resources Observers, AK.....            117,500
    Alaska Sea Life Center, AK.......................          3,478,000
    Alaska Sea Otter and Steller Sea Lion Commission,            202,100
     AK..............................................
    Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission, AK.........            141,000
                                                      ------------------
        Total, Marine Mammals, Marine Turtles, and           164,227,100
         Marine Protected Species....................
                                                      ==================
Fisheries Research and Management:
    Fisheries Research and Management Programs.......        135,533,000
    Expand Annual Stock Assessments--Improve Data             31,631,000
     Collection......................................
    Maine and New Hampshire Inshore Trawl Survey.....            188,000
    Economics and Social Sciences Research...........          5,857,000
    Salmon Management Activities.....................         23,426,000
    Regional Councils and Fisheries Commissions......         25,701,000
    Fisheries Statistics.............................         12,868,000
    Fish Information Networks........................         21,675,000
    Survey and Monitoring Projects...................         14,642,000
    Fisheries Oceanography...........................            968,000
    American Fisheries Act...........................          4,881,000
    Interjurisdictional Fisheries Grants.............          2,506,000
    National Standard 8..............................            992,000
    Reduce Fishing Impacts on Essential Fish Habitat             497,000
     (EFH)...........................................
    Reducing Bycatch.................................          2,741,000
    Product Quality and Safety.......................          6,810,000
    Migratory Shark Research at Mote Marine                    1,504,000
     Laboratory......................................
    Reef Fish Monitoring and Research, FL Fish &                 940,000
     Wildlife Conservation Commission................
    Chesapeake Bay Multi Species Fisheries Management            352,500
    Gulf Oyster Industry Program, University of                  188,000
     Florida.........................................
    Narraganset Bay Window Program, University of                916,500
     Rhode Island Coastal Institute..................
    Oyster Hatchery Economic Pilot Program, Morgan               470,000
     State University, MD............................
    Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument                 6,697,500
     Fishery assistance, HI..........................
    Massachussetts groundfish support, MA............         13,395,000
    Monkfish and Migratory Finfish Trawl Surveys, NJ.          1,339,500
    Southern New England Cooperative Research                  1,339,500
     Initiative, RI..................................
    Hawaii Seafood Safety and Inspections, HI........            669,750
    Trawl Survey, Chesapeake Bay.....................            446,500
    Horseshoe Crab Research, Virginia Tech, VA.......            446,500
    Oregon Salmon Weak Stock Solutions Research, OR..            446,500
    Fisheries Infrastructure, Investigation,                     376,000
     Assessment & Improvement Project, AL............
    Scallop Fishery Assessment, MA...................          1,786,000
    Center for Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management,           2,632,000
     AL..............................................
    Pelagic Tagging, CA..............................            446,500
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Fisheries Research and Management.......        325,308,250
                                                      ==================
Enforcement and Observers:
    Enforcement and Surveillance.....................         53,371,000
    Observers/Training...............................         31,523,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Enforcement and Observers/Training......         84,894,000
                                                      ==================
Habitat Conservative & Restoration:
    Sustainable Habitat Management...................         18,685,000
    Fisheries Habitat Restoration....................         25,379,000
    Mill River Habitat Restoration, MA...............            376,000
    Bronx River Restoration, NY......................            940,000
    NAIB Conservation and Education Programs, MD.....            893,000
    Port Aransas Nature Preserve, TX.................            329,000
    Chesapeake Bay Oyster Restoration, MD............          1,786,000
    Oyster Bed Reseeding and Fishery Habitat                     940,000
     Enhancement, AL.................................
    Rehabilitation of Alaska Crab, AK................            282,000
    Lower Elwha River Habitat Restoration, WA........            446,500
    Merrimack river Fish Habitat, NH.................            188,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Habitat Conservation & Restoration......         50,244,500
                                                      ==================
Other Activities Supporting Fisheries:
    Cooperative Research.............................         10,068,000
    Antarctic Research...............................          3,032,000
    Aquaculture......................................          3,416,000
    Chesapeake Bay Studies...........................          1,920,000
    Climate Regimes & Ecosystem Productivity.........          1,464,000
    Computer Hardware and Software...................          3,299,000
    Information Analyses & Dissemination.............         18,481,000
    Magnuson-Stevens Act Implementation off Alaska...          7,321,000
    Marine Resources Monitoring, Assessment &                    822,000
     Prediction Program (MarMap).....................
    National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).........          7,882,000
    NMFS Facilities Maintenance......................          5,902,000
    Other Projects...................................          4,881,000
    Southeast Area Monitoring & Assessment Program             4,392,000
     (SEAMAP)........................................
    La Jolla Temporary Relocation....................            976,000
    Anadromous Grants................................          1,952,000
    Science Consortium for Ocean Replenishment at                846,000
     Mote Marine Lab.................................
    East Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Industry, East              423,000
     Coast Shellfish Research Institute..............
    Lobster Institute CORE Initiative, University of             188,000
     Maine, ME.......................................
    NOAA Save the Bay Education Program & Shellfish              188,000
     Restoration.....................................
    Aquatic Genomics and Biosecurity Research, AL....            940,000
    Groundline Exchange Program, ME..................            376,000
    Bering Sea Fishermen's Association, AK...........            188,000
    Yukon River Drainage Association, AK.............            376,000
    Gulf of Alaska Coastal Communities Coalition, AK.            188,000
    Louisiana Fisheries Recovery Resource Center, LA.            491,150
    New England Multi-Species Survey, MA.............          2,679,000
    Western Pacific Pelagic Fisheries Research, HI...          1,116,250
    Fishing Mortality Education Program, AL..........             94,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Other Activities Supporting Fisheries...         83,901,400
                                                      ==================
        Grand Total NMFS.............................        708,575,250
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    The amended bill provides $25,379,000 for Fisheries Habitat 
Restoration, which is $5,893,000 below the President's 
requested level. The Appropriations Committees recognize that 
significant administration priorities are embedded in this 
account and direct NOAA to determine the level of funding 
necessary for each of those priorities within the funding 
provided, without cutting into base program funding. The 
Committees further understand that the Penobscot River Habitat 
Restoration project is a timely opportunity to leverage current 
regional resources to revitalize this large-scale marine and 
estuarine habitat. However, the Committees have strong concerns 
about NOAA taking the full, long-term financial lead in such a 
large, cross-agency project, especially since a majority of the 
requested funds will be spent purchasing privately-owned dams. 
Though the Committees recognize NOAA's expertise in smaller dam 
removal and fish passageway projects, this project is an order 
of magnitude larger than any previous project undertaken by the 
agency, and pushes the limits of the agency's authority to use 
funds from NMFS's operations account to purchase multi-million 
dollar facilities. The Appropriations Committees admonish the 
administration for carelessly exposing NMFS's base funding to 
future large-scale, redevelopment projects that would 
jeopardize the agency's financial support for standard national 
fisheries activities and responsibilities. Given that this is a 
multi-year project, NOAA is directed to coordinate with the 
Departments of the Interior and Energy, and the U.S. Army Corps 
of Engineers to determine an appropriate role for the agency 
solely as a habitat restoration advisor to its Federal and 
State partners, and eliminate the agency's questionable role as 
a broker for future large-scale, riverine construction 
projects. In future years, the Appropriations Committees will 
support NOAA's participation in habitat restoration projects, 
which is an on-going, environmental assessment process, but 
will no longer appropriate funds from the ORF account to 
purchase costly, private dams.
    The amended bill includes $6,697,500 for assistance related 
to the fishery impacts associated with the creation of the 
Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument in the State of 
Hawaii. For more than 30 years, fishing in the Monument area 
has been carefully managed by the Western Pacific Fishery 
Management Council based on the best available scientific 
information. During that time, limited and highly regulated 
sustainable fisheries have provided lobsters and bottomfish to 
Hawaii and U.S. consumers. Due to both mandatory and voluntary 
conservation measures undertaken by these fishery participants, 
the area is widely considered a near-pristine marine ecosystem. 
The Presidential proclamation will end all commercial fishing 
in the Monument as of June 15, 2011. The amended bill provides 
specific authorization to the Secretary of Commerce to provide 
compensation to fishery participants who will be displaced by 
the 2011 closure.
    Additionally, the amended bill provides $13,395,000 to the 
Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries to alleviate 
economic impacts associated with Framework 42 regulations on 
the Massachusetts groundfish fishery.
    The Appropriations Committees are aware that devices such 
as the modified Jones-Davis and extended funnel bycatch 
reduction devices are intended to help the fishermen comply 
with the requirement to use bycatch reduction devices (BRD) 
while retaining their shrimp catch. It is the Appropriations 
Committees understanding that NOAA spent approximately 
$1,100,000 in fiscal year 2007 to distribute BRDs. NOAA is 
encouraged to increase the number of devices it plans to 
distribute for fiscal year 2008, especially for shrimpers 
impacted by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
    The amended bill provides $1,786,000 for oyster restoration 
in the Chesapeake Bay and adopts the Senate position with 
regard to the use of those funds. The funds provided for oyster 
restoration in the Maryland waters of the Chesapeake Bay shall 
be for on-the-ground and in-the-water restoration efforts and 
shall not be used for administrative costs, including banquets 
or salaries.
    Further, the Appropriations Committees are supportive of 
restoration of headwater streams to improve Bay water quality.
    Finally, NOAA is urged to continue to support research 
activities including those related to the blue fin tuna.
    Within the funds provided, the amended bill includes 
$387,942,300 for the Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Research.
    These funds are distributed as follows:

  OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH OPERATIONS, RESEARCH AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                         recommendation
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Climate Research:
    Laboratives & Cooperative Institutes.............        $53,500,000
    Climate Observations & Services..................          8,068,000
    Competitive Research Program.....................        130,116,000
    High Performance Computing Initiatives...........         12,659,000
    Drought Research Study, AL.......................            752,000
    Understanding Abrupt Climate Change, ME..........            376,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Climate Research........................        205,471,000
                                                      ==================
Weather & Air Quality Research Programs:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes............         46,000,000
    Tornado Severe Storm Research/Phased Array Radar.          2,901,000
    Wind Hazards Reduction Program, IA...............            613,000
    Project STORM Air Quality Initiative, IA.........            613,000
    San Joaquin Valley Ozone Study, CA...............            133,950
    Advanced Radar Technologies, WY..................             94,000
    Coastal and Inland Hurricane Monitoring and                  611,000
     Protection Program, AL..........................
    Tornado and Hurricane Operations and Research, AL            846,000
    Coastal Weather for Catastrophic Events, AL......            285,500
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Weather & Air Quality Research..........         52,070,450
                                                      ==================
Ocean, Coastal & Great Lakes Research:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes............         23,000,000
    National Sea Grant College Program...............         57,100,000
    National Undersea Research Program (NURP)........         10,000,000
    National Institute of Undersea Science and                 4,700,000
     Technology......................................
    Ocean Exploration................................         19,522,000
    Aquatic Invasive Species Research................          4,600,000
    Marine Aquaculture Research......................          4,881,000
    Shedd Aquarium Invasive Species Program, IL......            940,000
    Lake Champlain Emerging Threats, VT..............            400,000
    Advanced Undersea Vehicle, CT....................            401,850
    International Arctic Research Center, AK.........          2,397,000
    Coastal vulnerability to climate change study, AK            940,000
    New Hampshire Lake Host Program, NH..............            188,000
    New Hampshire Volunteer Lake Assessment Program,              94,000
     NH..............................................
    Collaborative R&D Initiative for the Gulf of                 752,000
     Mexico, AL......................................
    Lake Champlain Research Consortium, VT...........            250,000
    West Alabama Marine Shrimp and Fish Aquaculture,             235,000
     AL..............................................
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Ocean, Coastal & Great Lakes Research...        130,400,850
                                                      ==================
        Grand Total OAR..............................        387,942,300
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Although the Appropriations Committees approved the overall 
OAR reprogramming that permitted the merger of Ocean 
Exploration (OE) and the National Undersea Research Program 
(NURP) in 2006, the Appropriations Committees await a 
formalized plan detailing the breakout and vision of any new 
structure. Given the diverse portfolios and direction of NURP 
and OE, the Appropriations Committees are concerned about how 
financially combining these two unique programs will impact 
their contributions to NOAA's mission. Therefore, the amended 
bill provides separate funding for NURP and OE as detailed in 
the Oceanic and Atmospheric Research chart. If the 
administration continues to propose combining NURP and OE in 
future years, NOAA is directed to provide a strategic and 
financial plan for such a merger with the administration's 
fiscal year 2009 budget request. NOAA is directed to distribute 
the funds provided for NURP equally among each of the existing 
six NURP centers. The Appropriations Committees recognize and 
support NOAA's desire to develop a comprehensive extramural and 
intramural program of ocean exploration, advanced technology 
development, strategic research and education. The Committees 
recognize the benefits of an east coast consortium approach and 
direct the east coast NURP Centers to develop a synergistic 
plan for undersea research, technology development and 
education beginning in fiscal year 2009.
    The Appropriations Committees recognize the need for 
additional low level radar coverage in Wyoming and along the 
outer coast of Washington State. The amended bill provides 
$94,000 for NOAA and the National Weather Service to work with 
the University of Massachusetts and the National Science 
Foundation, under the umbrella of the Collaborative Adapting 
Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) program, to conduct a study to 
determine the applicability to northeastern Wyoming and other 
regions the feasibility of integrating a number of small-scale 
Doppler radar technologies into future National Weather Service 
observing systems.
    The Appropriations Committees are encouraged by NOAA's 
request to increase the Nation's research knowledge within the 
field of aquaculture and direct NOAA to distribute the funding 
provided equally among three regions: Atlantic, Pacific, and 
Gulf of Mexico.
    Finally, the Appropriations Committees support measurement 
and modeling of speciated mercury by the Air Resources 
Laboratory.
    Within funds provided, the amended bill includes 
$805,293,480 for the National Weather Service. These funds are 
distributed as follows:

      NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OPERATIONS, RESEARCH AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Conference
                                                         Recommendation
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Observations, Forecasts, and Communications:
    Local Warnings and Forecasts:
        Local Warnings and Forecasts Base............       $579,000,000
        Air Quality Forecasting......................          5,315,000
        Alaska Data Buoys............................          1,643,000
        Sustain Cooperative Observer Network.........          1,826,000
        NOAA Profiler Network........................          4,623,000
        Pacific Island Compact.......................          3,431,000
        USWRP-US Weather Research Program-THORPEX....          5,857,000
        Strengthen U.S. Tsunami Warning Network......         23,196,000
        Susquehanna River Basin Flood System, PA.....          1,786,000
        Urbanet III, MD..............................          5,358,000
        Vanderburgh County Outdoor Warning Siren                 126,900
         System......................................
        Weather Bouy for Natucket Sound..............            235,000
        Delaware River Enhanced Flood Warning System.            235,000
        New England Weather Technology Initiative, NH            188,000
        Vermont Weather & Wind Data Integration, VT..            200,000
        Hawaii Rain Gages for NWS Pacific Region HQ,             321,480
         HI..........................................
        Hurricane Mitigration Alliance, FL...........            446,500
        Hawaii Weather Buoy, HI......................          1,250,200
        Perdido Pass Navigation Assistance, AL.......            282,000
        Eye-On-The-Sky, VT...........................            229,400
        Western Kentucky Environmental Monitoring                705,000
         Network, KY.................................
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, Local Warnings and Forecasts.....        636,254,480
    Operations and Research:
        Advanced Hydrological Prediction Services....          5,893,000
        Aviation Weather.............................          4,542,000
        WFO Maintenance..............................          7,141,000
        Central Forecast Guidance (includes Hurricane         51,975,000
         Center).....................................
        Improved hydrologic modeling of water                     94,000
         resources, ID...............................
        Remote Infrasonic Monitoring of Natural                1,645,000
         Hazards, MS.................................
        Regional Ensembling System for Atmospheric             1,410,000
         Dispersion, MS..............................
          Subtotal, Operations and Research..........         72,700,000
                                                      ------------------
            Total, Observations, Forecasts, and              708,954,480
             Communications..........................
                                                      ==================
Systems Operation & Maintenance:
    NEXRAD...........................................         43,120,000
    ASOS.............................................          8,679,000
    Weather Radio Transmitters and Communications....          2,297,000
    AWIPS............................................         36,863,000
    NWSTG Backup-CIP.................................          5,380,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Systems Operation & Maintenance.........         96,339,000
                                                      ==================
        Grand Total NWS..............................        805,293,480
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Appropriations Committees continue to remain concerned 
about radar coverage in the State of North Dakota and direct 
NOAA to maintain staffing and operations at the Williston Radar 
site through fiscal year 2008.
    The amended bill provides $5,358,000 within the National 
Weather Service for the Urbanet program's phase III. Of the 
additional funds provided: $1,339,500 is for certification 
costs of adding new stations in 10 cities and $4,018,500 is for 
ongoing operating costs. Data from Urbanet should be made 
available to not less than 25 National Weather Service Forecast 
Offices by the end of fiscal year 2008. In addition, NOAA 
should provide the Appropriations Committees with a report not 
more than 45 days after enactment which identifies additional 
operating costs, including maintenance on weather stations 
established in phases I and II of Urbanet, NOAA research costs 
on plume modeling, and transition costs so that National 
Weather Service can utilize MADIS as an operational system. 
Finally, NOAA should provide the Committees with a multi-year 
strategic plan concurrently with the 2009 budget submission for 
incorporating Urbanet, including migration to not less than the 
largest 40 metropolitan areas, and utilization by all 
applicable National Weather Service forecast offices.
    Within the funds provided for the Local Warnings and 
Forecast Base, NOAA is directed to examine ways to provide 
supplemental weather data to the FHWA and NOAA for enhanced 
planning, situational avoidance, operational support and 
predictive modeling to improve the safety, efficiency and 
reliability of our highways.
    Within the funds provided, the amended bill provides 
$179,153,750 for the National Environmental Satellite, Data, 
and Information Service.
    These funds are distributed as follows:

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE, DATA & INFORMATION SERVICE OPERATIONS,
                         RESEARCH AND FACILITIES
                        (In thousands of dollars)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Conference
                                                        Recommendations
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environmental Satellite Observing Systems:
    Satellite Command and Control Base...............        $36,084,000
    NSOF Operations..................................          7,351,000
    Product Processing and Distribution..............         29,681,000
    Product Development, Readiness & Application.....         19,537,000
    Product Development, Readiness & Application               3,769,000
     (Ocean Remote Sensing)..........................
    Joint Center/Accelerate Use of Satellites........          3,180,000
    Commercial Remote Sensing Licensing & Enforcement          1,232,000
    Office of Space Commercialization................            597,000
    Group on Earth Observations (GEO)................            488,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Environmental Satellite Observing               101,919,000
       Systems.......................................
                                                      ==================
Data Centers & Information Services:
    Archive, Access & Assessment.....................         33,848,000
    Data and Information Archive Service.............         20,962,000
    Coastal Data Development.........................          4,398,000
    Environmental Data Systems Modernization.........          9,179,000
    Cooperative Institute for Remote Sensing                   1,034,000
     Applications, AL................................
    International Pacific Research Center, HI........          1,786,000
    Regional Climate Centers, NE, IL, NY, NC, LA, NV.          3,572,000
    Integrated Data and Environmental Applications             2,455,750
     Center, HI......................................
                                                      ------------------
      Total, NOAA's Data Centers & Information                77,234,750
       Services......................................
                                                      ==================
        Grand Total NESDIS...........................        179,153,750
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Within the funds provided, the amended bill includes 
$392,382,310 for Program Support. These funds are distributed 
as follows:

          PROGRAM SUPPORT OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Conference
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corporate Services:
    Under Secretary and Associate Offices Base.......        $28,843,000
    Facilities.......................................         18,501,000
    NOAA Wide Corporate Services & Agency Management.        124,000,000
    IT Security......................................            976,000
    DOC Working Capital Fund.........................         34,164,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Corporate Services......................        206,484,000
                                                      ==================
NOAA Education Program:
    Competitive Educational Grants...................          4,881,000
    Educational Partnership Program/Minority Serving          13,920,000
     Institutions (EPPMSI)...........................
    BWET Regional Programs...........................          7,323,562
    BWET California..................................          2,350,000
    JASON Educational and Outreach...................          2,209,000
    Narragansett Bay Marine Education (Save the Bay).            893,000
    Mt. Washington Observatory Education Outreach Exp            423,000
     Initiative......................................
    Training next generation weather forecasters--San            211,500
     Jose State Univ.................................
    Meterological Equipment--Valparaiso University,              817,800
     Indiana.........................................
    Educational Simulations Extreme Weather Events--             188,000
     Wheeling Jesuit Univ., WV.......................
    John Smith Water Trail, Chesapeake Bay...........            446,500
    Center for the Great Lakes, IL...................            260,000
    Anacostia Watershed Education, MD................            133,950
                                                      ------------------
      Total, NOAA Education Program..................         34,057,312
                                                      ==================
Marine Operations & Maintenance:
    Marine Services..................................        109,891,000
    Fleet Planning and Maintenance...................         16,773,000
    Aviation Services................................         25,177,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Marine Operations & Maintenance.........         15,841,000
                                                      ==================
      Grand Total PS (Rounding)......................        392,382,310
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    While the Appropriations Committees remain concerned about 
the management issues at NOAA, they do not adopt the Senate 
report language regarding a study by the National Academy of 
Public Administration.
    The amended bill provides $9,673,562 for the B-WET 
programs, of which $2,350,000 is for the California B-WET. The 
Appropriations Committees enthusiastically believe in the goals 
of this program and continue to support the existing B-WET 
programs in California, the Chesapeake Bay region, and in 
Hawaii. The amended bill provides additional resources for NOAA 
to expand the program into other regions, including the 
Northern Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Northwest, and New 
England.
    This account consolidates all the items within the 
administration's request for ``Marine Operations and 
Maintenance'', including the administration's request of 
$5,600,000 for operations and maintenance of the Okeanos 
research vessel. These funds are appropriated as a direct 
adjustment to the base of the Marine Operations account without 
supporting the requested $4,600,000 transfer of funds from the 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research account. Far too often NOAA's 
Marine and Aviation Operations rely on transfers of funds from 
NOAA line offices for non-science vessel operations, which 
distort the true costs of basic operations for these valuable, 
national assets. In future fiscal years, NOAA is required to 
provide a budget request for basic vessel operations that does 
not include funding transfers from other line offices for basic 
vessel operations.
    NOAA is directed to provide to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees, within 18 months of enactment of 
this Act, a study that evaluates the design and operations of 
future research vessels in the form of a NOAA Survey Vessel for 
multi-mission operations, to maximize on-site activities and 
modularize for versatile platform availability.
    NOAA is directed to increase the number of officers 
authorized to serve within the ranks of the NOAA Commissioned 
Officer Corps from 299 to 321.

               PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION

    The amended bill provides $979,207,000 for Procurement, 
Acquisition and Construction instead of $1,039,098,000 as 
proposed by the House and $1,059,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.
    These funds are distributed as follows:

                PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Conference
                                                         recommendation
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National Ocean Service:
    Coastal and Estuarine Land Protection Program (no         $8,000,000
     more than 3% admin.)............................
    National Estuarine Research Reserve Construction           7,043,000
     & Land Acquisition..............................
    Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve             94,000
    Marine Sanctuaries Construction/Acquisition......          9,522,000
    NGI Science Center Building, Stennis.............          4,700,000
    Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center..........         11,060,000
    Center for Marine Aquaculture, MS................          7,520,000
    National Marine Sanctuary Learning Center, HI....          1,786,000
    Gulf of Farralones NMS Exhibit, CA...............            669,750
    Thunder Bay NMS Exhibit, MI......................          1,786,000
    Mill Creek/Wickford Cove Conservation, RI........            893,000
    Great Bay Partnership, NH........................          3,525,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, National Ocean Service--PAC.............         56,598,750
                                                      ==================
National Marine Fisheries Service:
    Aquatic Resources Environmental Initiative,                  470,000
     Eastern KY PRIDE................................
    Center for Aquatic Resource Management, AL.......          1,551,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, National Marine Fisheries Service--PAC..          2,021,000
                                                      ==================
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research:
    Research Supercomputing/CCRI.....................         10,131,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total, Oceanic and Atmospheric Research--PAC...         10,131,000
                                                      ==================
National Weather Service:
    Systems Acquisition:
        ASOS.........................................          1,596,000
        AWIPS........................................         12,459,000
        NEXRAD.......................................          8,176,000
        NWSTG Legacy Replacement.....................          1,166,000
        Radiosonde Network Replacement...............          3,918,000
        Weather and Climate Supercomputing...........         25,544,000
        Cooperative Observer Network Modernization             4,133,000
         (NERON).....................................
        NOAA Profiler Network........................          4,978,000
        Complete and Sustain NOAA Weather Radio......          5,460,000
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, NWS Systems Acquisition..........         67,430,000
    Construction:
        WFO Construction.............................         12,272,250
        Center for Weather & Climate Prediction               26,410,000
         (NCEP)......................................
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, NWS Construction.................         38,682,250
            Total, National Weather Service--PAC.....        106,112,250
                                                      ==================
NESDIS:
    Systems Acquisition & Construction:
        Satellite Acquisition........................        761,358,000
        EOS & Advanced Polar Data Processing,                    966,000
         Distribution & Archiving Systems............
        CIP--single point of failure.................          2,706,000
        Comprehensive Large Array Data Stewardship             6,321,000
         System (CLASS)..............................
        NPOESS Preparatory Data Exploration..........          2,396,000
        Satellite CDA Facility.......................          2,175,000
                                                      ------------------
          Total, NESDIS--PAC.........................        775,922,000
                                                      ==================
Program Support:
    Construction:
        Pacific Regional Facility....................         20,000,000
        Construction (Sec. 212)......................          2,928,000
        Woods Hole Berthing Area for Bigelow.........            235,000
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, Construction.....................         23,163,000
    OMAO Fleet Replacement:
        Fisheries Survey Vessel (design phase for #5             940,000
         and #6).....................................
        Hydro Survey Launch Construction.............          2,343,000
        Vessel Equip. & Tech Refresh.................          1,000,000
        Temporary Berthing for HENRY B. BIGELOW......            976,000
          Subtotal, OMAO Fleet Replacement...........          5,259,000
                                                      ------------------
            Total, Program Support--PAC..............         28,422,000
                                                      ==================
              Grand Total PAC........................        979,207,000
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    The amended bill provides $8,000,000 for the CELCP program. 
The Appropriations Committees are pleased that the program has 
migrated towards a 100 percent competitive, merit-based 
selection process. The amended bill does not adopt Senate 
language directing NOAA to reopen the 2008 competition.
    It is noted that the fiscal year 2008 budget request 
included funding for the Hyperspectral Environmental Suite 
(HES) which was cancelled from the GOES-R program in September 
2006. The funding provided in the amended bill for GOES-R has 
been reduced accordingly.
    The Appropriations Committees remain concerned and 
frustrated with regard to NOAA's satellite programs. The 
Committees firmly believe that continuous oversight by the 
Congress, specifically by the Appropriations Committees, is 
necessary given NOAA's recent history in procuring satellite 
systems. The Appropriations Committees are aware that a recent 
Government Accountability Office (GAO) report indicates that 
independent cost estimates for the GOES-R satellite program 
have increased by $2,000,000,000. As a result, the amended bill 
includes a general provision to the bill that is similar to the 
Defense Department's Nunn-McCurdy notification procedure. In 
addition, NOAA is directed to provide quarterly updates to the 
Appropriations Committees regarding all of its satellite 
programs, including staffing plans, budget, and technical 
risks.
    Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act.--The funds included in 
the amended bill for the Mill Creek, Wickford Cove Conservation 
project will be used expressly to acquire lands or interest in 
lands that include significant conservation, recreation, 
ecological, historical or aesthetic values.

                    PACIFIC COASTAL SALMON RECOVERY

    The amended bill provides $67,000,000 for the Pacific 
Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund, instead of $64,825,000 as 
proposed by the House and $90,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.

                      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT FUND

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

    The amended bill includes language proposed by the House 
and Senate transferring not to exceed $3,000,000 from the 
Coastal Zone Management Fund to the ``Operations, Research, and 
Facilities'' account.

                   FISHERIES FINANCE PROGRAM ACCOUNT

    The amended bill includes language to allow for NOAA to 
obligate funds for Individual Fishing Quota loans and 
traditional direct loans.

                        Departmental Management


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $44,294,000 for this account, 
instead of $18,693,000 as proposed by the House and $53,193,000 
as proposed by the Senate. Within the amount provided, the 
amended bill includes funds for the blast mitigation initiative 
for the Herbert C. Hoover Building (HCHB). The amended bill 
concurs with the Department's recommendation that the National 
Medal of Technology shall be managed by the National Institute 
of Standards and Technology (NIST).

                   HCHB RENOVATION AND MODERNIZATION

    The amended bill includes $3,722,000 for the HCHB 
Renovation, instead of $3,364,000 as proposed by the House and 
$5,100,000 as proposed by the Senate. Within the funds provided 
the following project is funded: $714,400 is for the National 
Aquarium, Washington, DC, for HCHB rental payments and cost of 
planning and design of new space within HCHB.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

    The amended bill includes $22,020,000, instead of 
$23,426,000 as proposed by the House and Senate for the Office 
of Inspector General.

                   NATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

                    ENFORCEMENT COORDINATION COUNCIL

    The amended bill does not include funding under this 
heading for the National Intellectual Property Law Enforcement 
Coordination Council. Instead, the amended bill includes 
authority that the United States Patent and Trademark Office 
may transfer $1,000,000 to the Departmental Management account 
for costs associated with the National Intellectual Property 
Law Enforcement Coordination Council.

               General Provisions--Department of Commerce


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

    The amended bill includes the following General Provisions 
for the Department of Commerce:
    Section 101.--The amended bill includes section 101 making 
Department of Commerce funds available for advanced payment 
only upon certification of officials designated by the 
Secretary that such payments are considered to be in the public 
interest.
    Section 102.--The amended bill includes section 102 making 
appropriations for the Department for Salaries and Expenses 
available for hire of passenger motor vehicles, and for 
services, uniforms and allowances as authorized by law.
    Section 103.--The amended bill includes section 103 
providing authority to transfer funds between Department of 
Commerce appropriation accounts and requiring notification to 
the Committees of certain actions.
    Section 104.--The amended bill includes section 104 
providing that any costs incurred by the Department in response 
to funding reductions shall be absorbed within total budgetary 
resources available.
    Section 105.--The amended bill includes section 105 
extending guarantee authority and making appropriations for 
salaries and administrative expenses to administer the 
Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee Program available until 
expended.
    Section 106.--The amended bill includes section 106 
permanently prohibiting the use of any appropriated funds to 
trademark the phrase ``Last Best Place.''
    Section 107.--The amended bill includes section 107 
providing authority for ITA to use appropriated funds for 
sequestered North American Free Trade Act panelists.
    Section 108.--The amended bill includes section 108 
extending the Department of Commerce's personnel demonstration 
project.
    Section 109.--The amended bill includes section 109 making 
technical corrections related to the elimination of the 
Technology Administration.
    Section 110.--The amended bill includes section 110 
authorizing the Secretary of Commerce to prescribe and enforce 
standards or regulations affecting safety and health in the 
context of scientific and occupational diving with the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
    Section 111.--The amended bill includes section 111 
providing authority for a voluntary fishing capacity reduction 
program.
    Section 112.--The amended bill includes section 112 
establishing reporting requirements for the National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration with regard to its satellite 
acquisition programs where cost estimates exceed 20 percent 
above initial estimates.
    Section 113.--The amended bill includes section 113 
authorizing the Secretary to develop and maintain a list of 
vessels and owners engaged in illegal, unreported or 
unregulated fishing.
    Section 114.--The amended bill includes section 114 
providing for the establishment of the ``Climate Change Study 
Committee'' to investigate and study issues relating to global 
climate change and the organization by the National Academy of 
Sciences of a Summit on Global Climate Change.

                                TITLE II


                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $97,832,000 for General 
Administration, Salaries and Expenses, instead of $54,527,000 
as proposed by the House and $74,777,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.
    The following displays the amended bill for each office:

In thousands of dollars

Department Leadership:
    Attorney General..........................................    $5,260
    Deputy Attorney General...................................     4,814
      Office of Privacy and Civil   Liberties.................       380
    Associate Attorney General................................     1,767
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                    ____________________________________________________

        Subtotal..............................................    12,221
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                    ____________________________________________________
Intergov Relations/External Affairs:
    Public Affairs............................................     2,858
    Legislative Affairs.......................................     3,598
    Intergovernmental and Public Liaison......................       927
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                    ____________________________________________________

        Subtotal..............................................     7,383
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                    ____________________________________________________
Exec Support/Prof Resp:
    Legal Policy..............................................     5,601
    Professional Responsibility...............................     5,801
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                    ____________________________________________________

        Subtotal..............................................    11,402
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                    ____________________________________________________
Justice Management Division...................................    66,826
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                    ____________________________________________________
            Total General Administration......................    97,832

    Gangs.--As stated in the House Report, there is concern 
with the threats posed by the growth of violent street gangs. 
The Attorney General is directed to submit a report on the 
growth of violent gangs in suburban areas that may not have the 
resources to fight gangs that large cities do. The report 
should address specific gangs, drug trafficking organizations, 
the regions in which they operate, and the federal resources 
allocated to containing these gangs. The report shall be 
submitted no later than April 1, 2008.
    The amended bill does not include language contained in the 
Senate Report on the National Drug Intelligence Center.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY

    The amended bill provides $85,540,000 for this account 
instead of $100,500,000 as proposed by the House and 
$90,795,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill includes not less than $19,740,000 for the 
unified financial management system instead of $21,000,000 as 
proposed by the House and Senate.

            TACTICAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

    The amended bill provides $74,260,000 for this account 
instead of $81,353,000 as proposed by the Senate and 
$76,353,000 as proposed by the House.

                   ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW AND APPEALS

    The amended bill provides $240,649,000 in direct 
appropriations for this account, instead of $247,499,000 as 
proposed by the House and the Senate. The amended bill includes 
language designating $3,760,000 for the Legal Orientation 
Program, instead of $4,000,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill includes $8,000,000 in emergency funds for 
the Executive Office for Immigration Review to provide 
additional attorneys and judges for the Board of Immigration 
Appeals to adjudicate cases and appeals resulting from 
increased immigration enforcement actions.

                           DETENTION TRUSTEE

    The amended bill provides $1,225,920,000 for the Detention 
Trustee, instead of $1,265,872,000 as proposed by the Senate 
and $1,260,872,000 as proposed by the House.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

    The amended bill provides $70,603,000 for the Office of 
Inspector General (OIG), instead of $74,708,000, as proposed by 
the House and $73,700,000, as proposed by the Senate.
    The Appropriations Committees remain deeply concerned by 
management and oversight problems within the Justice 
Department. The OIG is directed to continue to investigate and 
report to the Appropriations Committees on the firings of U.S. 
Attorneys, the FBI's use of National Security Letters and the 
FBI's new case management system known as Sentinel, as directed 
in the House report.
    The amended bill also includes bill language directing the 
OIG to conduct an audit and report to the Appropriations 
Committees on all expenses of the legislative and public 
affairs offices of the Department of Justice, as directed by 
the Senate.
    The OIG is directed to audit competitive National Institute 
of Justice programs, projects and activities, including 
contracts and grants, awarded in the last three fiscal years. 
The audit shall examine whether these grants and contracts were 
awarded through a fair and open competitive process. The audit 
shall identify costs related to any grant or contract that are 
administrative in nature and provide a detailed breakout of how 
those costs were determined.

                    United States Parole Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $11,462,000 for the United States 
Parole Commission, instead of $12,194,000, as proposed by both 
the House and the Senate.

                            Legal Activities


            SALARIES AND EXPENSES, GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES

    The amended bill provides $745,549,000 for General Legal 
Activities, instead of $750,584,000 as proposed by the House 
and $753,000,000 as proposed by the Senate.

General Legal Activities

                        (In thousands of dollars)

                                                                 Amended
        Division                                             Bill Amount
Solicitor General.............................................    $9,883
Tax Division..................................................    92,781
Criminal Division.............................................   148,979
Civil Division................................................   250,115
Environment and Natural Resources.............................    99,365
Office of Legal Counsel.......................................     6,184
Civil Rights Division.........................................   114,450
INTERPOL--USNCB...............................................    23,252
Office of Dispute Resolution..................................       541
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                    ____________________________________________________

        Total.................................................  $745,549
    The amended bill includes $10,000,000 in emergency funds 
for the Civil Division Office of Immigration Litigation to 
provide 86 additional attorneys to address appeals resulting 
from increased immigration enforcement actions.

               THE NATIONAL CHILDHOOD VACCINE INJURY ACT

    The amended bill includes a reimbursement of $6,833,000 
from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund to the 
Department of Justice, as proposed by both the House and the 
Senate.

               SALARIES AND EXPENSES, ANTITRUST DIVISION

    The amended bill provides $147,819,000 for the Antitrust 
Division, instead of $155,097,000 as proposed by both the House 
and the Senate. This appropriation is offset by $139,000,000 in 
pre-merger filing fee collections, resulting in a direct 
appropriation of $8,819,000.

             SALARIES AND EXPENSES, UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS

    The amended bill provides $1,754,822,000 for the United 
States Attorneys, instead of $1,748,572,000 as proposed by the 
House, and $1,777,822,000, as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill includes programmatic increases to 
strengthen prosecutions of child exploitation, violent gangs, 
illegal immigration and human trafficking. Within the funds 
made available, $5,000,000 is provided to support the hiring of 
additional assistant U.S. Attorneys to prosecute offenses 
related to the sexual exploitation of children, as authorized 
by the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006.
    The amended bill includes $7,000,000 in emergency funds for 
the United States Attorneys for criminal and civil litigation 
resulting from increased immigration enforcement actions.
    The amended bill does not include a general provision in 
the Senate bill regarding Operation Streamline. The 
Appropriations Committees recognize the importance of Operation 
Streamline as a highly effective law enforcement operation for 
detaining, prosecuting, and deporting illegal aliens who cross 
the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. Initiated in December 2005 in 
Del Rio, TX, Operation Streamline is a multi-agency law 
enforcement initiative that involves the U.S. Attorney's 
Office, Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs 
Enforcement, the U.S. Marshals Service and dedicated Federal 
judges and magistrates of the Western District of Texas. 
Operation Streamline has instituted a zero-tolerance policy for 
illegal entry. The Department of Justice is directed to report 
to Congress on the impact of Operation Streamline and on the 
costs to implement law enforcement operations identical to 
Operation Streamline in all districts along the U.S.-Mexico 
border, and hire or reassign U.S. Attorneys and support staff 
to expand this program.

                   UNITED STATES TRUSTEE SYSTEM FUND

    The amended bill provides $209,763,000 for the United 
States Trustee System Fund, instead of $189,000,000 as proposed 
by the House and $231,899,000 as proposed by the Senate. The 
amended bill includes language authorizing the use of 
$184,000,000 in offsetting collections and the use of 
$20,000,000 in prior year unobligated balances. In addition, 
$5,000,000 is derived from interest in U.S. Securities, 
resulting in a direct appropriation of $763,000.

      SALARIES AND EXPENSES, FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION

    The amended bill includes $1,606,000, for the Foreign 
Claims Settlement Commission, instead of $1,709,000 as proposed 
by both the House and the Senate.

                     UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $864,219,000 for the United 
States Marshals Service (USMS) Salaries and Expenses account, 
instead of $883,766,000 as proposed by the House, and 
$904,705,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill provides $354,297,000 for judicial and 
courthouse security, which includes $11,437,000 to provide 
additional deputy marshals for judicial security.
    The amended bill includes $15,000,000 in emergency funds 
for the USMS for prisoner transportation, defendant productions 
and courthouse security resulting from increases in 
immigration-related Federal court proceedings. This funding 
will support the hiring of 100 additional deputy marshals.
    Within funds made available, $2,820,000 is provided to 
address substandard health and security conditions in the 
prisoner holding facilities occupied by the USMS in the 
Moultrie Courthouse Building of the District of Columbia. The 
USMS and the District of Columbia Courts are strongly urged to 
work together in a coordinated manner to develop a renovation 
and improvement plan for these facilities, as identified by the 
Office of Inspector General in report I-2007-008-R.
    Within funds provided, $2,820,000 is made available to 
establish new or expand existing regional fugitive task forces. 
Distribution of these resources should be based on the fugitive 
workload, giving emphasis to the workload created by the Adam 
Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The amended bill provides $2,304,000 for the United States 
Marshals Service Construction account, instead of $2,451,000 as 
proposed by the House, and $8,015,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.

                     FEES AND EXPENSES OF WITNESSES

    The amended bill provides $168,300,000 for Fees and 
Expenses of Witnesses, as proposed by both the House and the 
Senate.

           SALARIES AND EXPENSES, COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE

    The amended bill provides $9,794,000 for the Community 
Relations Service, as proposed by the House, instead of 
$10,230,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    Region Six, which encompasses Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, 
New Mexico, and Oklahoma, recently experienced racial unrest in 
Jena, Louisiana and there is concern about the slow response of 
the Community Relations Service to this incident. For this 
reason, the Community Relations Service is urged to send 
additional conciliators for this region to ensure that the area 
has sufficient staff and resources for the future.

                         ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND

    The amended bill provides $20,990,000 for the Assets 
Forfeiture Fund, as proposed by both the House and the Senate.

                       National Security Division


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $73,373,000, for the National 
Security Division, instead of $78,056,000 as proposed by both 
the House and the Senate.

                      Interagency Law Enforcement


                 INTERAGENCY CRIME AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT

    The amended bill includes $497,935,000, for Interagency 
Crime and Drug Enforcement, instead of $509,154,000 as proposed 
by both the House and the Senate.
    The amended bill includes the following amounts to 
reimburse agencies for their costs of participating in OCDETF 
task forces:

                        REIMBURSEMENT BY AGENCY


                        (In thousands of dollars)

Drug Enforcement Administration...............................  $193,264
Federal Bureau of Investigation...............................   134,051
United States Marshals Service................................     8,272
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives...........    11,151
United States Attorneys.......................................   130,726
Criminal Division.............................................     2,653
Tax Division..................................................       961
Administrative Support........................................     5,388
OCDETF Executive Office (OFC).................................    11,469
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                    ____________________________________________________

        Total.................................................  $497,935

                    Federal Bureau of Investigation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $6,493,489,000 for the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Salaries and Expenses account, 
instead of $6,503,611,000 as proposed by the House, and 
$6,395,250,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    Fixing the Budget Shortfall.--The Appropriations Committees 
concur with language in the House Report expressing frustration 
with the composition of the Department of Justice budget 
request for the FBI that used as a base the average of the 
House and Senate recommendations for fiscal year 2007 less one 
percent. The 2007 level for the FBI provided by the 110th 
Congress supported the full Administration request plus 
additional funds for the 2007 pay raise. It was expected that 
the Administration would recalculate the Department of 
Justice's current rate budget needs for fiscal year 2008 based 
on the actual 2007 base. The effect of the Administration's 
2008 budget gimmick is that agencies' fiscal year 2008 budget 
requests are not sufficient to fully fund the adjustments to 
base and program increases requested in fiscal year 2008. For 
the FBI's salaries and expenses account the result is a deficit 
of $139,170,000. If funded at the President's request level, 
the FBI would be required to address this shortfall through 
imposition of a limited hiring freeze, imposition of across-
the-board reductions to operational support programs, and 
deferment of program enhancements. The work of the FBI in 
counterterrorism and criminal investigations is too important 
to be subjected to budget gimmicks and therefore funds have 
been realigned to mitigate the impact of the salaries and 
expenses shortfall. The FBI is directed to realign $25,009,000 
within existing funds allocated to the Sentinel program to 
address this shortfall; to make available $18,000,000 from 
remaining funds previously made available to FBI Salaries and 
Expenses under P.L. 109-148 to further account for the budget 
shortfall; and to apply redirected funds to this shortfall.
    NGI-IAFIS and IDENT/IAFIS Interoperability.--The budget 
gimmick would also have impacted Criminal Justice Information 
Systems (CJIS) initiatives, therefore the FBI is also directed 
to use $11,000,000 from the CJIS prior-year user fee 
collections to fund improvements for IDENT/IAFIS 
Interoperability initiatives impacted by the budget gimmick, 
available until expended. In addition, $47,000,000 of 
enhancements requested in the President's Budget for Next 
Generation Identification (NGI), Regional Data Exchange (R-
DEx), IDENT/IAFIS Interoperability, and Combined DNA Index 
System (CODIS) are funded with prior-year user fee collections. 
As in previous years, under no circumstances is the FBI to 
divert funding collected through the CJIS user fee for any 
purpose other than CJIS, its refreshment plan, or a subsequent 
modernization plan for the current facility.
    Border Security and Immigration.--The amended bill provides 
the FBI $23,000,000 from the CJIS prior-year user fee 
collections to fund improvements for the IAFIS and its 
interoperability initiatives, to be available until expended, 
to support improvements to the FBI's IAFIS fingerprint system, 
including its interoperability with the Department of Homeland 
Security's (DHS) IDENT system. The FBI's fingerprint system 
supports immigration enforcement efforts by providing criminal 
history information on individuals arrested or being 
investigated by DHS.
    Counterterrorism and Cyber Security.--The amended bill 
provides the FBI $143,539,000 in emergency funds to address 
emerging threats in counterterrorism and cyber security for 
uses described in the fiscal year 2008 budget amendment.
    Hollow Work Years and Fee Adjustments.--The FBI's 
authorized position level does not represent a realistic 
workforce level, as is the case with several other Department 
of Justice accounts. At a time when the FBI is in dire need of 
both National Security and Criminal positions, the 
Administration is proposing to eliminate 2,700 unaffordable 
work years rather than identifying additional funding to 
address the problem. Therefore, the FBI is directed to 
eliminate 2,250 unaffordable work years and to devise a multi-
year plan that identifies funding for the remaining 450 
unaffordable work years. The FBI has reviewed all of its 
reimbursable agreements and updated the cost structure of its 
user fees. As such, the FBI's reimbursable positions should 
change accordingly. An additional 292 reimbursable positions 
are authorized.
    Criminal Investigations.--The amended bill does not include 
funds for new agents to combat violent crime as proposed by the 
Senate, but the FBI is directed to make funding for new agents 
to combat violent crime a top priority. In recent years there 
has been a marked decrease in the resources devoted by the FBI 
to criminal investigations. Between 2001 and 2007, the FBI's 
traditional resources for conducting criminal investigations 
decreased approximately 30 percent. While most violent crime is 
a local crime problem, State and local authorities depend upon 
the FBI for investigative, forensic, and technical assistance 
and leadership. The FBI's task force approach to combating 
street crime and gang violence is one of the successful 
strategies that contributed to the previous decrease in violent 
crimes. Accordingly, the FBI is encouraged to establish 
additional joint task forces to target violent crimes and gang 
violence.
    Innocent Images National Initiative.--The amended bill does 
not provide an increase over the budget request for the 
Innocent Images National Initiative as proposed by the Senate.
    The FBI is urged to expand the number of agents 
investigating Internet-related crimes against children by 
increasing agents and support positions to address the critical 
requirements for Federal law enforcement in attacking the 
problem of child sexual exploitation and child victimization.
    Intellectual Property Crime Enforcement.--The amended bill 
does not provide additional funds for the detection, 
investigation, and prosecution of domestic and international 
intellectual property crimes against the United States as 
proposed by the Senate. The FBI is urged to create an 
operational unit at FBI headquarters with agents dedicated 
solely to working with the Department of Justice's Computer 
Crime and Intellectual Property Section on complex, multi-
district and international criminal intellectual property cases 
and to increase agents assigned to the Department of Justice's 
25 Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Units dedicated 
solely to criminal intellectual property cases. The additional 
agents for this section shall investigate and support the 
criminal prosecution of the Federal intellectual property laws, 
including title 17, United States Code, sections 506, and 1204; 
title 18 United States Code, sections 1831, 1832, 2318, 2319, 
2319A, 2319B, and 2320. The FBI shall make similar agent 
increases as additional CHIP Units are created.
    Annuity Protection.--The FBI is directed to identify funds 
to protect the pensions of FBI agents who assumed supervisory 
positions before the FBI began implementation of the Field 
Office Supervisory Term Limit Policy. The annuity protection 
provision should be applied retroactively, since the Term Limit 
Policy has already been applied to agents who would be eligible 
for annuity protection.
    National Security Letters.--The FBI is directed to report 
within two months after enactment of this Act on what has been 
done to implement the recommendations in the March 2007 Office 
of Inspector General (OIG) report that identified numerous FBI 
abuses and misuses of National Security Letter (NSL) authority 
and what will be done in the future to catch mistakes and 
report to Congress on compliance with legal authorities.
    Report on Delayed Name Checks.--Not later than 60 days 
after the end of each fiscal year, the Director of the FBI 
shall submit a report that contains, with respect to the most 
recently completed fiscal year--
    (1) a statistical analysis of the number of name checks 
processed and pending, including check requests in process at 
the time of the report and check requests that have been 
received but are not yet in process;
    (2) the average time taken to complete each type of name 
check;
    (3) a description of the efforts and progress made by the 
Director in addressing any delays in completing such name 
checks; and
    (4) a description of the progress that has been made in 
automating files used in the name check process, including 
investigative files of the FBI.
    This report shall be submitted to the Appropriations 
Committees of the House and Senate, the Committee on the 
Judiciary of the Senate, the Committee on Homeland Security and 
Governmental Affairs of the Senate, the Committee on the 
Judiciary of the House of Representatives, and the Committee on 
Homeland Security of the House of Representatives.
    Work Force Realignment.--Not later than 60 days after the 
enactment of this Act, the Director of the FBI shall submit to 
the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate a report 
that evaluates the FBI's current work force allocation process 
and assesses the steps taken to right-sizing and realignment of 
agents, analysts and support personnel currently in field 
offices to better meet the FBI's mission requirements and 
priorities.
    Training.--As the nation's primary counterterrorism agency, 
the FBI must ensure that its personnel are trained to 
understand the nature of the terrorist threat in the United 
States, and how to go about defeating it. Within the amounts 
provided, the FBI is encouraged to expand training 
opportunities for Counterterrorism and Counterintelligence 
agents, analysts and linguists, specifically to address 
identifiable weaknesses in understanding radical and religion-
based terrorist doctrine, ideology and objectives, and in 
disrupting any such movements operating domestically. The FBI 
is to report to the Committees by February 28, 2008 on revised 
plans for Counterterrorism and Counterintelligence training, to 
include these elements.
    The amended bill does not include language on the National 
Motor Vehicle Title Information System as proposed by the 
House.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The amended bill provides $164,200,000 for FBI 
construction, instead of $28,191,000 as proposed by the House 
and $206,400,000 as proposed by the Senate. Of this amount, 
$45,000,000 shall be for the Terrorist Explosives Device 
Analytical Center.

                    Drug Enforcement Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill appropriates $2,096,818,000 for the Drug 
Enforcement Administration (DEA), instead of $2,081,818,000 as 
proposed by the House and $2,093,406,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.
    The amended bill provides funding above the budget request 
to support current operation levels and to enable DEA to lift 
the hiring freeze on agent and support personnel that has been 
in place since August 2006. This funding will allow DEA to fill 
200 special agent positions as well as related support 
positions that would otherwise remain vacant. With the 
resources provided in this amended bill and in the fiscal year 
2007 supplemental, the Administration's proposed reduction for 
``hollow FTE'' is not accepted. Some FTE and positions that had 
been proposed for elimination will be needed to support the 
restored staffing levels.
    Furthermore, the Administration's proposal to eliminate the 
Mobile Enforcement Teams (MET) program and reduce further the 
number of DEA agents and support staff is believed to be ill-
advised, and therefore the Administration is directed to use 
remaining funds above the request to continue this program. 
This will enable DEA to retain special agents, allowing DEA to 
continue assisting State and local law enforcement in their 
fight against methamphetamine and other dangerous drugs.
    The amended bill includes $2,000,000 in emergency funds to 
provide for nonpersonnel resources for a communications 
intercept program for Afghanistan. The initiative directly 
supports ongoing foreign-deployed advisory support teams (FAST) 
and strengthens interagency counter narcotics operations in 
Afghanistan.

          Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $984,097,000 for the Bureau of 
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), instead of 
$1,013,980,000 as proposed by the House and the Senate. The 
amended bill includes language as proposed by the House on the 
availability of gun trace data.
    License Revocations.--The ATF is directed to report on 
license revocations against firearms dealers based on 
violations that consist largely of recordkeeping errors.
    Open Rules.--The Appropriations Committees concur with 
language in the House Report regarding open rulemakings and the 
delay in resolving the rules due to staff shortages. The ATF to 
report within two months after enactment of this Act on the 
status of all open rules and the ATF's plans to address the 
backlog.
    Conversion of Records.--There is a need for ATF to convert 
Federal firearms records at the ATF National Tracing Center 
(NTC) to digital images. As these records are converted, search 
time for these records is reduced significantly. The ATF is 
urged to continue the conversion and integration of these 
records.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The amended bill includes $23,500,000 for construction of 
the National Center for Explosives Training and Research 
(NCETR), instead of no funding as proposed by the House and 
$35,000,000 as proposed by the Senate.

                         Federal Prison System


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $5,050,440,000 for the salaries 
and expenses of the Federal Prison System (FPS), instead of 
$5,171,440,000 as proposed by the House and $5,151,440,000, as 
proposed by the Senate.
    The funds provided for the salaries and expenses of the FPS 
shall be distributed as follows: $1,788,043,000 for Inmate Care 
and Programs; $2,275,246,000 for Institution Security and 
Administration; $806,129,000 for Contract Confinement; and 
$181,022,000 for Management and Administration.
    Inmate literacy, training and substance abuse treatment 
programs are cost-effective tools in reducing the societal 
costs of criminal recidivism. The FPS is directed to examine 
cost-effective ways to reduce the long waiting lists of inmates 
in need of residential and transitional drug treatment, and to 
expand inmate GED/literacy and occupational skills training 
programs.
    The FPS is expected to adhere to the prison activation 
schedule included in the budget submission. The FPS shall 
notify the Appropriations Committees of any deviations to the 
schedule.
    The FPS is commended 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, 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. The FPS is directed to 
continue these efforts and to report to the Appropriations 
Committees by March 31, 2008, on progress made in this area.

                        BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES

    The amended bill provides $372,720,000 for the 
construction, modernization, maintenance, and repair of prison 
and detention facilities housing Federal prisoners, instead of 
$95,003,000 as proposed by the House, and $495,000,000 as 
proposed by the Senate.
    Within funding provided, $278,720,000 is made available for 
new prison construction, and $70,000,000 is made available for 
modernization, maintenance and repair of existing facilities.

   LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES, FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, 
                              INCORPORATED

    The amended bill includes language placing a limitation on 
administrative expenses of $2,328,000 for Federal Prison 
Industries, Incorporated, instead of $2,477,000 as proposed by 
both the House and the Senate.

                    Office on Violence Against Women


       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS

    The amended bill provides $400,000,000 for violence against 
women prevention and prosecution programs, as proposed by the 
Senate, instead of $459,000,000 as proposed by the House.

Violence Against Women Prevention and Prosecution Programs

                        (In thousands of dollars)

                                                                 Amended
        Program                                              Bill Amount
STOP Grants...................................................  $183,800
    National Institute of Justice--R&D........................   (1,880)
    Transitional Housing Assistance...........................  (17,390)
Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies...........................    59,220
Rural Domestic Violence Assistance Grants.....................    40,420
Violence on College Campuses..................................     9,400
Civil Legal Assistance........................................    36,660
Sexual Assault Victims Services...............................     9,400
Elder Abuse Grant Program.....................................     4,230
Safe Havens Project...........................................    13,630
Education & Training for Disabled Female Victims..............     6,580
CASA (Special Advocates)......................................    13,160
Training for Judicial Personnel...............................     2,350
Stalking Database.............................................     2,820
Court Training and Improvements...............................     2,820
Services for Children/Youth Exposed to Violence...............     2,820
Advocates for Youth/Services for Youth Victims................     2,820
National Tribal Sex Offender Registry.........................       940
Research on Violence Against Indian Women.....................       940
Closed Circuit Television Grants..............................       940
Engaging Men and Youth in Prevention..........................     2,820
Training Programs to Assist Probation and Parole Officers.....     3,290
National Resource Center on Workplace Responses...............       940
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

        Total.................................................  $400,000

    The amended bill provides funding for several new programs 
authorized by the Violence Against Women and Department of 
Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005, including Sexual Assault 
Services, Court Training and Improvements, Services for 
Children/Youth Exposed to Violence, Advocates for Youth/
Services for Youth Victims, Engaging Men and Youth in 
Prevention, Research on Violence against Indian Women, and the 
National Tribal Sex Offender Registry. In addition, the amended 
bill provides funding for the National Resource Center on 
Workplace Responses, as authorized by the Violent Crime Control 
and Law Enforcement Act of 1994.
    Native American/Native Alaskan Liaison Office.--Native 
American and Native Alaskan women are faced with 
extraordinarily high incidences of violence. Within funds 
provided, the amended bill directs $2,820,000 to the State of 
Alaska for the Native American/Native Alaskan Liaison Office to 
provide services to victims of sexual assault and domestic 
violence in Alaska.

                       Office of Justice Programs


                           JUSTICE ASSISTANCE

    The amended bill provides $196,184,000 for Justice 
Assistance, instead of $250,000,000, as proposed by the House, 
and $240,000,000, as proposed by the Senate.

Justice Assistance

                        (In thousands of dollars)

                                                                 Amended
        Program                                              Bill Amount
National Institute of Justice.................................   $37,000
    NLECTCs...................................................  (19,740)
Bureau of Justice Statistics..................................    34,780
Victim Notification...........................................     9,400
Economic, high-tech and cybercrime prevention.................    11,280
Regional Info Sharing System..................................    40,000
Justice for All/DNA and Forensics.............................     2,820
    NIST/OLES.................................................     (705)
Missing Children Program......................................    50,000
Management and Administration.................................    10,904
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

        Total.................................................  $196,184

    National Institute of Justice.--The Office of Inspector 
General is directed to audit competitive National Institute of 
Justice programs, projects and activities, including contracts 
and grants, awarded in the last three fiscal years. The audit 
shall examine whether grants and contracts were awarded through 
a fair and open competitive process. The audit shall identify 
costs related to any grant or contract that are administrative 
in nature and provide a detailed breakout of how those costs 
were determined.
    National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).--Within funds 
provided, the Bureau of Justice Statistics is directed to 
appropriately fund the continuation of the NCVS, which is a 
critical source of information on crime victimization across 
the country.
    Missing Children.--The amended bill provides $50,000,000 
for the Missing Children Program. The Appropriations Committees 
recognize the critical roles played by national, State and 
local law enforcement agencies and non-profit organizations in 
protecting children from predators. The Department is strongly 
urged to fully engage such entities in the implementation of 
new and enhanced child protection programs.
    Regional Information Sharing System (RISS).--The amended 
bill provides $40,000,000 for regional information sharing to 
ensure the efficient and effective automated exchange of crime 
and terrorism information among Federal, State and local 
agencies. The Department is urged to consider the data sharing 
needs of rural law enforcement.
    Victim Notification.--The amended bill provides $9,400,000 
for the State Automated Victim Notification program. No funding 
may be used for this initiative from the Victims Assistance 
Program, and a 50 percent match is required from State, local 
or private sources.
    Economic, High-tech and Cybercrime Prevention.--The amended 
bill includes $11,280,000 to support and train State and local 
law enforcement agencies in the prevention, investigation, and 
prosecution of Internet, high-tech and economic crimes.
    Management and Administration.--The amended bill includes 
language capping the total amount made available for Office of 
Justice Programs management and administration at $127,915,000.

               STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE

    The amended bill provides $1,008,136,000 for the State and 
Local Law Enforcement Assistance account, instead of 
$1,380,000,000, as proposed by the House, and $1,430,000,000, 
as proposed by the Senate.

State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance

                        (In thousands of dollars)

                                                                 Amended
        Program                                              Bill Amount
Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants......................  $170,433
    National Institute of Justice.............................   (2,000)
    SLATT Intelligence State and Local Training...............   (2,000)
Byrne Discretionary Grants....................................   187,513
Byrne Competitive Grants......................................    16,000
Indian Assistance.............................................    22,440
    Tribal Prison Construction................................   (8,630)
    Indian Tribal Courts......................................   (8,630)
    Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse grants.................   (5,180)
State Criminal Alien Assistance Program.......................   410,000
Southwest Border Prosecutor Program...........................    30,080
Northern Border Prosecutor Program............................     2,820
Victims of Trafficking Grants.................................     9,400
State Prison Drug Treatment...................................     9,400
Drug Courts...................................................    15,200
Prescription Drug Monitoring..................................     7,050
Prison Rape Prevention and Prosecution........................    17,860
Capital Litigation............................................     2,500
Missing Alzheimer's Patients Grants...........................       940
Mentally Ill Offender Act.....................................     6,500
2008 Presidential Conventions Security........................   100,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

        Total.................................................$1,008,136

    Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program 
(JAG).--The amended bill provides $170,433,000 for JAG formula 
grants. Funding under this program is authorized for law 
enforcement programs; prosecution and court programs; 
prevention and education programs; corrections and community 
corrections programs; drug treatment and enforcement programs; 
planning, evaluation and technology improvement programs; and 
crime victim and witness programs other than compensation. 
Funding is not available for vehicles, vessels, or aircraft; 
luxury items; real estate; or construction projects. Within the 
funds provided, $2,000,000 is made available for training to 
improve State and local law enforcement intelligence 
capabilities; and $2,000,000 is made available for the National 
Institute of Justice to assist local units of government with 
the acquisition of new law enforcement technologies.
    Byrne Discretionary Grants.--The amended bill provides 
$187,513,000 for Byrne discretionary grants to help improve the 
functioning of the criminal justice system with an emphasis on 
violent crime, drugs, and serious offenders. Within the funds 
provided, the Office of Justice Programs is directed to review 
the following projects, to provide funding consistent with law 
and Congressional intent, and to report to the Appropriations 
Committees regarding the disbursement of these funds:

        Project                                                   Amount
``Missing Persons'' (Locating the Ones We Love), 
    Detroit, MI.........................................        $423,000
A Child is Missing GA, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to assist 
    law enforcement in finding missing children.........          70,500
A Child is Missing, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for A 
    Child Is Missing--South Dakota Initiative...........          89,300
A Child is Missing, Indiana.............................          47,000
A Child Is Missing, Montgomery, AL, for maintaining and 
    upgrading technology................................          47,000
A Child Is Missing, New Haven, CT.......................          94,000
A Child is Missing, New York............................         188,000
A Child is Missing, Texas...............................         446,500
A Child is Missing, UT, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to assist 
    law enforcement in finding missing children for 
    program in Utah.....................................          70,500
Abilene, TX, Police Department..........................         253,800
Abundant Life Church of God Family and Group Counseling 
    Program, Holbrook, NY...............................          94,000
Access Community Health Network Reentry Demonstration 
    Project, Chicago, IL................................         470,000
Aces for Kids program for at-risk youth, White Plains, 
    NY..................................................         235,000
Administrative Office of the Courts, Atlanta, GA, to 
    assist drug court efforts...........................          47,000
Alabama Center for Law and Civic Education, Birmingham, 
    AL, for law-related education.......................          94,000
Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC), 
    Montgomery, AL, for a criminal data system..........         470,000
Alabama Department of Corrections, Montgomery, AL, for 
    computer based corrections training.................         376,000
Alabama District Attorneys Association Data Protection 
    Program.............................................         117,500
Alabama District Attorneys Association, Montgomery, AL, 
    for computer forensics labs.........................         752,000
Alabama District Attorneys Association, Montgomery, AL, 
    for the state's drug problem and gang activity......       1,692,000
Alachua County, FL Comprehensive Management of Offenders 
    with Co-occurring Mental Illness and Addiction......         188,000
Alameda County, CA Violence Prevention Initiative.......          94,000
Alaska Native Justice Center, Anchorage, AK, for 
    programs to support Native Alaskans involved in 
    legal issues........................................         940,000
Alcorn State University, Lorman, MS, to fund a judicial 
    threat analysis center at Alcorn State University...       1,598,000
ALERT Regional Prevention Center, Ashland, KY...........          18,800
All Kids Count..........................................         470,000
Area Resources for Community and Human Services, St. 
    Louis, MO, for gang prevention and intervention.....          94,000
Arlington County, VA GED Program for Recently Released 
    Inmates.............................................          94,000
Ascension Parish, LA Sheriff's Office...................         352,500
Asheville, NC Police Department Fire Range Equipment....         211,500
Asian Pacific Women's Center, victims services, Los 
    Angeles, CA.........................................          56,400
Atlanta, GA City Safe Project...........................         399,500
Baltimore County, MD Ex-Offender Program Equipment......         329,000
Bedford County, VA Sheriff's Office--Operation Blue 
    Ridge Thunder.......................................         188,000
Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ, to strengthen the 
    policy, research, and training institute............         178,600
Bergen County Community College, Center for Suburban 
    Justice, Paramus, NJ................................          94,000
Bonneville County Sherriff's Office, Children's 
    Identification & Location Database (CHILD) Project--
    Idaho...............................................          47,000
Border Law Enforcement Training Program, Eagle Pass, TX.         658,000
Bridge to Success, Detroit, MI..........................         188,000
Buckeye State Sheriffs' Association.....................         940,000
Building Life Skills for Youth, Independence, MO........         117,500
Burbank, CA Police Department...........................         235,000
Butler County Community College.........................       1,222,000
Calhoun and Cleburne Counties, AL Drug and Crime Task 
    Force...............................................          61,100
California Indian Legal Services Tribal Court 
    Development Project, Oakland, CA....................         282,000
California Innocence Project............................         423,000
Capital District Women's Bar Association Domestic 
    Violence, Civil Legal Assistance, and Military 
    Families legal project, Albany, NY..................         211,500
Carmel, IN..............................................          94,000
Carson and Rural Elderly (CARE), Carson City, NV, for 
    legal assistance to rural seniors...................          44,650
CASA of Wood County, WV.................................          47,000
Centenary College, Law Enforcement and Community 
    Response Initiative.................................         940,000
Center for Collaborative Network Security Development, 
    Ann Arbor, MI.......................................         705,000
Center Point Re-entry and Community Integration, San 
    Rafael, CA..........................................         470,000
Central Piedmont Community College, NC..................         352,500
Central Wyoming College, Riverton, WY, for equipping a 
    criminal justice training center....................         235,000
Chapman University Domestic Violence Clinic, Anaheim, CA         376,000
Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, Eagle Butte, SD, for 
    technology upgrades to 9-1-1 system.................         183,300
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, 
    South Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and 
    detention equipment and operations..................         446,500
Chicago Public Schools After School Counts Program for 
    at-risk youth, IL...................................         188,000
Children's Home Society of South Dakota, Forensic 
    Interviewing Services...............................          94,000
Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Hill 
    County, MT, for upgrades to infrastructure, 
    equipment and rehabilitation of detention center....         446,500
Chrysalis Ex-Offender and Homeless Job Training 
    Initiative, CA......................................         376,000
Cincinnati, OH Police Department........................       2,068,000
Cincinnati, OH Police Department--Records Management 
    Project.............................................         225,600
Citizens for NYC Community Crime Stoppers, NY...........         305,500
City and County of San Francisco, CA Forensic Services 
    Crime Lab...........................................       1,551,000
City of Albertville, AL.................................         141,000
City of Anaheim, CA.....................................         352,500
City of Austin, TX......................................         188,000
City of Bakersfield, CA Police Department...............          70,500
City of Baltimore, Baltimore MD, to sustain and 
    institutionalize the Felony Drug Initiative pilot 
    project.............................................         446,500
City of Baltimore, MD Felony Drug Initiative............         258,500
City of Barre, VT Police Department Drug, Law 
    Enforcement, Education and Treatment Program........         282,000
City of Baton Rouge/Parish of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, 
    LA, for a communication technology pilot program....         133,950
City of Bessemer, Bessemer, AL, for emergency operations 
    and communications..................................         141,000
City of Boston, MA Youth and Gang Strategic Crime 
    Initiative..........................................          94,000
City of Carrollton, TX..................................         352,500
City of Dallas, Dallas, TX, for re-entry programs.......         470,000
City of Denver, Denver, CO, for a gang task force.......         267,900
City of Detroit, Detroit, MI, for a program for 
    parolees, technical parole violators, and ex-
    offenders...........................................         223,250
City of Fort Wayne, City of Fort Wayne, IN, for a public 
    safety training.....................................         133,950
City of Fort Wayne, IN..................................         282,000
City of Henderson, NV...................................         432,400
City of Indianapolis, City of Indianapolis, IN, for a 
    male prisoner reentry program.......................         223,250
City of Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI, for a training program 
    for law enforcement personnel.......................         178,600
City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, for an after-
    school program for at-risk youth....................         223,250
City of Madison, Madison, AL, to fund a domestic assault 
    unit to handle domestic violence....................         141,000
City of Missoula, Missoula County, MT, for equipment and 
    upgrades for Internet Crimes Against Children.......         580,450
City of Montgomery, Montgomery, AL, for courthouses and 
    detention facility communications...................         470,000
City of Nacogdoches, TX Counter Narcotics Project.......         352,500
City of Newark Police Department, Newark, DE, for drug 
    prevention units....................................          44,650
City of Newark, Newark, NJ, for a returning offender 
    initiative..........................................         446,500
City of Oakland, CA Radical Roving Recreation Program 
    (RRR)...............................................         235,000
City of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA......................          44,180
City of Rosemead, CA Graffiti Deterrence Technologies...          98,700
City of San Diego, San Diego, CA, for a gun violence 
    interdiction initiative.............................         223,250
City of St. Paul, St. Paul, MN, to replace the warning 
    sirens and the associated communications and control 
    system..............................................         223,250
City of Talladega, AL Drug Enforcement Initiative.......          47,000
City of Yakima, WA......................................         352,500
Claremont Community Center programs for at-risk youth, 
    NH..................................................         211,500
Coalition of Neighborhood Councils, Youth Development 
    Training and Education, San Diego, CA...............         258,500
Community Crime Prevention Initiative in Langley Park, 
    MD..................................................         235,000
Community Foundation of Wyandotte County, KS 
    Neighborhood Safety Program.........................         329,000
Community Law Enforcement and Recovery (CLEAR)+ Program, 
    Los Angeles, CA.....................................         188,000
Community Law Enforcement and Recovery Program (CLEAR) 
    for Hollenbeck, Los Angeles, CA.....................         470,000
Concurrent Technologies Corporation, PA Corrections 
    Learning Environment................................         705,000
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) of Lycoming 
    County, PA..........................................         103,400
Creighton University, Omaha, NE, for personnel training, 
    equipment, and technological upgrades for the Milton 
    R. Abrahams Legal Clinic............................         178,600
Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR, for a law 
    enforcement education and training program..........         679,150
Crossroads Safehouse in Fort Collins, CO................          56,400
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, Crow 
    Creek Sioux Tribe, South Dakota, for law 
    enforcement, court, and detention equipment and 
    operations..........................................         446,500
Dallas, TX Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative.................         352,500
Davidson County Mental Health Court, Nashville, TN......         446,500
Davidson County Mental Health Court, Nashville, TN, to 
    provide safe and affordable transitional housing for 
    individuals who suffer from mental illness..........         188,000
DeKalb County, IL Drug Court............................         171,080
Delaware County Community College Institute for Public 
    Safety and Emergency Preparedness...................         188,000
Delaware Office of Highway Safety, Dover, DE, to 
    purchase equipment and implement sobriety check 
    points..............................................         223,250
Denver Rescue Mission STAR Program, CO..................         282,000
Denver, CO Police Department Gang Bureau................         376,000
Des Moines, IA Area Community College...................       1,753,100
Detroit, MI Drug Violence Enforcement...................         376,000
Developing Options for Violent Emergencies (DOVE) 
    Program, Akron, OH..................................          47,000
DIVA, Inc. Domestic Violence Initiative, Columbia, SC...         188,000
Domestic Violence Clearinghouse and Legal Hotline 
    Community Outreach, Honolulu, HI....................         141,000
Donnelly College, Kansas City, KS, for inmate education.         235,000
Dooly County Family Resource Center, Vienna, GA.........         141,000
Dover, NH Police Department Drug and Gang Safety 
    Initiative..........................................         235,000
Dr. J. Alfred Smith, Sr. Training Academy, Oakland CA...         188,000
Duquesne University Cyber-Security program, Pittsburgh, 
    PA..................................................         376,000
........................................................
Durham, NC Police Department Forensic Unit..............         376,000
EAC Child Advocacy Center, Central Islip, NY............         423,000
EAC Offender Treatment Alternatives, Hempstead, NY......         470,000
EAC Women's Alternative-to-Incarceration Program, 
    Hempstead, NY.......................................          47,000
East Carroll Parish, LA Sheriff's Office................          75,200
East Central University, OK Forensic Justice Center.....         352,500
East Palo Alto, CA Violence and Gang Prevention 
    Initiative..........................................         446,500
East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA, for 
    law enforcement training in cyber crime technologies 
    and forensics.......................................         223,250
Eastern Montgomery County, PA Law Enforcement Training 
    and Emergency Preparation Activities................         164,500
Eau Claire, WI Child Advocacy Center....................         211,500
Eisenhower Foundation Re-Entry Project, Toledo, OH......         564,000
Essex County Sheriff, MA Heroin and Oxycontin 
    Enforcement Program.................................         282,000
Essex County, Essex, NJ, for a juvenile re-entry program         357,200
F.A.I.T.H. Inc., Offenders and Ex-Offenders Re-Entry 
    Program, Chicago, IL................................         305,500
Fairfield, CA Gang Suppression Project..................          47,000
Farleigh Dickinson University Cybercrime Computer 
    Forensic Security, Teaneck, NJ......................         705,000
Father's Day Rally Committee, Inc., Men United Program, 
    Philadelphia, PA....................................         846,000
First Step SAFE Program for Wayne County, MI............          94,000
Florida Gulf Coast University...........................         352,500
Ford County Sheriff's Office, Ford County, KS, for 
    addressing and preventing terror risks in rural 
    areas...............................................         282,000
Fort Bend County, TX Court Team for Maltreated Infants 
    and Toddlers........................................         305,500
Gallatin County Sheriff's Office, Gallatin County, MT, 
    to purchase of a mobile communication equipment, and 
    upgrade command vehicle.............................         277,300
Gang and Violent Crime Intervention Project, Madison, WI          94,000
Gardena, CA Police Department Security Enhancements.....          47,000
Generations, Inc., Camden, NJ, for a domestic violence 
    program.............................................         133,950
Georgia State University HIV/Prisoner Reentry Program, 
    Atlanta, GA.........................................          94,000
Glenville State College, WV Anti-recidivism prisoner 
    education program...................................         188,000
Glenville State College, WV Criminal Justice Program....         705,000
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Baltimore, MD, to 
    provide ex-offenders with services, including drug 
    treatment, housing, and job placement...............         223,250
Grace College...........................................       1,128,000
Grambling State University, Grambling, LA, for forensics 
    lab equipment.......................................          89,300
Grands As Parents, Very Important People (VIP) Program, 
    Philadelphia, PA....................................          47,000
Grant Sawyer Center Justice Education Program, Reno, NV, 
    for operating support and scholarships for judges in 
    the Judicial Studies degree program.................         178,600
Greater Philadelphia Boyz to Men Fatherhood Initiative, 
    PA..................................................         446,500
Greenburgh, NY Drug Court Program.......................          47,000
H.O.P.E. Center of Shade Tree Domestic Abuse Center, Las 
    Vegas, NV, for services including life skills 
    training for victims of domestic abuse..............         357,200
Hamburg, PA Area School District, Safety and Security 
    project.............................................          23,500
Hamilton County, OH Reentry Project.....................          94,000
Hamilton County, TN Drug Court..........................         150,400
Harris County, TX Sheriff's Office......................       2,232,500
Hawaii Innocence Project................................         305,500
Haymarket Center Furlough Program for Women, Chicago, IL         305,500
Hennepin County, Minneapolis, to create an electronic 
    charging process to allow for electronic signature 
    of court charging documents.........................         178,600
Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science Cold Case 
    Center, University of New Haven, CT.................         470,000
Henry Lee Institute for Forensic Science, West Haven, 
    CT, for equipment and other costs for the National 
    Forensic Crisis Management and Investigation Center.         223,250
Homestead Borough Police Department Crime Prevention and 
    Assistance, PA......................................          47,000
Honolulu, HI Police Department Forensic Laboratory......         446,500
Hope House Children Services Program, Independence, MO..          70,500
Houston, TX Domestic Violence Enforcement Initiative....         893,000
Houston, TX Police Department...........................         352,500
Idaho Department of Corrections.........................       1,222,000
Idaho State Police......................................       1,128,000
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Elder 
    Abuse Prevention Pilot Program, Chicago, IL.........         188,000
Indian River Community College, FL Public Safety 
    Communications/IT Project...........................         141,000
Iowa Central Community College..........................         423,000
Iowa Department of Public Health, Polk County, IA, for 
    an in-jail treatment program........................         582,000
Iowa Drug Endangered Children Response Teams............         141,000
Iowa Legal Aid, Des Moines, IA, to provide legal 
    assistance at community health centers..............         145,500
Iowa State University Cyber project.....................         611,000
Iowa State University Forensic Science..................       2,820,000
John Jay College Criminal Justice Center, NY............         305,500
John Jay College, New York, NY, for the Regenhard Center 
    for Emergency Response Studies......................         178,600
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, for the Johns 
    Hopkins Prisoner Career Re-Entry Program to provide 
    job training and placement..........................         178,600
Johnson County, KS Safety for Behavioral Healthcare 
    Workers.............................................          94,000
Johnson County, NC Schools Critical Infrastructure 
    Protection System...................................         164,500
Johnson County, TX Stop the Offender Program............         188,000
Joseph J. Peterman Institute, Philadelphia, PA Latino 
    Child Abuse Prevention Program......................         164,500
Kane County, IL Mental Health Court.....................         235,000
Kane County, IL Sheriff's Office........................         705,000
Kansas Bureau of Investigation..........................          70,500
Kansas City, MO Metropolitan Organization to Counter 
    Sexual Assault......................................          47,000
Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute............         564,000
KidsPeace Arizona Foster Care & Family Services Program.         141,000
KidsPeace in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, CA..         188,000
King County, WA Sheriff's Office for school resource 
    officers............................................         329,000
King County, WA Sheriff's Office Gang Intervention 
    Initiative..........................................         352,500
Lafayette County, AR Sheriff's Office...................          47,000
Lafayette Parish Bar Foundation, Lafayette Parish, LA, 
    to increase the level of services through the 
    Lafayette Parish Bar Foundation.....................          89,300
Laguna Pueblo Integrated Justice Center, Mescalero, NM, 
    for law enforcement, courts, detention equipment and 
    operations..........................................         267,900
Lancaster County, SC Sheriff's Office Firing Range 
    Equipment...........................................          94,000
Lane County, OR Adult Corrections Mental Health 
    Recidivism Project..................................          94,000
Larimer County, CO Sheriff's Department, Specialized 
    Prosecution Unit....................................         258,500
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Las Vegas, NV, to upgrade 
    command vehicle to coordinate law enforcement 
    activities..........................................         446,500
Latin American Youth Center, Langley Park, MD, for 
    juvenile delinquency prevention programs through 
    intervention, prevention and prosecution............         669,750
Liberty Hall II Offender Re-Entry Program, Indianapolis, 
    IN..................................................         446,500
Living Classrooms, Baltimore, MD, for a prisoner re-
    entry program.......................................         200,925
Livingstone College, NC Criminal Justice Program........         329,000
Local Initiative Support Corporation, Jackson, MS, to 
    provide community law enforcement training..........         705,000
Local Initiatives Support Corporation Community Safety 
    Initiative, NY......................................         329,000
Long County, GA Sheriff's Office........................         347,800
Los Angeles County CDC Comprehensive Crime Prevention 
    Program, Monterey Park, CA..........................         423,000
Los Angeles, CA Gang Reduction Program..................         940,000
Louisiana District Attorneys Association................         352,500
Lower Makefield, PA Police Department, Bucks County 
    Security Threat Group...............................         352,500
Luna County Sheriff's Department, Deming, NM, to 
    purchase equipment and to train law enforcement 
    agencies along the New Mexico-Mexico border.........         223,250
Lutheran Settlement House, Philadelphia, PA Bilingual 
    Domestic Violence Project...........................          70,500
Luzerne County Community College, Nanticoke, PA, for 
    training and equipment acquisition..................         329,000
Luzerne County, PA Drug Court Program...................         940,000
Macon County, Macon County, IL, for gun violence 
    prevention..........................................         150,000
Mahoning County, OH Substance Abuse Interventions and 
    Treatment Programs..................................          94,000
Mahoning Valley, OH Law Enforcement Task Force..........         376,000
Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, Gang 
    Elimination Task Force, Baltimore, MD...............       2,820,000
Maryland Regional Gang Initiative, Montgomery and Prince 
    George's Counties, MD...............................         446,500
Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office, Baltimore, MD, for a 
    program to stop gang violence.......................       2,679,000
McLean County, McLean County, IL, for a drug court......         350,000
Megan Nicole Kanka Foundation--Check 'em Out Program....         470,000
Mentoring Incarcerated Parents (MIP), Philadelphia, PA..         329,000
Metropolitan Crime Commission, New Orleans, LA, to 
    eliminate public corruption and to reduce white-
    collar crime........................................         329,000
Metropolitan Family Services Domestic Violence Services, 
    Chicago, IL.........................................         235,000
Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault, 
    Jackson County, MO, for intervention and advocacy 
    services for victims of sexual violence.............         329,000
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Regional 
    Pawn Database Sharing System........................          94,000
Midland County, MI Courts...............................         314,900
Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, Milwaukee, 
    WI, to maintain staff and services in domestic 
    violence unit.......................................         401,850
Milwaukee County, WI Benedict Center Women's Harm 
    Reduction Program...................................          94,000
Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee, MN, to continue 
    safe summer sites...................................         223,250
Minneapolis, MN Gunfire Detection System................         564,000
Minnesota State Patrol, Drug Sniffing K-9's for 
    Northeastern MN Patrol Districts....................          32,900
MISSING Internet Safety Program in Anderson, IN.........         352,500
Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, for 
    knowledge-based data integration and intelligence...         940,000
Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, provide 
    technical assistance to law enforcement regarding 
    electronic and computer crime.......................       1,598,000
Missoula, MT Police Department..........................          75,200
Mobile County Commission, Mobile, AL, for interoperable 
    communications systems..............................         470,000
Monroe County Department of Public Safety, Monroe 
    County, NY, for the Fingerprint and Trace module....         446,500
Monroe County, NY Crime Lab Computer and Document 
    Forensic and Digital Evidence Module................         625,100
Monroe County, NY Drug Analysis Module..................       1,598,000
Monroe County, NY Firearms Analysis Crime Lab...........       1,673,200
Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association.........         203,980
Montana State University................................         188,000
Montana State University at Billings, Yellowstone 
    County, MT, for an academic development program 
    targeted at inmates at the Montana Women's Prison in 
    Billings............................................         267,900
Montana Supreme Court, Lewis and Clark County, MT, to 
    enhance and sustain Montana's adult, family and 
    juvenile drug courts................................         312,550
Monterey County, CA Street Violence and Anti-Gang 
    Project.............................................       1,269,000
Morgan County, AL Child Advocacy Center.................          78,020
Morgan County, CO.......................................         188,000
Mujeres Latinas en Accion, Parent Support Program, 
    Chicago, IL.........................................         188,000
Multnomah County, OR Elder Abuse Prosecution Project....          47,000
Muskegon County, MI Alternatives to Incarceration 
    Program.............................................         352,500
Nassau County, NY District Attorney's Office, Get REAL 
    Anti-Gang Initiative................................         188,000
National Association of Court Management................         188,000
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 
    Alexandria, VA, to provide equipment and training to 
    reunite displaced children and adults...............          89,300
National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC, 
    National hotline that provides information and 
    services to crime victims...........................         470,000
National Children's Advocacy Center, Huntsville, AL, 
    Support Services for Child Abuse Victims in North 
    Alabama.............................................         423,000
National Crime Victims Law Institute....................       4,465,000
National Forensic Science Training Center, FL...........       2,030,400
National Institute of Corrections, Washington, DC, for a 
    study to assess the need for a Nevada Indian tribal 
    detention facility..................................          89,300
National Institute on State Policy on Trafficking of 
    Women and Girls, Washington, DC.....................         648,600
National Judicial College, Reno, NV, to provide training 
    to judges...........................................         893,000
Nation's Missing Children Organization and National 
    Center for Missing Adults, Wyoming, for technology 
    to locate missing persons...........................          94,000
New Directions for Youth program, Van Nuys, CA..........         141,000
New Hope Academy Drug Treatment to Low-Income Families, 
    Rehrersburg, PA.....................................         211,500
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, to 
    develop grip recognition on guns....................         267,900
New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts, Santa 
    Fe, NM, to continue drug court programs.............         267,900
North Brooklyn Development Corporation, Brooklyn, NY at-
    risk youth programs.................................          94,000
North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation State Crime 
    Lab DNA Enhancement.................................         282,000
North Metro Task Force, Adams County and City/County of 
    Broomfield, CO Police Departments...................         587,500
Northampton County, PA Child Advocacy Center............         235,000
Northeast Regional Forensic Institute, Albany, NY.......         540,500
Northern Kentucky University Research Foundation, 
    Highland Heights, KY, for increasing the security of 
    the Internet and electronic systems.................         329,000
Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force..............       2,350,000
Northwest Missouri NITRO Task Force.....................         352,500
Northwest Regional Gang Task Force, VA..................         564,000
NY State Sheriffs Association...........................         352,500
Oak Ridge, TN Police Department.........................       1,034,000
Oakland Center for Public Safety at Merritt College, CA.          94,000
Office of the District Attorney, 3rd Judicial District, 
    Rural Domestic Violence I Initiative, Las Cruces, 
    NM, for outreach to rural, underserved areas........         133,950
Office of the Tulare County, CA, District Attorney......         352,500
Oglala Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South 
    Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and detention 
    equipment and operations............................         893,000
Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety, 
    Community Policing, Pine Ridge, SD..................         564,000
On-Site Academy's Law Enforcement Counseling Program, 
    Gardner, MA.........................................         470,000
Operation Our Town, Altoona, PA.........................         235,000
Operation UNITE, KY.....................................       3,572,000
Pace University Women's Justice Center, White Plains, NY          47,000
Painesville, OH Police Department.......................          70,500
Parents for Megan's Law, Stony Brook, NY, for the 
    National Megan's Law Helpline, Crime Victims Center, 
    Advocacy, & Counseling program......................         334,875
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 
    Dauphin County, PA, for a training, education, and 
    prevention institute on domestic violence and 
    homicide prevention.................................         312,550
Phoenix House Families Facing Addiction Program, NY, NY.          47,000
Phoenix House in Dublin, NH.............................         352,500
Phoenix House, Capital Region of New York...............         601,600
Pinellas County, FL Forensic Lab........................         695,600
Pitt County, NC Gang Prevention program.................          47,000
Polytechnic University, NY Large Scale Network Forensics         376,000
Portage County, OH Adult Probation Department, Community 
    Integration and Socialization Program...............         188,000
Prince George's County, MD State's Attorney Office, 
    Bilingual Victims Advocate..........................          42,300
Public Safety Officer Training Center, Casper, WY.......         470,000
Red Bay, AL Police Department...........................          18,800
Regional Counterdrug Training Academy, Meridian, MS.....         291,400
Regional Fingerprint ID project, San Bernardino and 
    Riverside Counties, CA..............................       1,880,000
Rhode Island Family Court Mental Health Services, 
    Providence, RI, to provide rapid psychological 
    evaluations and treatment recommendations to youth 
    and the courts......................................         223,250
Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy...................         188,000
Ridley Park, PA Police Community Educational Programs...          79,900
Riverside County, CA Sheriff's Department...............         352,500
Riverside County, CA Sheriff's Department Endangered 
    Children Program....................................       1,094,160
Riverside County, CA Web Wise Kids program..............         235,000
Roca Inc, Alternatives to Youth Violence, Boston, MA....         305,500
Rose Brooks Center Project SAFE program, Kansas City, MO         376,000
Rose Hill, KS Police Department.........................         235,000
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South 
    Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and detention 
    equipment and operations............................         446,500
Rural Criminal Justice Center at Central Wyoming College         470,000
Rural Justice Institute at Alfred University............         752,000
Safe and Sound, Milwaukee, WI, to provide continued 
    operational support.................................         535,800
Safer Foundation, Transitional Program for Ex-Offenders, 
    Chicago, IL.........................................         470,000
Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA Violence 
    Prevention and Response Training....................          70,500
Sam Houston State University Regional Crime Lab.........         352,500
San Francisco, CA Community Justice Center..............       1,034,000
San Francisco, CA Ex-Offender Reentry Services..........       1,504,000
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department.............         282,000
Sankofa Safe Child Initiative, Chicago, IL..............          47,000
Santa Ana, CA Police Department, Missing Program/
    Internet Safety for Kids............................          94,000
School Resource Officers for South Gate, CA.............         376,000
School Safety Project in Derby, KS......................         235,000
School Safety Project in Newton, KS.....................         235,000
School Security Program in Tulsa, OK....................         352,500
Sea Research Foundation After School Program for at-risk 
    youth, Mystic, CT...................................         282,000
Second Chance Prisoner Re-entry Project, San Diego, CA..         681,500
Sedgwick County, KS District Attorney's Office..........         470,000
Sedgwick County, KS Sheriff's Office....................         423,000
Sex Offender Alert and Child Sexual Abuse Prevention 
    Education Programs, Stony Brook, NY.................         258,500
Shelby County, KY Drug/Alcohol Advisory Council.........          75,200
Sheriff's Association of New Jersey, State-wide 
    Accreditation Program...............................          78,960
Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal, Shreveport, LA, 
    for a crime prevention initiative...................          89,300
Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles, CA, To provide 
    sensitivity training to law enforcement when 
    investigating hate crimes and civil rights abuses...       1,598,000
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Department of Justice, 
    correctional rehabilitation strategies, Agency 
    Village, SD.........................................          94,000
Solano County, CA Probation Enhanced Supervision of High 
    Risk Domestic Violence Offenders....................          47,000
South Dakota Children's Home Society, Sioux Falls, South 
    Dakota, for family support services, forensic 
    interviewing centers, and emergency shelter 
    operations..........................................         361,900
South Florida Anti-Gang Task Force, Broward County, FL, 
    to fight gang violence..............................         357,200
Southern Illinois University--Carbondale, Center for 
    Rural Violence and Prevention.......................          94,000
Southern Virginia Child Advocacy Center.................          28,200
Spokane County, WA Sheriff's Office.....................         352,500
St. Louis County, MO Police Crime Laboratory............         141,000
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South 
    Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and detention 
    equipment and operations............................         446,500
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, for rural law enforcement..         940,000
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, to continue alcohol 
    interdiction, investigation and prosecution of 
    bootlegging crimes..................................         752,000
State of New Mexico First Judicial District Court Mental 
    Health Court Program, Santa Fe, NM, to expand 
    services............................................         188,000
Stepping Stones Child Advocacy, La Crosse, WI...........         211,500
Stop It Now, Northampton, MA............................          94,000
Stop Violence in Ross County, OH........................         305,500
Suffolk County, NY District Attorney's Office, Senior 
    Abuse Unit..........................................         282,000
Suffolk County, NY Internet Crimes Against Children 
    Prevention Program..................................         399,500
Summa Health Systems, Akron, OH, for care to domestic 
    violence victims and assistance to law enforcement 
    personnel...........................................         401,850
Tahirih Justice Center, VA legal and social services....       1,175,000
Tallahassee Community College, FL Pat Thomas Law 
    Enforcement Academy.................................         188,000
Tallapoosa County, AL Sheriff's Office..................          94,000
Tarleton State University Rural Law Enforcement Project.         705,000
TASC Center for Health and Justice, Chicago, IL.........          47,000
Texas Border Sheriffs' Coalition........................       4,982,000
Texas State University Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid 
    Response Training...................................         927,780
Texas State University and Texas Engineering Extension 
    Service, Project Protect, San Marcos, TX............         470,000
The Doe Fund, Inc., Ready, Willing, and Able, NY........         564,000
The Doe Fund, Ready, Willing & Able, Jersey City, NJ....         141,000
Thiel College, PA Community Partnership Security Center.         423,000
Tifton, GA Police Department, Neighborhood Watch 
    Programs............................................          61,100
Town of Eureka, Lincoln County, MT, for upgrades law 
    enforcement training facility.......................         223,250
Towson University, MD Forensic Chemistry Institute......         141,000
Troy University, Troy, AL, for cyber crime prevention 
    and training........................................         493,500
Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, OK, for public schools 
    campus police force.................................          47,000
Turtle Mountain Community College, Belcourt, ND, for the 
    continued development of an innovative tribal 
    justice program.....................................         223,250
UAB, Birmingham, AL, for an anti-cyber-crime 
    computational operation.............................         470,000
Unified Government of Kansas City, KS Victims of Crime 
    Services............................................         376,000
Unified Government of Wyandotte County, Kansas City, KS, 
    for crime victim services...........................         282,000
UNITE law enforcement pilot project, Beverly Hills, CA..         893,000
United Keetowah Band of Cherokee Indians, OK Domestic 
    Violence and Victims Assistance programs............         188,000
United Way of Southeastern Michigan Ex-Offender Reentry 
    Program.............................................         634,500
University of Alabama School of Law, Family Law Clinic..         141,000
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, for mediation and 
    dispute resolution services in family courts........         282,000
University of Arkansas Criminal Justice Institute School 
    Resource Officer Training...........................         305,500
University of Arkansas Methamphetamine Education and 
    Training Project....................................         352,500
University of Colorado at Denver--Audio and Video 
    Forensics project...................................         352,500
University of Connecticut Health Center, Breaking the 
    Cycle of Behavioral Health Problems and Crime.......         470,000
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, for 
    community-based gun violence prevention and 
    intervention........................................         380,000
University of Illinois at Chicago, Project on Violence 
    Prevention--CeaseFire...............................          47,000
University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, 
    KY, to encourage and prepare students from 
    economically-disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue 
    careers in law......................................         376,000
University of Louisville Research Foundation, 
    Louisville, KY, to develop methods for detecting 
    child abuse.........................................         376,000
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, for combined law 
    enforcement efforts.................................       1,880,000
University of Memphis, TN Integrated Gang and Violent 
    Crime Reduction Program.............................         564,000
University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, provide legal 
    analysis and training to judges and prosecutors 
    regarding electronic and computer crime.............       2,538,000
University of Missouri--St. Louis, Family Intervention 
    Program for Parents Who have Abused Drugs...........         249,100
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Immigrant 
    Resource Project, Las Vegas, NV, for a legal 
    education program...................................         267,900
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), Las Vegas, NV, 
    for the ITFFRO Center...............................         580,450
University of North Dakota, School of Law, Grand Forks, 
    ND, for the recruitment and retention of American 
    Indian law students.................................         178,600
University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, 
    SC, law clinic support..............................         188,000
University of South Carolina, Gangnet...................         282,000
University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation 
    Center..............................................         446,500
University of Toledo Program to Increase Effective 
    Services for Child Victims of Commercial 
    Exploitation........................................         423,000
Upper Darby, PA Center for Family Safety................         352,500
Utah Sheriffs' Association Jail Inspection Systems, St. 
    George, UT..........................................          94,000
Utah Valley State College Forensic program..............         352,500
Ute Mountain Ute Indian Reservation Native American Law 
    Enforcement, Court System, Detention Improvement 
    Program, CO.........................................         493,500
Utica College, NY Sex Offender Authentication Research 
    Project.............................................         705,000
Venango, PA Internet Safety Project.....................         188,000
Ventura County, CA District Attorney's Office...........         164,500
Ventura County, CA Sheriff's Department.................         188,000
Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, to 
    combat increased heroin, methamphetamine and other 
    drug activity.......................................       1,000,000
Vermont Judiciary, Court Administrator's Office, 
    Montpelier, VT, to provide victims of domestic 
    violence with access to the courts..................         223,250
Vermont Law School, South Royalton, VT, to allow the 
    Legal Clinic Services Expansion program at the 
    Vermont Law School to expand its work on immigration 
    matters and increase services available to 
    Vermonters in western part of the state.............         250,000
Vermont Police Academy, Pittsford, VT, to train new 
    recruits to deal with violent and drug related 
    crimes..............................................         188,000
Vermont Protection and Advocacy, Montpelier, VT, for 
    communication support for the disabled in court 
    proceedings.........................................          89,300
Villa Julie College, MD Forensic Studies and Training 
    Program.............................................         423,000
Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA, for Virginia 
    Tech expenses related to shooting on campus.........          53,580
VIVA: Adult Volunteer Hispanic Outreach Program in FL 
    and NM..............................................         705,000
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Collingswood, NJ, 
    for a re-entry program..............................         446,500
Voorhees College, SC Dating Violence and Sexual Assault 
    Prevention and Services.............................         470,000
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs DNA 
    Initiative..........................................         470,000
Washington County, NC Courthouse Security...............          47,000
Washington County, OR Drug Court........................         446,500
Washington County, OR Recovery Mentors..................         211,500
Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Reno, NV, for a pilot 
    program to house mentally ill offenders.............          89,300
Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Reno, NV, to secure 
    improvements at the justice center..................         893,000
Waukegan, IL Police Department--North Suburban Gang Task 
    Force...............................................         846,000
Waynesburg College, PA Electronic Crime Prevention and 
    Investigation.......................................         470,000
Weld County, CO Gang Task Force.........................         235,000
Westfield State College, MA Law Enforcement Training 
    Program.............................................         305,500
Westminster, CA Police Department.......................         352,500
Westside Health Authority Neighborhood Re-Entry Center 
    (NRC), Chicago, IL..................................         164,500
Whatcom County Executive's Office, Bellingham, WA, for 
    northern border-related prosecution.................         679,150
Will County, IL Sheriff's Office........................         202,100
Willmar, MN Gang Enforcement Team.......................         141,000
Winona State University, MN National Child Protection 
    Training Center.....................................         775,500
Women's Center of Tarrant County, TX....................         235,000
Women's Council on African American Affairs, Little 
    Rock, AR, for support for the Center for Healing 
    Hearts and Spirits Prevention of Black on Black 
    Crime Initiative....................................          89,300
YMCA of Greater New York................................          47,000
Yonkers, NY Outstanding Warrants Program................          94,000
Zero to Three Court Teams for Maltreated Infants and 
    Toddlers, Honolulu, HI..............................         408,900
Zero to Three Court Teams Project, New Haven, CT........         329,000

    Byrne Competitive Grants.--The amended bill provides 
$16,000,000 for Byrne competitive grants to programs of 
national significance to prevent crime, improve the 
administration of justice, or assist victims of crime. Within 
60 days of enactment of this Act, the Office of Justice 
Programs 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. It is expected that national programs 
that have received funding under the Byrne discretionary 
program will be eligible for funding under this competitive 
grant program.
    Tribal Law Enforcement Assistance.--The amended bill 
provides $22,440,000 for law enforcement assistance to Indian 
tribes, of which $8,630,000 is for tribal prison construction; 
$8,630,000 is for tribal courts; and $5,180,000 is for tribal 
alcohol and substance abuse reduction assistance. The 
Appropriations Committees note with deep concern the poor 
condition of tribal detention facilities on Navajo Nation land 
and across the country. The Department of Justice is directed 
to review the state of existing tribal detention facilities and 
the need for new detention capacity, and to report to the 
Appropriations Committees no later than 180 days after 
enactment of this Act on its findings, including 
recommendations and actions that have or will be taken to 
address these needs.
    State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP).--The 
amended bill provides $410,000,000 for the SCAAP program for 
reimbursement to States and localities for costs of 
incarceration of criminal aliens. In light of the long delay in 
disbursing fiscal year 2006 SCAAP funds, the Department is 
directed to improve coordination with the Department of 
Homeland Security in the vetting, verification and 
reimbursement of claims.
    Southwest Border Prosecutions.--The amended bill includes 
$30,080,000 to provide assistance to State and local law 
enforcement agencies (including prosecutors, probation 
officers, courts and detention facilities) along the southwest 
border with the handling and processing of drug and alien cases 
referred from Federal arrests.
    Northern Border Prosecutions.--The amended bill includes 
$2,820,000 to provide assistance to State and local law 
enforcement agencies (including prosecutors, probation 
officers, courts and detention facilities) along the northern 
border with the handling and processing of drug and alien cases 
referred from Federal arrests.
    Drug Courts.--The amended bill provides $15,200,000 for 
grants to drug courts, which are designed to adjudicate 
substance abusing offenders and help them to break the cycle of 
addiction. This funding level represents a $5,328,000 increase 
over fiscal year 2007.
    Hal Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.--The 
amended bill includes $7,050,000 for the Prescription Drug 
Monitoring Program to assist States in developing prescription 
drug monitoring systems. The Office of Justice Programs is 
directed to continue to work with the Drug Enforcement 
Administration to implement this program.
    Prison Rape Prevention and Prosecution.--The amended bill 
includes $17,860,000 for prison rape prevention and prosecution 
programs authorized by the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003. 
Within funding provided, $1,692,000 shall be transferred to the 
National Prison Rape Elimination Commission, of which $470,000 
is made available to conduct a report to the Appropriations 
Committees on how previously appropriated Federal funds have 
been spent and the impact this funding has had on reducing 
prison rape.
    Capital Litigation.--The amended bill includes $2,500,000 
for Capital Litigation Improvement Grants, as authorized by 
section 426 of the Justice For All Act (Public Law 108-405).
    SEARCH National Technical Assistance and Training 
Program.--The Appropriations Committees support efforts to 
assist States in the development and use of information systems 
to accelerate the automation of fingerprint identification 
processes and criminal justice data which are compatible with 
the FBI Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System.
    2008 Presidential Conventions Security.--The amended bill 
provides $100,000,000 in emergency funds to State and local law 
enforcement entities for security and related costs, including 
overtime, associated with the two principal 2008 Presidential 
Candidate Nominating Conventions, to be divided equally between 
the conventions.

                       WEED AND SEED PROGRAM FUND

    The amended bill provides $32,100,000 for the Weed and Seed 
Program Fund, instead of $50,000,000, as proposed by the 
Senate, and $49,692,000, as proposed by the House. The House 
proposed to fund this program within the Community Oriented 
Policing Services account.

                  COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES

    The amended bill provides $587,233,000 for Community 
Oriented Policing Services (COPS) programs, instead of 
$725,000,000, as proposed by the House, and $660,000,000, as 
proposed by the Senate.

Community Oriented Policing Services

                        (In thousands of dollars)

                                                                 Amended
        Program                                              Bill Amount
COPS Hiring Grants............................................   $20,000
Law Enforcement Technology and Interoperability...............   205,366
    NIST/OLES.................................................   (1,000)
Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction..........................    20,000
Meth Hot Spots................................................    61,187
Bullet-Proof Vests............................................    25,850
    NIST/OLES.................................................   (1,880)
Tribal Law Enforcement........................................    15,040
Criminal Records Upgrade......................................     9,400
DNA Analysis Backlog Reduction/Crime Labs.....................   152,272
    Debbie Smith DNA Backlog grants........................... (147,391)
    Post-Conviction DNA Testing grants........................   (4,881)
Paul Coverdell Forensic Science...............................    18,800
Offender Re-Entry.............................................    11,750
Child Sexual Predator Elimination/Sex Offender Management.....    15,608
    Sex Offender Management...................................   (4,162)
    National Sex Offender Registry............................     (850)
Training and Technical Assistance.............................     3,760
Management and Administration.................................    28,200
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

        Total.................................................  $587,233

    COPS Hiring Grants.--The amended bill provides $20,000,000 
for grants to State and local governments for the hiring of 
additional law enforcement officers for deployment in 
community-oriented policing across the nation. Also known as 
``COPS on the Beat,'' this grant program is being funded for 
the first time since 2005.
    Law Enforcement Technology and Interoperability.--The 
amended bill provides $205,366,000 for law enforcement 
technology grants to State and local law enforcement agencies. 
Within the amounts provided, $1,000,000 shall be transferred to 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology to continue 
the efforts of the Office of Law Enforcement Standards in 
developing minimum standards for equipment purchased through 
this grant program. Within the funds provided, the COPS program 
office is directed to review the following projects, to provide 
funding consistent with law and Congressional intent, and to 
report to the Appropriations Committees regarding the 
disbursement of these funds:

        Project                                                   Amount
Accomack County, VA Sheriff's Office..........................   $37,600
Adams County, IL..............................................   376,000
Adams County, IL, Sheriff's Department........................   282,000
Albuquerque Police Department, Albuquerque, NM, for an 
    information system to enhance communication and facilitate 
    sharing among law enforcement jurisdictions...............   223,250
Alexandria, VA Law Enforcement Technology.....................    94,000
Alleghany County, VA Sheriff's Department.....................   470,000
Allegheny County, PA Chiefs of Police.........................   352,500
Allentown, PA Police Department...............................   470,000
Alsip, IL, Police Department equipment........................    94,000
Altoona, AL Police Department.................................    28,200
Alvernia College, Reading, PA, for equipment to train police 
    officers..................................................   223,250
Ambler Township, PA Police Department Equipment...............   126,900
Amherst County, VA............................................   164,500
Amherst, NY, Police Department................................   164,500
Anderson County, KY Sheriff's Mobile Data Terminals...........   188,000
Arkansas State Police, Little Rock, AR, for a Forensic 
    Recovery of Evidence Data Center..........................   401,850
Arkansas State Police, Little Rock, AR, to provide wireless 
    technology to investigators in the field..................   223,250
Arlington County, VA Emergency Mobile Technology Support......    94,000
Ashburn, GA Police Department Equipment.......................    84,600
Atchison County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment..    94,000
Austin, TX Police Department Technology.......................   211,500
Baldwin County Commission, Baldwin County, AL, for 
    interoperable communications equipment....................   282,000
Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore, MD, to upgrade 
    forensics laboratory equipment............................   446,500
Baltimore County Police Department, Baltimore County, MD, to 
    upgrade forensics laboratory equipment....................   446,500
Barboursville, WV Police Department...........................    94,000
Barren County Fiscal Court, Barren County, KY, for mobile data 
    terminals and other communication equipment...............   235,000
Barrington-Inverness, IL Police Department Interoperable 
    Communications Equipment..................................   493,500
Bayfield County, WI Law Enforcement Pictometry Technology.....   940,000
Beaver County, PA Emergency Communications....................   446,500
Beaver County, Pennsylvania Emergency Services Center, Beaver 
    County, PA, for public safety radio systems acquisition 
    and upgrades..............................................   235,000
Bell Gardens, CA Police Communications Interoperability 
    project...................................................   188,000
Bell, CA Police Department Law Enforcement and Technology.....   235,000
Bellingham, WA Police Department Technology Equipment.........   258,500
Beloit, WI Police Department..................................   164,500
Bergen County, NJ Countywide Interoperable Communication 
    System....................................................   394,800
Berkeley, CA Public Safety Interoperability Program...........    94,000
Berkley Heights, NJ Police Department.........................   188,000
Bethlehem, PA Police Department...............................   940,000
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Police Department, Bethlehem, PA, for 
    interoperable in-car digital video camera systems.........   329,000
Billings, MT, Police Department...............................   206,800
Bloomington, IN Law Enforcement Technologies and Interoperable 
    Communications Program....................................   345,920
Blount County, TN Sheriff's Office............................   188,000
Bowie, MD Police Law Enforcement Technology Upgrades..........   470,000
Braintree, MA Police Department Equipment.....................   164,500
Brisbane, CA and Millbrae, CA Police Equipment................   470,000
Bristol, PA Law Enforcement Equipment.........................    94,000
Buchanan County, IA law enforcement equipment.................   987,000
Bucks County, PA Law Enforcement Interoperability.............   235,000
Buffalo, NY Law Enforcement Technology........................   470,000
Buffalo, NY Police Department Law Enforcement Technology......   376,000
Cabell County, WV Sheriff's Office............................   376,000
Calaveras County, CA..........................................   352,500
Caldwell County, NC, Sheriff's Department.....................   352,500
Calvert County, MD Sheriff's Office Mobile Command Unit 
    Equipment.................................................   752,000
Cambria County, PA............................................   117,500
Camden County, Camden, NJ, for emergency communication 
    hardware and software upgrades............................   446,500
Cameron County, TX Interoperable Communications...............    47,000
Capital Wireless Information Network (CapWIN), Greenbelt, MD, 
    for wireless database access and for public safety 
    personnel in the National Capital region..................   893,000
Carmel, IN....................................................   258,500
Cary, NC Police Department Technology Upgrades................   352,500
Castle Hayne, NC VisionAIR Data Integration Network...........   399,500
CAT Lab at UNH, University of Durham, NH, for law enforcement 
    technology................................................   658,000
CCE Central Dispatch Authority, MI............................   531,100
Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC)--Public Safety 
    Technology Center, Worchester County, MA, to enhance the 
    capability of state and local law enforcement officials...   312,550
Central Missouri Regional Justice Information System.......... 1,269,000
Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC, for high-
    tech crime scene investigation training...................   470,000
Ceredo, WV Police Department..................................    47,000
Chautauqua County, NY Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement 
    Equipment.................................................   141,000
Chester County, PA............................................   376,000
Chester County, Pennsylvania District Attorney's Office, 
    Chester County, PA, for incident response management 
    technology................................................   235,000
Chesterfield County, VA.......................................   126,900
Chicago, IL Police Department Citizen and Law Enforcement 
    Analysis and Reporting (CLEAR) Program.................... 1,034,000
Chippewa County, WI Public Safety Dispatch Enhancements.......   470,000
Chowan County, NC Emergency Operations Center Equipment.......   282,000
Cities of Concord, Kannapolis, NC, for Regional Radio Upgrades   188,000
City of Abilene, TX...........................................    84,600
City of Albuquerque, NM....................................... 2,068,000
City of Athens, Athens, AL, for mobile data units in police 
    cars......................................................   211,500
City of Auburn, Auburn, AL, for a mobile data system..........   305,500
City of Bastrop, LA........................................... 1,645,000
City of Bellevue, City of Bellevue, WA, for equipment upgrades   357,200
City of Bellevue, WA.......................................... 1,410,000
City of Billings, Yellowstone County, MT, for a new crime 
    scene investigation equipment upgrades....................   178,600
City of Bridgeport, City of Bridgeport, CT, for the purchase 
    and installation of six wireless surveillance cameras.....   223,250
City of Bridgeport, CT, Police Department.....................   188,000
City of Brockton Police Department, Plymouth County, MA, for a 
    modernized dispatch and wireless network to meet public 
    safety and emergency response needs.......................   223,250
City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, for a camera system within the 
    City of Buffalo...........................................   535,800
City of Calera Police Department, Calera, AL, for technology 
    upgrades..................................................   141,000
City of Chattanooga, TN, Police Department....................   634,500
City of Cincinnati Police Department, Cincinnati, OH, for 
    retention and protection of digital audio and video files.   308,320
City of Claremont, CA......................................... 1,880,000
City of Como, MS..............................................    94,000
City of Daphne, Daphne, AL, for wireless technology upgrades..    94,000
City of Decatur, AL...........................................   404,200
City of Dothan, Alabama, Dothan, AL, For an interoperable 
    communications system.....................................   470,000
City of East Point, East Point, GA, for law enforcement 
    technology upgrades.......................................   282,000
City of Elizabeth, Elizabeth, NJ, for installation of wireless 
    cameras...................................................   357,200
City of Evansville, City of Evansville, IN, for communications 
    equipment.................................................   267,900
City of Flagler Beach, FL.....................................   211,500
City of Flagler Beach, Flagler County, FL, for emergency and 
    law enforcement equipment.................................   178,600
City of Flint Police Department, Flint, MI, for in-car 
    computers for patrol vehicles.............................   669,750
City of Fresno, Fresno, CA, for in-vehicle video camera units 
    and mobile data terminals.................................   267,900
City of Gadsden, Gadsden, AL, for cameras and laptops for 
    police vehicles...........................................   258,500
City of Glen Cove, NY.........................................   178,600
City of Glendale, AZ..........................................   352,500
City of Glendale, Glendale, CA, for the Interagency 
    Communications Interoperability System (ICIS).............    89,300
City of Great Falls, Cascade County, MT, for law enforcement 
    equipment.................................................   446,500
City of Green Bay Police Department, Green Bay, WI, to install 
    in-car cameras............................................    89,300
City of Greenville, Greenville, AL, for mobile data terminals.   235,000
City of Greenville, SC........................................   352,500
City of Gulf Shores, Gulf Shores, AL, for law enforcement 
    technology upgrades.......................................   164,500
City of Headland, Headland, AL, for mobile data terminals.....    94,000
City of Henderson, Henderson, NV, for equipment for forensic 
    lab.......................................................   410,780
City of Henderson, NV......................................... 1,917,600
City of Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, to provide 
    interoperability to local law enforcement.................   564,000
City of Jackson, Jackson, MS, for law enforcement technology 
    upgrades..................................................   376,000
City of Kerrville, TX, Police Department......................   352,500
City of La Habra, CA..........................................    49,820
City of Lake County, Lake County, IL, for communications 
    equipment purchases.......................................   357,200
City of Livermore, Livermore, CA, for interoperable 
    communications between different agencies and disciplines.   267,900
City of Luverne, Luverne, AL, for police technology upgrades..   117,500
City of Madison Police Department, Madison, WI, for equipment 
    upgrades..................................................   446,500
City of Melbourne, Brevard County, FL, for radio system 
    upgrades..................................................   133,950
City of Modesto, Modesto, CA, for an interoperable dispatch 
    system....................................................   133,950
City of Montrose, Montrose, CO, to improve public safety 
    communication technology..................................   178,600
City of Moultrie, GA..........................................   329,000
City of Muncie, City of Muncie, IN, to acquire and integrate a 
    radio system with a public communications system..........   267,900
City of Muncie, City of Muncie, IN, to acquire replacement 
    software and provide improved functionality of the 
    emergency response system.................................   133,950
City of Murray, Murray, KY, for a computer aided dispatch 
    system....................................................   117,500
City of Newport, Newport, RI, for 800 MHz public safety radio 
    spectrum interoperability.................................   357,200
City of Norwalk, CT........................................... 1,316,000
City of Norwalk, Norwalk, CT, for interoperability equipment..   223,250
City of Oroville, CA..........................................   282,000
City of Petersburg, Petersburg, VA, for planning and 
    installation of a fixed mobile WiMax Data System..........   223,250
City of Phenix City, Phenix City, AL, for public safety 
    communications up-grades..................................   329,000
City of Phoenix (Phoenix Police Department), Phoenix, AZ, for 
    an interoperable communications network...................    94,000
City of Puyallup, Puyallup, WA, for Tacoma/Puyallup law 
    enforcement interoperability..............................   446,500
City of Reading, PA........................................... 1,175,000
City of Reading, Pennsylvania Police Department, Reading, PA, 
    for security enhancements and camera acquisition..........   611,000
City of Redlands, CA, Justice Communications Center...........   470,000
City of Reno, Reno, NV, for an interoperable network..........   223,250
City of Rockford, AL..........................................   150,400
City of Sedona, AZ............................................   564,000
City of Shelbyville, Shelbyville, IN, for interoperable 
    wireless communications...................................   267,900
City of South Bend, City of South Bend, IN, to obtain an 
    automatic fingerprint identification system for latent 
    palm prints...............................................   178,600
City of Southaven, MS.........................................   846,000
City of Springfield, IL.......................................   376,000
City of Stamford, CT..........................................    94,000
City of Suffolk, VA...........................................   141,000
City of Temple Terrace, Hillsborough County, FL, for an 
    interoperable communications system.......................   312,550
City of Terre Haute, City of Terra Haute, IN, for 
    communications equipment..................................   267,900
City of Troy, Troy, AL, for mobile data terminals.............   211,500
City of Whitefish, Flathead County, MT, to upgrade 
    investigative equipment and work stations.................   178,600
City of Winston-Salem, NC.....................................   376,000
City of Yakima, Yakima, WA, for new technology and equipment..   357,200
City of York, Pennsylvania, York, PA, for records management 
    system acquisition........................................   282,000
City of Yuma, Yuma, AZ, for a regional communications network.    94,000
Clarksburg, WV Police Department..............................    70,500
CLEMIS Consortium, Pontiac, MI, for equipment purchase........   223,250
Cleveland, OH Countywide Interoperability Communication System   893,000
Cobb County, GA...............................................   493,500
Collier County, FL............................................   352,500
Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles, Lakewood, CO, for 
    identity theft prevention.................................   376,000
Colquitt, GA Police Department................................    70,500
Columbus, OH, Police Department............................... 1,222,000
Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond, VA, to purchase equipment.    31,255
Connecticut Department of Public Safety Forensic Investigative 
    Technology................................................   235,000
Contra Costa County, CA ARIES Integrated Justice Information 
    Systems...................................................   658,000
Conyers, GA Police Technology and 911 Center Improvements.....   423,000
Cook County, IL Interoperable Safety and Emergency 
    Communications Radios..................................... 2,256,000
Corcoran, CA Narcotics and Gang Task Force Equipment..........   611,000
Corona, CA....................................................   172,960
County of Fairfax, Fairfax County, VA, for law enforcement 
    technology up-grades......................................   267,900
County of Wasco, Wasco, OR, Replace outdated and unreliable 
    Emergency Responder Communication equipment...............   223,250
County of Westchester, Westchester County, NY, for 
    surveillance and video equipment..........................    89,300
Craig County, VA Sheriff's Office.............................   329,000
Cranford, NJ Police Department................................   235,000
Cudahy, WI Police Department Equipment........................   141,000
Culver City, CA In-Car Police Vehicle Digital Video Recording.    84,600
Culver City, CA Law Enforcement Interoperable Communications 
    System....................................................   235,000
Cumberland County, NC Regional Public Safety Communications 
    System....................................................   352,500
Cumberland, RI Police Technology Upgrades.....................   188,000
Dakota County, Hastings, MN, for upgrades to Dakota County 
    Criminal Justice Information..............................   223,250
Dallas, TX Police Technology..................................    94,000
Delaware County, NY Integrated Automated Fingerprint 
    Identification System.....................................    32,900
Delaware State Police Department..............................   352,500
Delaware State Police, Dover, DE, for the state-wide Automated 
    Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS)..................   893,000
Delaware State University, Dover, to test and evaluate a 
    mobile crime scene and evidence tracking solution for U.S. 
    law enforcement...........................................   893,000
Denton, TX....................................................   352,500
Department of Public Safety, Polk County, IA, for 
    investigation and prosecution of unsolved crimes using DNA 
    evidence..................................................   194,000
Des Moines, IA Emergency Communications.......................   141,000
Dothan, AL....................................................   352,500
Douglas County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment...    94,000
Downriver Community Conference, Southgate, MI, for equipment 
    upgrades for The Downriver Mutual Aid.....................   446,500
Durham and Wake Counties, NC Visual Intelligence Tool.........   235,000
East Central University, Ada, OK, for forensics equipment.....   235,000
East Orange, NJ Criminal Regional Intelligence Sharing Project 
    (C.R.I.S.P)...............................................   493,500
East Point, GA Law Enforcement Technology Upgrade.............   164,500
Eastchester, NY, Law Enforcement Emergency Management Command 
    Center Equipment..........................................    47,000
E-COM Consolidated Dispatch Center, IL for Public Safety Radio 
    Interoperability..........................................   141,000
Edgecombe County, NC Public Safety Technology.................   235,000
Effingham County, IL, Sheriff's Office........................   141,000
El Paso, TX Broadband Mobile Network.......................... 1,222,000
Erie County, PA...............................................   235,000
Erie County, Pennsylvania Department of Public Safety, Erie 
    County, PA, for a mobile communication system.............   564,000
Escambia County, FL...........................................   352,500
Escondido, CA wireless modems for police vehicles.............   141,000
Essex County, MA Sheriff's Office Information Sharing.........   235,000
Essex County, NJ..............................................   940,000
Evanston, IL Emergency Response Equipment.....................     9,400
Evanston, IL Integrated Vehicle Tracking and Information 
    System....................................................    94,000
Evanston, IL Public Safety Radio and Telecommunications System   249,100
Fairfax City, VA Police Department............................   117,500
Fairfield, CA Police CAD/RMS Dispatch and Records Project.....   399,500
Fairmont, WV Police Department................................    70,500
Fayette County, IL, Sheriff's Office..........................   211,500
Fayetteville Police Department, Fayetteville, AR, for a 
    simulcast communications system that will meet the needs 
    of local public safety agencies...........................   446,500
Fitchburg, WI Police Department...............................   493,500
Flathead County, Flathead County, MT, to enhance emergency 
    communications............................................   223,250
Flint, MI Police Department In-Car Technology.................   799,000
Foley Police Department, Foley, AL, for communications 
    upgrades..................................................   235,000
Follansbee, WV Police Department..............................    70,500
Fort Lee, NJ Interoperable Communications System..............   282,000
FoxComm, Green Bay, WI, to implement interoperable 
    communications............................................   446,500
Framingham, MA Emergency Interoperable Wireless Communications 
    Equipment Network.........................................   517,000
Franklin Park, IL Law Enforcement Strategic Technology Program   940,000
Franklin Regional Council of Governments, MA Law Enforcement 
    Communications............................................   329,000
Fremont, CA Interoperable Public Safety Communications System.   470,000
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Law Enforcement Technology.................    94,000
Gaithersburg, MD Police Department Public Safety and Anti-Gang 
    Initiatives Equipment.....................................   117,500
Gallia County, OH Sheriff's Department........................    47,000
Garden Grove, CA Law Enforcement Technology...................    94,000
Gardena, CA Law Enforcement Technology........................   235,000
Gary, IN Police Department Gunfire Detection System...........   451,200
Georgetown County, SC.........................................   352,500
Gillette, WY..................................................   470,000
Glades County, FL Sheriff's Office Communications Equipment...   385,400
Glendale, AZ Public Safety Equipment..........................   940,000
Glendale, CA Interagency Communications Interoperability 
    System (ICIS).............................................   564,000
Government of the Virgin Islands Law Enforcement Technology...   658,000
Greater Georgetown, CT, Interoperability Initiative...........   470,000
Greece, NY, Police Department.................................   159,800
Green Bay, WI Police Department Marksmanship Range Equipment..   249,100
Green Bay, WI Police Squad Video System.......................   371,300
Green Bay, WI Public Safety Video Surveillance................    94,000
Greene County, MO.............................................   940,000
Hallandale Beach, FL Law Enforcement Communications Equipment.    94,000
Hampton, VA Police Department.................................   235,000
Hancock County, MS Public Safety Wireless Network.............   587,500
Hartford, CT Public Safety Equipment.......................... 1,950,500
Haverstraw, NY, Police Department Equipment...................    47,000
Henderson County Fiscal Court, Henderson County, KY, for 
    equipment up-grades.......................................   564,000
Hendry County, FL Law Enforcement Communications Equipment....   366,600
Hendry County, FL, for law enforcement communications 
    equipment.................................................   178,600
Henry County, GA Law Enforcement Technology...................   470,000
Henry County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment...................   126,900
High Point, NC................................................   352,500
Holden, MA Police Department Technology.......................   446,500
Hollywood, FL Mobile Command Unit Equipment...................   376,000
Honolulu Police Department, Honolulu, HI, for improvements to 
    the Honolulu Police Department's crime lab................   893,000
Hot Springs, AR Police Department Mobile Data Equipment.......   329,000
Hot Springs, AR S.W.A.T Ballistic Vests and Tactical Assault 
    Rifles....................................................    47,000
Howard County, IA, Sheriff's Department.......................   188,000
Huntington, WV Police Department..............................   188,000
Hyattsville, MD Regional Data and Communications Law 
    Enforcement Equipment.....................................   658,000
Idaho Department of Corrections, Boise, ID, for a web-based 
    offender information system...............................    47,000
Idaho State Police, Pocatello, ID, to support criminal 
    information sharing.......................................   470,000
Independence County, AR Sheriff's Department Campus Digital 
    Card Access System........................................   235,000
Inglewood, CA Computer-Aided Dispatch/Records Management 
    System....................................................   423,000
Iowa State University, Ames, IA, for forensics equipment......   194,000
Irwindale, CA Communications Interoperability.................   225,600
Isle of Wight County, VA......................................    84,600
Itasca County, MN Emergency Radio System......................   376,000
Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, for computer software 
    and mapping............................................... 1,175,000
Jasper County, MO.............................................   846,000
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Birmingham, AL, for 
    wireless communications upgrades..........................   188,000
Jefferson County, AL Sheriff's Office Integrated Law 
    Enforcement Records Management............................   470,000
Jefferson County, OH Sheriff's Department.....................    75,200
Jefferson County, WV Sheriff's Department.....................   235,000
Jefferson Parish, LA Sheriff's Department Integrated In-Car 
    Mobile Technology.........................................   672,100
Johnson County, KS Emergency Communications...................    94,000
Jupiter, FL Law Enforcement Technology........................   399,500
Kearny, NJ Police Department Law Enforcement Technology System    94,000
Kenosha County Sheriff's Department, Kenosha, WI, for in-car 
    cameras...................................................   178,600
Kenova, WV Police Department..................................    47,000
Keyser, WV Police Department..................................    79,900
King County, WA Court Technology..............................   305,500
Kiryas Joel, NY Security Equipment and Emergency Services 
    Technology................................................   521,700
Lake County Sheriff's Department, Lake County, IN, to augment 
    and replace helicopters used for public safety purposes...   446,500
Lake County, FL...............................................   352,500
Lake County, IL Integrated Criminal Justice Information System    94,000
Lake County, IN Sheriff's Office Technology...................   658,000
Lake Zurich, IL Police Department Firing Range Equipment......   211,500
LaPorte County, IN Sheriff's Office In-Car Video Recording 
    Systems...................................................   413,600
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Las Vegas, NV, for equipment 
    upgrades..................................................    89,300
Las Vegas, NV Metropolitan Police Department Technology 
    Upgrades..................................................    94,000
Lauderdale Lakes, FL Law Enforcement Technology...............   164,500
Laurel, MD Radio Communications...............................   611,000
Laurens County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment.............   159,800
Lawrence County, OH Sheriff's Department......................    75,200
Lawrence, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment........    61,100
Leavenworth, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment.....    70,500
Lee County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment.....................    65,800
Leominster, MA Police Department Law Enforcement Information 
    and Analysis Sharing Network..............................   493,500
Leon County, FL Joint Emergency Communications Center.........   188,000
Lewiston, NY Law Enforcement Technology.......................    98,700
Lexington, KY Police Air Support Unit.........................   329,000
Linn County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment....................   103,400
Lodi, CA, Police Department equipment.........................    94,000
Logan County, IL, Sheriff's Department........................   846,000
Lorain County, OH Sheriff's Office Mobile Data Terminal 
    Installation Project......................................    47,000
Lorain, OH Police Department Communications and Emergency 
    Operations Center Equipment...............................   235,000
Louisville, GA Police Department..............................   658,000
Louisville, KY Metropolitan Police Department Mobile Data 
    Computers.................................................   493,500
Macomb County Emergency Management and Communications, Mt. 
    Clemens, MI, for equipment purchases......................   669,750
Macomb County, MI.............................................   352,500
Madison County, Richmond, & Berea, KY Mobile Data Terminals...   216,200
Manchester, NH Police Department Law Enforcement Technology...   117,500
Marion County, FL.............................................   282,000
Marion County, Marion, FL, for fingerprint identification 
    equipment.................................................   178,600
Marshall University, Forensic Science DNA Laboratory, 
    Huntington, WV, for forensic lab equipment................ 4,465,000
Massachusetts Sheriff's Association, Norfolk County, MA, for 
    an information-sharing network............................   223,250
McHenry County Sherriff's Department, McHenry County, IL, for 
    radio equipment acquisition...............................   446,500
McHenry County, IL Integrated Criminal Justice Information 
    System....................................................    94,000
McHenry County, IL Law Enforcement Communication System.......    94,000
Meigs County, OH Sheriff's Department.........................    94,000
Mendocino, CA Public Safety Communications....................   493,500
Mesa, AZ Police Department Equipment..........................   305,500
Miami County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment.....    94,000
Miami Gardens, FL Community Policing Equipment................   141,000
Michigan Public Safety Communications, Lansing, MI, for the 
    International Border Interoperability Communications 
    enhancement project.......................................   223,250
Michigan State Police, Lansing, MI, for technology to compare 
    all of the DNA profiles from the participating States.....   312,550
Middlesex Community College, Middlesex County, MA, to expand 
    the Regional Technology Training Law Enforcement 
    Collaborative.............................................   223,250
Middletown, RI Police Technology Upgrades.....................   282,000
Midland, TX...................................................   235,000
Milton, WV Police Department..................................    47,000
Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, WI, to install in-car 
    cameras...................................................   357,200
Mineral County Search and Rescue Training Facility, Mineral 
    County, MT, to upgrade investigative equipment and work 
    stations..................................................   223,250
Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal 
    Apprehension, St. Paul, MN, for a system to improve 
    accurate identification of individuals....................   223,250
Minnesota State Patrol, 8th Congressional District, Digital 
    Cameras...................................................    18,800
Minnesota State Patrol, Tasers for Northeastern Minnesota 
    Patrol Districts..........................................    47,000
Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Jackson, MS, to 
    provide technology and equipment upgrades................. 1,880,000
Missoula County, Missoula County, MT, to purchase equipment 
    for interoperable communications..........................    89,300
Missoula County, MT...........................................   291,400
Molalla, OR Police Department Technology Improvements.........    47,000
Monroe County, OH Sheriff's Department........................    70,500
Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers, Lewis and Clark County, 
    MT, for an electronic monitoring for violent offenders and 
    sexual predators..........................................   446,500
Montebello, CA Police Department Computer Aided Dispatch and 
    Records Management System.................................   164,500
Monterey Park, CA Police Department Computer Aided Dispatch 
    and Records Management System.............................   235,000
Montgomery Township, NJ Police Department.....................   235,000
Montrose, CO Dispatch Center..................................    94,000
Moreno Valley, CA Police Department...........................   141,000
Morgantown, WV Police Department..............................   282,000
Morris County, NJ.............................................   940,000
Moundsville, WV Police Department.............................    70,500
Municipalities of Arroyo, Manati, Luquillo, and Rio Grande, PR   188,000
Municipality of Ponce, PR.....................................   164,500
Narragansett, RI Police Department Interoperable 
    Communications............................................   188,000
Navasota, TX Communications Technology........................   376,000
New Albany, IN Police Department Law Enforcement Technologies.   170,140
New Bedford, MA Police Equipment and Technology Upgrades......   658,000
New Britain, CT Interoperable Public Safety Information System   634,500
New Cumberland, WV Police Department..........................    70,500
New Haven, CT Police Department Gunshot Location System.......   376,000
New Jersey Network............................................ 1,410,000
New Jersey Network, Trenton, NJ, for an interoperable first 
    responders communications network.........................   178,600
New Orleans Police Foundation, Orleans Parish, LA, to design 
    and implement an integrated information system............   223,250
New Orleans, LA Police Department.............................   658,000
New Rochelle, NY, Police Department Communications System.....    47,000
Newark, CA Police Technology Improvements.....................   235,000
Newberry County, SC, Sheriff's Office Technology..............   705,000
Norfolk, VA Police Department................................. 1,052,800
Norman Park, GA Police Department Equipment...................    32,900
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Communication Equipment...   329,000
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Technology   188,000
North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue, West New York, NJ, for a 
    mobile radio interconnect system..........................   267,900
North Judson, IN Police Department Mobile Data Recorders......    56,400
North Las Vegas Police Department, North Las Vegas, NV, for a 
    new records management system.............................   223,250
North Las Vegas, NV Police Department Dispatch/Records 
    Management System.........................................   399,500
North Louisiana Criminalistics Laboratory Commission, 
    Shreveport, LA, for forensics equipment...................    94,000
Northern IL Law Enforcement Initiative........................   352,500
Northern Lake County, IN Automated Fingerprint Identification 
    System (AFIS).............................................   376,000
Nye County Sheriff's Office, Pahrump, NV, for a law 
    enforcement license plate scanner.........................   178,600
Oak Ridge Police Department, Oak Ridge, TN, for law 
    enforcement communications................................   141,000
Oakland County Sheriff's Department (CLEMIS)..................   651,420
Odessa, TX....................................................   117,500
Ohio County Fiscal Court, Ohio County, KY, for mobile data 
    terminals and other equipment.............................   211,500
Oneida County, WI Northeast Wisconsin Public Safety 
    Interoperable Communications..............................   235,000
Onondaga County, NY, communications project................... 1,410,000
Onondaga County, NY, records management project............... 1,128,000
Onondaga County, NY, for a County-City Interoperable 
    Communications System.....................................   446,500
Opa Locka, FL Community Policing Equipment....................   141,000
Orange County, NC and Chapel Hill, NC Law Enforcement 
    Equipment.................................................   235,000
Orem City Police Department, Orem, UT, for in-car video 
    equipment.................................................   164,500
Ouachita County, AR Sheriff's Department......................   235,000
Oxnard, CA Police Records Management System...................   470,000
Ozark, MO.....................................................    94,000
Parkersburg, WV Police Department.............................    70,500
Parsons Police Department Public Safety Equipment.............    70,500
Passaic County Prosecutor's Office, Passaic County, NJ, for a 
    fiber optic network and interoperable communications 
    equipment.................................................   267,900
Passaic, NJ, Police Command and Communication Vehicle 
    Equipment.................................................   211,500
Paterson, NJ Police Department Security Upgrades..............   446,500
Perry, GA Police Department Mobile Data Terminals.............    61,100
Phoenix, AZ Prosecutors Criminal Record System................    56,400
Pierce County, WA Sheriff's Office Automated Finger Imaging 
    System.................................................... 1,198,500
Pigeon Forge, TN Police Department............................   352,500
Pima County, AZ Wireless Integrated Network...................   634,500
Pine Bluff Police Department, Pine Bluff, AR, for an 
    interoperable communications system.......................   535,800
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, SD, for technology upgrades to 
    the 9-1-1 system..........................................   178,600
Placer County, CA............................................. 1,598,000
Plant City, FL Police Department..............................   131,600
Plantation, FL Law Enforcement Technology.....................   282,000
Pomona, CA Police Department Public Radio System..............    47,000
Pompano Beach, FL Law Enforcement Technology..................   446,500
Port Aransas, TX Communications Equipment.....................    47,000
Portsmouth, NH Police Department Police Records On-line 
    Service (PROS)............................................   117,500
Pottawatomie County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety 
    Equipment.................................................    94,000
Powell County, KY Sheriff's Mobile Data Terminals.............    28,200
Presidio, TX Interoperable Communications.....................    23,500
Prince George's County, MD Interoperable Radio Systems........ 1,997,500
Prince George's County, MD, Prince George's County, MD, to 
    upgrade first responder equipment.........................   893,000
Providence, RI Public Safety Communications Equipment.........   305,500
Pueblo County, CO Sheriff's Office Technology.................   305,500
Putnam County, FL.............................................   141,000
Radford, VA Police Department.................................   188,000
Rainier Communications Commission, WA.........................   235,000
Raleigh, NC Police Department Interoperable Communications 
    Technology................................................   376,000
Rehoboth, MA Police Department Technology.....................   117,500
Richmond County, GA Sheriff Mobile Data Terminal Replacement..   188,000
Riley County, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment....    47,000
Riverton Police Department, City of Riverton, Wyoming, for 
    communications equipment..................................    94,000
Riviera Beach, FL Law Enforcement Technology Improvement 
    Project...................................................    94,000
Roane County, TN Emergency Communications.....................   611,000
Robbins, IL Police Department equipment.......................   258,500
Rochester, NH Police Department Law Enforcement Training and 
    Equipment.................................................   235,000
Rock Hill and York County, SC Public Safety Communications....   282,000
Rockland County, NY Police Information Network................    47,000
Ross Township, PA Police Department Equipment.................   399,500
Sacramento County, CA Sheriff's Department Computer Aided 
    Dispatch Replacement......................................   329,000
Saginaw, MI Police Department Gunfire Detection System........   282,000
Saint Clair, PA Police Drug Enforcement Initiative............   211,500
Salem, OR Police Technology...................................    47,000
Salt Lake City, UT In-Car Video Surveillance Technology.......    94,000
Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX, for crime lab 
    technologies..............................................   705,000
San Bernardino County, CA Sheriff's Department................   352,500
San Bernardino, CA Police Department..........................   282,000
San Carlos Apache Tribe, AZ...................................    94,000
San Diego County, CA Sheriff's Department..................... 1,198,500
San Diego, CA Police Department...............................   681,500
San Joaquin County, CA Interoperable Communications Equipment.    94,000
San Luis Obispo County, CA Criminal Justice Records Management 
    System....................................................   188,000
San Mateo County, CA Sheriff's Office Jail Management System..   916,500
Santa Clara County, CA Crime Laboratory Equipment............. 1,269,000
Santa Cruz County, AZ Collaborative Border Regional Alliance 
    (CoBRA) Communications Initiative.........................   376,000
Saranac Lake, NY Radio Communication System...................    47,000
Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, MI Radio and 
    Computer Technology.......................................    56,400
Savannah River National Laboratory Southeast Security 
    Technology Center.........................................   352,500
Scotch Plains, NJ Police Department...........................    75,200
Scott County, IA, Scott County, IA, for equipment and software 
    for the consolidated dispatch center......................    94,000
Searcy, AR Police Department Law Enforcement Equipment........   188,000
Sellersburg, IN Police Department Law Enforcement Technologies   127,840
Shawnee County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment...    61,100
Smith County, MS Sheriff's Department.........................    61,100
Snyder County, Pennsylvania Emergency Services, Snyder County, 
    PA, for interoperable communications......................   164,500
Somerset County, NJ...........................................   940,000
Somerset, Fayette, Greene, Cambria, Westmoreland, Indiana, 
    Armstrong, Allegheny, and Washington Counties, PA Police 
    Department Law Enforcement Technology..................... 1,974,000
South Plainfield, NJ Police Department........................   188,000
South River, NJ Hand Held Radio Replacement...................   117,500
SouthCom Dispatch Center, IL for Technological Improvements...   211,500
Southeast Missouri Local Emergency Planning District.......... 1,391,200
Southern Macomb County, MI Interoperable Communications.......   987,000
Southgate, MI Downriver Community Conference Centralized 
    Emergency Dispatch........................................   188,000
Southington, CT Police Mobile Command Post Technology.........   352,500
Southside Virginia Law Enforcement............................   705,000
St. Clair County Commission, St. Clair County, AL, for law 
    enforcement technology upgrades...........................   164,500
St. Clair County, Port Huron, MI, for the purchase of mobile 
    radios for public safety agencies.........................   178,600
St. Louis County Sheriff's Office, Duluth, MN, for equipment 
    to support interoperability, such as base stations, 
    microwave towers, and installation........................   133,950
St. Louis County, MO East Central Dispatch System Upgrade.....   220,900
St. Mary's County, MD Sheriff's Office Mobile Data Terminal...   738,840
St. Paul, MN Police Department Interoperable 800 MHz Radio 
    Equipment.................................................   564,000
St. Paul, MN Police Department Police Car Camera and Audio 
    Systems...................................................   470,000
Stanislaus County, CA.........................................   352,500
Starke County, IN Sheriff Department Interoperable 
    Communications Equipment..................................   517,000
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, for remote access to criminal 
    justice information from a single point...................   235,000
State of Maryland, Annapolis, MD, for equipment to attain 
    interoperability among all state law enforcement agencies 
    as well as local jurisdictions............................   669,750
State of Michigan Public Safety Communications System.........   164,500
Steelton, PA Police Defense and Enforcement Initiative........   155,100
Stockton, CA Police Equipment.................................   634,500
Sultan, WA Police Department Technology Improvement Program...   117,500
Summit, NJ Police Department..................................   235,000
Sussex County, NJ.............................................   940,000
Swain County, NC Law Enforcement Communications...............    94,000
Swainsboro, GA Police Department..............................   282,000
Talladega County Commission, Talladega, AL, for technological 
    upgrades to the public safety infrastructure..............   211,500
Tempe, AZ Public Safety Communications/Interoperability.......   681,500
Terre Haute, IN Emergency Communications......................   719,100
Thibodaux, LA Police Department Equipment.....................   220,900
Topeka, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment..........    65,800
Towamencin Township, PA Police Department Equipment...........    42,300
Town of Johnston, Johnston, RI, to purchase communications 
    equipment.................................................    89,300
Town of Manchester, Town of Manchester, CT, for equipment for 
    an emergency operations center............................   446,500
Town of Redding, CT, Town of Redding, CT, for equipment for a 
    new regional Centralized Communications Center............   312,550
Town of Westerly, Westerly, RI, for communications equipment 
    to improve community policing capabilities................   133,950
Town of Windham, Town of Windham, CT, for equipment upgrades 
    at the Town of Windham's Public Safety Complex............   223,250
Travis County, TX Sheriff Regional Law Enforcement Training 
    Center....................................................   352,500
Tri-Valley Cities, CA East Bay Regional Communications System.   540,500
Tucson, AZ Finger Imaging System Upgrade......................    94,000
Turner County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment..............    61,100
Twiggs County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment..............   159,800
Uhrichsville, OH Police Department Emergency Radio System.....    47,000
Union City, CA Law Enforcement Technologies...................    94,000
United Keetowah Band of Cherokee Indians, OK Police Technology 
    and Equipment Enhancement.................................   423,000
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK, for forensics 
    equipment.................................................   235,000
University of Colorado/National Center for Audio and Video 
    Forensics, Denver, CO, to establish a cutting edge 
    forensics center..........................................   357,200
University of Louisville Research Foundation, Louisville, KY, 
    for forensics equipment...................................   705,000
University of North Alabama, Florence, AL, criminal justice 
    outreach initiatives......................................   282,000
University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, for a 
    state-wide and regional information sharing system........ 1,175,000
Upper Peninsula 15 County Consortium, Marquette, MI, for 
    interoperable communications equipment....................   446,500
Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, for the 
    Vermont Justice Information Sharing System................   400,000
Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, for the 
    Vermont State Police mobile/remote computing project......   400,000
Vienna, VA Police Department..................................   235,000
Virginia Beach, VA Police Department..........................   188,000
Virginia State Police, Richmond, VA, for the Northern Virginia 
    and District of Columbia Internet Crimes Against Children 
    Task Force to train law enforcement officials.............   178,600
Virginia State Police, Richmond, VA, to maintain databases and 
    technical infrastructure..................................    89,300
Wadesboro and Anson Counties, NC..............................   282,000
Wake County, NC Interoperable Communications Project..........   681,500
Wapello County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment.................   126,900
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, Lacey, 
    WA, for DNA testing for stranger rapes....................   491,150
Washington County, OH Sheriff's Department....................    23,500
Wayne County, MI Radio Communications Interoperability........   211,500
Wayne County, OH, Sheriff's Office............................   655,180
Wayne County, WV Sheriff's Office.............................   282,000
Weber County, UT..............................................   352,500
Weirton, WV Police Department.................................    70,500
Wellsburg, WV Police Department...............................    70,500
West Bloomfield, MI Police Department.........................   590,320
West Columbia, SC, Police Department..........................   352,500
West Covina, CA Interagency Communications Interoperability...   517,000
West Linn, OR Emergency Communications Enhancement............    47,000
West Virginia University Forensic Science Initiative, 
    Morgantown, WV............................................ 3,572,000
Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY Law Enforcement 
    Communications Equipment.................................. 1,034,000
Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY Law Enforcement 
    Technology Equipment......................................   940,000
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, for campus 
    public safety.............................................   188,000
Westfield, NJ Police Department...............................   235,000
Whatcom County, WA, for an information sharing and exchange 
    system....................................................   223,250
Wheeling, WV Police Department................................    70,500
Whitemarsh Township, PA Police Department Equipment...........    32,900
Wilkinson County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment...........    61,100
Will County, IL Sheriff's Office..............................   502,900
Will County, IL, for technology interoperability improvements.   460,000
Williamsburg County, SC Law Enforcement Technology............   470,000
Windham, CT Dispatch Center Equipment.........................   329,000
Winters, CA Public Safety Equipment...........................   164,500
Woburn, MA Police Department Radio Communications and Police 
    Dispatch Center Upgrade...................................   470,000
Woodbridge, NJ Police Department..............................   235,000
Woodford County, KY Sheriff's Mobile Data Terminals...........   202,100
Woodson County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment...    94,000
Woonsocket, RI Police Technology Upgrades.....................   188,000
York County, PA...............................................    14,100
York, SC Police Department Technology and Records Management..   235,000
    Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction.--The amended bill 
includes $20,000,000 for grant assistance to State and local 
law enforcement agencies to combat violent crime, with special 
emphasis on areas plagued by violent gangs and drug-trafficking 
crime involving firearms.
    Methamphetamine Enforcement and Clean-up.--The amended bill 
includes $61,187,000 for grants to address public safety and 
methamphetamine manufacturing, sale, and use in ``hot spots.'' 
Within the amount provided, $20,000,000 is included to 
reimburse the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for 
assistance to State and local law enforcement for proper 
removal and disposal of hazardous materials at clandestine 
methamphetamine labs, including funds for training, technical 
assistance, a container program, and purchase of equipment. 
Within the funds provided, the COPS program office, in 
consultation with DEA, is directed to review the following 
projects, to provide funding consistent with law and 
Congressional intent, and to report to the Appropriations 
Committees regarding the disbursement of these funds:

        Project                                                   Amount
22nd Judicial District, Montezuma County, CO, for anti-meth 
    operations................................................   133,950
Alamosa Police Department, Alamosa, CO, for anti-meth 
    equipment.................................................    22,325
Arkansas State Police, Little Rock, AR, to investigate, seize, 
    dismantle and direct the clean-up of meth labs............   535,800
Asheville, NC Police Department Methamphetamine Enforcement...    94,000
Atascosa and Wilson County, TX Sheriff's' and Constable's 
    Departments Methamphetamine Law Enforcement...............   141,000
Bibb County, AL Sheriff's Department..........................   235,000
Boone, Kenton, Campbell Counties, KY, Boone County, for 
    logistical support for the task force.....................   470,000
Broomfield Police Department, Broomfield, CO, for anti-meth 
    equipment.................................................   357,200
California Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotics 
    Enforcement, Sacramento, CA, for the California 
    Methamphetamine Strategy (CALMS)..........................   258,500
California Department of Justice, California Methamphetamine 
    Strategy (CALMS)..........................................   235,000
Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department, Cape Girardeau, 
    MO, for combating methamphetamine......................... 1,175,000
Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force Methamphetamine 
    Enforcement...............................................   284,820
City of Andalusia, Andalusia, AL, for anti-methamphetamine 
    programs..................................................   235,000
City of Baker, Baker, OR, for drug detection canines..........    44,650
City of Carson City, Carson City, NV, for combating meth in 
    Nevada....................................................   312,550
City of Greenville, MS........................................   658,000
City of Montrose, Montrose County, CO, for anti-meth equipment 
    and operations............................................    89,300
City of Talladega, Talladega, AL, for anti-methamphetamine 
    programs..................................................    94,000
Clackamas County, OR Methamphetamine Initiative: Juvenile 
    Outreach and Community Prosecution........................   211,500
Clackamas County, OR, Clackamas County, OR, to implement a 
    strategy for fighting meth problem........................   235,000
Cleburne County, AR Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine Law 
    Enforcement...............................................   188,000
Coconino County, AZ, Meth Initiative..........................    94,000
County of Hawaii, County of Hawaii, HI, for the Comprehensive 
    Meth Response program.....................................   357,200
County of Solano, Solano County, CA, for enforcement teams 
    addressing meth and gangs.................................   178,600
Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR, for meth-focused 
    training courses..........................................   267,900
Crittenden County, AR Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine Law 
    Enforcement...............................................   188,000
Daviess County, KY Sheriff's Department.......................   188,000
Department of Public Safety, Polk County, IA, to intercept 
    imported meth.............................................   291,000
Eagle County Sheriff's Office, Eagle County, CO, for anti-meth 
    operations................................................    89,300
Eastern Colorado Plains Drug Task Force.......................   329,000
Etowah County, AL.............................................   282,000
Franklin County, IL Sheriff's Department......................   258,500
Franklin County, MO Sheriff's Office..........................   141,000
Frio and McMullen County, TX Sheriff's and Constable's 
    Departments Methamphetamine Law Enforcement...............   235,000
Gay Men's Health Crisis Center, New York, NY, for an anti-meth 
    program for substance abuse reduction and counseling......   303,150
Grant Parish, LA Sheriff's Department Meth Task Force.........   658,000
Greater Routt and Moffat Narcotics Enforcement Team (GRAMNET), 
    Routt County, for anti-meth operations....................    89,300
Greeley Police Department, Weld County, CO, for anti-meth 
    equipment.................................................   133,950
Heartland Family Service, Omaha, NE, to provide services to 
    women and children in methamphetamine abuse cases.........   178,600
Heartland Family Services, Council Bluffs, IA, to provide 
    family-based residential meth treatment in western Iowa...   145,500
Heartland Family Services, Papillion, NE, for a collaborative, 
    clinically managed treatment service for substance abuse 
    patients..................................................    94,000
Illinois Sheriffs Association, Springfield, IL, for law 
    enforcement and clean-up of meth production and abuse.....   200,000
Iowa Office of Drug Control, Des Moines, IA, for coordinated 
    regional meth task forces.................................   339,500
Jackson County, MS Sheriff's Office Methamphetamine Initiative   211,500
Jasper Police Department, Jasper, AL, for technology and 
    equipment to combat meth..................................   188,000
Jasper, AL Police Department..................................   761,400
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Jefferson County, CO, for 
    anti-meth equipment.......................................   111,625
Jefferson County, CO Methamphetamine Response Collaborative...   305,500
Jim Hogg and Starr County, TX Sheriff's and Constable's 
    Departments Methamphetamine Law Enforcement...............   235,000
Kanawha Valley Metro Drug Task Force..........................   117,500
Kansas Bureau of Investigation................................   141,000
Kids First, Marion County, OR, for programs and services to 
    focus on children affected by methamphetamine addiction...   357,200
Kids Hope-Hudelson Region, Springfield, IL, for family 
    preservation services for meth-affected families..........   100,000
Lamar County, AL Sheriff's Department.........................   131,600
Lane County, OR Methamphetamine Abatement Initiative..........   399,500
Larimer County Drug Task Force, Larimer County, CO, for anti-
    meth equipment............................................   133,950
Lincoln County, OR Methamphetamine Initiative.................   258,500
Lincoln County, OR, Lincoln County, OR, for methamphetamine 
    initiatives...............................................   282,000
Madison, NC Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine Enforcement..    94,000
Maine State Police Methamphetamine Project....................   423,000
Marathon County, WI Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine 
    Response..................................................   235,000
METH CHECK, Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy............   564,000
Meth Project Foundation, Missoula County, MT, for a 
    methamphetamine prevention program........................   446,500
Methodist University Methamphetamine Educational Training 
    Project...................................................   399,500
Mineral Area, MO Drug Task Force..............................   202,100
Minnehaha County Sheriff's Department, Minnehaha County, SD, 
    for meth reduction programs...............................    94,000
Minot State University, Minot, ND, for methamphetamine 
    research and public education.............................   669,750
Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Jackson, MS, for meth 
    enforcement, clean-up equipment, and training............. 1,880,000
Montana Meth Project..........................................   470,000
Multnomah County, OR Stomp Out Meth Project...................   446,500
National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, CO, to 
    research the long-term consequences of the meth and 
    chemical exposures........................................    70,500
Nebraska State Patrol.........................................   352,500
Nebraska State Patrol, Lincoln, NE, to combat methamphetamine.   235,000
Nevada County, CA Narcotics Task Force........................   470,000
New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, Concord, NH, to fund 
    a statewide multi-jurisdictional task force...............   752,000
New Mexico Department of Public Safety, Santa Fe, NM, for 
    equipment to combat meth..................................    89,300
New Mexico Rural Meth Enforcement Initiative.................. 1,010,500
NH State Police, Concord, NH, to combat gang and drug-related 
    violence and crime........................................   846,000
North Dakota Rural Methamphetamine Enforcement and Treatment..   634,500
Northeast Law Enforcement Administrators Council 
    Methamphetamine Reduction Project, MN.....................   747,300
Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force.......................   188,000
Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force...........................   282,000
Northern Nevada Anti-Meth Initiative..........................   940,000
Northwest PA Anti-Meth Collaboration..........................   188,000
Northwest Regional Drug Task Force, VA........................   188,000
Office of the District Attorney, 2nd Judicial District, 
    Albuquerque, NM, to provide additional staff for the Meth 
    Prosecution Unit..........................................    89,300
Orangeburg, SC Department of Public Safety Gang and Meth Lab 
    Tracking..................................................   282,000
Oregon Partnership--Target Meth Oregon Program................   352,500
Pennyrile, KY Narcotics Task Force............................   352,500
Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA, for Statewide meth 
    initiative................................................   394,800
Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA, for the National Meth 
    Center training and assistance............................   714,400
Polk County, FL Sheriff's Office..............................   235,000
Prairie View Prevention Services, SD Methamphetamine Awareness 
    and Prevention Project....................................   141,000
Prevention and Recovery Services, Inc., Topeka, KS, for to 
    fight methamphetamine production and abuse................    84,600
Riverside County, CA Sheriff's Department.....................   940,000
Rockdale County, GA Methamphetamine Initiative................   188,000
Rusk and Barron County, WI Sheriffs' Departments..............   235,000
San Carlos Apache Tribe, Tribal Police Department, San Carlos 
    Apache Tribe, San Carlos Apache Reservation, AZ, for a law 
    enforcement initiative to target meth.....................    94,000
Searcy County, AR Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine Law 
    Enforcement...............................................    47,000
Sioux City, IA National Meth Training Center..................   352,500
Skagit County, WA Meth Enforcement............................    47,000
Solano County, CA Gang and Methamphetamine Enforcement........   164,500
South Central Missouri Drug Task Force........................   235,000
South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team, Oregon Meth 
    Enforcement...............................................   164,500
Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force............................   206,800
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, for statewide methamphetamine 
    enforcement............................................... 1,410,000
Target Meth Oregon, Salem, OR, to combat meth.................   312,550
Tennessee Meth Task Force.....................................   470,000
Tennessee Statewide Methamphetamine Task Force, Chattanooga, 
    TN, for anti-methamphetamine initiatives..................   282,000
Tennessee Technological University Methamphetamine Task Force.   423,000
Tucson, AZ Methamphetamine Education Program..................   258,500
Uintah County, Uintah County, UT, for methamphetamine 
    enforcement and clean-up..................................   470,000
Union County, IL Sheriff's Department.........................   446,500
University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL, for research that 
    addresses meth in rural areas.............................   188,000
Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative................... 1,410,000
Washington State University Methamphetamine Research..........   517,000
Webster County, IA Sheriff's Office...........................    94,000
Western North Carolina Methamphetamine Enforcement............   493,500
White Earth Band of Chippewa Reservation Tribal Nation, MN 
    Methamphetamine Enforcement...............................   470,000
White Earth Tribal Nation, White Earth, MN, to educate, clean-
    up and enforce the growing problem of meth use on 
    reservation lands.........................................   178,600
Willmar, MN Methamphetamine Education Program.................    23,500
Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal 
    Investigation, Madison, WI, to continue the statewide meth 
    initiative................................................   714,400

    DNA Analysis Backlog Reduction/Crime Labs.--The amended 
bill provides $152,272,000 to improve Federal and State DNA 
collection and analysis systems, which are critical to the 
prosecution of the guilty and the protection of the innocent 
from wrongful prosecution. Within these amounts, $147,391,000 
is for Debbie Smith DNA backlog grants and $4,881,000 is for 
Post-Conviction DNA Testing grants.
    Child Sexual Predator Elimination/Sex Offender 
Management.--The amended bill includes $15,608,000 for a new 
national initiative to provide grants to State and local 
governments to locate, arrest, prosecute and manage sexual 
predators. Within funds provided, $4,162,000 is made available 
for sex offender management grants and $850,000 is for the 
National Sex Offender Registry.

                       JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS

    The amended bill includes $383,513,000 for Juvenile Justice 
Programs, instead of $399,900,000, as proposed by the House, 
and $345,000,000, as proposed by the Senate.

Juvenile Justice Programs

                        (In thousands of dollars)

                                                                 Amended
        Program                                              Bill Amount
Part A--Management and Administration.........................      $658
Part B--State Formula.........................................    74,260
Part E--Challenge Grants and Projects.........................    93,835
Youth Mentoring Grants........................................    70,000
Title V--Incentive Grants.....................................    61,100
    Tribal Youth..............................................  (14,100)
    Gang Prevention...........................................  (18,800)
    Alcohol Prevention........................................  (25,000)
Secure Our Schools Act........................................    15,040
Victims of Child Abuse Programs...............................    16,920
    Regional Child Advocacy Centers...........................   (3,760)
Juvenile Accountability Block Grant...........................    51,700
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        Total.................................................  $383,513

    Youth Mentoring Grants.--National, regional and local 
mentoring programs play a critical role in nurturing America's 
children--helping them to become good citizens who strengthen 
our communities. To support this vital work, the amended bill 
provides $70,000,000 for a competitive program of youth 
mentoring grants. Within 60 days of enactment of this Act, the 
Office of Justice Programs 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. It is expected that 
national programs that have received funding under the Byrne 
discretionary program or the Juvenile Justice Part E program 
will be eligible for funding under this competitive grant 
program.
    Part E--Juvenile Justice Challenge Grants and Projects.--
The amended bill provides $93,835,000 for grants under the Part 
E programs. Within the funds provided, the Office of Justice 
Programs is directed to review the following projects, to 
provide funding consistent with law and Congressional intent, 
and to report to the Appropriations Committees regarding the 
disbursement of these funds:

        Project                                                   Amount
180 Turning Lives Around, Child and Teen Violence 
    Reduction and Treatment Program, Hazlet, NJ.........        $564,000
4 Kids Early Learning Network, Braddock, PA.............          94,000
A Better Way Gang Prevention Project, Columbia, SC......         470,000
A.J. McClung YMCA, Columbus, GA.........................          47,000
Abraham House Programs for At-Risk Youth, Bronx, NY.....          94,000
Abyssinian Development Corporation programs for at-risk 
    youth, New York, NY.................................         893,000
Abyssinian Development Corporation, New York, NY, to 
    support and expand youth and young adult after-
    school and summer programs..........................         446,500
Adjudicated Youth Program at Texas A&M Corpus Christi...         188,000
Advancing and Inspiring Learning Education Outreach, 
    92nd Street Y, New York, NY.........................         258,500
Aftercare for Phoenix House Clients in Western MA.......         634,500
AIDS Council of Northeastern New York At-Risk Youth 
    Prevention Education Initiative, Albany, NY.........          94,000
Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, Talladega, AL, 
    mentoring for disabled at-risk youth................         188,000
Alameda County, CA, Children's Assessment Center........         470,000
Albany PAL After School Club for at-risk youth, Albany, 
    NY..................................................         164,500
Albany, NY, Teen Challenge At-Risk Youth Drug Prevention 
    Outreach............................................          47,000
Alianza Dominicana Inc. programs for at-risk youth, New 
    York, NY............................................         188,000
Alief ISD Safe and Drug Free Schools, Houston, TX.......         188,000
Amar Civic Club programs for at-risk youth, Reynolds, GA         117,500
American Ballet Theatre, New York, NY, to provide 
    disadvantaged and at-risk youth a hands on 
    opportunity to create, produce, and execute all 
    aspects of an original performance. Formal 
    evaluations of these programs have demonstrated 
    reduced truancy and delinquency.....................         178,600
American Sailing Training Association, Newport, RI, for 
    after-school programs for at-risk youth to reduce 
    truancy and delinquency.............................         263,200
American Village Citizenship Trust, Montevallo, AL, for 
    character programs in at-risk areas.................         329,000
AMISTAD Alliance Youth Program, New Haven, CT...........         282,000
An Achievable Dream, Newport News, VA...................         352,500
An Achievable Dream, Newport News, VA, for at-risk youth 
    programs............................................         267,900
Anti-Gang and Youth Violence Prevention Program, Union 
    City, NJ............................................         282,000
ARISE Foundation........................................         728,500
Arlington, MA, School Resource Officer..................          47,000
Armory Foundation Delinquency Prevention Program, New 
    York, NY............................................          47,000
Asian American Leadership Empowerment and Development, 
    Wheaton, MD, for programs for low-income families 
    whose children are at-risk of dropping out of school         267,900
Asian Youth Center Teen Leadership Training Center, Los 
    Angeles, CA.........................................          94,000
Asociacion Tepeyac Community Center Programs for At-Risk 
    Youth, South Bronx, New York........................         188,000
Aspire Program in Wheaton, IL...........................         634,500
Back on Track, Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San 
    Mateo & Marin Counties, CA..........................         282,000
Baltimore City Public School System, MD Public School 
    Safety Initiative...................................         399,500
Baltimore School for the Arts, Baltimore, MD, for the 
    TWIGS (To Work in Gaining Skills) program for arts 
    programs for at-risk youth..........................         267,900
BAM Youth and Community Initiatives, Brooklyn, NY.......         282,000
Baptist Child and Family Services STAR program, San 
    Antonio, TX.........................................         470,000
Barrio Action Youth and Family Center Learning 
    Excellence-Achieving Dreams, Los Angeles, CA........          47,000
Barron County, WI, Restorative Justice and Truancy 
    Prevention Program..................................         235,000
Bates CDC programs for at-risk youth, Louisville, KY....         141,000
Bay County, FL Junior Deputy and Law Enforcement 
    Explorer............................................         188,000
Beltrami County, Bemidji, MN, for a program for at-risk 
    children ages and their families....................         133,950
Bethesda Home for Boys, Savannah, GA....................         235,000
Bethesda Home for Boys, Savannah, GA, for at-risk youth 
    this organization serves............................          47,000
Big Brothers & Big Sisters Mentoring Program of Windham 
    County, VT..........................................         235,000
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Alaska, Eagle River, AK, for 
    at-risk youth mentoring program.....................       1,128,000
Bolder Options of Minneapolis, MN.......................         117,500
Bolder Options, Minneapolis, for programs to reduce 
    truancy and juvenile delinquency....................         312,550
Boys & Girls Club of Toledo, OH.........................         235,000
Bronx Cluster Delinquency Prevention, NY................         282,000
Brooklyn Arts Council at-risk youth programs, Brooklyn, 
    NY..................................................         188,000
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy at-risk youth programs, 
    Brooklyn, NY........................................         282,000
Brooks County, GA, After School Programs for At-Risk 
    Youth...............................................          47,000
Bucks County, PA, Truant Youth Counseling...............         188,000
Building Toward Wellness Community Coalition programs 
    for at-risk youth, Columbus, GA.....................          94,000
BYU-Public School Partnership, Provo, UT, for statewide 
    partnerships for delinquency prevention.............         282,000
Camden Community Safe Zone Initiative, Camden, NJ.......         658,000
Camp Fire USA, Kansas City, KS, for mentoring children 
    of prisoners........................................         141,000
CAPPA Youth Intervention and Development, Williamsport, 
    PA..................................................         272,600
CEDARS, Lincoln, NE, for an emergency shelter program 
    for runaway and homeless youth......................         133,950
Central City Action Committee Graffiti Abatement 
    Program, Los Angeles, CA............................          70,500
Central Indiana Teen Challenge..........................          94,000
Central New Mexico YMCA, Albuquerque, NM, to provide 
    life skills development services for at-risk 
    children............................................         235,000
CHANGE, Inc. at-risk youth program, Wheeling, WV........          94,000
Chicago Public Schools After School Counts Program for 
    at-risk youth, IL...................................       1,034,000
Childhelp of Fairfax, VA................................         470,000
Children and Families First, Wilmington, DE, to continue 
    programs to reduce truancy in New Castle and Kent 
    County, Delaware....................................         347,800
Children's Outing Association, Milwaukee, WI, for a 
    city-wide teen program..............................         178,600
City and County of San Bernardino, CA Community 
    Prosecutor Program..................................         164,500
City of Boston, Suffolk County, MA, for a program to 
    reduce recidivism...................................         312,550
City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, for a summer and 
    after-school program for youth......................         312,550
City of Buffalo, NY, Youth Violence Prevention and 
    Intervention Program................................          94,000
City of Charlotte, NC, Charlotte, NC, for a gang 
    prevention program..................................         282,000
City of Charlotte, NC, Gang of One Initiative...........         940,000
City of Grand Rapids, MI, LOOP Programs.................         352,500
City of Hartford, Hartford, CT, for a program to provide 
    summer employment opportunities and job training for 
    teens...............................................         312,550
City of Irwindale, CA, Teen Activity Center.............          28,200
City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, for an anti-gang 
    intervention and prevention program.................         267,900
City of Lumpkin, GA, at-risk youth initiatives..........          94,000
City of Miami Beach, FL, Gang and Drug Prevention 
    Program.............................................         681,500
City of Philadelphia, PA Youth Violence Reduction 
    Partnership.........................................          94,000
City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, for a program to 
    reduce youth violence and homicide rates............         940,000
City of Providence, Providence, RI, for the Providence 
    After School Alliance (PASA)........................         263,200
City of Sacramento, CA, Police Department School 
    Attendance Center Program...........................         282,000
City of San Bernardino, City of San Bernardino, CA, for 
    a school-based partnership to provide gang 
    resistance education/training.......................         312,550
City of San Diego, CA Children's Initiative Youth 
    Diversion Program...................................         164,500
City of Springfield, Springfield, OH, for programs and 
    resources for at-risk youth.........................         312,550
City of Steubenville, OH, MLK Recreation Center At-Risk 
    Youth Program.......................................          37,600
City of Trenton, NJ, YouthStat Crime Prevention Program.         305,500
City of Trenton, Trenton, NJ, for a YouthStat Crime 
    Prevention Program..................................         178,600
City Year of Rhode Island...............................         188,000
Cleveland Botanical Gardens Green Corps programs for at-
    risk youth, OH......................................         517,000
Coalition for the Homeless At-Risk Youth Services 
    Program, New York, NY...............................         446,500
Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond, VA, for gang 
    prevention education................................         156,275
Communities in Schools, Decatur County, GA..............          47,000
Community and Schools Together Project, Huntington 
    Station, NY.........................................          94,000
Community Connections, Bluefield, WV....................          39,480
Community Counseling Center, Portland, ME Trauma 
    Prevention and Treatment for At-Risk Youth..........         470,000
Community Outreach Center, Monsey, NY...................         188,000
Compton Unified School District Youth Safety Program, 
    Willowbrook, CA.....................................         141,000
Courage to Speak Foundation, County of Fairfield, CT, 
    for a drug abuse prevention program.................         446,500
Court Appointed Special Advocates, Los Angeles County, 
    CA..................................................         235,000
Covenant House Regional Training Center Program, 
    Brooklyn, NY........................................          47,000
Covenant House, NJ Rights of Passage Program............         352,500
Creative Visions programs for at-risk youth, Des Moines, 
    IA..................................................         141,000
Cypress Park Junior Aztec Fire Fuels Program, Los 
    Angeles, CA.........................................          70,500
D.A.R.E. New Jersey, Cranbury, NJ, for a youth 
    prevention program..................................          89,300
Dauphin County, PA, Social Services for Children & 
    Youth, Independent Living Mentor Families...........         244,400
Dawson, GA, Public Safety Department Youth Advocacy 
    Program.............................................          23,500
DC Children's Advocacy Center--Safe Shores, Washington, 
    DC..................................................         611,000
De La Salle Middle School at St. Matthew's programs for 
    at-risk youth, St. Louis, MO........................         305,500
Des Plaines Teen Center, Des Plaines, IL, for prevention 
    programming for at-risk adolescents.................         300,000
Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, Wildwood Ranch Youth 
    Programs, MI........................................         493,500
Detroit, MI, Business to Youth Mentoring Project........         188,000
Dominico-American Society, Corona, NY...................         188,000
Duval County, FL, Youth Advocate Program, Juvenile 
    Justice Recidivism Reduction Project................         258,500
East Akron Community House Youth Programs, Akron, OH....          94,000
East End Cooperative Ministry of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 
    PA, for at-risk youth programs......................         376,000
East Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, CA, for an anti-gang 
    initiative..........................................         178,600
Eastern Michigan University Services for Teen Parents 
    and their Families, Ypsilanti, MI...................         564,000
Eastern Shores of Maryland Education Consortium, 
    Centerville, MD, to expand the dropout prevention 
    program to utilize a web-based curriculum...........         223,250
El Centro de Accion Social Pena Juvenil Programs for 
    Youth, Pasadena, CA.................................          94,000
El Museo del Barrio Delinquency Prevention Program, New 
    York, NY............................................          47,000
El Museo del Barrio Juvenile Justice After School 
    Programs, New York, NY..............................          47,000
El Museo del Barrio's Educational Programs in the Bronx 
    for At-Risk Youth, NY...............................          94,000
Elon University of Law, Juvenile Justice Intervention 
    and Mediation Clinic, Greensboro, NC................         235,000
Elysian Valley United Community Services Center, Los 
    Angeles, CA, Giant Step Program.....................          65,800
Eon Youth Project, Tucson, AZ...........................          94,000
Eskuwela Kultura Computer Lab, Los Angeles, CA..........          37,600
Essex County Sheriff's Office, Essex County, MA, for an 
    oxycontin prevention program........................         223,250
Fairfax County, VA, Gang Prevention Programs............         188,000
Family and Children's Association, Mineola, NY, for the 
    Hagedorn-Hempstead Initiative.......................          89,300
Father Maloney's Boy's Haven Life Skills Program, 
    Louisville, KY......................................          47,000
Fire Towns Community Center Youth Gang and Violence 
    Prevention Project, Lawrence, NY....................          47,000
Florida State Attorney's Community Prosecution Program..         376,000
Fontana, CA Teen Center for After School Programs.......          94,000
Four Oaks Family and Children's Services, Cedar Rapids, 
    IA..................................................          94,000
Franklin Community Action Programs for At-Risk Youth, 
    Greenfield, MA......................................         211,500
Freeport Pride Juvenile Diversion Program, Freeport, NY.          47,000
Gateway Youth Outreach After School Homework Assistance 
    Program for At-Risk Youth, Elmont, NY...............         305,500
Girl Scouts of the USA, New York, NY, for outreach and 
    volunteer training in New Mexico....................         188,000
Girls Inc. of the Greater Peninsula, Operation: IMPACT, 
    Hampton, VA.........................................         225,600
Girls, Inc..............................................         470,000
Gladys Allen Brigham Community Center Youth Empowerment 
    Services, Pittsfield, MA............................         188,000
Grand Rapids Public Schools, Grand Rapids, MI, for an 
    academic prevention and workforces skills program...         178,600
Grand Street Settlement, Manhattan, NY..................         188,000
Granite School District START program, Salt Lake City, 
    UT..................................................         211,500
Granite School District, Salt Lake City, UT, for school 
    district's gang violence prevention program.........         188,000
Gwen's Girls, Pittsburgh, PA............................          94,000
Harlem RBI, Inc. Delinquency Prevention, New York, NY...         141,000
Hidalgo County, TX, Truancy Program.....................         517,000
Hillsborough County, FL Advocate Programs, Juvenile 
    Justice Services Project............................         141,000
Holy Family Institute, Pittsburgh, PA At-Risk Youth 
    Services............................................         141,000
Homenetmen Glendale Chapter After School Tutoring for 
    At-Risk Youth, Glendale, CA.........................          47,000
Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties, 
    Paris, IL, to combat substance abuse among high-risk 
    youth...............................................         200,000
I Have a Dream Foundation, TX...........................         235,000
Improved Solutions for Urban Systems, Dayton, OH, for an 
    employment program for court-involved youth.........         178,600
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Partnership for At-Risk 
    Youth, IN...........................................         164,500
Inner Harbor of Georgia-EXCEL Program...................         517,000
Institute for International Sport Nonviolence Program, 
    Kingston, RI........................................          94,000
Jackson, TN, Teen Crime Prevention Program..............         752,000
James L. Barnes CDC programs for at-risk youth, Dawson, 
    GA..................................................          47,000
Juvenile Justice Center, Suffolk University Law School, 
    Boston, MA..........................................         493,500
Juvenile Reentry Program, Essex County, NJ..............          94,000
Karamu House, Cleveland, OH, for after-school programs 
    for at-risk children in Cleveland, Ohio.............         178,600
Kickstart, Houston, TX, to expand children's character 
    development.........................................          94,000
Kids Averted from Placement Services (KAPS), San 
    Antonio, TX, to prevent juvenile delinquency........          47,000
Kids Averted from Placement Services (KAPS), TX.........         211,500
KidsPeace Rhode Island..................................          94,000
KidsPeace Therapeutic Services for At-Risk Foster Care 
    Youth, Alexandria, VA...............................         282,000
KidsPeace, Columbia, MD, for supportive services for 
    foster care families................................         357,200
KidsPeace, Inc., New Haven, CT, for a children's mental 
    health crisis program...............................         223,250
KidsPeace/West Virginia KidConnect, Moundsville, WV.....         235,000
Klingberg Family Centers Delinquency Prevention 
    Initiative, New Britain, CT.........................         540,500
La Esperanza Home for Boys, Austin, TX..................         705,000
Lafayette/Oxford/University Angel Ranch, Oxford, MS, for 
    domestic services for victims of abuse..............          47,000
Las Vegas, NV Youth Initiative..........................         164,500
Latino Pastoral Action Center Programs for At-Risk 
    Youth, Bronx, NY....................................         282,000
Learning Through Listening Program, Cambridge, MA.......         305,500
Lexington, MA, School Resource Officer Program..........          47,000
Liberty Theater at-risk youth initiatives, Columbus, GA.         235,000
Life Transformation Ministry, Americus, GA..............          47,000
LIFECamp Dropout Prevention Program, Jamaica, NY........         117,500
Livingston County, NY, community service/youth court 
    program.............................................          70,500
Long Island University, NY Arts for At-Risk Youth.......         329,000
Los Angeles Community Law Enforcement [LA CLEAR] and 
    Recovery and Gang Reduction Programs, Los Angeles, 
    CA, for anti-gang intervention and prevention 
    programs............................................         357,200
Los Angeles Conservation Corps Environmental Jobs 
    Program for At-Risk Youth, CA.......................          94,000
Louisville Science Center at-risk youth programs, KY....          47,000
Maplewood, NJ, At-Risk Youth Program....................          94,000
Marcus Institute, Atlanta, GA...........................         940,000
Marcus Institute, Atlanta, GA, for providing remediation 
    for the potential consequences of childhood abuse 
    and neglect.........................................         141,000
Marion County, OR, Kids First Initiative................         399,500
Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center Youth violence 
    prevention program, Oakland, CA.....................         282,000
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, Rock Island, 
    IL..................................................         282,000
Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center for At-Risk Youth, 
    Bronx, NY...........................................         329,000
Maryhurst Juvenile Delinquency Response Program, 
    Louisville, KY......................................          47,000
Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribe Youth Program, MA........         282,000
McKinley County, NM, Juvenile Substance Abuse Crisis 
    Center..............................................         352,500
Miami-Dade County, FL, Juvenile Assessment Center.......         352,500
Minnesota Teen Challenge................................         235,000
Mobile, AL Team Focus Mentoring and Education...........         352,500
Monterey County, Monterey County, CA, for a gang task 
    force in Monterey County............................         267,900
Montgomery YMCA, Montgomery, AL, for after school 
    activities to at-risk youth.........................         470,000
Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, Bronx, NY..........         164,500
Mother Cabrini High School POWER Program, New York, NY..          47,000
Mother Cabrini High School, New York, NY, for an after 
    school program for at-risk youth....................         178,600
MUR--Uniting Through Resolution, Los Angeles, CA........          70,500
Mural Arts Program for at-risk youth, Philadelphia, PA..          47,000
Muscogee County, GA, Marshal's Office Junior Marshal 
    Program.............................................         117,500
Nassau County District Attorney's Office, Mineola, NY, 
    for the Redirection Enforcement and Learning program         312,550
National Community Renaissance..........................         258,500
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges....         940,000
National Fatherhood Initiative, Gaithersburg, MD, for 
    fathers of the most at-risk children................         658,000
National Safe Place Youth Safety Awareness Initiative, 
    Louisville, KY......................................         211,500
Neighborhood First Program, Inc. At-risk Youth 
    Assistance, Bristol, PA.............................         117,500
Nelson Jordan Center Program for At-Risk Youth, 
    Wheeling, WV........................................          23,500
New Directions for Youth Challenge Program for Gang and 
    Delinquency Prevention, Van Nuys, CA................         141,000
New Mexico Sheriff and Police Athletic League...........         658,000
New Mexico Sheriff's and Police Athletic Leagues, 
    Albuquerque, NM, to continue to implement a gang 
    prevention program aimed at at-risk youth...........         446,500
New Song Urban Ministries, Baltimore, MD, for 
    comprehensive services to at-risk youth.............         401,850
Newburgh Center Youth Violence and Gang Prevention, NY..         300,800
Nez Perce Tribe, Lapwai, ID, to combat child abuse......         141,000
Nisqually Tribe of Washington Youth Justice Center......         446,500
No Workshops No Jumpshots program in Gary, IN...........          94,000
North Carolina Central University Leadership Academy for 
    African-American Males..............................         282,000
Northwest Oklahoma Family Services......................         352,500
Novato, CA, Juvenile Substance Abuse Program for 
    Hamilton Communities................................         188,000
Ocean Tides School, Narragansett, RI, to enhance its 
    science and computer labs to encourage the study of 
    science and technology..............................         267,900
Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention Program, 
    Teaneck, NJ.........................................          94,000
Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention, Brooklyn, 
    NY..................................................         399,500
Olmstead County Community Services, Rochester, MN, to 
    implement and sustain a performance based child 
    protection system preventing child abuse and neglect         133,950
Operation Quality Time After School Program, Paradise 
    Valley, AZ..........................................         564,000
Operation Save Our Streets, Miami, FL...................          94,000
Oquirrh Recreation and Parks District, Kearns, UT, for 
    after-school activities.............................          47,000
Outward Bound Adventures Gang Intervention Program, 
    Pasadena, CA........................................          94,000
Overtown Youth Center, Miami, FL........................         235,000
PACE Center of Jacksonville, FL.........................         676,800
Para Los Ninos Youth Development Center, Los Angeles, CA         235,000
Parent Corps, New York University Child Study Center, NY          47,000
Parents in Action Project to prevent child maltreatment 
    and gang involvement, Pomona, CA....................         446,500
Patterson Park Public Charter School, Baltimore, MD, for 
    Rejecting Violence, Building Resilience--a school 
    violence prevention program.........................         178,600
Phoenix Academy of Los Angeles, Services for Underserved 
    Youth in LA County, CA..............................         517,000
Phoenix Academy of Orange County Drug Treatment Program, 
    CA..................................................         188,000
Phoenix House Adolescent Drug Treatment Initiative for 
    Dallas Area Youth, TX...............................         564,000
Phoenix House Adolescent Drug Treatment Initiative, 
    Brentwood, NY.......................................          94,000
Phoenix House, Dallas, TX, for residential substance 
    abuse treatment for adolescents.....................          94,000
Phoenix House, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, NY..........         173,900
Phoenix House, Yorktown, NY.............................         141,000
Pico Union Housing programs for at-risk youth, Los 
    Angeles, CA.........................................          61,100
Plaza de la Raza Community Ambassadors Program, Los 
    Angeles, CA.........................................         141,000
Police Athletic League Miccio Center in Red Hook, 
    Brooklyn, NY........................................          94,000
Prince George's County, MD, Juvenile Justice Center.....         258,500
Program for Court-Involved Youth in Dayton, OH..........         352,500
Project Amiga Transitional Life Skills for At-Risk 
    Youth, South El Monte, CA...........................          47,000
Project Avary, San Rafael, CA...........................         225,600
Project Intercept, Brooklyn, NY.........................         235,000
Prospect Park Alliance programs for at-risk youth, 
    Brooklyn, NY........................................         470,000
Prospect Park Yeshiva Save Our Children After School 
    Program, Brooklyn, NY...............................          47,000
Providence After School Alliance programs for at-risk 
    youth, Providence, RI...............................         423,000
Quad A for Kids, Rochester, NY..........................          28,200
Quality of Life Center at-risk youth programs, Altadena, 
    CA..................................................         188,000
Queens Theatre in the Park, Flushing, NY Interventions 
    for Juvenile Offenders..............................         188,000
Red River Children's Advocacy Center, Fargo, ND.........         258,500
Residential Care Consortium, Omaha, NE, for a program 
    for underprivileged, at-risk, and disadvantaged 
    children, young adults, and their families in a 
    residential care setting............................         178,600
Richmond Police Activities League One-Stop Youth Center, 
    Richmond, CA........................................         423,000
Richmond Youth Academy, Richmond, CA....................         188,000
RMBL, Richmond, VA......................................         141,000
Rockland County Youth Bureau Gang Prevention, New 
    Square, NY..........................................         352,500
Rosemary Children's Services Positive Results Program, 
    Pasadena, CA........................................          94,000
Running Rebels Gang Prevention Program, Milwaukee, WI...         141,000
Ruth Ellis Center Street Outreach Program, Highland 
    Park, MI............................................         188,000
Ruth Ellis Center, Highland Park, MI, for an outreach 
    program.............................................         178,600
S&B United Anti-Gang and Anti-Drug Program, Bronx, NY...          47,000
Safe and Sound, Baltimore, MD, for juvenile delinquency 
    prevention through education........................         446,500
Safe Haven After School and Mentoring Program, Columbia, 
    SC..................................................         470,000
Safe Haven Program, Irvington, NJ.......................          94,000
San Antonio Initiative for At-Risk Girls, TX............         446,500
San Fernando Valley Communities in Schools, Gang 
    Intervention/Juvenile Justice Project, North Hills, 
    CA..................................................         376,000
San Francisco, CA, District Attorney's Office Community 
    Response Networks...................................         423,000
San Jose, CA, BEST Gang Intervention Program............         493,500
Sandy City, UT, Police Department Children At-Risk 
    Intervention Program................................         493,500
Santa Clara County, CA, Juvenile Detention Evening 
    Reporting Center....................................         364,720
Save Our Future/Mothers on the March After-School 
    Program, Los Angeles, CA............................         338,400
Save the Children Rural Literacy Program, Helena, AR....         235,000
Save the Children, Washington, DC, for juvenile 
    delinquency prevention programs.....................         223,250
Save the Children, Westport, CT, to operate after school 
    programs in New Mexico communities..................         188,000
Save the Youth After-School and Summer Performing Arts 
    Program for At-Risk Youth, Hoboken, NJ..............         235,000
Search Institute, Minneapolis, MN, for South Dakota 
    Healthy Communities-Healthy Youth Initiative........         156,275
Sephardic Community Center programs for at-risk youth, 
    Brooklyn, NY........................................          94,000
Service Over Self, Georgetown, SC.......................         235,000
Sexual Trauma Recovery Center, Orlando, FL..............         305,500
SFI Anti-Drug Programs for At-Risk Youth, Bronx, NY.....          94,000
Shedd Aquarium At-Risk Youth Mentoring Initiative, 
    Chicago, IL.........................................          47,000
Shedd Aquarium, Chicago, IL, for a juvenile delinquency 
    prevention program..................................         401,850
Sheriffs Youth Programs of Minnesota Vocational 
    Alternatives for Youth Offenders, Isanti, MN........          47,000
Sheriffs Youth Programs of Minnesota, Inver Grove 
    Heights, MN.........................................         211,500
Sheriffs Youth Programs of Minnesota, Marshall MN.......         235,000
Sheriffs Youth Programs of MN...........................          94,000
Solar One Programs for At-Risk Youth, New York, NY......         164,500
South Queens Boys & Girls Club, Richmond Hill, NY.......         282,000
South Sumter, SC Resource Center programs for at-risk 
    youth...............................................         282,000
Southeastern North Dakota Community Action Agency, 
    Fargo, ND, to facilitate the coordination of 
    community services in response to child abuse.......         352,500
Spectrum Youth and Family Services, Burlington, VT, to 
    expand its services to at-risk youth................         188,000
Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, OR, for 
    upgrades to school security equipment and technology         178,600
St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD, Expand 
    programs and services for students..................         223,250
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens' Programs for At-Risk Youth, 
    Akron, OH...........................................         282,000
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, to support coordinate and 
    train law enforcement officers to teach drug abuse 
    resistance education................................         197,400
State of Hawaii, Office of the Attorney General, City of 
    Honolulu, HI, for continuing improvements to the 
    Juvenile Justice Information System.................         607,240
State of Vermont Judiciary, Office of Court 
    Administrator, Montpelier, VT, to develop a 
    statewide court system that integrates treatment and 
    other services into the court process 350,000.......         350,000
Stony Point, NY, School Resource Officer................          65,800
STOP Organization, Norfolk, VA..........................         291,400
Straight Ahead Ministries Ready4Work, Boston, MA........          94,000
Streetworkers Program, Institute for Study and Practice 
    of Nonviolence, Providence, RI......................         352,500
SUNY Ulster/Bardavon at-risk youth programs, Stone 
    Ridge, NY...........................................          47,000
SUNY Ulster/Woodstock at-risk youth programs, Stone 
    Ridge, NY...........................................          28,200
Team Focus, Inc., Mobile, AL, for a youth mentoring 
    program.............................................         517,000
Team Focus, Inc., Morgan, TX, to establish a youth 
    mentoring program...................................          94,000
TechMission Youth Program, Boston, MA...................          47,000
TeenMates Mentoring Program, Lincoln, NE, for mentoring 
    services to youth...................................         258,500
Temple Terrace, FL Phoenix House........................         564,000
The Asbury Park Enrichment and Student Success Center, 
    Lincroft, NJ........................................          94,000
The Beloved Community Family Services, Chicago, IL......         305,500
The East End Cooperative Ministry, Pittsburgh, PA.......          94,000
The Paul and Lisa Program, Essex, CT....................         658,000
The Point Community Development Programs for At-Risk 
    Youth, NY...........................................         141,000
The Rock School RockReach Program, Philadelphia, PA.....         423,000
Township of Irvington, Irvington, NJ, for the Youth Safe 
    Haven Police Mini-station program...................         437,100
Township of Maplewood, Maplewood, NJ, for a prevention 
    program for at-risk youth...........................          89,300
Truancy Reduction Initiative, Wayne County, MI..........         376,000
Twin Cedars Youth Services, Columbus, GA................          70,500
United Methodist Community Centers PATH Program, 
    Youngstown and Warren, OH...........................         235,000
United Way for Southeastern Michigan Juvenile 
    Delinquency Prevention Program......................         376,000
University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, for the 
    CU-Boulder Colorado Schools Safety Program..........         312,550
University of Delaware, Newark, DE, to conduct a 
    statewide survey of delinquent and high risk youth 
    behaviors...........................................          58,045
University of Montana, Missoula County, MT, for at-risk 
    youth with a focus on suicide prevention, high-risk 
    behavior and violence...............................         312,550
University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL, for domestic 
    violence reduction programs.........................         329,000
Urban Dreams U-CARE Project, Des Moines, IA.............         470,000
Urban League of Greater Columbus, GA Youth Advocacy 
    Program.............................................          70,500
Vermont Department of Children and Families, Waterbury, 
    VT, for programs to help at-risk youth..............         714,400
Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, for 
    an outreach program for at-risk youth...............         133,950
Visiting Nurse Association, Omaha, NE, for an 
    intervention program for vulnerable women, infants 
    and children........................................         223,250
Waukon, IA, High School Youth Intervention Project......          79,900
Wayne County Department of Public Services, Detroit, MI, 
    for a truancy intervention program..................         347,800
Wayne County, MI Juvenile Reentry Initiative............         188,000
Westchester Jewish Community Services, NY...............         282,000
Western PA CARES, Pittsburgh, PA........................         188,000
Winona State University, Winona, MN, to teach 
    investigators and prosecutors the science of 
    interviewing children victimized by abuse...........         446,500
Wittenberg University...................................         343,100
Women's Sports Foundation, Chicago, IL, for the 
    GoGirlGo! Chicago Initiative, a mentoring, education 
    and development program.............................         526,900
Women's Treatment Center, Chicago, IL, for preservation 
    services for incarcerated mothers and their children         230,000
World Impact St. Louis, MO, Youth Program...............         282,000
World Impact Youth Gang Prevention, Los Angeles, CA.....          70,500
World Vision Appalachia at-risk youth programming, 
    Moatsville, WV......................................         141,000
YMCA Honolulu, Honolulu, HI, to provide crime prevention 
    and outreach services to the rural youth of Hawaii..         357,200
YMCA of Greater Houston Juvenile Justice Outreach 
    Program, TX.........................................         446,500
YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth, TX.....................         282,000
YMCA of Middle Tennessee, Healthy Communities-Healthy 
    Youth...............................................         211,500
York County, PA, Children's Advocacy Center.............         112,800
Youth Aid Panel/Linkages, Beaver Springs, PA............         399,500
Youth Alternative to Violence and Crime Project, 
    Oakland, CA.........................................          47,000
Youth Crime Watch, Miami, FL............................         517,000
Youth Gang Violence Prevention Initiative, School 
    District of Palm Beach County, FL...................         564,000
Youth Mentoring Program, Burbank, CA....................          70,500
Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice Programs for At-
    Risk Youth, Bronx, NY...............................         141,000
Youth Services System, Inc. at-risk youth program, 
    Wheeling, WV........................................          94,000
YouthWorks, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA........................          47,000
YWCA Children's Services, Seattle-King-Snohomish County, 
    WA..................................................         282,000
Zero to Three Court Team for Maltreated Infants and 
    Toddlers Project, San Francisco, CA.................         314,900
Zero to Three, for 5th Judicial District, Des Moines, 
    IA, for maltreated infants and toddlers.............         194,000
Zero to Three, Omaha, NE, for maltreated infants and 
    toddlers............................................          89,300
Zero to Three, Orleans Parish, LA, for maltreated 
    infants and toddlers................................          89,300

    Victims of Child Abuse Act.--The amended bill provides 
$16,920,000 for several programs authorized under the Victims 
of Child Abuse Act (Public Law 101-647). Within funds provided, 
$3,760,000 is made available for Regional Child Advocacy 
Centers Programs.

                    PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS BENEFITS

    The amended bill includes $74,834,000 for this account, 
including $66,000,000 for death benefits, and $8,834,000 for 
disability benefits and education benefits.
    As stated in the House Report, the new Public Safety 
Officers Benefits (PSOB) regulations have been implemented 
poorly and there is concern about the slow progress in making 
benefit payments to the families of those who died protecting 
their community. The PSOB was established to give peace of mind 
to our men and women in uniform who put their lives in danger 
every day, and claims must be processed swiftly and efficiently 
to provide the intended security.

               General Provisions--Department of Justice

    The amended bill includes the following general provisions 
for the Department of Justice:
    Section 201 provides that up to $50,000 of the funds 
appropriated to the Department of Justice shall be available to 
the Attorney General for reception and representation expenses.
    Section 202 prohibits the use of funds to perform abortions 
in the Federal Prison System.
    Section 203 prohibits the use of the funds to require any 
person to perform, or facilitate the performance of, an 
abortion.
    Section 204 provides that nothing in the previous section 
removes the obligation of the Director of the Bureau of Prisons 
to provide escort services to female inmates who seek to obtain 
abortions outside a Federal facility.
    Section 205 provides for the policy for transfers subject 
to the Committees' reprogramming procedures, that not to exceed 
5 percent may be transferred between any appropriation, but 
limits to 10 percent the amount that can be transferred into 
any one appropriation and prohibits Federal Prison System, 
Buildings and Facilities funds to be transferred unless the 
President certifies.
    Section 206 provides for the extension of the Personnel 
Management Demonstration Project for certain positions of the 
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
    Section 207 provides language extending section 102(b) of 
Public Law 102-395 to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms 
and Explosives.
    Section 208 provides language prohibiting funds from being 
used to transport prisoners classified as a maximum or high 
security prisoner to a facility other than a prison or other 
facility certified by the Federal Bureau of Prisons as 
appropriately secure for housing such a prisoner.
    Section 209 prohibits certain prisoner amenities.
    Section 210 prohibits the use of funds for Sentinel or 
other major new or enhanced information technology programs 
unless the Deputy Attorney General and the Department IT 
Investment Review Board certify to the Appropriations 
Committees that the information technology program has 
appropriate contractor oversight mechanisms in place, and that 
the program is compatible with the enterprise architecture of 
the Department of Justice.
    Section 211 requires the availability of appropriations for 
obligation beyond the current fiscal year to comply with 
reprogramming procedures.
    Section 212 authorizes changes to quarterly fees imposed in 
chapter 11 cases.
    Section 213 provides an increase to the quarterly fee 
imposed in each case filed pursuant to chapter 11 of title 11, 
United States Code.
    Section 214 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 Federal Prison 
Industries, Incorporated.
    Section 215 prohibits U.S. attorneys from simultaneously 
holding multiple jobs outside of the scope of a U.S. attorney's 
professional duties.
    Section 216 withholds from obligation $25,000,000, until 
the FBI reports on the results of an integrated baseline review 
of the Sentinel program and requires a Government 
Accountability Office review of FBI's baseline.
    Section 217 prohibits funds for future phases of the FBI's 
Sentinel program until the Attorney General certifies to the 
Appropriations Committees that existing phases currently under 
contract for development or fielding have completed a majority 
of the work for that phase under the performance measurement 
baseline validated by the integrated baseline review.
    Section 218 requires that the Attorney General shall submit 
quarterly reports to the Inspector General of the Department of 
Justice regarding the costs and contracting procedures relating 
to each conference held by the Department of Justice during 
fiscal year 2008 for which the cost to the Government was more 
than $20,000.
    Section 219 authorizes a public or private institution of 
higher education to offer or provide an officer or employee of 
any branch of the United States Government or of the District 
of Columbia, financial assistance for the purpose of repaying a 
student loan or forbearance of student loan repayment.
    Section 220 includes new Native American Methamphetamine 
Enforcement and Treatment Act of 2007 authorities.

                               TITLE III


                                SCIENCE


                Office of Science and Technology Policy

    The conference agreement includes $5,184,000, instead of 
$5,515,000 as proposed by the House and $5,715,000 as proposed 
by the Senate.
    The Appropriations Committees reiterate language included 
in the Senate report directing OSTP to provide the Committees, 
90 days after enactment of the Act, with a strategic budget 
plan in response to the National Research Council Earth Science 
Decadal Survey.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The amended bill provides $17,309,400,000 for the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) instead of 
$17,622,500,000 as proposed by the House and $17,459,600,000 as 
proposed by the Senate. The Senate bill included an additional 
$1,000,000,000 designated as an emergency requirement. The 
amended bill does not include this emergency funding.
    The Appropriations Committees continue to be concerned 
about the process of setting NASA priorities through 
significant funding shifts in revised operating plans rather 
than through the regular appropriations process. The guidance 
proposed in the amended bill and this explanatory statement 
provides a clear base funding level. The Committees must be 
notified of any deviations that meet the criteria established 
in section 505. Finally, language is included providing for the 
transfer of funds between appropriations accounts through the 
reprogramming process.
    The House recommendation to provide funding for the agency 
in the new account structure is not included. Instead, a 
general provision is included, section 525, directing NASA to 
implement this new structure beginning in fiscal year 2009. 
This will allow the agency sufficient time to implement the new 
budget structure. The Appropriations Committees are 
disappointed that NASA chose not to test this new account 
structure in a timelier manner. The new accounts are: Science, 
Aeronautics, Exploration, Education, Cross-Agency Support 
Programs, Space Operations, and Inspector General.
    The Appropriations Committees reiterate concern expressed 
in the House report that NASA is not able to anticipate 
adequately technical problems and project overruns on existing 
programs, and are especially concerned that new programs, such 
as Project Constellation, will encounter similar problems.
    Additionally, the Appropriations Committees are concerned 
about the NASA process that leads to the selection of a course 
of action when such problems are encountered. Consequently, 
NASA is directed to establish an ongoing relationship with the 
National Academy of Sciences for the purpose of providing an 
independent project review capability using ad hoc committees 
established under the purview of the Space Studies Board and/or 
the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board. It is expected 
that these reviews will be arranged through NASA's Office of 
the Chief Engineer and that the reports prepared by the 
National Academies will be simultaneously submitted to NASA and 
the Committees. In the future, the Appropriations Committees do 
not intend to recommend approval of any major program changes 
unless an independent review by the National Academies concurs 
with NASA's proposed course of action. During a review period, 
NASA should not take any action that would prejudice the 
pursuit of any of the options under consideration. A total of 
$1,000,000 is to be allocated from funding provided for Cross-
Agency Support Programs to support creation of this review 
capability. The Committees expect a report on NASA's progress 
in implementing this directive by March 15, 2008.
    The Appropriations Committees are concerned about 
standardizing the reporting of cost, schedule and content for 
NASA research and development projects including advanced 
technology and operational systems upgrades. As a result, the 
Government Accountability Office (GAO) is directed to prepare 
project status reports on selected large-scale NASA programs, 
projects or activities. In undertaking these reports, GAO 
should follow the guidance it recommended to the Congress in 
GAO report GAO/NSIAD 90-40.
    The Appropriations Committees are concerned about NASA's 
use of term appointments for civil servant positions. The 
Committees believe this trend should be examined more closely 
and directs GAO to audit NASA's use of term positions. Finally, 
NASA is encouraged to engage in long-term agency-wide workforce 
planning.
     A provision on enhanced-use leasing at NASA facilities is 
included in the General Provisions, Title V of this Act. The 
Appropriations Committees believe that this complicated issue 
requires further investigation by the respective House and 
Senate authorizing committees. Therefore, the language proposed 
by the Senate will not become effective until December 31, 
2008. In the interim, NASA's current enhanced-use leasing 
authority will be in effect. A modification has been made to 
the Senate language, deleting the repeal of the reporting 
requirements to Congress.

                  SCIENCE, AERONAUTICS AND EXPLORATION

    The amended bill provides $10,543,100,000 for the Science, 
Aeronautics and Exploration account instead of $10,896,200,000 
in a different account structure as proposed by the House and 
$10,633,000,000 as proposed by the Senate. Within this total, 
$5,577,310,000 is for science activities, $625,280,000 is for 
aeronautics, $3,842,010,000 is for exploration systems and 
$556,400,000 is for cross-agency support programs including 
education.
    The amended bill reduces amounts available for corporate 
and general administrative expenses by $57,900,000 in this 
account. These amounts are to be applied proportionally to all 
amounts within the Science, Aeronautics, Exploration and Cross-
Agency Support Programs accounts.
    Science.--Within the total amount proposed for Science, 
Aeronautics and Exploration, the amended bill provides 
$5,577,310,000 for science activities instead of $5,696,100,000 
as proposed by the House and $5,655,200,000 as proposed by the 
Senate. This level includes a general reduction of $42,090,000. 
The distribution of this reduction should be outlined in NASA's 
operating plan, and the reduction should not be applied to any 
programs, projects, or activities that are specified in this 
explanatory statement.
    The Appropriations Committees are disappointed by the 
Administration's request of a less than one percent increase 
for fiscal year 2008 and projected minimal increases of 
approximately one percent over the next several years. The 
Nation's investment in research at NASA has made the U.S. the 
undisputed leader in the study of space and the earth's 
environment. NASA's programs in space science, Earth science, 
microgravity science, and astrobiology are the types of basic 
research investments advocated in the National Academies' 
Rising Above the Gathering Storm report.
    The Appropriations Committees recognize the importance of 
NASA Earth science research missions to the Nation to advance 
our ability to monitor climate, weather, and hazards and 
therefore recommends $40,000,000 for NASA to initiate missions 
identified in the National Research Council (NRC) report, Earth 
Science and Applications from Space: National Imperatives for 
the Next Decade and Beyond. To the extent possible, the initial 
seven missions should begin in fiscal year 2008. The Earth 
science decadal survey notes that in 2005, NASA had 18 Earth 
observation satellites carrying 64 research sensors. Yet in 
2007, the capacity is down to 14 missions on orbit, and by 2010 
only a few will still be delivering data. Between now and 2010, 
NASA plans to deploy only five new missions carrying 22 
sensors. Currently, NASA's future plans include starting just 
two new missions every two years. At that rate, NASA Earth 
observation research missions will have decreased from 18 down 
to four or five in the next two decades in the 21st century. 
Further, the Appropriations Committees are supportive of House 
direction to continue the development of climate sensors. In 
order to better inform the Committees on its plans for missions 
in the 2010-2016 timeframe, NASA should include in its fiscal 
year 2009 budget submission its plan for meeting these unmet 
needs.
    The amended bill includes:
           Not less than $280,000,000 for the Hubble 
        Space Telescope
           Not less than $545,400,000 for the James 
        Webb Space Telescope
           Not less than $90,200,000 for the Global 
        Precipitation Measurement mission
           Not less than $626,400,000 for the Mars 
        Exploration Program
           Not less than $60,000,000 for the Space 
        Interferometry Mission
    The Appropriations Committees acknowledge that these sums 
are only floors. Should additional funding be required, the 
Committees will work with the agency on a reprogramming of 
funds.
    As noted above, the Appropriations Committees support the 
$90,200,000 requested for the Global Precipitation Measurement 
mission. This project will improve our ability to collect 
important data about hurricanes. This valuable information will 
allow us to better prepare for powerful storms and help 
minimize resulting damage.
    The amended bill includes an increase of $24,000,000 above 
the request for the research and analysis program. The program 
has suffered significant cuts in recent years. This program is 
important to maintaining the scientific vitality of the agency 
and also provides opportunities for young scientists and 
researchers to analyze data collected from current NASA 
missions. The research and analysis funds should be used to 
support both in-house and academic research. Further, there has 
not been an assessment of the appropriate balance between 
flight missions and research and analysis activities in NASA's 
space and Earth science programs. Therefore, NASA is directed 
to enter into an agreement with the National Research Council 
for an assessment of NASA's research and analysis activities.
    A total of $60,000,000, an increase of $38,400,000 above 
the budget request, has been provided for the Space 
Interferometry Mission (SIM). The Appropriations Committees 
disagree with the Administration's budget request of refocusing 
the Navigator Program to fund only core interferometry and 
related planet-finding science and reducing SIM to a 
development program. It should be noted that this mission was 
recommended by the National Academies Decadal Astrophysics 
report in 1990 and 2000 and should be considered a priority. 
With the funds proposed, NASA is to begin the development phase 
of the program in order to capitalize on more than $300,000,000 
already invested by the agency. The SIM program has 
successfully passed all its technological milestones and is 
thus ready for development.
    The Appropriations Committees await the upcoming results of 
the NASA study to determine the next outer planet destination 
and look forward to working with NASA to support funding for an 
expedient launch of this future mission. The amended bill 
includes $5,000,000 to define a mission and to assess its scope 
and cost.
    The Appropriations Committees agree with the comments in 
the House report commending NASA for its robotic Mars program 
which is one of the agency's most successful programs that has 
made major scientific discoveries and engaged the public. The 
Appropriations Committees continue to strongly support a robust 
Mars Exploration Program with a rate of at least one mission at 
every opportunity (every 26 months), which is consistent with 
the Administration's fiscal year 2008 request of $625,700,000. 
Full funding is provided to: continue operating all present 
missions (Odyssey, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Spirit, and 
Opportunity); prepare Phoenix for launch in 2007, Mars Science 
Lab for a launch in 2009, and Scout in 2011; and to start the 
definition and development of Mars Science orbiter for launch 
in 2013, and the Astrobiology Field Lab or Mid size rovers for 
launch in 2016. NASA is expected to continue with the 
development and launch of the Mars Science Lab.
    The recommendation includes an increase of $15,000,000 
above the budget request for the NASA Earth Science 
Applications Program. This funding increase shall only be used 
to support new competitively selected applications projects to 
be selected during fiscal year 2008. These projects will 
integrate the results of NASA's Earth observing systems and 
earth system models (using observations and predictions) into 
decision support tools to serve applications of national 
priority including, but not limited to: homeland security; 
coastal management; agriculture efficiency; and water 
management and disaster management.
    The amended bill provides $17,000,000 for the solar probe 
mission for continued technical risk reduction activities and 
related studies. NASA is expected to request a new start for 
this mission in fiscal year 2009.
    The amended bill provides $93,000,000 for the 
magnetospheric multiscale mission, $8,500,000 above the budget 
request. NASA should maintain the full complement of science 
instruments for this mission and work aggressively to achieve 
the desired launch date of 2013.
    NASA is directed to provide a plan on all continuity of 
data for the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) to the 
Appropriations Committees no later than 120 days after 
enactment of this Act. The amended bill provides $1,000,000 
above the budget request for this mission to ensure data 
continuity.
    A critical factor that will affect future robotic missions 
is the source of power for probes that cannot rely on solar 
energy because they are traveling too far from the Sun (where 
solar energy density is inadequate), or too close to it (where 
solar arrays would be imperiled by the Sun's proximity). 
Radioisotope Power Systems (RPS) are required for these 
spacecraft. The Appropriations Committees are aware of concerns 
by NASA and the Department of Energy that a supply of fuel 
would not be available. However, NASA has curtailed a major 
part of its technology development for advanced RPS devices. In 
order to permit effective planning for future missions, NASA 
should contract with the National Research Council to prepare a 
report no later than December 31, 2008 on these issues.
    The amended bill includes $2,000,000 above the budget 
request to ensure continuity of solar flare data.
    While new data systems for Earth science missions should be 
considered, NASA is directed to continue the EOSDIS core system 
as the operational foundation for Earth science missions.
    The Appropriations Committees concur with language in the 
Senate report regarding the Joint Dark Energy Mission and have 
provided the budget request of $2,300,000 for this mission. The 
Committees appreciate the National Research Council's Beyond 
Einstein Program architecture report and have provided an 
additional $2,000,000 to begin implementing these 
recommendations. NASA is directed to conduct and complete an 
open competition to select a Joint Dark Energy Mission for a 
fiscal year 2009 new start.
    The Appropriations Committees reject the Administration's 
proposal to transfer the Near Earth Objects (NEO) program from 
the Science Mission Directorate to the Exploration Mission 
Directorate.
    Further, the Appropriations Committees are concerned that 
NASA may reduce support for the Arecibo Observatory which is 
used by NASA to observe and detect NEOs. The Committees believe 
that this observatory continues to provide important scientific 
findings on issues of near-space objects, space weather, and 
global climate change, as well as numerous other research 
areas. The Committees believe that these endeavors will have 
scientific merit far beyond the end of the decade. NASA is 
directed to provide additional funding for the Arecibo 
Observatory.
    In order to assist Congress in determining the optimal 
approach regarding the Arecibo Observatory, NASA shall contract 
with the National Research Council to study the issue and make 
recommendations. As part of its deliberations, the NRC shall 
review NASA's report 2006 Near-Earth Object Survey and 
Deflection Study--and its associated March 2007 Near-Earth 
Object Survey and Deflection Study as well as any other 
relevant literature. An interim report, with recommendations 
focusing primarily on the optimal approach to the survey 
program, shall be submitted within 15 months of enactment of 
this Act. The final report, including recommendations regarding 
the optimal approach to developing a deflection capability, 
shall be submitted within 21 months of enactment of this Act. 
The NRC study shall include an assessment of the costs of 
various alternatives, including options that may blend the use 
of different facilities (whether ground- or space-based), or 
involve international cooperation. Independent cost estimating 
should be utilized.
    Aeronautics.--Within the total amount proposed for Science, 
Aeronautics and Exploration, the amended bill provides 
$625,280,000 for aeronautics activities instead of $700,000,000 
as proposed by the House and $554,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate. This level includes a general reduction of $4,720,000. 
The distribution of this reduction should be outlined in NASA's 
operating plan, and the reduction should not be applied to any 
programs, projects, or activities that are specified in this 
explanatory statement.
    The Administration's fiscal year 2008 request is 
insufficient to allow the U.S. to maintain its edge in 
aeronautics. These programs are critical to U.S. 
competitiveness, national security, quality of life, and the 
efficiency and safety of our future national air traffic 
management systems. The Appropriations Committees expect this 
priority to be reflected in NASA's fiscal year 2009 budget 
request.
    The continuation of our position as a leader in aviation 
and aerospace is predicated on our ability to maintain 
international leadership and sustain growth in aeronautics. Air 
transportation is important throughout the world, but 
leadership in upgrading the air transportation system is 
absolutely vital to the U.S. For these reasons, the 
Appropriations Committees believe that a portion of the 
increase above the President's budget request should be applied 
to the research, development and technology demonstration 
activities of the Next Generation Air Transportation System 
(NextGen) to address Air Traffic Management (ATM) needs.
    Additionally, the Appropriations Committees expect a 
portion of this increase to address the top-ranked priorities 
of the National Academies' Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics. 
The report presents findings and recommendations on several 
important technological breakthroughs that the NASA aeronautics 
research program should focus on during the next decade. Some 
of the technological challenges need to be addressed if the 
United States is to realize necessary increases in capacity, 
safety, security and environmental compatibility of its air 
transportation system and enable high-speed civil travel and 
maintain U.S. leadership.
    Finally, additional funding is proposed to carry out, with 
the goal of demonstrating in a relevant environment, research 
and development on engines and airframes that will result in 
significantly reduced energy consumption, emissions, and noise. 
NASA is directed to utilize a portion of these funds for the 
development of a ``green aircraft initiative.'' In addition, 
NASA should utilize additional intramural capacity for 
technology readiness level activity above the current cap for 
these and other aeronautics initiatives, and report back to the 
Appropriations Committees about its efforts to increase 
investment in this fashion through detailed information 
proposed in the operating plan.
    The Appropriations Committees are concerned by NASA's 
handling of the National Aviation Operations Monitoring Service 
(NAOMS) project and NASA's initial refusal to release the data. 
The Committees believe that a comprehensive, longitudinal 
survey tool and database to help identify accident precursors 
and aviation safety trends would be a useful addition to 
existing aviation safety databases. From within additional 
funds provided for aeronautics, NASA is directed to revalidate 
the NAOMS survey methodology and, if needed, to restart the 
NAOMS survey data collection activity as well as identify 
trends that may emerge. NASA should provide a report to the 
Congress within 90 days of enactment of this Act on its plans 
for completing the validation of the survey methodology and 
restarting the NAOMS survey data collection.
    Exploration.--Within the total amount proposed for Science, 
Aeronautics and Exploration, the amended bill provides 
$3,842,010,000 for exploration activities instead of 
$3,923,800,000 as proposed by the House and $3,972,490,000 as 
proposed by the Senate. This level includes a general reduction 
of $28,990,000. The distribution of this reduction should be 
outlined in NASA's operating plan, and the reduction should not 
be applied to any programs, projects, or activities that are 
specified in this explanatory statement.
    Within the amounts provided for exploration, $950,800,000 
is for the Crew Exploration Vehicle, $1,224,800,000 is for the 
Crew Launch Vehicle, and $271,500,000 is for the Lunar 
Precursor Robotic Program (LPRP), of which $42,000,000 is for 
the lunar lander mission.
    The Appropriations Committees believe that the program, 
management offices, and missions associated with LPRP are 
essential to the success of the anticipated manned missions to 
the Moon. Within funds provided for LPRP, $209,500,000 shall be 
for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and $20,000,000 shall be 
for the LPRP management office. The management office 
associated with LPRP shall also be directly involved in the 
planning and oversight of future lunar robotic missions, 
integrating lunar data from NASA and other international 
missions, oversee technology development, support the Lunar 
Architecture Team, and lead NASA's public outreach and 
education activities for understanding the lunar environment.
    In 2005, NASA selected a team for the development of a 
lunar lander spacecraft consistent with the goals set forth in 
the Administration's Renewed Spirit of Discovery and the 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Authorization Act 
of 2005 (Public Law 109-155) which called for a robust lunar 
robotic program, including robotic lunar landers. The National 
Research Council's report: The Scientific Context for 
Exploration of the Moon further supports robotic precursor 
missions to the Moon's surface and the valuable scientific 
resource such missions will provide for returning humans to the 
Moon. The Appropriations Committees agree that the NASA 
selected mission is of critical importance for the exploration 
vision. For this purpose, $42,000,000 is provided for this 
lunar lander mission.
    Although NASA has claimed that a shortfall of more than 
$600,000,000 (under the new full cost system) exists as a 
result of the funding provided for exploration in the fiscal 
year 2007 joint resolution, the NASA Administrator testified at 
budget hearings on the Administration's budget request that no 
additional funds were needed in fiscal year 2008 and in fact, 
there would be carryover balances for the Crew Exploration 
Vehicle (CEV) in this account. Although NASA's plan to bankroll 
funds fell short in fiscal year 2008, these funds, which are 
not actually needed until fiscal years 2009 and 2010, can be 
made up in future budget requests. NASA is pointing to this 
temporary reduction of funds as the reason the CEV will be 
delayed by approximately six months. The Appropriations 
Committees believe, however, that it is fully within the power 
of the Administration to request sufficient funds in NASA's 
fiscal year 2009 and fiscal year 2010 budget submissions to 
Congress to maintain the CEV schedule and urge NASA to do so.
    The amended bill provides $160,000,000 for the Commercial 
Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program, which is 
intended to demonstrate private sector technologies that could 
potentially resupply the International Space Station in the 
future. However, the Appropriations Committees note that one of 
the two COTS contracts is currently in dispute, and are 
concerned by NASA's recent decision to re-compete the disputed 
contract before all challenges have been resolved. In doing so, 
NASA could potentially create a liability to fund three 
proposals instead of two as originally envisioned, increasing 
the costs of this program to the taxpayers. Therefore, NASA is 
directed not to select a new contractor until all challenges 
are decided. Further, the Government Accountability Office 
(GAO) is directed to perform a full review of COTS program 
expenditures and management.
    Achieving the goals of the Exploration Initiative will 
require a greater understanding of life and physical sciences 
phenomena in microgravity as well as in the partial gravity 
environments of the Moon and Mars. Therefore, the Administrator 
is directed to enter into an arrangement with the National 
Research Council to conduct a ``decadal survey'' of life and 
physical sciences research in microgravity and partial gravity 
to establish priorities for research for the 2010-2020 decade. 
Further, within amounts provided, NASA is directed to increase 
the amount for non-exploration microgravity life and physical 
sciences research by $13,500,000. These funds are for non-
multi-user support and services activities.
    NASA should include specific funding recommendations for 
the National Space Biomedical Research Institute in future 
budgets.
    Finally, bill language is included, as proposed by the 
House, prohibiting funding of any research, development, or 
demonstration activities related exclusively to the human 
exploration of Mars.
    Cross-Agency Support Programs.--Of the amounts provided for 
Science, Aeronautics and Exploration, the amended bill provides 
$556,400,000 for cross-agency support programs, including 
education. This level includes a general reduction of 
$4,200,000. The distribution of this reduction should be 
outlined in NASA's operating plan, and the reduction should not 
be applied to any programs, projects, or activities that are 
specified in this explanatory statement.
    Within the amounts provided, $1,000,000 is for the creation 
of a review capability at the National Academies and the 
amended bill also provides the full budget request of 
$2,500,000 for the continued operations of the NASA National 
Technology Transfer Center. Also, within the amount provided 
for corporate general and administrative costs, the 
Appropriations Committees recommend no less than the fiscal 
year 2007 level for the NASA Independent Verification and 
Validation Program.
    Of the reductions made to corporate general and 
administrative, $300,000 shall be derived from equal reductions 
to both the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental 
Affairs, and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.
    The amended bill does not provide any new funding in fiscal 
year 2008 for the Centennial Challenges program. The funding 
proposed in previous fiscal years for this program is 
sufficient for NASA to run this prize-based competition. 
Providing additional funds to a program based on prizes only 
creates a sizeable amount of unused funds while other aspects 
of NASA's mission are being cut or delayed due to a lack of 
funds.
    The following is a list of congressional directives. Funds 
for these directives shall come from Cross-Agency Support 
Programs, rather than from the various mission directorates.

 Adler Planetarium, Chicago, IL, for science and 
    education programming for teachers and students.....         260,000
 Adler Planetarium's Space Exploration Center...........         940,000
 Alabama A&M University, Normal, AL, to provide a 
    comprehensive, diverse, and flexible pool of talent 
    at lower labor rates in the civil service 
    environment to facilitate research and development, 
    studies and analyses of all areas of higher 
    temperature advanced materials research and 
    development.........................................         564,000
 Alliance for NanoHealth, Houston, TX, to facilitate the 
    translation of nanotechnology from the laboratory to 
    clinical practice...................................         846,000
 Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences in 
    Fayetteville, AR, for research and technology.......         267,900
 Baylor Physical Sciences Laboratory enhancement at 
    Baylor University...................................         658,000
 Bio-Info-Nano Research and Development Institute at 
    University of California, Santa Cruz................         282,000
 Burlington County College Science Learning Center......       1,504,000
 Center for Sustainable Life Support for Human Space 
    Exploration.........................................         376,000
 Chesapeake Information Based Aeronautics Consortium, 
    Maryland, for a partnership of Morgan State 
    University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore and 
    Bowie State University, MD, for continued aviation 
    safety research and development.....................       3,572,000
 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, for 
    equipment...........................................         267,900
 Connecticut State University, City of New Britain, CT, 
    for an initiative to bring greater awareness of 
    mechanical engineering and aerospace disciplines to 
    disadvantaged high school students..................         133,950
 Development of photovoltaic capacity at Plum Brook 
    Station.............................................       1,175,000
 Distance learning program at Fairmont State University.         846,000
 Educational Advancement Alliance Math, Science, and 
    Technology Program..................................       1,880,000
 Expansion of the Cimmarusti/NASA Science Center Teacher 
    Training and Science Education Outreach Program.....         235,000
 Flight Research Training Center, Roswell, NM, for 
    program to detect, mitigate and recover from loss of 
    control accidents in aircraft.......................       1,786,000
 Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI, for the 
    West Michigan Science and Technology Institute's 
    Biosciences Research and Commercialization Project..         133,950
 Gulf Coast Exploreum, Mobile, AL, to stimulate 
    increased enrollment in engineering, mathematics, 
    and science in Alabama's universities by instructing 
    and inspiring K-12 students in the fundamentals and 
    application of these fields.........................         235,000
 Human-Robot Teams at Texas A&M University..............         705,000
 Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID, use earth 
    observations to investigate the effect of land 
    management decisions................................         141,000
 Imiloa Astronomy Center, Hilo, HI, for operations......       1,339,500
 Independent Verification and Validation research 
    program.............................................         540,500
 Institute for NanoBio Technology, Johns Hopkins 
    University, Baltimore, MD, for breakthrough research 
    in nano-bio technologies............................       1,786,000
 Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, for a 
    tool for educators to allow their students to reach 
    their full potential through participation in 
    exciting hands on projects. The projects are dynamic 
    in scope and are structured to be less time 
    restrictive on the classroom schedule and the 
    educator though self-directed curriculum............         235,000
 K-12 Science Education Enhancements at Middle Tennessee 
    State University....................................          94,000
 Large Millimeter Telescope at the University of 
    Massachusetts, Amherst..............................         705,000
 Loma Linda University Space Radiation Health Research 
    Program.............................................       2,444,000
 Manned Space Flight Education Foundation, Houston, TX, 
    to bring extensive learning opportunities to 
    teachers, students and youth organizations 
    throughout our Nation utilizing educational 
    technology with Web casting, two-way 
    videoconferencing and the Internet. The program 
    seeks to inspire the next generation of explorers 
    that would otherwise never have the opportunity to 
    experience space exploration........................         282,000
 Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, to 
    develop a cost effective nuclear power system to 
    support the long-range objectives of NASA for 
    missions to the moon, to Mars and to deep space.....       1,645,000
 Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, to help 
    NASA/MSFC accomplish its current and future missions 
    by providing critical information on composite 
    materials as they relate to the NASA space 
    exploration programs................................       1,410,000
 Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, to 
    produce a common intelligent sensor module through 
    the near-term development of the sensor technologies 
    and integration algorithms necessary for on-orbit 
    assembly and other AR&D missions....................       1,175,000
 Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, to 
    provide a secure, retrievable storage solution for 
    Marshall's Data Center that will meet all 
    Presidential Directives.............................         940,000
 Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, to 
    provide critical, breakthrough technology to NASA 
    for materials development, testing, and safety 
    improvements to the Space Shuttle and Ares launch 
    systems.............................................       1,175,000
 Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL, to 
    support the ongoing technology maturation program 
    for liquid oxygen/liquid methane propulsion 
    technology..........................................         470,000
 Marshall University, Huntington, WV, to support NASA-
    related composites training at the Composites 
    Technology and Training Institute in Bridgeport, WV.       2,232,500
 Maryland Department of Business and Economic 
    Development, Baltimore, MD, for continued 
    construction of a broadband link between the Wallops 
    Island Flight Facility and the Patuxent River Naval 
    Air Station.........................................       3,572,000
 McWane Science Center, Birmingham, AL, for a program 
    will focus on increasing interest and aptitude in 
    the science fields in K-12 students through hands-on 
    activities that will serve as an extension of the 
    classrooms. Teacher training will also play a major 
    role................................................         235,000
 Micronauts Education Simulator at Wheeling Jesuit 
    University..........................................         282,000
 Mid-Atlantic Cooperative, Danville, VA, for 
    installation of broadband on the Eastern Shore of 
    Virginia............................................       1,786,000
 Mid-Atlantic Institute for Space Technology, Pocomoke 
    City, MD, for UAV testing and certification.........         223,250
 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport, Wallops Island, VA, 
    for infrastructure improvements to launch facilities         223,250
 Morehouse College Project Mars Program.................         188,000
 Nano/Micro Devices Laboratory at the University of 
    Alabama-Huntsville..................................         611,000
 NASA Exchange City Learning Lab........................         188,000
 NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, for computer 
    operations and improvements.........................         564,000
 National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law, 
    University, MS, to provide legal research and 
    outreach on critical space and aviation law issues..       2,820,000
 National Youth Science Foundation......................         258,500
 New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, for the 
    Southern New Mexico Science, Engineering, 
    Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy for a space 
    education program to meet the math and science 
    learning needs of under-represented K-12 students...         178,600
 Pittsburgh Engineering Initiatives, Pittsburgh, PA, to 
    further development of regenerative treatments for 
    astronauts..........................................         267,900
 Research on Aviation Training at Middle Tennessee State 
    University..........................................         470,000
 Robotic Exploration Technologies in Astrobiology, 
    Global Undersea Research Unit, University of Alaska, 
    Fairbanks...........................................         282,000
 Robotics and Exploration Testbed at Marshall Space 
    Center..............................................       4,089,000
 Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, for a 
    Integrated Sensing Systems Testbed (ISST) to 
    develop, demonstrate, and validate advanced 
    techniques for situational awareness................         178,600
 Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Aerospace Academy 
    at York College.....................................         188,000
 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics 
    Center at Tennessee Tech University.................         752,000
 Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, 
    MO, Enhancement of K–12 teaching and learning 
    of sciences, math, and technology among schools, 
    teachers, and students..............................         846,000
 Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, AL, for the 
    development of laboratory-based test methods and 
    test standards for coupon and component level 
    characterization; development of subcomponent 
    testing capabilities for material, component and 
    system characterization; development and 
    qualification of modeling and simulation techniques 
    for these applications; and development of an 
    integrated modeling and testing approach for 
    evaluation and optimization of new material concepts         940,000
 Space Engineering Institute at Texas A&M University....         352,500
 St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, for immunology 
    research that will complement NASA research on the 
    immune system in microgravity.......................         846,000
 Stennis Space Center, MS, to continue a longstanding 
    technology/industry partnership in assisting in 
    transitioning space technologies into the commercial 
    sector..............................................       3,760,000
 Stennis Space Center, MS, to support infrastructure 
    improvements for Crew Exploration Vehicle testing...       2,820,000
 Teach for America, New York, NY to engage teachers in 
    science, technology, engineering and mathematics....       2,350,000
 Thurgood Marshall College Fund Minority NASA Science 
    Initiative..........................................         940,000
 Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, for ongoing applied 
    polymer technology research and development that 
    links NASA with Louisiana's polymer industry and the 
    State's academic polymer research programs..........         446,500
 U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL, for 
    completion of a long overdue update for the museum 
    and exhibits will provide a more stimulating and 
    effective presentation of the history of our 
    nation's space exploration efforts and will serve to 
    stimulate increased interest in science and 
    technology..........................................         470,000
 University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, to 
    provide research that will provide both fundamental 
    insight into the combustion behavior of this fuel 
    with liquid oxygen which will assist in realizing 
    its full performance potential and will train the 
    next generation of propulsion scientists and 
    engineers who will work for or support NASA in 
    implementing the chosen engine designs..............       1,410,000
 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, to conduct the 
    fundamental and applied research needed to develop 
    effective near-space technologies for station-
    keeping.............................................         470,000
 University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, to 
    continue the establishment of the Center at NASA 
    Ames Research Center in collaboration with UC Santa 
    Cruz................................................         446,500
 University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, for 
    technology that assists trauma victims without 
    immediate access to emergency medical care, 
    including astronauts................................       1,222,000
 University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD, for 
    environmental remote sensing........................       1,786,000
 University of Maryland, College Park, MD, for the 
    Maryland Institute for Dextrous Robotics for the 
    creation of a new generation robotic technology for 
    space exploration...................................       2,679,000
 University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, to help 
    establish a degree program in space and 
    telecommunications law..............................       1,786,000
 University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, to 
    improve the use of geospatial data by State and 
    local governments...................................         613,000
 University of Redlands Education Technology Program....         470,000
 University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, for the UVM 
    Center for Advanced Computing.......................       1,700,000
 Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium at the University of 
    North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, to help make data 
    received from NASA satellite images accessible to 
    the public for management decisions.................       2,679,000
 Utah State University Research Foundation, Logan, UT, 
    To develop a modern infrared calibration capability 
    for current and future remote sensing instruments...         376,000
 Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, WV, to expand the 
    reach of the HealtheWV program, an electronic 
    medical records system..............................       2,679,000
 Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, to improve 
    facilities and equipment at the National Center for 
    Advanced Materials Performance (NCAMP), which 
    provides shared-database methodology addressing 
    material, structural, manufacturing, and repair 
    qualification processes for use of affordable 
    polymeric composite materials in commercial and 
    military applications...............................         329,000
 Women in Science and Engineering Scholars Program at 
    Spelman College.....................................         188,000

    Education.--The amended bill provides $180,000,000 for 
education instead of $220,300,000 as proposed by the House in 
its account structure and $149,500,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.
    The amended bill includes an additional $3,243,000 for a 
total of $15,500,000 for the Experimental Program to Stimulate 
Competitiveness in Research (EPSCoR) program. This will help 
the 27 EPSCoR jurisdictions contribute to innovation and 
competitiveness initiatives and other efforts as well as fund 
the administrative costs of the program.
    The amended bill also includes an additional $7,664,000 for 
a total of $43,200,000 for the Space Grant College and 
Fellowship program and the associated administrative costs of 
the program. The amount proposed will fund 35 states or 
jurisdictions at $750,000 each and 17 states or jurisdictions 
at $550,000 each. The Space Grant program is a nationwide 
network of over 800 universities and colleges and affiliates 
including research and development centers and business 
partners. Space Grant helps introduce young people to the 
exciting world of space and engineering, thereby opening the 
door to future involvement in scientific or high technology 
jobs.
    The amended bill also includes an additional $9,400,000 for 
a competitive program as authorized by section 616 of P.L. 109-
155 for science museums and planetariums to enhance programs 
related to space exploration, aeronautics, space science, earth 
science or microgravity.
    The amended bill also includes an additional $14,100,000 
for a competitive education grant program. These grants shall 
be awarded to public schools and non-profit organizations on a 
competitive basis. NASA is directed, no later than 90 days 
after enactment of the Act, to report to the Committees the 
criteria it will use in reviewing and ranking grant proposals.
    The amended bill also includes $8,500,000 for a competitive 
program to educate students on global climate change as 
recommended in the National Academies' Earth Decadal survey.
    Although no additional funds have been specifically 
provided for the NASA Graduate Students Research Program, or 
for a competitive program as authorized by section 431 of P.L. 
109-155 for engineering scholarships, NASA is urged to consider 
providing additional funds.
    To the extent possible, NASA is urged to use education 
funds to address the educational needs of women, minorities, 
and other historically underrepresented groups.
    The Committees provide the full budget request for the 
Classroom of the Future.
    The amended bill provides $7,000,000 for the development of 
educational activities at NASA's field centers, as proposed by 
the Senate, and direct NASA to distribute this amount in equal 
$700,000 increments to each center's official visitor center 
for the development of educational activities in science, 
technology, engineering, and mathematics, including exhibits.
    Below is a table of funding levels provided for the various 
missions and themes. Some additional items have been included 
for emphasis.

(In millions of dollars)

Science, Aeronautics and Exploration.......................... $10,543.1
Science.......................................................   5,577.4
Planetary Science.............................................    1405.5
Discovery.....................................................     181.6
New Frontiers.................................................     146.8
Technology....................................................      66.4
Planetary Science Research....................................     384.3
    Planetary Science Research and Analysis...................     146.6
    Outer Planets Missions Studies............................       5.0
Mars Exploration..............................................     626.4
Heliophysics..................................................   1,070.4
Heliophysics Research.........................................     206.4
    Heliophysics Research & Analysis..........................      37.9
        ACE...................................................       7.0
New Millennium................................................      65.2
    NMP Program Management and Future.........................      12.1
Near Earth Networks...........................................      64.8
Deep Space Mission Systems (DSMS).............................     258.4
Living with a Star............................................     266.3
    Solar Probe...............................................      17.0
Solar Terrestrial Probes......................................     134.5
    Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS)...........................      93.0
Heliophysics Explorer Program.................................      74.8
Astrophysics..................................................   1,599.5
Navigator.....................................................      95.0
    Space Interferometer (SIM)-PlanetQuest....................      60.0
James Webb Space Telescope....................................     545.4
Hubble Space Telescope........................................     280.0
Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy..............      75.9
Gamma-ray Large Space Telescope (GLAST).......................      41.4
Discovery.....................................................      91.4
Astrophysics Explorer.........................................      97.3
Astrophysics Research.........................................     312.7
    Astrophysics R&A..........................................      59.4
International Space Science Collaboration.....................      26.6
Beyond Einstein...............................................      33.8
    Joint Dark Energy Mission (JDEM)..........................       2.3
    NRC Study Implementation..................................       2.0
Earth Science.................................................   1,544.1
Earth Systematic Missions.....................................     642.7
    Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM)....................      90.2
    Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM)....................     161.2
    Decadal Implementation Downpayment........................      40.0
Earth System Science Pathfinder...............................     130.9
Earth Science Multi-Mission Operations........................     200.8
Earth Science Research........................................     435.3
Research and Analysis.........................................     273.7
    R&A.......................................................     173.1
    Near Earth Object Observations............................       4.1
Applied Sciences..............................................      55.3
Education and Outreach........................................      23.0
Earth Science Technology......................................      56.0
General Reduction.............................................    (42.1)
Exploration Systems...........................................   3,842.0
Constellation Systems.........................................   3,030.1
Program Integration and Operations............................     650.7
Crew Exploration Vehicle......................................     950.8
Crew Launch Vehicle...........................................   1,224.8
Cargo Launch Vehicle..........................................      43.8
Commercial Cargo Crew Capability..............................     160.0
Advanced Capabilities.........................................     840.9
Human Research Program........................................     180.1
Exploration Technology Development............................     389.3
Lunar Precursor Robotic Program...............................     271.5
    Lunar Precursor Robotic Program Mgmt......................      20.0
    Lunar Robotics Lander.....................................      42.0
    Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter..............................     209.5
General Reduction.............................................    (29.0)
Aeornautic's Research.........................................     625.3
Cross-Agency Support Programs.................................     556.4
Education.....................................................     180.0
    Classroom Of The Future...................................       2.6
    Competitive Educational Grant Program.....................      14.1
    NASA Space Grant..........................................      43.2
    EPSCoR....................................................      15.5
    Global Climate Change Education...........................       8.5
    Science Center, Museum, Planetarium Grants................       9.4
General Reduction.............................................     (4.2)
Advanced Business Systems.....................................      83.5
Inovative Partnerships Program................................     180.0
Shared Capability Assets Program..............................      33.7
Congressionally Directed Projects.............................      83.3
SAE Corp G&A Reduction........................................     57.90

                        EXPLORATION CAPABILITIES

    The amended bill provides $6,733,700,000 for the 
Exploration Capabilities account instead of $6,691,700,000 as 
proposed by the House in a similar structure entitled ``Space 
Operations'' and $6,792,000,000 as proposed by the Senate.
    Of the amount provided, $4,000,000,000 is for space shuttle 
activities and $2,220,000,000 is for space station activities.
    According to NASA's budget request, the content and 
estimates for the space shuttle transition and retirement will 
be further defined in the fiscal year 2009 budget submission to 
Congress. The Appropriations Committees are concerned about 
this immense and unprecedented undertaking of transitioning 
assets and facilities to another NASA program, for external 
use, or for disposal, as well as the transitioning of the space 
shuttle workforce. The Committees direct the Government 
Accountability Office (GAO) to begin an immediate and ongoing 
review of NASA's plans and progress in this area and expect to 
receive quarterly updates beginning 30 days after enactment of 
this Act.
    Within the amounts provided, the amended bill provides 
$2,500,000 for the Deep Space Network (DSN) for initial 
implementation of the Space Communication Architecture Working 
Group's recommendations. NASA's Apollo era infrastructure is of 
concern. The condition of the aging and fragile Deep Space 
Network (DSN) is especially disconcerting. According to GAO, 
this system, which has some crucial components more than 40 
years old, has lost science data during routine operations and 
critical events. NASA began early studies of DSN upgrade 
options in 2000, but has yet to put forth a budget request to 
refurbish the existing network or provide for a new generation 
DSN. Although the agency states that funding will be requested 
as a part of the fiscal year 2009 submission to Congress, the 
Committees believe that it is critical to start upgrades to 
this system as soon as possible.
    The Administrator is directed to study the possibility of 
delivering the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) to the 
International Space Station. Not only will this mission enable 
researchers to prepare NASA and our international partners for 
future space exploration, it has widespread support in 
Congress. This study shall be submitted to the Appropriations 
Committees within 30 days of enactment of the Act and should 
include the steps necessary to prepare for such a mission.

                        (In millions of dollars)

Exploration Capabilities......................................  $6,733.7
Space Operations..............................................   6,765.7
Space Shuttle.................................................   4,000.0
International Space Station...................................   2,220.0
Space and Flight Support (SFS)................................     545.7
Space Communications..........................................     371.4
Launch Services...............................................     112.3
Rocket Propulsion Testing.....................................      51.3
Crew Health & Safety..........................................      10.6
EC Corp G&A Reduction.........................................      32.0

                      Office of Inspector General

    The amended bill provides $32,600,000 for Office of 
Inspector General, instead of $34,600,000 as proposed by both 
the House and the Senate.

                            RETURN TO FLIGHT

    The amended bill provides no funding for Return to Flight 
as an emergency designation as proposed by the Senate. The 
House did not propose a similar provision.

                       Administrative Provisions


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

    The amended bill includes provisions regarding construction 
of facilities at NASA, including the availability of funds.
    The amended bill includes a provision regarding prizes.
    The amended bill includes a provision on transfer of funds.
    The amended bill includes a provision prohibiting funds to 
be used to implement any Reduction in Force or other 
involuntary separation prior to September 30, 2008.
    The amended bill includes a provision regarding space 
shuttle transition.
    The amended bill includes a provision regarding its budget 
justifications. The Appropriations Committees continue to be 
disappointed in the lack of detail provided in NASA's annual 
congressional budget justification document. Budget 
justifications are critical to the Committees' ability to make 
informed decisions concerning the administration's funding 
requests and must be submitted in a format with the greatest 
level of detail possible. Therefore, the amended bill includes 
language that stipulates the minimum acceptable details for 
each fiscal year budget submission. NASA shall submit to the 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees, no later than 
January 4, 2008, a template for its fiscal year 2009 budget 
justification document that complies with this direction.
    In previous years, NASA has chosen to make major 
programmatic decisions through comprehensive operating plans. 
While such changes are allowed, it is the view of the 
Appropriations Committees that this should not be a regular 
occurrence. Instead, after an initial operating plan has been 
submitted, individual reprogramming letters should be utilized 
for minor adjustments in programs as they arise and only in 
exceptional circumstances should additional comprehensive 
measures be taken. Any reprogramming or operating plan request 
submitted shall contain a detailed explanation of where each 
adjustment of funds is proposed to be taken from, the exact 
destination of those funds, and the extenuating circumstances 
that have arisen to cause a need for the reprogramming of 
funds. Also, for fiscal year 2009 and each year thereafter, 
NASA is directed to include the out-year budget impacts in all 
reprogramming requests.
    The amended bill includes a provision that requires NASA to 
provide the NASA Inspector General a quarterly report on 
conferences and meetings that exceed $20,000 in total cost. The 
Inspector General shall analyze these reports, make 
recommendations if necessary, and provide a report citing each 
occurrence and recommendation to the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees no later than September 30, 2008.

                      National Science Foundation

    The amended bill provides a total of $6,065,000,000 for the 
National Science Foundation instead of $6,499,000,000 as 
proposed by the House and $6,553,400,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.

                    RESEARCH AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

    The amended bill provides $4,821,474,000 for research and 
related activities at the National Science Foundation instead 
of $5,139,690,000 as proposed by the House and $5,156,090,000 
as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill includes language making up to $57,000,000 
available for the procurement of icebreaking services. The 
Coast Guard shall only be reimbursed for those sums agreed to 
in the existing memorandum of agreement.
    The amended bill provides $8,000,000 above the requested 
amount for EPSCoR from within amounts available in this 
account. The House had proposed this level above the request 
and the Senate proposed $10,470,000 above the request for this 
account. Of the additional amount, at least $4,000,000 is for 
Research Infrastructure Improvements and at least $1,000,000 is 
for co-funding. As stated in the House report, the Committees 
are pleased that the Director has chosen to give higher 
visibility to the EPSCoR program by relocating it to the Office 
of Integrative Activities within the Office of the Director.
    The Appropriations Committees strongly support increases 
for the math and physical sciences, computer sciences, and 
engineering directorates in fiscal year 2008 for research and 
related activities (R&RA). However, the Committees also believe 
the Foundation should maintain comparable growth in fiscal year 
2008, to the extent possible, for the biological sciences and 
social, behavioral and economic sciences directorates. Each of 
the science disciplines is valuable in maintaining U.S. 
competitiveness. The Committees urge NSF to provide each 
directorate with funding levels that are consistent with the 
goals of the America COMPETES Act and look forward to the 
Foundation's operating plan in addressing these concerns.
    Transformative research is considered to be both 
revolutionary and ``cutting edge.'' While the Foundation 
currently conducts research that could be considered 
transformational, several reports including the National 
Science Board's (NSB) Enhancing Support of Transformative 
Research at the National Science Foundation notes that no funds 
are dedicated for this express purpose. The Appropriations 
Committees direct the Foundation to review current practices 
supporting the solicitation of, and the support of, 
transformational proposals. The Foundation shall provide a 
report regarding this review to the Committees on how this 
emerging area can be addressed, 90 days after enactment of this 
Act, and provide semi-annual reports with any updates 
thereafter. The initial report should include the Foundation's 
definition of transformative research.
    The Appropriations Committees endorse the language in the 
House report expressing concern with the current status and 
future outlook for the academic research fleet and for other 
critical physical infrastructure improvements at older NSF 
facilities. Too often, agencies neglect routine infrastructure 
improvements of older facilities and programs. As described in 
the House language, the Foundation is directed to allocate 
additional resources for physical infrastructure improvements 
at the facilities noted, and request additional money in fiscal 
year 2009 to alleviate the shortfall in academic fleet funding.
    The loss of buying power resulting from the decline of the 
dollar and other commodity-related impacts such as the recent 
dramatic increase in the cost of oil and steel is of concern to 
the Committees. Taken together these two factors seriously 
affect many of the international programs operated by the NSF. 
These include the Arctic and Antarctic programs, earth, ocean, 
and atmospheric programs, and both radio and optical telescope 
facilities operated at various locations worldwide. The NSF 
should provide a report to the Committees within 90 days after 
the enactment of this Act on current actions and future plans, 
including an analysis of establishment of a currency and 
commodity internal reserve fund, to address this issue.
    The Appropriations Committees express concern over the 
conclusions of the NSF's Division of Astronomical Sciences 
Senior Review with regard to the Arecibo Observatory. The 
Committees believe that this Observatory continues to provide 
important scientific findings on issues of near-space objects, 
space weather, and global climate change, as well as numerous 
other research areas. The Committees believe that these 
endeavors will have scientific merit far beyond the end of this 
decade. As such, the Committees hope the Division of 
Astronomical Sciences will reconsider its conclusions regarding 
future funding for the Arecibo Observatory. In addition, the 
Appropriations Committees direct the Foundation to provide the 
budget request for operations at its astronomical facilities.
     The Appropriations Committees believe that while both the 
Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI) and RaDiUS serve 
a useful purpose, the funds provided within the budget for NSF 
have been solely provided for use by the Office of Science and 
Technology Policy (OSTP). Bill language has been included that 
provides funds via transfer to OSTP for costs associated with 
the use of STPI and RaDiUS. The Committees note that because it 
is OSTP that primarily utilizes STPI and RaDiUS for its 
activities, OSTP should request funds in its own budget rather 
than having funds earmarked within NSF. NSF is directed to 
charge OSTP the same overhead rates as is done for any 
activities initiated by other federal agencies. NSF shall 
notify the House and Senate Appropriations Committees prior to 
initiating any activities on behalf of OSTP. Further, in future 
years, OSTP is expected to request funds for the use of STPI 
and Radius as part of its budget request.
    Finally, the National Science Foundation is directed to 
await the report on service science and its merits by the 
National Academies, as required in P.L. 110-69, before it 
evaluates the applicability of such research to the mission of 
NSF.

          MAJOR RESEARCH EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION

    The amended bill provides $220,740,000 for the Major 
Research Equipment and Facilities Construction account, instead 
of $244,740,000 as proposed by the House and by the Senate.

                     EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES

    The amended bill provides $725,600,000 for the Education 
and Human Resources account, instead of $822,600,000 as 
proposed by the House and $850,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.
    NSF not only includes research, but also shares in the 
responsibility for promoting quality math and science education 
as intertwining objectives at all levels of education across 
the United States. Math and science educators play a major role 
in keeping the U.S. competitive in the 21st century. Increasing 
the number of highly qualified K-12 math and science teachers 
is critical to the creation of a new generation of innovators. 
Recommendations included in the National Academies' Rising 
Above the Gathering Storm report discussed the importance of 
expanding programs to enhance the undergraduate education of 
the future science and engineering workforce. Within the 
amounts provided, an additional $5,000,000, for a total of 
$15,000,000, shall be provided for the Robert Noyce Scholarship 
program. The House had proposed $36,000,000 above the budget 
request and the Senate had proposed $15,000,000 above the 
budget request for this activity. The Robert Noyce Scholarship 
program encourages talented Science, Technology, Engineering, 
and Mathematics (STEM) undergraduate students and postgraduate 
professionals to become K-12 mathematics and science teachers.
    The Math and Science Partnership program remains a high 
priority of the Committees. The Math and Science Partnership 
program provides for the collaboration between pre-college and 
college to promote excellence in teaching and learning.
    The Committees reiterate the direction provided in the 
House report that the Foundation provide the Committees with a 
detailed breakdown of funding disbursements for fiscal year 
2006 and urge NSF to work within its peer-review process for 
these programs to incorporate rural communities, universities, 
and school districts.
    The Committees are strongly supportive of the following 
programs and urge the Foundation to provide funding at the 
requested level for these programs: the Undergraduate/Graduate 
Student Support account and the Graduate Teaching Fellowships 
in K-12, the NSF Academies for Young Scientists, Historically 
Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), the HBCU Undergraduate 
Program, the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation 
(LSAMP), the Tribal Colleges and Universities Program (TCUP) 
and the STEM Talent Expansion program.
    Further, the Committees support the Foundation's request 
for the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) and the Centers 
of Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST). The 
conferees urge the Foundation to broaden Hispanic participation 
and expect that NSF will begin to address this issue in its 
operating plan.
    Finally, the amended bill does not provide funds for Earth 
observation education and training as proposed by the House.

                 AGENCY OPERATIONS AND AWARD MANAGEMENT

    The amended bill provides $281,790,000 for the Agency 
Operations and Award Management account, instead of 
$275,590,000 as proposed by the House and $285,590,000 as 
proposed by the Senate.

                  Office of the National Science Board

    The amended bill provides $3,969,000 for the National 
Science Board, instead of $4,030,000 as proposed by both the 
House and the Senate.

                      Office of Inspector General

    The amended bill provides $11,427,000 for Office of 
Inspector General, instead of $12,350,000 as proposed by both 
the House and the Senate.

                                TITLE IV


                            RELATED AGENCIES


                       Commission on Civil Rights


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $8,460,000 for the salaries and 
expenses of the Commission on Civil Rights, instead of 
$9,000,000 as proposed by both the House and the Senate.
    The Appropriations Committees have serious reservations 
about the Commission's current capacity and commitment to 
fulfilling its civil rights mission in a fair and effective 
manner. The Commission continues to grapple with leadership 
accountability issues, including management and operational 
deficiencies. It is expected that the Commission will more 
effectively support its regional and grassroots network, 
including the State Advisory Committees. It is further expected 
that the Commission will establish fair and transparent 
policies and procedures to ensure the objectivity of written 
Commission reports.

                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $329,300,000 instead of 
$332,748,000 as proposed by the House and $378,000,000 as 
proposed by the Senate.
    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is 
directed to provide a spend plan within 60 days after enactment 
on the investments the Commission intends to make to reduce the 
backlog and to handle call intake during transition after the 
closing of the National Contact Center. Funds have been 
provided above the request to upgrade telephone technology in 
the Commission's offices and hire staff in its field offices to 
address calls from the public. The Commission is commended for 
beginning the termination of the National Contact Center and 
transfer of its functions back into district offices. However, 
this transition is taking longer than necessary. The Commission 
had indicated that the transition would be completed by the end 
of 2007. Therefore, if any funds are used for operation of the 
National Contact Center beyond February 1, 2008, the 
Appropriations Committees expect to be notified and consulted.
    The Inspector General is directed to submit, within 90 days 
of enactment of this Act, an evaluation of the impact the 
EEOC's repositioning plan has had on the delivery of core 
services. The report should include an evaluation of cost 
savings attributable to the repositioning, and the impact that 
the repositioning has had on the EEOC's capacity to deter, 
detect, and litigate violations of the Nation's civil rights 
laws.

                     International Trade Commission


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

    The amended bill includes $68,400,000 as proposed by the 
House and Senate for the International Trade Commission (ITC).

                       Legal Services Corporation


               PAYMENT TO THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

    The amended bill includes $350,490,000 for payment to the 
Legal Services Corporation (LSC), instead of $377,000,000 as 
proposed by the House, and $390,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate. Within the funds provided, $332,390,000 is for basic 
field programs, to be used for competitively awarded grants and 
contracts; $3,000,000 is for the Inspector General; $12,500,000 
is for management and administration; $2,100,000 is for client 
self-help and information technology; and $500,000 is for loan 
repayment assistance.
    Current LSC locality pay represents reasonable compensation 
for LSC officers and employees, and language is included to 
authorize the continuation of locality pay.

          ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION--LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

    The amended bill includes bill language to continue the 
terms and conditions included under this section in previous 
appropriations Acts.

                        Marine Mammal Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $2,820,000 for the Marine Mammal 
Commission instead of $3,000,000 as proposed by both the House 
and the Senate.

           National Veterans Business Development Corporation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $1,410,000 for the National 
Veterans Business Development Corporation (TVC) instead of 
$2,500,000 as proposed by the House, and no funding as proposed 
by the Senate.
    The amended bill includes report language directing TVC to 
submit a spend plan to both the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations outlining the allocation of funding provided; 
the plan should describe the level of funding proposed to be 
used for overhead costs, salary, benefits, and the distribution 
of funds among the Corporation's existing places of operations.

            Office of the United States Trade Representative


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill includes $44,120,000 for the Office of the 
United States Trade Representative instead of $48,407,000 as 
proposed by the House and $47,800,000 as proposed by the 
Senate. The Committees support the USTR's pursuit of an active 
trade agenda and an increased focus on intellectual property 
protection in China, including full staffing of the new office 
in Beijing, and the filling of attorney vacancies.
    The amended bill includes language in the House report 
regarding CAFTA and directs USTR to submit a report. The 
amended bill includes language in the Senate report regarding 
WTO Appellate Body ruling regarding the Continued Dumping and 
Subsidy Offset Act (P.L. 106-307). The amended bill includes 
report language as proposed by the Senate, regarding 
negotiations within the WTO.
    The amended bill includes report language in the House 
report directing the USTR to provide a report to the 
Appropriations Committees on Russia's progress in complying 
with intellectual property commitments and a report on the WTO 
negotiations concerning textiles and apparel.

                        State Justice Institute


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The amended bill provides $3,760,000 for the salaries and 
expenses of the State Justice Institute, instead of $4,640,000 
as proposed by the House, and $3,500,000 as proposed by the 
Senate. Of the amount appropriated, $470,000 may be used for 
strategic initiatives that will have national implications for 
the courts.

                                TITLE V


                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The amended bill includes the following General Provisions:
    Section 501--The amended bill includes section 501 
regarding the use of appropriations for publicity and 
propaganda purposes.
    Section 502--The amended bill includes section 502 
regarding the availability of appropriations for obligation 
beyond the current fiscal year.
    Section 503--The amended bill includes section 503 
regarding the use of funds for consulting purposes.
    Section 504--The amended bill includes section 504 
providing that should any provision of the Act be held to be 
invalid, the remainder of the Act would not be affected.
    Section 505--The amended bill includes section 505 
regarding the policy by which funding available to the agencies 
funded under this Act may be reprogrammed for other purposes.
    Section 506--The amended bill includes section 506 
prohibiting construction, repair, overhaul, conversion, or 
modernization of National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration ships outside of the United States.
    Section 507--The amended bill includes section 507 
prohibiting 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 508--The amended bill includes section 508 
regarding the purchase of American made products.
    Section 509--The amended bill includes section 509 that 
requires agencies to provide quarterly reports to the 
Appropriations Committees regarding unobligated balances.
    Section 510--The amended bill includes section 510 
requiring 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 511--The amended bill includes section 511 
regarding the sale or export of tobacco or tobacco products.
    Section 512--The amended bill includes section 512 that 
prohibits a user fee from being charged 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 513--The amended bill includes section 513 
regarding amounts available under the Crime Victims Fund.
    Section 514--The amended bill includes section 514 
prohibiting 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 515--The amended bill includes section 515 
regarding transfers of funds.
    Section 516--The amended bill includes section 516 
regarding the negotiation or reevaluation of international 
agreements.
    Section 517--The amended bill includes section 517 
regarding E-government initiatives.
    Section 518--The amended bill includes section 518 
regarding firearms tracing studies.
    Section 519--The amended bill includes section 519 
requiring the Inspectors General of the Departments of Commerce 
and Justice, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 
and the National Science Foundation 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 520--The amended bill includes section 520 
regarding patents.
    Section 521--The amended bill includes section 521 that 
prohibits the use of funds to support or justify the use of 
torture.
    Section 522--The amended bill includes section 522 
regarding the export of firearms.
    Section 523--The amended bill includes section 523 
regarding the use of funds to process permits to import certain 
products.
    Section 524--The amended bill includes section 524 
prohibiting funds to include certain language in new trade 
agreements.
    Section 525--The amended bill includes section 525 
directing NASA to modify its financial management system.
    Section 526--The amended bill includes section 526 
prohibiting funds to authorize a national security letter in 
contravention of the statutes authorizing the FBI to issue 
national security letters.
    Section 527--The amended bill includes section 527 
prohibiting funds for a public-private competition conducted 
under Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 unless 
certain appeal rights are included.
    Section 528--The amended bill includes section 528 amending 
Section 605 of the Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and 
Control Act of 1998, providing new authorized funding levels 
for 2008 through 2010.
    Section 529--The amended bill includes section 529 
correcting two enrollment errors in P.L. 109-479 which amended 
the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act 
(16 U.S.C. 1853a).
    Section 530--The amended bill includes section 530 
requiring notification to the Committees in the event of cost 
overruns.
    Section 531--The amended bill includes section 531 limiting 
reprogrammings and transfers after June 30 to extraordinary 
circumstances.
    Section 532--The amended bill includes section 532 
authorizing funds appropriated for intelligence activities for 
the Department of Justice during fiscal year 2008 until the 
enactment of the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2008.
    Section 533--The amended bill includes section 533 
modifying NASA's enhanced use lease authority.
    Section 534--The amended bill includes section 534 
directing 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 535--The amended bill includes section 535 
prohibiting funds to enter into a contract in an amount greater 
than $5,000,000 or to award a grant in excess of such amount 
unless the prospective contractor or grantee has filed certain 
Federal tax returns.
    Section 536--The amended bill includes section 536 
authorizing the Digital and Wireless Networks for Higher 
Education Pilot Program--the `ED 1.0 Act'.
    Section 537--The amended bill includes section 537 
prohibiting 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 538--The amended bill includes section 538 
prohibiting the use of funds to purchase first class or premium 
airline travel in contravention of current regulations.
    Section 539--The amended bill includes section 539 to 
correct a citation related to ``the `911 Modernization Act'.''.
    Section 540--The amended bill includes section 540 related 
to services of the Legal Services Corporation.
    Section 541--The amended bill includes section 541 
prohibiting the use of funds in contravention of the Federal 
government's participation in the basic pilot program.
    Section 542--The amended bill includes section 542 
prohibiting the use of funds to employ aliens who are 
unauthorized to work.
    Section 543--The amended bill includes section 543 
prohibiting 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.

                                TITLE VI


                              RESCISSIONS


                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


                  Economic Development Administration


                ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $5,700,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations.

                   Economic and Statistical Analysis


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $800,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology


                     INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $18,800,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations, instead of $10,000,000 as proposed by the 
Senate.

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $11,372,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations.

                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $7,400,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $5,000,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account.

                          WORKING CAPITAL FUND

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $41,000,000 from 
unobligated balances in this account as proposed by the House 
and the Senate.

               TELECOMMUNICATIONS CARRIER COMPLIANCE FUND

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $1,300,000 from 
unobligated balances in this account.

                           DETENTION TRUSTEE

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $145,000,000 from 
unobligated balances in this account, instead of $135,000,000 
as proposed by the House and the Senate.

                            Legal Activities


                         ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $240,000,000 from 
unobligated balances in this account as proposed by the House 
and the Senate.

                    Office of Violence Against Women


       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS

                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $14,700,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations.

                       Office of Justice Programs


                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $87,500,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations as proposed by the House and the Senate. 
Rescinded funds should be derived from deobligations and 
recoveries from completed grant activities.

                  Community Oriented Policing Services


                             (RESCISSIONS)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $87,500,000 from 
unobligated balances available in this account from prior year 
appropriations as proposed by the House instead of $37,500,000 
as proposed by the Senate.
    The amended bill includes a rescission of $10,278,000 from 
unobligated balances appropriated from the Violent Crime 
Reduction Trust Fund as proposed by the House.
    Rescinded funds should be derived from deobligations and 
recoveries from completed grant activities.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration


                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $192,475,000 from 
unobligated balances available from prior year appropriations, 
instead of $69,832,000 as proposed by the House. The amended 
bill includes language requesting that within 30 days after the 
date of the enactment of this section the Administrator shall 
submit to the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate 
a report specifying the amount of each rescission made pursuant 
to this section.

                      National Science Foundation


                              (RESCISSION)

    The amended bill includes a rescission of $33,000,000 from 
unobligated balances available from prior year appropriations, 
instead of $24,000,000 as proposed by the House. The amended 
bill includes language requesting that within 30 days after the 
date of the enactment of this section the Director shall submit 
to the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate a 
report specifying the amount of each rescission made pursuant 
to this section.

    Disclosure of Earmarks and Congressional Directed Spending Items

    Following is a list of congressional earmarks and 
congressionally directed spending items (as defined in clause 9 
of rule XXI of the Rules of the House of Representatives and 
rule XLIV of the Standing Rules of the Senate, respectively) 
included in the House amendment or this explanatory statement, 
along with the name of each Senator, House Member, Delegate, or 
Resident Commissioner who submitted a request to the Committee 
of jurisdiction for each item so identified. There are no items 
in this division which did not appear in the House or Senate 
versions of H.R. 3093 or the accompanying committee reports. 
Neither the House amendment nor the explanatory statement 
contains any limited tax benefits or limited tariff benefits as 
defined in the applicable House and Senate rules.

                                                               COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE
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     Account                                 Project                               Amount                              Member(s)
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DOC-DM             Planning and Design for new exhibits and Hoover Building         $714,400  Mikulski
                    rent, National Aquarium-DC
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DOC-ITA            Arkansas World Trade Center, Funding to support efforts to       $446,500  Lincoln, Pryor, Boozman
                    develop international trade initiatives in Northwest
                    Arkansas, University of Arkansas
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DOC-ITA            National Textile Centers and Textile/Clothing Technology       $4,700,000  Aderholt, Butterfield, Coble, Etheridge, Frank, Hayes,
                    Corporation                                                                Hinchey, Jones (Walter), Lungren, McHenry, McIntyre,
                                                                                               Miller (Brad), Myrick, Price (David), Scott (David),
                                                                                               Shuler, Thompson, Watt, Wilson (Joe), Burr, Chambliss,
                                                                                               Clinton, Dole, Graham, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Shelby,
                                                                                               Specter
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DOC-ITA            Novel Polymerics Research, Within the funds provided for       $1,316,000  Shelby
                    NTC, these funds will examine this new generation of
                    advanced polymeric materials and their best applications
                    to benefit our commercial competitiveness in the global
                    market, Auburn University
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DOC-MBDA           Project for Public Spaces, preservation and revitalization       $235,000  Velazquez
                    of the Moore Street Market
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DOC-NIST           Biotechnology Research Park, Construction of the               $7,332,000  Cochran
                    Biotechnology Research Park in close proximity to an
                    academic medical center offering opportunities for
                    scientific and commercial synergies and serving as a
                    catalyst for economic development in Jackson, MS,
                    University of Mississippi
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DOC-NIST           Engineering and Science Center, This facility will provide    $30,000,000  Shelby
                    state-of-the-art laboratory and research space for future
                    engineers, scientists, and researchers, and provide
                    laboratory and research space to facilitate the
                    University's support of local and regional industry,
                    University of South Alabama
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DOC-NIST           Innovation and Commercialization Park Infrastructure and       $1,598,000  Cochran
                    Building Construction and Equipment This funding will
                    complete the construction projects at the Park located at
                    the University of Southern Mississippi and furnish
                    necessary equipment, which will generate high technology
                    jobs and enhance the overall economic development of the
                    region, University of Southern Mississippi
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DOC-NIST           Life Sciences Building, This facility will house the new       $5,000,000  Shelby
                    microbiology doctoral program along with many other
                    biological science graduate and undergraduate activities,
                    Alabama State University
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DOC-NIST           New York Center for National Competitiveness in Nanoscale        $893,000  Schumer, Clinton, McNulty
                    Characterization (NC)3, Partnership between the National
                    Institute for Science and Technology (NIST) and the
                    College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE),
                    University at Albany-SUNY
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DOC-NIST           Research, Technology and Economic Development Park             $7,332,000  Cochran
                    Expansion, Expansion of the Research, Technology and
                    Economic Development Park to generate high technology jobs
                    and enhance the overall economic development of the
                    region, Mississippi State University
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DOC-NOAA           Advanced Undersea Vehicle, For an advanced undersea mapping      $401,850  Dodd, Lieberman
                    sonar, Mystic Aquarium--Institute for Exploration
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DOC-NOAA           Alabama GIS Mapping, Montgomery, AL, To plan and produce a       $423,000  Shelby, Cramer
                    high resolution large scale geospatial database of
                    Alabama, Alabama Department of Revenue
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DOC-NOAA           Alaska Survey Current and Tide Data                            $1,316,000  Stevens
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DOC-NOAA           Alliance for Coastal Technology                                  $940,000  Hoyer
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DOC-NOAA           Anacostia Watershed Education, Support for classroom             $133,950  Mikulski
                    education and teacher training on conservation, Anacostia
                    Watershed Society
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DOC-NOAA           Aquatic Genomics and Biosecurity Research, To serve as a         $940,000  Shelby
                    system for early detection and warnings for pathogens and
                    other contaminants in our aquatic environments, Auburn
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           Aquatic Resources Environmental Initiative, Eastern            $1,128,000  Rogers (Hal)
                    Kentucky PRIDE - ORF
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DOC-NOAA           Aquatic Resources Environmental Initiative, Eastern              $470,000  Rogers (Hal)
                    Kentucky PRIDE - PAC
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DOC-NOAA           Aquidneck Island Westside Plan                                   $188,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
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DOC-NOAA           Assisting smaller fisheries-dependent coastal communities,       $188,000  Stevens, Young (Don)
                    Funds will be used to assist the smaller fisheries-
                    dependent coastal communities of the Gulf of Alaska with
                    the regulatory process by participating on research boards
                    and developing management plans, Gulf of Alaska Coastal
                    Communities Coalition
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DOC-NOAA           Bronx River Restoration, NY                                      $940,000  Serrano
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DOC-NOAA           B-WET, California                                              $2,350,000  Pelosi, Farr, Feinstein
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DOC-NOAA           Center for Aquatic Resource Management, To work together       $1,551,000  Shelby, Rogers (Mike)-AL
                    with state and federal partners to develop and implement
                    strategies for sustainable practices that will protect and
                    restore aquatic resources, Auburn University
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DOC-NOAA           Center for Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management, Operations    $2,632,000  Shelby
                    to conduct fisheries based research in the Northern Gulf
                    of Mexico from in-shore shallow waters out across the
                    continental shelf, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
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DOC-NOAA           Center for Marine Aquaculture, To construct a center to        $7,520,000  Cochran
                    provide scientists, engineers, and economists the
                    capability to apply recent advances in aquaculture,
                    biotechnology, pathology, nutrition, genetics,
                    engineering, microbiology, and economics to remove the
                    technical and profitability constraints to growth of a
                    marine aquaculture industry, University of Southern
                    Mississippi
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DOC-NOAA           Center for the Great Lakes, Conservation education, Shedd        $260,000  Durbin
                    Aquarium
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DOC-NOAA           Chesapeake Bay Multi-Species Fisheries Management                $352,500  Gilchrest, Warner, Webb
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DOC-NOAA           Chesapeake Bay Oyster Restoration, Funding for on the water/   $1,786,000  Mikulski, Cardin
                    in the field oyster restoration efforts, Oyster Recovery
                    Partnership
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DOC-NOAA           Coastal and Inland Hurricane Monitoring and Protection           $611,000  Shelby, Sessions (Jeff)
                    Program, To acquire the ability to predict the intensity
                    and potential damage of hurricanes affecting the Gulf
                    Coast, University of South Alabama
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DOC-NOAA           Coastal and ocean navigation and hazards assistance,             $188,000  Graham, Brown (Henry)
                    Columbia, SC, To provide a new capacity for access to
                    assets for navigation and hazards assistance, University
                    of South Carolina
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DOC-NOAA           Coastal Restoration and Enhancement through Science and        $1,518,100  Landrieu, Vitter, Alexander (Rodney), Jindal
                    Technology--CREST, Advances in science and technology in
                    restoration programs, Louisiana State University
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DOC-NOAA           Coastal vulnerability to climate change study, To look at        $940,000  Stevens
                    impacts, response strategies and predictions for rural
                    Alaska coastal communities
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DOC-NOAA           Coastal Weather for Catastrophic Events, To provide coastal      $258,500  Shelby
                    Alabama appropriate weather monitoring equipment to
                    measure wind gusts, water surge and rain fall levels
                    during a catastrophic event such as hurricane, University
                    of South Alabama
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DOC-NOAA           Collaborative R&D Initiative for the Gulf of Mexico, For         $752,000  Shelby
                    collaboration between federal agencies in Alabama and
                    research universities to more effectively complete NOAA
                    missions, Von Braun Center for Science and Innovation
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DOC-NOAA           Conservation of habitats in Great Bay, NH, For continued       $3,525,000  Gregg, Shea-Porter
                    conservation of critical habitats, Great Bay Partnership
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DOC-NOAA           Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Research                                 $352,500  Young (Don), Murkowski, Stevens
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DOC-NOAA           Cooperative Institute for Remote Sensing Applications, For     $1,034,000  Shelby
                    the purpose of advancing knowledge and understanding of
                    the environment using information technologies and remote
                    sensing systems, University of Alabama at Huntsville
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DOC-NOAA           Delaware River Enhanced Flood Warning System                     $235,000  Holt, Dent, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOC-NOAA           Drought Research Study, To continue to study potential           $752,000  Shelby
                    options to minimize the impact of droughts on Alabama and
                    the Southeast, University of Alabama at Huntsville
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DOC-NOAA           DUNE System Assessment and Shoreline Change Analysis             $869,500  LoBiondo, Lautenberg, Mendendez
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DOC-NOAA           East Coast Shellfish Research Institute                          $423,000  DeLauro
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DOC-NOAA           Educational Simulations of Extreme Weather Events, Wheeling      $188,000  Mollohan
                    Jesuit University
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DOC-NOAA           Eye-On-The-Sky, Continue and expand meteorology reporting,       $229,400  Leahy
                    education and outreach efforts, Fairbanks Museum and
                    Planetarium
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DOC-NOAA           Fisheries Infrastructure, Investigation, Assessment and          $376,000  Shelby
                    Improvement Project, To develop the intelligent command
                    and control infrastructure systems stewardship
                    architecture needed to support a sustainable fishing
                    industry and fisheries ecosystem in this region,
                    University of Alabama
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DOC-NOAA           Fishery Survey Vessel (Number 5 Shallow Draft)                   $940,000  Cochran, Lott
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DOC-NOAA           Fishing Mortality Education Program, To develop a local           $94,000  Shelby
                    educational program for K-12 students and other user
                    groups in order to minimize discard or release mortality
                    of reef fishes, City of Orange Beach
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DOC-NOAA           Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Reef          $940,000  Putnam
                    Fish Monitoring and Research
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DOC-NOAA           Geodesy, Kentucky                                                $376,000  Rogers (Hal)
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DOC-NOAA           Geodesy/Height Modernization, Illinois                           $352,500  Johnson (Timothy)-IL
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DOC-NOAA           Geospatial Data Analysis Center, Normal, AL, To provide          $423,000  Shelby
                    weather stations for the purpose of providing near-real
                    time data on soil moisture and temperature, Alabama A&M
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           Groundline Exchange Program, To coordinate a Maine               $376,000  Collins, Snowe
                    groundline exchange program providing financial assistance
                    to lobstermen by enabling them to purchase `whale-safe'
                    rope in exchange for their existing groundline, Gulf of
                    Maine Lobster Foundation
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DOC-NOAA           Gulf of Farralones NMS Exhibit, To enhance the public            $669,750  Feinstein, Eshoo, Lantos
                    awareness of the Sanctuary and human dependence upon a
                    healthy ocean ecosystem, Fitzgerald Marine Reserve
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DOC-NOAA           Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center                       $11,060,000  Shelby
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DOC-NOAA           Gulf Oyster Industry Program                                     $188,000  Boyd
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DOC-NOAA           Harbor seal and stellar sea lion protection program, For       $3,478,000  Stevens
                    management measures to protect harbor seals and steller
                    sea lions and multi-year interdisciplinary research and
                    standing rehabilitation program in partnership with NMFS,
                    Alaska Sea Life Center
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DOC-NOAA           Harbor seal management, To work together with NOAA on co-        $141,000  Stevens
                    management issues of harbor seals and subsistence
                    harvests, Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission
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DOC-NOAA           Hawaii Rain Gages, To purchase, install and maintain rain        $321,480  Akaka
                    gages, NOAA National Weather Service Pacific Region
                    Headquarters
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DOC-NOAA           Hawaii Seafood Safety and Inspections, Assistance for the        $669,750  Inouye
                    Hawaii fishing and seafood industries to comply with new
                    Food and Drug Administration seafood regulations, Pacific
                    Marine Resources Inc.
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DOC-NOAA           Hawaii Weather Buoy, For the installation of buoy northeast    $1,250,200  Akaka
                    of main Hawaiian Islands, National Weather Service Pacific
                    Region Headquarters
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DOC-NOAA           Horseshoe Crab Research, For continued research projects         $446,500  Warner, Webb
                    deemed essential for effective, science-based management
                    of this critically important species, Virginia Tech
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DOC-NOAA           Hurricane Mitigation Alliance, Research to develop cost          $446,500  Nelson (Bill), Martinez, Wasserman Schultz
                    effective techniques for reduction of hurricane hazards to
                    life and property, Florida International University
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DOC-NOAA           Improved hydrologic modeling of water resources for snow-         $94,000  Craig, Crapo
                    dominated regions, Funds will be used to develop an
                    operational hydrology model for mountain-front hydrologic
                    systems based on new research that advances knowledge on
                    physical mechanisms by which water moves from mountains to
                    valleys, Boise State University
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DOC-NOAA           Integrated Data and Environmental Applications Center,         $2,455,750  Inouye
                    Funding support for critical regional needs for ocean,
                    climate, and ecosystem information (IDEA), NOAA IDEA
                    Center
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DOC-NOAA           International Arctic Research Center, To support further       $2,397,000  Stevens
                    integrating and synthesizing arctic research efforts in
                    terms of climate change, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
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DOC-NOAA           International Pacific Research Center, To conduct              $1,786,000  Inouye
                    systematic and reliable climatographic research of the
                    Pacific region, University of Hawaii
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DOC-NOAA           JASON Project                                                  $2,209,000  Regula, DeLauro, Langevin, Wolf, Reed, Whitehouse, Shelby
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DOC-NOAA           John Smith Water Trail, Installation of interactive buoys        $446,500  Warner, Mikulski, Cardin, Webb, Gilchrest, Ruppersberger
                    marking the John Smith National Water Trail on the
                    Chesapeake Bay, The Conservation Fund
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DOC-NOAA           Lake Champlain Emerging Threats, Research targeting              $400,000  Leahy
                    understanding and mitigating invasive species, University
                    of Vermont
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DOC-NOAA           Lake Champlain Research Consortium, research to identify         $250,000  Leahy
                    sources of harmful bacteria, University of Vermont
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DOC-NOAA           Lake Erie Monitoring at Bowling Green State University           $352,500  Gillmor, Brown (Sherrod), Voinovich
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DOC-NOAA           Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve                 $94,000  Obey
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DOC-NOAA           Lobster Institute CORE Initiative                                $188,000  Allen, Snowe, Collins
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DOC-NOAA           Louisiana Environmental Research Center at McNeese State         $352,500  Boustany
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           Louisiana Fisheries Recovery Resource Center, Funding for        $491,150  Landrieu
                    planning and initial costs to launch center in
                    coordination with Seedco Financial Services, Xavier
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           Lower Elwha River Habitat Restoration, Dam removal--             $446,500  Murray
                    restoration and mitigation, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe
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DOC-NOAA           Maine and New Hampshire Inshore Trawl Survey                     $188,000  Michaud, Allen, Collins, Snowe
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DOC-NOAA           Marine Debris Removal and Detection, Alaska                    $1,316,000  Stevens
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DOC-NOAA           Maritime Museum, A collaborative effort with NOAA for the        $470,000  Shelby
                    development of educational activities and exhibits, City
                    of Mobile, AL
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DOC-NOAA           Massachusetts Groundfish Disaster, To provide relief due to   $13,395,000  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
                    economic loses due to new fishing limitations on
                    fishermen, Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries
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DOC-NOAA           Meteorological equipment at Valparaiso University                $817,800  Visclosky, Lugar, Bayh
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DOC-NOAA           Migratory Shark Research at Mote Marine Laboratory             $1,504,000  Buchanan, Davis (Jo Ann), Farr, Warner, Webb
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DOC-NOAA           Mill Creek Conservation, Conservation of coastal                 $893,000  Reed
                    environment, Mill Creek Conservation
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DOC-NOAA           Mill River, MA Habitat Restoration                               $376,000  Frank
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DOC-NOAA           Monitoring and restoration of salmon stocks, Funds will be       $188,000  Stevens
                    used to allow the monitoring and restoration of depressed
                    salmon stocks under the management of one organization
                    that serves and represents all affected fishermen, Bering
                    Sea Fishermen's Association
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DOC-NOAA           Monkfish and Migratory Finfish Trawl Surveys, Collection of    $1,339,500  Lautenberg, Menendez
                    data to accurately and efficiently manage fish resources,
                    Garden State Seafood Association
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DOC-NOAA           Mount Washington Observatory Educational Outreach Expansion      $423,000  Hodes, Gregg
                    Initiative
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DOC-NOAA           NAIB Conservation and Education Programs, For conservation       $893,000  Mikulski
                    and education programs of the marine environment, National
                    Aquarium of Baltimore
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DOC-NOAA           Narragansett Bay Marine Education, Curriculum development        $893,000  Reed, Whitehouse
                    and operation of youth and adult education programs, Save
                    the Bay
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DOC-NOAA           Narragansett Bay Window Program                                  $470,000  Kennedy (Patrick), Langevin, Reed, Whitehouse
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DOC-NOAA           Narragansett Bay Window Program, Monitoring the                  $446,500  Reed, Whitehouse, Kennedy (Patrick), Langevin
                    Narragansett Bay, University of Rhode Island Costal
                    Institute
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DOC-NOAA           National Institute of Undersea Science and Technology          $4,700,000  Cochran
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DOC-NOAA           National Marine Sanctuary Learning Center, For construction    $1,786,000  Inouye
                    of learning center, Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale
                    National Marine Sanctuary
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DOC-NOAA           New England Multi-Species Survey, For multi-species            $2,679,000  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Frank
                    groundfish surveys, School of Marine Science and
                    Technology
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DOC-NOAA           New England Weather Technology Initiative, For continued         $188,000  Gregg
                    weather technology and observation, Plymouth State
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           New Hampshire Lake Host Program, For education program to        $188,000  Gregg
                    prevent the spread of milfoil and other invasive species
                    in lakes and ponds
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DOC-NOAA           New Hampshire Volunteer Lake Assessment Program, For              $94,000  Gregg, Sununu, Hodes
                    evaluation of quality of lakes and ponds in NH through
                    trained volunteer program
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DOC-NOAA           Next Generation Weather Forecasters at San Jose State            $211,500  Honda
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DOC-NOAA           NGI Science Center Building, Stennis Space Center, MS          $4,700,000  Cochran
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DOC-NOAA           NOAA Save the Bay Educational Programs and Shellfish             $188,000  Kennedy (Patrick), Reed, Whitehouse
                    Restoration
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DOC-NOAA           Northwest Straits Citizens Advisory Commission, Citizen-       $1,562,750  Murray, Cantwell, Larsen
                    driven environmental protection, Washington State
                    Department of Ecology
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DOC-NOAA           Oregon Salmon Weak Stock Solutions Research, Research            $446,500  Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
                    reducing by-catch of weak salmon stocks and avoiding long
                    term closures of the salmon fishery, Hatfield Marine
                    Science Center
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DOC-NOAA           Oyster Bed Reseeding and Fishery Habitat Enhancement, To         $940,000  Shelby
                    conduct research on factors which adversely or
                    beneficially affect oyster habitats in Alabama's
                    estuaries, as well as actively enhance fishery habitat in
                    both Alabama's estuaries and offshore waters,, University
                    of South Alabama
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DOC-NOAA           Oyster Hatchery Economic Pilot Program at Morgan State           $470,000  Hoyer, Cardin
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument Fishery             $6,697,500  Inouye
                    Disaster, To compensate NWHI fishermen for future lost
                    revenue due to closure of fishing grounds, National Marine
                    Fisheries, Hawaiian Islands
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DOC-NOAA           Pelagic Tagging, For a west coast blue-fin tuna research         $446,500  Feinstein, Farr
                    program, Monterey Bay Aquarium
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DOC-NOAA           Perdido Pass Navigation Assistance, For a weather buoy for       $282,000  Shelby
                    the near-shore waters of Perdido Pass along the Gulf Coast
                    of Alabama
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DOC-NOAA           Point Loma Enhanced Monitoring Program, To monitor the           $893,000  Feinstein
                    local coastal ocean environment, City of San Diego, CA
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DOC-NOAA           PORTS Pilot                                                    $1,410,000  Shelby, Cochran, Vitter
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DOC-NOAA           Preserving endangered wetlands, To preserve endangered           $329,000  Hutchison, Ortiz
                    wetlands and help stop severe erosion in Port Aransas and
                    along the Corpus Christi ship channel, Port Aransas Nature
                    Preserve
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DOC-NOAA           Project STORM Air Quality Initiative, air quality research,      $613,000  Harkin, Grassley
                    University of Northern Iowa
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DOC-NOAA           Promoting healthy wild salmon fisheries, Funds will be used      $376,000  Stevens, Young (Don)
                    by the Association to promote healthy wild salmon
                    fisheries by monitoring efforts, conducting research, and
                    education efforts aimed at improving subsistence and
                    commercial fisheries management, Yukon River Drainage
                    Association
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DOC-NOAA           Radar technology study, A feasibility study to determine          $94,000  Enzi, Cantwell
                    the applicability of advanced radar technologies to cover
                    the radar hole in northeastern Wyoming with low level
                    radar coverage, Advanced Radar Technologies
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DOC-NOAA           Real time monitoring and observations of marine mammals, To      $117,500  Stevens
                    continue the real time monitoring of subsistence harvest,
                    haul-out and shoreline observations of marine mammals in
                    the Aleutian Islands and Alaska Peninsula Region, Aleut
                    Pacific Marine Resources Observers
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DOC-NOAA           Regional Climate Centers, cooperative agreement with the       $3,572,000  Schumer, Clinton, Nelson (Ben), Nelson (Bill), Obama,
                    National Climatic Data Center: Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln,                 Ensign, Hinchey, Johnson (Timothy)-IL, LaHood
                    NE; Illinois State Water Survey, Champaign, IL; Cornell
                    University, Ithaca, NY; Louisiana State Univ., Baton
                    Rouge, LA; Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV; UNC-Chapel
                    Hill, NC
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DOC-NOAA           Regional Ensembling System for Atmospheric Dispersion          $1,410,000  Cochran
                    Forecasting, To construct a dispersion forecasting
                    capability tailored for application in the Gulf Coast
                    Region with activity focused on the development of
                    ensemble methods and data assimilation techniques, Jackson
                    State University
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DOC-NOAA           Rehabilitation of Alaska Crab, Funds will be used to allow       $282,000  Stevens
                    the monitoring and restoration of depressed Alaskan crab,
                    Kodiak Island; the Pribilof Islands; and Dutch Harbor, AK
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DOC-NOAA           Remote Infrasonic Monitoring of Natural Hazards, To support    $1,645,000  Cochran
                    research in long-ranging atmospheric sound below the
                    perception of human hearing to provide better warnings to
                    those in danger of the effects of hurricanes and volcanic
                    eruptions, Joint Project with University of MS, University
                    of HI, University of AK, and University of California at
                    San Diego
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DOC-NOAA           Right Whale Disentanglement Program, Center for Coastal           $94,000  Delahunt
                    Studies
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DOC-NOAA           River frontage and watershed conservation, To continue the       $188,000  Gregg, Hodes
                    program to proactively conserve undeveloped river frontage
                    and upland watershed, Merrimack River Fish Habitat
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DOC-NOAA           San Joaquin Valley Ozone Study, For data and analysis to         $133,950  Feinstein, Boxer
                    support the upcoming 8-hour ozone attainment plans,
                    Central California Air Quality Control Study Policy
                    Committee
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DOC-NOAA           Scallop Fishery Assessment (MFI), To determine conservation    $1,786,000  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Frank
                    and sustainability measures to ensure a strong future for
                    the New England Scallop fishery, Massachusetts Marine
                    Fisheries Institute
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DOC-NOAA           Science Consortium for Ocean Replenishment at Mote Marine        $846,000  Buchanan, Putnam
                    Lab
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DOC-NOAA           SE Seiners Capacity Reduction Program                            $235,000  Stevens
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DOC-NOAA           Sea lion conservation and management research program, To        $202,100  Stevens
                    establish a research program with local communities for
                    sea lion conservation and management, Alaska Sea Otter and
                    Steller Sea Lion Commission
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DOC-NOAA           Shedd Aquarium Invasive Species Program                          $940,000  Kirk
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DOC-NOAA           Southern New England Cooperative Research Initiative,          $1,339,500  Reed
                    Cooperative research and monitoring projects in southern
                    New England, Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation
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DOC-NOAA           Susquehanna River Basin Flood System, Funding for flood        $1,786,000  Specter, Mikulski, Hinchey, Gilchrest, Platts,
                    inundation maps and capitol improvements to flood warning                  Ruppersberger
                    system, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
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DOC-NOAA           Thunder Bay NMS Exhibit, For the completion of permanent       $1,786,000  Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    displays for the facility's new visitor center, Thunder
                    Bay NMS
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DOC-NOAA           Tornado and Hurricane Operations and Research, To improve        $846,000  Shelby
                    detection, tracking, and forecasting of tornadic
                    thunderstorms and land-falling hurricanes in the Southeast
                    United States, University of Alabama at Huntsville
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DOC-NOAA           Trawl Survey, To establish population assessments of             $446,500  Warner, Webb, Moran
                    juvenile marine and estuarine fish and invertebrates in
                    the Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay, VA
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DOC-NOAA           Understanding Abrupt Global Climate Change, for researchers      $376,000  Snowe, Collins, Allen
                    to address relevant issues related to the range,
                    magnitude, forcing, and predictability of abrupt climate
                    change events, University of Maine-Orono
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DOC-NOAA           Urban Coast Institute, Program support that establishes          $893,000  Lautenberg, Menendez, Pallone, Smith (Christopher)
                    critical links necessary for integration of policy
                    management decisions related to regional and coastal
                    watershed, Monmouth University
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DOC-NOAA           Urbanet III, for continuation of the NOAA Air Resource         $5,358,000  Mikulski, Cardin, Ruppersberger
                    Laboratory's Urbanet Partnership to expand the number of
                    metropolitan areas covered by the Urbanet system to
                    improve weather forecasting, AWS Convergence Technologies
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DOC-NOAA           Vanderburgh County Outdoor Warning Siren System                  $126,900  Ellsworth, Lugar, Bayh
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DOC-NOAA           Vermont Weather & Wind Data Integration, Integration of          $200,000  Leahy
                    National Weather Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife
                    Service to conduct monitoring of bird migration patterns,
                    Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife
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DOC-NOAA           Weather Buoy for Nantucket Sound                                 $235,000  Delahunt
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DOC-NOAA           West Alabama Marine Shrimp and Fish Aquaculture, To develop      $235,000  Shelby
                    new methods and find efficiency in the development of
                    marine shrimp and fish aquaculture using ponds and the
                    salinic water of West Alabama
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DOC-NOAA           Western Kentucky Environmental Monitoring Network, To            $705,000  McConnell
                    complete the development of a monitoring system that will
                    collect real-time observations through a statewide grid of
                    stations in Kentucky administered, Western Kentucky
                    University Research Foundation
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DOC-NOAA           Western Pacific pelagic fisheries research, Research to aid    $1,116,250  Inouye, Hirono
                    efforts to develop and implement strategies for the
                    conservation and management of pelagic fish species,
                    University of Hawaii--Joint Institute of Marine and
                    Atmospheric Research
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DOC-NOAA           Wind Hazards Reduction Program, For research into reducing       $613,000  Harkin, Grassley
                    wind related damage from storms and tornados, Iowa State
                    University
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DOC-NOAA           Woods Hole Berthing Area for new R/V Bigelow                     $235,000  Delahunt, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
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DOJ-Byrne          "Missing Persons" (Locating the Ones We Love), Detroit, MI       $423,000  Kilpatrick, Conyers, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child is Missing GA, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to assist law         $70,500  Chambliss, Isakson
                    enforcement in finding missing children
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child is Missing, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for A Child         $89,300  Johnson (Tim)-SD, Thune
                    Is Missing--South Dakota Initiative
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child is Missing, Indiana                                       $47,000  Carson, Burton, Lugar, Bayh
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child Is Missing, Montgomery, AL, for maintaining and           $47,000  Shelby
                    upgrading technology
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child Is Missing, New Haven, CT                                 $94,000  DeLauro
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child is Missing, New York                                     $188,000  McNulty, Schumer, Clinton
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child is Missing, Texas                                        $446,500  Granger
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DOJ-Byrne          A Child is Missing, UT, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to assist law        $70,500  Hatch, Bennett
                    enforcement in finding missing children for program in
                    Utah
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DOJ-Byrne          Abilene, TX, Police Department                                   $253,800  Neugebauer
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DOJ-Byrne          Abundant Life Church of God Family and Group Counseling           $94,000  Israel
                    Program, Holbrook, NY
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DOJ-Byrne          Access Community Health Network Reentry Demonstration            $470,000  Gutierrez, Davis (Danny)
                    Project, Chicago, IL
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DOJ-Byrne          Aces for Kids program for at-risk youth, White Plains, NY        $235,000  Dicks
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DOJ-Byrne          Administrative Office of the Courts, Atlanta, GA, to assist       $47,000  Chambliss
                    drug court efforts
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DOJ-Byrne          Alabama Center for Law and Civic Education, Birmingham, AL,       $94,000  Shelby
                    for law-related education
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DOJ-Byrne          Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC),             $470,000  Shelby
                    Montgomery, AL, for a criminal data system
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DOJ-Byrne          Alabama Department of Corrections, Montgomery, AL, for           $376,000  Shelby, Everett
                    computer based corrections training
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DOJ-yrne           Alabama District Attorneys Association Data Protection           $117,500  Bachus, Shelby
                    Program
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DOJ-Byrne          Alabama District Attorneys Association, Montgomery, AL, for      $752,000  Shelby, Bachus
                    computer forensics labs
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DOJ-Byrne          Alabama District Attorneys Association, Montgomery, AL, for    $1,692,000  Shelby
                    the state's drug problem and gang activity
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DOJ-Byrne          Alachua County, FL Comprehensive Management of Offenders         $188,000  Brown (Corrine)
                    with Co-occurring Mental Illness and Addiction
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DOJ-Byrne          Alameda County, CA Violence Prevention Initiative                 $94,000  Lee
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DOJ-Byrne          Alaska Native Justice Center, Anchorage, AK, for programs        $940,000  Stevens
                    to support Native Alaskans involved in legal issues
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DOJ-Byrne          Alcorn State University, Lorman, MS, to fund a judicial        $1,598,000  Cochran
                    threat analysis center at Alcorn State University
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DOJ-Byrne          ALERT Regional Prevention Center, Ashland, KY                     $18,800  Davis (Geoff)
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DOJ-Byrne          All Kids Count                                                   $470,000  Gerlach
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DOJ-Byrne          Area Resources for Community and Human Services, St. Louis,       $94,000  Bond
                    MO, for gang prevention and intervention
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DOJ-Byrne          Arlington County, VA GED Program for Recently Released            $94,000  Moran (James)
                    Inmates
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DOJ-Byrne          Ascension Parish, LA Sheriff's Office                            $352,500  Baker
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DOJ-Byrne          Asheville, NC Police Department Fire Range Equipment             $211,500  Shuler
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DOJ-Byrne          Asian Pacific Women's Center, victims services, Los               $56,400  Roybal-Allard
                    Angeles, CA
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DOJ-Byrne          Atlanta, GA City Safe Project                                    $399,500  Lewis (John), Johnson (Hank), Chambliss
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DOJ-Byrne          Baltimore County, MD Ex-Offender Program Equipment               $329,000  Ruppersberger, Cummings
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DOJ-Byrne          Bedford County, VA Sheriff's Office - Operation Blue Ridge       $188,000  Goode
                    Thunder
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DOJ-Byrne          Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ, to strengthen the         $178,600  Lautenberg, Menendez, Rothman
                    policy, research, and training institute
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DOJ-Byrne          Bergen County Community College, Center for Suburban              $94,000  Rothman, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    Justice, Paramus, NJ
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DOJ-Byrne          Bonneville County Sherriff's Office, Children's                   $47,000  Craig, Crapo
                    Identification & Location Database (CHILD) Project - Idaho
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DOJ-Byrne          Border Law Enforcement Training Program, Eagle Pass, TX          $658,000  Rodriguez
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DOJ-Byrne          Bridge to Success, Detroit, MI                                   $188,000  Kilpatrick
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DOJ-Byrne          Buckeye State Sheriffs' Association                              $940,000  Hobson
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DOJ-Byrne          Building Life Skills for Youth, Independence, MO                 $117,500  Cleaver
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DOJ-Byrne          Burbank, CA Police Department                                    $235,000  Schiff
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DOJ-Byrne          Butler County Community College                                $1,222,000  English
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DOJ-Byrne          Calhoun and Cleburne Counties, AL Drug and Crime Task Force       $61,100  Rogers (Mike)-AL
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DOJ-Byrne          California Indian Legal Services Tribal Court Development        $282,000  Honda
                    Project, Oakland, CA
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DOJ-Byrne          California Innocence Project                                     $423,000  Berman
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DOJ-Byrne          Capital District Women's Bar Association Domestic Violence,      $211,500  Gillibrand, McNulty, Schumer, Clinton
                    Civil Legal Assistance, and Military Families legal
                    project, Albany, NY
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DOJ-Byrne          Carmel, IN                                                        $94,000  Burton, Lugar, Bayh
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DOJ-Byrne          Carson and Rural Elderly (CARE), Carson City, NV, for legal       $44,650  Reid
                    assistance to rural seniors
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DOJ-Byrne          CASA of Wood County, WV                                           $47,000  Mollohan
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DOJ-Byrne          Centenary College, Law Enforcement and Community Response        $940,000  Garrett
                    Initiative
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DOJ-Byrne          Center for Collaborative Network Security Development, Ann       $705,000  Dingell, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    Arbor, MI
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DOJ-Byrne          Center Point Re-entry and Community Integration, San             $470,000  Woolsey
                    Rafael, CA
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DOJ-Byrne          Central Piedmont Community College, NC                           $352,500  Myrick, Hayes, Watt, Burr
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Central Wyoming College, Riverton, WY, for equipping a           $235,000  Thomas, Barrasso, Cubin
                    criminal justice training center
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Chapman University Domestic Violence Clinic, Anaheim, CA         $376,000  Sanchez (Loretta)
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DOJ-Byrne          Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, Eagle Butte, SD, for          $183,300  Johnson (Tim)-SD
                    technology upgrades to 9-1-1 system
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South        $446,500  Johnson (Tim)-SD
                    Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and detention
                    equipment and operations
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Chicago Public Schools After School Counts Program for at-       $188,000  Jackson, Jr.
                    risk youth, IL
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DOJ-Byrne          Children's Home Society of South Dakota, Forensic                 $94,000  Herseth Sandlin, Johnson (Tim)-SD, Thune
                    Interviewing Services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Chippewa Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Hill         $446,500  Baucus, Tester
                    County, MT, for upgrades to infrastructure, equipment and
                    rehabilitation of detention center
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Chrysalis Ex-Offender and Homeless Job Training Initiative,      $376,000  Waxman, Berman
                    CA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Cincinnati, OH Police Department                               $2,068,000  Chabot
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DOJ-Byrne          Cincinnati, OH Police Department - Records Management            $225,600  Schmidt, Brown (Sherrod)
                    Project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Citizens for NYC Community Crime Stoppers, NY                    $305,500  Crowley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City and County of San Francisco, CA Forensic Services         $1,551,000  Pelosi
                    Crime Lab
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Albertville, AL                                          $141,000  Aderholt
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DOJ-Byrne          City of Anaheim, CA                                              $352,500  Royce
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DOJ-Byrne          City of Austin, TX                                               $188,000  McCaul
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DOJ-Byrne          City of Bakersfield, CA Police Department                         $70,500  McCarthy (Kevin)
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DOJ-Byrne          City of Baltimore, Baltimore MD, to sustain and                  $446,500  Cardin, Cummings
                    institutionalize the Felony Drug Initiative pilot project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Baltimore, MD Felony Drug Initiative                     $258,500  Cummings, Cardin
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Barre, VT Police Department Drug, Law Enforcement,       $282,000  Welch
                    Education and Treatment Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Baton Rouge/Parish of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, LA,      $133,950  Landrieu, Vitter
                    for a communication technology pilot program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Bessemer, Bessemer, AL, for emergency operations         $141,000  Shelby, Davis (Artur)
                    and communications
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Boston, MA Youth and Gang Strategic Crime                 $94,000  Capuano, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
                    Initiative
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Carrollton, TX                                           $352,500  Marchant
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Dallas, Dallas, TX, for re-entry programs                $470,000  Cornyn, Hutchison, Johnson (Eddie Bernice)
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DOJ-Byrne          City of Denver, Denver, CO, for a gang task force                $267,900  Allard, Salazar (Ken), DeGette
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Detroit, Detroit, MI, for a program for parolees,        $223,250  Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    technical parole violators, and ex-offenders
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Fort Wayne, City of Fort Wayne, IN, for a public         $133,950  Bayh, Souder
                    safety training
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Fort Wayne, IN                                           $282,000  Souder, Lugar, Bayh
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Henderson, NV                                            $432,400  Porter, Reid, Ensign
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Indianapolis, City of Indianapolis, IN, for a male       $223,250  Bayh
                    prisoner reentry program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI, for a training program         $178,600  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Upton
                    for law enforcement personnel
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, for an after-school        $223,250  Boxer
                    program for at-risk youth
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Madison, Madison, AL, to fund a domestic assault         $141,000  Shelby
                    unit to handle domestic violence
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Missoula, Missoula County, MT, for equipment and         $580,450  Baucus, Tester, Rehberg
                    upgrades for Internet Crimes Against Children
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Montgomery, Montgomery, AL, for courthouses and          $470,000  Shelby, Everett
                    detention facility communications
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Nacogdoches, TX Counter Narcotics Project                $352,500  Gohmert
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Newark Police Department, Newark, DE, for drug            $44,650  Biden, Carper
                    prevention units
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Newark, Newark, NJ, for a returning offender             $446,500  Lautenberg, Menendez
                    initiative
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Oakland, CA Radical Roving Recreation Program (RRR)      $235,000  Lee
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA                                $44,180  Miller (Gary)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Rosemead, CA Graffiti Deterrence Technologies             $98,700  Solis
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of San Diego, San Diego, CA, for a gun violence             $223,250  Boxer
                    interdiction initiative
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of St. Paul, St. Paul, MN, to replace the warning           $223,250  Coleman, Klobuchar, McCollum
                    sirens and the associated communications and control
                    system
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Talladega, AL Drug Enforcement Initiative                 $47,000  Rogers (Mike)-AL, Shelby
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          City of Yakima, WA                                               $352,500  Hastings (Doc), Murray
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Claremont Community Center programs for at-risk youth, NH        $211,500  Hodes
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Coalition of Neighborhood Councils, Youth Development            $258,500  Filner
                    Training and Education, San Diego, CA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Community Crime Prevention Initiative in Langley Park, MD        $235,000  Van Hollen
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Community Foundation of Wyandotte County, KS Neighborhood        $329,000  Moore (Dennis), Brownback
                    Safety Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Community Law Enforcement and Recovery (CLEAR)+ Program,         $188,000  Berman, Feinstein
                    Los Angeles, CA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Community Law Enforcement and Recovery Program (CLEAR) for       $470,000  Roybal-Allard
                    Hollenbeck, Los Angeles, CA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Concurrent Technologies Corporation, PA Corrections              $705,000  Murtha
                    Learning Environment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) of Lycoming County,      $103,400  Carney
                    PA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Creighton University, Omaha, NE, for personnel training,         $178,600  Nelson (Ben)
                    equipment, and technological upgrades for the Milton R.
                    Abrahams Legal Clinic
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR, for a law           $679,150  Lincoln, Pryor, Boozman, Snyder
                    enforcement education and training program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Crossroads Safehouse in Fort Collins, CO                          $56,400  Musgrave
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, Crow Creek       $446,500  Johnson (Tim)-SD
                    Sioux Tribe, South Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and
                    detention equipment and operations
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Dallas, TX Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative                          $352,500  Johnson (Eddie Bernice), Cornyn, Hutchison
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Davidson County Mental Health Court, Nashville, TN               $446,500  Cooper, Alexander (Lamar)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Davidson County Mental Health Court, Nashville, TN, to           $188,000  Alexander (Lamar), Cooper
                    provide safe and affordable transitional housing for
                    individuals who suffer from mental illness
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          DeKalb County, IL Drug Court                                     $171,080  Hastert
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Delaware County Community College Institute for Public           $188,000  Sestak
                    Safety and Emergency Preparedness
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Delaware Office of Highway Safety, Dover, DE, to purchase        $223,250  Biden, Carper
                    equipment and implement sobriety check points
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Denver Rescue Mission STAR Program, CO                           $282,000  DeGette, Salazar (Ken)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Denver, CO Police Department Gang Bureau                         $376,000  DeGette, Allard, Salazar (Ken)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Des Moines, IA Area Community College                          $1,753,100  Latham
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Detroit, MI Drug Violence Enforcement                            $376,000  Kilpatrick, Conyers
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Developing Options for Violent Emergencies (DOVE) Program,        $47,000  Ryan (Tim), Brown (Sherrod), Voinovich
                    Akron, OH
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          DIVA, Inc. Domestic Violence Initiative, Columbia, SC            $188,000  Clyburn
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Domestic Violence Clearinghouse and Legal Hotline Community      $141,000  Abercrombie
                    Outreach, Honolulu, HI
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Donnelly College, Kansas City, KS, for inmate education          $235,000  Brownback
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Dooly County Family Resource Center, Vienna, GA                  $141,000  Bishop (Sanford)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Dover, NH Police Department Drug and Gang Safety Initiative      $235,000  Shea-Porter
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Dr. J. Alfred Smith, Sr. Training Academy, Oakland CA            $188,000  Lee
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Duquesne University Cyber-Security program, Pittsburgh, PA       $376,000  Doyle
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Durham, NC Police Department Forensic Unit                       $376,000  Price (David)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          EAC Child Advocacy Center, Central Islip, NY                     $423,000  Israel
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          EAC Offender Treatment Alternatives, Hempstead, NY               $470,000  Ackerman
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          EAC Women's Alternative-to-Incarceration Program,                 $47,000  McCarthy (Carolyn)
                    Hempstead, NY
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          East Carroll Parish, LA Sheriff's Office                          $75,200  Alexander (Rodney)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          East Central University, OK Forensic Justice Center              $352,500  Cole, Inhofe
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          East Palo Alto, CA Violence and Gang Prevention Initiative       $446,500  Eshoo, Boxer
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA, for law       $223,250  Casey, Kanjorski
                    enforcement training in cyber crime technologies and
                    forensics
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Eastern Montgomery County, PA Law Enforcement Training and       $164,500  Schwartz
                    Emergency Preparation Activities
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Eau Claire, WI Child Advocacy Center                             $211,500  Kind
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Eisenhower Foundation Re-Entry Project, Toledo, OH               $564,000  Kaptur
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Essex County Sheriff, MA Heroin and Oxycontin Enforcement        $282,000  Tierney, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
                    Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Essex County, Essex, NJ, for a juvenile re-entry program         $357,200  Lautenberg, Menendez, Sires, Pascrell
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          F.A.I.T.H. Inc., Offenders and Ex-Offenders Re-Entry             $305,500  Davis (Danny)
                    Program, Chicago, IL
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Fairfield, CA Gang Suppression Project                            $47,000  Tauscher
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Farleigh Dickinson University Cybercrime Computer Forensic       $705,000  Frelinghuysen, Rothman, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    Security, Teaneck, NJ
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Father's Day Rally Committee, Inc., Men United Program,          $846,000  Fattah
                    Philadelphia, PA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          First Step SAFE Program for Wayne County, MI                      $94,000  Dingell, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Florida Gulf Coast University                                    $352,500  Mack
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Ford County Sheriff's Office, Ford County, KS, for               $282,000  Roberts, Brownback
                    addressing and preventing terror risks in rural areas
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Fort Bend County, TX Court Team for Maltreated Infants and       $305,500  Lampson
                    Toddlers
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Gallatin County Sheriff's Office, Gallatin County, MT, to        $277,300  Baucus, Tester
                    purchase of a mobile communication equipment, and upgrade
                    command vehicle
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Gang and Violent Crime Intervention Project, Madison, WI          $94,000  Baldwin
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Gardena, CA Police Department Security Enhancements               $47,000  Waters
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Generations, Inc., Camden, NJ, for a domestic violence           $133,950  Lautenberg, Menendez
                    program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Georgia State University HIV/Prisoner Reentry Program,            $94,000  Lewis (John), Chambliss, Isakson
                    Atlanta, GA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Glenville State College, WV Anti-recidivism prisoner             $188,000  Mollohan
                    education program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Glenville State College, WV Criminal Justice Program             $705,000  Mollohan
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Baltimore, MD, to         $223,250  Mikulski
                    provide ex-offenders with services, including drug
                    treatment, housing, and job placement
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Grace College                                                  $1,128,000  Souder, Lugar, Bayh
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Grambling State University, Grambling, LA, for forensics          $89,300  Landrieu
                    lab equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Grands As Parents, Very Important People (VIP) Program,           $47,000  Fattah
                    Philadelphia, PA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Grant Sawyer Center Justice Education Program, Reno, NV,         $178,600  Reid
                    for operating support and scholarships for judges in the
                    Judicial Studies degree program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Greater Philadelphia Boyz to Men Fatherhood Initiative, PA       $446,500  Brady (Robert)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Greenburgh, NY Drug Court Program                                 $47,000  Lowey, Schumer
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          H.O.P.E. Center of Shade Tree Domestic Abuse Center, Las         $357,200  Reid
                    Vegas, NV, for services including life skills training for
                    victims of domestic abuse
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Hamburg, PA Area School District, Safety and Security             $23,500  Holden
                    project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Hamilton County, OH Reentry Project                               $94,000  Schmidt
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Hamilton County, TN Drug Court                                   $150,400  Wamp
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Harris County, TX Sheriff's Office                             $2,232,500  Culberson, Lampson, Green (Gene), McCaul, Green (Al),
                                                                                               Jackson Lee
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Hawaii Innocence Project                                         $305,500  Abercrombie
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Haymarket Center Furlough Program for Women, Chicago, IL         $305,500  Schakowsky, LaHood
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Hennepin County, Minneapolis, to create an electronic            $178,600  Coleman, Klobuchar
                    charging process to allow for electronic signature of
                    court charging documents
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science Cold Case             $470,000  DeLauro, Lieberman
                    Center, University of New Haven, CT
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Henry Lee Institute for Forensic Science, West Haven, CT,        $223,250  Lieberman, DeLauro
                    for equipment and other costs for the National Forensic
                    Crisis Management and Investigation Center
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Homestead Borough Police Department Crime Prevention and          $47,000  Doyle
                    Assistance, PA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Honolulu, HI Police Department Forensic Laboratory               $446,500  Abercrombie, Inouye
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Hope House Children Services Program, Independence, MO            $70,500  Cleaver
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Houston, TX Domestic Violence Enforcement Initiative             $893,000  Jackson Lee, Green (Al)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Houston, TX Police Department                                    $352,500  Poe
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Idaho Department of Corrections                                $1,222,000  Simpson (Mike), Craig
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Idaho State Police                                             $1,128,000  Simpson (Mike), Craig
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Elder           $188,000  Jackson Jr.
                    Abuse Prevention Pilot Program, Chicago, IL
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Indian River Community College, FL Public Safety                 $141,000  Mahoney
                    Communications/IT Project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Iowa Central Community College                                   $423,000  Latham
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Iowa Department of Public Health, Polk County, IA, for an        $582,000  Harkin, Boswell
                    in-jail treatment program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Iowa Drug Endangered Children Response Teams                     $141,000  Boswell, Harkin
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Iowa Legal Aid, Des Moines, IA, to provide legal assistance      $145,500  Harkin
                    at community health centers
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Iowa State University Cyber project                              $611,000  Latham, Grassley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Iowa State University Forensic Science                         $2,820,000  Latham, Harkin, Grassley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          John Jay College Criminal Justice Center, NY                     $305,500  Kennedy (Patrick), Nadler, Schumer, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          John Jay College, New York, NY, for the Regenhard Center         $178,600  Schumer, Clinton, Kennedy (Patrick), Nadler
                    for Emergency Response Studies
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, for the Johns           $178,600  Mikulski
                    Hopkins Prisoner Career Re-Entry Program to provide job
                    training and placement
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Johnson County, KS Safety for Behavioral Healthcare Workers       $94,000  Moore (Dennis)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Johnson County, NC Schools Critical Infrastructure               $164,500  Etheridge
                    Protection System
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Johnson County, TX Stop the Offender Program                     $188,000  Edwards
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Joseph J. Peterman Institute, Philadelphia, PA Latino Child      $164,500  Brady (Robert)
                    Abuse Prevention Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Kane County, IL Mental Health Court                              $235,000  Hastert
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Kane County, IL Sheriff's Office                                 $705,000  Hastert
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Kansas Bureau of Investigation                                    $70,500  Moran (Jerry)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Kansas City, MO Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual       $47,000  Cleaver, Bond
                    Assault
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute                     $564,000  Tiahrt, Brownback
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          KidsPeace Arizona Foster Care & Family Services Program          $141,000  Grijalva
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          KidsPeace in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, CA           $188,000  Lewis (Jerry), Baca, Calvert
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          King County, WA Sheriff's Office for school resource             $329,000  Reichert, Cantwell
                    officers
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          King County, WA Sheriff's Office Gang Intervention               $352,500  McDermott, Cantwell
                    Initiative
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Lafayette County, AR Sheriff's Office                             $47,000  Ross
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Lafayette Parish Bar Foundation, Lafayette Parish, LA, to         $89,300  Landrieu, Boustany
                    increase the level of services through the Lafayette
                    Parish Bar Foundation
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Laguna Pueblo Integrated Justice Center, Mescalero, NM, for      $267,900  Bingaman
                    law enforcement, courts, detention equipment and
                    operations
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Lancaster County, SC Sheriff's Office Firing Range                $94,000  Spratt
                    Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Lane County, OR Adult Corrections Mental Health Recidivism        $94,000  DeFazio, Smith (Gordon)
                    Project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Larimer County, CO Sheriff's Department, Specialized             $258,500  Musgrave
                    Prosecution Unit
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Las Vegas, NV, to upgrade         $446,500  Reid
                    command vehicle to coordinate law enforcement activities
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Latin American Youth Center, Langley Park, MD, for juvenile      $669,750  Mikulski
                    delinquency prevention programs through intervention,
                    prevention and prosecution
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Liberty Hall II Offender Re-Entry Program, Indianapolis, IN      $446,500  Carson, Lugar, Bayh
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Living Classrooms, Baltimore, MD, for a prisoner re-entry        $200,925  Mikulski
                    program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Livingstone College, NC Criminal Justice Program                 $329,000  Watt, Dole
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Local Initiative Support Corporation, Jackson, MS, to            $705,000  Cochran
                    provide community law enforcement training
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Local Initiatives Support Corporation Community Safety           $329,000  Moore (Gwen), Kennedy (Patrick)
                    Initiative, NY
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Long County, GA Sheriff's Office                                 $347,800  Kingston
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Los Angeles County CDC Comprehensive Crime Prevention            $423,000  Harman
                    Program, Monterey Park, CA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Los Angeles, CA Gang Reduction Program                           $940,000  Schiff
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Louisiana District Attorneys Association                         $352,500  Jindal
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Lower Makefield, PA Police Department, Bucks County              $352,500  Murphy (Patrick)
                    Security Threat Group
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Luna County Sheriff's Department, Deming, NM, to purchase        $223,250  Bingaman
                    equipment and to train law enforcement agencies along the
                    New Mexico-Mexico border
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Lutheran Settlement House, Philadelphia, PA Bilingual             $70,500  Brady (Robert)
                    Domestic Violence Project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Luzerne County Community College, Nanticoke, PA, for             $329,000  Specter, Casey
                    training and equipment acquisition
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Luzerne County, PA Drug Court Program                            $940,000  Kanjorski
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Macon County, Macon County, IL, for gun violence prevention      $150,000  Durbin
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Mahoning County, OH Substance Abuse Interventions and             $94,000  Ryan (Tim)
                    Treatment Programs
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Mahoning Valley, OH Law Enforcement Task Force                   $376,000  Ryan (Tim)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, Gang Elimination    $2,820,000  Ruppersberger
                    Task Force, Baltimore, MD
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Maryland Regional Gang Initiative, Montgomery and Prince         $446,500  Van Hollen, Cardin, Mikulski
                    George's Counties, MD
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office, Baltimore, MD, for a          $2,679,000  Mikulski
                    program to stop gang violence
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          McLean County, McLean County, IL, for a drug court               $350,000  Durbin, Obama, Weller
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Megan Nicole Kanka Foundation - Check 'em Out Program            $470,000  Smith (Christopher)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Mentoring Incarcerated Parents (MIP), Philadelphia, PA           $329,000  Fattah, Brady (Robert)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Metropolitan Crime Commission, New Orleans, LA, to               $329,000  Vitter
                    eliminate public corruption and to reduce white-collar
                    crime
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Metropolitan Family Services Domestic Violence Services,         $235,000  Jackson Jr.
                    Chicago, IL
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault,             $329,000  Bond, Cleaver
                    Jackson County, MO, for intervention and advocacy services
                    for victims of sexual violence
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Regional           $94,000  Moran (James)
                    Pawn Database Sharing System
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Midland County, MI Courts                                        $314,900  Camp, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, Milwaukee, WI,      $401,850  Kohl, Moore (Gwen)
                    to maintain staff and services in domestic violence unit
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Milwaukee County, WI Benedict Center Women's Harm Reduction       $94,000  Moore (Gwen), Kohl
                    Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee, MN, to continue safe        $223,250  Kohl
                    summer sites
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Minneapolis, MN Gunfire Detection System                         $564,000  Ellison, Coleman, Klobuchar
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Minnesota State Patrol, Drug Sniffing K-9's for                   $32,900  Oberstar
                    Northeastern MN Patrol Districts
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          MISSING Internet Safety Program in Anderson, IN                  $352,500  Pence
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, for knowledge      $940,000  Cochran
                    based data integration and intelligence
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, provide          $1,598,000  Cochran
                    technical assistance to law enforcement regarding
                    electronic and computer crime
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Missoula, MT Police Department                                    $75,200  Rehberg, Baucus, Tester
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DOJ-Byrne          Mobile County Commission, Mobile, AL, for interoperable          $470,000  Shelby, Bonner
                    communications systems
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DOJ-Byrne          Monroe County Department of Public Safety, Monroe County,        $446,500  Schumer, Clinton, Slaughter
                    NY, for the Fingerprint and Trace module
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DOJ-Byrne          Monroe County, NY Crime Lab Computer and Document Forensic       $625,100  Slaughter, Schumer, Clinton
                    and Digital Evidence Module
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DOJ-Byrne          Monroe County, NY Drug Analysis Module                         $1,598,000  Walsh
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DOJ-Byrne          Monroe County, NY Firearms Analysis Crime Lab                  $1,673,200  Reynolds
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DOJ-Byrne          Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association                  $203,980  Rehberg, Baucus
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DOJ-Byrne          Montana State University                                         $188,000  Rehberg
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DOJ-Byrne          Montana State University at Billings, Yellowstone County,        $267,900  Tester, Rehberg
                    MT, for an academic development program targeted at
                    inmates at the Montana Women's Prison in Billings
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DOJ-Byrne          Montana Supreme Court, Lewis and Clark County, MT, to            $312,550  Baucus, Tester
                    enhance and sustain Montana's adult, family and juvenile
                    drug courts
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DOJ-Byrne          Monterey County, CA Street Violence and Anti-Gang Project      $1,269,000  Farr, Boxer
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DOJ-Byrne          Morgan County, AL Child Advocacy Center                           $78,020  Aderholt
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DOJ-Byrne          Morgan County, CO                                                $188,000  Musgrave
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DOJ-Byrne          Mujeres Latinas en Accion, Parent Support Program, Chicago,      $188,000  Gutierrez
                    IL
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DOJ-Byrne          Multnomah County, OR Elder Abuse Prosecution Project              $47,000  Blumenauer, Wu, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-Byrne          Muskegon County, MI Alternatives to Incarceration Program        $352,500  Hoekstra, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-Byrne          Nassau County, NY District Attorney's Office, Get REAL Anti-     $188,000  Israel, Clinton, Schumer
                    Gang Initiative
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          National Association of Court Management                         $188,000  Gingrey
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DOJ-Byrne          National Center for Missing and Exploited Children,               $89,300  Landrieu
                    Alexandria, VA, to provide equipment and training to
                    reunite displaced children and adults
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC,            $470,000  Shelby, Coble
                    National hotline that provides information and services to
                    crime victims
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          National Children's Advocacy Center, Huntsville, AL,             $423,000  Cramer
                    Support Services for Child Abuse Victims in North Alabama
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          National Crime Victims Law Institute                           $4,465,000  Mikulski, Cardin, Kyl
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DOJ-Byrne          National Forensic Science Training Center, FL                  $2,030,400  Young (C.W.)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          National Institute of Corrections, Washington, DC, for a          $89,300  Reid
                    study to assess the need for a Nevada Indian tribal
                    detention facility.
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DOJ-Byrne          National Institute on State Policy on Trafficking of Women       $648,600  Pastor, Honda, DeLauro, Payne, Woolsey
                    and Girls, Washington, DC
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          National Judicial College, Reno, NV, to provide training to      $893,000  Reid, Ensign
                    judges
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Nation's Missing Children Organization and National Center        $94,000  Enzi
                    for Missing Adults, Wyoming, for technology to locate
                    missing persons
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          New Directions for Youth program, Van Nuys, CA                   $141,000  Sherman
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DOJ-Byrne          New Hope Academy Drug Treatment to Low-Income Families,          $211,500  Carney
                    Rehrersburg, PA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, to develop       $267,900  Lautenberg, Menendez, Pascrell
                    grip recognition on guns
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts, Santa Fe,        $267,900  Domenici, Bingaman
                    NM, to continue drug court programs
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          North Brooklyn Development Corporation, Brooklyn, NY at-          $94,000  Velazquez
                    risk youth programs
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation State Crime         $282,000  Price (David), Dole
                    Lab DNA Enhancement
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          North Metro Task Force, Adams County and City/County of          $587,500  Perlmutter, Salazar (Ken)
                    Broomfield, CO Police Departments
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Northampton County, PA Child Advocacy Center                     $235,000  Dent
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DOJ-Byrne          Northeast Regional Forensic Institute, Albany, NY                $540,500  McNulty
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Northern Kentucky University Research Foundation, Highland       $329,000  McConnell
                    Heights, KY, for increasing the security of the Internet
                    and electronic systems
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force                     $2,350,000  Wolf, Davis (Tom), Warner, Webb
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Northwest Missouri NITRO Task Force                              $352,500  Graves
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Northwest Regional Gang Task Force, VA                           $564,000  Wolf
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          NY State Sheriffs Association                                    $352,500  McHugh, Hinchey
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Oak Ridge, TN Police Department                                $1,034,000  Wamp, Alexander (Lamar)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Oakland Center for Public Safety at Merritt College, CA           $94,000  Lee
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Office of the District Attorney, 3rd Judicial District,          $133,950  Bingaman
                    Rural Domestic Violence I Initiative, Las Cruces, NM, for
                    outreach to rural, underserved areas
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Office of the Tulare County, CA, District Attorney               $352,500  Nunes
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Oglala Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South Dakota,        $893,000  Johnson (Tim)-SD, Thune, Herseth Sandlin
                    for law enforcement, court, and detention equipment and
                    operations
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety, Community        $564,000  Herseth Sandlin, Johnson (Tim)-SD, Thune
                    Policing, Pine Ridge, SD
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DOJ-Byrne          On-Site Academy's Law Enforcement Counseling Program,            $470,000  Olver
                    Gardner, MA
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DOJ-Byrne          Operation Our Town, Altoona, PA                                  $235,000  Shuster
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Operation UNITE, KY                                            $3,572,000  Rogers (Hal), Chandler
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Pace University Women's Justice Center, White Plains, NY          $47,000  Lowey, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Painesville, OH Police Department                                 $70,500  LaTourette
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Parents for Megan's Law, Stony Brook, NY, for the National       $334,875  Schumer, Clinton, Bishop, McCarthy
                    Megan's Law Helpline, Crime Victims Center, Advocacy, &
                    Counseling program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Dauphin        $312,550  Casey
                    County, PA, for a training, education, and prevention
                    institute on domestic violence and homicide prevention
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Phoenix House Families Facing Addiction Program, NY, NY           $47,000  Lowey
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Phoenix House in Dublin, NH                                      $352,500  Hodes
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Phoenix House, Capital Region of New York                        $601,600  Gillibrand, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Pinellas County, FL Forensic Lab                                 $695,600  Young (C.W.)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Pitt County, NC Gang Prevention program                           $47,000  Butterfield
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Polytechnic University, NY Large Scale Network Forensics         $376,000  Towns, Schumer, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Portage County, OH Adult Probation Department, Community         $188,000  Ryan (Tim)
                    Integration and Socialization Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Prince George's County, MD State's Attorney Office,               $42,300  Hoyer
                    Bilingual Victims Advocate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Public Safety Officer Training Center, Casper, WY                $470,000  Cubin
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DOJ-Byrne          Red Bay, AL Police Department                                     $18,800  Aderholt
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Regional Counterdrug Training Academy, Meridian, MS              $291,400  Pickering
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Regional Fingerprint ID project, San Bernardino and            $1,880,000  Lewis (Jerry), Calvert, Feinstein
                    Riverside Counties, CA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Rhode Island Family Court Mental Health Services,                $223,250  Reed, Whitehouse
                    Providence, RI, to provide rapid psychological evaluations
                    and treatment recommendations to youth and the courts
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy                            $188,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Ridley Park, PA Police Community Educational Programs             $79,900  Sestak
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DOJ-Byrne          Riverside County, CA Sheriff's Department                        $352,500  Issa
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Riverside County, CA Sheriff's Department Endangered           $1,094,160  Calvert
                    Children Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Riverside County, CA Web Wise Kids program                       $235,000  Lewis (Jerry)
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DOJ-Byrne          Roca Inc, Alternatives to Youth Violence, Boston, MA             $305,500  Capuano
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Rose Brooks Center Project SAFE program, Kansas City, MO         $376,000  Cleaver
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DOJ-Byrne          Rose Hill, KS Police Department                                  $235,000  Tiahrt
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Rosebud Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South Dakota,       $446,500  Johnson (Tim)-SD, Thune
                    for law enforcement, court, and detention equipment and
                    operations
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Rural Criminal Justice Center at Central Wyoming College         $470,000  Cubin, Barrasso
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Rural Justice Institute at Alfred University                     $752,000  Kuhl, Schumer, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Safe and Sound, Milwaukee, WI, to provide continued              $535,800  Kohl
                    operational support
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DOJ-Byrne          Safer Foundation, Transitional Program for Ex-Offenders,         $470,000  Jackson Jr.
                    Chicago, IL
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA Violence              $70,500  Brady (Robert), Gerlach, Casey
                    Prevention and Response Training
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Sam Houston State University Regional Crime Lab                  $352,500  Brady (Kevin), Hutchison, Cornyn
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          San Francisco, CA Community Justice Center                     $1,034,000  Pelosi
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          San Francisco, CA Ex-Offender Reentry Services                 $1,504,000  Pelosi
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department                      $282,000  McCarthy (Kevin)
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DOJ-Byrne          Sankofa Safe Child Initiative, Chicago, IL                        $47,000  Davis (Danny)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Santa Ana, CA Police Department, Missing Program/Internet         $94,000  Sanchez (Loretta)
                    Safety for Kids
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          School Resource Officers for South Gate, CA                      $376,000  Sanchez (Linda)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          School Safety Project in Derby, KS                               $235,000  Tiahrt
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DOJ-Byrne          School Safety Project in Newton, KS                              $235,000  Tiahrt
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          School Security Program in Tulsa, OK                             $352,500  Sullivan, Inhofe
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DOJ-Byrne          Sea Research Foundation After School Program for at-risk         $282,000  DeLauro, Courtney, Dodd, Lieberman
                    youth, Mystic, CT
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Second Chance Prisoner Re-entry Project, San Diego, CA           $681,500  Filner
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DOJ-Byrne          Sedgwick County, KS District Attorney's Office                   $470,000  Tiahrt, Brownback
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Sedgwick County, KS Sheriff's Office                             $423,000  Tiahrt
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Sex Offender Alert and Child Sexual Abuse Prevention             $258,500  Bishop (Tim), McCarthy (Carolyn), Schumer, Clinton
                    Education Programs, Stony Brook, NY
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Shelby County, KY Drug/Alcohol Advisory Council                   $75,200  Lewis (Ron)
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DOJ-Byrne          Sheriff's Association of New Jersey, State-wide                   $78,960  Frelinghuysen, Rothman
                    Accreditation Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal, Shreveport, LA, for a       $89,300  Landrieu, Alexander (Rodney), McCrery
                    crime prevention initiative
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DOJ-Byrne          Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles, CA, To provide           $1,598,000  Shelby
                    sensitivity training to law enforcement when investigating
                    hate crimes and civil rights abuses
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Department of Justice, correctional       $94,000  Herseth Sandlin
                    rehabilitation strategies, Agency Village, SD
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Solano County, CA Probation Enhanced Supervision of High          $47,000  Tauscher
                    Risk Domestic Violence Offenders
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          South Dakota Children's Home Society, Sioux Falls, South         $361,900  Johnson (Tim)-SD, Herseth Sandlin
                    Dakota, for family support services, forensic interviewing
                    centers, and emergency shelter operations
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DOJ-Byrne          South Florida Anti-Gang Task Force, Broward County, FL, to       $357,200  Nelson (Bill)
                    fight gang violence
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Center for Rural       $94,000  Costello
                    Violence and Prevention
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Southern Virginia Child Advocacy Center                           $28,200  Goode
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Spokane County, WA Sheriff's Office                              $352,500  McMorris Rodgers, Murray
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DOJ-Byrne          St. Louis County, MO Police Crime Laboratory                     $141,000  Carnahan
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Criminal Justice System, South         $446,500  Johnson (Tim)-SD
                    Dakota, for law enforcement, court, and detention
                    equipment and operations
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DOJ-Byrne          State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, for rural law enforcement           $940,000  Stevens
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DOJ-Byrne          State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, to continue alcohol                 $752,000  Stevens
                    interdiction, investigation and prosecution of bootlegging
                    crimes
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          State of New Mexico First Judicial District Court Mental         $188,000  Domenici
                    Health Court Program, Santa Fe, NM, to expand services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Stepping Stones Child Advocacy, La Crosse, WI                    $211,500  Kind
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DOJ-Byrne          Stop It Now, Northampton, MA                                      $94,000  Neal
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DOJ-Byrne          Stop Violence in Ross County, OH                                 $305,500  Space
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DOJ-Byrne          Suffolk County, NY District Attorney's Office, Senior Abuse      $282,000  Israel
                    Unit
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Suffolk County, NY Internet Crimes Against Children              $399,500  Bishop (Tim)
                    Prevention Program
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DOJ-Byrne          Summa Health Systems, Akron, OH, for care to domestic            $401,850  Brown (Sherrod), Voinovich, Ryan (Tim)
                    violence victims and assistance to law enforcement
                    personnel
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Tahirih Justice Center, VA legal and social services           $1,175,000  Moran (James)
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DOJ-Byrne          Tallahassee Community College, FL Pat Thomas Law                 $188,000  Boyd
                    Enforcement Academy
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Tallapoosa County, AL Sheriff's Office                            $94,000  Rogers (Mike)-AL
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DOJ-Byrne          Tarleton State University Rural Law Enforcement Project          $705,000  Carter
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          TASC Center for Health and Justice, Chicago, IL                   $47,000  Davis (Danny)
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DOJ-Byrne          Texas Border Sheriffs' Coalition                               $4,982,000  Culberson
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Texas State University Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid            $927,780  Granger, Doggett, Edwards, Cornyn
                    Response Training
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Texas State University and Texas Engineering Extension           $470,000  Edwards, Doggett
                    Service, Project Protect, San Marcos, TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          The Doe Fund, Inc., Ready, Willing, and Able, NY                 $564,000  Towns, Maloney, Nadler, Weiner, Schumer, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          The Doe Fund, Ready, Willing & Able, Jersey City, NJ             $141,000  Rothman, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-Byrne          Thiel College, PA Community Partnership Security Center          $423,000  English
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Tifton, GA Police Department, Neighborhood Watch Programs         $61,100  Marshall
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DOJ-Byrne          Town of Eureka, Lincoln County, MT, for upgrades law             $223,250  Baucus, Tester
                    enforcement training facility
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Towson University, MD Forensic Chemistry Institute               $141,000  Sarbanes, Cardin
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Troy University, Troy, AL, for cyber crime prevention and        $493,500  Shelby
                    training
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DOJ-Byrne          Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, OK, for public schools campus        $47,000  Inhofe, Sullivan
                    police force
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Turtle Mountain Community College, Belcourt, ND, for the         $223,250  Dorgan, Conrad, Pomeroy
                    continued development of an innovative tribal justice
                    program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          UAB, Birmingham, AL, for an anti-cyber-crime computational       $470,000  Shelby
                    operation
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DOJ-Byrne          Unified Government of Kansas City, KS Victims of Crime           $376,000  Moore (Dennis)
                    Services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Unified Government of Wyandotte County, Kansas City, KS,         $282,000  Brownback, Moore (Dennis)
                    for crime victim services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          UNITE law enforcement pilot project, Beverly Hills, CA           $893,000  Waxman
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DOJ-Byrne          United Keetowah Band of Cherokee Indians, OK Domestic            $188,000  Boren
                    Violence and Victims Assistance programs
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          United Way of Southeastern Michigan Ex-Offender Reentry          $634,500  Rogers (Mike)-MI, Conyers, Kilpatrick, Levin (Carl),
                    Program                                                                    Stabenow
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Alabama School of Law, Family Law Clinic           $141,000  Davis (Artur), Shelby
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, for mediation and         $282,000  Shelby, Davis (Artur)
                    dispute resolution services in family courts
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Arkansas Criminal Justice Institute School         $305,500  Boozman, Snyder, Lincoln, Pryor
                    Resource Officer Training
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Arkansas Methamphetamine Education and             $352,500  Berry, Snyder, Boozman
                    Training Project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Colorado at Denver - Audio and Video               $352,500  Tancredo, Allard, Salazar (Ken)
                    Forensics project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Connecticut Health Center, Breaking the Cycle      $470,000  DeLauro
                    of Behavioral Health Problems and Crime
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, for              $380,000  Durbin, Davis (Danny)
                    community-based gun violence prevention and intervention
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Illinois at Chicago, Project on Violence            $47,000  Davis (Danny), Durbin
                    Prevention CeaseFire
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DOJ-Byrne          University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, KY,       $376,000  McConnell
                    to encourage and prepare students from economically-
                    disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue careers in law
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Louisville Research Foundation, Louisville,        $376,000  McConnell
                    KY, to develop methods for detecting child abuse
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, for combined law           $1,880,000  Alexander (Lamar), Corker, Cohen
                    enforcement efforts
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Memphis, TN Integrated Gang and Violent Crime      $564,000  Cohen, Alexander (Lamar), Corker
                    Reduction Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, provide legal           $2,538,000  Cochran
                    analysis and training to judges and prosecutors regarding
                    electronic and computer crime
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Missouri - St. Louis, Family Intervention          $249,100  Carnahan
                    Program for Parents Who have Abused Drugs
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Immigrant Resource        $267,900  Reid
                    Project, Las Vegas, NV, for a legal education program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), Las Vegas, NV, for       $580,450  Reid, Porter
                    the ITFFRO Center
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of North Dakota, School of Law, Grand Forks, ND,      $178,600  Dorgan, Conrad, Pomeroy
                    for the recruitment and retention of American Indian law
                    students
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, SC,        $188,000  Graham
                    law clinic support
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of South Carolina, Gangnet                            $282,000  Clyburn
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DOJ-Byrne          University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation Center        $446,500  Wamp, Duncan
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          University of Toledo Program to Increase Effective Services      $423,000  Kaptur, Voinovich
                    for Child Victims of Commercial Exploitation
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Upper Darby, PA Center for Family Safety                         $352,500  Sestak
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Utah Sheriffs' Association Jail Inspection Systems, St.           $94,000  Matheson
                    George, UT
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Utah Valley State College Forensic program                       $352,500  Cannon, Bennett, Hatch
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Ute Mountain Ute Indian Reservation Native American Law          $493,500  Salazar (John), Salazar (Ken)
                    Enforcement, Court System, Detention Improvement Program,
                    CO
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Utica College, NY Sex Offender Authentication Research           $705,000  Arcuri, Clinton
                    Project
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Venango, PA Internet Safety Project                              $188,000  Peterson (John)
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DOJ-Byrne          Ventura County, CA District Attorney's Office                    $164,500  Gallegly
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DOJ-Byrne          Ventura County, CA Sheriff's Department                          $188,000  Gallegly
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, to         $1,000,000  Leahy
                    combat increased heroin, methamphetamine and other drug
                    activity
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Vermont Judiciary, Court Administrator's Office,                 $223,250  Sanders
                    Montpelier, VT, to provide victims of domestic violence
                    with access to the courts
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Vermont Law School, South Royalton, VT, to allow the Legal       $250,000  Leahy
                    Clinic Services Expansion program at the Vermont Law
                    School to expand its work on immigration matters and
                    increase services available to Vermonters in western part
                    of the state
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Vermont Police Academy, Pittsford, VT, to train new              $188,000  Sanders
                    recruits to deal with violent and drug related crimes
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Vermont Protection and Advocacy, Montpelier, VT, for              $89,300  Sanders
                    communication support for the disabled in court
                    proceedings
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Villa Julie College, MD Forensic Studies and Training            $423,000  Sarbanes, Cardin
                    Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA, for Virginia Tech       $53,580  Warner, Webb
                    expenses related to shooting on campus
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          VIVA: Adult Volunteer Hispanic Outreach Program in FL and        $705,000  Wasserman Schultz, Domenici
                    NM
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Collingswood, NJ,         $446,500  Lautenberg, Menendez
                    for a re-entry program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Voorhees College, SC Dating Violence and Sexual Assault          $470,000  Clyburn
                    Prevention and Services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs DNA         $470,000  Reichert, Dicks, Murray, Cantwell
                    Initiative
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Washington County, NC Courthouse Security                         $47,000  Butterfield
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Washington County, OR Drug Court                                 $446,500  Wu, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Washington County, OR Recovery Mentors                           $211,500  Wu, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Reno, NV, for a pilot             $89,300  Reid
                    program to house mentally ill offenders
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Reno, NV, to secure              $893,000  Reid
                    improvements at the justice center
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Waukegan, IL Police Department - North Suburban Gang Task        $846,000  Kirk
                    Force
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Waynesburg College, PA Electronic Crime Prevention and           $470,000  Murtha
                    Investigation
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Weld County, CO Gang Task Force                                  $235,000  Musgrave
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Westfield State College, MA Law Enforcement Training             $305,500  Neal
                    Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Westminster, CA Police Department                                $352,500  Rohrabacher, Royce
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Westside Health Authority Neighborhood Re-Entry Center           $164,500  Davis (Danny)
                    (NRC), Chicago, IL
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Whatcom County Executive's Office, Bellingham, WA, for           $679,150  Murray
                    northern border-related prosecution
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Will County, IL Sheriff's Office                                 $202,100  Biggert
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Willmar, MN Gang Enforcement Team                                $141,000  Peterson (Collin), Coleman, Klobuchar
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Winona State University, MN National Child Protection            $775,500  Walz, Oberstar, Coleman, Klobuchar
                    Training Center
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Women's Center of Tarrant County, TX                             $235,000  Granger
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-Byrne          Women's Council on African American Affairs, Little Rock,         $89,300  Lincoln, Pryor
                    AR, for support for the Center for Healing Hearts and
                    Spirits Prevention of Black on Black Crime Initiative
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DOJ-Byrne          YMCA of Greater New York                                          $47,000  Maloney, Schumer
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DOJ-Byrne          Yonkers, NY Outstanding Warrants Program                          $94,000  Lowey, Clinton
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DOJ-Byrne          Zero to Three Court Teams for Maltreated Infants and             $408,900  Hirono, Abercrombie
                    Toddlers, Honolulu, HI
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DOJ-Byrne          Zero to Three Court Teams Project, New Haven, CT                 $329,000  DeLauro
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      22nd Judicial District, Montezuma County, CO, for anti-meth      $133,950  Salazar (Ken)
                    operations
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Alamosa Police Department, Alamosa, CO, for anti-meth             $22,325  Salazar (Ken)
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Arkansas State Police, Little Rock, AR, to investigate,          $535,800  Lincoln, Pryor, Boozman, Snyder
                    seize, dismantle and direct the clean-up of meth labs
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Asheville, NC Police Department Methamphetamine Enforcement       $94,000  Shuler
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Atascosa and Wilson County, TX Sheriff's' and Constable's        $141,000  Cuellar
                    Departments Methamphetamine Law Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Bibb County, AL Sheriff's Department                             $235,000  Bachus
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Boone, Kenton, Campbell Counties, KY, Boone County, for          $470,000  Bunning, Davis (Geoff)
                    logistical support for the task force
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Broomfield Police Department, Broomfield, CO, for anti-meth      $357,200  Salazar (Ken)
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      California Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotics            $258,500  Feinstein, Cardoza, Lundgren
                    Enforcement, Sacramento, CA, for the California
                    Methamphetamine Strategy (CALMS)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      California Department of Justice, California                     $235,000  Cardoza, Lungren, Feinstein
                    Methamphetamine Strategy (CALMS)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department, Cape Girardeau,    $1,175,000  Bond
                    MO, for combating methamphetamine
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force Methamphetamine         $284,820  Space
                    Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      City of Andalusia, Andalusia, AL, for anti-methamphetamine       $235,000  Shelby
                    programs
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      City of Baker, Baker, OR, for drug detection canines              $44,650  Wyden
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      City of Carson City, Carson City, NV, for combating meth in      $312,550  Ensign, Reid
                    Nevada
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      City of Greenville, MS                                           $658,000  Wicker
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      City of Montrose, Montrose County, CO, for anti-meth              $89,300  Salazar (Ken)
                    equipment and operations
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      City of Talladega, Talladega, AL, for anti-methamphetamine        $94,000  Shelby, Rogers (Mike)-AL
                    programs
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Clackamas County, OR Methamphetamine Initiative: Juvenile        $211,500  Blumenauer, Hooley, Smith (Gordon), Wyden
                    Outreach and Community Prosecution
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Clackamas County, OR, Clackamas County, OR, to implement a       $235,000  Smith (Gordon), Wyden, Blumenauer, Hooley
                    strategy for fighting meth problem
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Cleburne County, AR Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine         $188,000  Berry
                    Law Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Coconino County, AZ, Meth Initiative                              $94,000  Renzi
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      County of Hawaii, County of Hawaii, HI, for the                  $357,200  Inouye
                    Comprehensive Meth Response program
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      County of Solano, Solano County, CA, for enforcement teams       $178,600  Boxer, Tauscher
                    addressing meth and gangs
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR, for meth-           $267,900  Lincoln, Pryor, Berry, Boozman, Snyder
                    focused training courses
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Crittenden County, AR Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine       $188,000  Berry
                    Law Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Daviess County, KY Sheriff's Department                          $188,000  Lewis (Ron)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Department of Public Safety, Polk County, IA, to intercept       $291,000  Harkin
                    imported meth
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Eagle County Sheriff's Office, Eagle County, CO, for anti-        $89,300  Salazar (Ken)
                    meth operations
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Eastern Colorado Plains Drug Task Force                          $329,000  Musgrave
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Etowah County, AL                                                $282,000  Aderholt
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Franklin County, IL Sheriff's Department                         $258,500  Costello
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Franklin County, MO Sheriff's Office                             $141,000  Hulshof
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Frio and McMullen County, TX Sheriff's and Constable's           $235,000  Cuellar
                    Departments Methamphetamine Law Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Gay Men's Health Crisis Center, New York, NY, for an anti-       $303,150  Schumer, Clinton
                    meth program for substance abuse reduction and counseling
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Grant Parish, LA Sheriff's Department Meth Task Force            $658,000  McCrery, Alexander (Rodney), Landrieu
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Greater Routt and Moffat Narcotics Enforcement Team               $89,300  Salazar (Ken)
                    (GRAMNET), Routt County, for anti-meth operations
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Greeley Police Department, Weld County, CO, for anti-meth        $133,950  Salazar (Ken)
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Heartland Family Service, Omaha, NE, to provide services to      $178,600  Nelson (Ben)
                    women and children in methamphetamine abuse cases
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Heartland Family Services, Council Bluffs, IA, to provide        $145,500  Harkin, King (Steve)
                    family-based residential meth treatment in western Iowa
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Heartland Family Services, Papillion, NE, for a                   $94,000  Hagel
                    collaborative, clinically managed treatment service for
                    substance abuse patients
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Illinois Sheriffs Association, Springfield, IL, for law          $200,000  Durbin
                    enforcement and clean-up of meth production and abuse
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Iowa Office of Drug Control, Des Moines, IA, for                 $339,500  Harkin, Braley
                    coordinated regional meth task forces
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Jackson County, MS Sheriff's Office Methamphetamine              $211,500  Taylor, Lott
                    Initiative
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Jasper Police Department, Jasper, AL, for technology and         $188,000  Shelby, Aderholt
                    equipment to combat meth
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Jasper, AL Police Department                                     $761,400  Aderholt, Shelby
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Jefferson County, CO,         $111,625  Salazar (Ken), Perlmutter
                    for anti-meth equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Jefferson County, CO Methamphetamine Response Collaborative      $305,500  Perlmutter, Salazar (Ken)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Jim Hogg and Starr County, TX Sheriff's and Constable's          $235,000  Cuellar
                    Departments Methamphetamine Law Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Kanawha Valley Metro Drug Task Force                             $117,500  Capito
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Kansas Bureau of Investigation                                   $141,000  Moran (Jerry)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Kids First, Marion County, OR, for programs and services to      $357,200  Wyden, Smith (Gordon), Hooley
                    focus children affected by methamphetamine addiction
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Kids Hope-Hudelson Region, Springfield, IL, for family           $100,000  Durbin
                    preservation services for meth-affected families
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Lamar County, AL Sheriff's Department                            $131,600  Aderholt
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Lane County, OR Methamphetamine Abatement Initiative             $399,500  DeFazio, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Larimer County Drug Task Force, Larimer County, CO, for          $133,950  Salazar (Ken)
                    anti-meth equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Lincoln County, OR Methamphetamine Initiative                    $258,500  Hooley, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Lincoln County, OR, Lincoln County, OR, for methamphetamine      $282,000  Wyden, Smith (Gordon), Hooley
                    initiatives
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Madison, NC Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine                  $94,000  Shuler
                    Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Maine State Police Methamphetamine Project                       $423,000  Michaud
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Marathon County, WI Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine         $235,000  Obey
                    Response
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      METH CHECK, Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy               $564,000  Davis (Geoff), Rogers (Hal)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Meth Project Foundation, Missoula County, MT, for a              $446,500  Baucus, Tester, Rehberg
                    methamphetamine prevention program
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Methodist University Methamphetamine Educational Training        $399,500  Etheridge, McIntyre, Dole, Burr
                    Project
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Mineral Area, MO Drug Task Force                                 $202,100  Emerson
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Minnehaha County Sheriff's Department, Minnehaha County,          $94,000  Thune
                    SD, for meth reduction programs
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Minot State University, Minot, ND, for methamphetamine           $669,750  Dorgan, Conrad, Pomeroy
                    research and public education
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Jackson, MS, for      $1,880,000  Cochran
                    meth enforcement, clean-up equipment, and training
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Montana Meth Project                                             $470,000  Rehberg, Baucus, Tester
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Multnomah County, OR Stomp Out Meth Project                      $446,500  Blumenauer, Wu, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, CO, to       $70,500  Allard
                    research the long-term consequences of the meth and
                    chemical exposures
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Nebraska State Patrol                                            $352,500  Fortenberry, Hagel, Nelson (Ben)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Nebraska State Patrol, Lincoln, NE, to combat                    $235,000  Hagel, Nelson (Ben), Fortenberry
                    methamphetamine
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Nevada County, CA Narcotics Task Force                           $470,000  Doolittle
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, Concord, NH, to         $752,000  Gregg
                    fund a statewide multi-jurisdictional task force
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      New Mexico Department of Public Safety, Santa Fe, NM, for         $89,300  Domenici, Bingaman, Pearce, Wilson (Heather), Udall (Tom)
                    equipment to combat meth
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      New Mexico Rural Meth Enforcement Initiative                   $1,010,500  Udall (Tom), Pearce, Wilson (Heather), Domenici, Bingaman
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      NH State Police, Concord, NH, to combat gang and drug-           $846,000  Gregg
                    related violence and crime
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      North Dakota Rural Methamphetamine Enforcement and               $634,500  Pomeroy
                    Treatment
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Northeast Law Enforcement Administrators Council                 $747,300  Oberstar
                    Methamphetamine Reduction Project, MN
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force                          $188,000  Hulshof
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force                              $282,000  Davis (Geoff), Bunning
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Northern Nevada Anti-Meth Initiative                             $940,000  Heller
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Northwest PA Anti-Meth Collaboration                             $188,000  Peterson (John)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Northwest Regional Drug Task Force, VA                           $188,000  Wolf, Warner, Webb
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Office of the District Attorney, 2nd Judicial District,           $89,300  Bingaman
                    Albuquerque, NM, to provide additional staff for the Meth
                    Prosecution Unit
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Orangeburg, SC Department of Public Safety Gang and Meth         $282,000  Clyburn
                    Lab Tracking
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Oregon Partnership - Target Meth Oregon Program                  $352,500  Walden, Blumenauer, Hooley, Wu, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Pennyrile, KY Narcotics Task Force                               $352,500  Whitfield
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA, for Statewide meth           $394,800  Murray, Cantwell, Dicks, Inslee, Larsen, Baird, Hastings
                    initiative                                                                 (Doc), McMorris Rodgers, Reichert, Smith (Adam)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA, for the National Meth        $714,400  Murray, Larsen
                    Center training and assistance
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Polk County, FL Sheriff's Office                                 $235,000  Putnam
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Prairie View Prevention Services, SD Methamphetamine             $141,000  Herseth Sandlin
                    Awareness and Prevention Project
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Prevention and Recovery Services, Inc., Topeka, KS, for to        $84,600  Brownback
                    fight methamphetamine production and abuse
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Riverside County, CA Sheriff's Department                        $940,000  Calvert, Bono
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Rockdale County, GA Methamphetamine Initiative                   $188,000  Johnson (Hank), Westmoreland, Isakson
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Rusk and Barron County, WI Sheriffs' Departments                 $235,000  Obey
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      San Carlos Apache Tribe, Tribal Police Department, San            $94,000  Kyl, Renzi
                    Carlos Apache Tribe, San Carlos Apache Reservation, AZ,
                    for a law enforcement initiative to target meth
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Searcy County, AR Sheriff's Department Methamphetamine Law        $47,000  Berry
                    Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Sioux City, IA National Meth Training Center                     $352,500  King (Steve), Harkin, Grassley
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Skagit County, WA Meth Enforcement                                $47,000  Larsen
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Solano County, CA Gang and Methamphetamine Enforcement           $164,500  Tauscher, Boxer
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      South Central Missouri Drug Task Force                           $235,000  Emerson
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team, Oregon Meth              $164,500  DeFazio
                    Enforcement
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Meth      Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force                               $206,800  Emerson
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, for statewide methamphetamine     $1,410,000  Stevens
                    enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Target Meth Oregon, Salem, OR, to combat meth                    $312,550  Wyden, Smith (Gordon), Walden, Blumenauer, Hooley, Wu
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Tennessee Meth Task Force                                        $470,000  Wamp, Cooper, Duncan, Gordon, Alexander (Lamar)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Tennessee Statewide Methamphetamine Task Force,                  $282,000  Alexander (Lamar), Wamp, Cooper, Duncan, Gordon
                    Chattanooga, TN, for anti-methamphetamine initiatives
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Tennessee Technological University Methamphetamine Task          $423,000  Gordon
                    Force
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Tucson, AZ Methamphetamine Education Program                     $258,500  Giffords, Grijalva
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Uintah County, Uintah County, UT, for methamphetamine            $470,000  Bennett
                    enforcement and clean-up
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Union County, IL Sheriff's Department                            $446,500  Costello
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL, for research         $188,000  Shelby
                    that addresses meth in rural areas
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative                    $1,410,000  Dicks, Inslee, Larsen, Baird, Hastings (Doc), McMorris
                                                                                               Rodgers, Reichert, Smith (Adam), Murray, Cantwell
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Washington State University Methamphetamine Research             $517,000  Baird, McMorris Rodgers, Cantwell
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Webster County, IA Sheriff's Office                               $94,000  Latham
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Western North Carolina Methamphetamine Enforcement               $493,500  Shuler
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      White Earth Band of Chippewa Reservation Tribal Nation, MN       $470,000  Peterson (Collin), Coleman, Klobuchar
                    Methamphetamine Enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      White Earth Tribal Nation, White Earth, MN, to educate,          $178,600  Coleman, Klobuchar, Peterson
                    clean-up and enforce the growing problem of meth use on
                    reservation lands
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Willmar, MN Methamphetamine Education Program                     $23,500  Peterson (Collin)
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DOJ-COPS-Meth      Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal            $714,400  Kohl
                    Investigation, Madison, WI, to continue the statewide meth
                    initiative
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Accomack County, VA Sheriff's Office                              $37,600  Drake
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Adams County, IL                                                 $376,000  LaHood
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Adams County, IL, Sheriff's Department                           $282,000  LaHood
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Albuquerque Police Department, Albuquerque, NM, for an           $223,250  Domenici, Bingaman, Wilson (Heather)
                    information system to enhance communication and facilitate
                    sharing among law enforcement jurisdictions
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Alexandria, VA Law Enforcement Technology                         $94,000  Moran (James), Warner, Webb
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Alleghany County, VA Sheriff's Department                        $470,000  Boucher
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Allegheny County, PA Chiefs of Police                            $352,500  Murphy (Tim)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Allentown, PA Police Department                                  $470,000  Dent
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Alsip, IL, Police Department equipment                            $94,000  Rush
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Altoona, AL Police Department                                     $28,200  Aderholt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Alvernia College, Reading, PA, for equipment to train            $223,250  Casey
                    police officers
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ambler Township, PA Police Department Equipment                  $126,900  Schwartz
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Amherst County, VA                                               $164,500  Goodlatte
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Amherst, NY, Police Department                                   $164,500  Reynolds
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Anderson County, KY Sheriff's Mobile Data Terminals              $188,000  Chandler
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Arkansas State Police, Little Rock, AR, for a Forensic           $401,850  Lincoln, Pryor
                    Recovery of Evidence Data Center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Arkansas State Police, Little Rock, AR, to provide wireless      $223,250  Lincoln, Pryor, Boozman, Ross, Snyder
                    technology to investigators in the field
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Arlington County, VA Emergency Mobile Technology Support          $94,000  Moran (James)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ashburn, GA Police Department Equipment                           $84,600  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Atchison County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety                $94,000  Boyda
                    Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Austin, TX Police Department Technology                          $211,500  Doggett, McCaul, Smith (Lamar)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Baldwin County Commission, Baldwin County, AL, for               $282,000  Shelby
                    interoperable communications equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore, MD, to upgrade      $446,500  Mikulski, Ruppersberger
                    forensics laboratory equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Baltimore County Police Department, Baltimore County, MD,        $446,500  Mikulski
                    to upgrade forensics laboratory equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Barboursville, WV Police Department                               $94,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Barren County Fiscal Court, Barren County, KY, for mobile        $235,000  McConnell
                    data terminals and other communication equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Barrington-Inverness, IL Police Department Interoperable         $493,500  Bean
                    Communications Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bayfield County, WI Law Enforcement Pictometry Technology        $940,000  Obey
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Beaver County, PA Emergency Communications                       $446,500  Altmire, Specter, Casey
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Beaver County, Pennsylvania Emergency Services Center,           $235,000  Specter, Altmire, Casey
                    Beaver County, PA, for public safety radio systems
                    acquisition and upgrades
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bell Gardens, CA Police Communications Interoperability          $188,000  Roybal-Allard
                    project
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bell, CA Police Department Law Enforcement and Technology        $235,000  Roybal-Allard
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bellingham, WA Police Department Technology Equipment            $258,500  Larsen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Beloit, WI Police Department                                     $164,500  Baldwin
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bergen County, NJ Countywide Interoperable Communication         $394,800  Rothman, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    System
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Berkeley, CA Public Safety Interoperability Program               $94,000  Lee
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Berkley Heights, NJ Police Department                            $188,000  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bethlehem, PA Police Department                                  $940,000  Dent, Specter, Casey
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Police Department, Bethlehem, PA,        $329,000  Specter, Dent, Casey
                    for interoperable in-car digital video camera systems
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Billings, MT, Police Department                                  $206,800  Rehberg, Baucus, Tester
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bloomington, IN Law Enforcement Technologies and                 $345,920  Hill
                    Interoperable Communications Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Blount County, TN Sheriff's Office                               $188,000  Duncan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bowie, MD Police Law Enforcement Technology Upgrades             $470,000  Hoyer
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Braintree, MA Police Department Equipment                        $164,500  Lynch
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Brisbane, CA and Millbrae, CA Police Equipment                   $470,000  Lantos
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bristol, PA Law Enforcement Equipment                             $94,000  Murphy (Patrick)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Buchanan County, IA law enforcement equipment                    $987,000  Braley, Grassley
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Bucks County, PA Law Enforcement Interoperability                $235,000  Murphy (Patrick)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Buffalo, NY Law Enforcement Technology                           $470,000  Slaughter, Schumer, Clinton
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Buffalo, NY Police Department Law Enforcement Technology         $376,000  Higgins, Slaughter
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cabell County, WV Sheriff's Office                               $376,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Calaveras County, CA                                             $352,500  Lungren
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Caldwell County, NC, Sheriff's Department                        $352,500  McHenry
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Calvert County, MD Sheriff's Office Mobile Command Unit          $752,000  Hoyer
                    Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cambria County, PA                                               $117,500  Shuster
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Camden County, Camden, NJ, for emergency communication           $446,500  Lautenberg, Menendez
                    hardware and software upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cameron County, TX Interoperable Communications                   $47,000  Ortiz, Hinojosa, Cornyn
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Capital Wireless Information Network (CapWIN), Greenbelt,        $893,000  Mikulski, Ruppersberger, Van Hollen
                    MD, for wireless database access and for public safety
                    personnel in the National Capital region
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Carmel, IN                                                       $258,500  Burton
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cary, NC Police Department Technology Upgrades                   $352,500  Price (David), Miller (Brad), Dole
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Castle Hayne, NC VisionAIR Data Integration Network              $399,500  McIntyre
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      CAT Lab at UNH, University of Durham, NH, for law                $658,000  Gregg
                    enforcement technology
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      CCE Central Dispatch Authority, MI                               $531,100  Stupak, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC)--Public            $312,550  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
                    Safety Technology Center, Worchester County, MA, to
                    enhance the capability of state and local law enforcement
                    officials
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Central Missouri Regional Justice Information System           $1,269,000  Skelton, Hulshof
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC, for high-     $470,000  Burr, Myrick, Hayes, Watt
                    tech crime scene investigation training
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ceredo, WV Police Department                                      $47,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chautauqua County, NY Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement           $141,000  Higgins
                    Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chester County, PA                                               $376,000  Gerlach
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chester County, Pennsylvania District Attorney's Office,         $235,000  Specter, Gerlach, Sestak, Casey
                    Chester County, PA, for incident response management
                    technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chesterfield County, VA                                          $126,900  Forbes
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chicago, IL Police Department Citizen and Law Enforcement      $1,034,000  Emanuel
                    Analysis and Reporting (CLEAR) Program
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chippewa County, WI Public Safety Dispatch Enhancements          $470,000  Obey
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Chowan County, NC Emergency Operations Center Equipment          $282,000  Butterfield, Dole
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cities of Concord, Kannapolis, NC, for Regional Radio            $188,000  Dole, Burr, Hayes
                    Upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Abilene, TX                                               $84,600  Neugebauer
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Albuquerque, NM                                        $2,068,000  Wilson (Heather), Domenici, Bingaman
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Athens, Athens, AL, for mobile data units in police      $211,500  Shelby
                    cars
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Auburn, Auburn, AL, for a mobile data system             $305,500  Shelby
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Bastrop, LA                                            $1,645,000  Alexander (Rodney), Landrieu
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Bellevue, City of Bellevue, WA, for provide              $357,200  Murray, Cantwell
                    equipment upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Bellevue, WA                                           $1,410,000  Reichert, Cantwell, Murray
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Billings, Yellowstone County, MT, for a new crime        $178,600  Baucus, Tester, Rehberg
                    scene investigation equipment upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Bridgeport, City of Bridgeport, CT, for the              $223,250  Dodd, Lieberman
                    purchase and installation of six wireless surveillance
                    cameras
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Bridgeport, CT, Police Department                        $188,000  Shays
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Brockton Police Department, Plymouth County, MA,         $223,250  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Lynch
                    for a modernized dispatch and wireless network to meet
                    public safety and emergency response needs
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, for a camera system within         $535,800  Schumer, Clinton, Slaughter
                    the City of Buffalo
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Calera Police Department, Calera, AL, for                $141,000  Shelby
                    technology upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Chattanooga, TN, Police Department                       $634,500  Wamp
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Cincinnati Police Department, Cincinnati, OH, for        $308,320  Voinovich, Brown (Sherrod), Schmidt
                    retention and protection of digital audio and video files
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Claremont, CA                                          $1,880,000  Dreier
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Como, MS                                                  $94,000  Wicker
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Daphne, Daphne, AL, for wireless technology               $94,000  Shelby
                    upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Decatur, AL                                              $404,200  Aderholt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Dothan, Alabama, Dothan, AL, For an interoperable        $470,000  Shelby, Everett
                    communications system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of East Point, East Point, GA, for law enforcement          $282,000  Chambliss, Lewis (John)
                    technology upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Elizabeth, Elizabeth, NJ, for installation of            $357,200  Lautenberg
                    wireless cameras
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Evansville, City of Evansville, IN, for                  $267,900  Lugar, Bayh, Ellsworth
                    communications equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Flagler Beach, FL                                        $211,500  Mica, Nelson (Bill)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Flagler Beach, Flagler County, FL, for emergency         $178,600  Nelson (Bill), Mica
                    and law enforcement equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Flint Police Department, Flint, MI, for in-car           $669,750  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Kildee
                    computers for patrol vehicles
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Fresno, Fresno, CA, for in-vehicle video camera          $267,900  Feinstein, Radanovich
                    units and mobile data terminals
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Gadsden, Gadsden, AL, for cameras and laptops for        $258,500  Shelby
                    police vehicles
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Glen Cove, NY                                            $178,600  King (Peter), Schumer, Clinton
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Glendale, AZ                                             $352,500  Franks
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Glendale, Glendale, CA, for the Interagency               $89,300  Feinstein, Schiff
                    Communications Interoperability System (ICIS)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Great Falls, Cascade County, MT, for law                 $446,500  Baucus, Tester
                    enforcement equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Green Bay Police Department, Green Bay, WI, to            $89,300  Kohl, Kagen
                    install in-car cameras
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Greenville, Greenville, AL, for mobile data              $235,000  Shelby, Everett
                    terminals
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Greenville, SC                                           $352,500  Inglis
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Gulf Shores, Gulf Shores, AL, for law enforcement        $164,500  Shelby
                    technology upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Headland, Headland, AL, for mobile data terminals         $94,000  Shelby, Everett
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Henderson, Henderson, NV, for equipment for              $410,780  Reid, Ensign, Porter
                    forensic lab
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Henderson, NV                                          $1,917,600  Porter
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, to provide                   $564,000  Shelby
                    interoperability to local law enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Jackson, Jackson, MS, for law enforcement                $376,000  Cochran
                    technology upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Kerrville, TX, Police Department                         $352,500  Smith (Lamar)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of La Habra, CA                                              $49,820  Miller (Gary)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Lake County, Lake County, IL, for communications         $357,200  Obama, Bean
                    equipment purchases
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Livermore, Livermore, CA, for interoperable              $267,900  Boxer, McNerney, Tauscher
                    communications between different agencies and disciplines
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Luverne, Luverne, AL, for police technology              $117,500  Shelby
                    upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Madison Police Department, Madison, WI, for              $446,500  Kohl, Baldwin
                    equipment upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Melbourne, Brevard County, FL, for radio system          $133,950  Nelson (Bill)
                    upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Modesto, Modesto, CA, for an interoperable dispatch      $133,950  Feinstein, Cardoza, Radanovich
                    system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Montrose, Montrose, CO, to improve public safety         $178,600  Allard, Salazar (Ken)
                    communication technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Moultrie, GA                                             $329,000  Kingston, Marshall, Chambliss
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Muncie, City of Muncie, IN, to acquire and               $267,900  Lugar, Bayh, Pence
                    integrate a radio system with a public communications
                    system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Muncie, City of Muncie, IN, to acquire replacement       $133,950  Lugar, Bayh
                    software and provide improved functionality of the
                    emergency response system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Murray, Murray, KY, for a computer aided dispatch        $117,500  McConnell
                    system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Newport, Newport, RI, for 800 MHz public safety          $357,200  Reed, Whitehouse
                    radio spectrum interoperability
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Norwalk, CT                                            $1,316,000  Shays, Lieberman
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Norwalk, Norwalk, CT, for interoperability               $223,250  Lieberman, Shays
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Oroville, CA                                             $282,000  Doolittle
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Petersburg, Petersburg, VA, for planning and             $223,250  Warner, Webb
                    installation of a fixed mobile WiMax Data System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Phenix City, Phenix City, AL, for public safety          $329,000  Shelby
                    communications up- grades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Phoenix (Phoenix Police Department), Phoenix, AZ,         $94,000  Kyl
                    for an interoperable communications network
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Puyallup, Puyallup, WA, for Tacoma/Puyallup law          $446,500  Murray, Reichert, Smith (Adam)
                    enforcement interoperability
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Reading, PA                                            $1,175,000  Gerlach, Specter
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Reading, Pennsylvania Police Department, Reading,        $611,000  Specter, Gerlach
                    PA, for security enhancements and camera acquisition
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Redlands, CA, Justice Communications Center              $470,000  Lewis (Jerry)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Reno, Reno, NV, for an interoperable network             $223,250  Reid
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Rockford, AL                                             $150,400  Rogers (Mike)-AL
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Sedona, AZ                                               $564,000  Renzi
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Shelbyville, Shelbyville, IN, for interoperable          $267,900  Lugar, Bayh, Burton
                    wireless communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of South Bend, City of South Bend, IN, to obtain an         $178,600  Lugar, Bayh
                    automatic fingerprint identification system for latent
                    palm prints
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Southaven, MS                                            $846,000  Wicker
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Springfield, IL                                          $376,000  LaHood
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Stamford, CT                                              $94,000  Shays, Dodd, Lieberman
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Suffolk, VA                                              $141,000  Forbes, Warner, Webb
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Temple Terrace, Hillsborough County, FL, for an          $312,550  Nelson (Bill)
                    interoperable communications system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Terre Haute, City of Terra Haute, IN, for                $267,900  Lugar, Bayh, Ellsworth
                    communications equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Troy, Troy, AL, for mobile data terminals                $211,500  Shelby
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Whitefish, Flathead County, MT, to upgrade               $178,600  Baucus, Tester
                    investigative equipment and work stations
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Winston-Salem, NC                                        $376,000  Foxx, Watt, Dole, Burr
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Yakima, Yakima, WA, for new technology and               $357,200  Murray, Cantwell
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of York, Pennsylvania, York, PA, for records                $282,000  Specter
                    management system acquisition
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      City of Yuma, Yuma, AZ, for a regional communications             $94,000  Kyl, Grijalva
                    network
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Clarksburg, WV Police Department                                  $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      CLEMIS Consortium, Pontiac, MI for equipment purchase            $223,250  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Knollenberg, Levin (Sander)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cleveland, OH Countywide Interoperability Communication          $893,000  Jones (Stephanie), Kucinich, Voinovich, Brown (Sherrod)
                    System
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cobb County, GA                                                  $493,500  Price (Tom), Scott (David), Gingrey, Chambliss, Isakson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Collier County, FL                                               $352,500  Diaz-Balart (Mario), Mack
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles, Lakewood, CO, for         $376,000  Allard
                    identity theft prevention
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Colquitt, GA Police Department                                    $70,500  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Columbus, OH, Police Department                                $1,222,000  Pryce
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond, VA, to purchase               $31,255  Warner, Webb
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Connecticut Department of Public Safety Forensic                 $235,000  DeLauro
                    Investigative Technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Contra Costa County, CA ARIES Integrated Justice                 $658,000  Miller (George), Tauscher
                    Information Systems
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Conyers, GA Police Technology and 911 Center Improvements        $423,000  Johnson (Hank), Chambliss, Isakson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cook County, IL Interoperable Safety and Emergency             $2,256,000  Roskam, Lipinski, Kirk
                    Communications Radios
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Corcoran, CA Narcotics and Gang Task Force Equipment             $611,000  Costa
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Corona, CA                                                       $172,960  Calvert
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      County of Fairfax, Fairfax County, VA, for law enforcement       $267,900  Warner, Webb
                    technology up- grades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      County of Wasco, Wasco, OR, Replace outdated and unreliable      $223,250  Smith (Gordon), Wyden
                    Emergency Responder Communication equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      County of Westchester, Westchester County, NY, for                $89,300  Schumer, Clinton
                    surveillance and video equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Craig County, VA Sheriff's Office                                $329,000  Boucher
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cranford, NJ Police Department                                   $235,000  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cudahy, WI Police Department Equipment                           $141,000  Moore (Gwen)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Culver City, CA In-Car Police Vehicle Digital Video               $84,600  Watson
                    Recording
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Culver City, CA Law Enforcement Interoperable                    $235,000  Watson
                    Communications System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cumberland County, NC Regional Public Safety Communications      $352,500  McIntyre, Etheridge, Hayes, Dole, Burr
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Cumberland, RI Police Technology Upgrades                        $188,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Dakota County, Hastings, MN, for upgrades to Dakota County       $223,250  Coleman, Klobuchar
                    Criminal Justice Information
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Dallas, TX Police Technology                                      $94,000  Johnson (Eddie Bernice)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Delaware County, NY Integrated Automated Fingerprint              $32,900  Gillibrand
                    Identification System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Delaware State Police Department                                 $352,500  Castle, Biden, Carper
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Delaware State Police, Dover, DE, for the state-wide             $893,000  Biden, Carper
                    Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Delaware State University, Dover, to test and evaluate a         $893,000  Biden, Castle
                    mobile crime scene and evidence tracking solution for U.S.
                    law enforcement
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Denton, TX                                                       $352,500  Burgess
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Department of Public Safety, Polk County, IA, for                $194,000  Harkin
                    investigation and prosecution of unsolved crimes using DNA
                    evidence
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Des Moines, IA Emergency Communications                          $141,000  Boswell
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Dothan, AL                                                       $352,500  Everett, Shelby
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Douglas County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment       $94,000  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Downriver Community Conference, Southgate, MI, for               $446,500  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Dingell
                    equipment upgrades for The Downriver Mutual Aid
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Durham and Wake Counties, NC Visual Intelligence Tool            $235,000  Price (David)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      East Central University, Ada, OK, for forensics equipment        $235,000  Inhofe, Cole
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      East Orange, NJ Criminal Regional Intelligence Sharing           $493,500  Payne
                    Project (C.R.I.S.P)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      East Point, GA Law Enforcement Technology Upgrade                $164,500  Lewis (John), Chambliss
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Eastchester, NY, Law Enforcement Emergency Management             $47,000  Lowey
                    Command Center Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      E-COM Consolidated Dispatch Center, IL for Public Safety         $141,000  Jackson Jr.
                    Radio Interoperability
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Edgecombe County, NC Public Safety Technology                    $235,000  Butterfield
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Effingham County, IL, Sheriff's Office                           $141,000  Shimkus
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      El Paso, TX Broadband Mobile Network                           $1,222,000  Reyes, Cornyn
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Erie County, PA                                                  $235,000  English, Specter, Casey
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Erie County, Pennsylvania Department of Public Safety, Erie      $564,000  Specter, English, Casey
                    County, PA, for a mobile communication system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Escambia County, FL                                              $352,500  Miller (Jeff), Martinez
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Escondido, CA wireless modems for police vehicles                $141,000  Bilbray
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Essex County, MA Sheriff's Office Information Sharing            $235,000  Tierney, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Essex County, NJ                                                 $940,000  Frelinghuysen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Evanston, IL Emergency Response Equipment                          $9,400  Schakowsky
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Evanston, IL Integrated Vehicle Tracking and Information          $94,000  Schakowsky
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Evanston, IL Public Safety Radio and Telecommunications          $249,100  Schakowsky
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fairfax City, VA Police Department                               $117,500  Davis (Tom)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fairfield, CA Police CAD/RMS Dispatch and Records Project        $399,500  Tauscher
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fairmont, WV Police Department                                    $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fayette County, IL, Sheriff's Office                             $211,500  Shimkus
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fayetteville Police Department, Fayetteville, AR, for a          $446,500  Lincoln, Pryor
                    simulcast communications system that will meet the needs
                    of local public safety agencies
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fitchburg, WI Police Department                                  $493,500  Baldwin
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Flathead County, Flathead County, MT, to enhance emergency       $223,250  Baucus, Tester
                    communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Flint, MI Police Department In-Car Technology                    $799,000  Kildee, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Foley Police Department, Foley, AL, for communications           $235,000  Shelby
                    upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Follansbee, WV Police Department                                  $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fort Lee, NJ Interoperable Communications System                 $282,000  Rothman, Lautenberg, Menendez
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      FoxComm, Green Bay, WI, to implement interoperable               $446,500  Kohl
                    communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Framingham, MA Emergency Interoperable Wireless                  $517,000  Markey
                    Communications Equipment Network
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Franklin Park, IL Law Enforcement Strategic Technology           $940,000  Emanuel
                    Program
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Franklin Regional Council of Governments, MA Law                 $329,000  Olver
                    Enforcement Communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Fremont, CA Interoperable Public Safety Communications           $470,000  Stark
                    System
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ft. Lauderdale, FL Law Enforcement Technology                     $94,000  Klein
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Gaithersburg, MD Police Department Public Safety and Anti-       $117,500  Van Hollen
                    Gang Initiatives Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Gallia County, OH Sheriff's Department                            $47,000  Wilson (Charlie)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Garden Grove, CA Law Enforcement Technology                       $94,000  Sanchez (Loretta)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Gardena, CA Law Enforcement Technology                           $235,000  Waters
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Gary, IN Police Department Gunfire Detection System              $451,200  Visclosky
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Georgetown County, SC                                            $352,500  Brown (Henry)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Gillette, WY                                                     $470,000  Cubin
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Glades County, FL Sheriff's Office Communications Equipment      $385,400  Mahoney
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Glendale, AZ Public Safety Equipment                             $940,000  Pastor
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Glendale, CA Interagency Communications Interoperability         $564,000  Schiff, Feinstein
                    System (ICIS)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Government of the Virgin Islands Law Enforcement Technology      $658,000  Christensen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Greater Georgetown, CT, Interoperability Initiative              $470,000  Shays
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Greece, NY, Police Department                                    $159,800  Reynolds
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Green Bay, WI Police Department Marksmanship Range               $249,100  Kagen
                    Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Green Bay, WI Police Squad Video System                          $371,300  Kagen, Kohl
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Green Bay, WI Public Safety Video Surveillance                    $94,000  Kagen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Greene County, MO                                                $940,000  Blunt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hallandale Beach, FL Law Enforcement Communications               $94,000  Wasserman Schultz
                    Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hampton, VA Police Department                                    $235,000  Drake, Warner, Webb
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hancock County, MS Public Safety Wireless Network                $587,500  Taylor
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hartford, CT Public Safety Equipment                           $1,950,500  Larson, Lieberman
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Haverstraw, NY, Police Department Equipment                       $47,000  Lowey
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Henderson County Fiscal Court, Henderson County, KY, for         $564,000  McConnell
                    equipment up- grades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hendry County, FL Law Enforcement Communications Equipment       $366,600  Mahoney, Nelson (Bill), Martinez
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hendry County, Hendry County, FL, for law enforcement            $178,600  Nelson (Bill), Martinez, Mahoney
                    communications equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Henry County, GA Law Enforcement Technology                      $470,000  Scott (David), Isakson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Henry County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment                      $126,900  Loebsack
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      High Point, NC                                                   $352,500  Coble, Dole
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Holden, MA Police Department Technology                          $446,500  McGovern
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hollywood, FL Mobile Command Unit Equipment                      $376,000  Wasserman Schultz
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Honolulu Police Department, Honolulu, HI, for improvements       $893,000  Inouye, Abercrombie
                    to the Honolulu Police Department's crime lab
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hot Springs, AR Police Department Mobile Data Equipment          $329,000  Ross
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hot Springs, AR S.W.A.T Ballistic Vests and Tactical              $47,000  Ross
                    Assault Rifles
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Howard County, IA, Sheriff's Department                          $188,000  Latham
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Huntington, WV Police Department                                 $188,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Hyattsville, MD Regional Data and Communications Law             $658,000  Hoyer
                    Enforcement Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Idaho Department of Corrections, Boise, ID, for a web-based       $47,000  Craig, Simpson (Mike)
                    offender information system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Idaho State Police, Pocatello, ID, to support criminal           $470,000  Craig, Simpson (Mike)
                    information sharing
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Independence County, AR Sheriff's Department Campus Digital      $235,000  Berry, Lincoln, Pryor
                    Card Access System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Inglewood, CA Computer-Aided Dispatch/Records Management         $423,000  Waters
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Iowa State University, Ames, IA, for forensics equipment         $194,000  Harkin, Grassley, Latham
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Irwindale, CA Communications Interoperability                    $225,600  Solis
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Isle of Wight County, VA                                          $84,600  Forbes
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Itasca County, MN Emergency Radio System                         $376,000  Oberstar
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, for computer            $1,175,000  Cochran
                    software and mapping
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jasper County, MO                                                $846,000  Blunt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Birmingham, AL, for           $188,000  Shelby
                    wireless communications upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jefferson County, AL Sheriff's Office Integrated Law             $470,000  Davis (Artur), Aderholt
                    Enforcement Records Management
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jefferson County, OH Sheriff's Department                         $75,200  Wilson (Charlie)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jefferson County, WV Sheriff's Department                        $235,000  Capito
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jefferson Parish, LA Sheriff's Department Integrated In-Car      $672,100  Melancon, Jefferson, Landrieu
                    Mobile Technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Johnson County, KS Emergency Communications                       $94,000  Moore (Dennis), Brownback, Roberts
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Jupiter, FL Law Enforcement Technology                           $399,500  Klein, Mahoney
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Kearny, NJ Police Department Law Enforcement Technology           $94,000  Rothman, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Kenosha County Sheriff's Department, Kenosha, WI, for in         $178,600  Kohl
                    car cameras
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Kenova, WV Police Department                                      $47,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Keyser, WV Police Department                                      $79,900  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      King County, WA Court Technology                                 $305,500  McDermott, Cantwell
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Kiryas Joel, NY Security Equipment and Emergency Services        $521,700  Hall (John), Schumer
                    Technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lake County Sheriff's Department, Lake County, IN, to            $446,500  Bayh
                    augment and replace helicopters used for public safety
                    purposes
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lake County, FL                                                  $352,500  Stearns, Keller
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lake County, IL Integrated Criminal Justice Information           $94,000  Bean, Obama
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lake County, IN Sheriff's Office Technology                      $658,000  Visclosky, Lugar, Bayh
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lake Zurich, IL Police Department Firing Range Equipment         $211,500  Bean
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      LaPorte County, IN Sheriff's Office In-Car Video Recording       $413,600  Donnelly
                    Systems
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, Las Vegas, NV, for equipment       $89,300  Reid, Porter
                    upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Las Vegas, NV Metropolitan Police Department Technology           $94,000  Berkley
                    Upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lauderdale Lakes, FL Law Enforcement Technology                  $164,500  Hastings (Alcee)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Laurel, MD Radio Communications                                  $611,000  Hoyer
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Laurens County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment                $159,800  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lawrence County, OH Sheriff's Department                          $75,200  Wilson (Charlie)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lawrence, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment            $61,100  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Leavenworth, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment         $70,500  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lee County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment                         $65,800  Loebsack
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Leominster, MA Police Department Law Enforcement                 $493,500  Olver
                    Information and Analysis Sharing Network
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Leon County, FL Joint Emergency Communications Center            $188,000  Boyd
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lewiston, NY Law Enforcement Technology                           $98,700  Slaughter
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lexington, KY Police Air Support Unit                            $329,000  Chandler
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Linn County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment                       $103,400  Loebsack
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lodi, CA, Police Department equipment                             $94,000  McNerney
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Logan County, IL, Sheriff's Department                           $846,000  LaHood
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lorain County, OH Sheriff's Office Mobile Data Terminal           $47,000  Sutton
                    Installation Project
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Lorain, OH Police Department Communications and Emergency        $235,000  Sutton
                    Operations Center Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Louisville, GA Police Department                                 $658,000  Barrow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Louisville, KY Metropolitan Police Department Mobile Data        $493,500  Yarmuth
                    Computers
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Macomb County Emergency Management and Communications, Mt.       $669,750  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Levin (Sander)
                    Clemens, MI, for equipment purchases
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Macomb County, MI                                                $352,500  Miller (Candice), Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Madison County, Richmond, & Berea, KY Mobile Data Terminals      $216,200  Chandler
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Manchester, NH Police Department Law Enforcement Technology      $117,500  Shea-Porter
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Marion County, FL                                                $282,000  Keller, Stearns, Nelson (Bill)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Marion County, Marion, FL, for fingerprint identification        $178,600  Nelson (Bill), Keller, Stearns
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Marshall University, Forensic Science DNA Laboratory,          $4,465,000  Byrd
                    Huntington, WV, for forensic lab equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Massachusetts Sheriff's Association, Norfolk County, MA,         $223,250  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Tierney
                    for an information-sharing network
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      McHenry County Sherriff's Department, McHenry County, IL,        $446,500  Obama, Bean
                    for radio equipment acquisition
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      McHenry County, IL Integrated Criminal Justice Information        $94,000  Bean
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      McHenry County, IL Law Enforcement Communication System           $94,000  Bean, Obama
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Meigs County, OH Sheriff's Department                             $94,000  Wilson (Charlie)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Mendocino, CA Public Safety Communications                       $493,500  Thompson (Mike)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Mesa, AZ Police Department Equipment                             $305,500  Mitchell
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Miami County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment         $94,000  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Miami Gardens, FL Community Policing Equipment                   $141,000  Meek
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Michigan Public Safety Communications, Lansing, MI, for the      $223,250  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Stupak
                    International Border Interoperability Communications
                    enhancement project
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Michigan State Police, Lansing, MI, for technology to            $312,550  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Stupak
                    compare all of the DNA profiles from the participating
                    States
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Middlesex Community College, Middlesex County, MA, to            $223,250  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Markey
                    expand the Regional Technology Training Law Enforcement
                    Collaborative
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Middletown, RI Police Technology Upgrades                        $282,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Midland, TX                                                      $235,000  Conaway
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Milton, WV Police Department                                      $47,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, WI, to install in-       $357,200  Kohl
                    car cameras
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Mineral County Search and Rescue Training Facility, Mineral      $223,250  Baucus, Tester
                    County, MT, to upgrade investigative equipment and work
                    stations
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal        $223,250  Coleman, Klobuchar, Ramstad
                    Apprehension, St. Paul, MN, for a system to improve
                    accurate identification of individuals
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Minnesota State Patrol, 8th Congressional District, Digital       $18,800  Oberstar
                    Cameras
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Minnesota State Patrol, Tasers for Northeastern Minnesota         $47,000  Oberstar
                    Patrol Districts
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Jackson, MS, to       $1,880,000  Cochran
                    provide technology and equipment upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Missoula County, Missoula County, MT, to purchase equipment       $89,300  Baucus, Tester, Rehberg
                    for interoperable communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Missoula County, MT                                              $291,400  Rehberg, Baucus, Tester
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Molalla, OR Police Department Technology Improvements             $47,000  Hooley
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Monroe County, OH Sheriff's Department                            $70,500  Wilson (Charlie)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers, Lewis and Clark             $446,500  Baucus, Tester, Rehberg
                    County, MT, for an electronic monitoring for violent
                    offenders and sexual predators
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Montebello, CA Police Department Computer Aided Dispatch         $164,500  Napolitano
                    and Records Management System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Monterey Park, CA Police Department Computer Aided Dispatch      $235,000  Schiff
                    and Records Management System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Montgomery Township, NJ Police Department                        $235,000  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Montrose, CO Dispatch Center                                      $94,000  Salazar (John), Allard, Salazar (Ken)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Moreno Valley, CA Police Department                              $141,000  Bono
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Morgantown, WV Police Department                                 $282,000  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Morris County, NJ                                                $940,000  Frelinghuysen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Moundsville, WV Police Department                                 $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Municipalities of Arroyo, Manati, Luquillo, and Rio Grande,      $188,000  Fortuno
                    PR
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Municipality of Ponce, PR                                        $164,500  Fortuno
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Narragansett, RI Police Department Interoperable                 $188,000  Langevin
                    Communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Navasota, TX Communications Technology                           $376,000  Edwards
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Albany, IN Police Department Law Enforcement                 $170,140  Hill
                    Technologies
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Bedford, MA Police Equipment and Technology Upgrades         $658,000  Frank, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Britain, CT Interoperable Public Safety Information          $634,500  Murphy (Christopher)
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Cumberland, WV Police Department                              $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Haven, CT Police Department Gunshot Location System          $376,000  DeLauro, Lieberman
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Jersey Network                                             $1,410,000  Frelinghuysen, Pallone, Rothman, Sires, Lautenberg,
                                                                                               Menendez
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Jersey Network, Trenton, NJ, for an inter-operable           $178,600  Lautenberg, Menendez, Pallone, Rothman
                    first responders communications network
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Orleans Police Foundation, Orleans Parish, LA, to            $223,250  Landrieu, Jefferson
                    design and implement an integrated information system
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Orleans, LA Police Department                                $658,000  Jefferson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      New Rochelle, NY, Police Department Communications System         $47,000  Lowey
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Newark, CA Police Technology Improvements                        $235,000  Stark
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Newberry County, SC, Sheriff's Office Technology                 $705,000  Spratt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Norfolk, VA Police Department                                  $1,052,800  Drake, Scott (Bobby), Warner, Webb
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Norman Park, GA Police Department Equipment                       $32,900  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Carolina State Highway Patrol Communication Equipment      $329,000  Price (David), Dole
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Carolina State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement              $188,000  Watt
                    Technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue, West New York, NJ, for      $267,900  Lautenberg, Menendez, Sires
                    a mobile radio interconnect system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Judson, IN Police Department Mobile Data Recorders          $56,400  Donnelly
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Las Vegas Police Department, North Las Vegas, NV, for      $223,250  Reid, Berkley
                    a new records management system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Las Vegas, NV Police Department Dispatch/Records           $399,500  Berkley, Reid
                    Management System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      North Louisiana Criminalistics Laboratory Commission,             $94,000  Vitter, McCrery
                    Shreveport, LA, for forensics equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Northern IL Law Enforcement Initiative                           $352,500  Manzullo
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Northern Lake County, IN Automated Fingerprint                   $376,000  Visclosky
                    Identification System (AFIS)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Nye County Sheriff's Office, Pahrump, NV, for a law              $178,600  Reid
                    enforcement license plate scanner
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Oak Ridge Police Department, Oak Ridge, TN, for law              $141,000  Alexander (Lamar), Wamp
                    enforcement communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Oakland County Sheriff's Department (CLEMIS)                     $651,420  Knollenberg, Levin (Sander), Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Odessa, TX                                                       $117,500  Conaway
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ohio County Fiscal Court, Ohio County, KY, for mobile data       $211,500  McConnell
                    terminals and other equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Oneida County, WI Northeast Wisconsin Public Safety              $235,000  Obey
                    Interoperable Communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Onondaga County, NY, communications project                    $1,410,000  Walsh, Schumer, Clinton
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Onondaga County, NY, records management project                $1,128,000  Walsh
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Onondaga County, Onondaga County, NY, for a County-City          $446,500  Schumer, Clinton
                    Interoperable Communications System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Opa Locka, FL Community Policing Equipment                       $141,000  Meek
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Orange County, NC and Chapel Hill, NC Law Enforcement            $235,000  Price (David)
                    Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Orem City Police Department, Orem, UT, for in-car video          $164,500  Hatch, Bennett, Cannon
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ouachita County, AR Sheriff's Department                         $235,000  Ross
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Oxnard, CA Police Records Management System                      $470,000  Capps
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ozark, MO                                                         $94,000  Blunt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Parkersburg, WV Police Department                                 $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Parsons Police Department Public Safety Equipment                 $70,500  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Passaic County Prosecutor's Office, Passaic County, NJ, for      $267,900  Lautenberg, Menendez
                    a fiber optic network and interoperable communications
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Passaic, NJ, Police Command and Communication Vehicle            $211,500  Pascrell, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Paterson, NJ Police Department Security Upgrades                 $446,500  Pascrell, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Perry, GA Police Department Mobile Data Terminals                 $61,100  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Phoenix, AZ Prosecutors Criminal Record System                    $56,400  Pastor
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pierce County, WA Sheriff's Office Automated Finger Imaging    $1,198,500  Dicks, Smith (Adam), Cantwell
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pigeon Forge, TN Police Department                               $352,500  Davis (David)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pima County, AZ Wireless Integrated Network                      $634,500  Giffords, Grijalva
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pine Bluff Police Department, Pine Bluff, AR, for an             $535,800  Lincoln, Pryor
                    interoperable communications system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, for technology      $178,600  Johnson (Tim)-SD
                    upgrades to the 9-1-1 system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Placer County, CA                                              $1,598,000  Doolittle
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Plant City, FL Police Department                                 $131,600  Bilirakis
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Plantation, FL Law Enforcement Technology                        $282,000  Wasserman Schultz
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pomona, CA Police Department Public Radio System                  $47,000  Napolitano
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pompano Beach, FL Law Enforcement Technology                     $446,500  Klein
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Port Aransas, TX Communications Equipment                         $47,000  Ortiz, Cornyn
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Portsmouth, NH Police Department Police Records On-line          $117,500  Shea-Porter
                    Service (PROS)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pottawatomie County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety            $94,000  Boyda
                    Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Powell County, KY Sheriff's Mobile Data Terminals                 $28,200  Chandler
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Presidio, TX Interoperable Communications                         $23,500  Rodriguez
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Prince George's County, MD Interoperable Radio Systems         $1,997,500  Hoyer, Wynn, Mikulski
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Prince George's County, MD, Prince George's County, MD, to       $893,000  Mikulski, Hoyer, Wynn
                    upgrade first responder equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Providence, RI Public Safety Communications Equipment            $305,500  Langevin, Reed, Whitehouse
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Pueblo County, CO Sheriff's Office Technology                    $305,500  Salazar (John)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Putnam County, FL                                                $141,000  Mica
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Radford, VA Police Department                                    $188,000  Boucher
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Rainier Communications Commission, WA                            $235,000  Dicks, Reichert, Smith (Adam), Cantwell, Murray
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Raleigh, NC Police Department Interoperable Communications       $376,000  Price (David), Etheridge, Dole, Burr
                    Technology
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Rehoboth, MA Police Department Technology                        $117,500  McGovern
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Richmond County, GA Sheriff Mobile Data Terminal                 $188,000  Barrow
                    Replacement
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Riley County, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment        $47,000  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Riverton Police Department, City of Riverton, Wyoming, for        $94,000  Enzi
                    communications equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Riviera Beach, FL Law Enforcement Technology Improvement          $94,000  Klein
                    Project
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Roane County, TN Emergency Communications                        $611,000  Davis (Lincoln)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Robbins, IL, Police Department equipment                         $258,500  Rush
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Rochester, NH Police Department Law Enforcement Training         $235,000  Shea-Porter
                    and Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Rock Hill and York County, SC Public Safety Communications       $282,000  Spratt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Rockland County, NY, Police Information Network                   $47,000  Lowey, Clinton
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Ross Township, PA Police Department Equipment                    $399,500  Altmire
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Sacramento County, CA Sheriff's Department Computer Aided        $329,000  Matsui
                    Dispatch Replacement
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Saginaw, MI Police Department Gunfire Detection System           $282,000  Kildee, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Saint Clair, PA Police Drug Enforcement Initiative               $211,500  Holden
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Salem, OR Police Technology                                       $47,000  Hooley, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Salt Lake City, UT In-Car Video Surveillance Technology           $94,000  Matheson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX, for crime lab      $705,000  Hutchison, Cornyn, Brady (Kevin)
                    technologies
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Bernardino County, CA Sheriff Department                     $352,500  Baca
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Bernardino, CA Police Department                             $282,000  Lewis (Jerry), Baca
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Carlos Apache Tribe, AZ                                       $94,000  Renzi, Kyl
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Diego County, CA Sheriff's Department                      $1,198,500  Bilbray, Hunter, Feinstein
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Diego, CA Police Department                                  $681,500  Davis (Susan), Bilbray
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Joaquin County, CA Interoperable Communications               $94,000  McNerney, Cardoza
                    Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Luis Obispo County, CA Criminal Justice Records              $188,000  Capps
                    Management System
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      San Mateo County, CA Sheriff's Office Jail Management            $916,500  Lantos, Eshoo
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Santa Clara County, CA Crime Laboratory Equipment              $1,269,000  Honda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Santa Cruz County, AZ Collaborative Border Regional              $376,000  Grijalva
                    Alliance (CoBRA) Communications Initiative
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Saranac Lake, NY Radio Communication System                       $47,000  Gillibrand
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, MI Radio and          $56,400  Stupak
                    Computer Technology
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Savannah River National Laboratory Southeast Security            $352,500  Barrett, Graham
                    Technology Center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Scotch Plains, NJ Police Department                               $75,200  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Scott County, IA, Scott County, IA, for equipment and             $94,000  Grassley, Braley
                    software for the consolidated dispatch center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Searcy, AR Police Department Law Enforcement Equipment           $188,000  Snyder
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Sellersburg, IN Police Department Law Enforcement                $127,840  Hill
                    Technologies
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      Shawnee County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment       $61,100  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Smith County, MS, Sheriff's Department                            $61,100  Pickering
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Snyder County, Pennsylvania Emergency Services, Snyder           $164,500  Specter
                    County, PA, for interoperable communications
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Somerset County, NJ                                              $940,000  Frelinghuysen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Somerset, Fayette, Greene, Cambria, Westmoreland, Indiana,     $1,974,000  Murtha
                    Armstrong, Allegheny, and Washington Counties, PA Police
                    Department Law Enforcement Technology
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      South Plainfield, NJ Police Department                           $188,000  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      South River, NJ Hand Held Radio Replacement                      $117,500  Holt
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      SouthCom Dispatch Center, IL for Technological Improvements      $211,500  Jackson Jr.
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Southeast Missouri Local Emergency Planning District           $1,391,200  Emerson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Southern Macomb County, MI Interoperable Communications          $987,000  Levin (Sander), Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Southgate, MI Downriver Community Conference Centralized         $188,000  Dingell, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    Emergency Dispatch
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Southington, CT Police Mobile Command Post Technology            $352,500  Larson, Dodd, Lieberman
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                               $705,000  Goode
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Clair County Commission, St. Clair County, AL, for law       $164,500  Shelby
                    enforcement technology upgrades
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Clair County, Port Huron, MI, for the purchase of            $178,600  Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    mobile radios for public safety agencies
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Louis County Sheriff's Office, Duluth, MN, for               $133,950  Coleman, Klobuchar, Oberstar
                    equipment to support interoperability, such as base
                    stations, microwave towers, and installation
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Louis County, MO East Central Dispatch System Upgrade        $220,900  Carnahan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Mary's County, MD Sheriff's Office Mobile Data Terminal      $738,840  Hoyer
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Paul, MN Police Department Interoperable 800 MHz Radio       $564,000  McCollum, Coleman, Klobuchar
                    Equipment
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ-COPS-Tech      St. Paul, MN Police Department Police Car Camera and Audio       $470,000  McCollum, Coleman, Klobuchar
                    Systems
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Stanislaus County, CA                                            $352,500  Radanovich, Cardoza, Feinstein
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Starke County, IN Sheriff Department Interoperable               $517,000  Donnelly
                    Communications Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, for remote access to criminal       $235,000  Stevens
                    justice information from a single point
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      State of Maryland, Annapolis, MD, for equipment to attain        $669,750  Cardin, Ruppersberger
                    interoperability among all state law enforcement agencies
                    as well as local jurisdictions
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      State of Michigan Public Safety Communications System            $164,500  Stupak, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Steelton, PA Police Defense and Enforcement Initiative           $155,100  Holden
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Stockton, CA Police Equipment                                    $634,500  Cardoza, McNerney
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Sultan, WA Police Department Technology Improvement Program      $117,500  Larsen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Summit, NJ Police Department                                     $235,000  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Sussex County, NJ                                                $940,000  Frelinghuysen
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Swain County, NC Law Enforcement Communications                   $94,000  Shuler
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Swainsboro, GA Police Department                                 $282,000  Barrow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Talladega County Commission, Talladega, AL, for                  $211,500  Shelby
                    technological upgrades to the public safety infrastructure
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Tempe, AZ Public Safety Communications/ Interoperability         $681,500  Mitchell
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Terre Haute, IN Emergency Communications                         $719,100  Ellsworth, Lugar, Bayh
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Thibodaux, LA Police Department Equipment                        $220,900  Melancon
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Topeka, KS Police Department Public Safety Equipment              $65,800  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Towamencin Township, PA Police Department Equipment               $42,300  Schwartz
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Town of Johnston, Johnston, RI, to purchase communications        $89,300  Reed, Whitehouse
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Town of Manchester, Town of Manchester, CT, for equipment        $446,500  Dodd
                    for an emergency operations center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Town of Redding, CT, Town of Redding, CT, for equipment for      $312,550  Dodd
                    a new regional Centralized Communications Center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Town of Westerly, Westerly, RI, for communications               $133,950  Reed
                    equipment to improve community policing capabilities
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Town of Windham, Town of Windham, CT, for equipment              $223,250  Dodd, Lieberman
                    upgrades at the Town of Windham's Public Safety Complex
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Travis County, TX Sheriff Regional Law Enforcement Training      $352,500  Doggett
                    Center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Tri-Valley Cities, CA East Bay Regional Communications           $540,500  McNerney, Tauscher, Boxer
                    System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Tucson, AZ Finger Imaging System Upgrade                          $94,000  Giffords, Grijalva
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Turner County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment                  $61,100  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Twiggs County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment                 $159,800  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Uhrichsville, OH Police Department Emergency Radio System         $47,000  Space
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Union City, CA Law Enforcement Technologies                       $94,000  Stark
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      United Keetowah Band of Cherokee Indians, OK Police              $423,000  Boren
                    Technology and Equipment Enhancement
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK, for forensics        $235,000  Inhofe, Fallin
                    equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      University of Colorado/National Center for Audio and Video       $357,200  Allard, Salazar (Ken), Tancredo
                    Forensics, Denver, CO, to establish a cutting edge
                    forensics center
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      University of Louisville Research Foundation, Louisville,        $705,000  McConnell
                    KY, for forensics equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      University of North Alabama, Florence, AL, criminal justice      $282,000  Shelby
                    outreach initiatives
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, for a     $1,175,000  Cochran
                    state-wide and regional information sharing system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Upper Peninsula 15 County Consortium, Marquette, MI, for         $446,500  Levin (Carl), Stabenow, Stupak
                    interoperable communications equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, for the      $400,000  Leahy
                    Vermont Justice Information Sharing System
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT, for the      $400,000  Leahy
                    Vermont State Police mobile/remote computing project
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Vienna, VA Police Department                                     $235,000  Davis (Tom)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Virginia Beach, VA Police Department                             $188,000  Drake, Warner, Webb
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Virginia State Police, Richmond, VA, for the Northern            $178,600  Warner, Webb
                    Virginia and District of Columbia Internet Crimes Against
                    Children Task Force to train law enforcement officials
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Virginia State Police, Richmond, VA, to maintain databases        $89,300  Warner, Webb
                    and technical infrastructure
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wadesboro and Anson Counties, NC                                 $282,000  Hayes
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wake County, NC Interoperable Communications Project             $681,500  Price (David), Miller (Brad), Etheridge, Dole, Burr
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wapello County, IA Sheriff's Office Equipment                    $126,900  Loebsack
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs,            $491,150  Murray, Cantwell, Reichert, Dicks
                    Lacey, WA, for DNA testing for stranger rapes
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Washington County, OH Sheriff's Department                        $23,500  Wilson (Charlie)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wayne County, MI Radio Communications Interoperability           $211,500  Conyers, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wayne County, OH, Sheriff's Office                               $655,180  Regula
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wayne County, WV Sheriff's Office                                $282,000  Rahall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Weber County, UT                                                 $352,500  Bishop (Rob), Bennett, Hatch
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Weirton, WV Police Department                                     $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wellsburg, WV Police Department                                   $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      West Bloomfield, MI Police Department                            $590,320  Knollenberg
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      West Columbia, SC, Police Department                             $352,500  Wilson (Joe)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      West Covina, CA Interagency Communications Interoperability      $517,000  Solis
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      West Linn, OR Emergency Communications Enhancement                $47,000  Hooley
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      West Virginia University Forensic Science Initiative,          $3,572,000  Byrd
                    Morgantown, WV, for the Forensic Science Initiative
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY, Law Enforcement         $1,034,000  Lowey
                    Communications Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY, Law Enforcement           $940,000  Lowey
                    Technology Equipment
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, for campus       $188,000  Bunning
                    public safety
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Westfield, NJ Police Department                                  $235,000  Ferguson
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Whatcom County, Whatcom County, WA, for an information           $223,250  Murray, Cantwell, Larsen
                    sharing and exchange system
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wheeling, WV Police Department                                    $70,500  Mollohan
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Whitemarsh Township, PA Police Department Equipment               $32,900  Schwartz
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Wilkinson County, GA Sheriff's Department Equipment               $61,100  Marshall
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Will County, IL Sheriff's Office                                 $502,900  Weller, Biggert, Durbin
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Will County, Will County, IL, for technology                     $460,000  Durbin, Weller, Biggert
                    interoperability improvements
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Williamsburg County, SC Law Enforcement Technology               $470,000  Clyburn
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Windham, CT Dispatch Center Equipment                            $329,000  Courtney
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Winters, CA Public Safety Equipment                              $164,500  Thompson (Mike)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Woburn, MA Police Department Radio Communications and            $470,000  Markey
                    Police Dispatch Center Upgrade
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Woodbridge, NJ Police Department                                 $235,000  Ferguson, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Woodford County, KY Sheriff's Mobile Data Terminals              $202,100  Chandler
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Woodson County, KS Sheriff's Office Public Safety Equipment       $94,000  Boyda
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      Woonsocket, RI Police Technology Upgrades                        $188,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      York County, PA                                                   $14,100  Platts
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DOJ-COPS-Tech      York, SC Police Department Technology and Records                $235,000  Spratt
                    Management
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DOJ-Juv Justice    180 Turning Lives Around, Child and Teen Violence Reduction      $564,000  Pallone, Smith (Christopher), Lautenberg, Menendez
                    and Treatment Program, Hazlet, NJ
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DOJ-Juv Justice    4 Kids Early Learning Network, Braddock, PA                       $94,000  Doyle
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DOJ-Juv Justice    A Better Way Gang Prevention Project, Columbia, SC               $470,000  Clyburn
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DOJ-Juv Justice    A.J. McClung YMCA, Columbus, GA                                   $47,000  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Abraham House Programs for At-Risk Youth, Bronx, NY               $94,000  Serrano
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Abyssinian Development Corporation programs for at-risk          $893,000  Rangel, Schumer, Clinton
                    youth, New York, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Abyssinian Development Corporation, New York, NY, to             $446,500  Schumer, Clinton, Rangel
                    support and expand youth and young adult after-school and
                    summer programs
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Adjudicated Youth Program at Texas A&M Corpus Christi            $188,000  Ortiz
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Advancing and Inspiring Learning Education Outreach, 92nd        $258,500  Maloney
                    Street Y, New York, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Aftercare for Phoenix House Clients in Western MA                $634,500  Neal, Kerry, Kennedy (Edward)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    AIDS Council of Northeastern New York At-Risk Youth               $94,000  Gillibrand, McNulty, Clinton, Schumer
                    Prevention Education Initiative, Albany, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, Talladega, AL,         $188,000  Shelby
                    mentoring for disabled at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Alameda County, CA, Children's Assessment Center                 $470,000  Stark
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Albany PAL After School Club for at-risk youth, Albany, NY       $164,500  McNulty, Schumer, Clinton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Albany, NY, Teen Challenge At-Risk Youth Drug Prevention          $47,000  McNulty, Schumer, Clinton
                    Outreach
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Alianza Dominicana Inc. programs for at-risk youth, New          $188,000  Rangel, Schumer, Clinton
                    York, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Alief ISD Safe and Drug Free Schools, Houston, TX                $188,000  Green (Al)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Amar Civic Club programs for at-risk youth, Reynolds, GA         $117,500  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    American Ballet Theatre, New York, NY, to provide                $178,600  Schumer, Clinton, Maloney
                    disadvantaged and at-risk youth a hands on opportunity to
                    create, produce, and execute all aspects of an original
                    performance. Formal evaluations of these programs have
                    demonstrated reduced truancy and delinquency.
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DOJ-Juv Justice    American Sailing Training Association, Newport, RI, for          $263,200  Reed, Whitehouse
                    after-school programs for at-risk youth to reduce truancy
                    and delinquency
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DOJ-Juv Justice    American Village Citizenship Trust, Montevallo, AL, for          $329,000  Shelby
                    character programs in at-risk areas
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DOJ-Juv Justice    AMISTAD Alliance Youth Program, New Haven, CT                    $282,000  DeLauro
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DOJ-Juv Justice    An Achievable Dream, Newport News, VA                            $352,500  Davis (Jo Ann), Scott (Bobby), Warner, Webb
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DOJ-Juv Justice    An Achievable Dream, Newport News, VA, for at-risk youth         $267,900  Warner, Webb, Davis (Jo Ann), Scott
                    programs
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Anti-Gang and Youth Violence Prevention Program, Union           $282,000  Sires, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    City, NJ
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DOJ-Juv Justice    ARISE Foundation                                                 $728,500  Hastings (Alcee), Crenshaw, Wasserman Schultz, Diaz-Balart
                                                                                               (Lincoln), Mahoney, Nelson (Bill), Martinez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Arlington, MA, School Resource Officer                            $47,000  Markey
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Armory Foundation Delinquency Prevention Program, New York,       $47,000  Rangel
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Asian American Leadership Empowerment and Development,           $267,900  Mikulski
                    Wheaton, MD, for programs for low-income families whose
                    children are at-risk of dropping out of school
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Asian Youth Center Teen Leadership Training Center, Los           $94,000  Schiff
                    Angeles, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Asociacion Tepeyac Community Center Programs for At-Risk         $188,000  Serrano
                    Youth, South Bronx, New York
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Aspire Program in Wheaton, IL                                    $634,500  Roskam
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Back on Track, Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San         $282,000  Pelosi
                    Mateo & Marin Counties, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Baltimore City Public School System, MD Public School            $399,500  Cummings, Ruppersberger
                    Safety Initiative
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Baltimore School for the Arts, Baltimore, MD, for the TWIGS      $267,900  Mikulski, Cummings
                    (To Work in Gaining Skills) program for arts programs for
                    at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    BAM Youth and Community Initiatives, Brooklyn, NY                $282,000  Towns, Clarke, Schumer, Clinton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Baptist Child and Family Services STAR program, San              $470,000  Rodriguez
                    Antonio, TX
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Barrio Action Youth and Family Center Learning Excellence-        $47,000  Solis
                    Achieving Dreams, Los Angeles, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Barron County, WI, Restorative Justice and Truancy               $235,000  Obey
                    Prevention Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bates CDC programs for at-risk youth, Louisville, KY             $141,000  Yarmuth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bay County, FL Junior Deputy and Law Enforcement Explorer        $188,000  Boyd
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Beltrami County, Bemidji, MN, for a program for at-risk          $133,950  Coleman, Klobuchar
                    children ages and their families
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bethesda Home for Boys, Savannah, GA                             $235,000  Kingston, Chambliss, Isakson
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bethesda Home for Boys, Savannah, GA, for at-risk youth           $47,000  Chambliss, Isakson, Kingston
                    this organization serves
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Big Brothers & Big Sisters Mentoring Program of Windham          $235,000  Welch
                    County, VT
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Alaska, Eagle River, AK, for at-   $1,128,000  Stevens
                    risk youth mentoring program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bolder Options of Minneapolis, MN                                $117,500  Ramstad, Ellison, Coleman, Klobuchar
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bolder Options, Minneapolis, for programs to reduce truancy      $312,550  Coleman, Klobuchar, Ramstad, Ellison
                    and juvenile delinquency
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Boys & Girls Club of Toledo, OH                                  $235,000  Kaptur
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bronx Cluster Delinquency Prevention, NY                         $282,000  Engel
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Brooklyn Arts Council at-risk youth programs, Brooklyn, NY       $188,000  Velazquez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy at-risk youth programs,         $282,000  Velazquez
                    Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Brooks County, GA, After School Programs for At-Risk Youth        $47,000  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Bucks County, PA, Truant Youth Counseling                        $188,000  Murphy (Patrick)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Building Toward Wellness Community Coalition programs for         $94,000  Bishop (Sanford)
                    at-risk youth, Columbus, GA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    BYU-Public School Partnership, Provo, UT, for statewide          $282,000  Bennett
                    partnerships for delinquency prevention
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Camden Community Safe Zone Initiative, Camden, NJ                $658,000  Andrews
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Camp Fire USA, Kansas City, KS, for mentoring children of        $141,000  Brownback
                    prisoners
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DOJ-Juv Justice    CAPPA Youth Intervention and Development, Williamsport, PA       $272,600  Carney
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DOJ-Juv Justice    CEDARS, Lincoln, NE, for an emergency shelter program for        $133,950  Nelson (Ben)
                    runaway and homeless youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Central City Action Committee Graffiti Abatement Program,         $70,500  Becerra
                    Los Angeles, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Central Indiana Teen Challenge                                    $94,000  Buyer, Lugar, Bayh
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Central New Mexico YMCA, Albuquerque, NM, to provide life        $235,000  Domenici
                    skills development services for at-risk children
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DOJ-Juv Justice    CHANGE, Inc. at-risk youth program, Wheeling, WV                  $94,000  Mollohan
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Chicago Public Schools After School Counts Program for at-     $1,034,000  Emanuel
                    risk youth, IL
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Childhelp of Fairfax, VA                                         $470,000  Wolf, Davis (Tom)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Children and Families First, Wilmington, DE, to continue         $347,800  Biden, Carper, Castle
                    programs to reduce truancy in New Castle and Kent County,
                    Delaware
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Children's Outing Association, Milwaukee, WI, for a city-        $178,600  Kohl
                    wide teen program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City and County of San Bernardino, CA Community Prosecutor       $164,500  Baca
                    Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Boston, Suffolk County, MA, for a program to reduce      $312,550  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
                    recidivism
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, for a summer and after-      $312,550  Lieberman, Shays
                    school program for youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Buffalo, NY, Youth Violence Prevention and                $94,000  Higgins, Schumer
                    Intervention Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Charlotte, NC, Charlotte, NC, for a gang prevention      $282,000  Dole, Hayes
                    program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Charlotte, NC, Gang of One Initiative                    $940,000  Hayes, Dole
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Grand Rapids, MI, LOOP Programs                          $352,500  Ehlers, Stabenow
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Hartford, Hartford, CT, for a program to provide         $312,550  Lieberman, DeLauro
                    summer employment opportunities and job training for teens
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Irwindale, CA, Teen Activity Center                       $28,200  Solis
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, for an anti-gang             $267,900  Boxer, Millender-McDonald
                    intervention and prevention program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Lumpkin, GA, at-risk youth initiatives                    $94,000  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Miami Beach, FL, Gang and Drug Prevention Program        $681,500  Ros-Lehtinen, Wasserman Schultz
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Philadelphia, PA Youth Violence Reduction                 $94,000  Brady (Robert), Specter, Casey
                    Partnership
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, for a program to         $940,000  Specter, Casey, Brady
                    reduce youth violence and homicide rates
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Providence, Providence, RI, for the Providence           $263,200  Reed, Whitehouse, Kennedy (Patrick), Langevin
                    After School Alliance (PASA)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Sacramento, CA, Police Department School Attendance      $282,000  Matsui
                    Center Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of San Bernardino, City of San Bernardino, CA, for a        $312,550  Boxer
                    school-based partnership to provide gang resistance
                    education/training
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of San Diego, CA Children's Initiative Youth Diversion      $164,500  Davis (Susan)
                    Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Springfield, Springfield, OH, for programs and           $312,550  Brown (Sherrod), Hobson
                    resources for at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Steubenville, OH, MLK Recreation Center At-Risk           $37,600  Wilson (Charlie)
                    Youth Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Trenton, NJ, YouthStat Crime Prevention Program          $305,500  Holt, Smith (Christopher), Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City of Trenton, Trenton, NJ, for a YouthStat Crime              $178,600  Lautenberg, Menendez, Holt, Smith (Christopher)
                    Prevention Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    City Year of Rhode Island                                        $188,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Cleveland Botanical Gardens Green Corps programs for at-         $517,000  Kucinich
                    risk youth, OH
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Coalition for the Homeless At-Risk Youth Services Program,       $446,500  Nadler, Schumer, Clinton
                    New York, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond, VA, for gang prevention      $156,275  Warner, Webb
                    education
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Communities in Schools, Decatur County, GA                        $47,000  Bishop (Sanford), Chambliss
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Community and Schools Together Project, Huntington Station,       $94,000  Israel, Schumer
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Community Connections, Bluefield, WV                              $39,480  Rahall
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Community Counseling Center, Portland, ME Trauma Prevention      $470,000  Allen, Collins, Snowe
                    and Treatment for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Community Outreach Center, Monsey, NY                            $188,000  Engel, Clinton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Compton Unified School District Youth Safety Program,            $141,000  Sanchez (Linda)
                    Willowbrook, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Courage to Speak Foundation, County of Fairfield, CT, for a      $446,500  Dodd, Lieberman
                    drug abuse prevention program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Court Appointed Special Advocates, Los Angeles County, CA        $235,000  McKeon, Roybal-Allard, Napolitano, Schiff, Solis, Waters,
                                                                                               Watson
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Covenant House Regional Training Center Program, Brooklyn,        $47,000  Towns, Schumer, Clinton
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Covenant House, NJ Rights of Passage Program                     $352,500  LoBiondo, Payne, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Creative Visions programs for at-risk youth, Des Moines, IA      $141,000  Boswell
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Cypress Park Junior Aztec Fire Fuels Program, Los Angeles,        $70,500  Becerra
                    CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    D.A.R.E. New Jersey, Cranbury, NJ, for a youth prevention         $89,300  Lautenberg, Menendez, Andrews, LoBiondo, Pascrell, Sires
                    program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Dauphin County, PA, Social Services for Children & Youth,        $244,400  Holden
                    Independent Living Mentor Families
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Dawson, GA, Public Safety Department Youth Advocacy Program       $23,500  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    DC Children's Advocacy Center - Safe Shores, Washington, DC      $611,000  Norton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    De La Salle Middle School at St. Matthew's programs for at-      $305,500  Clay
                    risk youth, St. Louis, MO
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Des Plaines Teen Center, Des Plaines, IL, for prevention         $300,000  Durbin
                    programming for at-risk adolescents
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, Wildwood Ranch Youth          $493,500  Conyers, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    Programs, MI
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Detroit, MI, Business to Youth Mentoring Project                 $188,000  Kilpatrick, Conyers, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Dominico-American Society, Corona, NY                            $188,000  Crowley
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Duval County, FL, Youth Advocate Program, Juvenile Justice       $258,500  Brown (Corrine)
                    Recidivism Reduction Project
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DOJ-Juv Justice    East Akron Community House Youth Programs, Akron, OH              $94,000  Ryan (Tim)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    East End Cooperative Ministry of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,         $376,000  Specter, Casey, Doyle
                    PA, for at-risk youth programs
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DOJ-Juv Justice    East Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, CA, for an anti-gang             $178,600  Boxer, Eshoo
                    initiative
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Eastern Michigan University Services for Teen Parents and        $564,000  Dingell, Levin (Carl), Stabenow
                    their Families, Ypsilanti, MI
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Eastern Shores of Maryland Education Consortium,                 $223,250  Mikulski, Cardin
                    Centerville, MD, to expand the dropout prevention program
                    to utilize a web-based curriculum
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DOJ-Juv Justice    El Centro de Accion Social Pena Juvenil Programs for Youth,       $94,000  Schiff
                    Pasadena, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    El Museo del Barrio Delinquency Prevention Program, New           $47,000  Rangel
                    York, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    El Museo del Barrio Juvenile Justice After School Programs,       $47,000  Maloney
                    New York, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    El Museo del Barrio's Educational Programs in the Bronx for       $94,000  Serrano
                    At-Risk Youth, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Elon University of Law, Juvenile Justice Intervention and        $235,000  Miller (Brad), Coble, Dole
                    Mediation Clinic, Greensboro, NC
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Elysian Valley United Community Services Center, Los              $65,800  Becerra
                    Angeles, CA, Giant Step Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Eon Youth Project, Tucson, AZ                                     $94,000  Grijalva
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Eskuwela Kultura Computer Lab, Los Angeles, CA                    $37,600  Becerra
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Essex County Sheriff's Office, Essex County, MA, for an          $223,250  Kennedy (Edward), Kerry, Tierney
                    oxycontin prevention program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Fairfax County, VA, Gang Prevention Programs                     $188,000  Moran (James)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Family and Children's Association, Mineola, NY, for the           $89,300  Schumer, Clinton, McCarthy
                    Hagedorn-Hempstead Initiative
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Father Maloney's Boy's Haven Life Skills Program,                 $47,000  Yarmuth
                    Louisville, KY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Fire Towns Community Center Youth Gang and Violence               $47,000  McCarthy (Carolyn)
                    Prevention Project, Lawrence, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Florida State Attorney's Community Prosecution Program           $376,000  Young (C.W.)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Fontana, CA Teen Center for After School Programs                 $94,000  Baca
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Four Oaks Family and Children's Services, Cedar Rapids, IA        $94,000  Boswell
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Franklin Community Action Programs for At-Risk Youth,            $211,500  Olver
                    Greenfield, MA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Freeport Pride Juvenile Diversion Program, Freeport, NY           $47,000  McCarthy (Carolyn)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Gateway Youth Outreach After School Homework Assistance          $305,500  McCarthy (Carolyn)
                    Program for At-Risk Youth, Elmont, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Girl Scouts of the USA, New York, NY, for outreach and           $188,000  Domenici, Schultz
                    volunteer training in New Mexico
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Girls Inc. of the Greater Peninsula, Operation: IMPACT,          $225,600  Scott (Bobby)
                    Hampton, VA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Girls, Inc.                                                      $470,000  Crenshaw, Bayh, Clinton, Lincoln, Pryor, Nelson (Bill),
                                                                                               Schumer, Hutchison
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Gladys Allen Brigham Community Center Youth Empowerment          $188,000  Olver
                    Services, Pittsfield, MA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Grand Rapids Public Schools, Grand Rapids, MI, for an            $178,600  Stabenow, Ehlers
                    academic prevention and workforces skills program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Grand Street Settlement, Manhattan, NY                           $188,000  Velazquez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Granite School District START program, Salt Lake City, UT        $211,500  Matheson, Hatch, Bennett
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Granite School District, Salt Lake City, UT, for school          $188,000  Hatch, Bennett, Matheson
                    district's gang violence prevention program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Gwen's Girls, Pittsburgh, PA                                      $94,000  Doyle
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Harlem RBI, Inc. Delinquency Prevention, New York, NY            $141,000  Rangel, Schumer, Clinton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Hidalgo County, TX, Truancy Program                              $517,000  Hinojosa
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Hillsborough County, FL Advocate Programs, Juvenile Justice      $141,000  Castor
                    Services Project
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Holy Family Institute, Pittsburgh, PA At-Risk Youth              $141,000  Altmire
                    Services
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Homenetmen Glendale Chapter After School Tutoring for At-         $47,000  Schiff
                    Risk Youth, Glendale, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties, Paris,       $200,000  Durbin
                    IL, to combating substance abuse among high-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    I Have a Dream Foundation, TX                                    $235,000  Granger
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Improved Solutions for Urban Systems, Dayton, OH, for an         $178,600  Brown (Sherrod), Voinovich, Turner
                    employment program for court-involved youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Partnership for At-Risk          $164,500  Carson, Bayh
                    Youth, IN
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Inner Harbor of Georgia - EXCEL Program                          $517,000  Westmoreland, Gingrey, Chambliss, Isakson
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Institute for International Sport Nonviolence Program,            $94,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
                    Kingston, RI
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Jackson, TN, Teen Crime Prevention Program                       $752,000  Tanner
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DOJ-Juv Justice    James L. Barnes CDC programs for at-risk youth, Dawson, GA        $47,000  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Juvenile Justice Center, Suffolk University Law School,          $493,500  Lynch, Kennedy (Edward), Kerry
                    Boston, MA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Juvenile Reentry Program, Essex County, NJ                        $94,000  Sires, Pascrell, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Karamu House, Cleveland, OH, for after-school programs for       $178,600  Brown (Sherrof), Voinovich
                    at-risk children in Cleveland, Ohio
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Kickstart, Houston, TX, to expand children's character            $94,000  Hutchison, Sessions (Pete)
                    development
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Kids Averted from Placement Services (KAPS), San Antonio,         $47,000  Hutchison, Gonzalez
                    TX, to prevent juvenile delinquency
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Kids Averted from Placement Services (KAPS), TX                  $211,500  Gonzalez, Hutchison
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DOJ-Juv Justice    KidsPeace Rhode Island                                            $94,000  Kennedy (Patrick)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    KidsPeace Therapeutic Services for At-Risk Foster Care           $282,000  Moran (James)
                    Youth, Alexandria, VA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    KidsPeace, Columbia, MD, for supportive services for foster      $357,200  Mikulski
                    care families
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DOJ-Juv Justice    KidsPeace, Inc., New Haven, CT, for a children's mental          $223,250  Dodd
                    health crisis pro- gram
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DOJ-Juv Justice    KidsPeace/West Virginia KidConnect, Moundsville, WV              $235,000  Mollohan
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Klingberg Family Centers Delinquency Prevention Initiative,      $540,500  Murphy (Christopher), DeLauro, Dodd, Lieberman
                    New Britain, CT
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DOJ-Juv Justice    La Esperanza Home for Boys, Austin, TX                           $705,000  Ortiz
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Lafayette/Oxford/University Angel Ranch, Oxford, MS, for          $47,000  Cochran
                    domestic services for victims of abuse
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Las Vegas, NV Youth Initiative                                   $164,500  Berkley, Porter, Reid
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Latino Pastoral Action Center Programs for At-Risk Youth,        $282,000  Serrano
                    Bronx, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Learning Through Listening Program, Cambridge, MA                $305,500  Capuano
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Lexington, MA, School Resource Officer Program                    $47,000  Markey
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Liberty Theater at-risk youth initiatives, Columbus, GA          $235,000  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Life Transformation Ministry, Americus, GA                        $47,000  Bishop (Sanford)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    LIFECamp Dropout Prevention Program, Jamaica, NY                 $117,500  Meeks
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Livingston County, NY, community service/youth court              $70,500  Reynolds
                    program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Long Island University, NY Arts for At-Risk Youth                $329,000  Ackerman
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Los Angeles Community Law Enforcement [LA CLEAR] and             $357,200  Feinstein, Berman
                    Recovery and Gang Reduction Programs, Los Angeles, CA, for
                    anti-gang intervention and prevention programs
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Los Angeles Conservation Corps Environmental Jobs Program         $94,000  Sanchez (Linda)
                    for At-Risk Youth, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Louisville Science Center at-risk youth programs, KY              $47,000  Yarmuth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Maplewood, NJ, At-Risk Youth Program                              $94,000  Payne, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Marcus Institute, Atlanta, GA                                    $940,000  Kingston, Linder, Johnson (Hank), Chambliss, Isakson
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Marcus Institute, Atlanta, GA, for providing remediation         $141,000  Chambliss, Isakson, Kingston, Linder, Johnson (Hank)
                    for the potential consequences of childhood abuse and
                    neglect
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Marion County, OR, Kids First Initiative                         $399,500  Hooley, Wyden, Smith (Gordon)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center Youth violence             $282,000  Lee
                    prevention program, Oakland, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, Rock Island, IL        $282,000  Hare
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center for At-Risk Youth,         $329,000  Serrano
                    Bronx, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Maryhurst Juvenile Delinquency Response Program,                  $47,000  Yarmuth
                    Louisville, KY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribe Youth Program, MA                 $282,000  Delahunt
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DOJ-Juv Justice    McKinley County, NM, Juvenile Substance Abuse Crisis Center      $352,500  Udall (Tom)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Miami-Dade County, FL, Juvenile Assessment Center                $352,500  Diaz-Balart (Lincoln)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Minnesota Teen Challenge                                         $235,000  Ramstad
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mobile, AL Team Focus Mentoring and Education                    $352,500  Bonner, Shelby
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Monterey County, Monterey County, CA, for a gang task force      $267,900  Boxer, Feinstein, Farr
                    in Monterey County
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Montgomery YMCA, Montgomery, AL, for after school                $470,000  Shelby
                    activities to at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, Bronx, NY                   $164,500  Crowley
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mother Cabrini High School POWER Program, New York, NY            $47,000  Rangel, Clinton, Schumer
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mother Cabrini High School, New York, NY, for an after           $178,600  Clinton, Schumer, Rangel
                    school program for at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    MUR -- Uniting Through Resolution, Los Angeles, CA                $70,500  Becerra
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Mural Arts Program for at-risk youth, Philadelphia, PA            $47,000  Fattah
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Muscogee County, GA, Marshal's Office Junior Marshal             $117,500  Bishop (Sanford)
                    Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Nassau County District Attorney's Office, Mineola, NY, for       $312,550  Clinton, Schumer, Israel
                    the Redirection Enforcement and Learning program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    National Community Renaissance                                   $258,500  Miller (Gary)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges             $940,000  Heller, DeLauro, Porter, Regula, Ensign, Reid, Hatch,
                                                                                               Bennett, Leahy, Biden, Clinton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    National Fatherhood Initiative, Gaithersburg, MD, for            $658,000  Shelby
                    fathers of the most at-risk children
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DOJ-Juv Justice    National Safe Place Youth Safety Awareness Initiative,           $211,500  Yarmuth
                    Louisville, KY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Neighborhood First Program, Inc. At-risk Youth Assistance,       $117,500  Murphy (Patrick)
                    Bristol, PA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Nelson Jordan Center Program for At-Risk Youth, Wheeling,         $23,500  Mollohan
                    WV
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DOJ-Juv Justice    New Directions for Youth Challenge Program for Gang and          $141,000  Sherman
                    Delinquency Prevention, Van Nuys, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    New Mexico Sheriff and Police Athletic League                    $658,000  Wilson (Heather), Udall (Tom), Domenici, Bingaman
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DOJ-Juv Justice    New Mexico Sheriff's and Police Athletic Leagues,                $446,500  Domenici, Bingaman, Wilson (Heather), Udall (Tom)
                    Albuquerque, NM, to continue to implement a gang
                    prevention program aimed at at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    New Song Urban Ministries, Baltimore, MD, for comprehensive      $401,850  Mikulski, Cummings
                    services to at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Newburgh Center Youth Violence and Gang Prevention, NY           $300,800  Hinchey
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Nez Perce Tribe, Lapwai, ID, to combat child abuse               $141,000  Craig, Crapo
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Nisqually Tribe of Washington Youth Justice Center               $446,500  Smith (Adam)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    No Workshops No Jumpshots program in Gary, IN                     $94,000  Visclosky
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DOJ-Juv Justice    North Carolina Central University Leadership Academy for         $282,000  Price (David)
                    African-American Males
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Northwest Oklahoma Family Services                               $352,500  Lucas
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Novato, CA, Juvenile Substance Abuse Program for Hamilton        $188,000  Woolsey
                    Communities
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Ocean Tides School, Narragansett, RI, to enhance its             $267,900  Reed, Whitehouse, Langevin
                    science and computer labs to encourage the study of
                    science and technology
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention Program,            $94,000  Rothman, Garrett, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    Teaneck, NJ
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention, Brooklyn, NY      $399,500  Weiner, McCarthy (Carolyn)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Olmstead County Community Services, Rochester, MN, to            $133,950  Coleman, Klobuchar
                    implement and sustain a performance based child protection
                    system preventing child abuse and neglect
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Operation Quality Time After School Program, Paradise            $564,000  Pastor
                    Valley, AZ
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Operation Save Our Streets, Miami, FL                             $94,000  Meek
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Oquirrh Recreation and Parks District, Kearns, UT, for            $47,000  Bennett, Hatch
                    after-school activities
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Outward Bound Adventures Gang Intervention Program,               $94,000  Schiff
                    Pasadena, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Overtown Youth Center, Miami, FL                                 $235,000  Meek
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DOJ-Juv Justice    PACE Center of Jacksonville, FL                                  $676,800  Crenshaw
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Para Los Ninos Youth Development Center, Los Angeles, CA         $235,000  Roybal-Allard
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Parent Corps, New York University Child Study Center, NY          $47,000  Maloney, Kennedy (Patrick), King (Peter), Clinton
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Parents in Action Project to prevent child maltreatment and      $446,500  Napolitano
                    gang involvement, Pomona, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Patterson Park Public Charter School, Baltimore, MD, for         $178,600  Mikulski
                    Rejecting Violence, Building Resilience--a school violence
                    prevention program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix Academy of Los Angeles, Services for Underserved         $517,000  Sherman, Harman, Napolitano, Roybal-Allard
                    Youth in LA County, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix Academy of Orange County Drug Treatment Program, CA      $188,000  Sanchez (Loretta)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix House Adolescent Drug Treatment Initiative for           $564,000  Sessions (Pete), Johnson (Eddie Bernice), McCaul,
                    Dallas Area Youth, TX                                                      Hutchison, Cornyn
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix House Adolescent Drug Treatment Initiative,               $94,000  Israel
                    Brentwood, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix House, Dallas, TX, for residential substance abuse        $94,000  Hutchison, Cornyn, McCaul, Johnson (Eddie Bernice),
                    treatment for adolescents                                                  Sessions (Pete)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix House, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, NY                   $173,900  King (Peter), Schumer
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Phoenix House, Yorktown, NY                                      $141,000  Hall (John)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Pico Union Housing programs for at-risk youth, Los Angeles,       $61,100  Becerra
                    CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Plaza de la Raza Community Ambassadors Program, Los              $141,000  Becerra
                    Angeles, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Police Athletic League Miccio Center in Red Hook, Brooklyn,       $94,000  Velazquez
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Prince George's County, MD, Juvenile Justice Center              $258,500  Wynn
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Program for Court-Involved Youth in Dayton, OH                   $352,500  Turner, Brown (Sherrod), Voinovich
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Project Amiga Transitional Life Skills for At-Risk Youth,         $47,000  Solis
                    South El Monte, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Project Avary, San Rafael, CA                                    $225,600  Pelosi, Woolsey
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Project Intercept, Brooklyn, NY                                  $235,000  Weiner, Schumer
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Prospect Park Alliance programs for at-risk youth,               $470,000  Clarke
                    Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Prospect Park Yeshiva Save Our Children After School              $47,000  Weiner
                    Program, Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Providence After School Alliance programs for at-risk            $423,000  Kennedy (Patrick), Langevin, Reed, Whitehouse
                    youth, Providence, RI
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Quad A for Kids, Rochester, NY                                    $28,200  Slaughter
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Quality of Life Center at-risk youth programs, Altadena, CA      $188,000  Schiff
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Queens Theatre in the Park, Flushing, NY Interventions for       $188,000  Ackerman
                    Juvenile Offenders
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Red River Children's Advocacy Center, Fargo, ND                  $258,500  Pomeroy, Dorgan, Conrad
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Residential Care Consortium, Omaha, NE, for a program for        $178,600  Nelson (Ben)
                    underprivileged, at-risk, and disadvantaged children,
                    young adults, and their families in a residential care
                    setting
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Richmond Police Activities League One-Stop Youth Center,         $423,000  Miller (George)
                    Richmond, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Richmond Youth Academy, Richmond, CA                             $188,000  Miller (George)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    RMBL, Richmond, VA                                               $141,000  Scott (Bobby)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Rockland County Youth Bureau Gang Prevention, New Square,        $352,500  Hall (John), Engel
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Rosemary Children's Services Positive Results Program,            $94,000  Schiff
                    Pasadena, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Running Rebels Gang Prevention Program, Milwaukee, WI            $141,000  Moore (Gwen)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Ruth Ellis Center Street Outreach Program, Highland Park,        $188,000  Conyers, Kilpatrick, Levin (Sander)
                    MI
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Ruth Ellis Center, Highland Park, MI, for an outreach            $178,600  Levin (Carl), Conyers, Kilpatrick
                    program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    S&B United Anti-Gang and Anti-Drug Program, Bronx, NY             $47,000  Serrano
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Safe and Sound, Baltimore, MD, for juvenile delinquency          $446,500  Mikulski
                    prevention through education
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Safe Haven After School and Mentoring Program, Columbia, SC      $470,000  Clyburn
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Safe Haven Program, Irvington, NJ                                 $94,000  Payne, Lautenberg, Menendez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    San Antonio Initiative for At-Risk Girls, TX                     $446,500  Gonzalez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    San Fernando Valley Communities in Schools, Gang                 $376,000  Berman
                    Intervention/Juvenile Justice Project, North Hills, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    San Francisco, CA, District Attorney's Office Community          $423,000  Pelosi
                    Response Networks
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DOJ-Juv Justice    San Jose, CA, BEST Gang Intervention Program                     $493,500  Honda, Lofgren
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sandy City, UT, Police Department Children At-Risk               $493,500  Matheson, Bennett
                    Intervention Program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Santa Clara County, CA, Juvenile Detention Evening               $364,720  Honda, Lofgren
                    Reporting Center
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Save Our Future/Mothers on the March After-School Program,       $338,400  Watson
                    Los Angeles, CA
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Save the Children Rural Literacy Program, Helena, AR             $235,000  Berry, Lincoln, Pryor
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Save the Children, Washington, DC, for juvenile delinquency      $223,250  Lincoln, Pryor
                    prevention programs
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Save the Children, Westport, CT, to operate after school         $188,000  Domenici, Bingaman
                    programs in New Mexico communities
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Save the Youth After-School and Summer Performing Arts           $235,000  Sires, Lautenberg, Menendez
                    Program for At-Risk Youth, Hoboken, NJ
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Search Institute, Minneapolis, MN, for South Dakota Healthy      $156,275  Johnson (Tim)-SD
                    Communities-Healthy Youth Initiative
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sephardic Community Center programs for at-risk youth,            $94,000  Weiner
                    Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Service Over Self, Georgetown, SC                                $235,000  Clyburn
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sexual Trauma Recovery Center, Orlando, FL                       $305,500  Brown (Corrine), Martinez
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DOJ-Juv Justice    SFI Anti-Drug Programs for At-Risk Youth, Bronx, NY               $94,000  Serrano
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Shedd Aquarium At-Risk Youth Mentoring Initiative, Chicago,       $47,000  Davis (Danny)
                    IL
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Shedd Aquarium, Chicago, IL, for a juvenile delinquency          $401,850  Obama
                    prevention program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sheriffs Youth Programs of Minnesota Vocational                   $47,000  Oberstar
                    Alternatives for Youth Offenders, Isanti, MN
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sheriffs Youth Programs of Minnesota, Inver Grove Heights,       $211,500  Walz
                    MN
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sheriffs Youth Programs of Minnesota, Marshall MN                $235,000  Peterson (Collin), Coleman, Klobuchar
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Sheriffs Youth Programs of MN                                     $94,000  Bachman
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Solar One Programs for At-Risk Youth, New York, NY               $164,500  Maloney
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DOJ-Juv Justice    South Queens Boys & Girls Club, Richmond Hill, NY                $282,000  Meeks
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DOJ-Juv Justice    South Sumter, SC Resource Center programs for at-risk youth      $282,000  Clyburn
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Southeastern North Dakota Community Action Agency, Fargo,        $352,500  Dorgan, Conrad
                    ND, to facilitate the coordination of community services
                    in response to child abuse
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Spectrum Youth and Family Services, Burlington, VT, to           $188,000  Leahy, Sanders
                    expand its services to at-risk youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, OR, for upgrades        $178,600  Wyden, Smith (Gordon), DeFazio
                    to school security equipment and technology
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DOJ-Juv Justice    St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD, Expand              $223,250  Johnson (Tim)-SD, Thune
                    programs and services for students
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens' Programs for At-Risk Youth,           $282,000  Sutton
                    Akron, OH
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DOJ-Juv Justice    State of Alaska, Juneau, AK, to support coordinate and           $197,400  Stevens
                    train law enforcement officers to teach drug abuse
                    resistance education
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DOJ-Juv Justice    State of Hawaii, Office of the Attorney General, City of         $607,240  Akaka
                    Honolulu, HI, for continuing improvements to the Juvenile
                    Justice Information System
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DOJ-Juv Justice    State of Vermont Judiciary, Office of Court Administrator,       $350,000  Leahy
                    Montpelier, VT, to develop a statewide court system that
                    integrates treatment and other services into the court
                    process 350,000
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Stony Point, NY, School Resource Officer                          $65,800  Hall (John)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    STOP Organization, Norfolk, VA                                   $291,400  Scott (Bobby)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Straight Ahead Ministries Ready4Work, Boston, MA                  $94,000  Capuano, McGovern
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Streetworkers Program, Institute for Study and Practice of       $352,500  Kennedy (Patrick), Langevin, Reed, Whitehouse
                    Nonviolence, Providence, RI
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DOJ-Juv Justice    SUNY Ulster/Bardavon at-risk youth programs, Stone Ridge,         $47,000  Hinchey
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    SUNY Ulster/Woodstock at-risk youth programs, Stone Ridge,        $28,200  Hinchey
                    NY
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Team Focus, Inc., Mobile, AL, for a youth mentoring program      $517,000  Shelby, Sessions (Jeff), Bonner
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Team Focus, Inc., Morgan, TX, to establish a youth                $94,000  Hutchison
                    mentoring program
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DOJ-Juv Justice    TechMission Youth Program, Boston, MA                             $47,000  McGovern
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DOJ-Juv Justice    TeenMates Mentoring Program, Lincoln, NE, for mentoring          $258,500  Nelson (Ben)
                    services to youth
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DOJ-Juv Justice    Temple Terrace, FL Phoenix House                                 $564,000  Castor, Bilirakis, Nelson (Bill)
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DOJ-Juv Justice    The Asbury Park Enrichment and Student Success Center,            $94,000  Pallone
                    Lincroft, NJ
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DOJ-Juv Justice    The Beloved Community Family Services, Chicago, IL               $305,500  Rush
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DOJ-Juv Justice    The East End Cooperative Ministry, Pittsburgh, PA                 $94,000  Doyle, Specter, Casey
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DOJ-Juv Justice    The Paul and Lisa Program, Essex, CT                             $658,000  Courtney, Lieberman
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