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1 U:\2019CONF\HJRes31Front.xml APPRO. SEN. [COMMITTEE PRINT] REPORT { } CONGRESS 116TH 1st HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Session 116- FURTHER APPROPRIATIONS FOR MAKING CONTINUING OF HOMELAND SECURITY FOR THE DEPARTMENT FIS- YEAR 2019, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES CAL , 2019.-0rdered to be printed _______ , from the committee of conference, ________ the submitted following CONFERENCE REPORT [To accompany H.J. Res. 31] committee of conference on the disagreeing The of the two votes Houses the amendment of the on to the joint resolution Senate (H.J. Res. 31), making further continuing appropriations for the Department of Security for fiscal year 2019, and for Homeland purposes, free met, after full and other conference, have having their to and do recommend to agreed respective Houses recommend as follows: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment with of and agree to the same Senate an amendment as fol- the lows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment, insert the following: February 13, 2019 (8:12 p.m.)

2 U:\2019CONF\HJRes31Front.xml APPRO. SEN. 2 SHORT 1 SECTION TITLE. 1. Act 2 cited as the "Consolidated Appro- be may This 2019". Act, priations 3 2. TABLE 4 CONTENTS. SEC. OF 1. title. Sec. Short Table 2. contents. of Sec. References. 3. Sec. 4. Statement of appropriations. Sec. Availability of funds. 5. Sec. 6. Adjustments compensation. to Sec. Sec. 7. Technical correction. DIVISION A-DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY ACT, 2019 APPROPRIATIONS I-Departmental Management, Operations, Intelligence, and Oversight Title Title Enforcement, and Investigations II-Security, Title Preparedness, Response, and Recovery III-Protection, Title IV-Research, Development, Training, and Services Title V-General Provisions DIVISION B-AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT, AND APPROPRIA- AGENCIES ADMINISTRA'TION, DRUG RELATED ACT, TIONS 2019 I-Agricultural Programs Title Title II-Farm Production Conservation Programs and III-Rural Programs Development Title Title Food Programs IV-Domestic Title V-Foreign Assistance and Related Programs Title VI-Related Agency and Food and Drug Administration VII-General Provisions Title DIVISION C-COMMERCE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED JUSTICE, APPROPRIATIONS AGENCIES 2019 ACT, Title I-Department of Commerce Title II-Department Justice of Title III-Science Title IV-Related Agencies Title V-General Provisions February 13, 2019 (8:12 p.m.)

3 U:\2019CONF\HJRes31Front.xml SEN. APPRO. 3 DIVISION AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT D-FINANCIAL SERVICES 2019 ACT, APPROPRIATIONS Title I-Department of the Treasury Title of the President and Funds Appropriated to the II-Executive Office President Title III-The Judiciary Title of IV-District Columbia Title V-Independent Agencies Title Act VI-General Provisions-This Title VII-General Provisions-Government-wide Title Provisions-District VIII-General Columbia of DIVISION E-DEPARTMENT INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, OF THE AGENCIES 2019 ACT, RELATED AND APPROPRIATIONS Title I-Department the Interior of Title Protection Agency II-Environmental Title III-Related Agencies Title IV-General Provisions DIVISION OF STATE, FOREIGN OPERATIONS, F-DEPARTMENT RELATED PROGRAMS APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2019 AND Title I-Department of State and Related Agency Title II-United Agency for International Development States Title III-Bilateral Economic Assistance Title Security IV-International Assistance Title V-Multilateral Assistance VI-Export and Investment Assistance Title Title Provisions VII-General 1 errorism Operations/Global War on Contingency VIII-Overseas '1 Title G-TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOP- DIVISION MENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2019 Title I-Department Transportation of Title II-Department Housing and Urban Development of Title Agencies III-Related Title IV-General Provisions-This Act AND H-EXTENSIONS, TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS, DIVISION MATTERS OTHER I-Immigration Extensions Title Corrections II-Technical Title Title III-Budgetary Effects February 13, 2019 (8:12 p.m.)

4 U:\2019CONF\HJRes31Front.xml SEN. APPRO. 4 1 REFERENCES TO ACT. SEC. 3. as provided otherwise, any reference 2 Except expressly "this Act" contained in any division of this shall Act to 3 4 be provisions only treated the as of that divi- referring to SlOn. 5 6 SEC. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS. 4. The sums in this Act are appropriated, out 7 following of any money in the Treasury not 8 appropriated, otherwise 9 for fiscal 2019. ending September 30, the year SEC. 5. AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS. 10 11 Each amount designated in this Act by the Congress 12 for Contingency Operations/Global War on Ter- Overseas rorism to section 25l(b)(2)(A)(ii) of the Bal- 13 pursuant anced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control 14 of 1985 Act 15 be available ( or shall if applicable) only if the rescinded, 16 President subsequently so designates all such amounts 17 and such designations to the Congress. transmits SEC. 6. ADJUSTMENTS TO COMPENSATION. 18 19 For a payment to Joe Anne Jones, widow of Walter Carolina, 20 Jones Jr., late a Representative from North B. 21 $174,000. February 13, 2019 (8:12 p.m.)

5 U :\2019CONF\HJRes31Front.xml APPRO. SEN. 5 SEC. CORRECTION. 7. 1 TECHNICAL of O Consolidated Appropriations Act, Division 2 the (Public 3 2018 is Law 115-141) amended- in the (1) by inserting "Stephen Sepp" 4 heading, and "Wildfire"; 5 before follows: by section 101 to read 6 amending (2) as "SEC. 101. SHORT TITLE. 7 " (a) SHORT TITLE .-This division may be cited as 8 the 'Stephen Sepp Wildfire Suppression Funding and For- 9 10 est Activities Act'. Management "(b) Wildfire reference to the 11 Sup- REFERENCES.-A 12 Funding and Forest Management Activities Act, pression 13 including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, the 14 to refer to deemed Stephen Sepp Wildfire Suppres- is 15 sion Funding and Forest Management Activities Act.''. February 13, 2019 (8:12 p.m.)

6 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml DIVISION A-DEPARTMENT HOME- 1 OF SECURITY 2 APPROPRIATIONS LAND 3 2019 ACT, 4 TITLE I DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT, OPERATIONS, 5 AND 6 INTELLIGENCE, OVERSIGHT OFFICE THE SECRETARY AND EXECUTIVE 7 OF 8 MANAGEMENT 9 OPERATIONS .A.1~D SUPPORT 10 necessary expenses of the Office of the Secretary For 11 for executive management for operations and support, and to That not exceed $30,000 shall Provided, $141,381,000: 12 13 for official reception and representation expenses: Pro- be 14 vided further, That of the funds provided under this head- 15 ing, shall be withheld from obligation until $13,000,000 of the with section 106 complies this Act and Secretary 16 $13,000,000 shall be 17 from obligation until the withheld 18 Secretary provides the first report on border apprehen- 19 sions required under this heading by the report accom- 20 panying Act. this MANAGEMENT 21 DIRECTORATE 22 OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT 23 For necessary expenses of the Management Direc- 24 $1,083,837,000: for operations and support, torate Pro- February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

7 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 2 l not to exceed $2,000 shall be for official recep- vided, That and expenses. representation tion 2 CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS 3 PROCUREMENT, necessary of For the Management Direc- 4 expenses for procurement, construction, and improvements, 5 torate $175,920,000, of which $55,920,000 shall remain avail- 6 able until 7 September and which 2021; of 30, 8 $120,000,000 available until September 30, shall remain 2023, and shall be 9 to and merged with the transferred 10 Services Administration's Federal Buildings General 11 for Department of Homeland Security headquarters Fund 12 consolidation at St. Elizabeths: Provided, That not later 13 than days prior to any such transfer of funds, the Sec- 30 retary Homeland Security and the Administrator of of 14 General Services shall provide to 15 Committees on Ap- the 16 of the Senate propriations the House of Representa- and 17 tives a detailed plan delineating the proposed use of such 18 transferred such headquarters consolidation funds for 19 project. 20 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT For necessary expenses of the Management Direc- 21 torate for research and development, $2,545,000, to re- 22 2020. 23 available until September 30, main February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

8 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 3 1 AND OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE, ANALYSIS, 2 COORDINATION AND SUPPORT OPERATIONS 3 .. expenses necessary the Office of Intelligence For 4 of Analysis and the Office 5 Operations Coordination and of and support, $253,253,000, of which for 6 operations shall remain available until September 30, 7 $78,299,000 That Provided, for not to exceed $3,825 shall be 8 2020: official reception 9 expenses not to and and representation $2,000,000 10 available for facility needs associated exceed is with secure 11 at fusion centers, including improve- space 12 to buildings. ments OFFICE OF 13 GENERAL INSPECTOR 14 OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT 15 For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector and support, $168,000,000: Pro- 16 General operations for be vided, to exceed $300,000 may not used for cer- 17 That tain confidential operational expenses, including the pay- 18 of ment informants, to be expended at the direction of the 19 20 Inspector General. 21 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS 22 SEC. 101. Not later than 30 days after the last day Financial 23 month, the Chief each Officer of the Depart- of 24 ment of Homeland Security shall submit to the Commit- the 25 on Appropriations of the Senate and tees House of February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

9 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 4 1 budget and staffing report that Representatives a monthly total of the Department for that includes 2 obligations and for the fiscal year at the appropriation and 3 month project, and activity levels, by the source year 4 program, the appropriation. 5 of 102. (a) SEC. Secretary of Homeland Security 6 The shall submit 7 report not a later October 15, 2019, than to the General of the Department of Homeland 8 Inspector grants and contracts awarded by any Security all 9 listing means other 10 full and open competition during fiscal than 11 2018 and 2019. years the report re- (b) The 12 General shall review Inspector 13 quired by subsection (a) to assess departmental compli- 14 ance applicable laws with regulations and the and report of that results to the Committees on Appropriations 15 review later the Senate and the House of Representatives not of 16 than February 15, 2020. 17 SEC. Security The Secretary of Homeland 18 shall 103. 19 that all contracts of the Department of Homeland require success- to that provide award fees link such fees Security 20 terms ful outcomes, which shall be specified 21 acquisition in 22 of cost, schedule, and performance. 23 SEC. 104. The Secretary of Homeland Security, in the Secretary of the Treasury, shall no- 24 with consultation and Senate the Committees on Appropriations of the tify 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

10 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 5 1 of Representatives of any proposed transfers the House 31, funds section 9705(g)(4)(B) of title under available of 2 1 United 3 the Department of States 1 Code reasury from the Forfeiture to any agency Fund the Department of 4 within Homeland Security: Provided, That 5 of the funds none 6 for such a transfer may be obligated until the identified Committees Appropriations of the Senate and the 7 on House of Representatives are notified of 8 proposed the 9 transfers. SEC. 105. All 10 costs associated with the use official 11 of Government aircraft by Department of Homeland Secu- 12 rity to support official travel of the Secretary personnel and Deputy Secretary shall be paid from amounts 13 the made available for the Office of the Secretary. 14 15 SEC. Section 107 of the Department of Home- 106. land Security Appropriations Act, 2018 (division F of 16 17 Public Law 115-141), related to visa overstay data, shall except 18 fiscal year 2019, in that the reference to apply 19 "this Act" shall be treated as referring to this Act, and referring 20 reference to "2017" shall be treated as the to 21 "2018". February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

11 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 6 1 TITLE II ENFORCEMENT, 2 AND SECURITY, 3 INVESTIGATIONS U.S. BORDER PROTECTION AND CUSTOMS 4 SUPPORT AND 5 OPERATIOKS necessary expenses of U.S. Customs 6 Border For and Protection operations and support, including the trans- 7 for of unaccompanied minor aliens; the provision of 8 portation air and agen- support to Federal, State, and local marine 9 cies in enforcement or administration of laws enforced 10 the by Department of Homeland Security; at the discre- 11 the 12 of the Secretary of Homeland Security, the provision tion 13 such support to Federal, of and local agencies in State, 14 other law enforcement and emergency humanitarian ef- 15 forts; purchase and lease of up to 7,500 (6,500 for the replacement police-type vehicles; the purchase, main- 16 only) tenance, or operation of marine vessels, aircraft, and un- 17 manned 18 systems; and contracting with individuals aerial 19 personal services abroad; $12,179,729,000; of which for Maintenance Harbor the be derived shall $3,274,000 20 from Trust the for administrative expenses related to 21 col- }1-,und 22 of lection the Harbor Maintenance Fee pursuant to section 23 9505(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 24 9505(c)(3)) U.S.C. and notwithstanding section 25 151l(e)(l) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

12 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 7 1 of which $2,000,000,000 shall be avail- U.S.C. 55l(e)(l)); and of which such sums until 30, 2020; 2 able September become available in the Customs as Fee Account, ex- User 3 sums subject to section cept of the Consoli- 4 13031(f)(3) (19 1985 Budget Reconciliation Act of Omnibus 5 dated that account; and be derived from 6 U.S.C. 58c(f)(3)), shall of $58,710,000 is for additional customs officers: 7 which 8 That not to exceed $34,425 shall be for official Provided, representation expenses: Provided further, and reception 9 shall That 10 exceed $150,000 not be available for pay- to 11 ment for rental space in connection with preclearance op- 12 erations: further, That not to exceed $1,000,000 Provided to shall awards of compensation for informants, to be 13 be accounted for solely under the certificate of the 14 Secretary 15 Homeland Security. of PROCUREMENT, AND IMPROVEMENTS 16 CONSTRUCTION, For necessary 17 of U.S. Customs and Border expenses 18 Protection for procurement, construction, and improve- 19 ments, procurements to buy marine vessels, air- including and unmanned aerial systems, $2,515,878,000, of craft, 20 21 which $870,656,000 shall remain available until Sep- 22 30, 2021, tember and of which $1,645,222,000 shall re- 23 main available until September 30, 2023. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

13 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 8 1 AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT U.S. IMMIGRATION AND SUPPORT 2 OPERATIONS expenses of 3 Immigration and necessary For U.S. Enforcement for operations and support, includ- 4 Customs re- ing and lease of up to 3,790 (2,350 for purchase 5 the placement only) police-type vehicles; overseas vetted units; 6 and maintenance, minor construction, and minor leasehold 7 at and leased facilities; owned 8 improvements of which shall remain avail- $7,542,153,000; $6,000,000 9 until 10 for efforts to enforce laws against able expended forced child 11 of which $75,448,000 shall remam labor; 12 until September 30, 2020; of which $1,500,000 available 13 for paid apprenticeships for participants in the Human is 14 Exploitation Rescue Operative Child-Rescue Corps; of 15 which less than $15,000,000 shall be available for in- not vestigation of property rights violations, in- 16 intellectual eluding of the National Intellectual Property 17 operation Rights Coordination Center; and 18 which not less than of 19 shall be for enforcement, detention, and $4,273,857,000 removal operations, including transportation of unaccom- 20 21 panied minor aliens: Provided, That not to exceed $11,475 22 shall for official reception and representation expenses: be 23 further, That not to exceed $10,000,000 shall be Provided 24 available until expended for conducting special operations Enforcement 25 section 3131 of the Customs under Act of February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

14 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 9 1 U.S.C. 2081): Provided further, That not to ex- 1986 (19 to $2,000,000 for awards of compensation be ceed shall 2 under the certificate for 3 informants, to be accounted solely the Secretary of Homeland Security: Provided further, of 4 That not to exceed $11,216,000 shall be available 5 fund to Federal agencies for the costs associ- 6 reimburse other or ated the care, maintenance, and repatriation of with 7 smuggled aliens unlawfully present in the United States: 8 Provided That of the funds made available under further, 9 this heading, $10,000,000 shall be withheld from obliga- 10 11 tion until the first report required by section 22 6 has been 12 made on a publicly accessible website. available PROCUREMENT, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS 13 AND necessary For of U.S. Immigration and 14 expenses Customs Enforcement for procurement, construction, and 15 improvements, 16 to remain available until Sep- $45,559,000, not tember 2021; of which 17 less than $10,000,000 shall 30, 18 be available for facilities repair and maintenance projects. 19 TRANSPORTATION ADMINISTRATION SECURITY OPERATIONS SUPPORT 20 AND J1...,or necessary expenses of the 21 Secu- Transportation rity Administration for operations and support, 22 23 $7,410,079,000, to remain available until September 30, exceed 24 That not to Provided, $7,650 shall be for 2020: 25 official reception and representation expenses: Provided February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

15 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 10 l security service fees authorized under section further, That shall of United States Code, 49, be credited 44940 title 2 this appropriation as offsetting 3 to collections shall and be Provided further, That only for available security: 4 aviation the sum appropriated under this heading 5 the general from 6 shall be reduced on a dollar- for-dollar basis as such fund during fiscal year 2019 offsetting are received 7 collections so as to result in a final 8 year appropriation from fiscal not than more at estimated the fund general 9 10 $4,740,079,000. 11 PROCUREMENT, CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS 12 For expenses of the Transportation Secu- necessary rity Administration procurement, construction, and 13 for improvements, to remain available until 14 $169,789,000, September 30, 2021. 15 16 RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND }1-,or Transportation expenses of the 17 Secu- necessary rity Administration for research and development, 18 19 $20,594,000, to remain available until September 30, 20 2020. COAST 21 GUARD 22 OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT For 23 expenses of the Coast Guard for oper- necessary to not and support including purchase or lease of ations 24 re- for 25 passenger motor vehicles, which shall be exceed 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

16 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 11 or lease of small boats for con- 1 placement purchase only; of and ( at a unit cost requirements not emergent tingent 2 3 more and repairs and service-life replace- than $700,000) not ments, exceed a total of $31,000,000; purchase, 4 to lease, improvements of boats necessary for overseas de- 5 or to and activities; payments section pursuant ployments 6 Law 97-377 (42 U.S.C. 402 note; 96 Stat. 156 of Public 7 and recreation and welfare; $7,808,201,000, of 1920); 8 which $505,000,000 shall be for defense-related activities, 9 of 10 $165,000,000 is designated which the for by Congress Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on Ter- 11 pursuant to section 251(b)(2)(A)(ii) of the Bal- rorism 12 13 anced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985; 14 of $24,500,000 shall be derived from the Oil Spill which the Liability to carry out Fund purposes of section Trust 15 (33 of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 U.S.C. 1012(a)(5) 16 2712(a)(5)); which $11,000,000 shall remain available 17 of until 18 30, 2021; and of which $13,469,000 shall September 19 remain available until September 30, 2023, for environ- and restoration: Provided, rrhat not to 20 mental compliance exceed for shall be 21 official reception and represen- $23,000 22 tation expenses: Provided further, That $25,000,000 shall 23 be withheld from obligation for Coast Guard Headquarters 24 until a future-years capital investment plan Directorates 25 for fiscal years 2020 through 2024 is submitted to the February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

17 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 12 1 Appropriations of Committees on and the the Senate this Representatives to section 2 of pursuant House of 217 Act. 3 CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS 4 PROCUREl\IENT, necessary 5 of the Coast Guard for pro- expenses For and improvements, including aids construction, curement, 6 at De- shore facilities (including navigation, to 7 facilities partment installations used by the Coast of Defense 8 vessels and aircraft, including equipment re- and Guard), 9 lated thereto, $2,248,260,000, to remain available until 10 September 2023, of which $20,000,000 shall be de- 11 30, rived 12 the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund to carry out from 13 the purposes of section 1012(a)(5) of the Oil Pollution Act 14 of (33 U.S.C. 2712(a)(5)). 1990 RESEARCH AND 15 DEVELOPMENT necessary re- of the Coast Guard for For 16 expenses 17 search and development; and for maintenance, rehabilita- tion, lease, and 18 of facilities and equipment; operation 19 to remain available until September 30, $20,256,000, be 2021, which $500,000 shall 20 derived from of the Oil 21 Spill Liability Trust Fund to carry out the purposes of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (33 22 of section 1012(a)(5) U.S.C. 2712(a)(5)): Provided, 'I1hat there may be credited 23 funds appropriation and used for the purposes of this to 24 25 received from State and local governments, other public February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

18 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 13 1 sources, and foreign countries for ex- authorities, private incurred 2 development, testing, and for research, penses 3 evaluation. RETIRED PAY 4 retired pay, including the payment of 5 For obligations otherwise to lapsed appropriations for this pur- 6 chargeable under the Retired Serviceman's Family payments 7 pose, Protection and Survivor Benefits 8 payment for ca- Plans, 9 status bonuses, payment of continuation pay under reer section of title 37, United States Code, concurrent 10 356 receipts, combat-related special compensation, and pay- 11 and their de- ments retired personnel care 12 of for medical 10, pendents chapter 55 of title 13 United States Code, under 14 $1,739,844,000, to remain available until expended. 15 UNITED SECRET SERVICE STATES OPERATIONS .AND 16 SUPPORT necessary expenses For the United States Secret 17 of Service for operations and support, including purchase of 18 not 19 exceed 652 vehicles for police-type use for replace- to ment only; hire of passenger motor vehicles; purchase of 20 21 motorcycles made in the United States; hire of aircraft; rental buildings in the District of Columbia; fencing, of 22 23 guard booths, and other facilities on private or lighting, 24 other property not in Government ownership or control, protective may be necessary to perform functions; con- 25 as February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

19 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 14 1 and participation in firearms matches; presen- duct of 2 tation of conduct of behavioral research in sup- awards; in payment operations; and intelligence of port protective 3 for commercial accommodations as may be 4 advance nec- essary to perform protective functions; and payment, with- 5 out regard to section 5702 of title 6 United States Code, 5, 7 subsistence expenses of employees who are on protective of missions, at or away from their duty stations; whether 8 avail- of which $40,036,000 shall remain $2,148,528,000; 9 able until September 30, 2020, and of which $6,000,000 10 for shall for a grant be activities related to investigations 11 12 of missing and exploited children; and of which up to 13 $9,500,000 be for calendar year 2018 premium pay may the in the annual equivalent of of limitation on the 14 excess rate of pay contained in section 5547(a) of title 5, 15 United 16 Code, pursuant to section 2 of the Overtime Pay States 2016 17 Services Act of Protective (5 U.S.C. 554 7 note), for 18 as amended by Public Law 115-160: Provided, That not 19 to $19,125 shall be for official reception and rep- exceed That not to exceed resentation expenses: Provided further, 20 21 $100,000 shall be to provide technical assistance and 22 to foreign law enforcement organizations in equipment 23 criminal investigations within the jurisdiction of the States Secret Service. 24 United February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

20 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 15 1 AND PROCUREMENT, IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCTION, 2 expenses United States Secret the of necessary For improvements, and Service 3 procurement, construction, for to 4 available until September 30, $97,131,000, remain 2021. 5 AND 6 DEVELOPMENT RESE.ARCH necessary expenses 7 the United States Secret For of to development, re- and $2,500,000, research Service 8 for main available September 30, 2020. 9 until PROVISIONS ADMINISTRATIVE 10 201. Section 201 11 the Department of Home- SEC. of land Security Appropriations 12 2018 ( division F of Act, 13 Law 115-141), related to overtime compensation Public 14 shall apply with respect to funds made avail- limitations, 15 able in this Act in the same manner as such section ap- that Act, except that "fis- 16 plied funds made available in to cal "fiscal 2019" shall be substituted for 17 year 2018". year SEC. Funding 18 made available under the head- 202. "U.S. Customs and Border Protection-Operations ings 19 20 and Support" and "U.S. Customs and Border Protec- 21 tion-Procurement, Improvements" Construction, and be available shall customs expenses when necessary to 22 for maintain operations and prevent adverse personnel actions 23 Puerto Rico in addition to funding provided by section in 24 States Code. of title 48, United 740 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

21 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 16 1 As authorized by section 60l(b) of the SEC. 203. Agreement Im- Trade Promotion States-Colombia 2 United Law 112-42), fees collected Act plementation 3 (Public an ad- or Mexico, arriving from passengers from 4 Canada, island the to section 1303l(a)(5) of jacent Con- 5 pursuant Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (19 6 solidated U.S.C. 7 shall be available until expended. 58c(a)(5)) 8 204. For an additional amount for "U.S. Cus- SEC. Border Protection-Operations and Support", and toms 9 $31,000,000, to remain available until expended, to be re- 10 duced amounts 11 collected and credited to this appropria- by from 12 fiscal year 2019 in amounts authorized to be tion 13 collected by section 286(i) of the Immigration and Nation- 14 ality Act 1356(i)), section 10412 of the Farm (8 U.S.C. and 2002 Investment Act of Security (7 U.S.C. 15 Rural 8311), section 817 of the Trade Facilitation and 16 and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 (Public Law 114-25), or 17 other authorizing language: Provided, That to the ex- such 18 tent that amounts realized from such collections exceed 19 in excess of $31,000,000 20 $31,000,000, those amounts 21 shall credited to this appropriation, to remain available be until 22 expended. SEC. 205. None of 23 funds made available in this the 24 Act for U.S. Customs and Protection may be used Border 25 to prevent an individual not in the business of importing February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

22 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 17 1 (within the meaning of section 801(g) a prescription drug Act) the Drug, and Cosmetic Food, from im- Federal 2 of complies that drug from Canada prescription porting a 3 4 with Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: Provided, the Federal this section shall apply only to individuals trans- That 5 porting on their person 6 quantity of the pre- a personal-use 7 drug, not to exceed a 90-day supply: scription Provided 8 That the prescription drug may not be- further, (1) a controlled substance, as defined in section 9 the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 102 of 10 802); or 11 as defined in section (2) a biological 12 product, 13 351 of the Public Health Service Act ( 42 U.S.C. 14 262). SEC. 206. any other proV1s10n of 15 Notwithstanding this the Act funds provided in other or any of law, 16 none shall be used to 17 a waiver of the navigation and approve 18 laws pursuant to section 50l(b) of title vessel-inspection 19 United States Code, for the transportation of crude 46, Re- Petroleum Strategic the and to from distributed 20 oil serve con- the Secretary of Homeland Security, after 21 until 22 with sultation the Secretaries of the Departments of En- 23 ergy and Transportation and representatives from the adequate 24 flag maritime industry, takes States United 25 measures to ensure the use of United States flag vessels: February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

23 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 18 l the Secretary shall notify the Committees Provided, That Appropriations of 2 on the House the Rep- and Senate of 3 resentatives, on Commerce, Science, and the Committee of Transportation Senate, and the Committee on 4 the Transportation Infrastructure of the House of Rep- 5 and resentatives within 6 business days of any request for 2 and vessel-inspection laws pursuant 7 of navigation waivers States to of title 46, United 501(b) Code, with re- 8 section of the disposition such and transportation, to spect 9 such requests. 10 SEC. 207. (a) Beginning 11 the date of enactment on shall Security Homeland of the Secretary Act, this 12 of not- 13 establish, collect, or otherwise impose any 14 ( 1) border crossing fee on individuals crossing the 15 new Southern border or the Northern 16 at a land border 17 of entry; or port imposition (2) any study 18 to the conduct relating 19 of a border crossing fee. 20 (b) In this the term "border crossing fee" section, means 21 that every pedestrian, cyclist, and driver and a fee 22 passenger of a private motor vehicle is required to pay the 23 privilege of crossing the Southern border or the for 24 Northern border at a land port of entry. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

24 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 19 1 Without regard to the limitation as to time SEC. 208. Act, condition 503(d) of this section the Secretary and of 2 reprogram within and transfer funds to "U.S. Immi- may 3 and Customs Enforcement-Operations and Sup- gration 4 aliens as to port" the detention of necessary ensure 5 6 prioritized for removal. SEC. 209. None of the funds provided under the 7 8 "U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement- heading Operations Support" may be used to continue a dele- and 9 sec- under authorized authority enforcement of gation 10 law tion 287(g) of the Immigration and Nationality 11 (8 Act 12 U.S.C. 1357(g)) if the Department of Homeland Security 13 Inspector General determines that the terms of the agree- ment the delegation of authority have been ma- governing 14 terially violated. 15 210. None of funds provided under the SEC. the 16 heading "U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement- 17 18 Operations Support" may be used to continue any and detention 19 the provision of for services if the two contract 20 most recent overall performance evaluations received by 21 facility are less contracted "adequate" or the the than equivalent median score in any subsequent performance 22 evaluation 23 system. SEC. 211. Members of the United States House of 24 Senate, and the United States including Representatives 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

25 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 20 1 the heads of Federal agencies and commis- the leadership; including sions, 2 Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Under the and Assistant Secretaries of the Department 3 Secretaries, of Homeland the United States Attorney Gen- 4 Security; Deputy Attorney General, Assistant Attorneys Gen- 5 eral, eral, and the United States Attorneys; 6 senior mem- and the Executive Office of the President, including of 7 bers the of the Office of Management and Budget, Director 8 shall not be exempt from Federal passenger and baggage 9 screenmg. 10 SEC. Security Any award by the Transportation 11 212. Administration to deploy explosives detection systems 12 13 shall be based on risk, the airport's current reliance on 14 other lobby congestion resulting in in- screening solutions, security injury high creased rates, airport readi- concerns, 15 and increased cost effectiveness. ness, 16 SEC. 213. Notwithstanding section 44923 of title 49, 17 2019, United for fiscal year Code, any funds in States 18 the Aviation Security Capital Fund established by section 19 States Code, may be used United 20 44923(h) of title 49, 21 for procurement and installation of explosives detec- the issuance the of other transaction agree- or for tion 22 systems 23 ments for the purpose of funding projects described in sec- title. 24 44923(a) of such tion February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

26 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 21 1 None of the funds made available by this SEC. 214. the any may be used by Act Administrator of or other 2 Transportation Security Administration to implement, 3 the in abrogation of the responsibility administer, or 4 enforce, described section 44903(n)(l) of title 49, United States 5 in Code, any requirement that airport operators 6 air- provide the ster- to monitor exit points from 7 staffing port-financed which area any airport at of the Transportation Secu- 8 ile rity Administration provided such monitoring as of De- 9 cember 1, 2013. 10 this SEC. None of the funds made 11 by 215. available 12 Act under the heading "Coast Guard-Operations and 13 Support" shall be for expenses incurred for recreational 14 vessels section 12114 of title 46, United States under are Code, the extent fees to collected from owners 15 except of yachts and credited to the appropriation made available 16 by 17 Act under the heading "Coast Guard-Operations this the and Provided, That to 18 extent such fees are Support": 19 insufficient to pay expenses of recreational vessel docu- such section 12114, and there is a back- under 20 mentation log recreational 21 vessel applications, personnel per- of forming non-recreational vessel documentation functions 22 23 under subchapter II of chapter 121 of title 46, United section Code, may perform documentation under States 24 25 12114. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

27 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 22 1 Without regard to the limitation as to time SEC. 216. Act, condition 503(d) of this section after June and of 2 up to $10,000,000 may be reprogrammed to or 3 30, from the 4 Military Allowances category within and funding Pay Guard-Operations and Support" in accordance "Coast 5 with subsection (a) of section 503 6 this Act. of 217. Notwithstanding any other provis10n of SEC. 7 Commandant of the Coast Guard shall submit the law, 8 and the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate to 9 the House of Representatives a future-years capital invest- 10 under ment as 11 in the second proviso plan the described 12 heading "Coast Guard-Acquisition, Construction, and 13 Improvements" in the Department of Homeland Security 14 Appropriations 2015 (Public Law 114-4), which shall Act, pro- be requirements in the third and fourth the 15 subject to visos under such heading. 16 SEC. 218. The United States Secret Service is 17 au- 18 to obligate funds in anticipation of reimburse- thorized in ments executive agencies, as defined 19 section 105 from 20 of title 5, United States Code, for personnel receiving 21 training by the James J. Rowley Training Cen- sponsored the that total obligations at end of the fiscal ter, 22 except 23 year shall not exceed total budgetary resources available 24 the heading "United States Secret Service-Oper- under 25 ations and Support" at the end of the fiscal year. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

28 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 23 made of the funds None available to the SEC. 219. 1 or States by this Act Service by previous Secret 2 United protec- may be made available for the Acts 3 appropriations Sec- the than of of agency other head the 4 tion a Federal retary Homeland Security: Provided, That the Director 5 of of the United States Secret 6 may enter into agree- Service 7 to provide such protection on a fully reimbursable ments basis. 8 220. For purposes of SEC. 503(a)(3) of this section 9 within reprogrammed be may $15,000,000 up Act, 10 to "United States Secret Service-Operations and Support". 11 for SEC. 221. made available in this Act Funding 12 13 "United States Secret Service-Operations and Support" 14 is available for travel of United States Secret Service em- 15 ployees protective missions without regard to the limi- on any or other Act if tations such expenditures in this 16 on the Director of the United States Secret Service or 17 a des- 18 notifies the Committees on Appropriations of the ignee Representatives 19 the House of and 10 or more days Senate 20 in advance, or as early as practicable, prior to such ex- 21 penditures. days SEC. Not later of 90 222. after the date than 22 23 the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Se- the an expenditure plan for amounts submit shall 24 curity "U.S. Customs and Border Protec- made available for 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

29 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 24 1 and Improvements" to tion-Procurement, Construction, Committees of the Senate and the on the Appropriations 2 Provided, That no such of House 3 Representatives: 4 amounts obligated may to the submission of such be prior plan. 5 Contin- 223. made available 6 Overseas Funds SEC. for gency Operations/Global 7 on War under the Terrorism "Coast Guard-Operations and Support'' may be 8 heading allocated by project, and activity, notwith- 9 program, section 503 of this Act. 10 standing SEC. 224. (a) None 11 the funds provided by this Act of 12 any other Act, or or from any accounts in the provided 13 Treasury of the United States derived by the collection the components funded by this Act, 14 of available to fees of may by the Secretary used Homeland Security to 15 be place in detention, remove, refer for a decision 16 whether 17 initiate removal proceedings, or initiate removal pro- to ceedings against a sponsor, potential sponsor, or member 18 19 of a household of a sponsor or potential of an un- sponsor in accompanied 20 ( as defined alien section 462 (g) of child 21 the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 279(g))) 22 on information based shared by the Secretary of Health 23 and Human Services. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

30 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 25 1 (a) shall (b) Subsection if not a background apply of a potential sponsor, 2 member sponsor, a of check or reveals- a sponsor or 3 sponsor household of potential ( a felony conviction or pending felony 1) 4 charge that relates to- 5 (A) an 6 felony ( as defined in aggravated 7 101(a)(43) of the Immigration and Na- section (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(43))); tionality Act 8 (B) child abuse; 9 C) or sexual violence or abuse; ( 10 (D) pornography; 11 child 12 an (2) with any business that em- association 13 ploys a minor who- 14 (A) unrelated to the sponsor, potential is sponsor, or of a household of a sponsor member 15 and potential sponsor; or 16 (B) is- 17 (i) not paid a legal wage; or 18 to attend school due the (ii) unable 19 to 20 employment; or 21 (3) an association with the organization or im- 22 plementation prostitution. of the SEC. (a) 23 to 225. provisions of this section, Subject Admin- the Administrator of the Transportation Security 24 to istration (hereafter in this section referred 25 as "the Ad- February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

31 SEN. APPRO. U :\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 26 1 a pilot program to provide ministrator") may conduct outside of 2 screening services pas- primary existing an senger terminal screening 3 screening services area where to currently would be eligible or be provided provided are 4 the Transportation Security Administration's annu- 5 under pr1- appropriated passenger screening program 6 a ally as 7 passenger terminal screening area. mary request for screening services under sub- Any (b) 8 section (a) shall be initiated only at the request of a public 9 or 10 entity regulated by the Transportation Security private 11 shall be made in writing to the Adminis- Administration; 12 trator; and may only be submitted to the Transportation 13 Security after consultation with the rel- Administration evant local authority. 14 airport The (c) may provide the requested 15 Administrator screening services under subsection (a) if the 16 Adminis- 17 provides a certification to the Committee on Home- trator 18 Security and the Committee on Appropriations of the land 19 House of Representatives, and the Committee on Com- and Transportation and the Committee on 20 merce, Science, 21 of the Senate that implementation of sub- Appropriations of efficiency or security not reduce the does section 22 (a) 23 screening services already provided in primary passenger airports. at any impacted 24 terminals February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

32 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 27 1 screening services may be provided under sub- (d) No the requesting entity agrees in writing (a) 2 section unless the scope of the screening services to be provided, and 3 to 4 agrees to compensate the Transportation Security Admin- istration for all reasonable personnel and non-personnel 5 costs, 6 overtime, of providing the screening serv- including ices. 7 e) The authority available ( this section is effec- 8 under be 2021 may and uti- through 2019 for fiscal tive 9 years locations lized not 10 than eight at for transportation more 11 security purposes. 12 (f) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an 13 airport air carrier, or other requesting entity authority, for shall liable for any claims be damages filed in State 14 not or :B-,ederal court (including a claim for 15 pu- compensatory, 16 contributory, or indemnity damages) relating to- nitive, 17 an airport authority's or other entity's deci- (1) 18 sion to request that the Transportation Security Ad- 19 ministration passenger screening services provide terminal primary passenger screening 20 of outside a 21 area; or 22 (2) any act of negligence, gross negligence, or 23 wrongdoing by employees of the Trans- intentional 24 portation Security Administration providing pas- February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

33 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 28 1 property security screening services at a senger and program location. pilot 2 screening 3 (g) Notwithstanding provision of law, any any other received the compensation Transportation Security Ad- 4 by be under ( d) shall ministration credited to the 5 subsection account used to finance the provision of reimbursable 6 se- under subsection (a). 7 screening services curity the Committee (h) submit to The shall 8 Administrator and the Committee on Appropria- on Security 9 Homeland tions of the 10 of Representatives, and the Committee House 11 Commerce, Science, and Transportation and on Com- the 12 mittee on Appropriations of the Senate- 13 (1) implementation plan for the pilot pro- an grams 14 subsection (a), including the applica- under tion process, that is due by 90 days after the 15 date 16 enactment of this Act; of the (2) 17 plan for an pilot programs; evaluation 18 and 19 (3) annual performance reports, by not later 20 than days after the end of each fiscal year in 60 in which pilot programs are the operation, includ- 21 22 mg- 23 (A) the amount of reimbursement received the Transportation Security Administration 24 by 25 from each entity in the pilot program for the February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

34 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 29 1 year, delineated by personnel preceding fiscal 2 non-personnel costs; and analysis of the of the pilot an (B) results 3 corresponding to 4 programs plan the evaluation under (2); 5 paragraph required C) 6 Transportation Security Adminis- ( any tration staffing changes created at the primary 7 8 screening checkpoints and baggage passenger screening as of the pilot program; and a result 9 any other unintended consequences (D) 10 created by the pilot program. 11 in this section, noth- 12 (i) as otherwise provided Except construed ing this section may be 13 as affecting in any in the manner the responsibilities, duties, or authorities of 14 15 Security Administration. Transportation the (j) purposes of this section, the term '' air- For 16 port" means a commercial service airport as defined by 17 section 18 7107(7) of title 49 United States Code. 4 19 For the purposes of this section, the term (k) 20 "screening services" means the screening of passengers, 21 flight and their carry-on baggage and personal arti- crews, and may include checked baggage screening if that 22 cles, 23 type of screening is performed at an offsite location that a commercial 24 not part of a passenger terminal of is air- 25 port. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

35 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 30 1 the purpose of this section, the term "primary (1) For terminal screening means the security 2 area" passenger upon relied 3 checkpoints as the principal points by airports 4 of entry area of an airport. to a sterile 5 after later than 90 days SEC. the date of 226. Not enactment 6 this Act and weekly thereafter, the Director of and Customs Enforcement shall sub- Immigration 7 U.S. of mit the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate to 8 and the House of Representatives, and make on available 9 detailing- a publicly website, a report 10 accessible (1) 11 on aliens detained; including average data de- aliens year to date daily populations of fiscal 12 tained; daily of the number of aliens detained 13 counts report, date of each the total fiscal year-to-date as 14 of book-ins; and average lengths of 15 of aliens de- stay 16 (including average post-determination length tained described case in the subpara- of detainees stay in 17 of 18 graph (B)) for- 19 (A) single adults and for members of fam- detained in the custody of U.S. Immi- units 20 ily gration and Customs Enforcement, 21 disaggregated 22 whether by the detainees were- 23 (i) transferred to the custody of U.S. and Customs Enforcement by 24 Immigration 25 U.S. Customs and Border Protection after February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

36 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 31 1 inadmissible at a port of being deemed or being apprehended within 14 entry after 2 of entering the United States; 3 days or (ii) by U.S. Immigration arrested 4 and Customs Enforcement; 5 (B) detainees in the custody of U.S. Immi- 6 7 gration Customs Enforcement who are de- and reasonable termined a credible or have fear 8 to of- 9 (i) persecution, as defined in section 10 235(b)(l)(B)(v) 11 the Immigration and of Nationality or 12 Act; (ii) 13 as defined in section torture, 14 208.30 of title 8, Code of Federal Regula- 15 tions effect on January 1, 2018); (as in in the custody of U.S. Immi- (C) 16 detainees gration and Customs Enforcement who have 17 been a Notice to Appear pursuant to sec- issued 18 tion 239 of the Immigration and Nationality 19 by single adults and mem- disaggregated 20 Act, 21 bers family units; and of (2) the 22 number of enrollees in the Alter- total 23 natives to Detention program and the average length by- 24 of participation, disaggregated February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

37 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 32 1 adults (A) heads of and single family household; 2 (B) 3 m the family case man- participants program; 4 agement C) of supervision; and level ( 5 the (D) of supervision, by field 6 locations 7 office. SEC. 227. None of the funds in this Act shall be used 8 9 reduce the Coast Guard's Operations Systems Center to mission or 10 or contract staff its government-employed lev- 11 els. 12 228. None of the funds appropriated by this Act SEC. of, may used to conduct, or to implement the results be 13 under Office of Management and Budget 14 a competition 15 Circular A-76 for activities performed with respect to the 16 Coast National Vessel Documentation Center. Guard this SEC. made available in Funds Act may be 17 229. used to alter operations within the Civil Engineering 18 Pro- 19 of the Coast Guard nationwide, including civil gram engi- 20 neering units, facilities design and construction centers, 21 maintenance and logistics commands, and the Coast 22 Guard except that none of the funds provided Academy, to in Act may be used any reduce operations within this 23 24 civil engineering unit unless specifically authorized by a of enacted after the date of enactment statute this Act. 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

38 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 33 1 (a) Of the total amount made available SEC. 230. "U.S. Border Protection-Procure- Customs under and 2 and Improvements", $2,370,222,000 ment, 3 Construction, be available only as follows: 4 shall $1,375,000,000 for the construction of (1) is 5 primary fencing, including levee pedes- 6 pedestrian 7 fencing, in the trian Grande Valley Sector; Rio $725,000,000 is for the acquisition and de- (2) 8 border security technologies and trade ployment 9 of and travel assets and infrastructure, to include 10 $570,000,000 non-intrusive 11 inspection equipment for at and of entry; ports 12 13 (3) is for construction and facil- $270,222,000 14 ity improvements, to include $222,000,000 for hu- 15 manitarian $14,775,000 for Office of Field needs, Operations facilities, $33,447,000 for Border 16 and station facility improvements. 17 Patrol (b) The amounts designated in subsection (a)(l) shall 18 only 19 available for operationally effective designs de- be 20 as of the date of the Consolidated Appropriations ployed 21 Act, 2017 (Public Law 115-31), such as currently de- 22 ployed bollard designs, steel prioritize safety. that agent (c) Not later than 23 days after the date of the en- 180 24 actment of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security Appropriations 25 submit to the Committee on shall of the February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

39 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 34 1 Committee on Appropriations of the House of Senate, the Representatives, 2 and Comptroller General of the the States an updated risk-based plan for improving 3 United along borders security 4 the United that in- of the States the elements required under subsection (a) of sec- 5 eludes tion 231 of division F of 6 the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 7 (Public which be evaluated 115-141), shall Law 8 with in (b) of such section. accordance subsection 9 231. None of the funds made SEC. by this available are available for the construction of pe- Acts 10 or prior Act destrian 11 fencing- (1) within 12 Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge; the 13 (2) within the Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State 14 Park; (3) within Lomita Historical park; 15 La the National Butterfly Center; or ( 4) 16 within ( 5) within or east of the Vista del Mar Ranch 17 tract 18 the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wild- of life 19 Refuge. 20 of 232. Prior SEC. use (a) any funds made avail- to 21 able by this Act for the construction of physical barriers place 22 city limits of any city or census designated the within the Department of Homeland 23 described in subsection ( c), or a city and the local elected officials of such Security 24 mu- reach to seek and 25 confer place designated census shall February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

40 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 35 1 regarding the design and alignment of tual agreement 2 physical designated or the census that barriers city within (as place 3 may be). Such consultations shall con- the case tinue until 30, 2019 ( or until agreement is 4 September extended reached, and may be earlier) beyond that date 5 if by 6 of the parties, and no funds made available agreement in Act shall be used this such construction while con- for 7 sultations continuing. are 8 shall Not later than July 1, 2019, the Secretary (b) 9 issue notices for public comment regarding construction 10 11 pedestrian fencing in the places identified in subsection of 12 (c). The notices shall afford the public not less than 60 13 days submit comments on the location of proposed fenc- to than ing affected areas. Not later the 90 days following 14 in the end of the comment period identified in this 15 sub- 16 the Department shall publish in the Federal Reg- section, ister its responses to the comments received along with 17 18 its plans for construction in the areas identified in the no- 19 which it is responding. to tice (c) The cities and census designated place described 20 in this subsection are as follows: 21 (1) Roma, Texas. 22 23 Grande City, Texas. Rio (2) Escobares, (3) Texas. 24 ( 4) La Texas. Grulla, 25 p.m.) (8:57 13, February 2019

41 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml APPRO. SEN. 36 1 (5) The census designated place of Salineno, 2 Texas. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

42 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 37 1 TITLE III 2 PROTECTION,PREPAREDNESS,RESPONSE,AND RECOVERY 3 INFRASTRUCTURE 4 AND GYBERSECURITY SECURITY 5 AGENCY AND 6 OPERATIONS SUPPORT For necessary expenses of the Cybersecurity and In- 7 support, and Agency operations Security frastructure for 8 $1,345,802,000, of which $18,650,000 shall remain avail- 9 10 until September 30, 2020: Provided, That not to ex- able representa- ceed 11 be for official reception and $3,825 shall 12 tion expenses. 13 FEDERAL PROTECTIVE SERVICE 14 The revenues and collections of security fees credited 15 to account shall be available until expended for nec- this of the protection federally essary related 16 to expenses operations owned leased 17 and for the and of the buildings 18 Federal Protective Service. 19 PROCUREl\IEN'r, CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS 20 expenses of the Cybersecurity and In- necessary For frastructure Security Agency for procurement, construc- 21 and improvements, $322,829,000, to remain avail- 22 tion, 23 until September able 30, 2021. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

43 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 38 1 DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AND necessary of the Cybersecurity and In- For 2 expenses 3 Agency for research and develop- frastructure Security ment, 4 remain available until September $13,126,000, to 30, 5 2020. 6 FEDERAL El\IERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY OPERATIONS 7 SUPPORT AND 8 necessary expenses of the Federal Emergency For and support, Management for operations Agency 9 $1,066,258,000: Provided, That not to exceed $2,250 10 11 be for official reception and shall expenses. representation 12 PROCUREl\IENT, CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS 13 For necessary expenses of the Federal Emergency and 14 for procurement, construction, Management Agency improvements, of which $61,834,000 .shall $133,830,000, 15 of and 2021, 30, which September available remain 16 until 30, $71,996,000 remain 17 until September shall available 18 2023. 19 FEDERAL ASSISTANCE 20 For activities of the Federal Emergency Management 21 Agency Federal assistance through grants, contracts, for other and activities, 22 cooperative agreements, $3,094,210,000, 23 shall be allocated as follows: which 24 (1) $525,000,000 for the State Homeland Secu- of 25 Grant Program under section 2004 rity the February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

44 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 39 A.ct of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 605), of 1 Homeland Security $90,000,000 be for Operation 2 shall which and $10,000,000 shall be for organiza- Stonegarden, 3 under section 501( c)(3) of the (as described 4 tions 5 Revenue Code of 1986 and exempt from tax Internal under section 501(a) of 6 code) determined by such 7 Secretary of Homeland Security to be at high the risk a terrorist attack: of 8 Provided, That notwith- for 2004, section of such (c)(4) standing subsection 9 Rico year 2019, the Commonwealth of Puerto 10 fiscal shall make available 11 local and tribal governments to Puerto amounts provided the Commonwealth of 12 to Rico under paragraph in accordance with sub- 13 this (c)(l) of such section 2004. 14 section (2) $640,000,000 for the Urban Area Security 15 under section 2003 of the Homeland Secu- Initiative 16 rity (6 of 2002 17 U.S.C. 604), of which A.ct $50,000,000 shall be for organizations (as described 18 19 under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue 1986 and exempt from tax under section of 20 Code 21 of such code) determined by the Secretary of 501(a) a terrorist of risk high at be Security Homeland 22 to 23 attack. 24 (3) $100,000,000 for Public Transportation Se- and 25 Assistance, Railroad Security Assistance, curity February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

45 U :\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 40 1 Bus Security Assistance under sec- Over-the- Road 1532 of the Implementing and 1406, 1513, tions 2 of the 9/11 Commission Act of 3 Recommendations 4 2007 (6 1163, and 1182), of which U.S.C. 1135, Amtrak security and shall be for 5 $10,000,000 $2,000,000 shall be for Over-the-Road Bus 6 Security: 7 Provided, such public security That transportation trans- shall provided assistance to public be 8 directly portation agencies. 9 ( 4) $100,000,000 for Port 10 Grants in Security 11 with section 70107 of title 46, United accordance 12 Code. States 13 (5) $700,000,000, to remam available until 14 September 30, 2020, of which $350,000,000 shall be 15 for to Firefighter Grants and Assistance $350,000,000 shall for Staffing for Adequate 16 be Fire Emergency Response Grants under sec- 17 and tions 33 and 34 18 of the Federal Fire Pre- respectively 19 and Control Act of 1974 vention U.S.C. 2229 (15 and 2229a). 20 21 (6) $350,000,000 for emergency management under the National Flood Insur- grants 22 performance 4001 ance 23 1968 (42 U.S.C. Act et seq.), the Rob- of As- ert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency 24 Earthquake Raz- Act (42 U.S.C. 5121), 25 the sistance February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

46 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 41 1 Act of 1977 ( 42 U.S.C. 7701), sec- ards Reduction Code, 6, United States and Reorga- 762 title tion 2 of Plan No. 3 of 1978 (5 U.S.C. App.). 3 nization $262,531,000 for necessary (7) for 4 expenses Flood 5 Mapping and Risk Analysis, in Hazard addi- and to supplement any other sums appro- to 6 tion the National Flood Insurance Fund, under priated 7 and such additional sums as may be provided by 8 States other political subdivisions for cost-shared or 9 under section 1360(f)(2) of the 10 activities mapping 11 National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. to remain available until expended. ), 12 4101(f)(2) (8) for Regional Catastrophic Pre- 13 $10,000,000 14 paredness Grants. (9) $10,000,000 for Rehabilitation of High 15 Hazard Potential Darns under section 8A of the Na- 16 tional Darn Safety Program Act (33 U.S.C. 467f-2). 17 18 (10) $120,000,000 for the emergency food and 19 shelter under title III of the McKinney- program Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 11331), 20 21 to remain available until expended: Provided, rrhat adrninis- 22 to exceed 3. 5 percent shall be for total not 23 trative costs. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

47 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 42 1 to sustain current oper- (11) $276,679,000 for training, technical assistance, 2 ations exercises, 3 other and programs. 4 DISASTER RELIEF FUND TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 5 (INCLUDING necessary For in carrying out the Robert 6 expenses Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act T. 7 Stafford to seq.), remain et $12,558,000,000, 5121 (42 8 U.S.C. may be available which $3,000,000 until of 9 expended, transferred the Disaster Assistance Direct Loan Pro- 10 to gram for administrative expenses to carry 11 the program out 12 authorized by section 417 of the Robert T. as Stafford 13 Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act ( 42 U.S.C. 14 5184): Provided, That of the amount provided under this 15 heading, shall be for major disasters de- $12,000,000,000 clared to the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief 16 pursuant and Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5121 et seq.) 17 18 and designated by the Congress as being for disaster is relief pursuant to section 251(b)(2)(D) of the Balanced 19 Pro- 1985: and Emergency Deficit Control Act of Budget 20 vided funds That of the amounts set aside from 21 further, under this heading pursuant to subsection (i)(l) provided 22 23 of section 203 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5133(i)(l)), and 24 25 $250,000,000 shall be available to carry out activities for February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

48 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 43 1 Predisaster Mitigation Fund under that sec- the National of tion 2 before in on the Act effect the amend- (as that day Re- by section 1234 of the Disaster Recovery made 3 ments Act of 2018 (division 4 form Public 115-254) of Law D effect), in 5 to any amounts otherwise made took addition available for 6 purpose by this or any other Act and such 7 be merged in this account for all purposes with funds may for 8 revised National Public Infrastructure Predisaster the Mitigation Assistance, as authorized by the amendments 9 made section 10 203 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster to Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5133) 11 12 by section 1234 of the Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 13 2018 D of Public Law 115-254), once that as- (division has fully implemented: Provided further, been 14 sistance That of the amounts provided under this 15 $300,000,000 unobligated in this Act shall be bal- from derived heading 16 ances prior year appropriations available under this 17 from 18 Provided further, That none of the amounts de- heading: 19 rived from unobligated balances in the previous proviso 20 shall from amounts be were by the Con- that designated gress as 21 for an emergency requirement pursuant to being section or budget the on a 22 Concurrent Resolution 25l(b)(2)(A)(i) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency 23 as being for disaster relief 1985 or 24 Deficit Control Act of February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

49 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 44 1 section 251(b)(2)(D) of the Balanced Budget pursuant to Emergency Deficit Act of 1985. 2 Control and INSURANCE FUND FLOOD NATIONAL 3 activities under the National Flood Insurance 4 For of 1968 ( 42 U.S.C. 4001 et seq.), the Flood Disaster Act 5 U.S.C. of 1973 (42 6 4001 et seq.), the Act Protection Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 7 2012 Law 112-141, 126 Stat. 916), and the Home- 8 (Public owner Flood Affordability Act of 2014 (Public 9 Insurance Law 128 Stat. 1020), $202,153,000, to remain 10 113-89; available until September 30, 2020, 11 shall be derived which 12 offsetting amounts collected under section 1308(d) from Act of National Flood Insurance 13 of 1968 ( 42 U.S.C. the 14 4015(d)); of which $13,858,000 shall be available for mis- 15 sion associated with flood management; and of support which shall be available for flood plain man- 16 $188,295,000 agement and flood mapping: Provided, That any addi- 17 tional fees collected pursuant to section 1308( d) of the 18 1 Act 19 lood Insurance J1 of 1968 (42 U.S.C. National 20 4015(d)) shall be credited as offsetting collections to this 21 account, be available for flood plain management and to 22 mapping: Provided further, That in fiscal year 2019, flood 23 no funds shall be available from the National Flood Insur- the under section 1310 of Fund National Flood In- 24 ance of- surance Act of 1968 ( 42 U.S.C. 4017) in excess 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

50 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 45 and 1 operating expenses (1) for $176,304,000 and associated with flood insurance 2 expenses salaries 3 operations; taxes and commissions $1,123,000,000 (2) 4 for agents; 5 of interest 3) sums on are necessary for such as ( 6 Treasury borrowings; and 7 ( 4) $175,000,000, which shall remain available 8 and for 9 flood mitigation actions until for expended, under section 1366 of the flood assistance 10 mitigation National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 ( 42 U.S.C. 11 4104c), 1366( sections 12 e) and notwithstanding 1310(a)(7) U.S.C. such Act (42 13 4104c(e), 4017): of 14 Providedfurther, That the amounts collected under section 15 102 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 ( 42 and section 1366(e) of the National Flood 16 U.S.C. 4012a) 4104c(e)), Insurance 1968 (42 U.S.C. of shall be de- 17 Act posited in the National Flood Insurance Fund to supple- 18 ment amounts specified as available for section 1366 other 19 20 of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968, notwith- 21 standing section 102(f)(8), section 1366(e) of the National of 1968, and paragraphs (1) through 22 Act Insurance Flood (3) of section 1367(b) of such Act (42 U.S.C. 4012a(f)(8), 23 4104d(b)(l)-(3)): Provided further, That total 4104c(e), 24 the 25 costs shall not exceed 4 percent of administrative total February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

51 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 46 1 further, That up to $5,000,000 is appropriation: Provided the carry section 24 of out Homeowner Flood available 2 to Affordability Act of 2014 (42 U.S.C. 4033). 3 Insurance ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS 4 date 301. later than 180 days after 5 Not of SEC. the enactment of this Act, 6 Federal Protective Service, in the the Office of Management and Budget, conjunction 7 with the Committees on Appropria- shall a report to provide 8 pro- Representatives the Senate and the House of of 9 tions viding no fewer than three options for a revised method 10 to assess and allocate costs for countermeasures. 11 SEC. 302. Notwithstanding section 2008(a)(l2) of 12 13 the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 609(a)(12)) 14 or other provision of law, not more than 5 percent any made of of a grant amount available in paragraphs 15 the (1) through ( 4) under "Federal Emergency Management 16 Agency-Federal Assistance", may be used by the grantee 17 of for directly related to administration 18 the expenses 19 grant. 20 SEC. 303. Applications for grants under the heading 21 "Federal Management Agency-Federal As- Emergency be paragraphs (1) through (4), shall made 22 sistance", for later 23 eligible applicants not to than 60 days after available 24 the date of enactment of this Act, eligible applicants shall after not later than 80 days the grant submit applications 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

52 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 47 1 the Administrator of the Federal announcement, and Management shall act within 65 days 2 Emergency Agency the receipt of an application. after 3 SEC. Under the heading "Federal Emergency 304. 4 Agency-Federal Assistance", for grants Management 5 under paragraphs ( 1) through ( 4), ( 8), and ( 9), the Ad- 6 Federal Emergency Management Agen- ministrator 7 the of cy brief the Committees on Appropriations of the 8 shall Senate and the House of Representatives 5 full business 9 days in advance of announcing publicly the intention of 10 making an award. 11 SEC. 305. 12 the heading "Federal Emergency Under 13 Management Agency-Federal Assistance", for grants 14 under (1) and (2), the installation of commu- paragraphs nications towers not considered construction of a build- is 15 or other physical facility. ing 16 SEC. 306. The reporting requirements 17 paragraphs in 18 and (2) under the heading "Federal Emergency (1) Man- 19 agement Agency-Disaster Relief Fund'' in the Depart- 20 ment of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2015 21 (Public 114-4) shall be applied in fiscal year 2019 Law 22 with to budget year respect and current fiscal year 2020 23 2019, respectively- 24 in paragraph (1) by substituting "fiscal (1) 25 year 2020" for "fiscal year 2016"; and February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

53 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 48 1 paragraph (2) by inserting "business" (2) in "fifth". after 2 In making grants SEC. the heading "Fire- 307. 3 under Assistance Grants", the Secretary may grant 4 fighter waiv- ers 5 from in (a)(l)(A), requirements subsections the (a)(l)(E), (c)(l), 6 and (c)(4) of section (a)(l)(B), (c)(2), 34 of the 1974 Fire Prevention and Control Act of Federal 7 (15 U.S.C. 8 2229a). 308. The SEC. charges assessed during fis- aggregate 9 cal year 2019, as authorized in title III 10 the Depart- of 11 of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban ments Devel- 12 opment, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 13 1999 (42 U.S.C. 5196e), shall not be less than 100 per- 14 cent the amounts anticipated by the Department of of Homeland to be necessary for its Radiological 15 Security Emergency Preparedness Program for the next fiscal year: 16 Provided, That the methodology for assessment and collec- 17 and tion fees shall be fair 18 equitable and shall reflect of 19 costs of providing such services, including administrative Provided further, That such 20 costs collecting such fees: of fees shall be deposited in a Radiological Emergency Pre- 21 22 paredness Program account as offsetting collections and October 23 available for authorized purposes on become will and remain available until expended. 2019, 24 1, February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

54 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 49 1 (a) The Federal share of assistance, in- 309. SEC. Federal assistance, provided under sections direct eluding 2 Disaster and 407 of the Relief T. Stafford Robert 403 3 and 42 Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5170b and Emergency 4 U.S.C. 5173), with respect to a major disaster declared 5 a wild- pursuant to such Act for damages resulting from 6 90 in calendar year 2018, shall be not less than per- fire 7 cent 8 of the costs under such section. eligible 9 (b) The Federal share provided by subsection (a) or after the before, provided apply on, 10 to assistance shall 11 date of enactment of this Act. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

55 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 50 1 TITLE IV DEVELOPMENT, 2 TRAINING, RESEARCH, AND 3 SERVICES U.S. 4 SERVICES IMMIGRATION CITIZENSHIP AL~D SUPPORT .AND 5 OPERATIONS necessary 6 of U.S. Citizenship and Im- For expenses support E- the and of Services operations for 7 migration Verify Program, 8 $109,688,000. CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS PROCUREMENT, 9 For expenses of U.S. Citizenship and Im- 10 necessary migration Services for procurement, construction, and im- 11 provements of the E-Verify Program, $22,838,000, to re- 12 13 available until September 30, 2021. main 14 FEDERAL ASSISTANCE 15 For necessary expenses of U.S. Citizenship and Im- 16 migration for Federal assistance for the Citizen- Services ship and Grant Program, $10,000,000. 17 Integration LAW ENFORCEMENT 'I1RAINING CENTERS 18 FEDERAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT 19 .B'or 20 expenses of the Federal Law Enforce- necessary 21 Training Centers for operations and support, includ- ment 22 ing the purchase of not to exceed 11 7 vehicles for police- passenger 23 and hire of use motor vehicles, and services type States United 5, by section 3109 of title authorized 24 as 25 Code, $277,876,000, of which $20,000,000 shall remain February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

56 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 51 available September 30, 2020: Provided, That not 1 until rep- and shall for official reception $7,180 exceed to 2 be expenses. 3 resentation CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS 4 PROCUREMENT, necessary expenses For the Federal Law Enforce- 5 of and Training Centers for procurement, construction, 6 ment improvements, 7 remain available until Sep- $50,943,000, to 30, tember 2023. 8 .AND TECHNOLOGY 9 SCIENCE DIRECTORATE OPER.A._TIONS AND SUPPORT 10 and :B-,or expenses of the Science necessary Tech- 11 and support, including for operations 12 nology Directorate 13 the or lease of not to exceed 5 vehicles, purchase $308,520,000, shall which $170,462,000 14 remain avail- of Provided, able September 30, 2020: 15 That not to ex- until 16 ceed $10,000 shall be for official reception and representa- 17 expenses. tion 18 RESKIBCH AND DEVELOPMENT For necessary expenses of the Science and rrech- 19 and development, Directorate for research 20 nology 30, 21 to remain available until September $511,265,000, 22 2021. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

57 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 52 1 OF MAss DESTRUCTION OFFICE COUNTERING WEAPONS AND OPERATIONS SUPPORT 2 necessary expenses of the Countering Wea pons 3 For Mass Destruction Office for operations of 4 and support, $2,250 Provided, That not to exceed shall $187,095,000: 5 and representation expenses. be reception for official 6 CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS PROCUREMENT, 7 For necessary expenses of the 8 pons Countering Wea 9 Mass Destruction Office for procurement, construction, of and improvements, $100,096,000, to remain available 10 11 until September 30, 2021. 12 RESE.ARCH DEVELOPMENT At'{D For expenses of the Countering Weapons 13 necessary of Mass Destruction Office for research and 14 development, 15 to remain available until September $83,043,000, 30, 16 2021. 17 FEDERAL ASSISTANCE 18 For necessary expenses of the Countering Wea pons through 19 Destruction Office for Federal assistance Mass of 20 grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other ac- 21 $64,663,000, to remain available until September tivities, 22 30, 2021. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

58 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 53 1 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS TRANSFER 2 OF (INCLUDING FUNDS) Notwithstanding other provision of 401. any SEC. 3 4 made available to U.S. Citizenship law, funds otherwise Immigration Services may be 5 to acquire, operate, and used equip, dispose of up to 5 vehicles, for replacement 6 and the Administrator of General Serv- for areas where 7 only, 8 does not provide vehicles for lease: Provided, That the ices 9 of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director may employees who are assigned to those areas authorize 10 to use such vehicles to travel between the employees' 11 resi- 12 dences places employment. and of SEC. 402. None 13 the funds made available in this of Immigration and may be used by U.S. Citizenship Act 14 Services to an immigration benefit unless the results 15 grant by law to be completed of checks required 16 background prior to the granting of the 17 have been received by benefit 18 Citizenship and Immigration Services, and the re- U.S. 19 do not preclude the granting of the benefit. sults Act SEC. 403. None of the funds appropriated by this 20 21 be used to process or approve a competition under may Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 for serv- 22 23 ices provided by employees (including employees serving of term basis) U.S. Citizenship and Im- or a temporary 24 on 25 migration Services of the Department of Homeland Secu- February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

59 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 54 1 are known as Immigration Information Officers, rity who Service Analysts, Representatives, 2 Immigration Contact Assistants, Immigration Services Officers. Investigative 3 or 4 The of 404. the Federal Law Enforce- SEC. Director ment Centers is authorized to distribute funds 5 Training to Federal law enforcement agencies for 6 incurred expenses training accreditation. 7 in participating SEC. 405. Federal Law Enforcement Training 8 The Accreditation including representatives from the 9 Board, 10 law enforcement community and Federal ac- non-Federal 11 experts involved in law enforcement training, creditation 12 lead the Federal law enforcement training accredita- shall 13 tion process to continue the implementation of measuring and the quality and effectiveness of Federal law assessing 14 enforcement progTams, facilities, and instructors. 15 training 16 406. The Director of the Federal Law Enforce- SEC. ment Centers 17 may accept transfers to the ac- Training of 18 by section 407(a) established division F of the count 19 Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public Law 115- 20 141) Government agencies requesting the construc- from the tion special use 21 as authorized by of Economy facilities, 22 Act (31 U.S.C. 1535(b)): Provided, That the Federal Law 23 Training Centers maintain administrative Enforcement facilities. such and ownership upon completion of control 24 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

60 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 55 1 The functions of the Federal Law Enforce- SEC. 407. Training shall instructor staff ment be classified Centers 2 Federal purpose for the 3 of the as governmental inherently Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 (31 U.S.C. 501 4 note). 5 6 SEC. Secretary of Homeland Security may The 408. personnel and up to $15,000,000 in unexpended 7 transfer Department of made available to the 8 of amounts balances under the heading "Science and Tech- 9 Homeland Security 10 nology Directorate-Operations and Support" in division 11 F the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 (Public of of to the Department Agriculture for the 115-141) Law 12 13 of contract and associated support of the oper- purpose 14 ations of the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility: Pro- the 15 the Secretary shall notify That Committees on vided, 16 Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Represent- of 17 at least 30 days in advance atives such transfer. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

61 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 56 1 TITLE V PROVISIONS 2 GENERAL 3 .AND OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING RESCISSIONS TRANSFERS No 4 of any appropriation contained in SEC. 501. part 5 shall remain available for obligation beyond the this Act current year unless expressly fiscal provided herein. 6 so 7 502. Subject to the requirements of section SEC. 503 this Act, the unexpended balances of prior appropria- of 8 Act tions activities in this for may be transferred 9 provided to appropriation accounts for such activities established 10 the pursuant this Act, may be merged with funds in 11 to 12 applicable established accounts, and thereafter may be ac- 13 counted for as one fund for the same time period as origi- 14 nally enacted. SEC. 503. None of the funds provided by this Act, (a) 15 provided 16 by previous appropriations Acts to the compo- nents in or transferred 17 the Department of Homeland to 18 that remain available for obligation or expendi- Security 19 ture fiscal year 2019, in provided from any accounts or collec- in the Treasury of the United States derived by the 20 21 of fees available to the components funded by tion this 22 Act, shall be available for obligation or expenditure 23 through a reprogramming of funds that- project, 24 or eliminates a program, creates or (1) any program, project, increases funds for 25 activity, or February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

62 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 57 1 for which funds have been denied or re- or activity by Congress; the 2 stricted pres- activity any function or out (2) contracts 3 4 ently performed employees or any by Federal new function or activity proposed to be performed by 5 Federal employees in the pro- budget President's 6 posal for 7 fiscal the Department year for 2019 of 8 Homeland Security; 3) augments funding for existing programs, 9 ( $5,000,000 or 10 in excess of projects, 10 activities or 11 whichever is less; percent, ( 4) 12 funding for any program, project, reduces 13 or activity, or numbers of personnel, by 10 percent 14 or or more; (5) results any general savings from a re- 15 from duction 16 personnel that would result in a change in in funding levels 17 programs, projects, or activities for 18 approved by the Congress. as (b) 19 (a) shall not apply if the Committees Subsection Rep- of House the the Senate and of Appropriations 20 on days resentatives notified at 21 15 are in advance of least 22 such reprogramming. 23 (c) Up to 5 percent of any appropriation made avail- for the current fiscal year the Department of for 24 able by previous Security by this Act or provided 25 Homeland February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

63 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 58 1 may be transferred between such ap- appropriations Acts if Committees on Appropriations of the the propriations 2 and the House of Representatives are notified at 3 Senate 30 in least advance of such transfer, but no such 4 days except appropriation, 5 specifically provided, as otherwise shall be increased 6 more by 10 percent by such trans- than 7 fer. (d) Notwithstanding (a), (b), 8 subsections no (c), and transferred be- reprogrammed 9 or funds shall be within tween appropriations based upon 10 initial notification an 11 after June 30, except m extraordinary cir- provided cumstances that imminently threaten the safety of human 12 13 life or the protection of property. 14 ( The notification thresholds and procedures set e) (d) forth (a), (b), (c), and subsections shall apply to 15 in any use of deobligated balances of funds provided in 16 pre- 17 Department of Homeland Security Appropriations vious in Acts 18 available for obligation that the current remain 19 year. of Secretary the subsection (c), (f) 20 Notwithstanding Homeland established may transfer to the fund 21 Security 22 up U.S.C. 1101 note, by to $20,000,000 from appro- 8 23 priations available to the Department of Homeland Secu- the That the Secretary shall notify Provided, Com- 24 rity: the Senate and the House 25 mittees on Appropriations of February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

64 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xm1 SEN. APPRO. 59 1 at least 5 days m advance of such of Representatives 2 transfer. Department 504 of the 504. of Home- SEC. Section 3 Security Appropriations A.ct, 2017 ( division F of land 4 115-31), related to the operations of a work- Law 5 Public respect ing shall apply with fund, to funds made capital 6 such as in A.ct section the same manner in this 7 available in that A.ct. applied to made available 8 funds 505. Except as otherwise specifically provided 9 SEC. by law, not to exceed 50 percent of balances unobligated 10 remaining re- at the end of fiscal year 2019, as 11 available at the financial records in the time of a reprogram- corded 12 13 ming notification, but not later than June 30, 2020, from and Support" for fiscal 14 appropriations "Operations for remain year this Act shall in available through Sep- 2019 15 for 30, 2020, in the account and for the purposes tember 16 which the appropriations were provided: Provided, That 17 prior such the obligation of 18 funds, a notification shall to 19 submitted to the Committees on Appropriations of the be accordance in and the House of Representatives Senate 20 with 503 of this A.ct. 21 section SEC. 506. 22 made available by this A.ct for intel- Funds 23 ligence activities are deemed to be specifically authorized section Congress for purposes of the 504 of the Na- 24 by 25 tional Security during A.ct 1947 (50 U.S.C. 414) of fiscal February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

65 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 60 1 until the enactment of an Act authorizing intel- year 2019 year 2019. activities fiscal 2 ligence for 507. (a) The Secretary of Homeland Security, SEC. 3 or designee of 4 Secretary, shall notify the Commit- the the and on of the Senate Appropriations the House of 5 tees Representatives at least 6 full business days in advance 3 7 of- (1) making awarding a grant allocation, 8 or grant, other transaction agreement, or task 9 contract, or delivery order on a Department 10 Homeland Se- of 11 multiple award contract, or to issue a curity letter 12 of intent totaling in excess of $1,000,000; 13 (2) awarding a task or delivery order requiring 14 an funds in an amount greater than obligation of $10,000,000 from Department of Home- multi-year 15 Security funds; land 16 ( 3) making a sole-source grant award; or 17 ( announcing publicly the intention to make 4) 18 or award items under paragraph (1), (2), or (3), in- 19 by the Federal Acquisi- covered 20 eluding a contract 21 tion Regulation. the Secretary of Homeland Security determines If (b) 22 that compliance with this section would pose a substantial 23 24 risk to human life, health, or safety, an award may be shall and the Secretary notify without notification, made 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

66 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 61 1 on Appropriations of the Senate and the the Committees 2 House of not later than 5 full business Representatives after such an award is made or letter issued. days 3 4 ( notification under this section- c) A available may (1) funds that are not not 5 involve for obligation; and 6 (2) shall 7 the amount of the award; the include 8 year for which the funds for the award were fiscal appropriated; 9 type of contract; and the account the from which the funds are being drawn. 10 SEC. 508. Notwithstanding any other provis10n of 11 construct, law, agency shall purchase, 12 or lease any ad- no 13 ditional facilities, except within or contiguous to existing 14 locations, be used for the purpose of conducting Federal to law enforcement without advance notification to 15 training Committees the Appropriations of the Senate and the 16 on House of Representatives, except 17 the Federal Law that 18 Training Centers is authorized to obtain the Enforcement temporary use of additional facilities by lease, contract, 19 20 or other agreement for training that be accommo- cannot dated existing Centers facilities. 21 in SEC. 509. None of the funds appropriated or other- 22 23 wise made available by this Act may be used for expenses 24 for any construction, repair, alteration, or acquisition under project for which a prospectus otherwise required 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

67 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 62 1 of title 40, United chapter 33 has States not Code, been that necessary may be expended funds except approved, 2 each project for required expenses 3 for for development the a proposed of 4 prospectus. 510. Sections 520, 522, SEC. 530 of the Depart- and 5 ment of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2008 (di- 6 Law 110-161; 121 Stat. 2073 and vision 7 of Public E funds 207 apply with respect to shall made available in 8 4) this Act in the same manner as such sections 9 to applied 10 made available in funds Act. that SEC. 511. None of 11 funds made available in this the 12 Act may be used in contravention of the applicable provi- 13 sions the Buy American Act: Provided, That for pur- of the preceding sentence, the term ''Buy American poses 14 of Act" means chapter 83 of title 41, United States Code. 15 SEC. 512. None of the funds made available in this 16 amend may be used to 17 the oath of allegiance required Act 18 by section 337 of the Immigration and Nationality Act 19 (8 1448). U.S.C. 20 SEC. 513. None the funds provided or otherwise of 21 made available in this Act shall be available to carry out 22 section 872 the Homeland of Act of 2002 (6 Security 23 U.S.C. 452) unless explicitly authorized by the Congress. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

68 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 63 1 None of the funds made available in this SEC. 514. piloting, may for planning, testing, used or devel- be Act 2 a national identification card. 3 oping 4 515. official SEC. is required by this Act that Any the to to certify to or Committees on Appropria- 5 report tions of the Senate and the House of Representatives may 6 not 7 such authority to perform that act unless spe- delegate cifically 8 authorized herein. 516. None of SEC. funds appropriated or other- 9 the or may Act other any used be this available made wise 10 in to transfer release, or assist in the 11 or release to transfer, or within the United States, its territories, or possessions 12 13 Khalid Sheikh Mohammed or any other detainee who- 14 (1) not a United States citizen or a member is of Armed Forces of the United States; and 15 the (2) is or was held on or after June 24, 2009, 16 at United 17 States Naval Station, Guantanamo the Bay, of by the Department 18 Defense. Cuba, funds SEC. None of the this made available in 517. 19 employees the may be used for first-class travel by Act 20 contravention of by this Act in funded of sections 21 agencies 22 301-10.122 301-10.124 of title 41, Code of Fed- through 23 eral Regulations. 24 SEC. None of the funds made available in this 518. section in may be used to employ workers described Act 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

69 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 64 1 the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 274A(h)(3) of 1324a(h)(3)). U.S.C. 2 Notwithstanding any SEC. provis10n of other 519. 3 Act, none of the funds appropriated or otherwise 4 this made available this Act may be used to pay award or by 5 fees for contractor performance that has been incentive 6 judged to be below satisfactory performance or perform- 7 8 that does not meet the basic requirements of a con- ance tract. 9 520. None of the SEC. appropriated or other- funds 10 wise made available by this 11 may be used by the De- Act 12 of Homeland Security partment enter into any Federal to 13 contract unless such contract is entered into in accordance of title 41, United 14 I with requirements of subtitle the title States chapter 137 of or 10, United States 15 Code, Code, and the Federal Acquisition Regulation, unless such 16 contract 17 otherwise authorized by statute to be entered is into without regard to the above referenced statutes. 18 financial SEC. 521. (a) :B..,or an additional amount for 19 20 modernization, $51,000,000, to remain available systems until 2020. 30, 21 September Funds available in subsection (a) for finan- made (b) 22 23 cial systems modernization may be transferred by the Sec- of Homeland Security between appropriations for retary 24 25 the same purpose, notwithstanding section 503 of this Act. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

70 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 65 ( transfer described in subsection (b) shall occur c) 1 No Appropriations days the Committees on after of 15 until 2 3 and the House of Representatives the notified Senate are of transfer. 4 such 5 522. The funds appropriated to the SEC. Depart- (a) 6 ment Homeland Security in this Act for "Operations of 7 Support" shall hereby reduced, as determined by and be Chief a total Officer, by the of $12,000,000 to 8 Financial administrative savings, including savings from re- 9 realize O quirements, supplies, or materials that were funded by the l 11 using fiscal year 2018 appropriations for con- Department tracts with periods of performance in fiscal year 2019. 12 13 (b) may only be reduced for the respective ap- Funds in the budget appen- propriations amounts identified 14 from dix, as modified by 15 report accompanying this Act, by the 16 object classes 25.1, 25.2, 25.3, and 26.2. 17 ( c) No funds may be reduced from amounts provided 18 under following headings and activities: the Security ( 19 Cybersecurity and Infrastructure 1) '' 20 Agency-Operations and Support"; 21 (2) "Coast Guard-Operations and Support" 22 for activities; and defense-related 23 "Federal Emergency Management Agen- (3) 24 Con- cy-Operations Support" for National and February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

71 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 66 1 in the Preparedness and Protec- tinuity Programs program, 2 project, tion and activity. that amounts from may be reduced amounts d) ( No 3 designated by the Congress for Overseas Contingency 4 were an War Terrorism or as on emergency Operations/Global 5 6 requirement to a concurrent resolution on pursuant the 7 or section 25l(b)(2)(A) of the Balanced Budget budget and Deficit Control Act of 1985 or from Emergency 8 being that were designated by the Congress as amounts 9 for disaster relief 10 to 251(b)(2)(D) of the pursuant section Balanced Budget 11 Emergency Deficit Control Act of and 12 1985. 13 (e) The Secretary shall submit a notification to the 14 Committees of the Senate and the on Appropriations of Representatives specifying the account and 15 House amount of each reduction made pursuant to this section. 16 funds SEC. None of the (a) made available in 523. 17 this Act may be used to maintain or establish a computer 18 the viewmg, unless such network blocks 19 network 20 downloading, exchanging pornography. and of (b) Nothing in 21 (a) shall limit the use of subsection law local or tribal, any Federal, State, for funds 22 necessary 23 enforcement agency or any other entity carrying out crimi- activities. or adjudication prosecution, 24 investigations, nal February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

72 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 67 1 None of the funds made available in this SEC. 524. enforcement Federal law officer to by used a may 2 be Act indi- transfer of an operable firearm to an the facilitate 3 vidual 4 Federal law enforcement officer knows or sus- if the a that individual is an agent of the drug cartel unless 5 pects law enforcement 6 of the United States continu- personnel 7 monitor or control the firearm ously all times. at made 525. of the 8 None available in this SEC. funds or may be used to pay for the travel attendance to Act 9 of of than 50 employees of a single component 10 the more Department of Homeland Security, who are stationed in 11 un- conference international a single at States, United 12 the less the of Homeland Security, or a designee, 13 Secretary such attendance is in the national interest that determines 14 and notifies the Committees on Appropriations 15 the Sen- of 16 ate House the Representatives within at least 10 and of that determination and the basis for that deter- days 17 of 18 ruination: Provided, That for purposes of this section the 19 term conference" shall mean a conference "international attended States by rep- United occurring 20 of the outside resentatives of the United States Government and of for- 21 22 eign governments, international organizations, or non- 23 organizations: Provided further, That the governmental any of Security Homeland of Department the cost total 24 to 25 such conference shall not exceed $500,000. February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

73 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 68 1 None of the funds made available in this SEC. 526. may used to reimburse any Federal department Act be 2 agency for its participation in a National Special 3 or Secu- 4 rity Event. made 527. of SEC. funds None available to the 5 the Department of Homeland Security by this or any 6 other may be obligated for any structural pay reform that 7 Act affects than 100 full-time positions or costs more more 8 than $5,000,000 in a single year before the end of the 9 10 period beginning on the date on which the 30-day Sec- 11 retary of Homeland Security submits to Congress a notifi- 12 cation that includes- 13 (1) number of full-time positions affected by the such change; 14 funding required for 15 change for the (2) such current year and through the Future Years Home- 16 land Security Program; 17 ( justification for such change; and 18 3) ( 4) 19 analysis of compensation alternatives to an 20 such change that were considered by the Depart- 21 ment. SEC. (a) Any agency receiving funds made avail- 22 528. able 23 this Act shall, subject to subsections (b) and ( c), in 24 post on report the of that agency any website re- public the Committees on Appropria- submitted by 25 quired to be February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

74 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 69 1 the Senate and the House of Representatives in tions of of Act, determination by the head the the agency 2 this upon it shall serve the national interest. that 3 not apply to a report if- (b) (a) shall 4 Subsection the public posting of the report com- (1) 5 promises homeland or 6 security; or national the report contains proprietary information. 7 (2) posting ( head of the agency The such report shall 8 c) do so only after such report has been made available 9 to 10 Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the the less 11 Representatives for not of than 45 days except House 12 as otherwise specified in law. 13 SEC. (a) Funding provided in this Act for "Op- 529. procure- erations may be used for minor Support" 14 and ment, construction, and improvements. 15 (b) For purposes of subsection (a), "minor" refers 16 per- 17 items with a unit cost of $250,000 or less for end to 18 property, and $2,000,000 sonal less for real property. or 19 SEC. 530. The authority provided by section 532 of 20 the of Homeland Security Appropriations Department Act, regarding (Public Law 115-141) 21 primary and 2018 22 schooling of dependents shall continue in effect secondary 23 during fiscal year 2019. 24 531. (a) For an additional amount for "Federal SEC. 25 Emergency Management Agency-Federal Assistance", February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

75 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 70 $41,000,000, available to 1 remain 30, until September 2 providing reimbursement of extraor- exclusively for 2020, enforcement personnel costs for protection ac- dinary 3 law and resi- demonstrably associated with any tivities directly 4 to President that is designated or identified the 5 dence of secured by the United States Secret Service. 6 be (b) Subsections (b) through (f) of section 534 of the 7 Department Security Appropriations Act, of Homeland 8 f' 2018 Law 115-141), shall be applied 9 respect with (Public (a) by subsection of this section to available made 10 amounts by substituting "October 1, 2019" for "October 1, 2018" 11 and 1, 2018" for "October 1, 2017". "October 12 SEC. 532. None of the funds made available by this 13 used to prevent a Member of Congress from be 14 Act may 15 entering, the purpose of conducting oversight, any fa- for cility operated 16 for the by of Homeland Se- or Department curity used to detain or otherwise house alien minors, or 17 18 to any temporary modification at any such facility make is that any way alters what 19 observed by a visiting Mem- in in ber of Congress, compared to what would be observed 20 21 absence of such modification. the 22 SEC. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), 533. 23 none of the funds made available in this Act may be used the restraints on a woman in the custody of De- place 24 to partment of Homeland Security (including during trans- 25 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

76 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 71 1 a detention facility, or at an outside medical facil- port, in pregnant or in post-delivery recuperation. who 2 is ity) a to respect not apply with shall Subsection 3 (b) (a) woman if- pregnant 4 (1) appropriate official 5 the Department of an of Security makes an individualized deter- Homeland 6 woman- that the mination 7 (A) is flight risk, and such risk 8 a serious by other means; or be prevented 9 cannot (B) poses an immediate and serious threat 10 to 11 herself or others that cannot be pre- harm vented other 12 means; or by (2) 13 medical professional responsible for the a 14 care of the pregnant woman determines that the use 15 of restraints is appropriate for the med- therapeutic ical safety the woman. 16 of is c) ( pregnant woman If restrained pursuant to 17 a subsection (b), only the safest and least 18 re- restrictive 19 as determined by the appropriate medical profes- straints, used. treating the woman, may be may In no case 20 sional 21 restraints be used on a woman who is in active labor or 22 delivery, in re- case may a pregnant woman be and no strained in a face-down position with four-point restraints, 23 area the her back, or in a restraint belt that constricts on 24 25 of the pregnancy. A pregnant woman who is immobilized February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

77 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 72 1 shall be positioned, to the maximum extent by restraints side. her left on feasible, 2 by None the 534. made available of this SEC. funds 3 Act 4 used to destroy any document, may or be recording, other pertaining to any potential sexual assault or 5 record 6 abuse perpetrated against any individual held in the cus- 7 tody of Department of Homeland Security. the SEC. 513 of division F of Public Law 535. Section 8 regarding a prohibition on funding for any posi- 9 114-113, shall Official, apply Federal a Principal as tion 10 designated with in to funds made available in this Act 11 the respect applied as such section manner to funds made avail- same 12 13 able in that Act. SEC. None of the funds made available by this 536. 14 implement Act obligated or expended to be the Arms 15 may 16 Treaty until the Senate approves a resolution of Trade ratification the 17 Treaty. for SEC. budget Within 60 days of any 18 submission 537. 19 the Department of Homeland Security for fiscal year for 20 2020 that assumes revenues or proposes a reduction from 21 the year based on user fees proposals that have previous to 22 enacted into law prior been the submission of not the 23 budget, the Secretary of Homeland Security shall provide Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the the 24 25 House of Representatives specific reductions in proposed February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

78 U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 73 1 authority commensurate with the discretionary budget event assumed proposals in the such that they revenues in 2 not enacted prior to 3 1, 2019. are October (RESCISSIONS) 4 538. The 5 unobligated balances made SEC. following available 6 the Department of Homeland Security pursu- to 7 to section 505 of the Department of Homeland Secu- ant rity (Public Act, 2018 8 Law 115-141) are Appropriations rescinded: 9 (1) $169,000 from "Office of the Secretary and 10 11 Executive Management-Operations and Support"; (2) from "Management Directorate- $328,000 12 Operations and 13 Support"; 14 $366,000 (3) "Intelligence, Analysis, and from Operations Coordination-Operations and Support''; 15 (4) $427,000 from "U.S. Customs and Border 16 17 and Support"; Protection-Operations 18 $30,000 from "Coast Guard-Operating (5) 19 Expenses"; 20 (6) from "Coast Guard-Acquisi- $1,040,000 tion, Improvements"; and 21 Construction, (7) 22 from "United States Secret $5,166,000 23 Service-Operations and Support"; 24 $1,589,000 from "National Protection and (8) 25 Programs Directorate-Operations and Support"; February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

79 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml 74 1 from "Office of Health Affairs- (9) $362,000 and Operations 2 Support"; $362,000 from "Federal Emergency Man- 3 (10) Agency-Operations and Support"; 4 agement $206,000 (11) "U.S. Citizenship and Im- 5 from Support"; Services-Operations and migration 6 (12) $63,000 from "Science and Technology 7 Directorate-Operations Support"; and and 8 (13) $437,000 from "Domestic Nuclear Detec- 9 tion and 10 Support". Office-Operations (RESCISSIONS) 11 SEC. 539. Of the 12 appropriated to the Depart- funds 13 ment of Homeland Security, the following funds are here- 14 by from the following accounts and programs rescinded in specified amounts: Provided, That no amounts may 15 the be rescinded from amounts 16 were designated by the that 17 Congress as an emergency requirement pursuant to a con- 18 current resolution on the budget or the Balanced Budget 1985 19 Deficit Control Act of Emergency (Public Law and 20 99-177): 21 (1) $33,870,000 from Public Law 115-141 22 the heading "Transportation Security Admin- under Support". istration-Operations and 23 February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

80 U :\2019CONF\DivA-DHS.xml SEN. APPRO. 75 115-31 1 Public Law (2) from $17,045,000 the "Coast Guard-Research, Devel- under 2 heading 3 opment, Test, and Evaluation". 115-141 $17,200,000 Public Law from 4 (3) under heading "Domestic Nuclear Detection Of- 5 the 6 Assistance''. fice-Federal 114-4 under ( Public Law 4) from $7,400,000 7 heading "Coast Guard-Acquisition, Construc- the 8 and Improvements". 9 tion, Law 114-113 (5) from Public 10 $5,200,000 11 the heading "Coast Guard-Acquisition, Con- under Improvements". and struction, 12 (RESCISSION) 13 SEC. 540. From the unobligated balances available 14 in the Department of the 15 Forfeiture Fund estab- Treasury title by section 9703 of Code 31, United States lished 16 17 (added by section 638 of Public Law 102-393), 18 be permanently rescinded not later shall $200,000,000 than September 30, 2019. 19 "Department of division may be cited as the 20 This 2019". 21 Security Appropriations Act, Homeland February 13, 2019 (8:57 p.m.)

81 XUO)( APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml DIVISION B-AGRICULTURE, DE- 1 RURAL FOOD 2 ADMIN- AND VELOPMENT, DRUG RELATED ISTRATION, 3 AGENCIES AND 4 2019 ACT, APPROPRIATIONS 5 TITLE I 6 AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS 7 MARKETING PROCESSING, RESEARCH, AND OF SECRETARY 8 OFFICE THE OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING 9 TRANSFERS necessary expenses of the Office of the 10 For Secretary, $46,603,000, which not to exceed $5,051,000 shall be 11 of immediate Office of the Secretary; not the for available 12 exceed $800,000 shall be available 13 the Office of the to for Assistant to the Secretary for 14 Rural Development: Pro- vided, That funds made available by 15 Act to an agency this 16 the in Development Rural salaries and mission area for available are fund up to one administrative expenses 17 to staff for the Office; not to exceed $1,496,000 shall 18 support Security; available the Office of Homeland for not to be 19 of Part- shall be available for 20 Office exceed $4,711,000 the 21 and Public Engagement; not to exceed nerships $23,176,000 available for the Office of the Assist- shall be 22 ant Secretary for Administration, of which $22,301,000 23 pro- shall available for Departmental Administration 24 be to February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

82 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 2 1 necessary expenses for management support serv- vide for to offices the ices 2 of general Department and for adminis- mis- and alterations, and other repairs tration, 3 security, provided and expenses not otherwise supplies cellaneous 4 and of for the practical and efficient work 5 for necessary Provided further, That funds made avail- Department: 6 the Administration by mis- Act to an agency in the this able 7 sion 8 salaries and expenses are available to fund area for for up administrative support staff one the Office; not to 9 to exceed $3,869,000 10 be available for the Office of shall 11 Secretary for Congressional Relations to carry Assistant 12 the programs funded by this Act, including programs out 13 involving intergovernmental affairs and liaison within the 14 executive and not to exceed $7,500,000 shall be branch; available for Office of Communications: Provided fur- 15 the is That Secretary of Agriculture ther, authorized to 16 the 17 funds appropriated for any office transfer the Office of 18 the Secretary to any other office of the Office of the of Provided further, That no appropriation for any 19 Secretary: 20 office shall be increased or decreased by more than 5 per- 21 cent: further, That not to exceed $22,000 of the Provided amount made available 22 under this paragraph for the im- 23 mediate Office of the Secretary shall be available for offi- otherwise and representation expenses, not 24 reception cial by the Secretary: Provided determined 25 provided for, as February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

83 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 3 1 the amount made available under this head- further, That for Administration shall be reimbursed ing 2 Departmental applicable appropriations in this Act for travel 3 from ex- penses 4 the holding of hearings as required by incident to U.S.C. 551-558: Provided further, That funds made 5 5 6 under this heading for the Office of the Assistant available may be transferred Relations 7 for Congressional Secretary to of the Department of Agriculture funded by 8 agencies this Act to maintain personnel 9 the agency level: Pro- at 10 further, That no vided made available under this funds 11 heading for the Office of Assistant Secretary for Congres- may be obligated after 30 days from the 12 sional Relations unless date of this Act, enactment the Secretary has 13 of notified the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses 14 of Congress on the allocation of these funds by USDA 15 16 agency. 17 EXECUTIVE OPERATIONS 18 OF THE CHIEF ECONOMIST OFFICE 19 For necessary expenses of the Office of the Chief 20 Economist, of which $5,000,000 shall be for $21,286,000, research grants cooperative agreements for policy 21 under or 22 7 U.S.C. 3155. 23 OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS and 24 necessary expenses of the Office of Hearings For 25 Appeals, $15,222,000. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

84 U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml APPRO. SEN. 4 OF AND PROGRAM ANALYSIS OFFICE BUDGET 1 expenses 2 the Office of Budget and For necessary of Analysis, $9,525,000. 3 Program OF CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER THE OFFICE 4 necessary expenses of the Office of the Chief In- 5 For than Officer, $55,630,000, of which not less 6 formation 7 is for cybersecurity requirements of the de- $38,000,000 partment. 8 OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FIN.A,.N"CLUJ OFFICER 9 Chief For expenses 10 the Office of the necessary Fi- of I nancial Officer, $6,028,000. l 12 OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRET.ARY FOR CIVIL 13 RIGHTS For expenses of the Office of the Assistant 14 necessary Secretary for Civil Rights, $901,000: 15 That Provided, 16 made available by this Act funds an agency in the Civil to 17 Rights mission area for salaries and expenses are available staff 18 up to one administrative support fund for the Of- to 19 fice. 20 OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS Civil 21 necessary expenses of the Office of ]-,or Rights, 22 $24,206,000. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

85 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 5 1 AND FACILITIES AGRICUL'l'URE BUILDINGS TRANSFERS OF (INCLUDING 2 FUNDS) of space payment and related costs pursu- For 3 rental to Public Law 92-313, including authorities pursuant ant 4 to 1984 delegation of authority from the Adminis- 5 the of General Services to the Department of Agri- 6 trator and under 40 U.S.C. activities for programs 121, culture 7 of 8 which are included in this Act, and for Department the and other actions needed for the Department alterations 9 and its agencies 10 consolidate unneeded space into con- to 11 suitable for release to the Administrator of figurations General Services, and for the operation, maintenance, im- 12 13 provement, and repair of Agriculture buildings and facili- for related costs, $59,967,000, to remain avail- and 14 ties, able until 15 expended. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT HAzARDOUS 16 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 17 For necessary expenses of the Department 18 Agri- of 19 to comply with the Comprehensive Environmental culture, and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. Response, Compensation, 20 21 9601 et seq.) and the Solid Waste Disposal Act ( 42 U.S.C. 6901 seq.), $3,503,000, to remain available until ex- et 22 funds 23 That appropriations and Provided, available pended: 24 herein to the Department for Hazardous Materials Man- of may be transferred to any agency the Depart- 25 agement February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

86 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 6 1 its use in meeting all requirements pursuant to ment for above on the 2 Acts Federal and non-Federal lands. OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 3 OFFICE necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector 4 For including employment pursuant to the Inspector 5 General, General Act of 6 (Public Law 95-452; 5 U.S.C. App.), 1978 7 including such sums $98,208,000, may be for as necessary and arrangements with public agencies other contracting 8 and private persons pursuant In- section 6(a)(9) of the to 9 spector General Act of 10 (Public Law 95-452; 5 1978 11 U.S.C. App.), and including not to exceed $125,000 for 12 certain operational expenses, including the confidential payment informants, to be expended under the direction 13 of of the Inspector General pursuant 14 the Inspector Gen- to 15 Act of 1978 (Public eral 95-452; 5 U.S.C. App.) and Law 16 section 13 3 7 of the Agriculture and Food Act of 19 81 17 (Public 97-98). Law OFFICE THE GENERAL COUNSEL 18 OF For necessary 19 of the Office of the General expenses 20 Counsel, $45,146,000. 21 OF ETHICS OFFICE 22 For necessary expenses of the Office of Ethics, 23 $4,136,000. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

87 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 7 1 THE UNDER SECRETARY FOR RESEARCH, OFFICE OF AND EDUCATION, 2 ECONOl\IICS necessary expenses of the Office of the Under 3 For for Research, Education, and Economics, 4 Secretary $800,000: 5 Provided, funds made available by this That Act to an agency in the Research, Education, 6 Eco- and area for salaries and expenses are avail- mission 7 nomics able to 8 fund one to support staff for up administrative the Office. 9 ECONOMIC SERVICE 10 RESEARCH For necessary expenses of the Economic 11 Research 12 Service, $86,757,000. 13 NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE 14 For necessary expenses of the National Agricultural 15 Statistics of which up to Service, $174,517,000, shall for available until expended $45,300,000 the Cen- 16 be Agriculture: Provided, That amounts made available 17 sus of for the Census of Agriculture may be used to conduct Cur- 18 7 rent Report surveys subject to Industrial U.S.C. 19 d) and (f). 2204g( 20 21 AGRICULTURAL SERVICE RESEARCH SALARIES EXPENSES 22 AND For necessary 23 of the Agricultural Research expenses exchange, donation, and for acquisition of lands by Service 24 25 or purchase at a nominal cost not to exceed $100, and February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

88 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.x:m1 8 1 where the lands exchanged shall be of land for exchanges a payment or be equalized by shall of money equal 2 value the grantor which shall not exceed 25 percent of the 3 to of the land or interests value out of Fed- total 4 transferred ownership, $1,303,266,000, of which $10,600,000, to 5 eral carry out until expended, shall be 6 to remain available used 7 science program at the National Bio- and Agro-de- the in Manhattan, Kansas: Provided, fense Facility 8 located That hereunder shall be available for the 9 appropriations operation and maintenance of aircraft and 10 purchase the 11 not to exceed one for replacement only: Provided of fur- l 2 ther, That appropriations hereunder shall be available pur- 13 suant to 7 U.S.C. 2250 for the construction, alteration, 14 and buildings and improvements, but unless oth- repair of provided, any cost of constructing erwise one building 15 the exceed $500,000, except for headhouses or green- not shall 16 houses which shall each be limited to $1,800,000, except 17 or for to be constructed buildings improved at a cost 18 10 not to exceed $1,100,000 each, and except for two build- 19 at a cost not to exceed $3,000,000 ings to be constructed 20 21 each, the cost of altering any one building during the and the fiscal 22 not exceed 10 percent of year current re- shall 23 placement value of the building or $500,000, whichever 24 greater: is Provided further, That appropriations here- agreements under shall be available for entering into lease 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

89 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 9 1 Agricultural Research Service location for the con- at any of facility by a non-Federal entity for 2 a research struction by the Agricultural Research Service and a condition use 3 oper- lease shall be that any facility shall be owned, the 4 of and maintained by the ated, entity and shall 5 non-Federal be removed upon the expiration or 6 of the lease termination Provided further, That the limitations on alter- 7 agreement: ations contained 8 Act shall in apply to moderniza- this not tion or replacement of existing facilities at Beltsville, 9 Maryland: further, 10 That appropriations here- Provided the under be available for 11 easements at shall granting 12 Beltsville Agricultural Research Center: Provided further, 13 That the foregoing limitations shall not apply to replace- 14 ment buildings needed to carry out the Act of April of 24, (21 U.S.C. 113a): Provided further, That appro- 15 1948 priations hereunder shall be available for granting ease- 16 ments Research any Agricultural 17 Service location for at the by of a research facility 18 a non-Federal construction acceptable entity use by, and 19 to, the Agricultural Re- for be shall easements and a condition of the Service search 20 that the completion the facility shall be accepted by 21 upon of 22 to the availability subject funds herein, if the Secretary, 23 Secretary finds that acceptance of the facility is in the the United States: Provided further, That funds 24 of interest 25 may be received from any State, other political subdivi- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

90 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 10 1 or individual for the purpose of estab- sion, organization, or 2 operating lishing any research facility or research authorized the Agricultural Research Service, as of project 3 law. by 4 AND BUILDINGS FACILITIES 5 the acquisition 6 land, construction, repair, im- For of of purchase and fixed alteration, provement, 7 extension, carry out the agri- equipment or as necessary to 8 facilities the Department of Agri- research programs of 9 cultural culture, where not otherwise provided, 10 to re- $381,200,000 11 available until expended, of which $247,700,000 main co-located shall 12 for ARS facilities be with univer- allocated 13 sity partners. 14 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 15 RESEARCH EDUCATION ACTIVITIES .A..i~D For payments agricultural experiment stations, for 16 to cooperative and other research, for facilities, and 17 forestry for other 18 $927,649,000, which shall be for the expenses, 19 and in the amounts, purposes, in the table titled specified Research "National Institute of Food and Agriculture, 20 21 Education Activities" in the joint explanatory state- and funds ment this Act: Provided, That re- for accompanying 22 23 search grants for 1994 institutions, education grants for 24 institutions, capacity building for non-land-grant 1890 25 colleges of agriculture, the agriculture and food research February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

91 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 11 1 medicine loan repayment, multicul- initiative, veterinary 2 scholars, fellowship and institution chal- graduate tural re- and grants management systems shall grants, lenge 3 available main 4 Provided That each expended: further, until under the Evans-Allen funds institution eligible 5 receive to program receives no less than $1,000,000: Provided 6 fur- 7 That funds for education grants for Alaska Native ther, and Hawaiian-serving institutions be made avail- Native 8 able to individual eligible institutions or consortia of eligi- 9 ble institutions with funds awarded equally to each of the 10 States of Alaska and Hawaii: Provided further, That funds 11 12 for education grants for 1890 institutions shall be made 13 available institutions eligible to receive funds under 7 to U.S.C. and 3222: Provided further, That not more 14 3221 than 5 percent of the amounts made available by this or 15 Re- 16 Act to carry out the Agriculture and Food other any 17 search Initiative under 7 U.S.C. 450i(b) may be retained 18 by the Secretary of Agriculture to pay administrative costs 19 incurred the Secretary in carrying out that authority. by NATIVE AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS ENDOWMENT FUND 20 21 the Native American Institutions Endowment For 22 Fund by Public Law 103-382 (7 U.S.C. 301 authorized 23 note), $11,880,000, to remain available until expended. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

92 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 12 1 EXTENSION ACTIYITIES payments For the District of Columbia, to 2 States, Rico, the Virgin Islands, Micronesia, the Puerto Guam, 3 $505,692,000, and American Samoa, Marianas, Northern 4 shall be for the purposes, and in the amounts, speci- 5 which Institute in table titled "National the of Food and fied 6 7 Extension Activities" in the joint explanatory Agriculture, 8 accompanying this Act: Provided, That funds statement at 1890 institutions shall remain for improvements facility 9 institu- That further, Provided expended: available 10 until tions eligible to receive funds under 7 U.S.C. 3221 11 co- for 12 operative extension receive no less than $1,000,000: Pro- 13 vided further, That funds for cooperative extension under 14 sections and (c) of the Smith-Lever Act (7 U.S.C. 3(b) of 343(b) and section 208(c) (c)) Public Law 93-471 15 and shall be available for retirement and employees' compensa- 16 tion 17 for extension agents. costs INTEGRATED 18 ACTIVITIES For the integrated 19 education, and extension research, 20 grants programs, including necessary administrative ex- 21 penses, which shall be for the purposes, and $38,000,000, the 22 amounts, specified in the table titled "National In- in 23 stitute of Food and Agriculture, Integrated Activities" in 24 joint explanatory statement accompanying this Act: the De- Provided, That funds for the Food and Agriculture 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

93 U:\2019CONI<~\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 13 1 shall remain available until September 30, fense Initiative Provided That notwithstanding any other further, 2020: 2 of law, indirect costs shall not be charged 3 provision any against Implementation Program Area 4 Extension awarded grant the Crop Protection/Pest Manage- 5 under 6 Program (7 U.S.C. 7626). ment 7 OFFICE THE UNDER SECRETARY FOR MARKETING OF AND REGULATORY 8 PROGRAl\IS necessary expenses of For Office of the Under 9 the Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs, 10 $901,000: 11 That funds made available by this Provided, the Act an agency in 12 Marketing and Regulatory Pro- to 13 grams mission area for salaries and expenses are available 14 to up to one administrative support staff for the Of- fund fice. 15 ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 16 EXPENSES SALARIES AND 17 TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING 18 For necessary expenses of the Animal 19 Plant and 20 Health Inspection Service, including up to $30,000 for 21 representation allowances and for expenses pursuant to 22 the Service Act of 1980 (22 U.S.C. 4085), Foreign $1,011,136,000, of which $470,000, to remain available 23 24 until expended, shall be available for the of out- control and for of insects, plant diseases, animal diseases 25 breaks February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

94 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 14 1 pest animals and birds ("contingency fund") to control of extent to meet emergency conditions; of the necessary 2 $11,520,000, to remain available until expended, 3 which for the cotton pests program for cost share used be shall 4 or for debt retirement for active eradication purposes 5 zones; of which $37,857,000, to remain available until ex- 6 7 pended, be for Animal Health Technical Services; of shall under the authority which shall be for activities 8 $705,000 of the Horse Protection Act of 1970, as amended (15 9 U.S.C. which of 10 $62,840,000, to remain available 1831); of until shall be used 11 support avian health; expended, to 12 which $4,251,000, to remain available until expended, 13 shall be for information technology infrastructure; of 14 which to remain available until expended, $186,013,000, shall be specialty crop pests; of which, $11,826,000, 15 for be to until expended, shall available for field crop 16 remain and rangeland ecosystem 17 of which $16,523,000, to pests; 18 available until expended, shall be for zoonotic dis- remain ease management; of which $40,966,000, to remain avail- 19 20 able until expended, shall be for emergency preparedness 21 and of which $60,000,000, to remain available response; until expended, shall be for tree 22 wood pests; of which and 23 $5,725,000, to remain available until expended, shall be 24 for the National Veterinary Stockpile; of which up to 25 $1,500,000, to remain available until expended, shall be February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

95 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 15 for program for indemnities; of which the 1 scrapie 2 be until expended, shall available to $2,500,000, remain for 3 damage management program for aviation the wildlife Provided, of amounts available under this That safety: 4 for methods services heading development, 5 wildlife 6 $1,000,000 remain available until expended: Pro- shall vided further, That of amounts available under this head- 7 8 ing screwworm program, $4,990,000 shall remain for the to $13,600,000, remain which until available of 9 expended; available 10 to be used until carry out the shall expended, science program at the National Bio- and Agro-defense 11 Manhattan, Kansas: Provided further, Facility in located 12 That no funds shall be used to formulate or administer 13 the current fiscal eradication program for 14 a brucellosis 15 year does not require minimum matching by the that Provided States least 40 percent: at further, That this 16 of appropriation shall be available for the operation and 17 maintenance of aircraft and the purchase of not to exceed 18 Provided be which two shall of for replacement only: 19 five, 20 further, That in addition, in emergencies which threaten 21 any of the agricultural production industry of the segment 22 States, the Secretary may transfer from other ap- United corpora- or agencies the available funds or propriations 23 to nec- deemed be the Department such sums as may of 24 tions the essary, to be available only in such emergencies for 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

96 APPRO. SEN. U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 16 1 eradication of contagious or infectious disease arrest and and or plants, for expenses animals, pests poultry, 2 or of accordance with sections 10411 and 10417 of the Ani- in 3 mal Protection Act (7 U.S.C. 8310 and 8316) and Health 4 Plant 431 442 of the and Protection Act ( 7 5 sections U.S.C. 7751 6 7772), and any unexpended balances of and 7 transferred for such emergency purposes in the pre- funds ceding year shall be merged with such transferred 8 fiscal amounts: Provided further, That appropriations hereunder 9 the shall 10 pursuant to law (7 U.S.C. 2250) for be available 11 repair and alteration of leased buildings and improve- 12 ments, but unless otherwise provided the cost of altering 13 any building during the fiscal year shall not exceed one of 10 the current replacement value of the build- 14 percent mg. 15 In fiscal year 2019, the agency is authorized to 16 collect 17 to cover the total costs of providing technical assist- fees ance, goods, or services requested by States, other political 18 19 subdivisions, domestic and international organizations, 20 foreign or individuals, provided governments, such that fees are structured such that any entity's liability for 21 such the technical assistance, goods, 22 fees is reasonably based on 23 or services provided to the entity by the agency, and such to 24 shall be reimbursed to this account, fees remain avail- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

97 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 17 1 expended, without further appropriation, for able until or services. such assistance, 2 goods, providing FACILITIES .AND 3 BUILDINGS plans, construction, repair, preventive mainte- 4 For environmental nance, improvement, extension, al- 5 support, and teration, of fixed equipment or facilities, as 6 purchase 7 by as U.S.C. 2250, and acquisition of land 7 authorized authorized 8 428a, $3,175,000, to remain avail- by 7 U.S.C. until expended. 9 able 10 AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE MARKETING SERVICES 11 For expenses of the Agricultural Marketing 12 necessary 13 $159,095,000, of which $4,000,000 shall be avail- Service, 14 able for the purposes of section 12306 of Public Law 113- 15 79; of which $1,500,000 shall be available for mar- and keting authorized under section 204(b) of the 16 activities Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 (7 U.S.C. 1623(b)) 17 18 to to State departments of agriculture, State coop- provide erative extension services, institutions of higher education, 19 20 and nonprofit organizations grants to carry out programs 21 and assistance to promote innovation, provide technical improvement, 22 process and marketing relating to dairy products: Provided, That this appropriation shall be avail- 23 pursuant to law (7 U.S.C. 2250) for the alteration able 24 but repair of buildings and improvements, and the cost 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

98 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 18 1 any one building during the fiscal year shall of altering exceed 2 of the current replacement value percent 10 not building. the of 3 may be collected for the cost of standardization Fees 4 activities, established by regulation pursuant to as (31 5 law U.S.C. 9701). 6 LIMITATION ON 7 EXPENSES ADMINISTRATIVE 8 to exceed $61,227,000 (from fees collected) shall Not the current fiscal year for administra- be during obligated 9 understated is Provided, That if crop size expenses: 10 tive and/or other uncontrollable events occur, the agency may 11 to exceed limitation by up this 10 percent with notification 12 13 to the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of 14 Congress. FUNDS FOR MARKETS, INCOME, AND 15 STRENGTHENING (SECTION SUPPLY 16 32) 17 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) Funds available under section 32 of the Act 18 Au- of 19 24, 1935 (7 U.S.C. 612c), shall be used only gust com- for and other 20 modity program expenses as authorized therein, 21 related operating expenses, except for: (1) transfers to the 22 Department Commerce as authorized by the Fish and of 742a Wildlife of 1956 (16 U.S.C. 23 et seq.); (2) trans- Act 24 fers otherwise provided in this Act; and ( 3) not more than of 25 for formulation and administration $20,705,000 mar- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

99 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 19 1 and orders pursuant to the Agricultural keting agreements Agricultural and the Agreement 1937 of Marketing 2 Act 87-128). Law (Public 3 Act of 1961 TO PAYMENTS AND POSSESSIONS 4 STATES payments For departments of agriculture, bureaus 5 to and departments of markets, and similar agencies for 6 marketing under section 204(b) of the Agricul- activities 7 U.S.C. tural of 1946 (7 Act 1623(b)), Marketing 8 9 $1,235,000. LIMITATION ON INSPECTION AND .. WEIGHING SERVICES 10 EXPENSES 11 Not to exceed $55,000,000 (from fees collected) shall 12 be obligated during the current fiscal year for inspection 13 14 and weighing services: Provided, That if grain export ac- 15 tivities additional supervision and oversight, or require other factors occur, this limitation may be 16 uncontrollable exceeded by up to 10 percent with notification to the 17 Com- 18 on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress. mittees OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY FOR FOOD SAFETY 19 20 For necessary expenses of the Office of the Under 21 Secretary Food Safety, $800,000: Provided, That for to funds 22 by this Act made an agency in the Food available 23 Safety mission area for salaries and expenses are available for up to one administrative support staff the Of- to 24 fund 25 fice. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

100 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 20 1 AND INSPEC'l'ION SERVICE FOOD SAFETY necessary 2 carry out services author- expenses For to ized 3 by Federal Meat Inspection Act, the Poultry the Inspection Act, and the 4 Products Inspection Products Egg Act, not to exceed $10,000 for representation 5 including allowances 6 for expenses pursuant to section 8 of the and Act approved August 7 1956 (7 U.S.C. 1766), 3, and in addition, $1,000,000 may be cred- 8 $1,049,344,000; for ited account from fees collected this the cost of lab- 9 to oratory accreditation as authorized by section 1327 of 10 the 11 Agriculture, Conservation and Trade Act of 1990 Food, Provided, That funds provided for the 12 U.S.C. 138f): (7 13 Public Health Data Communication Infrastructure system 14 shall until expended: remain available further, Provided 15 fewer than 148 full-time equivalent positions shall no That employed during fiscal year 2019 for purposes dedi- 16 be cated solely to inspections and enforcement related to the 17 Humane of Slaughter Act (7 U.S.C. 1901 et Methods 18 seq.): Provided further, That the Food Safety and Inspec- 19 of section Service shall continue implementation 20 tion 21 11016 Public Law 110-246 as further clarified by the of amendments made in section 12106 of Public 22 Law 113- 23 79: Provided further, That this appropriation shall be U.S.C. to law (7 pursuant 2250) for the alter- 24 available 25 ation and repair of buildings and improvements, but the February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

101 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 21 building of altering 1 one cost during the fiscal year any replacement current not exceed 10 percent of the shall 2 building. the of value 3 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

102 U :\2019CO NF\DivB-Ag.xml APPRO. SEN. 22 1 TITLE II PRODUCTION CONSERVATION FARM 2 AND 3 PROGRAMS OF THE UNDER SECRETARY FOR FARM 4 OFFICE AND PRODUCTION 5 CONSERVATION necessary expenses of For Office of the Under 6 the Secretary for 7 Production and Conservation, Farm Provided, That funds made available by this 8 $901,000: the an agency in Farm Production and Conserva- Act 9 to tion mission 10 area for salaries and expenses are available 11 to fund up to one administrative support staff for the Of- 12 fice. FARM PRODUCTION CONSERVATION BUSINESS 13 AND 14 CENTER 15 SALARIES .AND EXPENSES (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 16 and For expenses of the Farm Production necessary 17 18 Conservation Business Center, $216,350,000: Provided, 19 That $60,228,000 of amounts appropriated for the cur- section rent year pursuant to fiscal 1241(a) of the Farm 20 21 Security and Rural Investment Act of 1985 (16 U.S.C. this and merged with ac- to 22 shall be 3841(a)) transferred 23 count. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

103 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xrnl APPRO. SEN. 23 1 SERVICE AGENCY FARM EXPENSES SALARIES 2 AND FUNDS) TRANSFERS 3 OF (INCLUDING expenses of 4 Farm Service Agency, For necessary the $20,000,000 than not less shall which $1,081,655,000, 5 of for be 6 of new employees to fill vacancies at hiring the Service Agency county offices and farm loan officers 7 Farm and shall be available Provided, September 30, 2020: until 8 That not than 50 percent of the funding made avail- more 9 under this heading for information technology related able 10 to farm program delivery 11 be obligated until the Sec- may 12 submits to the Committees on Appropriations of retary 13 Houses of Congress, and receives written or elec- both 14 tronic notification of receipt from such Committees of, a 15 plan expenditure that (1) identifies for each project/ for investment $25,000 (a) the functional and perform- 16 over ance capabilities to be delivered and the mission benefits 17 en- 18 realized, (b) the estimated lifecycle cost for the be to 19 tirety of the project/investment, including estimates for and operations, as well as maintenance and development 20 (c) each milestones to be met; (2) demonstrates that 21 key the Farm Service project/investment is, (a) consistent with 22 23 Agency Information Technology Roadmap, (b) being man- 24 aged in accordance with applicable lifecycle management De- applicable and guidance, and ( c) subject to the policies 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

104 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 24 1 capital planning and investment control re- partment' s Government and been reviewed by the has (3) quirements; 2 3 Accountability Office by the Committees on and approved both Houses of Congress: Provided fur- of 4 Appropriations report That agency shall submit a ther, by the end 5 the of the fourth quarter of fiscal year 6 to the Commit- 2019 and the Government Accountability on Appropriations 7 tees Office, 8 for each project/investment that is that identifies (a) 9 operational current performance against key indicators of customer satisfaction, (b) current 10 of serv- performance 11 level agreements or other technical metrics, ( c) ice current 12 performance against a pre-established cost baseline, (d) a 13 detailed breakdown of current and planned spending on 14 operational or upgrades, and ( e) an assess- enhancements ment whether the investment continues to meet busi- 15 of ness needs as intended as well as alternatives to the invest- 16 ment: 17 further, That the Secretary is authorized Provided and to the services, facilities, 18 authorities (but not the use 19 funds) of the Commodity Credit Corporation to make pro- gram for all programs administered by the payments 20 Agency: funds further, That other 21 made available Provided 22 to the Agency for authorized activities may be advanced 23 to and merged with this account: Provided further, That committees 24 available to county made shall remain funds 25 available until expended: Provided further, That none of February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

105 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 25 1 available to the Farm Service Agency shall be the funds to Farm Service Agency county offices: Pro- used close 2 further, That none of the 3 available to the vided funds Farm Agency shall be Service to permanently relo- 4 used cate county based employees that would result in an 5 office 6 two or fewer employees without prior notification and with both approval Committees on Appropriations of the 7 of Houses of Congress. 8 STATE l\IEDL~TION GRANTS 9 For to pursuant 10 section 502(b) of the Agricul- grants (7 tural 11 of 1987, as amended Credit U.S.C. 5101- Act 12 5106), $3,904,000. 13 GRASSROOTS SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM 14 For expenses to carry out wellhead or necessary groundwater activities under section 12400 of 15 protection the Food Security Act of 1985 (16 U.S.C. 3839bb-2), 16 $6,500,000, available remain 17 until expended. to DAIRY PROGRAM INDEl\INITY 18 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 19 For necessary expenses involved in making indemnity 20 21 payments to dairy farmers and manufacturers of dairy 22 products a indemnity program, such sums as under dairy may 23 necessary, to remain available until expended: Pro- be 24 vided, That such program is carried out by the Secretary 25 in the same manner as the dairy indemnity program de- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

106 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 26 Rural Development, Food and 1 Agriculture, scribed the in Administration, Related Agencies Appropria- 2 and Drug 1549A- Stat. 114 106-387, Law 2001 Act, tions 3 (Public 4 12). CREDIT FUND AGRICULTURAL PROGRAM 5 INSURANCE ACCOUNT 6 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 7 For gross obligations for the 8 amount of di- principal and guaranteed farm ownership (7 U.S.C. 1922 et 9 rect et seq.) (7 U.S.C. 1941 operating seq.) loans, emer- 10 and gency loans (7 U.S.C. 1961 11 seq.), Indian tribe land ac- et 12 loans (25 U.S.C. quisition boll weevil loans (7 488), 13 U.S.C. 1989), guaranteed conservation loans (7 U.S.C. 14 1924 seq.), et Indian highly land loans and fractionated funds U.S.C. to (25 available from 488) in the Agricul- 15 be tural Credit Insurance $2,750,000,000 as follows: Fund, 16 for farm ownership loans and $1,500,000,000 17 guaranteed 18 farm ownership direct loans; $1,960,000,000 for un- for 19 subsidized guaranteed operating loans and 20 $1,530,000,000 direct operating loans; emergency for loans, loans, Indian 21 land acquisition $37,668,000; tribe 22 $20,000,000; guaranteed conservation loans, 23 $150,000,000; Indian highly fractionated land loans, program for boll weevil eradication and 24 $10,000,000; That the Secretary shall 25 loans, $30,000,000: Provided, February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

107 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 27 1 pink bollworm to be a boll weevil for the purpose deem the boll eradication program loans. 2 of weevil the cost of direct and guaranteed For and loans 3 including the cost of grants, loans as defined 4 modifying in section 502 of the Congressional Budget Act 1974, of 5 as follows: operating loans, $59,670,000 for direct 6 farm loans, 7 operating $21,168,000 for unsubsidized guaranteed operating loans, emergency loans, $1,567,000 and 8 $2,134,000 9 Indian highly fractionated land loans to for until expended. 10 remain available In 11 for administrative expenses necessary to addition, programs, carry out the direct and guaranteed loan 12 13 Provided, That of this amount, $317,068,000: $290,917,000 shall transferred to and merged with the be 14 15 for "Farm Service Agency, Salaries and Ex- appropriation penses": Provided further, 16 of That amount this the $16,081,000 be transferred to and 17 with shall merged 18 appropriation for "Farm Production and Conservation 19 Business Center, Salaries and Expenses". 20 Funds by this Act to the Agricultural appropriated 21 Insurance Program Account for farm ownership, Credit 22 operating and conservation direct loans and guaranteed 23 may be transferred among these programs: Pro- loans 24 vided, That the Committees on Appropriations of both February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

108 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 28 1 are notified Houses of Congress days ad- 15 at in least 2 vance of transfer. any AGENCY MA1~AGEMENT 3 RISK 4 SALARIES AND EXPENSES necessary expenses of the Risk Management 5 For $58,361,000: Provided, 6 Agency, That not to exceed shall be available for official reception 7 $1,000 rep- and as authorized by 7 U.S.C. 1506(i). 8 resentation expenses, 9 RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE NATURAL 10 CONSERVATION OPERATIONS necessary expenses for 11 out the proVI- For carrying sions of the Act of April 27, 1935 (16 12 590a-f), U.S.C. 13 preparation of conservation plans and establish- including 14 of measures to conserve soil and water (including ment 15 farm irrigation and land drainage and such special meas- ures soil and water management as may be necessary for 16 reservoirs to and the siltation of floods and to con- 17 prevent trol agricultural related pollutants); operation of 18 conserva- 19 plant materials centers; classification and mapping of tion soil; dissemination of information; acquisition of lands, 20 21 water, and interests therein for use in the plant materials 22 donation, exchange, or purchase at a nominal by program cost not to exceed $100 pursuant to the Act of August 23 and erection or alter- U.S.C. 428a); purchase 24 3, 1956 (7 temporary 25 or improvement of permanent and ation build- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

109 APPRO. SEN. U :\2019CO NF\DivB-Ag.xml 29 1 operation and maintenance of aircraft, mgs; and to remain $819,492,000, 2 available 30, until September hereunder appropriations Provided, shall be That 2020: 3 pursuant to 7 U.S.C. 2250 for and construction available 4 of and public improvements at 5 buildings improvement materials 6 except that the cost of alterations plant centers, and improvements to other im- and other public buildings 7 exceed $250,000: Provided further, not provements 8 shall when That or other structures are erected on 9 buildings non-Federal land, that the right to use 10 land is ob- such 11 as provided in 7 U.S.C. 2250a: Provided further, tained That of the amounts made available under this heading, 12 13 $5,600,000, shall remain available until expended for the 14 authorities U.S.C. 1001-1005 and 1007-1009 under 16 authorized with watershed projects for a primary 15 ongoing of providing water to rural communities. 16 purpose WATERSHED AND FLOOD PREVENTION OPERATIONS 17 For expenses to carry out preventive meas- necessary 18 ures, including but not limited to surveys and investiga- 19 and tions, engineering operations, works of improvement, 20 21 changes use of land, in accordance with the Watershed in Protection 22 and Flood Prevention Act (16 U.S.C. 1001- 23 1005 and 1007-1009) and in accordance with the provi- the Department, the relating to of activities of 24 laws sions 25 $150,000,000, to remain available until expended: Pro- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

110 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 30 l for funds provided by this Act or any other vided, That Act, water- limitation regarding the size of the prior 2 the hundred tw_o and fifty shed exceeding or 3 subwatershed thousand in which such activities can be undertaken acres 4 shall only apply for activities undertaken for the primary 5 purpose 6 flood prevention (including structural and land of treatment measures): further, That of the Provided 7 amounts 8 available under this heading, $50,000,000 made shall be allocated to projects 9 activities that can com- and 10 promptly following enactment; that address re- mence gional priorities for flood prevention, agricultural water 11 12 management, inefficient irrigation systems, fish and wild- 13 life or watershed protection; or that address au- habitat, thorized projects under the authorities of section 14 ongoing 13 of the Flood Control Act of December 22, 1944 15 (Public 16 78-534) with a primary purpose of watershed Law protec- 17 tion by preventing floodwater damage and stabilizing 18 stream channels, tributaries, and banks to reduce erosion 19 and transport. sediment WATERSHED PROGRAM 20 REHABILITATION Under the authorities of section 14 of 21 Watershed the 22 Protection and Flood Prevention Act, $10,000,000 is pro- 23 vided: Provided, That of the amounts made available 24 this heading, $5,000,000 shall remain available under 25 until expended for watershed rehabilitation projects in February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

111 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 31 1 dams and other watershed struc- with states high-hazard that recently and incurred flooding events tures have 2 caused fatalities. 3 which 4 CORPORATIONS hereby are and agencies corporations following The 5 make expenditures, 6 the limits of to authorized within and borrowing authority available to each such cor- funds 7 and in accord with law, and to make agency 8 or poration 9 and commitments without regard to fiscal year contracts limitations provided by section 104 of the Government 10 as Corporation Control Act as may be 11 in carrying necessary in the programs set forth current the budget for the out 12 13 fiscal year for such corporation or agency, except as here- inafter provided. 14 FEDERAL CROP CORPORATION FUND 15 INSURANCE payments as For by section 516 of the 16 authorized Federal Crop Insurance Act (7 U.S.C. 1516), 17 sums such 18 may be necessary, to remain available until expended. as 19 COMMODITY CORPORATION FUND CREDIT 20 FOR NET REALIZED LOSSES REIMBURSEMENT 21 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) nec- 22 current fiscal year, such sums as may be the For 23 essary to reimburse the Commodity Credit Corporation for reim- net realized losses sustained, but not previously 24 Act 7, pursuant to section 2 of the 1 of August 25 bursed, February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

112 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 32 J U.S.C. 713a-ll): Provided, That of the funds 1961 (15 sec- Commodity Credit Corporation under the available 2 to Act Commodity the Charter Credit Corporation tion of 3 11 4 (15 U.S.C. 714i) for conduct of its business with the the 5 Agricultural Service, up to $5,000,000 may be Foreign transferred and used by the Foreign Agricultural Serv- 6 to ice for information resource 7 activities of the management 8 Agricultural Service that Foreign not related to Com- are 9 modity Credit Corporation business. 10 HAZARDOUS MANAGEMENT WASTE (LIMITATION ON EXPENSES) 11 For the current 12 year, the Commodity Credit fiscal Corporation shall 13 expend more than $5,000,000 for not 14 site investigation and cleanup expenses, and operations 15 and maintenance expenses to comply with the requirement 16 of 107(g) of the Comprehensive Environmental section 17 Compensation, and Liability Act ( 42 U.S.C. Response, 18 9607(g)), and section 6001 of the Solid Waste Disposal 19 Act (42 U.S.C. 6961). February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

113 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 33 1 TITLE III DEVELOPMENT 2 PROGRAMS RURAL DEVELOPMENT 3 . RURAL EXPENSES SALARIES 4 AND OF FUNDS) TRANSFERS 5 (INCLUDING 6 expenses for carrying out the adminis- For necessary tration and implementation of Rural Development pro- 7 8 including activities with institutions concerning the grams, and operation of agricultural cooperatives; 9 development and cooperative agreements; $236,835,000: Provided, 10 for That no less than $6,000,000 11 be for information shall Provided further, That notwith- 12 technology investments: 13 standing any other provision of law, funds appropriated under heading may be used for advertising and pro- this 14 motional that support Rural Development pro- 15 activities other Provided further, That in addition to any grams: 16 17 funds appropriated for purposes authorized by section 18 502(i) of the Housing Act of 1949 ( 42 U.S.C. 14 72(i) ), 19 amounts collected under such section, as amended by any 20 this Act, will immediately be credited to this account and for will remain available until expended 21 such purposes. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

114 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 34 1 SERVICE RURAL HOUSING HOUSING 2 PROGRAM ACCOUNT INSURANCE RURAL FUND OF TRANSFERS FUNDS) (INCLUDING 3 obligations for 4 principal amount of di- For gross the and 5 loans as authorized by title V of the rect guaranteed Housing of 1949, to be Act from funds in the 6 available rural housing insurance fund, 7 follows: $1,000,000,000 as and $24,000,000,000 shall be for 8 be for direct loans shall loans; $28,000,000 for section guaranteed unsubsidized 9 504 housing repair loans; $40,000,000 for section 515 10 rental section $230,000,000 for 11 538 guaranteed housing; multi-family for loans; $10,000,000 12 credit sales housing 13 single family housing acquired property; $5,000,000 for of 14 section 523 self-help housing land development loans; and 15 $5,000,000 section 524 site development loans. for For cost of direct and guaranteed loans, including 16 the the cost of modifying loans, as defined in section 502 of 17 the 18 Budget Act of 1974, as follows: section Congressional 19 loans, $67,700,000 shall be for direct loans; section 502 20 504 housing repair loans, $3,419,000; section 523 self- 21 help land development loans, $431,000; section housing 22 site development loans, $176,000; and repair, reha- 524 23 bilitation, and new construction of section 515 rental 24 $9,484,000: Provided, That to support the loan housing, made program level for section 538 guaranteed loans 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

115 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 35 1 this heading the Secretary may charge or available under of any cover the projected cost to such loan 2 fees adjust pursuant to the provisions of the Credit Re- guarantees 3 interest (2 U.S.C. 661 et seq.), and the 1990 4 form of Act on loans may not such subsidized: Provided further, 5 be That applicants in 6 that have a current rural communities 7 waiver under section 541 of the Housing Act of 1949 area living treated as in a rural 1490q) be (42 shall 8 U.S.C. area for purposes of section 502 guaranteed loans 9 pro- 10 under this heading: Provided further, That of the vided amounts available under this paragraph for section 502 11 12 direct loans, no less than $5,000,000 shall be available for 13 direct for individuals whose homes will be built pur- loans a suant program funded with a mutual and self-help 14 to housing grant authorized by section 523 of the Housing 15 Act June 1949 until 16 1, 2019: Provided further, That of the implement shall 17 provisions to provide incen- Secretary 18 to nonprofit organizations and public housing au- tives 19 thorities to facilitate the acquisition of Rural Housing 20 Service multifamily properties by such (RHS) housing nonprofit organizations and public housing authorities 21 properties that to keep such commit in the RHS multi- 22 23 family housing program for a period of time as determined incentives by Secretary, with such the to include, but not 24 25 be limited to, the following: allow such nonprofit entities February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

116 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 36 1 housing authorities to earn a Return on Invest- and public proceeds on resources to include own from low their ment 2 contributions, tax credit syndication, own housing 3 income and developer loans at favorable rates and terms, 4 grants, in a deal; and invested reimbursement of organiza- 5 allow tional costs 6 with owner's oversight of asset re- associated as "Asset Management Fee" of up to $7,500 7 to ferred per property. 8 In addition, for the cost of direct loans, grants, and 9 the as authorized 10 sections 514 and 516 of contracts, by 11 Housing Act of 1949 (42 U.S.C. 1484, 1486), direct for expended, until available remain $16,853,000, 12 to farm labor loans and domestic farm labor housing 13 housing 14 and contracts: Provided, That any balances avail- grants able for the Farm 15 Program Account shall be trans- Labor 16 to and merged with this account. ferred In addition, for administrative expenses necessary to 17 18 carry out the direct and guaranteed loan programs, transferred to and merged with the 19 $412,254,000 be shall appropriation "Rural 20 Development, Salaries and Ex- for penses". 21 RENTAL ASSIS'l'ANCE PROGRAM 22 23 For rental assistance agreements entered into or re- 24 newed pursuant to the authority under section 52l(a)(2) 25 of the Housing Act of 1949 or agreements entered into February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

117 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 37 1 of debt forgiveness or payments for eligible house- in lieu section 502(c)(5)(D) of the Hous- by as authorized holds 2 3 of 1949, $1,331,400,000, of which $40,000,000 ing Act be available until September 4 2020; shall 30, in and addi- by as sec- may be necessary, authorized tion sums as 5 such 6 tion 521(c) of Act, to liquidate debt incurred the to prior 7 fiscal 1992 to out the rental assistance program year carry section Provided, of the Act: under That rental 8 52l(a)(2) agreements entered into or renewed during the 9 assistance current 10 year shall be funded for a one-year period: fiscal 11 further, That any unexpended balances remain- Provided one-year ing the end of such trans- agreements may be at 12 13 ferred and used for purposes of any debt reduction; main- 14 tenance, or rehabilitation of any existing projects; repair, preservation; and assistance activities authorized 15 rental further, title under the Act: Provided V That rental as- 16 of sistance provided under agreements entered into 17 to prior 18 year 2019 for a farm labor multi-family housing fiscal 516 19 under section 514 or financed of the Act may project 20 not be recaptured for use in another project until such 21 assistance remained unused for a period of 12 con- has has if such project a waiting list of ten- 22 months, secutive 23 ants seeking such assistance or the project has rental as- 24 eligible sistance tenants who are not receiving such assist- 25 ance: Provided further, That such recaptured rental assist- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

118 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 38 1 to the extent practicable, be applied to another ance shall, labor housing project financed under farm 2 multi-family 514 or 516 of the Act: Provided further, That ex- 3 section cept as in the third proviso under this heading 4 provided notwithstanding any other provision of the Act, the 5 and Secretary may 6 rental assistance provided under recapture 7 entered into prior to fiscal year 2019 for a agreements the Secretary determines no longer needs that project 8 rental assistance and use such recaptured funds for cur- 9 10 needs. rent MULTI-FAMILY REVITALIZATION PROGRAM 11 HOUSING 12 ACCOUNT For 13 rural housing voucher program as authorized the 14 under section 542 of the Housing Act of 1949, but not- 15 withstanding (b) of such section, and for addi- subsection tional costs conduct a demonstration program for the 16 to and revitalization of multi-family rental hous- 17 preservation ing properties described in 18 paragraph, $51,500,000, this 19 remain available until expended: Provided, That of to the 20 funds made available under this heading, $27,000,000, 21 shall be available for rural housing vouchers to any low- 22 income (including those not receiving rental as- household 23 residing in a property financed with a section sistance) 24 515 loan which has been prepaid after September 30, of 25 Provided further, That the amount 2005: such voucher February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

119 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 39 1 the difference between comparable market rent shall be paid the unit and the tenant 515 rent for such 2 section for Provided further, That funds made available for such unit: 3 ap- annual of availability the to 4 be vouchers shall subject Provided propriations: That the Secretary shall, 5 further, to the maximum extent practicable, administer such 6 vouchers 7 with regulations and guid- current administrative applicable section 8 housing vouchers administered ance to 8 the 9 of the Department of Housing and Urban by Secretary Development: Provided further, 10 if the Secretary de- That ll that the amount made available for vouchers in termines not this any other Act is 12 needed for vouchers, the Sec- or 13 retary may use such funds for the demonstration program 14 for preservation and of multi-family the revitalization housing described in this paragraph: Pro- rental properties 15 further, 16 of the funds made available under this vided That 17 $24,500,000 shall be available for a demonstra- heading, 18 program for the preservation and revitalization of tion the 19 sections 514, 515, and 516 multi-family rental housing multi-family USDA existing restructure to properties 20 housing as the Secretary deems appropriate, ex- 21 loans, pressly 22 the purposes of ensuring the project has suffi- for 23 cient resources to preserve the project for the purpose of 24 providing safe affordable housing and low-income resi- for 25 dents and farm laborers including reducing or eliminating February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

120 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 40 1 loan payments, subordinating, reducing interest; deferring 2 reamortizing and other financial assistance debt; loan or payments advances, including 3 (including and incentives ability of owners to obtain reasonable returns on in- the 4 vestment) required by the Secretary: Provided further, 5 That the Secretary shall as part of the preservation and 6 revitalization 7 obtain a restrictive use agreement agreement consistent with terms of the restructuring: Provided 8 the further, if the Secretary determines that additional 9 That funds for vouchers described in 10 this paragraph needed, are for funds preservation and revitalization demonstra- 11 the may be used for such vouchers: Providedfur- 12 tion program 13 ther, That if Congress enacts legislation to permanently 14 authorize a multi-family loan rental restructuring housing similar to the 15 program described program demonstration herein, 16 Secretary may use funds made available for the the program under this heading to carry demonstration 17 out such legislation with the prior approval of the Commit- 18 Pro- tees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress: 19 20 vided That in addition to any other available further, funds, the Secretary may expend not more than 21 22 $1,000,000 total, from the program funds made available for heading, for administrative expenses this activi- under 23 under this heading. 24 ties funded February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

121 APPRO. SEN. U :\2019CO NF\DivB-Ag.xml 41 1 SELF-HELP HOUSING GRANTS MUTUAL AND grants 2 pursuant to section and For contracts of 1949 (42 U.S.C. the of Act 523(b)(l)(A) 3 Housing $30,000,000, to 4 available until expended. 1490c), remain RURAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS 5 HOUSING grants For very low-income housing repair and 6 for rural housing preservation made by 7 Rural Housing the 8 as authorized by 42 U.S.C. 1474, and 1490m, Service, $45,000,000, to available until expended. 9 remain COl\IMUNITY FACILITIES PROGRAl\I ACCOUNT 10 RURAL (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 11 For gross obligations for the principal amount of di- 12 13 and guaranteed loans as authorized by section 306 rect Consolidated and described in section 381E(d)(l) of the 14 15 and Rural Development Act, $2,800,000,000 for di- Farm rect 16 loans and $148,287,000 for guaranteed loans. For the cost of guaranteed loans, including the cost 17 of loans, 18 as defined in section 502 of the Con- modifying gressional Budget Act of 197 4, $4,285,000, to remain 19 20 available until expended. 21 For cost of grants for rural community facilities the by section 306 and described in 22 as authorized programs Rural and 381E(d)(l) of the Consolidated Farm section 23 Development Act, $45,778,000, to remain available 24 until That $6,000,000 of the amount ap- 25 expended: Provided, February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

122 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 42 1 this heading shall be available for a propriated under Community Initiative: Provided fur- Rural Development 2 That such funds shall be used solely to develop the 3 ther, and 4 of private, nonprofit community-based capacity ability and community development organizations, low- 5 housing income rural communities, and Federally Recognized Na- 6 undertake projects to improve 7 Tribes to tive American housing, community community 8 facilities, economic and 9 development in rural areas: Provided further, projects That such funds shall be made available 10 qualified pri- to 11 nonprofit and public intermediary organizations pro- vate, carry out a program of financial and technical 12 to posing 13 assistance: Provided further, That such intermediary orga- 14 nizations matching funds from other sources, shall provide Federal activities, for related including in an 15 funds amount less than funds provided: Provided further, 16 not That $5,778,000 of the amount appropriated under this 17 for heading to provide grants be facilities in rural shall 18 communities with extreme unemployment and severe eco- 19 Law 106-387), with up to 5 per- depression (Public 20 nomic State 21 administration and capacity building in the for cent 22 rural development offices: Provided further, That 23 $4,000,000 of the amount appropriated under this head- shall be available for community facilities grants to ing 24 25 tribal colleges, as authorized by section 306(a)(l9) of such February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

123 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 43 1 further, That sections 381E-H and 381N Act: Provided the Farm and Rural Development Act are 2 Consolidated of this under the funds made available to not 3 applicable 4 heading. BUSINESS-COOPERATIVE RURAL SERVICE 5 BUSINESS PROGRAM ACCOUNT 6 RURAL TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING 7 For the cost of loan 8 and grants, for the guarantees business development programs authorized by sec- rural 9 (a), tion described in subsections and (c), (f) and 10 310B (g) of section 310B of the Consolidated Farm 11 Rural and 12 Act, $65,040,000, to remain available until Development expended: Provided, That of the amount appropriated 13 14 under this heading, not to exceed $500,000 shall be made 15 available one grant to a qualified national organization for to technical assistance for rural transportation in 16 provide order to promote economic development and $8,000,000 17 shall be for grants to the Delta Regional Authority (7 18 U.S.C. 2009aa et seq.), the Northern Border Regional 19 Appa- the and seq.), et 15101 U.S.C. Commission 20 ( 40 lachian et Commission ( 40 U.S.C. 14101 21 seq.) Regional any Rural Community Advancement Program purpose for 22 23 as described in section 381E(d) of the Consolidated Farm 5 24 Development Act, of which not more than Rural and may be used for administrative expenses: Provided percent 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

124 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 44 1 $4,000,000 of the amount appropriated further, That grants this be for business shall to benefit under heading 2 Recognized Native American Tribes, including 3 Federally $250,000 for 4 a a qualified organization to national grant rural transportation in for to provide technical 5 assistance order to promote economic development: 6 further, Provided That 7 and 381N of the Consolidated sections 381E-H Farm Rural Development Act are not applicable to and 8 under heading. this available funds 9 made INTERMEDIARY PROGRAM FUND ACCOUNT RELENDING 10 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 11 12 the principal amount For direct loans, as author- of 13 ized by the Intermediary Relending Program Fund Ac- 14 count U.S.C. 1936b), $18,889,000. (7 For cost of direct loans, $4,157,000, as author- 15 the ized by the Intermediary Relending Program Fund Ac- 16 count (7 U.S.C. 1936b), of which $557,000 shall be avail- 17 able through June 30, 2019, for Federally Recognized Na- 18 19 tive American Tribes; and of which $1,072,000 shall be 20 available through 30, for Mississippi Delta Re- June 2019, gion 21 (as determined in accordance with Public counties the Law 100-460): Provided, That such costs, including 22 defined of modifying such loans, shall be as cost in section 23 Budget Act of 197 4. 24 502 of the Congressional February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

125 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 45 1 for administrative expenses to carry out In addition, direct programs, $4,468,000 shall be transferred the loan 2 and merged with the appropriation for ''Rural 3 to Develop- ment, 4 Salaries Expenses". and 5 RURAL ECONOMIC LOANS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT 6 ACCOUNT For the principal amount of direct loans, 7 author- as under section 313B(a) of the Rural Electrification 8 ized the purpose of promoting rural economic develop- Act, 9 for ment and job creation projects, $50,000,000. 10 The cost of grants authorized under section 313B(a) 11 for of Rural Electrification Act, 12 the purpose of pro- the 13 moting rural economic development and job creation 14 projects not exceed $10,000,000. shall RURAL COOPERATIVE GRANTS 15 DEVELOPMENT rural For development grants authorized 16 cooperative under section 310B(e) of the Consolidated Farm 17 and 18 Development Act (7 U.S.C. 1932), $29,100,000, of Rural which $2,800,000 shall be for cooperative agreements for 19 pro- the appropriate technology transfer for rural areas 20 21 Provided, That not to exceed $3,000,000 shall gram: be grants for cooperative development centers, individual 22 for 23 cooperatives, or groups of cooperatives that serve socially 24 groups disadvantaged a majority of the boards of di- and are comprised of in- boards of which 25 rectors or governing February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

126 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 46 1 are members of socially disadvantaged dividuals who and which $17,500,000, to remain available of groups; 2 expended, shall be for value-added agricultural prod- 3 until 4 market grants, as authorized by section development uct of the Agricultural Marketing Act which 1946, of 210A 5 of for may be used Cen- Agriculture Innovation $2,500,000 6 7 ters to section 6402 of Public Law authorized pursuant 8 107-171. 9 RURAL ENERGY FOR .. AJ\IERIC..A PROGRAl\I For the cost of a program of 10 guarantees, under loan 11 same terms and conditions as authorized by section the and 12 the Farm Security of Rural Investment Act of 9007 13 2002 (7 U.S.C. 8107), $334,500: Provided, That the cost 14 of guarantees, including the cost of modifying such loan 502 loans, as defined in section be of the Congres- 15 shall sional Budget Act of 197 4. 16 RURAL 17 SERVICE UTILITIES ACCOUNT RURAL AND \V..ASTE 18 PROGRAM WATER DISPOSAL 19 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 20 For gross obligations for the principal amount of di- 21 rect as authorized by section 306 and described in loans section 381E(d)(2) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural 22 23 Development Act, $1,400,000,000. For loan guarantees grants for rural water, waste water, waste disposal, and 24 25 and solid waste management programs authorized by sec- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

127 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 47 1 306C, 306D, 306E, and 310B and de- 306, tions 306A, 306E, and sections 306D, in 2 scribed 306C(a)(2), of Consolidated Farm and Rural Develop- 381E(d)(2) 3 the Act, $548,690,000, to remain available until ex- ment 4 pended, not to exceed $1,000,000 shall which avail- 5 of be for able 6 utilities program described in section the rural and of which not to exceed such Act, 306(a)(2)(B) 7 of 8 shall be available for the $1,500,000 utilities pro- rural described in section of such Act: Provided, gram 306E 9 That not to exceed $15,000,000 of the amount 10 appro- 11 under this heading shall be for grants authorized priated by section 306A(i)(2) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural 12 13 Development Act in addition to funding authorized by sec- 14 tion of such Act and such grants may not ex- 306A(i)(l) ceed $1,000,000 section 306A(f)(l) of 15 notwithstanding Act: such further, That $68,000,000 of the 16 Provided amount appropriated under this heading 17 be for loans shall 18 grants including water and waste disposal systems and grants authorized by section 306C(a)(2)(B) and section 19 Development 306D of the Consolidated Farm and Rural 20 21 and Federally Recognized Native American Tribes Act, 306C(a)(l) of such Act: Provided further, 22 by authorized 23 That funding provided for section 306D of the Consoli- 24 dated and Rural Development Act may be Farm provided pursuant to section 325 of Public a consortium formed 25 to February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

128 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 48 1 Provided further, That not more than 2 per- Law 105-83: of provided for section 306D funding the Con- the 2 of cent Farm and Rural Development Act may be used solidated 3 4 State of Alaska for training and technical assist- the by 2 percent not more than and of the funding programs 5 ance Consolidated and the 306D of Farm section provided 6 for Rural Development may be used by a consortium 7 Act formed 8 section 325 of to Law 105-83 for pursuant Public training and technical assistance programs: Provided fur- 9 ther, That not to exceed $30,000,000 of the amount ap- IO propriated shall this heading 11 be for technical assist- under 12 grants for rural water and waste systems pursuant ance 13 to section 306(a)(14) of such Act, unless the Secretary 14 makes determination of extreme need, of which a $8,000,000 shall made available for a grant to a quali- be 15 nonprofit multi-State regional technical assistance or- fied 16 ganization, with experience in working 17 small commu- with 18 on water and waste water problems, the principal nities be 19 such grant shall of to assist rural communities purpose 20 with populations of 3,300 or less, in improving plan- the ning, development, operation, and management 21 financing, and water less waste water systems, and of which not 22 of Native than $800,000 shall be for a qualified national 23 American organization to provide technical assistance for 24 fur- rural water systems for tribal communities: Provided 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

129 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 49 not exceed $19,000,000 of to amount ap- ther, That the l propriated 2 this heading shall be for contracting with under national organizations for a circuit rider program 3 qualified rural water systems: provide assistance for technical to 4 5 That not to exceed $4,000,000 shall be Provided further, Provided further, That management 6 for solid waste grants: 7 of the amount appropriated under this head- $10,000,000 ing shall 8 be and to, with, the Rural transferred merged Utilities Service, High Energy Cost Grants Account to 9 authorized under section 19 of the Rural grants 10 provide 11 Act of 1936 (7 U.S.C. 918a): Provided fur- Electrification 12 ther, That any prior year balances for high-energy cost 13 grants by section 19 of the Rural Electrifica- authorized transferred to shall (7 U.S.C. 918a) of be tion 1936 14 Act and merged with the Rural Utilities Service, High 15 Energy 16 Grants Account: Provided further, That sections Cost 17 and 381N of the Consolidated ~~arm and Rural 381E-H 18 Development Act are not applicable to the funds made 19 available heading. under this ELECTRIFICATION AND RURAL 20 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 21 LOANS PROGRAM ACCOUNT (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 22 loans The amount of direct and guaranteed principal 23 and 317 of the Rural 305, 306, 24 as authorized by sections 936, 25 Act of 1936 (7 U.S.C. 935, Electrification and 940g) February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

130 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 50 1 made as follows: loans made pursuant to sections shall be that 317, notwithstanding 317(c), of Act, and 306, 2 305, 3 electric, rural underwriting guaranteed $5,500,000,000; pursuant section 313A, $750,000,000; 5 percent to loans 4 rural telecommunications loans, cost of money rural tele- 5 6 loans, and for loans made pursuant to communications that Act, rural telecommunications loans, section of 306 7 shall Provided, That up to $2,000,000,000 $690,000,000: 8 engi- and design the construction, acquisition, for be 9 used neering or 10 of fossil-fueled electric generating improvement 11 plants (whether new or existing) that utilize carbon sub- 12 surface and storage systems. utilization as For of direct loans cost authorized by section 13 the 305 of the Rural Electrification 14 of 1936 (7 U.S.C. Act 15 including the cost of 935), loans, as defined in modifying 16 section 502 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, cost 17 of telecommunications loans, $1,725,000. money rural In for administrative expenses necessary to 18 addition, carry out the direct and guaranteed loan programs, 19 transferred to and merged be 20 $33,270,000, which shall 21 the appropriation for "Rural Development, Salaries with 22 and Expenses". February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

131 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 51 1 TELEl\IEDICINE, AND BROADBAND DISTANCE LEARNING, 2 PROGRAM principal amount of broadband telecommuni- the For 3 $29,851,000. loans, cation 4 grants for telemedicine and distance learning For 5 authorized rural areas, as 950aaa by 7 U.S.C. in 6 services et seq., $34,000,000, to remain available until expended: 7 Provided, $3,000,000 shall be made available for That 8 grants by 379G of the Consolidated Farm and authorized 9 Rural Development Act: Provided further, That funding 10 provided under this heading for grants under 379G of the 11 Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act may only 12 13 be provided to entities that meet all of the eligibility cri- 14 teria a consortium as established by this section. for For cost of broadband loans, as authorized by 15 the section 601 of the Rural Electrification Act, $5,830,000, 16 to remain available until expended: Provided, That the 17 as cost 18 loans shall be of defined in section 502 of direct 19 the Congressional Budget Act of 197 4. 20 In $30,000,000, to remain available until addition, to expended, a grant program 21 finance broadband for 22 transmission in rural areas eligible for Distance Learning 23 Telemedicine Program benefits authorized by 7 and 24 U.S.C. 950aaa. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

132 U :\2019CO NF\DivB-Ag.xml APPRO. SEN. 52 1 IV TITLE PROGRAMS DOMESTIC 2 FOOD 3 UNDER SECRET.ARY FOR OFFICE OF THE FOOD, AND CONSUMER SERVICES NUTRITION, 4 5 expenses of the Office of the Under For necessary Secretary Food, Nutrition, and for Services, 6 Consumer $800,000: 7 That funds made available by this Provided, an agency in the Food, Nutrition and Consumer Act 8 to and expenses are avail- Services area for salaries mission 9 staff support administrative up to one for fund able 10 to the Office. 11 FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE 12 13 NUTRITION PROGRAMS CHILD 14 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 15 For necessary expenses to carry out the Richard B. 16 Russell School National Act (42 1751 et Lunch U.S.C. Child except seq.), and the section Nutrition Act of 17 21, 1966 ( 42 U.S.C. 1771 et seq.), except 18 17 and sections 19 $23,140,781,000 to remain available through Sep- 21; as are made avail- sums such 20 tember 2020, of which 30, 21 able under section 14222(b)(l) of the Food, Conservation, 22 and Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-246), as Energy be 23 this Act, shall by merged with and available amended herein: provided the same time period and purposes as for 24 $17,004,000 Provided, 'l1hat of the total amount available, 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

133 U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml APPRO. SEN. 53 carry out section 19 of the Child Nu- 1 shall available to be Act of ( 42 U.S.C. 1771 1966 2 trition Provided seq.): et That of the total amount available, $30,000,000 3 further, grants to State be competitive shall to provide 4 available for subgrants to local educational agencies and 5 agencies schools to purchase the equipment, with 6 of greater a value $1,000, needed to serve healthier meals, improve food than 7 safety, 8 to help support the establishment, mainte- and Pro- or of the school breakfast program: nance, 9 expansion vided further, That of the total amount available, 10 11 $28,000,000 remain available until expended to carry shall 12 section 749(g) of the Agriculture Appropriations Act out 13 of 2010 (Public Law 111-80): Provided further, That sec- 14 tion of the Richard B. Russell National School 26(d) Lunch Act U.S.C. 1769g(d)) is amended in the first 15 (42 by striking "2010 through 2018" and inserting 16 sentence "2010 through 2019": Provided 17 That section further, 18 of the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch 9(h)(3) amended 19 U .S.C. 1758(h)(3)) is ( 42 in the first sen- Act 20 tence by striking "For fiscal 2018" and inserting year "For That year 2019": Provided further, 21 section fiscal 22 of the Richard B. Russell National School 9(h)(4) Lunch 23 Act (42 U.S.C. 1758(h)(4)) is amended in the first sen- and "For fiscal year 2018" inserting striking by 24 tence "For fiscal year 2019". 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

134 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 54 1 NUTRITION PROGRAM FOR SPECIAL SUPPLEl\IENTAL INFANTS, WOl\IEN, (WIC) AND 2 CHILDREN expenses to necessary out the special sup- For 3 carry section by 1 7 authorized as nutrition plemental 4 program the ( 42 Nutrition Act of 1966 Child U.S.C. 1786), of 5 through September $6,075,000,000, to remain available 6 section notwithstanding Provided, That 2020: 7 30, 17(h)(10) of 8 Child Nutrition of 1966 ( 42 U.S.C. the Act not than $60,000,000 shall be used for less 1786(h)(10)), 9 breastfeeding peer counselors and other related activities, 10 11 and shall be used for infrastructure, of which $19,000,000 $5,000,000 for be 12 telehealth competitive grants to shall supplement the nutrition education and breastfeeding sup- 13 14 port offered in the WIC clinic, and to decrease barriers 15 to to WIC services, particularly in rural commu- access nities, other populations facing barriers to accessing 16 and support: Provided further, That none of the funds provided 17 infant in account shall be available for the purchase of 18 this 19 formula except in accordance with the cost containment section and competitive bidding requirements specified in 20 21 of such Act: Provided further, That none of the funds 17 activities provided be available for shall 22 that are not fully or departments by other Federal Government reimbursed 23 of such Act: Pro- 17 unless agencies authorized by 24 section 25 vided further, That upon termination of a federally man- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

135 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 55 1 moratorium and subject to terms and condi- dated vendor established tions 2 the Secretary, the Secretary may by the requirement at 7 CFR 246.12(g)(6) at the re- 3 waive State agency. quest of 4 a NUTRITION PROGRAM SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE 5 necessary expenses 6 carry out the Food and For to Nutrition Act of 7 (7 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.), 2008 8 of which $3,000,000,000, to remain $73,476,921,000, available December 31, 2020, shall be placed in 9 through reserve for use only in such amounts and at such 10 times 11 may become necessary to carry out program operations: as Provided, That funds provided herein shall be expended 12 13 in accordance with section 16 of the Food and Nutrition 14 Act 2008: Provided further, That of the funds made of available this heading, $998,000 may be used to 15 under provide nutrition education services to State agencies and 16 Federally participating Tribes 17 in the Food Recognized Distribution Reservations: on Indian 18 Provided Program further, 19 this appropriation shall be subject to any 'l1hat 20 work registration or workfare requirements as may be re- 21 quired law: Provided further, That funds made available by 22 Employment for and Training under this heading shall re- 23 main available through September 30, 2020: Provided fur- 24 That funds made available under this heading for ther, 25 section 28(d)(l), section 4(b), and section 27(a) of the February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

136 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 56 Nutrition Act of 2008 shall remam available and 1 Food Provided further, That none September 2020: 2 30, through be may heading this under available funds the 3 made of or expended in contravention of section 213A of obligated 4 Immigration and Nationality 5 (8 U.S.C. 1183A): the Act 6 further, That funds made available under Provided this may be used to enter into contracts and employ 7 heading staff to studies, evaluations, or to conduct activi- conduct 8 related to program integrity provided ties 9 such activi- that ties authorized 10 by the Food and Nutrition Act of 2008. are 11 COMMODITY PROGRAM ASSISTANCE For necessary 12 to carry out disaster assist- expenses 13 ance and the Commodity Supplemental Food Program as 14 authorized section 4(a) the Agriculture and Con- by of Protection 612c of 1973 (7 U.S.C. sumer note); the 15 Act Food Assistance Act of 1983; special assist- 16 Emergency ance for 17 nuclear affected islands, as authorized by sec- the 18 103(f)(2) of the Compact of Free Association Arnend- tion 108-188); and the Farm- Law Act 19 of 2003 (Public ments 20 ers' Market Nutrition Program, as authorized by section 21 17(m) the Child Nutrition Act of 1966, $322,139,000, of Pro- to remain available through September 30, 2020: 22 23 vided, That none of these funds shall be available to reim- commodities 24 Commodity Credit Corporation for the burse Provided further, That notwith- program: 25 donated to the February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

137 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 57 1 other provision of law, effective with funds standing any support year 2019 to the Seniors available fiscal 2 made in Market Nutrition Program, as authorized by Farmers' 3 the Farm Security and Rural Investment section of 4402 4 of 2002, such funds shall remain available through 5 Act September 6 2020: Provided further, That of the funds 30, 7 available made section 27(a) the Food and Nutri- under of tion of 2008 (7 U.S.C. 2036(a)), 8 Act Secretary may the distribu- 9 to 15 percent for costs associated with the up use 10 tion of commodities: Provided further, That $30,000,000 11 of prior year unobligated balances of the Commodity Sup- 12 plemental Program shall be transferred to The Food Emergency Food Program to be used for ad- Assistance 13 expenses. ministrative 14 15 NUTRITION PROGRAMS ADMINISTRA.TION For necessary administrative expenses 16 the Food of 17 Nutrition Service for carrying out any domestic and nutri- 18 tion assistance program, $164,688,000, of which 19 $12,297,000 shall remain available through September the development and dissemination of the 20 for 2021, 30, Dietary Guidelines for Americans: Provided, That of the 21 the funds provided herein, $2,000,000 shall be used for 22 23 of section 4404 of Public Law 107-171, as purposes 110-246. Law by section 4401 of Public amended 24 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

138 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 58 1 TITLE V 2 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS 3 FOR 4 SECRETARY OF TRADE AND OFFICE THE UNDER AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS 5 FOREIGN necessary For of the Office of the Under 6 expenses for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs, 7 Secretary 8 Provided, That $875,000: made available by this funds in the Trade and Foreign Agricultural any agency 9 to Act Affairs avail- area for salaries and expenses are 10 mission for able fund up 11 one administrative support staff to to 12 the Office. 13 OFFICE OF CODEX ALil\IENTARIUS 14 For necessary expenses of the Office of Codex 15 Alimentarius, including not to exceed $3,976,000, $40,000 for reception and representation expenses. official 16 FOREIGN 17 SERVICE AGRICULTURAL 18 SALARIES AND EXPENSES (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 19 20 necessary expenses of the Foreign Agricultural For 21 including not to exceed $250,000 for representa- Service, 22 tion allowances and for pursuant to section 8 of expenses the 23 approved August 3, 1956 (7 U.S.C. 1766), Act re- shall of which no more than 6 percent $213,890,000, 24 25 main available until September 30, 2020, for overseas op- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

139 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 59 1 include the payment of locally employed staff: erations to That Service may utilize advances of funds, Provided, the 2 reimburse this appropriation for expenditures made on 3 or agencies, public and private organiza- Federal of 4 behalf and institutions under agreements executed pursu- 5 tions ant to the agricultural food production assistance 6 pro- and the foreign assistance pro- (7 U.S.C. 1737) 7 grams grams the United States Agency for International De- 8 of velopment: Provided further, That funds made available 9 for training country 10 programs, funds made middle-income available International the Borlaug 11 Agricultural for Science 12 Technology Fellowship program, and up to and 13 $2,000,000 of the Foreign Agricultural Service appropria- 14 tion for the purpose of offsetting fluctuations in solely international currency rates, subject to docu- 15 exchange mentation the Foreign Agricultural Service, shall re- 16 by main available until expended. 17 FOOD 18 PEACE TITLE I DIRECT CREDIT AND FOOD FOR 19 PROGRESS PROGRAM ACCOUNT FOR (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 20 21 For administrative expenses to carry out the credit 22 program I, of title Peace for (Public Law 83- Food Act 480) and the Food for Progress Act of 1985, $142,000, 23 transferred to and merged with the appropriation shall be 24 and "Farm Service Agency, Salaries Expenses". for 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

140 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 60 1 PEACE TITLE II GRANTS FOOD FOR oth- expenses current fiscal year, not the 2 For during recoverable, erwise 3 prior years' costs, in- and unrecovered eluding interest 4 thereon, Food Peace Act the under for 5 (Public for commodities supplied in connec- Law 83-480), tion with 6 abroad under title II of said Act, dispositions until expended. remain available 7 to $1,500,000,000, MCGOVERN-DOLE INTERNATIONAL FOR EDUCATION 8 FOOD .. CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM GRANTS 9 AND For necessary expenses 10 carry out the provisions to 11 section 3107 of the of Security and Rural Invest- Farm 12 ment Act of 2002 (7 U.S.C. 17360-l), $210,255,000, to 13 remain until expended, of which $1,000,000 is available for use of recently developed potable water tech- 14 the nologies in school feeding projects: Provided, That the 15 Commodity 16 Corporation is authorized to provide Credit the 17 facilities, and authorities for the purpose of services, 18 implementing such section, subject to reimbursement from 19 amounts herein: Provided further, That of the provided amount made available under this heading, $15,000,000, 20 21 shall remain available until expended for necessary ex- of 22 carry out the provisions to section 3207 of the penses 23 Agricultural Act of 2014 (7 U.S.C. 1726c). February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

141 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 61 1 EXPORT (LOANS) COMl\IODITY CREDIT CORPORATION PROGRAl."VI ACCOUNT CREDIT 2 GUARANTEE TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 3 (INCLUDING Com- administrative to carry out the expenses For 4 Export Guarantee Program, modity 5 Corporation's Credit 6 102 GSM 103, GSM to cover common and $8,845,000, by section 11 of the Com- 7 permitted overhead expenses as conformity in and Act Charter Corporation Credit 8 modity with 9 the Credit Reform Act of 1990, of which Federal $6,382,000 shall be transferred to and merged with the 10 11 appropriation for "Foreign Agricultural Service, Salaries 12 Expenses", and of which $2,463,000 shall be trans- and 13 ferred to and merged with the appropriation for "Farm Expenses". 14 Agency, Salaries and Service February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

142 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 62 1 TITLE VI AND AND DRUG 2 FOOD RELATED AGENCY 3 ADMINISTRATION HEALTH 4 HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF AND AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION FOOD 5 .AND EXPENSES 6 SALARIES expenses necessary the Food and Drug Ad- of For 7 purchase of passenger and including hire 8 ministration, rental and related payment of space motor vehicles; 9 for 10 pursuant to Public Law 92-313 for programs and costs activities the Food and Drug Administration which are 11 of included in this Act; for rental 12 special purpose space of 13 the District of Columbia in elsewhere; in addition to or 14 amounts appropriated to the FDA Innovation Account, for 15 carrying the activities described in section 1002(b)(4) out (Public of Century Cures Act 21st Law 114-255); for 16 the miscellaneous and emergency expenses of enforcement ac- 17 18 tivities, and approved by the Secretary and to authorized 19 accounted for solely on the Secretary's certificate, not be of 521 section notwithstanding and $25,000; exceed 20 to Public of 107-188; $5,584,965,000: Provided, That 21 Law 22 amount provided under this heading, $1,010,323,000 the 23 shall be derived from prescription drug user fees author- 24 ized 21 U.S.C. 379h, and shall be credited by this ac- to and remain available until expended; $204,730,000 25 count February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

143 U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 63 1 derived from medical device user fees authorized shall be to 21 and shall be credited 379j, this account 2 by U.S.C. 3 available until expended; $501,721,000 shall and remain human generic drug user fees authorized derived from 4 be credited 21 379j-42, and shall be by to this ac- 5 U.S.C. count and remain available until expended; $38,847,000 6 user shall derived from biosimilar biological product 7 be fees authorized 21 U.S.C. 379j-52, and shall be cred- 8 by and remain available until expended; to this account 9 ited $30,331,000 shall be derived 10 animal from drug fees user authorized be 21 U.S.C. 379j-12, and shall 11 credited by and remam available until expended; to this account 12 13 $18,335,000 shall be derived from generic new animal drug authorized by 21 U.S.C. 379j-21, and shall user fees 14 credited and this account be remain available until ex- 15 to $712,000,000 shall be derived from tobacco prod- 16 pended; uct user fees authorized by 21 U.S.C. 387s, and shall be 17 credited this account and remain available until ex- to 18 pended: Provided further, That in addition to and notwith- 19 any other provision under this heading, amounts standing 20 21 collected prescription drug user fees, medical device for fees, user biologi- generic drug user fees, biosimilar human 22 23 cal product user fees, animal drug user fees, and generic the drug user fees that exceed respective fiscal 24 animal new and shall be cred- are appropriated 25 year 2019 limitations February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

144 U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 64 1 this account and remain available until expended: ited to further, Provided derived from prescription drug, That 2 fees human generic drug, biosimilar biological medical 3 device, drug as- and generic new animal animal drug, 4 product, for year 2019, including any such fees sessments fiscal 5 6 to fiscal year 2019 but credited for fiscal collected prior year 2019, shall limita- subject to the fiscal year 2019 be 7 That the Secretary may accept Provided further, tions: 8 fiscal year 2019 of user fees specified during payment 9 under this heading and authorized for fiscal year 2020, 10 prior of the due date for such fees, and that amounts 11 to such 12 assessed for fiscal fees year for which the Sec- 2020 13 retary accepts payment in fiscal year 2019 shall not be 14 included under heading: Provided further, amounts this in none of these funds shall be used to 15 estab- That develop, user operate any program of or fees authorized by 16 lish, 31 U.S.C. 9701: Provided further, That of the total 17 amount (1) $1,059,980,000 shall be for the appropriated: 18 Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and related 19 in the Office of Regulatory Affairs, of which activities 20 field used 21 $15,000,000 shall be than for inspections of less no foreign seafood manufacturers 22 field examinations of and the imported seafood; (2) $1,879,927,000 shall be for 23 and 24 Drug Evaluation and Research for related Center of Regulatory Affairs; (3) the Office 25 field activities in February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

145 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 65 1 for the Center for Biologics Evalua- $402,144,000 shall be Research in for related field activities and the and tion 2 be Affairs; ( 4) $223,611,000 shall of Office 3 Regulatory for related and Veterinary Medicine 4 for the Center for the Office of Regulatory Affairs; ( 5) activities in 5 field shall be for the Center for Devices 6 $556,179,000 Ra- and Health and for Of- field activities in the related 7 diological 8 of Regulatory Affairs; (6) $66,712,000 shall be for fice 7) the Center for Toxicological Research; ( 9 National $666,832,000 shall be for the Center for Tobacco Prod- 10 ucts for 11 related field activities in the Office of Regu- and Rent and Re- be shall Affairs; for latory (8) $173,847,000 12 13 lated activities, of which $50,587,000 is for White Oak the amounts paid to the General than 14 other Consolidation, Administration (9) rent; Services $237,849,000 shall 15 for be payments to the General Services Administration 16 for for rent; and (10) $317,884,000 shall be for other activi- 17 Commissioner ties, Office of the the of Food and including 18 Drugs, the Office of Foods and Veterinary Medicine, the 19 and Tobacco Products, the Office of of Medical 20 Office 21 Global Regulatory Policy, the Office of Operations, and Scientist, the of the Chief 22 Office and central services for 23 these offices: Provided further, rrhat not to exceed $25,000 and represen- for shall be this official reception 24 amount of 25 tation expenses, not otherwise provided for, as determined February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

146 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 66 1 Commissioner: Provided further, That any transfer by the the funds section 770(n) of to Federal Food, 2 pursuant of and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 379dd(n)) shall only Drug, 3 under this heading for 4 from amounts made available be activities: Provided further, That of the amounts other 5 that are made available 6 this heading for "other ac- under and that are not derived from user fees, 7 tivities", transferred to and merged with the $1,500,000 be 8 shall appropriation for "Department of Health and Human 9 10 Services-Office Inspector General" for oversight of the of 11 and operations of the Food and Drug Adminis- programs 12 tration and shall be in addition to funds otherwise made 13 available oversight of the Food and Drug Administra- for tion: further, That of the total amount made 14 Provided available under this heading, $3,000,000 shall be used by 15 the of 16 Food and Drugs, in coordination Commissioner with of Secretary 17 Agriculture, for consumer outreach the and education regarding agricultural biotechnology and 18 19 biotechnology-derived food products and animal feed, in- publication and distribution of science- through 20 eluding based educational information on the environmental, nu- 21 tritional, safety, economic, food 22 humanitarian impacts and and feed: Provided biotechnology, food products, 23 of such from 24 That funds may be transferred further, one specified February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

147 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 67 1 another with the prior approval of the Commit- activity to on of both Houses of Congress. 2 tees Appropriations addition, mammography user fees authorized by In 3 42 4 export certification user fees authorized 263b, U.S.C. user by 381, priority review U.S.C. fees authorized by 21 5 fees, recall 360n and 360ff, food and food feed U.S.C. 6 21 voluntary qualified importer pro- and reinspection fees, 7 gram authorized by 21 U.S.C. 379j-31, outsourcing fees 8 prescription 379j-62, U.S.C. by 21 authorized fees 9 facility wholesale drug licensing and inspection fees distributor 10 authorized 21 11 U.S.C. 353(e)(3), third-party logistics by and inspection fees authorized by 21 12 licensing provider 13 U.S.C. 360eee-3(c)(l), third-party auditor fees authorized by U.S.C. 384d(c)(8), and medical countermeasure pri- 21 14 ority review user fees authorized by 21 U.S.C. 15 voucher the and, contingent upon the enactment of 16 3 60bbb-4a, Over-the-Counter Monograph User Fee Act 17 2019, fees of 18 to over-the-counter monograph drugs authorized relating of by Federal of subchapter C part Chapter VII of the 10 19 20 Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act shall be credited to this ac- 21 count, remain available until expended. to BUILDINGS FACILITIES AND 22 23 For construction, repair, improvement, exten- plans, equip- fixed of purchase and demolition, sion, 24 alteration, Admin- ment or facilities of or used by the Food and Drug 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

148 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 68 1 not otherwise provided, $11,788,000, to istration, where until expended. 2 remain available INNOVATION CURES ACT FDA 3 ACCOUNT, TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 4 (INCLUDING necessary expenses to carry out the purposes de- 5 For under section 1002(b)(4) of the 21st Century 6 scribed Cures Act, in addition to amounts 7 for such pur- available 8 under the heading "Salaries and Expenses", poses $70,000,000, remain available until expended: 9 to Pro- vided, That amounts appropriated in this paragraph are IO appropriated pursuant to section 1002(b)(3) of the 21st 11 be Century Act, are to 12 derived from amounts trans- Cures 13 ferred under section 1002(b)(2)(A) of such Act, and may 14 be by the Commissioner of Food and Drugs transferred to appropriation for "Department of Health and 15 the Human Services Food and Drug Administration Salaries 16 and Expenses" solely for the purposes provided in such 17 Act: Provided further, That upon a determination by the 18 19 Commissioner that funds transferred pursuant to the pre- are not necessary for the purposes provided, 20 vious proviso 21 amounts may be transferred back to the account: such addi- Provided further, That such transfer authority is in 22 provided tion to any other transfer authority 23 by law. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

149 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 69 1 INDEPENDENT AGENCY CREDIT .. TION FARM ADMINISTRA 2 ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES 3 LIMITATION to exceed $74,600,000 (from assessments col- Not 4 lected 5 farm credit institutions, including the Federal from 6 Mortgage Corporation) shall be obligated Agricultural current fiscal year for administrative expenses 7 the during 8 as authorized under 12 U.S.C. 2249: Provided, That this 9 limitation not apply to expenses associated with re- shall ceiverships: Provided further, That the agency may exceed 10 11 this limitation by up to 10 percent with notification to the Con- 12 on Appropriations of both Houses of Committees 13 gress. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

150 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 70 1 TITLE VII PROVISIONS GENERAL 2 (INCLUDING RESCISSIONS .AND TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 3 701. Within the unit limit of cost fixed by law, 4 SEC. and 5 made for the Depart- appropriations authorizations fiscal of for the current ment year under this 6 Agriculture addition those in purchase, the to for be shall Act 7 available specifically provided of not to exceed 71 passenger 8 for, motor of which 6 8 shall be for replacement only, 9 vehicles and for the hire of such 10 Provided, That notwith- vehicles: 11 this section, the only purchase of new passenger standing determined 12 be for those shall by the Secretary to vehicles 13 be necessary for transportation safety, to reduce oper- 14 ational and for the protection of life, property, and costs, public safety. 15 702. Notwithstanding 16 other provision of SEC. any this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture may transfer 17 unobli- 18 balances of discretionary funds appropriated by this gated Act or any other available unobligated discretionary bal- 19 of Department that are remaining available of the ances 20 Agriculture the Working Capital Fund for the acquisi- 21 to 22 of plant and capital equipment necessary for the deliv- tion 23 ery of financial, administrative, and information tech- to primary benefit the agencies of the of services 24 nology 25 Department of Agriculture, such transferred funds to re- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

151 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 71 1 until expended: Provided, That none of the main available other made this Act or any by Act shall 2 available funds transferred to the Working Capital Fund without the 3 be 4 of the agency administrator: Provided fur- prior approval transferred ther, of the funds none to the Working 5 That Capital Fund pursuant to this section shall be 6 available written notification to and the prior 7 obligation without for approval of 8 on of both the Appropriations Committees of Congress: 9 further, That none of the Houses Provided funds appropriated by this Act or 10 available to the made 11 Working Capital Fund shall be available for Department's any 12 expenditure to make or changes to the De- obligation 13 partment's National Finance Center without written noti- 14 fication prior approval of the Committees on Ap- to and of as Houses of Congress propriations required by 15 both further, section this Act: Provided of That none of 16 716 the funds appropriated by this Act or made available to 17 the Working Capital Fund shall be available Department's 18 for obligation or expenditure to initiate, plan, develop, im- 19 any changes to remove or relocate any make 20 plement, or 21 systems, or functions of the offices of the Chief missions, any personnel from the National Fi- Financial Officer or 22 23 nance Center prior to written notification to and prior ap- the Committee on Appropriations of both Houses 24 of proval 25 of Congress and in accordance with the requirements of February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

152 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 72 1 of this Act: Provided further, That the Sec- section 716 the of the offices of and Chief Financial Agriculture retary 2 Depart- new market to existing and actively Officer 3 shall 4 ments government agencies National Finance and other shared but including, Center not limited to, pay- 5 services and human capital shared financial management, 6 roll, and perform allow the National Finance Center to 7 services technology upgrades: further, That of annual in- 8 Provided Fund amounts the Working Capital come of the De- 9 in partment of Agriculture attributable to the 10 in ex- amounts 11 of the true costs of the shared services provided cess by 12 National Finance Center the budgeted for the Na- and 13 tional Finance Center, the Secretary shall reserve not 14 more 4 percent for the replacement or acquisition than of capital including equipment for the improve- 15 equipment, delivery, and implementation of financial, adminis- 16 ment, trative, and information technology services, and 17 other 18 of the National Finance Center or to pay any systems un- 19 foreseen, extraordinary cost of the National Finance Cen- reserved amounts Provided further, That none of the ter: 20 shall available for obligation unless the Secretary sub- 21 be 22 written notification of mits the obligation to the Commit- 23 tees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress: Pro- 24 further, That the limitations on the obligation of vided 25 funds pending notification to Congressional Committees February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

153 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 73 1 apply to any obligation that, as determined by shall not 2 Secretary, necessary to respond to a declared state the is emergency that significantly impacts the operations of 3 of the National Center; or to evacuate employees of Finance 4 a safe Finance Center to 5 haven to continue the National operations of the National Finance Center. 6 SEC. No part of any appropriation contained in 703. 7 the this remain available for obligation beyond Act 8 shall fiscal year unless expressly so provided herein. 9 current SEC. 704. No funds appropriated be this Act may by 10 used cooperative pay negotiated indirect cost rates on 11 to or similar arrangements between the United agreements 12 13 States Department of Agriculture and nonprofit institu- 14 tions direct of of the total percent cost of excess 10 in agreement when the purpose 15 such cooperative ar- the of rangements to carry out is of mutual interest 16 programs between the two parties. This does not preclude appro- 17 priate of indirect costs on grants and contracts payment 18 with such institutions when such indirect costs are com- 19 puted on a similar basis for all agencies for which appro- 20 21 priations provided in this Act. are SEC. Appropriations to the Department of Agri- 705. 22 23 culture for the cost of direct and guaranteed loans made in the current fiscal year shall remain available 24 available 25 until expended to disburse obligations made in the current February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

154 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 74 1 for the following accounts: the Rural Develop- fiscal year 2 Loan program account, the Rural Electrifica- Fund ment and Telecommunication Loans program account, and tion 3 4 Housing Insurance Fund program account. Rural the made SEC. of the funds None available to the 5 706. Department of Agriculture by this Act may be used to ac- 6 quire 7 information technology systems or significant new the Office of the Chief Infor- upgrades, as by 8 determined Officer, without the approval of the Chief Informa- 9 mation tion Officer and l O concurrence of the Executive Informa- the 11 Technology Investment Review Board: Provided, That tion 12 any other provision of law, none of the notwithstanding 13 funds appropriated or otherwise made available by this 14 Act be may to the of the Chief Informa- transferred Office Officer and written notification to tion the prior 15 without of both of the Committees on Appropriations 16 approval Houses 17 Congress: Provided further, That, notwith- of 18 section 11319 of title 40, United States Code, standing to 19 the funds available of the Department of Agri- none 20 culture for information technology shall be obligated for 21 projects, or other agreements over $25,000 contracts, by the Chief Informa- approval 22 prior receipt of written to Information Chief the Provided further, That Officer: tion 23 may authorize agency to obligate funds without an Officer 24 25 written approval from the Chief Information Officer for February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

155 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 75 1 or other agreements up to $250,000 projects, contracts, measured the of an agency performance based 2 upon 3 against plan requirements described in the performance explanatory statement accompanying Public Law 113- the 4 235. 5 6 Funds made SEC. under section 524(b) 707. available (7 U.S.C. Federal Crop Insurance Act in 1524(b)) the 7 of the current year shall remain available until ex- 8 fiscal current to obligations made in the pended fiscal 9 disburse year. 10 SEC. 708. Notwithstanding 11 other provis10n of any 12 any former law, borrower has repaid or prepaid RUS that an 13 direct or guaranteed loan under the Rural insured, 14 Electrification Act of 1936, or any not-for-profit utility 15 that eligible to receive an insured or direct loan under is such shall be eligible for assistance under section 16 Act, 313B(a) of such Act in the 17 manner as a borrower same 18 such Act. under SEC. 19 Except as otherwise specifically provided 709. bal- by law, not more than $20,000,000 in unobligated 20 21 from appropriations made available for salaries and ances the 22 this Act for in Farm Service Agency shall expenses 23 remain available through September 30, 2020, for infor- Provided, That except as oth- 24 technology expenses: mation 25 erwise specifically provided by law, unobligated balances February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

156 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 76 and ex- 1 for salaries from made available appropriations in this for the Rural Development mission area 2 penses Act available through September 30, 2020, for shall 3 remain technology expenses. 4 information 710. SEC. of the funds appropriated or other- None 5 wise 6 available made Act this be used for first-class by may the by in employees of agencies funded by this Act 7 travel contravention 8 301-10.122 through 301-10.124 of sections of 41, Code of Federal Regulations. 9 title SEC. 711. In the case of each program established 10 11 amended by the Agricultural Act of 2014 (Public Law or Act, 12 by a successor to that or other than by title 113-79) 13 I or subtitle A of title III of such Act, or programs for in that Act, that 14 which amounts were provided indefinite funds is required to be carried out using or 15 authorized of 16 the Commodity Credit Corporation- ( 1) such funds shall be 17 for salaries available 18 related administrative expenses, including tech- and nical associated 19 with the implementation assistance, of the program, without 20 regard to the limitation on 21 the amount of allotments and fund transfers total contained 22 section 11 of the Commodity Credit in Corporation Charter Act (15 U.S.C. 714i); and 23 24 (2) the use of such funds for such purpose shall transfer 25 be considered to be a fund not or allotment February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

157 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 77 1 of applying the limitation on the total for purposes of 2 fund transfers contained allotments and amount 3 section. such in 4 Of the funds made available by this Act, SEC. 712. more $2,900,000 shall be used to cover necessary not than 5 of activities related to all advisory committees, 6 expenses the task and Department forces of commissions, 7 panels, of Agriculture, for panels used to comply with nego- 8 except competi- rule and panels used to evaluate tiated 9 makings tively awarded grants. 10 SEC. 713. 11 None of the funds made available in (a) 12 Act may be used to maintain or establish this a computer 13 network unless such network blocks the VIewmg, 14 downloading, and exchanging of pornography. 15 (b) in subsection (a) shall limit the use of Nothing tribal, funds any Federal, State, for or local law 16 necessary enforcement agency or any other entity carrying out crimi- 17 nal prosecution, 18 or adjudication activities. investigations, SEC. section Notwithstanding subsectio~ (b) of 19 714. (7 Law 110-246 U.S.C. 612c-6; in this Public 20 14222 of 21 section referred to as "section 14222"), none of the funds by this or any 22 appropriated otherwise made available or pay other shall be used to 23 the salaries and expenses Act 24 of personnel to carry a program under section 32 of out section the Act of August 24, 1935 (7 U.S.C. 612c; in this 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

158 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 78 referred "section to 1 as of excess $1,299,600,000 32") in carryover appropriations from prior fiscal 2 ( exclusive of Programs Entitlement Child Nutrition follows: years), as 3 State Option Contracts- Commodities-$485,000,000; 4 $5,000,000; of Defective Commodities- 5 Removal Administration 32 Section $2,500,000; Commodity 6 of Purchases-$35,853,000: That of the total Provided, 7 proviso this preceding in the matter available 8 made funds such remain October 1, 2019, on unobli- that unobligated 9 and shall carryover into fiscal year 2020 gated 10 balances shall remain available until expended for any of the pur- 11 any that such carryover funds section 32, except poses of 12 used in accordance with clause (3) of section 32 may not 13 and may not be obligated until the exceed $350,000,000 14 15 Secretary Agriculture provides written notification of of the to the Committees on Appropriations of 16 expenditures both Houses of Congress at least two weeks in advance: 17 Provided 18 That, with the exception of any available further, carryover funds authorized in any prior appropriations Act 19 32, section of (3) clause of purposes the used be to 20 for otherwise none 21 funds appropriated or of made avail- the 22 able by this or any other Act shall be used to pay the Department 23 or expenses of any employee of the salaries 24 of Agriculture to carry out clause (3) of section 32. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

159 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 79 1 None of the funds appropriated by this or SEC. 715. the other be used to pay shall salaries and ex- any Act 2 of personnel who prepare or submit appropriations 3 penses language 4 of the President's budget submission to as part the for programs under the jurisdiction of the 5 Congress Appropriations Subcommittees on Agriculture, Rural 6 De- Food and Drug Administration, and Related 7 velopment, Agencies that revenues or reflects a reduction 8 assumes user the year due to from fees proposals that 9 previous have not been enacted 10 law prior to the submission into 11 the budget unless such budget submission identifies of which additional spending reductions should occur 12 in the 13 event the user fees proposals are not enacted prior to the 14 date the convening of a committee of conference for of the fiscal 2020 appropriations Act. 15 year provided 716. SEC. of the funds (a) by this Act, None 16 the to by previous appropriations Acts agen- or provided 17 cies obligation by this Act that remain available for 18 funded 19 or in expenditure current the year, or provided from fiscal of collection the in the Treasury derived by accounts any 20 be fees to the agencies funded by this Act, 21 available shall 22 available for obligation or expenditure through a re- 23 programming, transfer of funds, or reimbursements as au- by in Economy Act, or the the case of the Depart- 24 thorized 25 ment of Agriculture, through use of the authority provided February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

160 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 80 1 702(b) of the Department of Agriculture Or- by section section Act (7 U.S.C. 2257) or 1944 8 of Public 2 ganic of 89-106 (7 U.S.C. 2263), that- Law 3 (1) 4 programs; new creates eliminates project, or activity; (2) a program, 5 3) 6 funds or personnel by any means ( increases for any project 7 activity for which funds have been or 8 or restricted; denied ( 4) an office or employees; 9 relocates 5) ( offices, programs, or activities; 10 reorganizes 11 or (6) contracts out or 12 any functions or privatizes 13 presently performed by Federal employees; activities unless 14 Secretary of Agriculture, or the Secretary of the 15 Health and Human Services (as the case may be) notifies 16 in and receives approval from the Committees on writing Appropriations both Houses of Congress at least 30 17 of days in advance of the reprogramming of such funds 18 or 19 use of such authority. the (b) of 20 None funds provided the this Act, or pro- by 21 vided by previous Appropriations Acts to the agencies this Act that remain available for obligation or by 22 funded expenditure 23 in the current fiscal year, or provided from of any accounts in the Treasury derived by the collection 24 this be shall Act, the agencies funded by 25 to available fees February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

161 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 81 1 obligation or expenditure for activities, pro- available for or grams, 2 projects through a reprogramming or use of the referred to in subsection (a) involving funds 3 authorities or 10 percent, whichever is less, of $500,000 4 m excess that- 5 or existing programs, projects, 6 ac- augments (1) tivities; 7 any for by exist- percent funding 10 reduces 8 (2) 9 ing or activity, or numbers of per- program, project, sonnel 10 percent as approved by Congress; or 10 by ( 3) results from 11 general savings from a re- any 12 in personnel which would result in a change duction in existing programs, activities, or projects as ap- 13 14 proved by Congress; unless the Secretary of Agri- 15 culture the Secretary of Health and Human Serv- or in ices case may be) notifies the writing and re- 16 ( as ceives approval from the Committees on Appropria- 17 18 tions both Houses of Congress at least 30 days of in advance of the reprogramming or transfer of such 19 authority. such or the use of funds 20 ( of The Secretary of Agriculture or the Secretary 21 c) Health and Human Services shall notify in writing and 22 23 receive approval from the Committees on Appropriations 24 of both Houses of Congress before implementing any pro- fiscal gram or activity not carried out during the previous 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

162 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 82 1 the program or activity is funded by this Act year unless specifically by any other Act. or funded 2 d) None of 3 ( provided this funds Act, or pro- the by previous Appropriations Acts to the agencies by vided 4 funded by this Act that remain available for obligation 5 or 6 in the current fiscal year, or provided from expenditure 7 by the Treasury derived in the collection of any accounts fees available to the agencies funded by this Act, 8 be shall 9 for- available (1) fund- major capital investments 10 modifying 11 levels, including information technology systems, ing 12 that involves increasing or decreasing funds in the 13 current for the individual investment in fiscal year of total or 10 percent of the excess cost, 14 $500,000 whichever is 15 less; realigning or (2) new, current, or 16 reorganizing vacant positions or agency activities or functions to 17 establish center, office, branch, or similar entity a 18 with five or more personnel; or 19 out activities or functions that carrying 20 (3) 21 were described in the budget request; unless the not by this Act notify, in writing, the 22 funded agencies 23 Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of the at least 30 days in advance of using 24 Congress 25 funds for these purposes. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

163 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 83 1 As described in this section, no funds may be used ( e) any unless the Secretary of Agriculture or 2 for activities Secretary of Health and Human Services receives from the 3 the on Appropriations of both Houses of Con- Committee 4 gress or electronic mail written of receipt of 5 confirmation the notification 6 required in this section. as 7 717. Notwithstanding 310B(g)(5) of the SEC. section Farm (7 Rural Development Act Consolidated U.S.C. 8 and Secretary may assess a one-time fee for the 1932(g)(5)), 9 10 guaranteed business and industry loan in an amount any 11 does not exceed 3 percent of the that principal guaranteed 12 portion of the loan. 13 SEC. 718. None of the funds appropriated or other- 14 wise to the Department of Agriculture, the made available and Farm Administration, or the Food Credit Ad- 15 Drug ministration be used to transmit or otherwise make 16 shall available reports, questions, or responses to questions that 17 are of information requested for the appropria- a result 18 tions hearing process to any non-Department of Agri- 19 Health and Human Services, 20 culture, non-Department of 21 or Credit Administration employee. non-Farm SEC. Unless otherwise authorized by existing 719. 22 used be may Act, the funds provided in this of 23 law, none by an executive branch agency to produce any pre- 24 or distribution news story intended for broadcast 25 packaged February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

164 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 84 1 United States unless the story includes a clear noti- in the within fication 2 audio of text prepackaged news or the the that the prepackaged news story was prepared or story 3 4 funded executive agency. that branch by 720. No 5 of the Department of Agri- SEC. employee culture may be detailed or assigned from an agency 6 or other this Act or by other Act to any any 7 funded office more agency of the Department for office than 60 days or 8 in a fiscal year unless the individual's employing agency 9 by the receiving agency or 10 is fully reimbursed office or of 11 the salary and expenses for the employee for the office 12 period of assignment. 13 SEC. For the purposes of determining eligibility 721. Rural Development pro- or for level program assistance 14 of incarcerated grams shall not include Secretary prison 15 the populations. 16 SEC. 722. Not later than of days after the date 30 17 enactment the this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture, 18 of Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, and 19 20 the Chairman of the Farm Credit Administration shall 21 submit the Committees on Appropriations of both to 22 of Congress a detailed spending plan by program, Houses 23 project, and activity for all the funds made available under 24 Act including appropriated user fees, as defined in this 25 the joint explanatory statement accompanying this Act. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

165 SEN. APPRO. :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml U 85 SEC. the unobligated balances from amounts 723. 1 Of for made 2 available the supplemental nutrition program as Act the Child of Nutrition of section by authorized 3 17 ( 42 re- 1786), $500,000,000 are hereby 1966 4 U.S.C. scinded. 5 shall The Secretary 6 continue an inter- 724. SEC. pro- pilot the program 7 packaging loan mediary based on in and for fiscal year 2013 for packaging gram re- 8 effect loans. section single family direct 502 The See- 9 viewing l retary shall continue agreements with current inter- O mediary and with additional qualified inter- organizations 11 mediary organizations. The Secretary shall work with 12 the these to increase effectiveness of organizations section 13 program in rural commu- direct loan 14 502 single family 15 nities shall set aside and make available from the na- and tional section 502 loans 16 reserve an amount necessary to support the work of such intermediaries and provide a pri- 17 18 ority review of such loans. for that SEC. For 19 and loan guarantees 725. do not loans 20 require budget authority and the program level has been 21 established this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture may in such 22 program level for the loans and loan guaran- increase 23 tees by not more than 25 percent: Provided, That prior 24 to the Secretary implementing such an increase, the Sec- Appropria- retary notifies, in writing, the Committees on 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

166 U :\2019CO NF\DivB-Ag.xml APPRO. SEN. 86 of 1 tions at least 15 Houses in ad- Congress both of days vance. 2 refunds None the credit card of or rebates 726. SEC. 3 to the Working Capital Fund pursuant to sec- transferred 4 Development, the Agriculture, Rural and Food of 729 5 tion Administration, and Related Agencies Appropria- 6 Drug Law 107-76) 7 (7 U.S.C. 2235a; Public tions Act, 2002 8 be available for obligation without written notifica- shall tion to, 9 on prior of, the and approval Ap- the Committees Provided, That both Houses of Congress: 10 propriations of 11 the or rebates so transferred shall be available for refunds the acquisition of plant and capital obligation only for 12 13 equipment necessary for the delivery of financial, adminis- information technology services of primary and 14 trative, benefit to agencies of the Department of Agriculture. 15 the made SEC. of the funds None available by this 727. 16 Act may be used 17 implement, administer, or enforce the to 18 requirements of the final rule entitled "Enhanc- "variety" ing Retailer Standards in the Supplemental Nutrition As- 19 Department the Program (SNAP)" published by sistance 20 of in the Federal Register on December 15, 21 Agriculture 22 (81 Fed. Reg. 90675) 2016 until the Secretary of Agri- 23 culture amends the definition of the term "variety" as de 24 fined section in of 278.l(b)(l)(ii)(C) 7, Code of Fed- title 25 eral Regulations, and "variety" as applied in the definition February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

167 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 87 1 term "staple food" as defined in section 271.2 of of the increase Federal Regulations, to the num- 7, of 2 title Code of items that qualify as acceptable varieties in each ber 3 so that the total number of such items staple category food 4 the each food category exceeds staple number of such in 5 items in each staple food 6 included in the final category Provided, That published on December 15, 2016: 7 as rule until the promulgates such regulatory amend- 8 Secretary ments, Secretary shall apply the requirements regard- 9 the ing acceptable varieties and breadth of stock 10 Supple- to 11 Nutrition Assistance Program retailers that were mental the in of the day before effect date of the enactment on 12 13 the Agricultural Act of 2014 (Public Law 113-79). 14 SEC. None of the funds made available by this 728. Act any other Act may be used- 15 or (1) in contravention of section 7606 of the Ag- 16 ricultural (7 of 2014 17 U.S.C. 5940); or Act (2) transportation, prohibit the 18 processing, to hemp, sale, 19 of industrial or or seeds of such use with accordance that is grown or cultivated in plant, 20 subsection 7606 of the Agricultural Act of 21 section 2014, 22 or outside within the State in which the indus- 23 trial hemp is grown or cultivated. 24 729. In carrying out subsection (h) of section SEC. 25 502 of the Housing Act of 1949 (42 U.S.C. 1472), the February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

168 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 88 1 Agriculture shall have the same authority Secretary of respect 2 guaranteed under such section and to with loans Secretary lenders loans as the such has under eligible 3 for (h) and (j) of section 4 of such Act ( 42 subsections 538 with respect to loans guaranteed under 1490p-2) 5 U.S.C. such 538 and eligible lenders for such loans. 6 section SEC. 730. None of the funds made available by this 7 may be used to propose, promulgate, or implement 8 Act any rule, 9 or other action any respect to, allowing take with or requiring information intended for a prescribing health 10 care professional, in the case of a drug or biological prod- 11 uct subject to section 503(b)(l) of the Federal Food, 12 13 Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 353(b)(l)), to be dis- 14 tributed such professional electronically (in lieu of in to to paper and until a Federal law is enacted unless 15 form) allow or require such distribution. 16 SEC. 731. None of the funds made 17 by this available 18 may be used to notify a sponsor or otherwise acknowl- Act edge receipt of a submission for an exemption for inves- 19 20 tigational use of a drug or product under section biological 505(i) Cosmetic the Federal Food, Drug, and 21 Act (21 of U.S.C. 355(i)) or section 22 35l(a)(3) of the Public Health 23 Service Act (42 U.S.C. 262(a)(3)) in research in which 24 a human embryo is intentionally created or modified to 25 include a heritable genetic modification. Any such submis- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

169 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 89 1 be deemed to have not been received by the Sec- sion shall and exemption may not go into effect. 2 retary, the 732. None of the funds made available by this SEC. 3 rule other Act may be used to carry out the final any or 4 by the Food promulgated Drug Administration and 5 and put into effect November 16, 6 in regards to the haz- 2015, analysis and risk-based preventive control require- ard 7 ments of current good manufacturing practice, hazard 8 the analysis, risk-based preventive controls for food for 9 and animals rule with respect to the 10 of the produc- regulation 11 distribution, sale, or receipt of dried spent grain tion, by- 12 products of the alcoholic beverage production process. 13 SEC. 733. Funds made available under title II of the 14 Food Peace Act (7 U.S.C. 1721 et seq.) may only be for if used assistance to recipient nations provide adequate 15 to monitoring 16 controls, as determined by the Adminis- and trator, are in place to ensure that emergency food aid is 17 received by the intended beneficiaries in areas affected by 18 19 food shortages and not diverted for unauthorized or inap- 20 propriate purposes. SEC. this None of the funds made available by 21 734. the be used by may Secretary of Agriculture, acting 22 Act 23 through the Food and Nutrition Service, to commence any 24 research new and evaluation projects until the Secretary 25 submits to the Committees on Appropriations of both February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

170 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 90 1 Congress a research and evaluation plan for fis- Houses of year prepared in coordination with the Research, 2019, 2 cal and Economics mission area of the Depart- Education, 3 of and a period of 30 days beginning Agriculture, ment 4 the on of the submission of date plan expires to permit 5 the 6 review of the plan. Congressional 735. There is hereby appropriated $10,000,000, SEC. 7 to available until expended, to remain 8 carry out section of Act the Farm Security and Rural Investment of 9 6407 2002 (7 U.S.C. 8107a): Provided, That the Secretary 10 may 11 allow eligible entities, or comparable entities that provide 12 energy efficiency services using their own billing mecha- 13 nism offer loans to customers in any part of their serv- to ice a manufactured and to offer loans to replace 14 territory housing manufactured with another 15 housing unit, if unit 16 would be more cost effective in saving energy. replacement 17 SEC. 736. (a) The Secretary of Agriculture shall- 18 (1) audits in a manner that evaluates conduct region the 19 in the country or following being factors 20 audited, as applicable- 21 (A) veterinary control and oversight; prac- (B) disease history and vaccination 22 23 tices; and (C) livestock demographics 24 traceability; 25 ·February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

171 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 91 1 separation from poten- (D) epidemiological sources infection; 2 tial of (E) surveillance practices; 3 diagnostic laboratory capabilities; and (F) 4 ( 5 preparedness and response; emergency G) 6 and 7 promptly make publicly available the final (2) pursuant conducted any audits or reviews of 8 reports to subsection ( 1). 9 in (b) shall be applied section a manner con- 10 This sistent with United States obligations under its inter- 11 national agreements. 12 trade SEC. partially No food that bears or contains 13 737. 14 oils ( as defined in the order published by hydrogenated 15 the Food and Drug Administration in the Federal Reg- 16 ister June 17, 2015 (80 Fed. Reg. 34650 et seq.)) shall on be sub- to be adulterated within the meaning of 17 considered section section or (a)(2)(C)(i) of 18 402 of the Federal (a)(l) Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 342(a)) because 19 20 such food contains such partially hydrogenated oils until 21 applicable compliance dates specified by FDA in the the 2018 22 on May 21, Register (83 Fed. Reg. 23358 Federal 23 et seq.). 738. For fiscal years 2019 through 2025, the SEC. 24 25 Administrators of the Agricultural Research Service and February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

172 · SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag . .xml 92 1 and Plant Health Inspection Service may the Animal any not 50 appointments in exceed fiscal year make to 2 employees of such agencies at the National Bio- 3 for and Agro-defense (NBAF) in Manhattan, Kansas: 4 Facility That Provided, appointments may be made in the 5 such manner provided by 7 U.S.C. 7657(b)( 4)(A)(i-v): 6 Pro- 7 further, That such appointments may be made at vided the a basic pay that exceeds of rate payable for such 8 rate positions under the General Schedule or other applicable 9 10 schedule, appropriate, but may not be more than the as at 11 for a position payable level I of the Executive rate President the by the rate is approved unless Schedule, 12 section of title 5. 13 5377(d)(2) under 739. There is hereby appropriated $1,000,000 14 SEC. program the to carry out a pilot Secretary that pro- for 15 and forestry inventory analysis, forest management 16 vides economic 17 for certain currently en- outcomes modelling Conservation Reserve Program participants. The 18 rolled Secretary shall allow the Commodity Credit Corporation 19 enter into agreements with and provide grants to quali- to 20 21 fied organizations dedicated to conservation, non-profit also wildlife habitats, that have experience in and forestry 22 through the conducting accurate forest inventory analysis 23 24 use of advanced, cost-effective technology. The Secretary 25 focus shall the analysis on lands enrolled for at least eight February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

173 U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml APPRO. SEN. 93 1 located in areas with a substantial concentration years and under conservation practices devoted to acres of 2 enrolled bottomland hardwood tree species including 3 multiple CP22, CP31 and CP40. CPll, CP03, 4 CP03A, SEC. In addition to amounts otherwise made 740. 5 sentence by this Act and notwithstanding the last available 6 of 16 U.S.C. 1310, there is appropriated $4,000,000, to 7 remain until expended, to implement non-renew- 8 available able agreements on eligible lands, including flooded agri- 9 cultural by as determined 10 the Secretary, under the lands, Water Act 11 (16 U.S.C. 1301-1311). Bank 12 741. There is hereby appropriated $1,996,000 SEC. 13 to carry out section 1621 of Public Law 110-246. 14 SEC. None of the funds made available by this 7 42. any Act used to carry out be activities or incur any 15 may expense related to the 16 of licenses under section issuance 17 the Animal Welfare Act 3 of U.S.C. 2133), or the re- (7 18 newal of such licenses, to class B dealers who sell dogs 19 and for use in research, experiments, teaching, or cats 20 testing. SEC. 7 43. There 21 appropriated $6,000,000 to the is amounts to addition in Corporation, 22 Commodity Credit otherwise made available, for section 1110(f)(3) of the 23 (7 U.S.C. 1736o(f)(3)). Act of 1985 24 Food Security February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

174 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 94 1 (a)(l) No Federal funds made available for SEC. 7 44. water, the rural water, waste waste dis- fiscal for 2 year this and solid waste management programs authorized posal, 3 4 306, 306A, 306C, 306D, 306E, and 310B of by sections Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act (7 the 5 U.S.C. 1926 6 seq.) shall be used for a project for the et 7 alteration, maintenance, or repair of a public construction, the water system unless all of wastewater iron and steel 8 or products used in the project are 9 in the United produced 10 States. term (2) this section, 11 In "iron and steel products" the 12 means the following products made primarily of iron or 13 steel: or unlined pipes and fittings, manhole covers lined and other castings, hydrants, tanks, flanges, 14 municipal pipe and restraints, valves, structural steel, rem- 15 clamps forced precast concrete, and construction materials. 16 (b) 17 (a) shall not apply in any case or cat- Subsection the egory cases in which of Secretary of Agriculture (in 18 19 this section referred to as the "Secretary") or the designee Secretary finds that- the 20 of (1) would subsection (a) 21 be incon- applying the public interest; sistent with 22 23 (2) iron and steel products are not produced in 24 United States in sufficient and reasonably avail- the 25 able quantities or of a satisfactory quality; or February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

175 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 95 1 inclusion of iron and steel products pro- ( 3) the in States will increase United cost of 2 the duced percent. 25 by more than project 3 overall the c) If the Secretary or the designee receives a request ( 4 a waiver under this section, for Secretary or the des- 5 the ignee shall make available to the public 6 an informal on and information available to request 7 a copy of the basis 8 the or the designee concerning the request, and Secretary shall allow for informal public input on the request for 9 at 15 10 days prior to making a finding based on the least shall 11 Secretary or the designee The make the re- request. 12 quest and accompanying information available by elec- 13 means, on the official public Internet Web tronic including of Department. site the 14 d) This section 15 be applied in a manner con- ( shall international under obligations States United with 16 sistent agreements. 17 up Secretary 18 retain (e) to 0.25 percent of The may the funds appropriated in this Act for "Rural Utilities 19 Service-Rural Water and Waste Disposal Program Ac- 20 21 count" carrying out the provisions described in sub- for 22 section ( 1) for management (a) oversight of the re- and 23 quirements of this section. apply not with respect to a (a) shall 24 Subsection (f) 25 project for which the engineering plans and specifications February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

176 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 96 1 of iron and steel products otherwise prohibited include use by such the plans and specifications have re- if subsection 2 agencies prior to the State required approvals from 3 ceived of 4 of this Act. date enactment (g) 5 For of this section, the terms "United purposes States" and "State" shall include each of 6 several the the District of Columbia, and each federally recog- 7 States, nized 8 Indian tribe. 9 7 45. The Secretary SEC. set aside for Rural shall Economic Area Partnership (REAP) Zones, until August 10 III 15, an amount of funds made available in title 2019, 11 12 under the headings of Rural Housing Insurance Fund 13 Program Account, Mutual and Self-Help Housing Grants, Rural Grants, Rural Community Fa- Housing Assistance 14 Program Program Rural Business cilities Ac- 15 Account, count, 16 Development Loan Fund Program Account, Rural and Rural Water and Waste Disposal Program Account, 17 REAP equal amount obligated in the Zones with re- to 18 spect to funds provided under such headings in the most 19 year any such funds were obligated under recent fiscal 20 21 such for REAP Zones. headings $1,000,000, SEC. There 7 46. hereby appropriated is 22 23 to remain available until expended, for a pilot program 24 the Secretary to provide grants to qualified non-profit for 25 organizations provide and housing authorities to public February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

177 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 97 1 financial technical assistance, including services, and legal multi-family borrowers to facilitate the housing RHS to 2 RHS multi-family housing properties in acquisition 3 of where the Secretary determines 4 of loss of af- areas a risk fordable by non-profit housing organizations and 5 housing, public authorities as authorized by law that com- 6 housing mit to keep such properties in the RHS multi-family hous- 7 by the for a period of time as determined 8 program ing Secretary. 9 SEC. 7 4 7. None of the funds appropriated by this Act 10 influence may used 11 any way, directly or indirectly, to be in any legislation or appropriation 12 congressional action on 13 matters pending before Congress, other than to commu- in 18 U.S.C. 14 Congress as described nicate Members of to 1913. 15 7 48. (a) The SEC. of Agriculture (referred Secretary 16 to in this section as the "Secretary") shall carry out 17 a 18 program during fiscal year 2019 with respect to pilot the 19 2018 crop year for county-level agriculture risk coverage Act Agricultural under section 111 7 (b) ( 1) of the payments 20 2014 of U.S.C. 9017(b)(l)), that provides all or some 21 (7 the State Farm Service Agency offices in each State 22 of 23 the opportunity to provide agricultural producers in the 24 a supplemental payment described in subsection ( c) State 25 based on the alternate calculation method described in February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

178 SEN. APPRO. U :\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 98 1 for 1 or more counties subsection (b) State a if in the that State for that the alternate calcula- office 2 determines the to maximum that, ensure necessary is method tion 3 to yield not significant calcula- are extent practicable, 4 there tion between comparable counties in the State. 5 disparities (b) The alternate 6 method referred to calculation in subsection (a) a method of calculating the actual yield 7 is for 8 agriculture year for county-level the risk crop 2018 coverage payments 9 section 111 under ( 1) of the Agri- 7 (b) 10 Act of cultural (7 9017(b)(l)), under 2014 U.S.C. which- 11 12 county data of the National Agricultural (1) 13 Statistics Service (referred to in this section as "NASS is used for the calculations; data") 14 (2) if is insufficient NASS data for a 15 there county 16 ( as determined under standards of the Sec- retary in effect as of 17 date of enactment of this the 18 or the available NASS data produces a Act) sub- 19 stantially disparate result, the calculation of the 20 county yield is determined using comparable contig- 21 uous NASS data as determined by the Farm county Service Agency office in the applicable State; and 22 23 (3) if there is insufficient NASS data for a under 24 contiguous county (as determined comparable 25 standards of the Secretary in effect as of the date February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

179 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 99 1 of this Act), the calculation of the of enactment yield determined using reliable yield data county 2 is other sources, such as Risk Management Agen- 3 from data, Agricultural Statistics Service dis- National 4 cy 5 trict National Agricultural Statistics Service data, 6 yield data, or other data as determined by State the 7 Service Agency office in the applicable State. Farm ( 8 1) A supplemental payment ( under the pilot c) made to made under this section may be established 9 program an agricultural producer who is subject to the 10 alternate 11 method described in calculation (b) if that agri- subsection 12 cultural producer would otherwise receive a county-level 13 agriculture coverage payment for the 2018 crop year risk the in that is less than amount payment that the agri- 14 an cultural producer would receive 15 the alternate cal- under 16 method. culation amount a supplemental payment to an ag- of (2) The 17 18 ricultural producer under this section may not exceed the 19 between- difference ., (A) the payment that the agricultural producer 20 would have received without the alternate calculation 21 and method described in subsection (b); 22 producer 23 payment that the agricultural the (B) using the alternate calculation method. receive 24 would February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

180 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 100 1 There is appropriated to the Secretary, out of ( d) ( 1) Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the of funds 2 to remain available until September 30, 2020, 3 $5,000,000, carry pilot the out program described in this section. to 4 5 (2) funds appropriated, the Of shall use the Secretary not more 6 $5,000,000 to carry out the pilot than program 7 in this section. described 8 (e)(l) maximum extent practicable, the Sec- To the in shall States to participate retary the pilot pro- 9 select gram under this section so the 10 of the pilot program cost 11 the amount provided under subsection ( d). equals cost the extent that the of the pilot program (2) 12 To 13 exceeds the amount made available, the Secretary shall re- 14 duce payments under the pilot program on a pro rata all basis. 15 Nothing in this section (f) 16 affects calculation of the actual yield for purposes of county-level agriculture risk 17 18 coverage under section 111 7 (b) ( 1) of the Agri- payments cultural Act of 2014 (7 U.S.C. 9017(b)(l)) other than 19 20 payments made in accordance with the pilot program 21 under section. this (g) calculation of actual yield made using 22 A alter- the nate calculation method described in subsection (b) shall 23 24 coverage not as a basis for any agriculture risk used be under section 1117 of the Agri- 25 payment determinations February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

181 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 101 than for pur- (7 U.S.C. 9017) other 1 of 2014 cultural Act pilot program under this section. the of 2 poses 749. None of the funds made SEC. by this available 3 4 Act used to procure be or processed poultry prod- may raw People's the from States United the imported ucts 5 into the school lunch program in 6 Republic of China for use 7 under B. Russell National School Lunch Act the Richard seq.), the Child and Adult Care Food et 42 U.S.C. 1751 8 ( Program 9 section 17 of such Act (42 U.S.C. 1766), under Program for Children under the Summer Food Service 10 11 section 13 of such Act (42 U.S.C. 1761), or the school under the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 12 breakfast program ( 42 U.S.C. et seq.). 13 1771 made 750. SEC. the funds None available by this of 14 Act may be used 15 pay the salaries or expenses of per- to sonnel- 16 under ( to inspect 17 1) section 3 of the horses 18 Federal Meat Inspection Act (21 U.S.C. 603); 19 (2) inspect horses under section 903 of the to Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 20 21 1996 (7 U.S.C. 1901 note; Public Law 104-127); or 22 to implement (3) or enforce section 352.19 of 23 title 9, Code of Federal Regulations ( or a successor 24 regulation). February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

182 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xrnl 102 1 In response to an eligible community where SEC. 751. supplies are inadequate due to a nat- water drinking 2 the disaster, as determined by the Secretary, including ural 3 drought severe weather, or 4 may po- the Secretary provide water through the Emergency Community Water As- 5 table sistance Grant 6 for an additional period of time Program 7 to exceed days beyond the established period pro- not 120 to under Program in order the protect public health. 8 vided SEC. 752. Of the total amounts made available by 9 10 Act for direct loans this grants in the following head- and 11 ings: "Rural Housing Service-Rural Housing Insurance 12 Fund Account"; "Rural Housing Service-Mu- Program tual and Housing Grants"; "Rural Housing 13 Self-Help Housing Assistance Grants"; "Rural 14 Service-Rural Housing Service-Rural Community Facilities Program 15 Account"; 16 Business-Cooperative Service-Rural "Rural Business Business-Coopera- Account"; "Rural 17 Program 18 Service-Rural Economic Development Loans Pro- tive 19 gram Account"; "Rural Business-Cooperative Service- 20 Rural Development Grants"; "Rural Utilities Cooperative Service-Rural Waste and 21 Disposal Program Ac- Water count"; 22 "Rural Utilities Service-Rural Electrification 23 and Telecommunications Loans Program Account"; and 24 Utilities Service-Distance Learning, Telemedi- "Rural 25 cine, and Broadband Program", to the maximum extent February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

183 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 103 1 feasible, 10 at the funds shall be allocated percent least of under this in persistent poverty counties for 2 assistance other re- any provision notwithstanding section, 3 including, population garding 4 limits, seat of such a per- any county that has a population that does not sistent county 5 poverty exceed the authorized population limit 6 more than 10 by 7 percent: That for of this section, the Provided, purposes term poverty counties" means any county that 8 "persistent has had 20 percent or more of 9 population living in pov- its 10 over 1980, past 30 years, as measured by the erty the 1990, and 2000 decennial censuses, and 2007-2011 11 12 American Community Survey 5-year average: Provided 13 further, with respect to specific activities for which That program levels been made available have 14 Act that this by are not supported by budget authority, the requirements 15 of this section shall be applied to such program level. 16 be 17 (a) No funds shall 753. used to finalize the SEC. 18 proposed rule entitled "Eligibility of the People's Republic Export to the United States Poultry 19 of (PRC) to China Products from Birds Slaughtered in the PRC'' published 20 21 in the Federal Register by the Department of Agriculture Sec- June 16, 2017 (82 Fed. Reg. 27625), unless the 22 on 23 retary of Agriculture shall- February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

184 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 104 1 that the poultry slaughter inspection (1) ensure that the is equivalent to PRC of the system 2 for States; 3 United ensure (2) 4 any poultry products before that, enter can United States from any such poultry 5 the plant, such poultry products comply with 6 other all 7 requirements for poultry products m applicable interstate commerce the United States; 8 in (3) periodic verification reviews and au- 9 conduct dits of any such 10 in the PRC intending to ex- plants 11 into the United States port poultry prod- processed 12 ucts; 13 ( 4) conduct re-inspection of such poultry prod- 14 ucts States ports-of-entry to check the at United condition for such products, general the proper 15 of certification 16 labeling of such products, and for and any damage to such products that may have oc- 17 18 during transportation; and curred (5) ensure that shipments of any such poultry 19 enter the United States are sub- selected to 20 products 21 ject additional re-inspection procedures at appro- to priate to verify that the products comply with levels 22 23 relevant Federal regulations or standards, including and laboratory 24 for product defects examinations 25 analyses to detect harmful chemical residues or February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

185 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 105 1 appropriate for the products m- pathogen testing 2 volved. con- in a manner 3 section shall This be applied (b) with obligations of sistent 4 States under any the United agreement trade which the United States is a party. 5 to other SEC. addition to any In funds made avail- 6 754. is in this appropriated or any other Act, there Act able 7 out section 18(g)(8) of the Richard carry $5,000,000 8 to Russell National School Lunch Act ( 42 U.S.C. 9 B. 1769(g)), to remain available until 10 expended. 11 755. None of the funds made available by this SEC. the Act be used by may Food and Drug Administration 12 13 to develop, issue, promote, or advance any regulations ap- 14 plicable food manufacturers for population-wide sodium to reduction actions to develop, issue, promote or advance 15 or guidance applicable to food manufacturers for long 16 final term population-wide sodium reduction actions until 17 the 18 on which a dietary reference intake report with re- date spect to sodium is completed. 19 SEC. There is hereby appropriated $2,000,000, 756. 20 21 to remain available until September 30, 2020, for the cost 22 of loans grants is consistent with section 4206 and that of 23 Agricultural Act of 2014, for necessary expenses the access provide the Secretary to support projects that of 24 pre- and create to in underserved areas, food healthy to 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

186 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 106 1 jobs, and to revitalize low-income commu- serve quality nities. 2 for an additional amount 757. "Animal and SEC. For 3 Health Inspection Service-Salaries and Expenses'', 4 Plant to $8,500,000, available until September 30, 2020, 5 remain and management and associated ac- for control 6 one-time tivities directly related 7 to the response to multiple-agency citrus greening. 8 made 758. of the SEC. None available by this funds 9 or any other Act may be used to 10 the final rule enforce 11 by the Food and Drug Administration enti- promulgated tled "Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing, 12 13 and Holding of Produce for Human Consumption," and 14 published November 2 7, 2015, with respect to the regu- on lation the production, distribution, sale, or receipt of 15 of grape varietals that are grown, harvested and used solely 16 for 17 and receive commercial processing that ade- wine 18 reduces the presence of microorganisms of public quately 19 health significance. SEC. None of the funds made available by this 759. 20 Act may be used to revoke an exception made- 21 22 ( 1) pursuant to the final rule of the Depart- 23 of Agriculture entitled "Exceptions to Geo- ment Under the Areas for Official Agencies 24 graphic February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

187 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 107 1 Fed. Reg. 19137 (April 18, 2003)); USGSA" (68 and 2 3 on a date before April 14, 2017. (2) 760. For school year 2019-2020, only a school SEC. 4 that had a negative balance in the nonprofit 5 food authority December school account as of service 31, 2018, shall 6 food in accord- to lunches a price for paid required be 7 establish ance with 12(p) of the Richard B. Russell Na- Section 8 Lunch Act, 42 U.S.C. 1760(p). School tional 9 SEC. 761. There is hereby appropriated $16,000,000, 10 to remain available until expended, for an additional 11 amount learning telemedicine and distance 12 services in for 7 U.S.C. rural as authorized by 13 950aaa et seq., to areas, 14 help address the opioid epidemic in rural America. 15 SEC. (a) There is hereby appropriated 762. $125,000,000, remain available until expended, for an 16 to additional amount for Sec. 779 of Public Law 115-141. 17 (b) Section 313 of the Rural Electrification Act of 18 940c), 19 amended (7 U.S.C. as shall be applied for 1936, the until thereafter year and each fiscal 2019 year 20 fiscal specified following has been expended as if the 21 funding 22 inserted were after the final period in subsection (b)(2): 23 "In addition, the Secretary shall use $425,000,000 of in in this subaccount fiscal year 2019 for 24 available funds 25 an additional amount for the same purpose and under the February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

188 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 108 1 and conditions as funds appropriated by Sec. same terms any of 115-141.": Provided, That Law use of 779 Public 2 funds shall be treated as a reprogramming of funds 3 such section 4 of this Act. under 716 for 763. SEC. additional amount For the cost of 5 an direct loans and gTants made 6 the "Rural Water and under 7 Disposal Program Account", $75,000,000, to re- Waste main available expended. 8 until 764. SEC. is hereby appropriated $5,000,000, 9 There to remain available until September 30, 2020, for 10 a pilot 11 for the National Institute of Food and Agri- program culture to provide 12 grants to nonprofit organizations for 13 programs and services to establish and enhance farming and for military veterans. ranching opportunities 14 765. 2019, later than September 30, SEC. the 15 Not Secretary Health and Human Services shall finalize the 16 of draft guidance for industry entitled "Bacterial Risk Con- 17 trol for Blood Collection Establishments and Strategies 18 Transfusion Services to Enhance the Safety and Avail- 19 by the Food Platelets for Transfusion" issued 20 ability of 21 and Administration in March of 2016. Drug 22 days SEC. later than 180 766. after the date of Not 23 the enactment of this section, the Secretary of Agriculture 24 submit a report to shall the Committees on Appropriations of summary both Houses of Congress that includes a of 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

189 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 109 1 used in establishing the 2020-2025 Dietary the process for Guidelines pursuant to section Americans 2 published and Related Re- the of Nutrition Monitoring 301 3 National 1990 of explanation (7 U.S.C. 5341) and an Act 4 search in the decision to incorporate or exclude respect with 5 to Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendations 6 such 7 from the report the National Academies of Science, En- by 8 and Medicine entitled "Redesigning the Process gineering, Dietary Guidelines for Americans" the for Establishing 9 issued September, 2017. and 10 SEC. 767. None of the funds made available by 11 this 12 shall be used to implement, administer, or enforce the Act requirement in the final rule entitled "Food Labeling: Re- 13 14 vision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels", 15 published the Federal Register on May 27, 2016 (81 in Fed. 33742), that any single ingredient sugar, honey, 16 Reg. agave, or syrup (including maple syrup) that is packaged 17 and sale for 18 as a single ingredient food bear the offered declaration 'X'g 19 Added Sugars". "Includes SEC. 768. 20 the funds made available by this None of 21 Act may be used to implement or enforce the matter fol- second comma in the first sentence of footnote the 22 lowing (c) of section 220.8(c) of title 7, Code of Federal Regula- 23 the substitution of vegetables for 24 tions, with respect to program under the school breakfast established fruits 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

190 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 110 1 4 of the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 ( 42 under section 1773). U.S.C. 2 The Secretary of SEC. shall provide Agriculture 769. 3 any State or county impacted by a volcanic eruption 4 to by a major disaster declared by the President in covered 5 calendar year 2018 6 accordance with section 401 of the in 7 T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assist- Robert assistance- ance ( 42 U.S.C. 5170) technical 8 Act ( 1) to assess damage to agricultural 9 production 10 rural infrastructure; and and (2) 11 develop recovery plans for impacted to 12 farmers, ranchers, and rural communities. 13 SEC. (a) The Secretary of Agriculture, in coordi- 770. nation the Administrator of the National Oceanic and 14 with Atmospheric Administration, shall establish a working 15 group to 16 in this section as the "working (referred 17 group")- (1) to study 18 mangroves, kelp forests, tidal how 19 marshes, and seagrass meadows could help deacidify the oceans; 20 (2) to 21 emerging ocean farming practices study oceans that use kelp and seagrass to deacidify the 22 and providing feedstock for agriculture while other 23 and industrial inputs; and 24 commercial February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

191 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 111 1 coordinate and conduct research to de- (3) to velop 2 and pilot-scale research for farming of enhance and seagrass in order- 3 kelp to deacidify ocean environments; (A) 4 (B) to produce a feedstock for agriculture; 5 and 6 scalable C) to commercial other develop ( 7 applications for seagrass, 8 kelp, de- products or 9 from kelp or seagrass. rived (b) The working group shall 10 include- 11 the Secretary of Agriculture; (1) Oceanic (2) 12 of the National the Administrator 13 and Atmospheric Administration; 14 (3) representatives of any relevant offices with- 15 in National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis- the tration; 16 and ( 4) the Assistant Secretary of Energy for En- 17 ergy and 18 Renewable Energy. Efficiency after ( Not 19 than 2 years c) the date of enactment later Congress to submit shall the working group Act, this 20 of a that includes- 21 report ( 1) 22 findings of the research described m the 23 subsection (a); 24 (2) the results of the pilot-scale research de- and scribed in subsection (a)(3); 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

192 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 112 1 policy recommendations based on those (3) any and results. 2 findings 771. Not later than 180 days after the date of SEC. 3 the Secretary of Agriculture shall enactment Act, this 4 of to Congress a report describing the ways in which 5 submit 6 programs administered by the Natural Re- conservation 7 Conservation Service sources be better for the may used of conservation (Leopardus pardalis) and any ac- 8 ocelots tion taken by 9 Chief of the Natural Resources Con- the 10 servation Service relating to the conservation of ocelots. 11 SEC. 772. Not later than 1 year after the date of 12 enactment this Act, the Rural Housing Service of the of a re- Department shall submit to Congress Agriculture 13 of port including- 14 ( 1) a description of- 15 16 (A) number of properties assisted the Housing under 17 of the title Act of 1949 ( 42 V 18 U.S.C. 1471 et seq.) that are reaching the end 19 of term; their loan (B) 20 the of each property described location in subparagraph (A); 21 property each ( C) the number of units in 22 and subparagraph in (A); described 23 p.m.) (5:15 2019 12, February

193 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 113 1 date on which each the loan for (D) the property subparagraph (A) is described in each 2 reach maturity; to 3 expected the strategy of the Rural Housing Service 4 (2) the long-term affordability of the prop- 5 to preserve loan paragraph (l)(A) when the erties in 6 described and matures; 7 8 a description of the resources and tools that (3) 9 Rural Housing Service needs from Congress in the order preserve the long- term affordability of the 10 to properties described in paragraph ( 1) (A). 11 SEC. 773. Out of amounts appropriated to the Food 12 13 Drug Administration under title VI, the Secretary of and 14 Health and Human Services, acting through the Commis- 15 sioner Food and Drugs, shall, not later than July 1, of 2019, following the review required under Executive 16 and Order 12866 (5 U.S.C. 601 note; relating to regulatory 17 18 planning review), issue advice revising the advice pro- and 19 in the notice of availability entitled ''Advice A.bout vided Agency Eating Fish, From the Environmental Protection 20 21 Food and Drug Administration; Revised Fish Advice; and (January 19, 2017)), in 22 (82 Fed. Reg. 6571 Availability" 23 a manner that is consistent with nutrition science recog- 24 by nized the Food and Drug Administration on the net 25 effects of seafood consumption. February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

194 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 114 1 4. In addition to any funds made available SEC. 77 is this any other Act, there or hereby appropriated Act in 2 2020, 30, September until available to $5,000,000, remain 3 4 for the National Institute of Food and grants from Agri- to the 1890 Institutions Centers support the to 5 culture of 6 Excellence. 7 775. Section of the Richard B. Rus- SEC. 6(e)(l)(B) Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1755(e)(l)(B)) sell School 8 National is amended by striking "September 30, 2020" and 9 insert- 10 "September 30, 2018". ing SEC. the During fiscal year 2019, 11 Food and 776. Drug Administration shall not allow the introduction or 12 13 delivery for introduction into interstate commerce of any 14 food contains genetically engineered salmon until the that FDA publishes labeling guidelines for informing con- final 15 of such content. sumers 16 SEC. 777. In addition to funds appropriated 17 this in 18 there is hereby appropriated $216,000,000, to remain Act, available until expended, under the heading "Food for 19 made funds the II Grants": Provided, That Title Peace 20 21 available section shall be used for the purposes this under the Food for Peace Act for both emergency in 22 forth set purposes. and non-emergency 23 24 778. There is SEC. to the "Farm Serv- appropriated 25 ice Agency" $9,000,000 for purposes of making payments February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

195 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml 115 1 impacted by an oriental fruit fly quarantine to producers referenced H.Rpt.115-232 to remain available until 2 in as Provided, That of the unobligated balances expended: 3 symbol under Treasury code 12 18/19 0600, 4 available are rescinded. 5 $5,000,000 6 779. In SEC. the pilot program estab- administering Consolidated by section 779 Ap- division A of the of lished 7 Law 115-141), the Sec- propriations Act, (Public 8 2018 of shall- retary Agriculture 9 (1) ensure 10 applicants that are determined that to 11 ineligible for the pilot program have a means be 12 appealing or otherwise challenging that of deter- 13 mination in a timely fashion; and 14 (2) in determining whether an entity may over- 15 build duplicate broadband expansion efforts made or by entity that has received a broadband loan 16 any from the Rural Utilities Service, not consider loans 17 that were rescinded or defaulted on, or loans the 18 were 19 conditions of which and not met, if the terms 20 entity under consideration has not previously de- 21 faulted or failed to meet the terms and condi- on, Service Rural Utilities loan or had a a of, 22 tions rescinded. Rural Utilities Service loan 23 cost 780. For the SEC. of loans and grants, 24 au- as under the same terms and conditions $3,000,000 25 February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

196 U:\2019CONF\DivB-Ag.xml SEN. APPRO. 116 the section 379E of by Consolidated Farm and 1 thorized Rural Development Act (7 2 2008s): Provided, That U.S.C. 3 costs of loans, including such cost of modifying such the Congres- the of 502 section in defined as shall loans, 4 be sional 5 Act of 1974. Budget 6 This division may be cited as the ''Agriculture, Rural 7 Food and Drug Administration, and Re- Development, 8 lated Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019". February 12, 2019 (5:15 p.m.)

197 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. DIVISION C-COMMERCE, 1 JUSTICE, AND 2 RELATED SCIENCE, AGENCIES 2019 ACT, 3 APPROPRIATIONS TITLE 4 I COMMERCE OF 5 DEPARTMENT 6 ADMINISTRA.TION INTERNATIONAL TRADE OPERA.TIONS ADl\IINISTRA.TION 7 AND necessary For for international trade activi- 8 expenses ties of the Department of Commerce 9 for by law, provided 10 for engaging in trade promotional activities abroad, and including of grants and cooperative agreements 11 expenses United of States of the exports purpose for 12 promoting 3702 firms, 13 to sections without and 3703 of title regard depend- 44, United States Code; full medical coverage for 14 15 of immediate families of employees stationed ent members and posted temporarily employees overseas; travel overseas 16 17 and of employees of the International transportation Trade Administration between two points abroad, without 18 States regard section 40118 of title 49, United to Code; 19 the United States and aliens by employment of citizens of 20 21 contract services; rental of space abroad for periods for 10 years, and expenses of alteration, repair, 22 exceeding not 23 or improvement; purchase or construction of temporary abroad; use pay- structures for 24 demountable exhibition February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

198 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 2 1 tort claims, in the manner authorized in the first ment of United of of title 28, 2672 States Code, paragraph section 2 such claims arise in foreign countries; not to exceed 3 when for 4 representation expenses abroad; pur- $294,300 official use abroad, of chase motor vehicles for official 5 passenger not to on $45,000 per vehicle; obtaining insurance exceed 6 and rental of tie lines, official motor 7 vehicles; until September 30, to remain available 8 $49-5,000,000, 2020, of which $11,000,000 is to be 9 from fees to derived 10 retained and used by the International Trade Adminis- be tration, notwithstanding section 3302 of title 31, United 11 12 States Code: Provided, That, of amounts provided under 13 this not less than $16,400,000 shall be for China heading, antidumping countervailing duty enforcement and 14 and compliance activities: Provided further, That the provisions 15 section of first 16 of section 105(f) and all of the sentence 17 108(c) of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange 18 Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2455(f) and 2458(c)) shall apply 19 in out these activities; and that for the purpose carrying 20 of Act, contributions this under provisions of the Mu- the 21 tual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 shall 22 payment for assessments for services provided as include 23 part of these activities. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

199 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 3 OF INDUSTRY AND SECURITY BUREAU 1 AND ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS 2 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 3 necessary for export administration and For 4 expenses security activities of the Department of Com- 5 national merce, including associated with the performance of 6 costs and administration field activities both domestically 7 export abroad; full medical coverage 8 dependent members of for 9 families of employees stationed overseas; em- immediate States ployment of the United citizens and aliens by 10 of contract for services abroad; payment of tort claims, in 11 12 the authorized in the first paragraph of section manner States 13 title 28, United of Code, when such claims 2672 14 arise in foreign countries; not to exceed $13,500 for offi- 15 cial expenses abroad; awards of compensa- representation tion informers under the Export Control Reform Act 16 to of 2018 (subtitle B of title XVII of the John S. 17 McCain 18 Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019; National 2208; 19 115-232; 132 Stat. Law 50 U.S.C. 4801 et Public 20 seq.), and as authorized by section l(b) of the Act of June 21 15, (40 Stat. 223; 22 U.S.C. 401(b)); and purchase 1917 and motor vehi- official for passenger use 22 motor vehicles of 23 cles for law enforcement use with special requirement vehi- 24 cles for purchase without eligible to any price limi- regard re- tation otherwise established by law, $118,050,000, to 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

200 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 4 1 until expended, except that of the amount main available avail- $4,550,000 shall remain than not 2 appropriated, less able 3 30, 2019, and shall only be available until September contractor for to implement 4 support exclusion the product by section under taken actions 5 covered articles process for U.S.C. (19 the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 of 6 232 1862): 7 That Provided, of the first sentence the provisions 108(c) and Mutual all of section the of 105(f) of 8 section (22 and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 Educational 9 U.S.C. 2455(f) and 2458(c)) shall apply in carrying out 10 these further, Provided 11 That payments and con- activities: 12 collected and accepted for materials or services tributions 13 provided as part of such activities may be retained for use 14 in the cost of such activities, and for providing covering to information public with respect the the export admin- 15 to istration and national security activities of the Depart- 16 ment 17 Commerce and other export control programs of of the United States and other governments: Provided fur- 18 19 ther, That the Secretary of Commerce may transfer up 20 to to this account, from funds available for $2,000,000 "Departmental Salaries 21 and Expenses" or Management, "Departmental Management, Renovation and Mod- 22 for 23 ernization'': Provided further, That any funds transferred 24 to the previous proviso shall remain available pursuant 25 until September 30, 2019, and shall only be available for February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

201 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 5 1 to implement the product exclusion contractor support by actions taken under section for covered 2 process articles of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 (19 U.S.C. 232 3 1862): further, That such transfer authority is Provided 4 in to any other transfer authority contained in addition 5 this Act: 6 further, That any such transfer shall Provided 7 be as a reprogramming section 505 of this treated under for and not be available expenditure obligation or shall Act 8 except 9 compliance with the procedures set forth in that in 10 section. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 11 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT .ASSISTANCE PROGR.A1vIS 12 13 For grants for economic development assistance as the Public Works and Economic Development by 14 provided Act 1965, for trade adjustment assistance, and for 15 of grants authorized by section 27 of the Stevenson-Wydler 16 Technology 17 Act of 1980 (15 U.S.C. 3722), Innovation $265,000,000, to remain available until expended, of 18 19 which $23,500,000 shall be for grants under such section 20 27. AND SAL.ARIES EXPENSES 21 necessary expenses 22 administering the eco- For of nomic development assistance programs as provided for by 23 $39,000,000: Provided, That these funds may be used 24 law, title pursuant to I of the 25 monitor to projects approved February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

202 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 6 1 Employment Act of 1976, title Public Works the II of of 1974, section Trade of the Stevenson-Wydler Act 2 27 Innovation Act of 3 (15 U.S.C. 3722), Technology 1980 and Community Emergency Drought the Act of 1977. 4 Relief MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 5 AGENCY 6 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MINORITY For necessary of the Department of Com- 7 expenses in fostering, promoting, and developing minority 8 merce business enterprise, 9 expenses of grants, con- including 10 and other agreements with public tracts, private organi- or 11 zations, $40,000,000. 12 ECONOMIC AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS SALARIES EXPENSES AND 13 For expenses, as authorized by law, of eco- 14 necessary nomic and statistical analysis programs of the Department 15 of 16 $101,000,000, to remain available until Commerce, 17 30, 2020. September 18 BUREAU OF THE CENSUS PROGRAMS CURRENT SURVEYS AND 19 20 necessary expenses for collecting, compiling, ana- For 21 preparing, and publishing statistics, provided for lyzing, 22 by law, $270,000,000: Provided, That, from amounts pro- outreach, 23 herein, funds may be used for promotion, vided and marketing activities. 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

203 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 7 1 AND PROGRAMS PERIODIC CENSUSES TRANSFER 2 OF (INCLUDING FUNDS) expenses collecting, compiling, ana- necessary 3 For for and publishing statistics for periodic preparing, lyzing, 4 and 5 provided for by law, censuses programs $3,551,388,000, remain available until September 30, 6 to Provided, That, from amounts provided herein, 7 2021: funds may 8 used for promotion, outreach, and mar- be 9 activities: Provided further, That within the keting amounts $3,556,000 shall be transferred to 10 appropriated, the "Office of Inspector General" account for activities as- 11 sociated with carrying out investigations 12 audits and re- lated to the Bureau 13 the Census: Provided further, That of 14 not more than 50 percent of the amounts made available 15 under heading for information technology related to this 2020 delivery, including the Census Enterprise census 16 Data Collection and Processing ( CEDCaP) program, may 17 be obligated until the Secretary updates the previous ex- 18 and resubmits to the Committees on Ap- 19 plan penditure 20 propriations of the House of Representatives and the Sen- each 21 plan for expenditure that: (1) identifies for a ate CEDCaP project/investment over $25,000: (A) the func- 22 23 tional and performance capabilities to be delivered and the 24 benefits to be realized; (B) an updated estimated mission 25 lifecycle cost, including cumulative expenditures to date by February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

204 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 8 1 and all revised estimates for development, fiscal year, be and key milestones to ( C) operations; maintenance, 2 3 met; impacts of cost variances on other Census and (D) (A) rea- programs; each project/investment: (2) for 4 details for sons 5 and schedule variances; any (B) top risks cost and 6 mitigation and and (3) has been submitted to strategies; the Government Office. 7 Accountability TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION NATIONAL AND 8 9 ADMINISTR.A.TION AND EXPENSES SALARIES 10 For necessary expenses, as provided 11 by law, of for 12 National Telecommunications and Information Ad- the 13 (NTIA), $39,500,000, of which not to exceed ministration 14 $15,000,000 shall remam available until September 30, 15 2020: That, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. Provided, 1535(d), Secretary of Commerce shall charge Federal 16 the agencies for costs incurred in spectrum management, 17 analysis, operations, and related services, and such fees 18 19 be retained and used as offsetting collections for shall 20 costs of such spectrum services, to remain available until 21 expended: further, That the Secretary of Com- Provided and retain use as offsetting collec- authorized to merce 22 is 23 tions all funds transferred, or previously transferred, from 24 Government agencies for all costs incurred in tele- other 25 communications research, engineering, and related activi- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

205 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 9 1 the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences of ties by 2 NTIA, in of its assigned functions under this furtherance and such funds received from other Govern- paragraph, 3 4 shall available until expended. ment remain agencies 5 FACILITIES, PLANNING PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION 6 For the administration of prior-year grants, 7 recov- 8 eries unobligated balances funds previously appro- and of open are for the priated of all available administration 9 10 grants until their expiration. UNITED 11 PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE STATES AND EXPENSES SALARIES 12 (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) 13 TRANSFERS For necessary 14 of the United States Patent expenses 15 and Trademark Office (USPTO) provided for by law, in- the Under Sec- 16 instituted against eluding of suits defense retary Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of 17 of the USPTO, $3,370,000,000, to remain available until 18 19 expended: That the sum herein appropriated Provided, be the general fund shall collec- reduced as offsetting 20 from 21 tions of fees and surcharges assessed and collected by the 22 USPTO any law are received during fiscal year under 23 so as to result in a fiscal year 2019 appropriation 2019, further, Provided the general fund estimated at $0: from 24 25 That during fiscal year 2019, should the total amount of February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

206 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 10 1 collections be less than $3,370,000,000 such offsetting amount shall reduced accordingly: Provided fur- be 2 this m amount received That excess of ther, 3 any deposited in year 2019 and the fiscal in 4 $3,370,000,000 and Fee Reserve Fund shall remain Patent 5 Trademark until expended: Provided further, That the Direc- available 6 tor of USPTO Com- submit a spending plan to the shall 7 the House of Representatives mittees on of 8 Appropriations made the for any amounts and available by the Senate 9 preceding proviso and such spending 10 shall be treated plan 11 a reprogramming under section 505 of this Act and as shall not be available for obligation or expenditure except 12 13 in compliance with the procedures set forth in that section: 14 Provided That any amounts reprogrammed in ac- further, cordance with preceding proviso shall be transferred 15 the to United States Patent and Trademark Office "Sala- 16 the ries and Expenses" account: Provided 17 That from further, 18 provided herein, not to exceed $900 shall be amounts made available in fiscal year 2019 for official reception 19 fis- and representation expenses: Provided further, That in 20 21 year 2019 from the amounts made available for "Sala- cal ries and Expenses" for the USPTO, the amounts nec- 22 percentage the between pay (1) the difference to essary 23 pay by the USPTO and employees contributed of basic 24 and under section 8334(a) of title 5, United States Code, 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

207 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 11 by section 1 ( as defined the cost percentage normal Office that provided by the as of Per- title) 8331(17) of 2 Management (OPM) for USPTO's specific use, of 3 sonnel employees subject to subchapter III of chap- of basic 4 pay, present 83 that title, and (2) the ter value of the other- of 5 wise unfunded accruing 6 as determined by OPM for costs, specific use of post-retirement life insurance USPTO's 7 and post-retirement benefits coverage for all health 8 in USPTO are enrolled employees Federal Employees who 9 10 Benefits (FEHB) and Health Employees Group Federal 11 Insurance (FEGLI), shall be transferred to the Life Civil and Disability Fund, the FEGLI 12 Service Retirement 13 Fund, and the FEHB Fund, as appropriate, and shall be of those accounts: 14 purposes available the authorized for Providedfurther, That differences between the present 15 any factors value in OPM's yearly 300 series benefit 16 published letters and the factors that 17 provides for USPTO' s OPM 18 use shall be recognized as an imputed specific on cost 19 USPTO's financial statements, where applicable: Provided 20 further, That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, 21 all and surcharges assessed and collected by USPTO fees to are for USPTO only pursuant 22 section 42 ( c) available 23 of title 3 5, United States Code, as amended by section 24 22 the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (Public Law of 25 112-29): Provided further, That within the amounts ap- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

208 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 12 propriated, shall be transferred to the "Office $1,500,000 1 Inspector account for activities associated of General" 2 carrying out investigations and audits 3 to the with related USPTO. 4 5 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY SCIENTIFIC .AND TECHNICAL RESE .. ARCH 6 SERYICES AND 7 TRANSFER OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING For expenses of the National Institute of 8 necessary Standards and Technology (NIST), $724,500,000, to re- 9 main available until expended, of which not to exceed l O $9,000,000 may be transferred to the "Working Capital 11 12 Fund": Provided, That not to exceed $5,000 shall be for 13 official and representation expenses: Provided reception further, NIST may provide local transportation for 14 That summer undergraduate research fellowship program 15 par- 16 ticipants. INDUSTRL'\L SERVICES 17 TECHNOLOGY For 18 expenses for industrial technology necessary 19 services, $155,000,000, to remain available until ex- 20 pended, $140,000,000 shall be for the Hollings of which Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and of which 21 22 $15,000,000 shall be for the National Network for Manu- 23 Innovation ( also known as ''Manufacturing facturing 24 USA"). February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

209 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 13 1 RESEARCH F AGILITIES CONSTRUCTION OF construction 2 research facilities, including of For new and design, and for renovation engineering architectural 3 maintenance of existing facilities, not otherwise pro- and 4 vided the National 5 for Standards and Tech- Institute of of through the by sections 13 15 authorized nology, 6 as Institute Standards and Technology Act (15 of 7 National 278c-278e), $106,000,000, to remain available 8 U.S.C. until expended: Provided, That the Secretary 9 Commerce of that the in the budget justification materials 10 include shall Secretary submits to Congress in support of the Depart- 11 budget ment of Commerce budget (as submitted with the 12 13 the President under section 1105(a) of title 31, United of States an estimate for each National Institute of Code) 14 Standards and Technology construction project having a 15 total 16 program cost of more multi-year $5,000,000, than and simultaneously the budget justification materials shall 17 18 include an estimate of the budgetary requirements for 19 each project for each of the 5 subsequent fiscal years. such 20 NATIONAL AND ATMOSPHERIC OCEANIC ADMINISTRA.TION 21 OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES 22 FUNDS) (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF 23 For necessary expenses of activities authorized by law 24 25 for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

210 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xrnl 14 1 operation, and hire of aircraft and including maintenance, pilot 2 state-led fisheries management, programs vessels; for notwithstanding 3 any provision of law; grants, con- other or other payments to 4 organizations for tracts, nonprofit the of conducting activities pursuant to coopera- purposes 5 agreements; and relocation of facilities, tive 6 $3,596,997,000, to remain 7 until September 30, available 8 2020: That fees donations received by the Provided, and National Service for the management of national 9 Ocean marine sanctuaries may be retained and used 10 the sala- for 11 and expenses associated with those activities, notwith- ries 31, 12 3302 of title section United States Code: Pro- standing 13 vided further, That in addition, $157,980,000 shall be de- 14 rived transfer from the fund entitled "Promote and De- by velop Products and Research Pertaining to Amer- 15 Fishery ican Fisheries", which shall only be used for fishery activi- 16 ties related to the Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program; 17 Fisheries Surveys Collections, 18 and Assessments; and Data Interjurisdictional Fisheries Grants: Provided further, 19 20 That of the $3,772,477,000 provided for in direct obliga- 21 tions this heading, $3,596,997,000 is appropriated under general fund, $157,980,000 is provided by trans- the from 22 23 fer, and $17,500,000 is derived from recoveries of prior Provided further, That any deviation 24 obligations: year 25 from the amounts designated for specific activities in the February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

211 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 15 1 statement accompanying this Act, or any joint explanatory of balances of funds provided under this 2 deobligated use in previous years, shall be subject to the proce- 3 heading in section 505 of this Act: Provided further, 4 forth dures set in addition, for necessary retired pay expenses under That 5 6 Retired Serviceman's Family Protection and Survivor the and for payments for the medical care of 7 Plan, Benefits retired and their dependents under the Depend- personnel 8 sums such as 55), (10 U.S.C. ch. Act Care ents' 9 Medical may necessary. be 10 PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND 11 CONSTRUCTION 12 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 13 For procurement, acquisition and construction of 14 capital including alteration and modification costs, assets, of the Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 15 National $1,755,349,000, remain available until September 30, 16 to 2021, except that funds provided for 17 and con- acquisition 18 of vessels and construction of facilities shall re- struction main available until expended: Provided, That of the 19 under $1,768,349,000 provided for in direct obligations 20 21 heading, $1,755,349,000 is appropriated from the this 22 fund and $13,000,000 is provided from recoveries general 23 of prior year obligations: Provided further, That any devi- the amounts designated for specific activities 24 from ation 25 in the joint explanatory statement accompanying this Act, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

212 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 16 1 use of deobligated balances of funds provided under or any to heading years, shall be subject previous the pro- 2 in this Provided Act: in section 505 of this fur- forth cedures 3 set That include Secretary of Commerce shall ther, in 4 the justification materials that the Secretary submits 5 budget to 6 in support of the Department of Commerce Congress the budget of the President ( as submitted with 7 budget United under of title 31, 1105(a) States Code) an 8 section estimate for each National Oceanic and Atmospheric 9 Ad- 10 procurement, acquisition or construction ministration project 11 a total of more than $5,000,000 and simul- having 12 taneously the budget justification shall include an estimate 13 of budgetary requirements for each such project for the each of 5 subsequent fiscal years: Provided further, 14 the within the amounts appropriated, $1,302,000 shall 15 That, be transferred to the "Office 16 Inspector General" ac- of 17 for activities associated with carrying out investiga- count tions and audits related to satellite procurement, acquisi- 18 19 tion and construction. 20 PACIFIC RECOVERY COASTAL SALMON necessary For associated with the restora- 21 expenses tion of Pacific salmon populations, $65,000,000, to re- 22 Provided, That, available until September 30, 2020: 23 main 24 the funds provided herein, the Secretary of Commerce of Oregon, may issue grants to the States of Washington, 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

213 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 17 1 and Alaska, and to the Feder- Idaho, Nevada, California, recognized of the Columbia River and Pacific ally 2 tribes (including Alaska), for projects necessary for con- 3 Coast and steelhead populations that are servation of 4 salmon listed threatened or endangered, or that are identified 5 as by a State as at-risk to be 6 listed, for maintaining popu- so treaty fishing rights exercise of tribal 7 necessary for lations 8 or subsistence fishing, or for conservation of Pacific native coastal salmon and steelhead habitat, based on guidelines 9 to be developed by the Secretary of Commerce: Provided 10 be 11 all funds shall That allocated based on sci- further, available be and other merit principles and shall not entific 12 for marketing Provided further, That funds dis- 13 activities: 14 bursed States shall be subject to a matching require- to ment of funds or documented in-kind contributions 15 at of 16 33 percent of the Federal funds. least FISHERMEN'S FUND 17 CONTINGENCY For carrying out 18 provisions of title IV of Public the from Law 95-372, not to exceed $349,000, to be derived 19 20 collected receipts to available Act, to remain pursuant that 21 expended. until 22 FISHERY DISASTER ASSISTANCE 23 For the necessary expenses associated with the miti- $15,000,000 to remain avail- 24 of fishery disasters, gation 25 able until expended: Provided, That funds shall be used February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

214 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 18 1 the effects of commercial fishery failures for mitigating fishery disasters as declared by the Secretary and resource 2 Commerce. 3 of FISHERIES FINANCE ACCOUNT 4 PROGRAM to section Subject of the Congressional Budget 5 502 Act of 197 4, during fiscal year 2019, obligations of direct 6 7 loans not exceed $24,000,000 for Individual Fishing may Quota and not to exceed $100,000,000 for tradi- 8 loans tional direct loans as authorized by the Merchant Marine 9 10 Act 1936. of DEPARTMENTAL 11 MANAGEMENT 12 SALA.RIES .AND EXPENSES For 13 expenses for the management of the necessary 14 Department of Commerce provided for by law, including 15 not exceed $4,500 for official reception and representa- to tion, 16 $63,000,000. 17 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector 18 General in carrying out the provisions of the Inspector 19 (5 U.S.C. App.), $34,744,000: Pro- 20 Act of 1978 General 21 vided, That notwithstanding section 6413(b) of the Middle Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 (Public Tax 22 Class Law 112-96), $2,000,000, to remain available until ex- 23 24 pended, from the amounts provided under this heading, Trust 25 be derived from the Public Safety shall Fund for February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

215 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 19 activities carrying associated 1 with and out investigations Network 2 First Responder audits Authority related to the et). (FirstN 3 PROVISIONS-DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 4 GENERAL TRANSFER 5 FUNDS) (INCLUDING OF 101. applicable the current fiscal year, SEC. 6 During funds made available to the Depart- and appropriations 7 ment of Commerce by this Act shall be available for the 8 in the Act of October 26, 1949 (15 9 activities specified in the extent and the manner prescribed to 1514), 10 U.S.C. by the Act, and, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3324, may 11 be for advanced payments not otherwise authorized used 12 only upon the certification of officials designated by the 13 that such payments are in the of Commerce 14 Secretary 15 public interest. 16 SEC. the current fiscal year, appropria- 102. During tions available to the Department of Commerce by 17 made this Act for salaries and expenses 18 be available for shall of passenger motor vehicles as authorized by 31 19 hire and 1344; services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. U.S.C. 1343 20 21 3109; and uniforms or allowances therefor, as authorized 22 by (5 U.S.C. 5901-5902). law SEC. 103. 23 to exceed 5 percent of any appropria- Not De- the for year fiscal the current for made tion 24 available 25 partment of Commerce in this Act may be transferred be- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

216 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 20 1 appropriations, tween such such but appropriation no shall any by than trans- percent by more such 10 increased be 2 Provided, That any transfer pursuant to this section 3 fers: be 4 shall a reprogramming funds under sec- treated of as 505 of this 5 and shall not be available for obliga- tion Act tion or expenditure except 6 compliance with the proce- in that section: Provided further, That the forth in 7 set dures Secretary Commerce shall notify the Committees on Ap- of 8 acquisition at least 15 days in advance of the propriations 9 any capital asset (including land, structures, or disposal of 10 in 11 not specifically provided for equipment) this Act and 12 or any other law appropriating funds for the Department 13 of Commerce. SEC. 104. requirements set forth by section 105 The 14 Agencies Commerce, 15 Science, and Related the of Justice, Appropriations Act, 2012 (Public 16 Law as 112-55), 17 by section 105 of title I of division B of amended Public 18 113-6, are hereby Law by reference and made adopted 19 applicable with respect to fiscal year 2019: Provided, That 20 the cycle cost for the Joint Polar Satellite System is life $11,322,125,000 and the life cycle cost for the Geo- 21 22 stationary Operational Environmental Satellite R-Series 23 $10,828,059,000. Program is SEC. 105. Notwithstanding any other proVIs10n of 24 the Secretary may furnish services (including but not 25 law, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

217 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 21 1 utilities, telecommunications, and security serv- limited to the operation, maintenance, and necessary support ices) 2 to of space that persons, firms, or organizations 3 improvement 4 authorized, are the Public Buildings Coopera- to pursuant authority, or other to use or occupy 1976 Use tive Act 5 of in the Herbert C. Hoover Building, Washington, or DC, 6 maintenance, operation, and protec- the other 7 buildings, the Secretary from to delegated tion of has been 8 which the Administrator of General Services pursuant to the 9 Federal 10 and Administrative Services Act of 1949 Property on basis. or non-reimbursable 11 Amounts re- a reimbursable 12 as reimbursement for services provided ceived under this 13 section or the authority under which the use or occupancy to the is authorized, up space $200,000, shall be cred- 14 of which ited appropriation or fund the initially bears the 15 to costs of such services. 16 SEC. Nothing 17 in this title shall be construed to 106. prevent a grant recipient from deterring child pornog- 18 19 raphy, copyright infringement, or any other unlawful ac- 20 tivity its networks. over SEC. National The Administrator of the 21 Oceanic 107. Atmospheric Administration is authorized to use, with and 22 23 their consent, with reimbursement and subject to the lim- 24 equip- available appropriations, the land, services, of its and facilities of any department, agency, 25 ment, personnel, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

218 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 22 1 of the United States, or of any State, or instrumentality tribal government, Territory, or Indian government, local 2 or of any political subdivision thereof, or of 3 possession, any foreign or international organization, for government 4 the 5 carrying out related responsibilities of any purposes to statute administered by the National Oceanic and 6 Atmos- 7 Administration. pheric SEC. 108. National Technical Information Serv- 8 The a copy shall ice any customer for not of any report 9 charge or document generated by the 10 Branch unless Legislative 11 Service has provided information to the customer on the such 12 electronic copy of an report or document may how 13 be accessed and downloaded for free online. Should a cus- 14 tomer require the Service to provide a printed or dig- still the ital the report or document, of charge shall be 15 copy limited to recovering the Service's cost of processing, re- 16 producing, delivering 17 such report or document. and Na- SEC. To carry out 18 responsibilities of the 109. the 19 tional Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), enter the Administrator of NOAA is authorized to: (1) 20 21 grants and cooperative agreements with; (2) use into on 22 a non-reimbursable basis land, services, equipment, per- ex- and and facilities provided by; and (3) receive sonnel, 23 pend funds made available 24 a consensual basis from: a on govern- Federal agency, State or subdivision thereof, local 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

219 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 23 ment, t~rritory, or possession or any tribal 1 government, Provided, funds received for thereof: 2 That subdivisions related regulatory activities pursuant to and permitting 3 under the heading "Na- this 4 shall be deposited section tional and Atmospheric Administration-Oper- 5 Oceanic Research, ations, Facilities" and shall remain avail- 6 and Pro- until September 30, 2021, for such purposes: 7 able vided 8 all funds within this section and their further, That of corresponding subject to section 505 are this Act. 9 uses 10 110. Amounts provided by this Act or by any SEC. obliga- prior Act that remain available for appropriations 11 the programs of the Eco- of 12 tion, for necessary expenses 13 nomics Statistics Administration of the Department and of including amounts provided for programs 14 Commerce, of the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Bureau of 15 16 the shall be available for expenses of cooperative Census, agreements with appropriate entities, including any Fed- 17 18 eral, State, or local governmental unit, or institution of 19 higher aid and promote statistical, research, education, to 20 and activities which further the purposes for methodology which such amounts have been made available. 21 SEC. 111. Section llO(a) of the Department of Com- 22 is 23 Appropriations Act, 2016 (Public Law 114-113) merce amended- 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

220 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 24 striking "management is" and inserting by 1 (1) is: "management (1)"; 2 and by striking "subsection (b)." and inserting 3 (2) or (2) for law enforcement activities (b); "subsection 4 5 by States under a joint enforcement conducted 6 pursuant to section 31l(h) of the Magnu- agreement Conservation and Management Fishery 7 son-Stevens Act 8 U.S.C. 186l(h)), any other agreement with (16 9 the Secretary entered into pursuant to section any similar agreement au- 10 311(a) such Act, or of thorized law.". 11 by SEC. 112. Title II of Division B of Public Law 115- 12 13 123 is amended by striking "Federal" each place it ap- the heading "Department of Commerce-Na- under 14 pears tional Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration". 15 Com- of "Department may be cited as the title 16 This 17 merce Appropriations Act, 2019". February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

221 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 25 TITLE II 1 OF JUSTICE 2 DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRA.TION GENERAL 3 SALARIES AND 4 EXPENSES necessary expenses the administration of the For 5 for of 6 $113,000,000, of which not to ex- Department Justice, ceed $4,000,000 for security and construction of Depart- 7 ment of 8 facilities shall remain available until ex- Justice 9 pended. JUSTICE SHARING TECHNOLOGY 10 INFORMATION 11 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For necessary expenses for information sharing 12 tech- 13 including planning, development, deployment and nology, departmental direction, $32,000,000, to remain available 14 15 until expended: Provided, That the Attorney General may 16 transfer to $40,000,000 to this account, from funds up available the Department of Justice for information 17 to technology, to remain available until expended, for enter- 18 prise-wide 19 technology initiatives: Provided fur- information ther, 20 the transfer authority in the preceding proviso That 21 is in addition to any other transfer authority contained 22 this Act: in Provided further, That any transfer pursuant 23 to the first proviso shall be treated as a reprogramming shall 24 section 505 of this Act and under not be available February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

222 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 26 1 or expenditure except in compliance with the for obligation in that section. set procedures 2 forth OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION RE.VIE\Y 3 EXECUTIVE (INCLUDING TRANSFER FUNDS) 4 OF expenses necessary For the administration of im- 5 for Im- for Office the Executive of migration-related 6 activities migration Review, $563,407,000, of which $4,000,000 7 shall be 8 derived from the transfer Office for by Executive the "Immigration fees deposited in 9 Immigration Review 10 Examinations account, and of which not less than Fee" $11,400,000 shall be available for services and activities 11 12 provided by the Legal Orientation Program: Provided, 13 That to exceed $35,000,000 of the total amount made not available available heading shall remain this until 14 under expended. 15 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 16 17 For expenses of the Office of Inspector necessary General, $101,000,000, including not to exceed $10,000 18 19 to meet unforeseen emergencies of a confidential char- 20 acter. STATES PAROLE COMMISSION UNITED 21 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 22 For necessary expenses of the United States Parole 23 Provided, That, as authorized, $13,000,000: 24 Commission upon 25 any other provision of law, notwithstanding the expi- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

223 U: \2019CO NF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 27 ration term of office of a Commissioner, the Commis- of 1 a has continue act until a successor to been ap- may sioner 2 3 pointed. LEGAL ACTIVITIES 4 SALARIES AND EXPENSES, GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES 5 6 expenses necessary for the legal activities of the For Department of Justice, not otherwise provided for, includ- 7 ing not exceed $20,000 for expenses of collecting evi- to 8 direction under the of, and to be dence, be 9 expended to accounted for solely 10 the under of, the Attorney certificate General; clemency administration of pardon and 11 peti- the and rent of private or Government-owned space in 12 tions; 13 the District of Columbia, $904,000,000, of which not to 14 exceed for litigation support contracts shall $20,000,000 remain available expended: Provided, That of the 15 until provided for INTERPOL Washington dues pay- 16 amount ments, not to exceed $685,000 shall remain 17 until available 18 Provided further, That of the total amount ap- expended: shall 19 to exceed $9,000 not be available to propriated, 20 INTERPOL Washington for official reception and rep- 21 resentation Provided further, That notwith- expenses: standing 22 205 of this Act, upon a determination section 23 by the Attorney General that emergent circumstances re- 24 funding for litigation activities of quire additional the Civil 25 Division, the Attorney General may transfer such amounts February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

224 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 28 1 and Expenses, General Legal Activities" from to "Salaries the current fiscal year for the appropriations available 2 for of Justice, as may be necessary to respond 3 Department to such Provided further, That any transfer 4 circumstances: be to preceding proviso shall pursuant treated as a 5 the reprogramming under section 505 of 6 Act and shall this be available for obligation or expenditure except in not 7 compliance the procedures set forth in that section: 8 with Provided further, That of the amount appropriated, such 9 Civil sums may be necessary shall be available to the 10 as 11 Rights Division for salaries and expenses associated with 12 the election monitoring program under section 8 of the 13 Voting Act of 1965 (52 U.S.C. 10305) and to reim- Rights Office of Personnel Management for such sala- the burse 14 ries and expenses: Provided further, That of the 15 amounts under this heading for the election monitoring 16 provided program, $3,390,000 shall remain available until ex- 17 18 pended: Provided further, That of the amount appro- 19 priated, less than $193,715,000 shall be available for not the the Criminal including related expenses for Division, 20 21 Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty Program. 22 In addition, for reimbursement of expenses of the De- 23 of Justice associated with processing cases partment 24 under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

225 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 29 1 exceed $10,000,000, to be appropriated from the not to Injury Fund. Compensation Trust Vaccine 2 .AND ANTITRUST DIVISION SALARIES 3 EXPENSES, expenses necessary for the enforcement of anti- 4 For and 5 laws, $164,977,000, to remain available trust kindred expended: 6 until Provided, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, fees 7 for premerger notification collected under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improve- 8 filings the year of (15 U.S.C. 18a), regardless of ments 1976 9 Act in fiscal (and estimated to be $136,000,000 10 of collection year 11 shall be retained and used for necessary ex- 2019), penses in this appropriation, and shall remain available 12 13 until expended: Provided further, That the sum herein ap- 14 propriated the general fund shall be reduced as such from offsetting are received during fiscal year 2019, 15 collections so as to result in a final fiscal year appropriation 2019 16 from $28,977,000. general fund estimated at 17 the SAL.ARIES AND EXPENSES, UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS 18 19 For necessary expenses of the Offices of the United 20 States including inter-governmental and coop- Attorneys, erative of $2,212,000,000: Provided, That 21 the agreements, total 22 appropriated, not to exceed $7,200 shall be amount 23 available for official reception and representation ex- 24 Provided further, That not to exceed $25,000,000 penses: 25 shall remain available until expended: Provided further, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

226 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 30 1 United States Attorney shall establish or par- That each in force on human trafficking. a task 2 ticipate TRUSTEE SYSTEM FUND STATES 3 UNITED necessary expenses of the United 4 Trustee For States Program, authorized, $226,000,000, to remain avail- 5 as until expended: Provided, That, notwithstanding any 6 able States United the law, to of provision other 7 deposits Trustee System Fund and amounts herein appropriated 8 as shall in such amounts available may be necessary be 9 not- pay refunds due depositors: Provided further, That, to 10 withstanding any other provision of law, fees deposited 11 section Fund pursuant to 589a(b) of title 28, the 12 into by 13 Code (as limited States section 1004(b) of the United Public Bankruptcy Judgeship Act of 2017 (division B of 14 15 115-72)), shall be retained and used for necessary Law expenses 16 this appropriation and shall remain available in until expended: Provided further, That to the extent that 17 of fees into the Fund in fiscal year 2019, net 18 deposited pay refunds due depositors, exceed 19 amounts necessary to 20 $226,000,000, those excess amounts shall be available in 21 future years only to the extent provided in advance fiscal 22 in appropriations Acts: Provided further, That the sum 23 herein appropriated from the general fund shall be re- during fiscal year are fees ( 1) received 24 as such duced 25 2019, net of amounts necessary to pay refunds due deposi- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

227 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 31 at $360,000,000) and (2) to the extent tors, (estimated 1 any general fund appropriations can be de- that remaining 2 from amounts deposited 3 rived :B'und in previous fis- in the years cal 4 not otherwise appropriated, that as to re- are so gen- in a final fiscal year 2019 appropriation from the sult 5 eral fund estimated at $0. 6 SALARIES AND FOREIGN CLAIMS 7 EXPENSES, COMMISSION SETTLEMENT 8 expenses necessary to 9 out the activities of For carry the Foreign Claims Settlement 10 including Commission, 11 as authorized by section 3109 of title 5, United services States Code, $2,409,000. 12 13 FEES _AND EXPENSES OF ,vrTNESSES 14 For fees and expenses of witnesses, for expenses of 15 contracts the procurement and supervision of expert for witnesses, private counsel expenses, including ad- 16 for vances, and for expenses of foreign counsel, $270,000,000, 17 to remain available until expended, of which not to exceed 18 $16,000,000 is for construction of buildings for protected 19 20 witness safesites; not to exceed $3,000,000 is for the pur- 21 chase maintenance of armored and other vehicles for and witness security caravans; and not to exceed $18,000,000 22 23 is for the purchase, installation, maintenance, and up- 24 of secure telecommunications equipment and a se- grade and retrieve automated information network to store 25 cure February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

228 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xm1 32 1 and locations of protected witnesses: Pro- the identities That made available under this heading 2 vided, amounts not be transferred pursuant to section 205 of may this 3 4 Act. .AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS SALARIES EXPENSES, 5 6 SERYICE TRANSFER OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING 7 For necessary expenses of 8 Community Relations the Provided, That notwithstanding sec- 9 $15,500,000: Service, the Attorney a determination Act, upon of by tion this 10 205 General that emergent circumstances require additional 11 and violence prevention ac- funding conflict resolution for 12 Service, tivities the Community Relations 13 the Attorney of 14 General may transfer such amounts to the Community Re- 15 lations available appropriations for the cur- Service, from fiscal Justice, for the Department of rent as may be year 16 necessary to respond to such circumstances: Provided fur- 17 ther, That any transfer pursuant to the preceding proviso 18 treated as a reprogramming under section 505 19 shall be and shall not be available for obligation or ex- of this Act 20 21 penditure in compliance with the procedures set except in that section. 22 forth 23 ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND 24 For expenses authorized by subparagraphs (B), (F), 25 28, (G) of section 524(c)(l) of title and United States February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

229 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 33 1 to be derived from the Department Code, $20,514,000, Justice Assets Fund. 2 of Forfeiture MARSHALS SERVICE UNITED 3 STATES AND EXPENSES 4 SALARIES necessary expenses of the United States Mar- 5 For shals $1,358,000,000, of which not to exceed 6 Service, and rep- be official for shall reception $6,000 7 available resentation expenses, not to exceed $25,000,000 shall 8 and available until expended. 9 remain 10 CONSTRUCTION For construction in space controlled, occupied or 11 uti- 12 by the United States Marshals Service for prisoner lized avail- 13 related support, $15,000,000, to remain and holding 14 able until expended. 15 FEDERAL PRISONER DETENTION 16 For expenses related to United States pris- necessary oners the custody of the United States Marshals Service 17 in as authorized by section 4013 of title 18, United 18 States 19 $1,552,397,000, to remain available until expended: Code, 20 That not to exceed $20,000,000 shall be consid- Provided, 21 ered "funds appropriated for State and local law enforce- ment pursuant to section 4013(b) of title 18, assistance" 22 United States Code: Provided further, That the United 23 managing States Marshals Service shall be responsible for 24 Transportation the Justice Prisoner and Alien 25 System. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

230 U :\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 34 1 SECURITY DIVISION NATIONAL EXPENSES 2 SALARIES AND FUNDS) 3 TRANSFER (INCLUDING OF expenses necessary to carry out the activities of 4 For National Security Division, $101,369,000, of which the 5 not 6 exceed $5,000,000 for information technology sys- to That Provided, expended: until available shall terns 7 remain notwithstanding section 205 of this Act, upon a deter- 8 mination the Attorney General that emergent cir- 9 by cumstances require additional funding for the activities of 10 11 the Security Division, the Attorney General may National 12 such amounts to this heading from available ap- transfer 13 propriations for the current fiscal year for the Department 14 of as may be necessary to respond to such cir- Justice, cumstances: further, That any transfer pursuant 15 Provided to the preceding proviso shall be treated as a reprogram- 16 avail- ming 17 505 of this Act and shall not be under section 18 able for obligation or expenditure except in compliance 19 with the procedures set forth in that section. 20 lNTERAGENCY ENFORCEMENT LAW INTERA.GENCY AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT 21 CRIME For 22 expenses for the identification, inves- necessary 23 tigation, and prosecution of individuals associated with the 24 significant drug trafficking organizations, most 25 transnational organized crime, and money laundering or- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

231 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 35 1 otherwise provided for, to include inter- ganizations not State and local law en- agreements 2 with governmental pros- and in investigation engaged agencies forcement 3 the in transnational organized 4 ecution of individuals involved and crime trafficking, $560,000,000, of which drug 5 shall remain available $50,000,000 6 expended: until Pro- 7 That any amounts obligated from appropriations vided, under heading may be used under authorities avail- this 8 able to the organizations reimbursed from this appropria- 9 tion. 10 FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 11 SALARIES EXPENSES 12 AND For necessary expenses 13 the Federal Bureau of In- of 14 vestigation for detection, investigation, and prosecution of 15 crimes United States, $9,192,137,000, of against the which to exceed $216,900,000 shall remain available 16 not until expended: Provided, That not to exceed $184,500 17 shall available for official reception and representation be 18 expenses: Provided further, That in addition to other funds 19 the Federal Bureau of projects, 20 provided for Construction 21 Investigation use up to $150,000,000 appropriated may for under this heading all costs related to in prior 22 years 23 construction, renovation, and modification of federally 24 owned and leased space and expansion of network capabili- 25 ties. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

232 U :\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 36 1 CONSTRUCTION necessary For include the cost of equip- expenses, to 2 and information technology requirements, furniture, 3 ment, to 4 or acquisition of buildings, facili- related construction ties sites by purchase, or and otherwise authorized by 5 as law; conversion, modification and extension of federally 6 7 owned preliminary planning buildings; design of and and work and maintenance of secure 8 projects; operation facilities and secure networking capabilities; 9 environment $385,000,000, to 10 available until expended. remain 11 ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION DRUG SALARIES EXPENSES 12 .AND For necessary 13 of the Drug Enforcement Ad- expenses 14 ministration, including not to exceed $70,000 to meet un- 15 foreseen of a confidential character pursuant emergencies States to of title 28, United 530C Code; and ex- 16 section penses for conducting drug education and training pro- 17 grams, 18 travel and related expenses for partici- including the pants such programs and of distribution of items in 19 programs, such of that promote the goals value token 20 21 $2,267,000,000, not to exceed $75,000,000 shall which of and not to exceed $90,000 available until expended 22 remain 23 shall be available for official reception and representation 24 expenses: Provided, That the Drug Enforcement Adminis- prior tration may use up to $5,700,000 appropriated in 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

233 U :\2019CO NF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 37 1 under this heading for necessary expenses of year funds 2 construction. AND TOBACCO, FIREARMS .. OF 3 ALCOHOL, BUREAU EXPLOSIVES 4 AND EXPENSES 5 SALARIES necessary of For the Bureau of Alcohol, To- 6 expenses bacco, 7 and Explosives, for training of State and Firearms local law enforcement 8 with or without reimburse- agencies training in connection with the training 9 including ment, and of canines for explosives and fire 10 acquisition accelerants detection; and for provision of laboratory as- 11 12 sistance State and local law enforcement agencies, with to or without reimbursement, $1,316,678,000, of which not 13 14 to exceed $36,000 shall be for official reception and rep- 15 resentation to exceed $1,000,000 shall be expenses, not available the payment of attorneys' fees as provided 16 for by section 924(d)(2) of title 18, United States Code, and 17 not exceed $20,000,000 shall remain available until ex- to 18 pended: Provided, That none of the funds appropriated 19 act upon applica- be available to investigate or 20 herein shall 21 tions relief from Federal firearms disabilities under for 22 925(c) of title 18, United States Code: Provided section 23 further, That such funds shall be available to investigate 24 and upon applications filed by act for relief corporations 25 from Federal firearms disabilities under section 925(c) of February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

234 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 38 1 United States Code: Provided further, That no title 18, Act this or any other by may be used made funds available 2 transfer the functions, missions, or activities 3 the Bu- to of reau Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives of to 4 5 other agencies or Departments. FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM 6 SALARIES 7 EXPENSES AND (INCLUDING TRANSFER FUNDS) 8 OF necessary System of the Federal Prison For 9 expenses the administration, operation, and maintenance of 10 for Federal 11 and correctional institutions, and for the penal 12 of technical assistance and advice on provision corrections 13 related issues to foreign governments, $7,250,000,000: 14 Provided, That the Attorney General may transfer to the 15 Department Health and Human Services such amounts of expenditures as necessary for direct be by that De- 16 may partment for medical relief for inmates of Federal 17 penal 18 correctional institutions: Provided further, That the and 19 of the Federal Prison System, where necessary, Director 20 may enter into contracts with a fiscal agent or fiscal inter- 21 mediary processor to determine the amounts pay- claims Federal Prison Sys- of on behalf 22 the able persons who, to 23 tern, furnish health services to individuals committed to 24 custody of the Federal Prison System: Provided fur- the 25 ther, That not to exceed $5,400 shall be available for offi- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

235 APPRO. SEN. U: \2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xrnl 39 1 and representation expenses: Provided fur- cial reception That not exceed $50,000,000 shall remain avail- to 2 ther, necessary operations for able 3 30, 2020: until September 4 Provided of the amounts provided for con- further, That, confinement, not to exceed $20,000,000 shall remain 5 tract available until expended to make 6 in advance for payments 7 contracts grants, reimbursable agreements, other and and Provided further, expenses: the Director of the Fed- 8 That eral Prison System may accept donated property 9 serv- and program card prison the of operation 10 to relating ices the from 11 entity which has operated such pro- a not-for-profit not- gram in the past, notwithstanding the fact that such 12 13 entity furnishes services under contracts to the for-profit Federal System relating to the operation of pre- 14 Prison release services, halfway houses, or other custodial facili- 15 ties. 16 BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 17 For construction acquisition of sites, and 18 planning, of 19 facilities; purchase and acquisition of facilities and new 20 remodeling, and equipping of such facilities for penal and 21 correctional including all necessary expenses incident use, 22 by contract thereto, or force account; and constructing, 23 remodeling, and equipping necessary buildings and facili- at existing penal and correctional institutions, includ- 24 ties 25 ing all necessary expenses incident thereto, by contract or February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

236 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 40 1 $264,000,000, to remain available until ex- force account, only of shall be available $175,000,000 for pended, 2 which Provided, to construction of new facilities: 3 costs related labor of United States prisoners may be used for 4 That this appropriation. under work 5 performed PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED 6 FEDERAL The Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated, 7 here- is authorized to make such expenditures within the limits by 8 and borrowing authority available, and in accord of 9 funds with the law, and to make such contracts and commit- 10 11 ments regard to fiscal year limitations as provided without United by 9104 of title 31, 12 States Code, as may section 13 be necessary in carrying out the program set forth in the 14 budget the current fiscal year for such corporation. for LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES, FEDERAL .. 15 INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED PRISON 16 Not to exceed $2,700,000 of the funds of the 17 Federal 18 Industries, Incorporated, shall be available for its Prison administrative expenses, and for services as authorized by 19 20 section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, to be com- accordance 21 an accrual basis to be determined in on puted the corporation's current prescribed accounting sys- 22 with 23 tern, and such amounts shall be exclusive of depreciation, and expenditures which such account- 24 of claims, payment cost ing system requires to be capitalized or charged to 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

237 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 41 1 acquired or produced, including selling of commodities and shipping expenses in connection with acqui- 2 and expenses, operation, maintenance, improvement, construction, 3 sition, or disposition of facilities and property other protection, 4 the an or in which it has 5 interest. corporation belonging to AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES STATE 6 OFFICE ON VIOLENCE 7 WOMEN AGAINST 8 AG.A.INST WOMEN PREVENTION AND VIOLENCE PROSECUTION PROGRAMS 9 TRANSFER FUNDS) 10 OF (INCLUDING grants, 11 cooperative agreements, and For contracts, other assistance for the prevention and prosecution of 12 vio- 13 against women, as authorized by the Omnibus Crime lence 14 Control Safe Streets Act and 1968 (34 U.S.C. 10101 of 15 et seq.) ("the 1968 Act"); the Violent Crime Control and 16 Law Act of 1994 (Public Law 103-322) Enforcement Abuse ("the the Victims of Child Act"); Act of 1990 17 1994 (Public Law 101-647) ("the 1990 Act"); the Prosecu- 18 19 torial and Other Tools to end the Exploitation Remedies 2003 20 Today Act of Children (Public of Law 108-21); the 21 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 1974 22 et seq.) ("the 11101 Act"); the Victims U.S.C. (34 of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (Public 23 Law 106-386) ("the 2000 Act"); the Violence Against 24 Reauthorization 25 and Department of Justice Women Act February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

238 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 42 l (Public of 2005 ("the 2005 the Vio- 109-162) Law Act"); Women Against Act of 2013 (Public lence 2 Reauthorization 113-4) ("the 2013 Act"); and the Law Survivor Rape 3 Law 114-22) ("the 2015 (Public 4 Custody Act Child of Act"); and for related victims seI'Vlces, 2015 5 $497,500,000, to remain available until expended, 6 which 7 be derived shall transfer from available for by amounts Fund the established by section this obligation from in 8 Act 98-4 Law Public XIV of title II 73 of chapter 1402 9 of (34 20101), notwithstanding section 1402(d) 10 U.S.C. of such 11 of 1984, and merged with the amounts otherwise Act except That Provided, under this heading: available made 12 as otherwise by law, not to exceed 5 percent of 13 provided may under this heading be used for available funds 14 made expenses related 15 evaluation, training, and technical as- to 16 sistance: further, of the amount provided- Provided That (1) 17 is for grants to combat vio- $215,000,000 18 lence against women, as authorized by part T of the 19 1968 Act; (2) is for transitional housing as- 20 $36,000,000 sistance grants for victims of 21 violence, dat- domestic 22 violence, stalking, or ing assault as authorized sexual 23 by section 40299 of the 1994 Act; the National Institute of 24 $3,000,000 is for (3) re- Justice and the Bureau of Justice Statistics for 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

239 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 43 1 and statistics of violence against search, evaluation, and issues addressed by grant pro- 2 related women Women, the Office on Violence Against of grams 3 shall be which 4 "Research, to Evaluation transferred 5 for administration by and Office of Statistics" the Justice Programs; 6 ( 4) $11,000,000 is 7 a for grant to pro- program vide services advocate for 8 to to respond youth and of domestic 9 dating violence, sexual victims violence, children and stalking; assistance and to assault, 10 exposed youth such violence; programs to engage 11 to and youth in preventing such violence; and as- 12 men 13 sistance to middle and high school students through 14 education services related to such violence: and other That available balances Provided, for 15 unobligated the authorized by sections 41201, 41204, programs 16 41303, and 41305 of the 1994 Act, prior to its 17 amendment the 2013 Act, shall be available for 18 by of percent Provided further, That 10 program: this 19 amount available for this grant program 20 the total 21 shall available for grants under the program au- be 22 thorized by section 2015 of the 1968 Act: Provided 23 further, That the definitions and grant conditions in to 24 40002 of the 1994 Act shall apply section this 25 program; February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

240 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 44 1 is for (5) $53,000,000 encourage grants ar- to 2 of by as U authorized the 1968 policies rest part of which 3 is for a homicide reduction Act, $4,000,000 initiative; 4 1s sexual assault victims for $37,500,000 5 (6) assistance, as authorized by section 41601 of 6 the Act; 1994 7 (7) $42,000,000 for rural domestic violence 8 is and abuse enforcement assistance grants, as child 9 authorized by section 40295 of 10 1994 Act; the 11 $20,000,000 is for grants to reduce violent (8) crimes against women on campus, as authorized by 12 13 section 304 of the 2005 Act; 14 (9) is for legal assistance for vic- $45,000,000 of tims, by section 1201 authorized the 2000 Act; 15 as (10) $5,000,000 is for enhanced training and 16 services end 17 violence against and abuse of women to 40802 in 18 as authorized by section later of the life, 1994 Act; 19 20 (11) $16,000,000 is for grants to fami- support lies by the justice system, as authorized 21 section in the 2000 Act: Provided, That unobligated 1301 of 22 23 balances available for the programs authorized by section the 2000 Act and 41002 of 24 section 1301 of February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

241 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 45 1 Act, prior to their amendment by the 2013 the 1994 shall available for this program; Act, 2 be and training for education 3 (12) $6,000,000 is end violence against and abuse of women with 4 to as authorized 5 disabilities, by section 1402 of the 2000 6 Act; 7 $1,000,000 is for the National Resource (13) Center Workplace Responses to assist victims of 8 on domestic violence, as authorized by section 41501 of 9 the 1994 Act; 10 (14) research is for analysis and 11 on $1,000,000 violence against Indian women, including as author- 12 13 ized by section 904 of the 2005 Act: Provided, That 14 such may be transferred to "Research, Eval- funds uation Statistics" for administration by the Of- 15 and fice of Justice Programs; 16 (15) $500,000 is for a national clearinghouse 17 18 provides training and technical assistance on that 19 issues relating to sexual assault of American Indian 20 and Native women; Alaska (16) to is for grants 21 assist tribal $4,000,000 governments 22 in exercising special domestic violence 23 criminal jurisdiction, as authorized by section 904 of grant 2013 Act: Provided, That the the conditions in 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

242 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 46 1 of the 1994 .Act shall apply to this section 40002(b) and 2 program; is for the purposes authorized (17) 3 $1,500,000 2015 .Act. the under 4 OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS 5 OFFICE RESEARCH, EVALUATION STATISTICS 6 .AND grants, cooperative agreements, and For contracts, 7 assistance 8 by title I of the Omnibus other authorized ("the 1968 and Safe 1968 .Act of Streets Control 9 Crime .Act"); the Justice and Delinquency Prevention 10 Juvenile the of .Act ("the 197 4 .Act"); 197 Missing Children's .As- 11 4 sistance .Act (34 U.S.C. 11291 et 12 the Prosecutorial seq.); 13 and Other Tools to end the Exploitation of Chil- Remedies (Public dren .Act of 2003 Today Law 108-21); the Justice 14 15 for .All .Act of 2004 (Public Law 108-405); the Violence 16 .Against and Department of Justice Reauthoriza- Women 109-162) tion 2005 (Public Law of ("the 2005 .Act"); 17 .Act the Victims of Child .Abuse .Act of 1990 (Public Law 101- 18 19 647); Second Chance .Act of 2007 (Public Law 110- the of 20 Victims of Crime .Act the 1984 (Public Law 98- 199); 21 473); the .Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety .Act 22 of (Public Law 109-248) ("the .Adam Walsh .Act"); 2006 23 PROTECT Our Children .Act of 2008 (Public Law the Security 110-401); subtitle D of title II of the Homeland 24 ("the .Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-296) the 2002 .Act"); 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

243 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 47 1 Amendments Act of 2007 (Public NICS Improvement 110-180); Violence Against Women Reauthoriza- the Law 2 2013 ("the 113-4) Law Act"); (Public of Act tion 3 2013 4 other $80,000,000, and remain available programs, to expended, of until 5 which- (1) $43,000,000 is for criminal justice statistics 6 programs, 7 other activities, authorized by part and as of of C the 1968 Act, title which $5,000,000 is 8 I of for a nationwide incident-based 9 statistics pro- crime 10 gram; and 11 $37,000,000 is for research, development, (2) 12 evaluation programs, and other activities as au- and 13 thorized by part B of title I of the 1968 Act and 14 subtitle of title II of the 2002 Act, of which D $4,000,000 for research targeted toward devel- 15 is oping a 16 understanding the domestic better of radicalization phenomenon, and advancing 17 evidence- 18 based strategies for effective intervention and pre- 19 vention; $1,000,000 is for research to study the root 20 causes school violence to include of impact the and effectiveness of grants 21 under the STOP School made 22 Violence Act; $1,000,000 is for a study to better protect children 23 online predatory behavior as against Victimization part of the National Juvenile Online 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

244 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 48 1 and $3,000,000 is for a national Studies (N-JOVS); for 2 restorative center justice. LOCAL ASSISTANCE ENFORCEMENT .AND 3 STATE LA:W OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING 4 TRA1'JSFER grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, 5 For and other authorized by the Violent Crime Control 6 assistance and Enforcement Act of 1994 (Public Law 103-322) Law 7 ("the 1994 Act"); the 8 Crime Control and Safe Omnibus 9 Act of 1968 ("the 1968 Act"); the Justice for All Streets the Law 108-405); Victims of Child Act (Public 2004 10 of Abuse Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-64 7) 11 1990 ("the 12 the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act''); Act 13 2005 (Public Law 109-164); the Violence Against of Act Reauthorization and Department of Justice Women 14 of 2005 Law 109-162) ("the 2005 Act"); the 15 (Public Adam Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 16 Walsh (Public Law 109-248) ("the 17 Walsh Act"); the Vic- Adam 18 of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of tims 2000 19 (Public Law 106-386); the NICS Improvement Amend- of D subtitle 110-180); Law (Public 2007 Act ments 20 of title 2002 of the Homeland Security Act of 21 (Public Law II 22 107-296) ("the 2002 Act"); the Second Chance Act of 23 2007 (Public Law 110-199); the Prioritizing Resources Organization for Intellectual Property Act of 2008 and 24 1984 of Law 110-403); the Victims of Crime Act (Public 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

245 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 49 1 the Mentally Ill Offender Treat- (Public Law 98-473); and Reauthorization and Improve- Crime Reduction ment 2 of 2008 (Public 3 ment Act Violence 110-416); Law the Law Reauthorization Act of 4 (Public Against Women 2013 113-4) 2013 Act"); the Comprehensive Addiction 5 ("the 6 and Act of 2016 (Public Law 114-198) Recovery ("CARA"); the Justice for 7 Reauthorization Act of All 114-324); Kevin and Avonte's Law (di- 8 (Public Law 2016 of Public Law 115-141) ("Kevin and Avonte's Q vision 9 Law''); the Keep Young Athletes Safe Act of 2018 ( title 10 11 III division S of Public Law 115-141) ("the Keep of STOP School Violence Act Young Athletes Safe Act"); the 12 13 of 2018 (title V of division S of Public Law 115-141) 14 ("the School Violence Act"); the Fix NICS Act of STOP Public 2018 of division S of VI Law 115-141); the (title 15 Authorization Program Grant Neighborhoods Project 16 Safe Act of 2018 (Public Law 115-185); and the SUPPORT 17 for Patients and Communities Act (Public Law 115-271); 18 and other programs, $1,723,000,000, to remain available 19 20 until expended as follows- 21 $423,500,000 for the Edward Byrne Memo- (1) Justice Assistance Grant program as authorized rial 22 23 by subpart 1 of part E of title I of the 1968 Act that section lOOl(c), and the special rules 24 (except 25 for Puerto Rico under section 505(g) of title I of the February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

246 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 50 1 shall not apply for purposes of this Act), 1968 Act which, such subpart 1, of 2 notwithstanding is for the Officer Robert Wilson III 3 $12,000,000 Initiative Memorial Preventing Violence Against 4 on 5 Law Officer Resilience and Surviv- Enforcement ability (VALOR), $7,500,000 is for an initiative 6 to 7 evidence-based policing, $8,000,000 is for support an initiative enhance prosecutorial decision-mak- to 8 ing, 9 is for the operationalization, mainte- $2,400,000 nance and expansion of the 10 Missing and National 11 Persons System, $2,500,000 is for an Unidentified academic based training initiative to improve police- 12 13 based responses to people with mental illness or de- $2,000,000 is for a student 14 velopmental disabilities, loan repayment program pursuant to sec- 15 assistance tion 16 952 Public Law 110-315, $15,500,000 is for of prison rape prevention and 17 grants to prosecution 18 and units of local government, and other pro- States by the Prison Rape Elimi- grams, as authorized 19 20 nation Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-79), 21 $2,000,000 for a grant program authorized by is 22 and Avonte's Law, $3,000,000 is for a re- Kevin 23 gional law enforcement technology initiative, 24 is for programs to reduce gun crime $20,000,000 25 and gang violence, as authorized by Public Law February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

247 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 51 115-185, for the Capital Litigation $5,000,000 is 1 Program, as authorized by sec- Grant Improvement 2 tion 426 3 Law 108-405, of for grants for Public and wrongful review, $2,000,000 is for emer- 4 conviction law enforcement assistance for events occur- 5 gency authorized as 2019, after fiscal year or 6 during ring of Justice Assistance Act section of the by 7 609M grants (34 U.S.C. 50101), $2,000,000 is for 8 1984 to States and units of local government to deploy 9 managed systems to combat contraband cell access 10 phone use in prison, $2,000,000 is for a program to 11 and $8,000,000 is indigent defense, 12 improve juvenile 13 for violence prevention initiatives; community-based State Criminal Alien (2) the $243,500,000 14 for Program, as authorized by section 15 Assistance 24l(i)(5) of the Immigration and (8 Act Nationality 16 That no jurisdiction U.S.C. Provided, 17 1231(i)(5)): shall 18 compensation for any cost greater than request 19 the actual cost for Federal immigration and other 20 detainees housed State local detention facili- in and ties; 21 sel'Vlces programs (3) $85,000,000 for victim 22 23 for victims of trafficking, as authorized by section programs 106-386, for au- Law 24 of 107(b)(2) Public February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

248 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 52 1 thorized Law 109-164, programs Public under or authorized 2 under Law 113-4; Public $14,000,000 for economic, high technology, 3 (4) Internet crime prevention grants, and collar, 4 white including authorized by section 401 of Public 5 as Law 110-403, of which $2,500,000 is 6 competi- for 7 tive that help and local law enforce- grants State tackle intellectual property thefts, and ment 8 $2,000,000 for a competitive grant 9 for program 10 students in computer forensics and digital training 11 investigation; 12 (5) $20,000,000 for sex offender management 13 assistance, as authorized by the Adam Walsh Act, 14 and activities; related (6) $25,000,000 the matching grant pro- 15 for 16 gram law enforcement armor vests, as authorized for by 17 2501 of title I of the 1968 Act: Provided, section 18 That $1,500,000 is transferred directly to the Na- 19 tional Institute of Standards and Technology's Of- 20 fice of Enforcement for research, Law Standards testing and evaluation programs; 21 the National Sex Offender (7) $1,000,000 for 22 23 Public Website; grants to States to up- 24 $75,000,000 for (8) 25 grade criminal the and health records for mental February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

249 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 53 1 National Background Check Instant Criminal Sys- no less of which tern, 2 $25,000,000 shall be for than made under the authorities of grants NICS Im- the 3 Law Act of 2007 (Public 4 Amendments provement and Fix NICS Act of 2018; 5 110-180) (9) $30,000,000 for 6 Coverdell Paul Forensic under part BB of title Grants Sciences 7 Improvement of 8 I Act; the 1968 $130,000,000 for DNA-related 9 (10) foren- and 10 sic programs activities, which- and of (A) $120,000,000 is for a 11 analysis DNA and capacity enhancement program and for 12 13 other local, State, and Federal forensic activi- the purposes authorized under 14 ties, including section of the DNA Analysis Backlog Elimi- 15 2 nation Act of 2000 (Public 16 106-546) Law (the Debbie Smith DNA Backlog Grant Program): 17 Provided, That up to 4 percent of funds made 18 19 available under this paragraph may be used for the DNA Training 20 the described in purposes and Law for 21 Enforcement, Correc- Education 22 Personnel, tional and Court Officers program 23 (Public Law 108-405, section 303); the purposes de- 24 $6,000,000 is for (B) 25 scribed in the Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Convic- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

250 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 54 1 tion Grant Program Law Testing DNA (Public 412); and 108-405, 2 section $4,000,000 is for Sexual Assault Fo- 3 (C) Exam rensic grants, including as au- 4 Program 304 of Public Law 108-405; thorized section 5 by (11) $48,000,000 for a grant program for 6 com- 7 sexual assault response reform; munity-based (12) for the court-appointed spe- $12,000,000 8 7 21 section by authorized program, advocate cial 9 as of the 1990 Act; 10 (13) for 11 assistance to Indian $37,500,000 tribes; 12 (14) $87,500,000 for offender reentry programs 13 Chance and research, as authorized by the Second 14 15 of 2007 (Public Law 110-199), without regard Act to time limitations specified at section 6(1) of 16 the such Act, of which not to exceed $6,000,000 is 17 for 18 to improve State, local, and tribal proba- a program tion or parole supervision efforts and strategies, 19 20 $5,000,000 is for Children of Incarcerated Parents 21 to enhance and maintain parental Demonstrations 22 family relationships for incarcerated parents as and 23 a reentry or recidivism reduction strategy, and 24 is for additional replication sites employ- $4,000,000 25 ing the Project HOPE Opportunity Probation with February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

251 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 55 1 implementing swift and certain Enforcement model and for a research project on in 2 sanctions probation, effectiveness of the model: Provided, the up to That 3 in this para- $7,500,000 4 of funds made available graph may be used for performance-based awards 5 for 6 for Success projects, of which up to Pay $5,000,000 be for shall 7 Pay for Success programs Housing the Permanent Supportive implementing 8 Model; 9 (15) $66,500,000 for initiatives to 10 po- improve 11 lice-community relations, of which $22,500,000 is 12 for a competitive matching grant program for pur- 13 chases body-worn cameras for State, local and of Tribal enforcement, $27,000,000 is for a justice 14 law reinvestment initiative, for activities related to crimi- 15 16 nal reform and recidivism reduction, and justice 17 is for an Edward Byrne Memorial $17,000,000 18 criminal justice innovation program; 19 (16) for comprehensive opioid $347,000,000 by abuse 20 activities, including as authorized reduction 21 CARA, and for the following programs, which shall 22 opioid abuse reduction consistent with un- address 23 derlying program authorities- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

252 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xrnl 56 1 Drug Courts, as au- (A) $77,000,000 for section 1001(a)(25)(A) of title I of by thorized 2 3 1968 Act; the $31,000,000 for mental health courts 4 (B) 5 adult juvenile collaboration program and and by parts V and HH of grants, as 6 authorized 7 I of the 1968 Act, and the Mentally Ill Of- title Crime and Reduction Reau- Treatment 8 fender (Pub- Improvement and Act of 2008 9 thorization 10 lie Law 110-416); 11 (C) $30,000,000 for grants for Residential 12 Substance Treatment for State Pris- Abuse of oners, by part S authorized title I of the 13 as 1968 Act; 14 (D) $22,000,000 for a veterans treatment 15 courts program; 16 (E) $30,000,000 for a program to monitor 17 18 prescription drugs and scheduled listed chemical 19 products; and (F) $157,000,000 for 20 comprehensive a 21 opioid abuse program; pro- grant $2,500,000 a competitive (17) 22 for 23 gram authorized by the Keep Young Athletes Safe and 24 Act; February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

253 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 57 1 for (18) $75,000,000 be to administered grants Bureau of Justice for purposes au- the by Assistance 2 under the STOP School Violence Act: 3 thorized if a unit of That, government uses any of Provided, local 4 funds made available under this heading to increase the 5 the number of law enforcement officers, the unit 6 local of 7 will achieve a government gain in number of law net the officers perform non-administrative pub- enforcement who 8 sector 9 service. lie safety JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS 10 For grants, contracts, 11 agreements, and cooperative 12 assistance authorized by the Juvenile Justice and other ("the Delinquency Act of 197 4 13 197 4 A.ct"); the Prevention 14 Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 15 ("the Act"); the Violence Against Women and De- 1968 16 partment Reauthorization Act of 2005 (Public of Justice Law ("the 2005 Act"); the Missing Children's 17 109-162) Assistance Act (34 U.S.C. 18 et seq.); the Prosecu- 11291 19 Remedies and Other Tools to end the Exploitation torial of Children Today Act of 2003 (Public 20 Law 108-21); the 21 Victims Child Abuse Act of 1990 (Public Law 101- of 647) ("the 1990 Act"); the Adam Walsh Child Protection 22 23 and Safety Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-248) ("the of 24 Act"); the PROTECT Our Children Act Walsh Adam Law 110-401); the Violence Against Women 25 2008 (Public February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

254 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 58 1 of 2013 (Public Law 113-4) ("the Reauthorization Act Act"); Justice for All Reauthorization Act of 2013 the 2 (Public Law 114-324); and other 3 justice 2016 juvenile programs, to remain available until $287,000,000, 4 ex- pended as follows- 5 (1) 6 for programs authorized by $60,000,000 7 221 of the 197 4 Act, and for training and section technical organi- to assist small, nonprofit 8 assistance grants the Federal process: Provided, zations 9 with 10 of the amounts provided under this paragraph, That 11 $500,000 shall be for a competitive demonstration 12 grant to support emergency planning program among local and tribal juvenile justice resi- 13 State, dential facilities; 14 (2) $95,000,000 for youth mentoring grants; 15 $24,500,000 for delinquency prevention, as (3) 16 17 authorized by section 505 of the 197 4 Act, of which, 18 pursuant sections 261 and 262 thereof- to the (A) shall be for 19 'I1ribal $5,000,000 20 Youth Program; 21 (B) $500,000 shall be for an Internet site 22 information and resources on children providing 23 of incarcerated parents; February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

255 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 59 1 shall be for competitive (C) $2,000,000 2 focusing in the juvenile justice on grants girls system; 3 (D) $9,000,000 shall be for 4 an opioid-af- and fected youth 5 initiative; $8,000,000 an be for (E) initiative 6 shall children exposed to violence; 7 relating to authorized 4) $22,500,000 by programs for ( 8 the Victims Child Abuse Act of 1990; 9 of $82,000,000 for missing 10 (5) and exploited chil- dren programs, including as authorized 11 sections by sec- and 405(a) of the 1974 Act (except that 404(b) 12 13 tion 102(b)(4)(B) of the PROTECT Our Children apply not shall 110-401) Law (Public 2008 Act 14 of for purposes this Act); and 15 of (6) for child abuse training pro- 16 $3,000,000 grams for judicial personnel and practitioners, 17 as 18 by section 222 of the 1990 Act: authorized 10 19 not more than That percent of each amount Provided, 20 may be used for research, evaluation, and statistics activi- 21 ties to benefit the programs or activities author- designed Provided further, That not more than 2 percent of 22 ized: 23 the amounts designated under paragraphs (1) through (3) for and may be used (6) training and technical assistance: 24 25 Provided further, That the two preceding provisos shall not February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

256 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 60 1 grants and projects administered pursuant to sec- apply to and and of the 1974 Act 262 to missing and tions 2 261 children programs. 3 exploited SAFETY OFFICER BENEFITS 4 PUBLIC TRANSFER FUNDS) (INCLUDING OF 5 payments and 6 authorized under section For expenses lOOl(a)( 7 of title I of the Omnibus 4) Control and Crime 8 Streets Act of 1968, such sums as are necessary (in- Safe eluding for administrative costs), to remain avail- 9 amounts able until expended; and $24,800,000 for payments au- 10 thorized by section 120l(b) of such Act and for edu- 11 by section 1218 of such Act, cational assistance authorized 12 13 to remain available until expended: Provided, That not- 14 withstanding 205 of this Act, upon a determina- section tion by Attorney General that emergent circumstances 15 the and edu - require funding for such disability 16 additional cation payments, the Attorney 17 may transfer such General 18 to "Public Safety Officer Benefits" from avail- amounts 19 appropriations for the Department of Justice as may able 20 be necessary to respond to such circumstances: Provided 21 further, any transfer pursuant to the preceding pro- That treated as a reprogramming under section viso shall be 22 23 505 of this Act and shall not be available for obligation 24 except expenditure or compliance with the procedures in in that section. 25 set forth February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

257 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 61 1 POLICING SERVICES COMl\IUNITY ORIENTED ORIENTED 2 PROGRAMS POLICING COMMUNITY SERVICES OF TRANSFER FUNDS) (INCLUDING 3 authorized by 4 Violent Crime Con- For activities the and Law 5 Act of 1994 (Public Law 103- trol Enforcement 322); Omnibus Crime Control and Safe the Act 6 Streets of 1968 7 1968 Act"); the Violence Against ("the Women Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 and 8 109-162) ("the 2005 Act"); and the SUP- Law (Public 9 PORT for Patients and Communities Act (Public Law 10 115-271), remain to 11 available until ex- $303,500,000, pended: made That any balances 12 available Provided, through 13 year deobligations shall only be available in prior 14 accordance with section 505 of this Act: Provided further, 15 That the amount provided under this heading- of (1) is for grants under section 16 $228,500,000 1701 of title I of the 1968 Act (34 U.S.C. 10381) 17 18 for hiring and rehiring of additional career law the 19 officers under part Q of such title not- enforcement 20 withstanding subsection (i) of such section: Pro- 21 vided, notwithstanding section 1704(c) of such That, title 22 U.S.C. 10384(c)), funding for hiring or re- (34 23 hiring a career law enforcement officer may not ex- 24 $125,000 unless the Director of the Office of ceed 25 Community Oriented Policing Services grants a February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

258 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 62 1 this limitation: Provided further, That waiver from the appropriated under this para- within 2 amounts 3 graph, for improving tribal law en- $27,000,000 is including equipment, forcement, training, 4 hiring, activities, anti-opioid ac- anti-methamphetamine and 5 Provided 6 That of the amounts ap- tivities: further, under for this paragraph, $6,500,000 is 7 propriated community policing activities 8 development in fur- in the purposes Provided section 1701: therance of 9 further, That of the amounts 10 under appropriated 11 paragraph $37,000,000 is for regional informa- this sharing activities, as authorized by part M of 12 tion 13 title I of the 1968 A.ct, which shall be transferred 14 to merged with "Research, Evaluation, and Sta- and tistics" administration by the Office of Justice 15 for Programs: Provided further, That within the 16 17 amounts under this paragraph, no less appropriated 18 $3,000,000 is to support the Tribal Access than 19 Program: Provided further, That within the amounts 20 appropriated this paragraph, $2,000,000 is under for 21 peer mentoring, and mental health pro- training, En- gram activities as authorized under the Law 22 (Public forcement Mental Health and Wellness A.ct 23 Law 115-113); 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

259 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 63 1 is for activities authorized by (2) $10,000,000 POLICE of 2016 (Public Law 114-199); the 2 Act $8,000,000 is for competitive grants to 3 (3) 4 law agencies in States with high State enforcement of precursor chemicals, finished meth- 5 seizures amphetamine, laboratories, and 6 dump sei- laboratory Provided, That funds appropriated under this 7 zures: paragraph be utilized for investigative purposes shall 8 to locate or investigate illicit activities, including 9 precursor diversion, laboratories, or methamphet- 10 amine 11 traffickers; ( 4) $32,000,000 12 for competitive grants to 1s 13 statewide law enforcement agencies in States with 14 high of primary admissions for her- rates treatment and oin opioids: Provided, That these funds 15 other shall be utilized for investigative 16 to locate purposes 17 investigate illicit activiti~s, including activities re- or 18 to the distribution of heroin or unlawful dis- lated 19 tribution of prescription opioids, or unlawful heroin 20 and opioid traffickers through statewide prescription collaboration; 21 and (5) $25,000,000 is 22 competitive grants to be for 23 administered by the Community Oriented Policing under 24 Office for purposes authorized Services the February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

260 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 64 STOP Act (title V of division S of School 1 Violence 2 Public 115-141). Law OF JUSTICE 3 GENERAL PROVISIONS-DEPARTMENT OF FUNDS) TRANSFER 4 (INCLUDING 201. In addition 5 amounts otherwise made SEC. to available this title for official reception and representa- 6 in from expenses, of not to exceed $50,000 tion funds 7 a total appropriated to 8 Department of Justice in this title the the Attorney General for official re- shall 9 to be available and expenses. ception l O representation 202. None SEC. the funds appropriated by this 11 of title shall be available to 12 for abortion, except where an pay the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus 13 in the case of rape or incest: Pro- carried to term, or 14 were l 5 vided, should this prohibition declared unconstitu- That be by jurisdiction, court of competent a this section tional 16 shall be null and void. 17 SEC. 203. None of the 18 appropriated under this funds or perform, to person any require 19 used be shall title to any way the performance of, any abortion. in facilitate 20 21 SEC. 204. Nothing in the preceding section shall re- the Director of the Bureau of Pris- 22 move obligation of the ons to provide escort services necessary for a female in- 23 facility: mate to receive such service outside the Federal 24 Provided, 25 That nothing in this section in any way dimin- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

261 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 65 1 ishes section intended to address the phil- effect 203 of the of 2 employees of the osophical beliefs individual of Bureau 3 Prisons. 4 Not to exceed 5 percent of any appropria- SEC. 205. for made the current fiscal year for the De- available tion 5 of Justice in this Act may be transferred be- 6 partment but no such appropriation, ex- 7 tween such appropriations, 8 as otherwise specifically provided, shall be increased cept any by 10 percent by than such transfers: Provided, more 9 That any transfer pursuant to this section shall be treated 10 11 as of funds under section 505 of this a reprogramming for and shall not be available com- obligation except in 12 Act 13 pliance with the procedures set forth in that section. 14 SEC. of the funds made available under 206. None title Federal be used by the this Bureau of Prisons 15 may for the States Marshals Service United the purpose of 16 or transporting an individual who is a prisoner pursuant to 17 Federal conviction under State or crime law and is for 18 classified as a maximum or high security prisoner, other 19 than to a prison or other facility certified by the Federal 20 21 Bureau Prisons as appropriately secure for housing of such 22 a prisoner. SEC. 207. (a) None 23 the funds appropriated by this of tele- cable may be used by Federal prisons to purchase Act 24 25 vision services, or to rent or purchase audiovisual or elec- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

262 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 66 1 or equipment used primarily for recreational tronic media purposes. 2 (a) does (b) 3 Subsection rental, main- preclude not the or media electronic or audiovisual purchase or tenance, 4 of for inmate training, religious, or educational 5 equipment programs. 6 208. None of the SEC. made available under funds 7 this title shall 8 obligated or expended for any new or be 9 technology program having total es- enhanced information timated costs in excess of $100,000,000, un- development 10 less the Deputy Attorney General and the investment re- 11 certify to the Committees on Appropriations board 12 view and of House of Representatives 13 the Senate that the the 14 information technology program has appropriate program 15 management and contractor oversight mecha- controls nisms in 16 place, the is compatible with that program and enterprise 17 of the Department of Justice. the architecture SEC. 209. The notification thresholds 18 procedures and 19 forth set section to of this Act shall apply in devi- 505 the amounts designated for specific activities ations from 20 21 in this Act and in the joint explanatory statement accom- and to any use of deobligated balances 22 Act, panying this of funds provided 23 under this title in previous years. Act SEC. 210. None of the funds appropriated by this 24 begin, may be used to plan for, process, continue, finish, 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

263 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 67 1 a public-private competition or approve Office under the Budget A- 7 6 or any suc- Circular and of Management 2 regulation, directive, or policy for cessor 3 administrative performed by 4 of work employees Bureau Prisons the of Prison Industries, Incorporated. Federal of or 5 6 Notwithstanding any other provision of SEC. 211. law, 7 funds shall be available for no the benefits, salary, any United States Attorney assigned dual or expenses 8 of by the Attorney General or additional responsibilities 9 or that States Attorney exempt that United designee his 10 of from residency requirements of section 11 the title 28, 545 States Code. 12 United 13 SEC. 212. At the discretion of the Attorney General, and addition to any amounts that otherwise may be in 14 available) available to be made authorized by law, with 15 (or respect to funds appropriated by this title under the 16 head- 17 "Research, Evaluation and Statistics", "State and ings "Juvenile Local Enforcement Assistance", and 18 Jus- Law 19 tice Programs"- 20 (1) up to 3 percent of funds made available to 21 the of Justice Programs for grant or reim- Office may be used by such Office to 22 programs bursement 23 provide training and technical assistance; and 24 up to 2.5 percent of funds made available (2) 25 for grant or reimbursement programs under such February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

264 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 68 1 for amounts appropriated specifi- headings, except for 2 or statistical programs research, cally evaluation, administered 3 by National Institute of Justice the the Bureau of 4 Statistics, shall be trans- and Justice ferred and merged with funds provided to the Na- 5 to tional 6 of Justice and the Institute of Justice Bureau 7 to be used by them for research, evalua- Statistics, regard to the tion, statistical purposes, without 8 or authorizations for such grant or reimbursement pro- 9 grams. 10 SEC. 213. Upon request by a grantee for whom 11 the 12 Attorney General has determined there is a fiscal hard- 13 ship, the Attorney General may, with respect to funds ap- 14 propriated this or any other Act making appropriations in pro- for 2016 through 2019 for the following years 15 fiscal grams, waive the following requirements: 16 (1) For the adult and 17 offender State juvenile 18 local reentry demonstration projects under part and the FF title I of 19 Omnibus Crime Control and of 20 Safe Streets Act of 1968 (34 U.S.C. 10631 et seq.), 21 the under section 2976(g)(l) of such requirements 22 part U.S.C. 10631(g)(l)). (34 (2) For 23 Tribal, and local reentry courts State, (34 under part FF of title I of such Act of 1968 24 requirements sec- under et seq.), the 25 10631 U.S.C. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

265 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 69 1 and (2) of such part (34 U.S.C. tion 2978(e)(l) 2 and (2)). 10633(e)(l) the prosecution 3 treatment alter- For (3) drug I title of under part CC program to natives prison 4 such Act of 1968 (34 U.S.C. 10581), 5 require- of the ments 6 under the second sentence of section 2901(f) 1058l(f)). U.S.C. part (34 such 7 of SEC. 214. Notwithstanding any other provis10n of 8 II of the Violent title of 20109(a) law, of subtitle A 9 section Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (34 10 U.S.C. shall 11 not apply to amounts made avail- 12109(a)) able any this or 12 other Act. by SEC. 13 None of the funds made available under 215. 14 this Act, other than for the national instant criminal back- 15 ground system established under section 103 of the check Brady Violence Prevention Act (34 U.S.C. 16 Handgun 40901), may be used by a Federal law enforcement officer 17 to the 18 transfer of an operable firearm to an indi- facilitate enforcement vidual the Federal law if officer knows or sus- 19 un- cartel, that the individual is an agent of a drug pects 20 21 less personnel of the United States con- enforcement law or control the firearm at all times. monitor 22 tinuously De- SEC. 216. (a) None of the income retained in the 23 24 of Justice Working Capital Fund pursuant partment to Law 102-140 (105 Stat. 784; 28 U.S.C. Public 25 title I of February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

266 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.:xml SEN. APPRO. 70 1 shall be available for obligation during fiscal 527 note) 2019, year except 2 may up obligated for $12,000,000 to be finan- Justice Department of unified implementation of a 3 4 cial management system. Not to exceed $30,000,000 of the 5 bal- (b) unobligated account to the capital Department of the transferred 6 ances of Justice Working Capital Fund pursuant to 7 I of title 8 Law 102-140 (105 Stat. 784; 28 U.S.C. 527 note) Public and fiscal for obligation in available year 2019, shall 9 be any use, obligation, transfer or allocation of such funds 10 shall treated 11 as a reprogramming of funds under sec- be this of Act. 12 tion 505 (c) Not 13 exceed $10,000,000 of the excess unobli- to 14 gated balances available under section of 524(c)(8)(E) title 28, States Code, shall be available for obliga- 15 United and any use, obligation, during fiscal year 2019, 16 tion transfer or allocation of such 17 shall be treated as a funds 18 of funds under section 505 of this Act. reprogramming SEC. 217. Discretionary funds that are made avail- 19 may Programs in this Act for the Office of Justice able 20 be to participate in Performance Partnership Pilots 21 used authorized 22 section 526 of division H of Public Law under 23 113-76, section 524 of division G of Public Law 113-235, of 24 of division H 525 Public Law 114-113, and section 25 such authorities as are enacted for Performance Partner- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

267 U :\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 71 for Pilots in an appropriations 1 ship fiscal years 2018 Act 2 and 2019. 3 This title may be cited as the "Department of Justice 4 Appropriations Act, 2019". February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

268 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 72 1 TITLE III 2 SCIENCE SCIENCE .AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY OFFICE 3 OF necessary of the Office of Science and For 4 expenses 5 in carrying out the purposes of the Na- Technology Policy, and Technology Policy, Organization, and tional Science 6 Priorities Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6601 et 7 hire of seq.), 8 motor vehicles, and services as authorized by passenger not section title 5, United States Code, of to exceed 9 3109 and representation expenses, reception 10 $2,250 for official Colum- and of conference rooms in the District of rental 11 12 bia, $5,544,000. 13 NATIONAL SPACE COUNCIL 14 For necessary expenses of the National Space Coun- 15 cil, carrying out the purposes of Title V of Public Law in 100-685 Executive Order 13803, hire of passenger 16 and motor vehicles, and services as authorized by section 3109 17 for 18 5, United States Code, not to exceed $2,250 title of 19 official reception and representation expenses, 20 $1,965,000: Provided, That notwithstanding any other accept 21 law, the National Space Council may of provision Federal agencies, departments, 22 personnel support from 23 and offices, and such Federal agencies, departments, and 24 may detail staff without reimbursement to the Na- offices 25 tional Space Council for purposes provided herein. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

269 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 73 1 AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION NATIONAL AERONAUTICS 2 SCIENCE expenses, not otherwise provided for, For 3 necessary research the support of science and and devel- in conduct 4 activities, including 5 development, oper- opment research, ations, and services; maintenance and repair, fa- 6 support, planning and design; space flight, spacecraft control, 7 cility and communications activities; program management; per- 8 9 and related costs, including uniforms or allowances sonnel and therefor, by sections 5901 authorized 5902 of title 10 as 5, United States Code; travel expenses; purchase and 11 hire 12 passenger motor vehicles; and purchase, lease, charter, of maintenance, and operation of mission and administrative 13 14 aircraft, $6,905,700,000, to remain available until Sep- 15 tember 2020: Provided, That, of the amounts pro- 30, vided, is for an orbiter and $195,000,000 16 $545,000,000 is for a lander to meet the science goals for the 17 Jupiter 18 mission as recommended in previous Planetary Europa 19 Decadal surveys: Provided further, rrhat the Na- Science the use shall and Space Administration Aeronautics tional 20 Space Jupi- System as the launch vehicles for the 21 Launch an 22 missions, plan for Europa orbiter launch no later ter 23 than 2023 and a lander launch no later than 2025, and 2020 24 the fiscal year in budget the 5-year funding include 25 profile necessary to achieve these goals. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

270 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 74 AERONAUTICS 1 For necessary not otherwise provided for, 2 expenses, the support of aeronautics research and and conduct 3 in research, development, including development activities, 4 support, and 5 maintenance and repair, operations, services; facility and design; space flight, planning con- 6 spacecraft trol, 7 communications activities; program manage- and 8 ment; and related costs, including uniforms or personnel allowances as authorized by sections 5901 and 9 therefor, 5902 of title 5, United States Code; travel expenses; pur- 10 chase 11 hire of passenger motor vehicles; and purchase, and and operation of mission and lease, charter, maintenance, 12 13 administrative aircraft, $725,000,000, to remain available 14 until 30, 2020. September SPACE TECHNOLOGY 15 necessary not otherwise provided for, 16 expenses, For the 17 and support of space technology research in conduct and 18 activities, including research, develop- development 19 operations, support, ment, services; and and maintenance repair, facility 20 and design; space flight, space- planning 21 craft control, and communications activities; program and related costs, including uni- 22 management; personnel authorized forms allowances therefor, as 23 by sections or 24 5901 and 5902 of title 5, United States Code; travel ex- motor 25 purchase and hire of passenger penses; vehicles; and February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

271 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 75 1 charter, maintenance, and operation of purchase, lease, and aircraft, $926,900,000, to re- administrative mission 2 Provided, That September 30, 2020: 3 main available until shall $180,000,000 for RESTORE-L. 4 be EXPLORATION 5 6 For expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary in the conduct and support of exploration research and 7 development activities, research, development, 8 including support, repair, services; maintenance and operations, 9 and facility and design; space flight, spacecraft con- 10 planning trol, 11 communications activities; program manage- and 12 personnel and related costs, including uniforms or ment; allowances therefor, as authorized by sections 5901 and 13 14 5902 of title 5, United States Code; travel expenses; pur- 15 chase hire of passenger motor vehicles; and purchase, and lease, charter, and operation of mission and 16 maintenance, aircraft, $5,050,800,000, to remain avail- 17 administrative able until September 30, 2020: Provided, 18 not less That 19 $1,350,000,000 shall be for the Orion Multi-Purpose than Provided further, That not less than Crew Vehicle: 20 21 $2,150,000,000 shall be for the Space Launch System 22 vehicle, which shall have a lift capability launch (SLS) not less than 130 metric tons and which shall have core ele- 23 and an Exploration Upper Stage developed simulta- ments 24 25 neously: Provided further, rrhat of the amounts provided February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

272 SEN. APPRO. U: \2019CO NF\DivC-CJS.xml 76 1 not less than $150,000,000 shall be for Explo- for SLS, 2 Upper development: Provided further, That ration Stage shall be for Exploration Ground Systems, 3 $592,800,000 $48,000,000 for a second mobile launch plat- 4 including form 5 associated SLS activities: Provided further, That and the National Aeronautics and 6 Administration Space 7 shall provide to (NASA) Committees on the Appropria- of tions 8 of Representatives the the Senate, con- House and current with the annual budget submission, budg- a 5-year 9 Space et for an integrated system that includes 10 profile the 11 Launch System, the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, 12 and associated ground systems that will ensure an Explo- 13 ration crewed launch as early as possible, as Mission-2 well a system-based funding profile for a sustained 14 as launch cadence beyond the initial crewed test launch: Pro- 15 vided That 16 $958,000,000 shall be for exploration further, research development. 17 and SPACE OPE&~TIONS 18 19 necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, For 20 in the and support of space operations research conduct and including activities, 21 research, develop- development and services; space flight, space- ment, 22 support operations, 23 craft control and communications activities, including op- and services; maintenance and re- 24 production, erations, 25 pair, facility planning and design; program management; February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

273 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 77 1 related costs, including uniforms or allow- personnel and therefor, authorized by sections 5901 and 5902 ances as 2 title 5, United States Code; 3 expenses; purchase of travel and of passenger motor hire and purchase, lease, vehicles; 4 charter, maintenance and operation of mission and 5 admin- 6 aircraft, $4,639,100,000, to remain available istrative until September 7 30, 2020. 8 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND ENGINEERING, 9 MATHEM.A.TICS ENGAGEMENT For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided 10 for, 11 the conduct and support of aerospace and in aeronautical 12 education research and development activities, including 13 research, development, operations, support, and services; 14 program personnel and related costs, includ- management; ing or allowances therefor, as authorized by sec- 15 uniforms tions 5901 and 5902 of title 5, United States 16 travel Code; 17 purchase and hire of passenger motor vehicles; expenses; and purchase, lease, charter, maintenance, and operation 18 19 of mission and administrative aircraft, $110,000,000, to 20 remain until September 30, 2020, of which available 21 shall be for the Established Program to $21,000,000 22 Stimulate Competitive Research and $44,000,000 shall be Fellowship 23 the National Space Grant College and for Pro- 24 gram. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

274 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 78 1 A.ND MISSION SERVICES SAFETY, SECURITY necessary not otherwise provided for, 2 For expenses, the conduct and support of science, aeronautics, space in 3 technology, 4 operations and education space exploration, and including research research, 5 development activities, development, support, and services; mainte- 6 operations, design; and repair, facility planning space and nance 7 and communications activities; flight, spacecraft 8 control, program personnel and related costs, includ- 9 management; ing uniforms or allowances therefor, as authorized by 10 sec- 11 5901 and 5902 of title 5, United States Code; tions travel and hire of passenger motor vehicles; 12 expenses; purchase 13 not to exceed $63,000 for official reception and represen- 14 tation and purchase, lease, charter, mainte- expenses; administrative nance, of mission and operation air- 15 and craft, 16 to remain available until Sep- $2,755,000,000, tember 30, 2020. 17 CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT.AL COMPLLlliCE AND 18 AND RESTORATION 19 20 necessary expenses for construction of facilities For 21 including repair, rehabilitation, revitalization, and modi- and ad- 22 construction of new facilities fication facilities, of 23 to existing facilities, facility planning and design, ditions 24 and restoration, and acquisition or condemnation of real environmental 25 as authorized by law, and property, compli- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

275 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 79 1 restoration, $348,200,000, to remain available ance and 2024: Provided, That proceeds from 30, September until 2 deposited into this account shall be available for a 3 leases the extent and in amounts as provided period to of 5 years 4 annual appropriations Acts: Provided further, That such in 5 proceeds 6 to in the preceding proviso shall be avail- referred year 2019 in an amount not for obligation for fiscal 7 able $17,000,000: Provided further, That each an- to 8 exceed of estimate annual an include 9 request budget nual shall proposed and funds collections and all use of receipts 10 gross 11 collected pursuant to section 20145 of title 51, United 12 States Code. OFFICE OF GENERAL 13 INSPECTOR necessary expenses For the Office of Inspector 14 of General in carrying out the Inspector General Act of 15 1978, 16 of which $500,000 shall remain available $39,300,000, until 30, 17 2020. September ~IDJ\IINISTRA.TIVE 18 PROVISIONS 19 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 20 Funds for any announced prize otherwise authorized 21 shall available, without fiscal year limitation, until remain a prize or 22 is claimed offer is withdrawn. the Not 23 exceed 5 percent of any appropriation made to 24 available for the current fiscal year for the National Aero- Act 25 and Space Administration in this nautics may be February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

276 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 80 1 such appropriations, but no such ap- transferred between except 2 propriation, provided, as specifically otherwise shall by more than trans- percent by any such 10 increased be 3 Balances so transferred shall be 4 with and fers. merged available the same purposes and the same time period for 5 the appropriations to which transferred. Any transfer as 6 pursuant 7 this provision shall be treated as a reprogram- to under section 505 of this Act and shall not 8 of funds ming be for obligation except in compliance with the 9 available procedures set forth in that section. 10 The plan 11 required by this Act shall be pro- spending theme, 12 NASA at the by program, project and activ- vided 13 ity level. The spending plan, as well as any subsequent 14 change amount established in that spending plan of an meets section notification requirements of that 505 of 15 the this shall be treated as a reprogramming under sec- 16 Act, tion 505 of this Act and shall not be available for obliga- 17 tion expenditure except in compliance with the proce- or 18 dures set forth in that section. 19 the "Education" account, balances of 20 The unexpired in 21 funds are provided for which this Act, may activities for be transferred to the "Science, Technology, Engineering, 22 and Engagement" account established in 23 Mathematics the transferred shall be merged with so Balances 24 this Act. shall 25 in the newly established account, but funds be avail- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

277 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 81 and same terms, conditions the period of time under 1 able previously 2 appropriated. as made than percent of Not amounts 50 avail- more the 3 able 4 Act for the Lunar in Platform; Advanced this Orbital Cislunar 5 Capabilities; LEO De- Surface and Commercial and Lunar Discovery and Exploration, exclud- 6 velopment; ing the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, may be obligated 7 the Administrator submits a multi-year plan to the 8 until Committees Appropriations of the House of Represent- on 9 by and the Senate that identifies estimated dates, atives 10 fiscal year, for Space Launch System flights to 11 the build 12 Lunar Orbital Platform; the commencement of partner- 13 ships with commercial entities for additional LEO mis- 14 sions land to and rovers the Moon; and con- humans on ducting scientific activities on the Moon. The 15 additional multi-year plan shall include key milestones to 16 met by be 17 year to achieve goals for each of the lunar fiscal programs 18 described in the previous sentence and funding required 19 by fiscal year to achieve such milestones. 20 NATIONAL FOUNDATION SCIENCE RESEARCH RELATED ACTIVITIES 21 AND For necessary 22 in carrying out the National expenses 23 Science Foundation Act of 1950 (42 U.S.C. 1861 et seq.), U.S.C. and Law 86-209 ( 42 Public 1880 et seq.); services 24 States as authorized by section 3109 of title 5, United 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

278 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 82 1 and operation of aircraft and purchase Code; maintenance flight for research support; acquisition of air- 2 services of and authorized travel; $6,520,000,000, to remain craft; 3 4 September 30, 2020, of which not to exceed available until shall remain available until expended for $544,000,000 5 polar research and operations support, 6 for reimburse- and to other Federal agencies for operational and science ment 7 logistical and other related activities for the and support 8 United States Antarctic program: Provided, That receipts 9 10 for support services and materials furnished by scientific 11 National Research Centers and other National Science the 12 Foundation supported research facilities may be credited 13 to appropriation. this MAJOR RESEARCH AND FACILITIES 14 EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION 15 16 For expenses for the acquisition, construc- necessary tion, commissioning, and upgrading of major 17 research 18 facilities, and other such capital assets pursu- equipment, Foundation 19 the National Science to Act of 1950 ( 42 ant 20 U.S.C. 1861 et seq.), including authorized travel, 21 $295,740,000, available until expended. to remain 22 AND HUMAN RESOURCES EDUCATION For necessary expenses in carrying out science, math- 23 and engineering education and human resources 24 ematics National 25 and activities pursuant to the programs Science February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

279 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 83 1 of 1950 (42 U.S.C. 1861 et seq.), includ- Foundation Act title services by section 3109 of authorized 5, ing as 2 United 3 authorized travel, and rental of con- States Code, rooms 4 ference District of Columbia, $910,000,000, in the until September 30, 2020. to remain 5 available OPERA.TIONS AND AW.ARD MANAGEMENT 6 AGENCY For agency 7 and award management nec- operations in carrying out the National Science Foundation 8 essary et Act (42 U.S.C. 1861 1950 seq.); services authorized 9 of by section 3109 of title 5, United States Code; hire pas- of 10 senger motor uniforms or allowances therefor, as 11 vehicles; by United sections 5901 and 5902 of title 5, 12 authorized 13 States Code; rental of conference rooms in the District of of the Department of and reimbursement 14 Columbia; Security services; security guard Homeland 15 for $329,540,000: 16 Provided, not to exceed $8,280 is for That official reception and representation expenses: Provided 17 further, contracts may be entered into under this That 18 heading in fiscal year 2019 for maintenance and operation 19 and for other services to be provided during facilities 20 of 21 the fiscal year. next OFFICE BOARD THE NATIONAL SCIENCE OF 22 23 necessary expenses (including payment of sala- For 24 ries, authorized travel, hire of passenger motor vehicles, 25 District rental of conference rooms in the the of Columbia, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

280 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 84 1 employment of experts and consultants under sec- and the involved 3109 5, United States Code) title in car- of 2 tion out section 4 of the National Science Foundation rying 3 4 1950 (42 U.S.C. 1863) and Public Law 86-209 Act of U.S.C. 1880 et seq.), $4,370,000: Provided, That not (42 5 to 6 $2,500 shall be available for official reception exceed representation expenses. and 7 OFFICE 8 GENERAL OF INSPECTOR necessary expenses For the Office of Inspector 9 of the as authorized by of Inspector General Act General 10 1978, avail- of which $400,000 shall remain 11 $15,350,000, 12 until September able 30, 2020. 13 ADl\IINISTR.A._TIVE PROVISIONS 14 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 15 Not exceed 5 percent of any appropriation made to the current fiscal year for the National available 16 for Science Foundation in this Act may be transferred be- 17 18 tween appropriations, but no such appropriation shall such percent be by more than 10 19 by any such trans- increased 20 fers. Any transfer pursuant to this paragraph shall be 21 treated a reprogramming of funds under section 505 as be of Act and shall not 22 available for obligation except this 23 in compliance with the procedures set forth in that section. 24 Director of the National Science Foundation The 25 (NSF) shall notify the Committees on Appropriations of February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

281 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 85 Senate of Representatives and the House at least 30 1 the days in 2 of any planned divestment through trans- advance 3 fer, decommissioning, termination, or deconstruction of (in- assets capital NSF or any facilities NSF-owned 4 any valued and greater equipment) 5 land, structures, eluding 6 than $2,500,000. 7 This title may be cited as the '' Science Appropria- 8 tions Act, 2019". February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

282 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 86 1 TITLE IV AGENCIES 2 RELATED CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION ON 3 4 AND EXPENSES SALARIES necessary expenses of the Commission on Civil 5 For including 6 of passenger motor vehicles, Rights, hire $10,065,000: 7 That none of the funds appro- Provided, any employ to paragraph may be used indi- this priated 8 in under C of subpart C of part 213 of title Schedule 9 viduals exclusive 5 of of Federal Regulations Code of one spe- 10 the cial assistant for 11 Commissioner: Provided further, each 12 none of the funds appropriated in this paragraph That shall be used to reimburse Commissioners for more than 13 14 7 5 billable days, with the exception of the chairperson, 15 who permitted 125 billable days: Provided further, That is this none funds appropriated in the paragraph shall be 16 of used for any activity or expense that is 17 explicitly au- not 18 by section 3 of the Civil Rights thorized Act Commission 19 of 1983 ( 42 U.S.C. 1975a). 20 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 21 SALARIES .AND EXPENSES necessary expenses For the Equal Employment 22 of Opportunity Commission as authorized by title VII of the 23 in Em- Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination 24 Civil Act 25 Act of 1967, the Equal Pay ployment of 1963, the February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

283 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 87 1 Disabilities Act of 1990, section 501 of Americans with Rights Rehabilitation 1973, the Civil of Act of the 2 Act the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act 3 1991, 110-233), the ADA Amend- of (Public Law 2008 4 (GINA) 110-325), Law and the Lilly of 2008 (Public ments 5 Act 111-2), Fair Pay Act of in- (Public Law 2009 Ledbetter 6 eluding as 7 services authorized 3109 title 5, section by of States Code; hire of passenger motor vehicles as United 8 States by section 1343(b) 9 title 31, United authorized of 10 nonmonetary awards to private citizens; and up to Code; $29,500,000 for payments to State and local enforcement 11 12 agencies for authorized services to the Commission, 13 $379,500,000: That the Commission is author- Provided, ized to available for official reception 14 make represen- and $2,250 not to exceed tation from available funds: 15 expenses 16 further, the Provided Commission may take no action That to repositioning, any workforce 17 restructuring, implement or 18 until such time as the Committees on reorganization 19 Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the 20 Senate been notified of such proposals, in accordance have 505 with reprogramming requirements of section 21 of the 22 this Act: Provided further, That the Chair is authorized out 23 accept and use any gift or donation to carry to the of the Commission. 24 work February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

284 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 88 1 COl\IMISSION INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND 2 EXPENSES SALARIES expenses the International Trade 3 of necessary For 4 of passenger motor vehicles Commission, including hire services 5 authorized by section 3109 of title 5, and as United Code, and not to States $2,250 for official 6 exceed reception and representation expenses, $95,000,000, to re- 7 main 8 until expended. available LEG.AL SERVICES 9 CORPORATION TO LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION PAYMENT THE 10 payment 11 the Legal Services Corporation to For to carry out the purposes 12 the Legal Services Corporation of 13 of 197 4, $415,000,000, of which $380,500,000 is Act for 14 basic field programs and required independent audits; 15 $5,100,000 is for the Office of Inspector General, of which 16 such amounts may be may be used to conduct as necessary audits of recipients; $19,400,000 is for manage- 17 additional ment and grants oversight; $4,000,000 is 18 client self- for 19 and information technology; $4,500,000 is for a Pro help Bono Innovation Fund; and $1,500,000 is for loan repay- 20 21 ment assistance: Provided, That the Legal Services Cor- 22 poration continue provide locality pay to officers may to and employees 23 a rate no greater than that provided by at 24 the Federal Government to Washington, DC-based em- title 25 as authorized by section 5304 of ployees 5, United February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

285 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 89 1 notwithstanding section 1005(d) of the Legal States Code, Provided Corporation (42 U.S.C. 2996d(d)): Services 2 Act That the authorities provided in section 205 of 3 further, Act shall be applicable to the Legal Services Corpora- 4 this Provided further, That, for the purposes of section 5 tion: 505 of this Act, the 6 Services Corporation shall be Legal an agency of the United States Government. 7 considered ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 8 PROVISION-LEGAL 9 CORPORATION None of the funds appropriated in this Act to the 10 Legal Corporation 11 shall be expended for any pur- Services contrary pose or limited by, or 12 to any of the prohibited 13 provisions of, sections 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, and 506 14 of Law 105-119, and all funds appropriated in this Public shall Act Legal Services Corporation the be subject to 15 to forth such terms and conditions set sections, in same the 16 502 except all references 17 sections that and 503 to 1997 in 18 and 1998 shall be deemed to refer instead to 2018 and 19 2019, respectively. MARINE COMl\IISSION 20 MAMMAL 21 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 22 necessary expenses of the Marine Mammal Com- For 23 mission as authorized by title II of the Marine Mammal et seq.), Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C. 1361 Protection 24 25 $3,516,000. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

286 U: \2019CO SEN. APPRO. NF\DivC-CJS.xrnl 90 1 THE UNITED STATES TRADE OFFICE OF REPRESENTATIVE 2 3 AND EXPENSES SALARIES necessary expenses of the Office of 4 United For the States Trade Representative, including the hire of pas- 5 the of employment and and experts vehicles senger 6 motor consultants authorized by section 3109 of title 5, 7 as United States Code, $53,000,000, of which $1,000,000 8 9 shall available until expended: Provided, That of remain total amount made available under this heading, not the 10 11 to exceed $124,000 shall be available for official reception and expenses. representation 12 ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND 13 TRADE 14 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For activities of the United States Trade Representa- 15 611 of the Trade Facilitation 16 section tive by authorized 17 Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 (19 U.S.C. 4405), and 18 including transfers, $15,000,000, to be derived from the 19 Enforcement Trust Fund: Provided, That any Trade 20 transfer pursuant to subsection (d)(l) of such section shall of 21 treated as a reprogramming under section 505 be this 22 Act. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

287 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 91 1 INSTITUTE JUSTICE STATE 2 SALARIES AND EXPENSES necessary expenses of the State Justice Institute, 3 For the State Justice Institute Act of 1984 authorized 4 as by 5 42 U.S.C. 10701 et ( $5,971,000, of which $500,000 seq.) 6 shall remain available until September 30, 2020: Provided, official 7 to exceed $2,250 shall be available for not That and representation expenses: Provided further, 8 reception 9 That, for the purposes of section 505 of this Act, the State the 10 Institute shall be considered an agency of Justice 11 United States Government. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

288 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 92 TITLE V 1 2 PROVISIONS GENERAL RESCISSIONS) (INCLUDING 3 OF 4 FUNDS) (INCLUDING TRANSFER No part 501. any appropriation contained in SEC. 5 of 6 shall be used for publicity or propaganda purposes this Act not authorized by 7 the Congress. SEC. 502. No part of any appropriation contained in 8 9 this shall remain available for obligation beyond the Act current year unless expressly so provided herein. 10 fiscal SEC. 503. The expenditure of any appropriation 11 under Act 12 for any consulting service through procure- this 3109 13 pursuant to section contract, of title 5, United ment 14 States Code, shall be limited to those contracts where such 15 expenditures a matter of public record and available are for inspection, except where otherwise provided 16 public under existing law, or under existing Executive order 17 18 issued to existing law. pursuant this SEC. If 19 provision of 504. Act or the applica- any 20 tion of such provision to any person or circumstances shall 21 be invalid, the remainder of the Act and the applica- held tion 22 of each provision to persons or circumstances other 23 than those as to which it is held invalid shall not be af- 24 fected thereby. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

289 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 93 1 None of the funds provided under this Act, SEC. 505. provided or 2 previous appropriations Acts to the under funded by this Act that remain available for obli- 3 agencies year 2019, or provided from or fiscal expenditure in 4 gation the any the Treasury of in United States derived accounts 5 funded the collection of fees available to the agencies by 6 this Act, shall be by for obligation or expenditure available 7 or ini- through that: (1) creates a reprogramming funds 8 of a new program, project or activity; (2) eliminates 9 tiates a program, project or activity; (3) increases funds 10 per- or 11 by any means for any project or activity for which sonnel restricted; funds been denied or have ( 4) relocates an of- 12 13 fice or employees; (5) reorganizes or renames offices, pro- 14 grams activities; (6) contracts out or privatizes any or functions or presently performed by Federal em- 15 activities ployees; augments existing programs, projects or ac- 16 (7) tivities in excess of $500,000 or 10 17 whichever is percent, 18 or reduces by 10 percent funding for any program, less, project or activity, or numbers of personnel by 10 percent; 19 20 or (8) results from any general including savings savings, from in reduction in personnel, which would result 21 a a change in existing programs, projects or activities as ap- 22 23 proved by Congress; unless the House and Senate Com- in advance 24 on Appropriations are notified 15 days mittees 25 of such reprogramming of funds. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

290 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 94 1 (a) If it has been finally determined by SEC. 506. or Federal that any person intentionally 2 a agency court bearing a "Made a label 3 affixed inscription, in America" any the with or same meaning, to any product 4 inscription States in shipped to the United sold that is not made 5 or in the United States, the 6 shall be ineligible to re- person 7 any contract or subcontract made with funds made ceive available this Act, pursuant to the debarment, suspen- 8 in sion, and ineligibility procedures described in sections 9 9.400 9.409 10 of title 48, Code of Federal Regula- through 11 tions. (b)(l) To the extent 12 with respect to au- practicable, 13 thorized purchases of promotional items, funds made 14 available this Act shall be used to purchase items that by are produced, or assembled in the United 15 manufactured, States, its territories or possessions. 16 (2) "promotional term 17 items" has the meaning The A-87, given 18 in 0MB Circular the Attachment B, term 19 Item (l)(f)(3). 20 SEC. 507. (a) The Departments of Commerce and 21 Justice, National Science Foundation, and the Na- the and Space Administration shall provide tional Aeronautics 22 23 to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Rep- 24 resentatives and the Senate a quarterly report on the sta- For tus of balances of appropriations at the account level. 25 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

291 U :\2019CO NF\DivC-CJS.xml APPRO. SEN. 95 uncommitted balances unobligated, com- 1 unobligated, and the reports shall separately balances mitted quarterly 2 identify 3 to each source year of amounts the attributable derived. the For balances were from which 4 appropriation that obligated, but unexpended, the quarterly balances are 5 shall 6 identify amounts by the year of reports separately obligation. 7 (b) The report 8 in subsection (a) shall be described 9 within 3 0 days of the end of each quarter. submitted unable ( a department or agency is If to fulfill any 10 c) aspect of a reporting requirement described in subsection 11 (a) due to a limitation of a current accounting system, 12 fulfill 13 department or agency shall the such aspect to the · 14 maximum extent practicable under such accounting sys- 15 tern shall identify and describe in each quarterly re- and 16 aspect to which such extent is not fulfilled. port the SEC. 508. Any costs incurred by a department or 17 agency funded under this Act resulting from, or to pre- 18 to vent, actions taken in response 19 funding re- personnel 20 ductions included in this Act shall be absorbed within the 21 total resources available to such department or budgetary 22 agency: Provided, That the authority to transfer funds be- 23 tween appropriations accounts as may be necessary to addition this section is provided in out to authorities carry 24 Provided further, That use this Act: 25 included elsewhere in February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

292 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 96 1 to carry out this section shall be treated as a of funds of funds 2 reprogramming of under Act and 505 section this not be available for obligation or expenditure except 3 shall the procedures set forth in that section: compliance in 4 with further, That for the Department of Commerce, 5 Provided this section shall also apply to actions taken for 6 care the 7 protection of collateral or grant property. and loan provided 509. of the funds SEC. by this Act 8 None shall be available to promote the sale or export of tobacco 9 the reduction or removal or seek 10 products, or to tobacco by of foreign country 11 restrictions on the marketing any or tobacco products, except for restrictions of tobacco 12 13 which are not applied equally to all tobacco or tobacco same type. the 14 of products 510. any other provis10n of SEC. Notwithstanding 15 amounts 16 or available in the Fund estab- law, deposited lished by section 1402 of chapter XIV of title II of Public 17 fiscal Law U.S.C. 20101) in any (34 year in ex- 98-473 18 cess of $3,353,000,000 shall not be available for obligation 19 the following fiscal year: Provided, That notwith- until 20 21 standing 1402(d) of such Act, of the amounts section available from the 22 Fund for obligation: (1) $10,000,000 23 shall remain available until expended to the Department 24 Justice Office of Inspector General for oversight and of 25 auditing purposes; and (2) 5 percent shall be available to February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

293 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 97 1 for Victims of Crime for grants, consistent with the Office Act, requirements Victims of Crime the to Indian the of 2 to improve services for victims of crime. 3 tribes 511. of SEC. the funds made available to the 4 None be Department in this Act may Justice used to discrimi- 5 of nate against or denigrate 6 religious or moral beliefs of the 7 who participate in programs for which financial students or assistance from those funds, provided of the parents 8 is or legal guardians of such students. 9 SEC. of None 10 the funds made available in this 512. agency, Act be transferred to any department, 11 or in- may 12 strumentality of the United States Government, except 13 pursuant a transfer made by, or transfer authority pro- to vided this Act or any other appropriations Act. 14 in, SEC. 513. (a) The Inspectors General of the Depart- 15 ment the Commerce, 16 Department of Justice, the Na- of tional Space and 17 Administration, the Na- Aeronautics 18 Science Foundation, and the Legal Services Cor- tional 19 poration shall conduct audits, pursuant to the Inspector grants or contracts for 20 of General (5 U.S.C. App.), Act this 21 are appropriated by funds Act, and shall submit which which audits, such of progress the on Congress reports 22 to may include 23 findings and a description of preliminary 24 areas of initi- particular within 180 days after interest, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

294 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 98 1 an audit and every 180 days thereafter until ating such such is completed. 2 audit any audit an which after the date on days Within (b) 60 3 in subsection (a) by an Inspector 4 is described General completed, the Secretary, Attorney General, Adminis- 5 trator, Director, or President, as appropriate, shall make 6 7 the of the audit available to the public on the Inter- results net maintained by the Department, Administra- 8 website tion, Foundation, or Corporation, respectively. The results 9 shall redacted made available in 10 form to exclude- be (1) described matter 11 in section 552(b) of any title 5, United States Code; and 12 13 (2) sensitive personal information for any indi- access to which could be used to the public 14 vidual, or commit or for other inappropriate theft 15 identity unlawful purposes. 16 ( c) Any person awarded a grant or contract funded 17 by appropriated by this Act shall submit a state- amounts 18 ment to the Secretary of Commerce, the Attorney General, 19 the Administrator, Director, or President, as appropriate, 20 21 certifying no funds derived from the grant or contract that a 22 made available through be subcontract or will in any 23 other manner to another person who has a financial inter- grant the person awarded the or contract. est 24 in February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

295 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 99 1 The provis10ns of the preceding subsections of ( d) the effect 30 days after take date on section 2 shall this the Director of the Office of Management and which 3 4 consultation with the Director of the Office of Budget, in Ethics, determines that a uniform set of rules Government 5 and requirements, substantially similar to the require- 6 in such subsections, consistently apply under the ments 7 executive branch program to all Federal depart- ethics 8 agencies, and entities. ments, 9 SEC. 514. (a) None 10 the funds appropriated or oth- of 11 made available under this erwise may be used by the Act 12 Departments of Commerce and Justice, the National Aer- 13 onautics Space Administration, or the National and Science Foundation acquire a high-impact or moderate- 14 to impact system, as defined for security cat- 15 information egorization in the 16 Institute of Standards and National 17 (NIST) Federal Information Processing 'I1echnology's 18 Publication 199, "Standards for Security Cat- Standard 19 egorization of Federal Information and Information Sys- 20 terns" unless agency the has- ( 1) reviewed the 21 chain risk for the infor- supply NIST by systems criteria developed mation 22 against 23 and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to and 24 acquisition decisions for high-impact inform February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

296 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 100 1 systems within the moderate-impact information Government; Federal 2 the supply chain risk from the pre- (2) reviewed 3 and relevant available awardee sumptive 4 against other information by the threat and provided 5 FBI appropriate agencies; and 6 (3) in consultation with the FBI 7 other ap- or Federal entity, conducted an assessment of 8 propriate any of cyber-espionage or sabotage associated 9 risk with the acquisition of such system, including any 10 11 risk with such system being produced, associated or more entities 12 or assembled by one manufactured, 13 identified by the United States Government as pos- ing cyber threat, including but not limited to, a 14 those may be owned, directed, or subsidized by 15 that the People's Republic of China, the 16 Republic Islamic 17 Iran, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, of 18 or the Russian Federation. 19 (b) None of the funds appropriated or otherwise acquire under this Act may be used to a available 20 made 21 high-impact or moderate-impact information system re- head the and assessed under subsection (a) unless viewed 22 has- (a) the assessing entity described in subsection of 23 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

297 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 101 1 in consultation with NIST, the (1) developed, and 2 risk management experts, a supply FBI, chain strategy any identified risks; for mitigation 3 4 (2) determined, with NIST and in consultation FBI, 5 the acquisition of such system 1s m the that national interest of the United States; and 6 the (3) reported that determination to 7 Commit- the 8 on Appropriations of the House of Representa- tees Inspector tives Senate and the agency the Gen- 9 and eral. 10 SEC. 515. None of the funds made available in this 11 12 Act be used in any way whatsoever to support or shall any 13 use of torture by the official or contract em- justify 14 ployee of the United States Government. 15 SEC. (a) Notwithstanding any other proV1s10n 516. funds of treaty, none of the or appropriated or other- 16 law wise made available under this Act or any other 17 may Act 18 expended or obligated by a department, agency, or in- be strumentality of the United States to pay administrative 19 the of employee or officer an compensate to expenses 20 or United li- in connection with requiring an export 21 States Canada the export to of components, parts, ac- 22 for cense Category in listed attachments for firearms or cessories 23 I, section 121.1 24 title 22, Code of of Federal Regulations 25 Trafficking (International in Arms Regulations (ITAR), February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

298 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xrnl 102 1 as it existed on April 1, 2005) with a total value part 121, exceeding wholesale in any transaction, provided not $500 2 the conditions of subsection (b) 3 this section are that of met by the exporting party for such articles. 4 (b) The foregoing 5 from obtaining an ex- exemption 6 license- port ( 1) not exempt an exporter from filing any does 7 Export Declaration or notification letter Shipper's 8 required 9 law, or from being otherwise eligible by 10 the laws of the under States to possess, ship, United 11 transport, or export the articles enumerated in sub- 12 section and (a); (2) does permit the export without a license 13 not of- 14 (A) fully automatic firearms and compo- 15 nents and parts for 16 firearms, other than such 17 end use by the Federal Government, or for a 18 Provincial or Municipal Government of Canada; 19 (B) barrels, cylinders, receivers (frames) or 20 complete mechanisms for any firearm breech than listed 21 I, other in for end use by Category Mu- the Federal Government, or a Provincial or 22 nicipal Government of Canada; or 23 24 (C) articles for export from Canada to an- 25 other foreign destination. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

299 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 103 1 accordance with this section, the District Di- (c) In of and postmasters shall permit the per- 2 rectors Customs or temporary export without a license of any un- manent 3 classified 4 in subsection (a) to specified articles for Canada the Canada or return to end use United States, or tem- 5 in porary import of Canadian-origin items for Canada from 6 end use 7 United or return to Canada for a in States the citizen. 8 Canadian d) The President may require export licenses under ( 9 this 10 on a temporary basis if the President deter- section 11 upon publication first in the Federal Register, that mines, the Government of Canada has implemented or main- 12 13 tained inadequate import controls for the articles specified in (a), such that a significant diversion of such subsection 14 for articles continues to take place and use in inter- has 15 an- in a conflict of the escalation in terrorism national 16 or other nation. The President shall terminate the require- 17 temporary 18 a license when reasons for the of require- ments 19 ments have ceased. of SEC. 51 7. Notwithstanding any other provis10n 20 21 no department, agency, or instrumentality of the law, United States receiving appropriated funds under this Act 22 23 or any other Act shall obligate or expend in any way such 24 to funds pay administrative expenses or the compensation 25 of any officer or employee of the United States to deny February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

300 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 104 1 submitted pursuant to 22 U.S.C. any application and pursuant to 27 CFR section qualified 2778(b)(l)(B) 2 or .113, for a permit to import United States ori- 78.112 3 4 4 or relics" firearms, "curios gin ammunition. or parts, 518. None of the SEC. made available in this funds 5 or may be used to include in any multi- bilateral new Act 6 lateral 7 the text of- trade agreement paragraph of of article 16.7 (1) the United 2 8 Free Trade Agreement; States-Singapore 9 10 (2) 4 of paragraph 17.9 of the United article 11 Free Trade Agreement; or States-Australia the article 4 of United 15.9 of paragraph 12 (3) 13 States-Morocco Free Trade Agreement. this SEC. 519. None of the funds made available in 14 15 may be used to authorize or issue a national security Act letter in 16 contravention of any following laws author- of the izing the Federal Bureau of Investigation to issue national 17 18 security The Right to Financial Privacy Act of letters: Act 19 Electronic Communications Privacy The of 1978; 20 1986; The Fair Credit Reporting Act; The National Secu- 21 rity of 1947; USA PATRIOT Act; USA FREEDOM Act laws 22 2015; and the of amended by these Acts. Act 23 SEC. 520. If at any time during any quarter, the pro- manager of a project within the jurisdiction of the gram 24 25 Departments of Commerce or Justice, the National Aero- February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

301 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 105 1 Space Administration, or the National Science nautics and totaling than $75,000,000 has reason- more Foundation 2 in- has cost that the total program believe cause 3 able to by 10 percent or more, the program manager shall 4 creased 5 immediately inform the respective Secretary, Adminis- trator, or Director. The Secretary, Administrator, or Di- 6 the House and Senate Committees on rector shall 7 notify Appropriations 30 days in writing of such increase, 8 within and shall include in such notice: such date on which the 9 determination made; a statement of the reasons for 10 was 11 increases; the action taken and proposed to be taken such 12 to control future cost growth of the project; changes made 13 in performance or schedule milestones and the degree the to which changes have contributed to the increase 14 such in program costs or procurement costs; new esti- 15 total mates of the total 16 or procurement costs; and a project 17 validating that the project's management struc- statement 18 is adequate to control total project or procurement ture 19 costs. 20 SEC. Funds appropriated by this Act, or made 521. in available the transfer of funds 21 this Act, for intel- by be to deemed are related or ligence 22 intelligence activities specifically authorized by the Congress for purposes of sec- 23 of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 24 tion 504 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

302 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 106 1 fiscal year 2019 until the enactment of the 3094) during Authorization for fiscal year 2019. Intelligence 2 Act 3 None of the funds appropriated or other- SEC. 522. this by Act may be used to enter into wise made 4 available than contract an amount greater in $5,000,000 or to 5 a award a grant in 6 of such amount unless the pro- excess in writing to the certifies 7 contractor or grantee spective that, agency contract or grant the to the best 8 awarding of its knowledge and belief, the contractor or grantee 9 has 10 all Federal tax returns required during the three filed years preceding the certification, has not been convicted 11 12 of a criminal offense under the Internal Revenue Code of 13 1986, has not, more than 90 days prior to certifi- and cation, notified of any unpaid Federal tax assessment 14 been for which the liability remains unsatisfied, unless the as- 15 16 sessment the subject of an installment agreement or is been 17 compromise that has in approved by the Inter- offer 18 nal Revenue Service and is not in default, or the assess- administrative 19 the subject of a non-frivolous is or ment 20 judicial proceeding. 21 (RESCISSIONS) 22 SEC. 523. (a) Of the unobligated balances from prior 23 appropriations available to the Department of Com- year later not the following funds are hereby rescinded, merce, 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

303 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 107 1 30, 2019, from the following accounts in than September specified the 2 amounts- 3 (1) "Economic Development Administration, Development Assistance 4 Economic Programs'', $10,000,000; 5 and "National Institute (2) Standards and Tech- 6 of nology, Industrial Technology Services", 7 $2,000,000. the De- the unobligated balances available to 8 Of (b) 9 partment Justice, the following funds are hereby re- of fol- scinded, later than 10 30, 2019, from the not September 11 lowing accounts in the specified amounts- 12 (1) "Working Capital Fund", $151,000,000; 13 (2) Bureau of Investigation, Salaries "Federal and $124,326,000 including from, but 14 Expenses", not limited to, fees collected to defray expenses for 15 the 16 of fingerprint identification and automation criminal 17 information services and associated justice 18 costs; 19 (3) "State and Local Law Enforcement Activi- 20 ties, on Violence Against Women, Violence Office Against 21 Prevention and Prosecution Pro- Women 22 grams", $10,000,000; 23 ( 4) "State and Local Law Enforcement Activi- $70,000,000; Programs", Office of Justice 24 ties, February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

304 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 108 (5) Local Enforcement "State and Activi- Law 1 Policing ties, Community Oriented 2 Services'' ' and $16,500,000; 3 ( 6) "Legal Activities, Assets Forfeiture Fund", 4 $674,000,000, is permanently rescinded. 5 (c) The Departments of Commerce and Justice shall 6 submit to the Committees 7 Appropriations of the House on 8 Representatives and the Senate a report no later than of September 2019, specifying the amount of each rescis- 9 1, sion made pursuant to 10 (a) and (b). subsections 11 The amounts rescinded (d) subsections (a) and (b) in 12 shall not be from amounts that were designated by the 13 Congress an emergency or disaster relief requirement as pursuant the concurrent resolution on the budget or 14 to the Balanced Budget and Emergency 15 Control Act Deficit 16 1985. of SEC. 524. 17 Any unobligated balances identified in (a) 18 the following Treasury Appropriation Fund Symbols are 19 hereby cancelled: 80X0114; 80X0111; permanently 80X0112. and 20 80X0110; (b) 21 enactment of this Act: Upon 22 (1) obligated balances in 80X0114 shall be 23 to and merged with 80-0130, Construc- transferred Restora- and and Environmental Compliance tion 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

305 U :\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 109 1 tion, upward any such obliga- adjustments and to tions 2 be from 80-0130; may made 3 in 80X0111 shall be (2) obligated balances to and merged with 80-0122, Safety, transferred 4 Security Mission Services, 80-0115, Space 5 and Capabilities and 80-0130, Construction and Flight 6 Environmental Compliance and 7 and any Restoration, 8 adjustments to such obligations may be upward made from 80-0115 and 80-0130; 9 80-0122, (3) balances in 80X0110 shall be 10 obligated transferred to and merged 11 80-0130, Construc- with and Environmental Compliance and Restora- 12 tion 13 and any upward adjustments to said obliga- tion, and 80-0130; may be made from tions 14 ( 4) obligated in 80X0112 shall be 15 balances 16 to merged with transferred Safety, 80-0122, and Security Mission Services and 80-0130, Con- 17 and 18 and Environmental Compliance and Res- struction 19 and any upward adjustments to such obli- toration, gations 20 may be made from 80-0122 and 80-0130. 21 (c) Following the cancellation of unobligated balances and of obligated balances in 80X0114, 80X0111, transfer 22 23 and 80X0112, such accounts shall be closed. 80X0110 24 Any collections authorized or required to be credited to 25 accounts these that are not received before closing of such February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

306 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 110 1 be deposited in accounts shall as the Treasury miscella- 2 neous receipts. 525. None of the funds made available in this SEC. 3 airline be used to purchase first class or premium may 4 Act 301-10.122 through 5 travel in contravention of sections 301-10.124 of title 41 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 6 7 SEC. None of the funds made available in this 526. be otherwise to send or used pay for the attend- may Act 8 Federal a from than 50 employees depart- more ance 9 of ment the agency, who are stationed in or United States, 10 at any single conference occurring outside the United 11 train- States unless such conference is a law enforcement 12 13 operational conference for law enforcement per- ing or sonnel 14 and of Federal employees in attend- majority the the are enforcement personnel stationed outside ance 15 law United States. 16 SEC. 527. None of the funds appropriated or other- 17 be wise available in this or any other Act may made used 18 or assist in the transfer or release to 19 to transfer, release, 20 or within United its territories, or possessions the States, Khalid 21 Mohammed or any other detainee who- Sheikh 22 (1) is not a United States citizen or a member United 23 the Armed Forces of the of States; and February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

307 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 111 1 or was held on or after June 24, 2009, (2) is 2 the States Naval Station, Guantanamo at United Cuba, by the Department of 3 Bay, Defense. SEC. (a) None of the 528. appropriated or oth- 4 funds erwise made available in this or any other Act may be 5 used 6 construct, acquire, or modify any facility in the United to States, its or possessions to house any indi- 7 territories, vidual described in subsection ( c) for the purposes of 8 de- 9 or imprisonment in the custody or under the tention effec- 10 tive control of the Department of Defense. 11 (b) The prohibition in subsection (a) shall not apply 12 to modification of facilities at United States Naval any Station, Bay, Cuba. 13 Guantanamo ( c) An individual described in this subsection is any 14 United individual as 15 June 24, 2009, is located at who, of 16 States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and who- 17 (1) is not a citizen of the United States or a 18 member the Armed Forces of the United States; of and 19 (2) is- 20 (A) m 21 custody or under the effective the 22 control of the Department or Defense; of (B) otherwise under detention at United 23 States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 24 February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

308 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 112 1 The Director of the Office of Management SEC. 529. Budget instruct any department, agency, or in- shall and 2 appro- the United States receiving funds of strumentality 3 4 this Act to track undisbursed balances in priated under grant accounts and include in its annual perform- expired 5 ance plan and 6 and accountability reports the performance 7 following: department, 1) Details on future action the ( 8 take to resolve agency, or instrumentality will 9 expired 10 accounts. in grant balances undisbursed (2) method The that the department, agency, or 11 instrumentality 12 to track undisbursed balances uses 13 in expired grant accounts. 14 (3) Identification of undisbursed balances in ex- 15 pired accounts that may be returned to the grant Treasury the United States. 16 of ( 4) In the preceding 3 fiscal years, details on 17 the total number of expired grant accounts with 18 19 balances ( on the first day of each fiscal undisbursed instrumentality or agency, the department, for year) 20 obligated and total finances that have not 21 the been 22 to a specific project remaining in the accounts. 23 SEC. 530. (a) None of the funds made available by for 24 may be used Act the National Aeronautics and this 25 Space Administration (NASA), the Office of Science and February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

309 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 113 1 (OSTP), or the National Space Council Technology Policy to design, plan, promulgate, implement, (NSC) 2 develop, execute a bilateral policy, program, order, or contract 3 or any to kind participate, collaborate, or coordinate bilat- of 4 China any way with erally or any Chinese-owned com- 5 in pany unless such activities are specifically authorized 6 by 7 a enacted after the date of enactment of this Act. law by this Act may made available of (b) the funds 8 None be used to effectuate the hosting of official Chinese 9 visitors 10 facilities belonging to or utilized by NASA. at 11 c) The limitations described in subsections (a) and ( 12 (b) shall not apply to activities which NASA, OSTP, or 13 NSC, consultation with the Federal Bureau of Inves- after tigation, have 14 certified- in 1) no risk ( resulting pose the transfer of 15 of technology, data, or other information with 16 national 17 or economic security implications to China security or company; 18 and a Chinese-owned (2) 19 not involve knowing interactions with will 20 officials who have been determined by the United of 21 direct involvement with violations have to States 22 human rights. (d) Any certification made under subsection (c) shall 23 the Committees on Appropriations of the submitted to 24 be and 25 of Representatives and the Senate, House the Federal February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

310 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 114 1 Investigation, no later than 30 days prior to Bureau of activity question and shall include a description of the in 2 purpose of the activity, its agenda, its major partici- the 3 pants, its location and timing. and 4 made 531. of the funds SEC. available by this 5 None Act may be used to 6 the salaries or expenses of per- pay or fail to act on, an application for the 7 to deny, sonnel importation any model of shotgun if- 8 of ( 1) all other requirements of law with respect 9 to 10 proposed importation are met; and the 11 no application for the importation of such (2) 12 model of shotgun, in the same configuration, had 13 been by the Attorney General prior to J anu- denied the ary on the basis that 2011, shotgun was not 1, 14 particularly suitable for or readily adaptable to 15 sporting purposes. 16 SEC. 532. (a) None of the funds made available in 17 to this may be used Act maintain or establish a computer 18 19 network unless such network blocks the viewmg, 20 downloading, exchanging pornography. and of (b) Nothing in subsection (a) shall limit the use 21 of State, law local any Federal, or tribal, funds for necessary 22 23 enforcement agency or any other entity carrying out crimi- or other law 24 investigations, prosecution, adjudication, nal 25 enforcement- or victim assistance-related activity. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

311 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 115 1 The Departments of Commerce and Jus- SEC. 533. the National and Space Administration, tice, 2 Aeronautics National Foundation, the Commission on Civil the 3 Science Commission, Equal Employment Opportunity the Rights, 4 International Commission, the Legal Services 5 Trade the the 6 Mammal Commission, the Offices Corporation, Marine of Science 7 Technology and and the United States Policy 8 Representative, the National Space Council, and Trade the Justice Institute shall submit spending plans, 9 State signed by the respective department or agency head, to 10 the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Rep- 11 45 12 the Senate within and days after the date resentatives 13 of enactment of this Act. SEC. None of the funds made available by this 534. 14 to Act obligated or expended be implement the Arms 15 may Trade Treaty until the Senate approves 16 resolution of a 17 for the Treaty. ratification SEC. 18 Notwithstanding any other provis10n of 535. 19 this Act, none of the funds appropriated or otherwise used may be to pay award or Act 20 this by available made incentive fees for contractor performance that has been 21 or for per- be below satisfactory performance 22 judged to of 23 that does not meet the basic requirements formance a 24 contract. February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

312 U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml SEN. APPRO. 116 1 None of the funds made available by this SEC. 536. section may in contravention of used 7606 ("Legit- be Act 2 of Industrial Hemp Research'') of the Agricultural 3 imacy Law 113-79) by the Department of of Act (Public 2014 4 5 or the Drug Enforcement Administration. Justice SEC. 537. 6 of the funds made available under None 7 Act to the Department of Justice may be used, with this respect Arizona, any of the States of Alabama, Alaska, 8 to Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, 9 California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, 10 Iowa, Ken- Indiana, 11 tucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michi- 12 gan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, 13 New New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Hampshire, North Carolina, Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, 14 North Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, 15 Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West 16 Vir- 17 Wisconsin, and Wyoming, or with respect to the ginia, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of the Northern 18 19 Mariana Islands, Guam, or Puerto Rico, to prevent any 20 of from implementing them own that authorize their laws the use, distribution, 21 or cultivation of medical possession, 22 mar1Juana. Na- SEC. 538. The Department of Commerce, the 23 and Space Administration, and the Na- tional Aeronautics 24 25 tional Science Foundation shall provide a quarterly report February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

313 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 117 of the House of Rep- Committees on Appropriations 1 to the travel and on any official Senate to China the 2 resentatives any employee of such Department or agency, including by 3 of such travel. the 4 purpose available 539. SEC. amounts made Of by this Act, the 5 amount total than 10 percent of each provided, less 6 not respectively, for Works 7 Public by grants the authorized 1965 and Economic Development Act of and Works 8 Public authorized by grants 27 of the Stevenson-Wydler 9 section Technology 10 Act of 1980 (15 U.S.C. 3722) shall Innovation 11 allocated for assistance in persistent poverty counties: be this Provided, for purposes of That section, the term "per- 12 13 sistent poverty counties" means any county that has had 14 20 more of its population living in poverty over percent or past by years, as measured the the 1990 and 2000 15 30 censuses 16 decennial and the most recent Small Area In- come and Poverty Estimates. 17 provided SEC. of the funds None in this Act 540. 18 shall be available for obligation for the James Webb Space 19 (JWST) after December 31, 2019, if the indi- 20 Telescope 21 vidual under subsection (c)(2)(E) of section identified States Code, as responsible for 22 30104 title 51, United of 23 JWST determines that the formulation and development under section 24 (with development cost as defined costs 25 30104 of title 51, United States Code) are likely to exceed February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

314 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivC-CJS.xml 118 1 the program is modified so that unless $8,802,700,000, costs do not exceed $8,802,700,000. the 2 SEC. 541. None of the funds made available by this 3 4 Act may be expended during fiscal year 2019 to prepare In- 5 shutdown of the Stratospheric Observatory for the for 6 frared Astronomy. 7 This division may be cited as the "Commerce, Jus- Act, 8 Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations tice, 9 2019". February 7, 2019 (2:04 p.m.)

315 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 1 D-FINANCIAL SERVICES AND DIVISION GENERAL GOVERNMENT 2 APPROPRIA- 2019 3 TIONS ACT, 4 I TITLE THE OF DEPARTMENT TREASURY 5 6 DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES AND EXPENSES 7 SALARIES necessary For of the Departmental Offices 8 expenses and maintenance of the Treasury including 9 operation Building and Freedman's 10 Building; hire of pas- Bank 11 motor vehicles; maintenance, repairs, and improve- senger ments and purchase of commercial insurance policies of, 12 for, real properties leased or 13 overseas, when nec- owned the performance of official business; executive 14 essary for 15 direction program activities; international affairs and eco- and tax policy ac- 16 nomic activities; domestic finance policy tivities, technical assistance to Puerto Rico; and 17 including Treasury-wide management policies and programs activi- 18 appro- ties, Provided, That of the amount $214,576,000: 19 priated under this heading- 20 21 (1) not to exceed $700,000 is for official recep- 22 tion and representation expenses, of which necessary 23 amounts shall be available for expenses to support Force, the Financial Action Task and of activities 24 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

316 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 2 1 exceed $350,000 shall be for other official re- not to and expenses; representation ception 2 not to exceed $258,000 is for 3 (2) unforeseen nature to be allocated emergencies of a confidential 4 and expended under 5 direction of the Secretary of the 6 Treasury and to be accounted for solely on the the Secretary's 7 certificate; and (3) not to exceed $24,000,000 8 remam shall 9 available until September 30, 2020, for- 10 (A) the Treasury-wide Financial Statement 11 Audit Internal Control Program; and (B) technology modernization information 12 13 requirements; administra- C) the audit, oversight, and ( 14 tion of the Gulf Coast Restoration 15 Fund; Trust 16 (D) the development and implementation 17 of programs within the Office of Critical Infra- 18 structure and Compliance Policy, in- Protection eluding 19 into cooperative agreements; entering 20 (E) operations and maintenance of facili- 21 and ties; 22 (F) international operations. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

317 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 3 1 TERRORISM AND FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE OF Al"\JD EXPENSES SALARIES 2 necessary expenses of 3 Office of Terrorism the For the Financial Intelligence to safeguard the financial and sys- 4 against illicit use and to combat rogue nations, tern 5 ter- rorist facilitators, weapons of mass destruction 6 and kingpins, other drug money launderers, 7 proliferators, $159,000,000: Provided, That of national security 8 threats, the appropriated under this heading, up to amounts 9 $10,000,000 shall remain available until September 30, 10 2020. 11 CYBERSECURITY ACCOUNT 12 ENILiliCEMENT For salaries and expenses for enhanced cybersecurity 13 by the Department of the Treasury, for systems operated 14 15 $25,208,000, to remain available until September 30, 16 2021: That such funds shall supplement and not Provided, supplant other amounts made available to the Treas- 17 any ury offices and bureaus for cybersecurity: Provided fur- 18 ther, That the Chief Information Officer of the individual 19 a bureaus shall submit and spend plan for each 20 offices 21 investment to the Treasury Chief Information Officer for 22 approval: further, That the submitted spend plan Provided shall be reviewed and approved by the Treasury Chief In- 23 the obligation of funds under 24 formation Officer prior to the 25 heading: Provided further, That of this total amount February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

318 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 4 1 under this heading $1,000,000 shall be made available Treasury for expenses for the available 2 administrative Information Officer to provide oversight of the in- 3 Chief vestments made this heading: Provided further, 4 under such That shall supplement and not supplant any 5 funds other amounts made 6 to the Treasury Chief Infor- available 7 Officer. mation DEPARTMENT-WIDE SYSTEMS CAPITAL 8 AND PROGRAl\IS INVESTMENTS 9 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 10 For development and acquisition of automatic 11 data 12 software, and services and for re- processing equipment, 13 and renovations to buildings owned by the Depart- pairs 14 ment of the Treasury, $4,000,000, to remain available 15 until 30, 2021: Provided, That these funds September in shall to accounts and transferred amounts as nec- 16 be essary to satisfy the requirements of the Department's of- 17 fices, 18 and other organizations: Provided further, bureaus, be That transfer authority shall 19 in addition to any this 20 other transfer authority provided in this Act: Provided fur- funds 21 none of the That appropriated under this head- ther, Rev- ing shall be used to support or supplement ''Internal 22 enue Service, Operations Support" or "Internal Revenue 23 24 Service, Business Systems Modernization". February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

319 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 5 1 INSPECTOR GENERAL OFFICE OF AND 2 EXPENSES SALARIES Inspector expenses the 3 of of For necessary Office General 4 out the provisions of the Inspector in carrying Act 5 1978, $37,044,000, including hire of pas- General of senger vehicles; of which not to exceed $100,000 6 motor 7 be available for unforeseen emergencies of a con- shall and expended under the allocated 8 nature, to be fidential direction the Inspector General of the Treasury; of 9 of Sep- up to $2,800,000 to remain available until which 10 tember 30, 2020, shall 11 for audits and investigations be 12 conducted pursuant to section 1608 of the Resources and 13 Ecosystems Tourist Opportunities, and Re- Sustainability, vived Economies the Gulf Coast 14 of of 2012 (33 States Act U.S.C. 1321 note); and of which not to exceed $1,000 15 16 shall available for official reception be representation and expenses. 17 TREASURY INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR 18 T.AX 19 ADMINISTRATION 20 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 21 For necessary expenses of the Treasury Inspector Tax Administration in carrying out the In- 22 General for 23 General Act of 1978, as amended, including pur- spector U.S.C. (31 and hire of passenger motor vehicles chase 24 at 3109, and services authorized by 5 U.S.C. 1343(b)); 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

320 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 6 1 as may be determined by the Inspector General such rates Tax $170,250,000, of which 2 Administration; for 30, September until available shall $5,000,000 remain 3 4 2020; of which exceed $6,000,000 shall be not to available for travel expenses; of official not to exceed 5 which $500,000 shall be 6 for unforeseen emergencies of available 7 nature, to be allocated and expended under a confidential the of the Inspector General for Tax Administra- 8 direction tion; and of which not to exceed $1,500 9 be available shall 10 official reception and representation expenses. for SPECIAL INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR THE TROUBLED 11 12 ASSET RELIEF PROGRAM 13 SALARIES EXPENSES .AND For expenses of the Office of the Special 14 necessary Inspector General in carrying out the provisions of the 15 16 Emergency Stabilization Act of 2008 (Public Economic Law $23,000,000. 17 110-343), FINANCIAL CRIMES 18 NETWORK ENFORCEl\IENT 19 SALARIES .AND EXPENSES 20 For necessary expenses of the Financial Crimes En- 21 forcement including hire of passenger motor ve- Network, 22 travel and training expenses of non-Federal and hicles; 23 foreign government personnel to attend meetings and financial 24 with domestic and foreign concerned in- training and financial regula- law enforcement, 25 telligence activities, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

321 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 7 1 authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; not to exceed tion; services for reception 2 $12,000 official and representation expenses; for assistance to Federal law enforcement agencies, and 3 or without reimbursement, $117,800,000, of which with 4 not exceed $34,335,000 shall remain available until to 5 September 30, 2021. 6 BUREAU 7 THE FISCAL SERVICE OF SALARIES .AND 8 EXPENSES necessary expenses For operations of the Bureau 9 of of the Fiscal Service, $338,280,000; of which 10 to ex- not 11 $4,210,000, to remain available until September 30, ceed 2021, is for information systems modernization initiatives; 12 13 and of which $5,000 shall be available for official reception and expenses. representation 14 In addition, to be derived from the Oil 15 $165,000, Trust Fund to reimburse administrative Liability 16 Spill and personnel 17 for financial management of the expenses 18 as authorized by section 1012 Fund, Public Law 101- of 19 380. 20 ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX AND TRADE BUREAU 21 SALARIES EXPENSES AND For necessary 22 of carrying out section 1111 expenses 23 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, including hire of not to 24 motor vehicles, $119,600,000; of which passenger 25 exceed $6,000 for official reception and representation ex- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

322 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 8 1 of which not to exceed $50,000 shall be avail- penses; and for cooperative and development programs 2 research able services; laboratory 3 for of laboratory assist- and provision to ance 4 local agencies with or without reim- State and Provided, That of the amount appropriated bursement: 5 under this heading, $5,000,000 shall 6 for the costs of be 7 the processing of formula accelerating label applica- and Provided further, That 8 the amount appropriated tions: of under this heading, $5,000,000, to remain available until 9 the costs associated with 10 for September 2020, shall be 30, enforcement of the trade practice provisions of the Federal 11 12 Alcohol Administration Act (27 U.S.C. 201 et seq.). 13 UNITED MINT STATES UNITED STATES PUBLIC ENTERPRISE FUND 14 MINT to Pursuant 5136 of title 31, United States 15 section Code, the United States Mint is 16 funding through provided 17 United States Mint Public Enterprise Fund for costs the associated with the production of circulating coins, numis- 18 19 matic coins, and protective services, including both oper- 20 ating and capital investments: Provided, That expenses the 21 amount of new liabilities and obligations in- aggregate 22 curred during fiscal year 2019 under such section 5136 23 circulating coinage and protective service capital in- for 24 vestments of the United States shall not exceed Mint 25 $30,000,000. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

323 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 9 1 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ACCOUNT 2 FUND out the Riegle 3 Development and carry To Community Improvement Act of 1994 (subtitle A of title 4 Regulatory 103-325), including services authorized Law Public 5 I of 6 States by title 5, United 3109 Code, but at rates section of for individuals not to 7 the per diem rate equivalent exceed rate for EX-3, $250,000,000. Of the amount ap- 8 the to under heading- this 9 propriated not (1) than $160,000,000, notwith- 10 less standing section 108(e) of Public Law 11 (12 103-325 12 4707(e)) with regard to Small and/or U.S.C. Emerg- 13 ing Community Development Financial Institutions 14 Assistance awards, is available until September 30, 15 2020, financial assistance and technical assist- for ance under (A) and (B) of section 16 subparagraphs respectively, of Public Law 103-325 (12 17 108(a)(l), U.S.C. 4707(a)(l)(A) and (B)), of 18 up to which 19 may be available for training and out- $1,600,000 under section 109 of Public Law 103-325 (12 20 reach 21 U.S.C. 4708), of which up to $2,527,250 may be and of which up direct loans, the 22 cost of for used to $3,000,000, notwithstanding subsection (d) of 23 103-325 (12 U.S.C. 4707 Public Law 24 section 108 of financial may be available to provide assistance, ( d)), 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

324 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 10 and outreach to com- 1 training, technical assistance, development institutions to expand munity 2 financial that benefit individuals with disabilities: 3 investments 4 That Provided, of direct and guaranteed cost the loans, the cost of modifying such loans, 5 including shall be as defined in 6 502 of the Congres- section 7 Budget Act of 197 sional Provided further, 4: That funds are these to subsidize gross obliga- 8 available tions for the principal 9 of direct loans not to amount 10 $25,000,000; exceed (2) 11 less than $16,000,000, notwithstanding not U.S.C. (12 103-325 Law Public of section 12 108(e) 4707(e)), is until September 30, 2020, for available 13 assistance, technical assistance, training, financial 14 and outreach programs designed to benefit Native 15 American, 16 Hawaiian, and Alaska Native com- Native munities provided 17 primarily through qualified and community development lender organizations with 18 development community and expertise in experience 19 banking 20 and lending in Indian country, Native American organizations, tribes and tribal orgamza- 21 other suitable providers; and 22 tions, than $25,000,000 is available until (3) not less 23 Award the Bank Enterprise for 24 30, 2020, September 25 program; February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

325 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 11 1 less than $22,000,000, notwithstanding ( 4) not (d) 2 subsections and 108 of Public Law of section (e) U.S.C. 4707(d) and (e)), is available 103-325 3 (12 September 30, 2020, for a 4 until Fi- Food Healthy nancing Initiative to provide financial assistance, 5 assistance, training, and outreach to com- 6 technical the development financial institutions for 7 munity 8 of offering affordable financing and tech- purpose the availability of healthy nical assistance expand to 9 options in distressed communities; food 10 (5) up to $27,000,000 is 11 until Sep- available 12 30, 2019, for administrative expenses, in- tember eluding administration of CDFI fund programs and 13 14 the New Markets Tax Credit Program, of which not 15 less $1,000,000 is for development of tools to than better and inform CDFI investment perform- 16 assess ance, and up to $300,000 is for administrative ex- 17 penses to carry out the direct loan program; and 18 19 during fiscal year 2019, none of the funds (6) the for under this heading are available available 20 cost, Congressional defined in section 502 of the 21 as 22 Budget Act of 1974, of commitments to guarantee 23 bonds and notes under section 114A of the Riegle and Regulatory Improve- 24 Development Community Provided, ment Act of 1994 (12 U.S.C. 4713a): 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

326 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 12 1 to guarantee bonds and notes That commitments 2 such shall not exceed under section 114A further, That such section $500,000,000: Provided 3 shall remain in effect until December 31, 114A 4 2019: further, That of the funds awarded 5 Provided 10 under not less than heading, percent shall be 6 this used serve awards that support investments that for 7 populations living persistent poverty counties: 8 in further, Provided for the purposes of this para- 9 That graph and paragraph ( 1) above, 10 term "persistent the 11 counties" means any county that has had 20 poverty percent or more of its population living in poverty 12 13 over the past 30 years, as measured by the 1990 14 and decennial censuses and the 2011-2015 5- 2000 year data available from the American Com- 15 series the Census Bureau. Survey of 16 munity INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 17 18 TAXPAYER SERVICES For Serv- expenses of the Internal Revenue 19 necessary 20 to provide taxpayer services, including pre-filing assist- ice 21 ance and education, filing and account services, taxpayer 22 advocacy services, other as authorized by 5 and services U.S.C. 3109, 23 such rates as may be determined by the at 24 Commissioner, $2,491,554,000, of which not less than for 25 shall be for the Tax Counseling $9,890,000 the Elderly February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

327 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml APPRO. SEN. 13 Program, of 1 which $12,000,000 be than shall less not low-income 2 clinic grants, of which available for taxpayer less than $18,000,000, to remain available until Sep- not 3 4 2020, shall be available for a Community Vol- tember 30, Income matching Assistance unteer grants program 5 Tax tax preparation assistance, and of which not return for 6 ex- than $207,000,000 shall be available for operating less 7 of the Taxpayer Advocate Service: Provided, That 8 penses the amounts made available for the Taxpayer Advocate 9 of identity for be than $5,500,000 shall less 10 not Service, and refund theft casework. 11 fraud ENFORCEMENT 12 }1-,or necessary expenses for tax enforcement activities 13 the Internal Revenue Service to determine and collect 14 of 15 owed to provide legal and litigation support, to con- taxes, statutes duct investigations, to enforce criminal 16 criminal related to violations of internal revenue laws and other fi- 17 18 nancial to purchase and hire passenger motor vehi- crimes, 19 (31 U.S.C. 1343(b)), and to provide other services cles be may as by 5 U.S.C. 3109, at such rates authorized as 20 determined the Commissioner, $4,860,000,000, of 21 by available not to exceed $50,000,000 shall remain which 22 23 until September 30, 2020, and of which not less than Drug 24 shall be for the Interagency Crime and $60,257,000 25 Enforcement program. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

328 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 14 1 OPERATIONS SUPPORT necessary For the Internal Revenue Serv- expenses 2 of and enforcement pro- to taxpayer services ice 3 support print- rent payments; facilities services; including 4 grams, postage; physical security; headquarters 5 ing; other and and statistics 6 administration activities; research IRS-wide income; telecommunications; information technology de- 7 of velopment, 8 operations, maintenance, enhancement, and se- curity; the of passenger motor vehicles (31 U.S.C. 9 hire the Internal Revenue Service the operations of 10 1343(b)); Oversight Board; and other services 11 authorized by 5 as by the at such rates as may be determined U.S.C. 3109, 12 13 Commissioner; $3,724,000,000, of which not to exceed 14 $50,000,000 shall remain available until September 30, 15 2020; which not to exceed $10,000,000 shall remain of and available expended for acquisition of equipment 16 until construction, repair and renovation of facilities; of which 17 not to exceed $1,000,000 shall remain available until Sep- 18 of 19 2021, for research; 30, which not to exceed tember representation and shall be official reception $20,000 20 for expenses: days That not later than 30 21 after the Provided, end of each quarter, the 22 Internal Revenue Service shall 23 submit a report to the Committees on Appropriations of and the Senate and the 24 House of Representatives the 25 Comptroller General of the United States detailing the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

329 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 15 1 schedule performance for its major information cost and the purpose and life- investments, 2 including technology cost of the investments; the reasons for any stages cycle 3 schedule variances; the risks of such investments and and 4 is Internal Revenue Service the using to miti- strategies 5 gate such risks; and the expected developmental 6 mile- 7 to be achieved stones costs to incurred in the next and be quarter: 8 further, That the Internal Revenue Serv- Provided ice shall include, in its budget justification 9 fiscal year for 10 a summary of cost and schedule performance infor- 2020, technology systems. 11 its major information for mation 12 BUSINESS SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION 13 For necessary expenses of the Internal Revenue Serv- 14 ice's systems modernization program, business $150,000,000, to available until September 30, 15 remain for 2021, capital asset acquisition of information tech- 16 the nology systems, including management 17 related con- and 18 costs of said acquisitions, including related Inter- tractual 19 Revenue Service labor costs, and contractual costs as- nal 20 sociated with operations authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109: of 21 not later than 30 days after the end That Provided, Internal Revenue Service shall submit 22 each quarter, the 23 a report to the Committees on Appropriations of the 24 of Representatives and the Senate and the Comp- House 25 troller General of the United States detailing the cost and February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

330 U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml APPRO. SEN. 16 in- for major information technology performance 1 schedule vestments, including 2 purposes and life-cycle the of stages 3 investments; the reasons for the cost and schedule any 4 variances; the risks of such investments and the strategies 5 Internal Revenue Service is using to mitigate such the be to and the expected developmental milestones risks; 6 7 achieved and costs to be incurred in the next quarter. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

331 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.:xml 17 1 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS-INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 2 (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) 3 TRANSFERS Not 4 exceed 4 percent of the appropria- SEC. 101. to made available in this Act to the Internal Revenue 5 tion under "Enforcement" heading, and not to ex- the Service 6 5 percent of any other appropriation made available 7 ceed Internal Revenue Service, may be trans- 8 Act to the in this 9 to any other Internal Revenue Service appropria- ferred the tion advance approval of the Committees on Ap- 10 upon propriations of the House of 11 and the Sen- Representatives 12 ate. SEC. 102. The 13 Revenue Service shall main- Internal 14 tain an employee training program, which shall include the 15 following taxpayers' rights, dealing courteously topics: and the im- with taxpayers, relations, ethics, cross-cultural 16 application of tax law. partial 17 SEC. 103. The Internal Revenue Service 18 insti- shall and enforce policies and procedures that will safe- tute 19 20 guard the confidentiality of taxpayer information and pro- 21 tect taxpayers against identity theft. SEC. Funds made available by this or any other 104. 22 Service 23 the Internal Revenue to shall be available for Act 24 improved facilities and staffing to provide suffi- increased taxpayers. for and effective 1-800 help line service cient 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

332 SEN. APPRO. U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 18 1 continue to make improvements The Commissioner shall the 2 to Internal help line service Service 1-800 Revenue priority 3 a allocate resources necessary to enhance the and time to taxpayer communications, particularly 4 response regard victims of tax-related crimes. to with 5 105. The Internal Revenue Service shall issue 6 SEC. any address change relating notice of confirmation 7 a of 8 an employer making employment tax payments, and to both such be sent to shall the employer's former 9 notice and new address and an officer or employee of 10 Internal the 11 Service shall give special consideration to an Revenue offer-in-compromise from a taxpayer who has been the vic- 12 13 tim of fraud by a third party payroll tax preparer. 14 SEC. of the funds made available under 106. None Act Internal be used by the this Revenue Service to 15 may citizens of the United States for exercising any target 16 right guaranteed under the First Amendment to the Con- 17 stitution the United States. of 18 19 107. None of the funds made available in this SEC. may be used by the Internal Revenue Service to target 20 Act 21 groups regulatory scrutiny based on their ideological for beliefs. 22 SEC. 108. None of funds 23 available by this Act made 24 to the Internal Revenue Service shall be obligated or ex- to 25 on conferences that do not adhere pended the proce- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

333 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 19 1 processes, documentation requirements, dures, verification 2 policies by the Chief Financial Officer, Human and issued Office, and Agency-Wide Shared Services as a re- 3 Capital 4 sult of in the report published on the recommendations Inspector the Treasury General for Tax May by 2013, 5 31, Administration entitled "Review of the August 2010 Small 6 Business/Self- 7 Division's Conference Employed Ana- in 2013-10-037). (Reference Number 8 California" heim, made 109. of the funds SEC. available in this 9 None Act to the Internal Revenue 10 may be obligated or Service 11 expended- under ( to make a payment to any 12 1) employee 13 a bonus, award, or recognition program; or 14 (2) under any hiring or personnel selection 15 process respect to re-hiring a former employee, with unless such or process takes into account 16 program the and Federal tax compliance of such em- 17 conduct ployee or former employee. 18 SEC. 19 None of the funds made available by this 110. of be used in contravention may section 6103 of the 20 Act 21 Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to confidentiality 22 and of returns and return information). disclosure SEC. 23 Except to the extent provided in section 111. of Code Revenue or 620l(d) of the Internal 6020, 24 6014, available be shall Act other any or 25 this funds no 1986, in February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

334 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 20 1 to of Secretary to provide to any person the the Treasury return for statement or use by such per- final 2 a proposed or reporting requirement under such 3 a filing son to satisfy Code. 4 otherwise 112. addition to SEC. amounts In made the 5 6 available this Act for the in Revenue Service, Internal 7 to be available $77,000,000, September until 30, 2020, transferred by Commissioner to the "Tax- the be shall 8 Support" "Operations or "Enforcement", payer 9 Services", accounts of the Internal Revenue Service for an additional 10 carrying amount be used solely for to out Public Law 115- 11 12 97: Provided, That such funds shall not be available until 13 the submits to the Committees on Appro- Commissioner the House of Representatives and the Senate priations 14 of a spending plan for such funds. 15 ADl\IINISTRATIVE OF 16 THE PROVISIONS-DEPARTMENT TREASURY 17 (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 18 SEC. 19 Appropriations to the Department of the 113. 20 Treasury in this Act shall be available for uniforms or al- 21 lowances as authorized by law (5 U.S.C. 5901), therefor, and cleaning; purchase of including maintenance, repairs, 22 23 insurance for official motor vehicles operated in foreign regard to the 24 purchase of motor vehicles without countries; 25 general purchase price limitations for vehicles purchased February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

335 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 21 1 overseas for the current fiscal year; entering into and used with 2 contracts State for the Department of the furnishing 3 of health services to employees and their and medical de- author- in foreign countries; and services serving 4 pendents 5 ized by 5 U.S.C. 3109. SEC. 114. Not to exceed 2 percent of any appropria- 6 this title made available under the headings "De- in tions 7 partmental Offices-Salaries Expenses", "Office of and 8 Inspector General'', 9 Special Inspector General for the '' Troubled Asset Relief Program", "Financial 10 En- Crimes 11 Network", "Bureau of the Fiscal Service", and forcement 12 and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau" may be "Alcohol 13 transferred between such appropriations upon the advance Committees on Appropriations of the the 14 of approval of Provided, and the Senate: House That 15 Representatives no under this section may increase or decrease 16 transfer any such appropriation by more than 2 percent. 17 SEC. Not to exceed 2 percent of any appropria- 115. 18 tion made available in this Act to the Internal Revenue 19 may be transferred to the Treasury Inspector Gen- 20 Service 21 eral Tax Administration's appropriation upon the ad- for 22 approval of vance the Committees on Appropriations of 23 the House of Representatives and the Senate: Provided, or 24 transfer may increase no decrease any such appro- That 25 priation by more than 2 percent. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

336 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 22 1 None of the funds appropriated in this A.ct SEC. 116. otherwise to the Department of the Treasury or available 2 the Bureau of Engraving and Printing may be used 3 or Federal Reserve note. redesign $1 4 to the 117. SEC. Secretary of the Treasury may trans- The 5 fer funds from the ''Bureau of 6 Fiscal Service-Salaries the Expenses" to the Debt Collection Fund as necessary and 7 That such Provided, of debt collection: the to costs 8 cover and expenses be reimbursed to such salaries 9 amounts shall account from debt collections received in the Debt Collec- 10 tion Fund. 11 SEC. 118. None 12 the funds appropriated or other- of 13 wise made available by this or any other A.ct may be used any mu- 14 States Mint to construct or operate by United the Committees seum explicit approval of the the on 15 without Appropriations of 16 House of Representatives and the the 17 Senate, House Committee on Financial Services, and the Housing, the Committee on Banking, 18 and Urban Senate 19 Affairs. other- SEC. 119. None of the funds appropriated or 20 21 made available by this or any other A.ct or wise source the Treasury, Engrav- Department of of the Bureau to the 22 23 ing and Printing, and the United States Mint, individually all any or func- used to consolidate 24 may collectively, be or Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the the 25 tions of February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

337 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 23 1 Mint without the explicit approval of the United States Committee 2 Services; the Senate Com- on House Financial and Urban Affairs; and the on Housing, mittee 3 Banking, on Appropriations of 4 House of Represent- Committees the atives the Senate. s and or 120. appropriated SEC. this Act, Funds made by 6 7 available the by of funds in this Act, for the De- transfer of the Treasury's intelligence or intelligence re- partment 8 lated are deemed to be specifically authorized 9 activities by the Congress for purposes of section 504 of the 10 National 11 Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 414) during Security year fiscal 12 2019 until the enactment of the Intelligence Authorization 13 Act for Fiscal Year 2019. 14 SEC. Not to exceed $5,000 shall be made avail- 121. able the Bureau of Engraving and Printing's Indus- from 15 and reception Fund for necessary official Revolving 16 trial 17 representation expenses. SEC. 122. The Secretary of the Treasury shall 18 submit 19 Investment Plan to the a Capital on Appro- Committees 20 priations of the Senate and the House of Representatives an- 21 than 30 days following the submission of the later not by the President: Provided, That 22 nual budget submitted 23 such Capital Investment Plan shall include capital invest- the Department 24 spending from all accounts within ment 25 of the Treasury, including but not limited to the Depart- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

338 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 24 1 and Capital Investment Programs ac- ment-wide Systems count, 2 Treasury and the Treas- Franchise account, Fund Forfeiture account: Provided further, That such ury Fund 3 occur- Plan shall include expenditures Investment Capital 4 in investment fiscal years for each capital 5 ring previous that has not been fully completed. 6 project SEC. 123. Within 45 days enactment the date of after 7 of this the Secretary of the Treasury shall submit 8 Act, itemized report to the Committees on Appropriations 9 an of the House of Representatives and 10 Senate on the the 11 of total funds charged to each office by the amount Fran- 12 Fund including the chise charged for each service amount 13 provided by the Franchise Fund to each office, a detailed the services, a detailed explanation of how 14 description of each for each service is calculated, and a descrip- 15 charge tion of the role customers have in governing in the Fran- 16 17 chise Fund. SEC. During fiscal year 2019- 18 124. ( 1) 19 of the funds made available in this or none 20 any other Act may be used by the Department of 21 the including the Internal Revenue Serv- Treasury, ice, issue, revise, or finalize any regulation, rev- to 22 23 enue ruling, or other guidance not limited to a par- the standard which is 24 taxpayer relating to ticular 25 used to determine whether an organization is oper- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

339 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 25 1 for the promotion of social welfare ated exclusively Internal purposes section 501(c)( 4) of the for 2 of Code of 1986 (including the proposed regu- 3 Revenue 78 Fed. Reg. 71535 (November at lations 4 published and 2013)); 29, 5 the standard and 6 as in effect on (2) definitions January 1, 2010, which are used to make such de- 7 8 shall apply terminations the date the enact- after of status of this ment for purposes of determining 9 Act under section 501 10 c) ( 4) of such Code of organiza- ( 11 tions created on, before, or after such date. end SEC. 125. (a) Not later than 60 days after the 12 13 each quarter, the Office of Financial Stability and the of Office Financial Research shall submit reports on 14 of their activities to the Committees on Appropriations of the 15 and the Senate, the Committee 16 Representatives House of 17 Financial Services of the House of Representatives and on 18 the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban 19 Affairs. subsection under shall (a) 20 The required reports (b) 21 include- preVIous the during made obligations the ( 1) 22 office, quarter by object class, and activity; 23 (2) the the estimated obligations for remainder 24 activity; and office, class, object by of the fiscal year 25 p.m.) February 12, 2019 (12:50

340 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 26 1 number of full-time equivalents within (3) the previous quarter; the office each 2 during the number of full-time equ1va- estimated 4) ( 3 fis- the of remainder the for lents each within 4 office year; cal and 5 actions taken 6 achieve the goals, objec- (5) to performance and office. measures of each 7 tives, ( c) the request of any such Committees specified 8 At and the Financial Office of (a), Stability in the 9 subsection 10 of Financial Research shall make officials available Office 11 testify on the contents of to reports required under the 12 subsection (a). 13 SEC. 126. Amounts made available under the heading 14 "Office Terrorism of Financial Intelligence" be and shall to the "Departmental Offices-Sala- available reimburse 15 and 16 account for expenses incurred in such ries Expenses" account for reception 17 representation expenses to sup- and 18 activities of the ]..,inancial Action Task Force. port year 19 Beginning in fiscal 127. 2019 and for each SEC. 20 fiscal year thereafter, amounts in the Bureau of Engrav- 21 ing Printing Fund may be used for the acquisition and and construction of, a replacement of necessary land for, 22 23 currency production facility. 24 title This may be cited as the "Department of the 25 Treasury Appropriations Act, 2019". February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

341 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 27 TITLE II 1 OFFICE OF PRESIDENT AND 2 EXECUTIVE THE TO APPROPRIATED PRESIDENT FUNDS THE 3 4 THE WHITE HOUSE AND EXPENSES 5 SALARIES necessary For for the White House as au- 6 expenses law, including not to exceed $3,850,000 for by thorized 7 services as authorized 8 5 U.S.C. by and 3 U.S.C. 105; 3109 subsistence as authorized by 3 U.S.C. 105, which expenses 9 that in provided and accounted for as expended shall 10 be section; hire of passenger motor vehicles, and travel 11 ( not and accounted for as be to 12 exceed $100,000 to expended 13 provided by 3 U.S.C. 103); and not to exceed $19,000 for 14 official reception representation expenses, be avail- and to Office for able the Executive allocation of the Presi- 15 within of and for necessary Policy of the Office expenses dent; 16 Development, by services as authorized 17 5 U.S.C. including 3109 and 3 U.S.C. 107, $55,000,000. 18 19 EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE 20 OPERATING EXPENSES For necessary 21 of the Executive Residence expenses ac- at the White House, $13,081,000, to be expended and 22 110, counted for as provided by 3 U.S.C. 105, 109, 23 and 24 112-114. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

342 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 28 1 REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES the reimbursable of the Executive Resi- For 2 expenses may the House, such sums as at be nec- White dence 3 Provided, That all expenses operating reimbursable essary: 4 the Residence shall be made in accordance 5 Executive of the provisions of this paragraph: Provided further, 6 with That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, 7 such 8 for reimbursable operating expenses shall be amount the 9 of the Executive Residence to incur ob- exclusive authority and to receive offsetting collections, for such ex- 10 ligations penses: Provided further, That 11 Executive Residence the 12 require each person sponsoring a reimbursable polit- shall an ical 13 pay in advance event amount equal to the esti- to 14 mated cost of the event, and all such advance payments 15 shall credited to this account and remain available until be expended: further, That the Executive Residence 16 Provided shall require the national committee of the political party 17 of the President to maintain on deposit $25,000, to be 18 separately accounted for and available for expenses relat- 19 20 ing to reimbursable political events sponsored by such 21 committee such fiscal year: Provided further, That during 22 Executive Residence shall ensure that a written notice the expense operating a reimbursable amount owed for any of 23 24 under this paragraph submitted to the person owmg is 25 such amount within 60 days after such expense 1s m- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

343 U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 29 1 that such amount is collected within 30 days curred, and the of such notice: Provided further, That after submission 2 Executive Residence shall charge interest and assess 3 the 4 penalties and on any such amount that is other charges reimbursed within such 30 days, in accordance with 5 not the interest and penalty provisions applicable to an 6 out- States Government claim under 7 debt on a United standing 31 U.S.C. Provided further, That each such amount 8 3717: is reimbursed, and any accompanying interest and 9 that charges, shall be deposited in 10 Treasury as miscella- the 11 receipts: Provided further, That the Executive Resi- neous to 12 prepare and submit shall the Committees on Ap- dence 13 propriations, by not later than 90 days after the end of 14 the year covered by this Act, a report setting forth fiscal the reimbursable expenses of the Executive Res- 15 operating idence the preceding fiscal year, including the total 16 during amount of such expenses, the 17 of such total that amount 18 of reimbursable official and ceremonial events, the consists 19 of such total that consists of reimbursable political amount been has and the portion of each such amount that events, 20 reimbursed further, of the date of the report: Provided 21 as That the Executive Residence shall maintain a system for 22 events the tracking of expenses related to reimbursable 23 the Executive Residence that includes a standard within 24 25 for the classification of any such expense as political or February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

344 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 30 1 further, That no provis10n of this nonpolitical: Provided may exempt construed to paragraph the Executive Res- 2 be from any other applicable requirement of sub- 3 idence title I or II of chapter 37 of States 31, United chapter 4 Code. 5 HOUSE REPAIR AND RESTORATION WHITE 6 the repair, alteration, and improvement of the 7 For at the White House pursuant to 3 8 Executive Residence 9 U.S.C. 105(d), $750,000, to remain available until ex- 10 pended, for required maintenance, resolution of safety and 11 health and continued preventative maintenance. issues, COUNCIL ECONOl\IIC .ADVISERS OF 12 13 SALARIES AND EXPENSES For necessary expenses of the 14 of Economic Council 15 in carrying out Advisers functions under the Employ- its 16 ment Act of 1946 (15 U.S.C. 1021 et seq.), $4,187,000. 17 NATIONAL COUNCIL AND HOl\IELAND SECURITY SECURITY 18 COUNCIL SALARIES .AND EXPENSES 19 20 necessary expenses of the National Security For 21 Council and the Homeland Security Council, including 3109, 22 as authorized by 5 U.S.C. services $12,000,000. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

345 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 31 1 ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF AND SALARIES EXPENSES 2 expenses of 3 Office of Administra- necessary For the 3109 U.S.C. 5 by authorized services including tion, as 4 3 U.S.C. 107, and hire of passenger 5 vehicles, and motor $100,000,000, of which not to exceed $12,800,000 shall 6 continued for until expended moderniza- available 7 remain the Executive Office tion of resources within 8 information the of President. 9 OF MANAGEMENT AND 10 OFFICE BUDGET SALARIES AL~D EXPENSES 11 For necessary expenses 12 the Office of Management of 13 Budget, including hire of passenger motor vehicles and 5 U.S.C. 14 as authorized by services 3109, to carry out and 15 the provisions of chapter 35 of title 44, United States 16 Code, to prepare and submit the budget of the United and States in accordance with section 1105(a) of 17 Government, title 31, United States Code, $102,000,000, of which not 18 19 to $3,000 shall be available for official representa- exceed 20 expenses: tion Provided, That none of the funds appro- 21 priated in this Act for the Office of Management and 22 Budget be used for the purpose of reviewing any agri- may cultural marketing orders or any activities or regulations 23 24 under the provisions of the Agricultural Marketing Agree- U.S.C. et of 1937 (7 Act 601 ment seq.): Provided further, 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

346 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 32 1 of the funds made available for the Office of That none be and this Act may by expended for Budget 2 Management altering of the transcript of actual testimony of wit- the 3 nesses, for 4 of officials of the Office of testimony except and before Management the Committees on Ap- 5 Budget, their subcommittees: Provided further, or 6 propriations That 7 of the funds made available for the Office of none 8 and Budget by this Act may be expended for Management plan the the annual work of developed by the 9 altering Corps of Engineers for submission to the Committees on 10 Appropriations: 11 further, That of the funds made Provided Management the Office of and Budget by this available 12 for 13 Act, no less than three full-time equivalent senior staff po- 14 sition be dedicated solely to the Office of the Intellec- shall tual Property Coordinator: Provided further, 15 Enforcement this none the That provided in of or prior Acts shall 16 funds be used, directly or indirectly, 17 the Office of Manage- by 18 and Budget, for evaluating or determining if water ment resource project or study reports submitted by the Chief 19 20 of Engineers acting through the of the Army Secretary are regulations, compliance with all applicable laws, 21 and in 22 relevant to the Civil Works water resource requirements 23 planning process: Provided further, That the Office of 24 Management and Budget shall have not more than 60 water of in which to perform budgetary policy reviews days 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

347 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 33 1 on which the Chief of Engineers has re- resource matters 2 ported: Provided That the Director of the Office further, appropriate and Budget shall notify the Management 3 of and appropriating committees when the 60- 4 authorizing further, is initiated: Provided day That if water re- 5 review source reports have not 6 transmitted to the appro- been 7 authorizing priate appropriating committees and within Office of the end and the after of Management 15 8 days Budget review period based on the 9 from the notification 10 Congress shall assume Office of Management Director, and and 11 with the report Budget act accord- concurrence 12 ingly. 13 In addition, $1,000,000 for the Office of Information 14 and Affairs to hire additional personnel dedi- Regulatory cated regulatory review and reforms: Provided, That 15 to these amounts shall be in addition to any other amounts 16 available such 17 purpose: Provided further, That these for funds be not 18 used to backfill vacancies. may OFFICE OF NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY 19 20 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 21 For expenses of the Office of National necessary 22 Control Policy; for research activities pursuant to Drug 23 the Office of National Drug Control Policy Reauthoriza- 24 tion of Act (Public 2006 109-469); not to exceed Law 25 $10,000 for official reception and representation expenses; February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

348 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 34 1 participation in joint projects or in the provision and for nonprofit, of mutual interest with matters services of 2 on with- or organizations or agencies, with 3 research, or public That the Of- reimbursement, Provided, out 4 $18,400,000: and utilize is fice to accept, hold, administer, 5 authorized private, both real and personal, public without and gifts, 6 year for the purpose of aiding or facili- limitation, 7 fiscal tating the of the Office. work 8 9 DRUG CONTROL PROGRAl\IS FEDERAL HIGH INTENSITY DRUG 10 AREAS PROGRAM TRAFFICKING 11 TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING For Office expenses of the 12 of National necessary Drug Control Policy's High Intensity Drug Trafficking 13 14 Areas Program, $280,000,000, to remain available until 15 September 2020, for drug control activities consistent 30, with approved strategy for each of the designated 16 the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas ("HIDTAs"), of 17 which less 18 than 51 percent shall be transferred to not drug 19 local entities for and control activities and shall State of enactment after not later than 120 days obligated be 20 trans- this Provided, That up to 49 percent may 21 Act: be 22 ferred to }1-,ederal agencies and departments in amounts Drug National by the Director of the Office of determined 23 24 Control Policy, of which up to $2,700,000 may be used activities: 25 auditing services and associated for Provided February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

349 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 35 1 notwithstanding the requirements of Public further, That, 106-58, unexpended funds obligated prior to fis- any Law 2 year 2017 may be used for any other approved activi- cal 3 of 4 ties subject reprogramming require- that HIDTA, to Provided further, That each HIDTA designated as 5 ments: of September 30, 2018, shall be funded at not less than 6 the 7 year 2018 base level, unless the Director submits fiscal the to on Appropriations of Committees House of Rep- 8 the resentatives and the Senate justification for changes to 9 those clearly based on 10 articulated priorities and pub- levels lished Drug of National 11 Control Policy performance Office 12 of effectiveness: Provided further, That the Di- measures 13 rector shall notify the Committees on Appropriations of 14 the allocation of fiscal year 2019 funding among initial after HIDTAs than 45 days later enactment of this not 15 uses and shall notify the Committees of planned of Act, 16 discretionary funding, as determined in consulta- 17 HIDTA tion 18 the HIDTA Directors, not later than 90 days with 19 after enactment of this Act: Provided further, That upon 20 a determination all part of the funds so transferred that or from this 21 are not necessary for the purposes appropriation 22 provided herein and upon notification to the Committees and 23 of the House of Representatives Appropriations the on 24 Senate, such amounts may be transferred back to this ap- 25 propriation. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

350 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 36 1 DRUG CONTROL PROGRAMS OTHER FEDERAL TRANSFERS OF 2 (INCLUDING FUNDS) drug control other authorized by the For 3 activities of National Drug Control Policy Reauthorization 4 Office Law 109-469), $118,327,000, to re- of (Public Act 5 2006 main until expended, which shall be available as available 6 follows: 7 for $100,000,000 the Communities Drug-Free Program, of $2,000,000 shall be made available as 8 which 107-82, by 4 of Public Law section as amended 9 directed 10 Public by 109-469 (21 U.S.C. 1521 note); Law 11 for drug court training and technical $2,000,000 assist- 12 ance; $9,500,000 for anti-doping activities; $2,577,000 for 13 the United States membership dues to the World Anti- and $1,250,000 shall be made available 14 Doping Agency; Public as section 1105 of by Law 109-469; and 15 directed $3,000,000, to remain available until expended, shall be 16 for 17 authorized by section 103 of Public Law activities 114-198: Provided, That amounts made available under 18 19 this heading may be transferred to other Federal depart- agencies to carry out such activities. and 20 ments UN.ANTICIPATED NEEDS 21 For expenses necessary 22 enable the President to to 23 meet unanticipated needs, in furtherance of the national 24 security, interest, defense which may arise at home or or current fiscal year, as authorized by during the 25 abroad February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

351 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 37 1 $1,000,000, to remain available until Sep- 3 U.S.C. 108, 30, tember 2 2020. 3 lNFORJ\L~TION TECHNOLOGY OVERSIGHT AND REFORM TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 4 (INCLUDING necessary expenses for the furtherance of inte- 5 For grated, secure, and effective uses of information 6 efficient, $28,500,000, in the Federal Government, to technology 7 Provided, That the Direc- remain available expended: 8 until and of Office of Management tor Budget may transfer 9 the these funds to one 10 more other agencies to carry out or 11 to meet these purposes. projects SPECL~ 12 TO THE PRESIDENT ASSISTANCE 13 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 14 For necessary expenses to enable the Vice President 15 to assistance to the President in connection with provide specially functions; services as authorized by 5 16 assigned U.S.C. 3109 and 3 U.S.C. 106, 17 subsistence ex- including 18 as authorized by 3 U.S.C. penses which shall be ex- 106, 19 pended and accounted for as provided in that section; and 20 hire passenger motor vehicles, $4,288,000. of 0FFICL~ VICE OF THE 21 PRESIDENT RESIDENCE OPERATING EXPENSES 22 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 23 24 For the care, operation, refurnishing, improvement, for, 25 to the extent not otherwise provided and heating and February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

352 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 38 lighting, electric power and fixtures, of the offi- including 1 hire Vice President; the the of passenger residence 2 of cial to and not to exceed $90,000 pursuant 3 vehicles; 3 motor 106(b)(2), U.S.C. 4 $302,000: Provided, That advances, re- or transfers from this appropriation may be payments, 5 made to 6 department any agency for expenses of car- or rying out activities. 7 such PROVISIONS-EXECUTIVE OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 8 PRESIDENT 9 FUNDS APPROPRL'\..TED TO THE AND THE PRESIDENT 10 (INCLUDING OF 11 FUNDS) TRANSFER SEC. this From funds made available in 12 Act 201. under the headings "The White House", "Executive Resi- 13 14 dence at the White House", "White House Repair and 15 Restoration", of Economic Advisers", "National "Council Security Council Homeland Security Council", "Of- 16 and fice Administration", "Special Assistance to the Presi- 17 of dent", and "Official Residence of the 18 President", the Vice 19 of the Office of Management and Budget ( or Director 20 such officer as other the may designate in writ- President 21 ing), may, with advance approval of the Committees on 22 Appropriations of House Representatives and the the of Senate, transfer not 23 exceed 10 percent of any such ap- to 24 propriation to any other appropriation, to be merged such 25 with and available for the same time and for the same February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

353 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 39 1 purposes appropriation to transferred: Pro- as the which shall the That an appropriation amount not be vided, 2 of by more than 50 percent by Pro- transfers: such increased 3 further, no amount shall be transferred from 4 That vided Assistance to 5 "Special President" or "Official Resi- the 6 of dence the President" without the approval of the Vice Vice President. 7 8 202. (a) During year 2019, any Executive SEC. fiscal order or Presidential memorandum issued or revoked 9 by 10 President be accompanied by a written statement the shall from 11 Director of the Office of Management and Budg- the and et on the budgetary impact, including costs, benefits, 12 13 of such order or memorandum. revenues, (b) 14 such statement shall include- Any (1) a narrative summary of the budgetary im- 15 pact such 16 order or memorandum on the Federal of 17 Government; 18 (2) the impact on mandatory and discretionary 19 obligations and outlays as the result of such order 20 or listed memorandum, Federal for each by agency, year in the 5-fiscal-year 21 beginning in fiscal period and 22 year 2019; 23 ( 3) the impact on revenues of the Federal Gov- order 24 as the result of such ernment or memorandum February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

354 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 40 1 5-fiscal-year period beginning in fiscal year over the 2019. 2 or an Executive order (c) Presidential memo- If 3 4 is issued during fiscal randum 2019 due to a national year 5 the Director of the Office of Management and emergency, required 6 issue the statement may by subsection Budget 7 (a) not later than 15 days after the date that such order 8 or is issued. memorandum ( for The requirement for cost estimates 9 Presi- d) dential memoranda shall only apply for Presidential 10 11 memoranda estimated to have a regulatory cost in excess 12 $100,000,000. of 13 This title may be cited as the "Executive Office of 14 2019''. President Appropriations Act, the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

355 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 41 1 TITLE III JUDICIARY THE 2 SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 3 AND EXPENSES 4 SALARIES expenses necessary for the operation of the Su- For 5 preme Court, as required by law, excluding care of the 6 building 7 grounds, including hire of passenger motor and and vehicles by 31 U.S.C. 1343 authorized 1344; not 8 as and representation $10,000 9 official reception to exceed for 10 expenses; and for miscellaneous expenses, to be expended 11 as the Chief Justice may approve, $84,703,000, of which 12 $1,500,000 remain available until expended. shall In there are appropriated such sums as may 13 addition, be necessary under current law for the salaries 14 the chief of 15 and associate justices of the court. justice CARE OF THE BUILDING AND GROUNDS 16 17 For such expenditures as may be necessary to enable out 18 of the Capitol to carry Architect the duties im- the 19 posed upon the Architect by 40 U.S.C. 6111 and 6112, expended. until to remain available 20 $15,999,000, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

356 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 42 UNITED OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL STATES COURT 1 2 CIRCUIT SAL.ARIES AND EXPENSES 3 salaries of officers and employees, and for nec- 4 For expenses 5 the court, as authorized by law, essary of $32,016,000. 6 7 there are appropriated In sums as may addition, such be necessary under current law for the salaries of the chief 8 judge 9 of the court. and judges STATES OF UNITED INTERNATIONAL TRADE COURT 10 AND EXPENSES SALARIES 11 For salaries of officers and employees of the court, 12 court, services, necessary expenses of the and as author- 13 by law, $18,882,000. ized 14 15 In there are appropriated such sums as may addition, salaries be current law for the under of the chief 16 necessary judge and judges of the 17 court. 18 OF APPEALS, DISTRICT COURTS, .AND OTHER COURTS JUDICIAL SERVICES 19 20 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 21 For the salaries of judges of the United States Court Claims, magistrate judges, and all other offi- Federal 22 of cers and employees of the Federal Judiciary not otherwise 23 the courts, provided for, necessary expenses of 24 specifically cleaning 25 the purchase, rental, repair, and and of uniforms February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

357 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 43 1 and Pretrial Services Office staff, as author- for Probation by $5,144,383,000 (including the purchase of law, 2 ized and ammunition); of which not to exceed 3 firearms 4 remain available until expended for $27,817,000 shall alteration projects and for furniture and furnishings 5 space related to new space alteration and construction projects. 6 In there are appropriated such sums as may addition, 7 the be current law for under salaries of circuit 8 necessary and district judges ( including judges of the territorial 9 courts of the United States), bankruptcy judges, and jus- 10 or tices judges retired from office 11 from regular active and 12 service. 13 In addition, for expenses of the United States Court 14 of Claims associated with processing cases under Federal the Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (Pub- 15 National lie Law 99-660), not to exceed $8,475,000, to be appro- 16 17 priated the Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust from Fund. 18 DEFENDER SERVICES 19 For 20 operation of Federal Defender organizations; the 21 the compensation and reimbursement of expenses of attor- under 18 U.S.C. 22 persons neys to represent appointed 23 and 3599, and for the compensation and reim- 3006A investigative, furnishing of expenses of persons bursement 24 au- as and other services for such representations expert, 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

358 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 44 1 law; the compensation (in accordance with the thorized by maximums 2 under U.S.C. 3006A) and reimbursement 18 expenses of attorneys appointed to assist the court in 3 of cases criminal the defendant has waived representa- 4 where tion counsel; the compensation and reimbursement of 5 by expenses of attorneys 6 to represent jurors in civil appointed the protection of their employment, as author- for 7 actions ized 28 U.S.C. 1875(d)(l); the compensation and reim- by 8 under appointed 18 of attorneys of expenses 9 bursement U.S.C. judicial in connection with certain 10 civil 983(b)(l) forfeiture proceedings; the compensation and reimburse- 11 12 ment of travel expenses of guardians ad litem appointed 13 under U.S.C. 4100(b); and for necessary training and 18 general administrative $1,150,450,000 to re- 14 expenses, available until expended. 15 main FEES OF JURORS AND COMMISSIONERS 16 For fees and expenses of jurors as authorized by 28 17 U.S.C. 1871 and 1876; compensation of jury commis- 18 19 sioners as authorized by 28 U.S.C. 1863; and compensa- commissioners appointed in condemnation cases of 20 tion pursuant to rule 71.l(h) of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro- 21 71.l(h)), $49,750,000, (28 U.S.C. Appendix Rule 22 cedure 23 remain available until expended: Provided, That the to 24 compensation of land commissioners shall not exceed the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

359 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl 45 1 of the highest rate payable under 5 U.S.C. daily equivalent 5332. 2 3 SECURITY COURT 4 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, 5 For incident to provision of protective guard services for 6 the States courthouses and other facilities housing 7 United 8 court Federal and the procurement, installa- operations, 9 and maintenance of security systems and equipment tion, for States courthouses and other facilities housing 10 United Federal court operations, including building ingress-egress 11 control, inspection of mail and packages, directed security 12 13 perimeter security, basic security services provided patrols, 14 by the Federal Protective Service, and other similar activi- 15 ties authorized by section 1010 of the Judicial Improve- as ment 100-702), Access to Justice Act (Public Law and 16 17 of which not to exceed $20,000,000 shall $607,110,000, remain available until expended, to be expended directly 18 19 or transferred to the United States Marshals Service, 20 which be responsible for administering the Judicial shall Facility Security Program consistent with standards or 21 22 guidelines agreed to by the Director of the Administrative Attorney 23 of the United States Courts and the Office Gen- 24 eral. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

360 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 46 1 THE UNITED STATES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS 2 SALARIES EXPENSES 3 AND expenses 4 the Administrative Office For necessary of the United States Courts as authorized by law, includ- 5 of of travel authorized by 31 U.S.C. 1345, hire as a pas- ing 6 by 31 U.S.C. 1343(b), authorized senger 7 vehicle as motor 8 and rent in the District of Columbia and else- advertising where, $8,500 of which not to exceed 9 is au- $92,413,000, thorized official 10 reception and representation expenses. for 11 JUDICIAL CENTER FEDERAL 12 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 13 For necessary expenses of the Federal Judicial Cen- 14 ter, authorized by Public Law 90-219, $29,819,000; as of which shall remain available through Sep- 15 $1,800,000 tember 30, 2020, to provide education and training to 16 Federal personnel; 17 and of which not to exceed court and $1,500 authorized for official reception 18 representa- is 19 tion expenses. COMMISSION UNITED STATES SENTENCING 20 21 .AND EXPENSES SALARIES For the 22 and expenses necessary to carry out salaries 23 the provisions of chapter 58 of title 28, United States $1,000 24 of which not to exceed $18,953,000, is au- Code, and representation expenses. official reception 25 thorized for February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

361 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 47 1 JUDICIARY ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS-THE TRANSFER 2 OF (INCLUDING FUNDS) Appropriations authorizations made in 301. and 3 SEC. which 4 available for salaries this title are shall expenses and 5 for services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109. be available SEC. Not to exceed 5 percent of any 302. 6 appropria- tion made available for 7 the fiscal year for the Judi- current 8 in this Act may be transferred between such appro- ciary no such appropriation, except "Courts of but priations, 9 De- Services, Judicial and Other Courts, Appeals, 10 District fender Services" and "Courts of Appeals, District 11 Courts, Fees Other Judicial Services, and of Jurors and Commis- 12 13 sioners", shall be increased by more than 10 percent by 14 any transfers: Provided, That any transfer pursuant such as to shall be treated section a reprogramming of this 15 shall under sections 604 and 608 of this Act and funds 16 not be available for obligation or expenditure except in 17 compliance procedures the 18 set forth in section 608. with SEC. 303. Notwithstanding any other provision of 19 20 law, the salaries expenses appropriation for "Courts and of Other District Courts, and 21 Judicial Services" Appeals, and representation 22 be available for official reception shall 23 expenses of the Judicial Conference of the United States: 24 That such available funds shall not exceed Provided, the $11,000 and shall be administered by the Director of 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

362 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 48 1 of the United States Courts in the Administrative Office as of the Judicial Conference. 2 capacity Secretary 304. Section 3315(a) of title 40, United States SEC. 3 Code, be applied 4 substituting "Federal" for "exec- by shall each place it appears. 5 utive" 6 305. In SEC. with 28 U.S.C. 561-569, accordance and notwithstanding 7 other provision of law, the any States Marshals Service shall provide, for such 8 United may designate in consultation courthouses its Director 9 as with the Director of the Administrative Office of the 10 11 United Courts, for purposes of a pilot program, the States 12 services that 40 U.S.C. 1315 authorizes the De- security 13 partment of Homeland Security to provide, except for the 14 services in 40 U.S.C. 1315(b)(2)(E). For build- specified ing-specific security at these courthouses, the Di- 15 services rector the Administrative Office of the United States 16 of Courts shall reimburse 17 United States Marshals Service the 18 than the Department of Homeland Security. rather 19 306. (a) Section 203(c) of_the Judicial Improve- SEC. 20 ments Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-650; U.S.C. 133 28 note), paragraph amended in the matter following 21 12- is 22 in the second sentence (relating to the Dis- (1) 23 trict of Kansas), by striking "27 years and 6 months"; and inserting "28 years and 6 24 months" 25 and February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

363 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 49 1 the sixth sentence (relating to the Dis- (2) in of by striking 2 Hawaii), trict "24 years and 6 and inserting "25 years and 6 months". 3 months" 4 406 of the Transportation, Treasury, (b) Section and Urban Development, the Judiciary, the Dis- 5 Housing Agencies and Independent Appropria- Columbia, of 6 trict 109-115; 119 Stat. 2470; tions (Public Law Act, 7 2006 in 28 note) is amended 133 the second sentence 8 U.S.C. (relating 9 the eastern District of Missouri) by striking to 10 years and 6 months" and "25 "26 years and inserting 11 6 months". 12 ( c) Section 312( c)(2) of the 21st Century Depart- 13 ment Justice Appropriations Authorization Act (Public of Law 28 U.S.C. 133 note), is amended- 14 107-273; (1) in the first sentence by striking "16 years" 15 and "17 16 years"; inserting (2) the the second sentence (relating to 17 cen- in tral District of California), by striking "15 years 18 19 and 6 months" and inserting "16 years and 6 and 20 months"; (3) in third sentence (relating to 21 west- the the North Carolina), by striking '' 14 of 22 ern district and inserting "15 years". 23 years" Appropria- ''Judiciary title may be cited as the 24 This 25 tions Act, 2019". February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

364 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 50 1 TITLE IV OF 2 COLUMBIA DISTRICT 3 FUNDS FEDERAL 4 FEDERAL PAYMENT RESIDENT TUITION SUPPORT FOR a Federal payment to the District of Columbia, 5 For be 6 into a dedicated account, for a nationwide to deposited Mayor, by the for District of to administered program 7 be Columbia resident tuition support, $40,000,000, 8 remain to 9 until expended: Provided, That such funds, in- available be eluding accrued thereon, may interest used on be- 10 any half of eligible District of Columbia residents to pay an 11 amount 12 upon the difference between in-State and based of out-of-State at public institutions 13 higher edu- tuition 14 cation, or to pay up to $2,500 each year at eligible private 15 institutions higher education: Provided further, That the of prioritized awarding funds may be such on the basis 16 of of a resident's academic merit, the income and need of 17 18 eligible and such other factors as may be author- students ized: Provided further, That the District of Columbia gov- 19 20 ernment shall maintain a dedicated account for the Resi- 21 Support Program that shall consist of the Tuition dent Federal funds appropriated to the Program in this .Act 22 bal- and subsequent appropriations, any unobligated any 23 and any interest earned in years, 24 ances from prior fiscal That 25 or any fiscal year: Provided further, this the account February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

365 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 51 1 under the control of the District of Columbia shall be Financial who shall use those funds solely 2 Officer, Chief the purposes of carrying out the Resident Tuition Sup- for 3 Provided further, That Program: Office of the port the 4 Financial Officer shall provide a quarterly financial Chief 5 report to the Committees 6 Appropriations of the House on and the Senate for these funds show- Representatives 7 of the ing, class, the expenditures made and object pur- 8 by pose therefor. 9 FEDERAL PAYMENT FOR EMERGENCY PLANNING AND 10 SECURITY 11 IN THE DISTRICT OF COL U:l\IBIA COSTS 12 a Federal payment of necessary expenses, as de- For 13 termined by the Mayor of the District of Columbia in writ- ten with the elected county or city officials consultation 14 of jurisdictions, $12,000,000, to remain surrounding 15 public until expended, for the costs of providing available 16 safety at events related to the presence of the 17 National 18 in the District Capital Columbia, including support re- of Serv- Secret by the Director of the United States quested 19 under the direction ice carrying out protective duties 20 in 21 the Secretary of Homeland Security, and for the costs of 22 of providing support to respond to immediate and specific 23 terrorist threats or attacks in the District of Columbia or 24 surrounding jurisdictions. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

366 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 52 1 TO THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FEDERAL PAYMENT 2 COURTS of expenses for the District salaries Colurn- 3 and For Courts, bia 4 be allocated as follows: for $258,394,000 to District the Columbia Court of Appeals, $14,594,000, 5 of for which to exceed $2,500 is of official reception and 6 not representation expenses; 7 the Superior Court of the for 8 of Columbia, $124,400,000, of which not to ex- District ceed is for official reception and representation ex- 9 $2,500 penses; for the District of Columbia Court System, 10 official $74,400,000, which not to exceed $2,500 is for of 11 and representation expenses; and $45,000,000, 12 reception 13 to remain available until September 30, 2020, for capital 14 improvements District of Columbia courthouse facili- for ties: Provided, funds made available for capital irn- 15 That the District shall be expended consistent with 16 provernents of Columbia Courts master plan 17 and facilities condi- study 18 assessment: Provided further, That, in addition to the tion amounts appropriated herein, fees received by the District 19 20 of Columbia Courts for administering bar examinations 21 and District of Columbia bar admissions may processing 22 retained and credited to this appropriation, to remain be 23 available until expended, for salaries and expenses associ- 24 with such activities, notwithstanding section 450 of ated 25 the District of Columbia Horne Rule Act (D.C. Official February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

367 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 53 1 Code, sec. further, 1-204.50): That Provided notwith- standing 2 other provision any law, all amounts under of heading shall be apportioned quarterly by the 3 this Office of Management Budget and obligated and expended 4 and appropriated the manner as funds in for salaries and same 5 expenses of other Federal agencies: 6 further, That Provided 7 days after providing written notice to the Committees 30 on of the House of Representatives and the 8 Appropriations Senate, the District of Columbia Courts may reallocate 9 not than $9,000,000 of the funds provided under more 10 11 heading among the items and entities funded under this 12 this heading: Provided further, That the Joint Committee 13 on Administration in the District of Columbia Judicial may, 14 regulation, establish a program substantially simi- by lar to the program set forth in subchapter II of chapter 15 5, United States Code, for employees of the 35 title 16 of 17 District Columbia Courts. of FEDERAL 18 FOR DEFENDER SERVICES IN PAYMENT 19 DISTRICT OF COLUMBL'\ COURTS 20 (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) TRANSFER For and authorized under section 11-2604 21 payments 22 11-2605, D.C. Official Code (relating to represen- section 23 tation provided under the District of Columbia Criminal 24 Act), payments for counsel appointed in pro- Justice 25 ceedings in the Family Court of the Superior Court of the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

368 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 54 1 Columbia under chapter 23 of title 16, D.C. District of pursuant to contractual agreements to Code, 2 or Official tech- ad litem representation, training, guardian 3 provide necessary and such other services as are assistance, 4 nical improve the quality 5 guardian ad litem representation, to of payments for counsel appointed in adoption proceedings 6 under 3 of title 16, D.C. Official Code, and pay- chapter 7 ments authorized 8 under section 21-2060, D.C. Official of District the under provided services (relating Code 9 to Guardianship, Protective Proceedings, 10 Columbia Du- and rable Attorney of ll Act of 1986), $46,005,000, to Power Provided, That not more remain available until expended: 12 13 than $20,000,000 in unobligated funds provided in this be transferred to and merged with funds may 14 account made available the heading "Federal Payment to 15 under be of Columbia Courts," to the available for the 16 District same period and purposes 17 funds made available under as 18 heading for capital improvements to District of that Co- 19 lumbia courthouse facilities: Provided further, That funds the by under this heading shall be administered provided 20 Joint Dis- on Judicial Administration in the 21 Committee 22 trict of Columbia: Provided further, That, notwithstanding 23 any other provision of law, this appropriation shall be ap- quarterly by the Office of Management and 24 portioned 25 Budget and obligated and expended in the same manner February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

369 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 55 1 appropriated for expenses of other Federal agen- as funds c1es. 2 SERVICES THE COURT PAYMENT .AND OF- 3 TO FEDERAL SUPERVISION AGENCY FOR THE DISTRICT 4 FENDER COL OF 5 Ul\IBIA salaries and expenses, including the transfer and 6 For Court of vehicles, of the motor Services and Offender 7 hire 8 Agency for the District of Columbia, as au- Supervision 9 by the National Capital Revitalization and Self- thorized Government Act of 1997, $256,724,000, of 10 Improvement which not to exceed $2,000 is for official reception 11 and 12 expenses related to Community Supervision representation 13 Pretrial Services Agency programs, and of which not and 14 to exceed $25,000 is for dues and assessments relating 15 to implementation of the Court Services and Offender the Supervision Interstate Supervision Act of 2002: 16 Agency Provided, That, of the funds appropriated under this head- 17 18 ing, shall be for necessary expenses of Com- $183,166,000 munity Supervision and Sex Offender Registration, to in- 19 20 elude expenses relating to the supervision of adults subject 21 to orders or the provision of services for or re- protection lated to such persons, of which $5,919,000 shall remain 22 23 available until September 30, 2021 for costs associated 24 relocation with under a replacement lease for headquarters 25 offices, field offices, and related facilities: Provided further, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

370 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 56 1 the funds appropriated under this heading, That, of the Pretrial Services shall available to $73,558,000 2 be of which $7,304,000 shall remain available until 3 Agency, 30, September for costs associated with relocation 4 2021 a replacement lease for headquarters offices, field 5 under offices, and related facilities: Provided further, That 6 not- any other provision of law, all amounts 7 withstanding 8 under heading shall be apportioned quarterly by the this Office of Management and Budget and obligated and ex- 9 10 pended the same manner as funds appropriated for sal- in aries and expenses of other Federal agencies: Provided fur- 11 12 ther, That amounts under this heading may be used for 13 programmatic for defendants to successfully incentives complete 14 of supervision. their terms PAYMENT DISTRICT THE FEDERAL OF COLUMBIA TO 15 DEFENDER SERVICE PUBLIC 16 For salaries and expenses, including 17 transfer and the 18 of motor vehicles, of the District of Columbia hire Public as authorized by the National Capital 19 Defender Service, 20 Revitalization and Self-Government Act of Improvement 1997, remain of which $4,471,000 shall 21 $45,858,000, 22 until September 30, 2021 for costs associated available 23 with relocation under a replacement lease for headquarters 24 field offices, offices, and related facilities: Provided, That 25 notwithstanding any other provision of law, all amounts February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

371 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 57 under shall be apportioned quarterly by the this 1 heading Management and Budget and obligated and ex- Office 2 of in the same 3 as funds appropriated for sal- pended manner expenses of Federal agencies. and 4 aries PAYMENT FEDERAL THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE 5 TO 6 COORDINATING COUNCIL For a Federal payment to the Criminal Justice Co- 7 ordinating 8 to remain available until Council, $2,150,000, coordination the initiatives related to to expended, 9 support of 10 resources criminal justice Federal in the Dis- local and trict of Columbia. 11 FEDERAL FOR JUDICLiU.. COMMISSIONS PAYMENT 12 For a Federal payment, to remain available until 13 30, 2020, to the Commission on Judicial Dis- 14 September 15 abilities Tenure, $295,000, and for the Judicial Nomi- and nation 16 Commission, $270,000. 17 FEDERAL PAYMENT FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT :B-,or a Federal payment for a school improvement pro- 18 gram the District of Columbia, $52,500,000, to remain in 19 available until expended, for payments authorized under 20 21 the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act (division C Public Law 112-10): Provided, That, to the extent of 22 that funds are available for opportunity scholarships and 23 24 following the priorities included in section 3006 of such make 25 the Secretary of Education shall Act, scholarships February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

372 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 58 1 students eligible under section 3013(3) of such available to (Public 2 Act 112-10; 125 Stat. 211) including stu- Law pre- any not offered a scholarship during were 3 dents who pro- funds Provided further, That within year: vious 4 school up to $1,200,000 shall for opportunity vided 5 scholarships (b) the through activities specified in sections 3007 be for 6 $500,000 3007(d) Act and up to the shall be for the of 7 Act. the in 3009 of specified activities 8 section FEDERAL PAYl\IENT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COL 9 UMBL'\. 10 GUARD NATIONAL For a Federal 11 to the District of Columbia payment 12 National Guard, $435,000, to remain available until ex- 13 pended the Major General David F. Wherley, Jr. Dis- for trict Columbia National Guard Retention and College 14 of Access Program. 15 FEDER.AL AND FOR TESTING 16 'fREATMENT OF PAYMENT HIV/AIDS 17 For a Federal payment 18 the District of Columbia to 19 for the testing of individuals for, and the treatment of in- 20 dividuals with, immunodeficiency and ac- human virus quired immunodeficiency syndrome in the District 21 Co- of 22 lumbia, $3,000,000. 23 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS 24 Local funds are appropriated for the District of Co- of 25 for the current fiscal year out lumbia the General Fund February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

373 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 59 District of Columbia ("General Fund") for pro- the 1 of heading and forth under the set ''p ART activities grams 2 OF EXPENSES" and at the rate set forth 3 .A-SUMl\L.IBY under such as included in the Fiscal Year 2019 heading, 4 submitted Act of 2018 Request to Congress by 5 Budget the District of Columbia, as amended as 6 the date of of Provided, That notwithstanding Act: 7 of this enactment as any of law, except provision provided in section 8 other 450A of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act (section 9 1-204.50a, Code), Official D.C. sections 816 and 817 of 10 11 Financial Services and General Government Appro- the 12 Act, 2009 (secs. priations 47-369.01 and 47-369.02, D.C. 13 Official Code), and provisions of this Act, the total amount this Act for operating expenses for the in 14 appropriated 2019 District for fiscal year Columbia under this head- of 15 Fiscal the in included the estimates exceed shall ing 16 not Year 2019 Budget Request Act of 2018 submitted to 17 Con- 18 by the District of gress as amended as of the Columbia, 19 date of enactment of this Act or the sum of the total reve- such 20 District of Columbia for the fiscal year: of nues Pro- vided further, rrhat the amount appropriated may be in- 21 which creased proceeds of one-time transactions, by are 22 or unanticipated operating or 23 expended for emergency 24 needs: Provided further, That such increases shall capital 25 be approved by enactment of local District law and shall February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

374 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 60 1 all reserve requirements contained in the Dis- comply with of Home Rule Act: Provided further, That trict Columbia 2 Chief Financial Officer of the District 3 Columbia the of that the steps as are take to assure shall such 4 necessary District of Columbia 5 these requirements, including meets by the Chief Financial Officer of the ap- 6 apportioning the funds made available to the District dur- and propriations 7 Offi- Financial Chief the that except 8 year fiscal ing 2019, cer may 9 reprogram for operating expenses not any funds 10 derived from bonds, notes, or other obligations issued for 11 capital projects. FEDERAL PAYMENT THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TO 12 AND SEWER AUTHORITY WATER 13 For a Federal 14 to the District of Columbia payment 15 Water and Sewer Authority, $8,000,000, to remain avail- 16 able until expended, to continue implementation of the 17 Combined Overflow Long-Term Plan: Provided, Sewer That 18 District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority the 19 provides a 100 percent match for this payment. 20 title This may be cited as the ''District of Columbia 21 Appropriations Act, 2019". February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

375 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml APPRO. SEN. 61 V TITLE 1 2 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES CONFERENCE OF UNITED STATES 3 THE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES AND 4 SALARIES necessary expenses of the Administrative Con- 5 For ference of United States, authorized by 5 U.S.C. 591 6 the seq., $3,100,000, to remain available until September et 7 30, 2020, of which re- to exceed $1,000 is for official not 8 ception and expenses. 9 representation FUTURES COMMISSION COMMODITY TRADING 10 necessary expenses 11 carry out the provisions For to of 12 Commodity Exchange Act (7 U.S.C. 1 et seq.), in- the 13 the purchase and eluding of passenger motor vehicles, hire 14 and the rental of space ( to include multiple year leases), 15 in District of Columbia and elsewhere, $268,000,000, the including to exceed $3,000 for official reception and 16 not representation expenses, and not to exceed $25,000 for 17 the 18 for consultations and meetings hosted by the expenses Commission with foreign governmental and other regu- 19 20 latory officials, of which not less than $50,000,000, to re- 21 main until September 30, 2020, shall be for the available purchase of information technology and of which not less 22 23 than $3,000,000 shall be for expenses of the Office of the 24 General: Inspector Provided, That notwithstanding the 25 limitations in 31 U.S.C. 1553, amounts provided under February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

376 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 62 1 are available for the liquidation of obligations this heading to 2 equal year payments on leases entered into current Provided the date of enactment of fur- Act: this to 3 prior recording That the ther, of for and liquidating any 4 purpose lease obligations that should have been recorded and liq- 5 uidated 6 accounts closed pursuant to 31 U.S.C. against 1552, 7 with the preceding proviso, consistent and such amounts shall be 8 to and recorded in a no-year transferred account 9 the Treasury, which has been established for in and the 10 of recording adjustments for sole liqui- purpose 11 dating such unpaid obligations. 12 CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COM1\IISSI0N 13 SALARIES EXPENSES AND For necessary of the Consumer Product 14 expenses Safety including hire of passenger motor ve- 15 Commission, hicles, services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, 16 at but 17 for individuals not to exceed the per diem rate rates equiv- 18 to the maximum alent payable under 5 U.S.C. 5376, rate 19 purchase of nominal awards to recognize non-Federal offi- 20 cials' to Commission activities, contributions not and to exceed $4,000 for 21 reception and representation ex- official 22 penses, $127,000,000, of which $800,000 shall remain 23 until expended to carry out the program, includ- available the ing administrative costs, required by section 1405 of 24 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

377 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 63 1 Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (Public Virginia Graeme 2 110-140; U.S.C. 8004). Law 15 PROVISION-CONSUMER PRODUCT 3 ADMINISTRATIVE COMMISSION SAFETY 4 501. During fiscal 5 2019, none of the SEC. year final- to used be may Act this available made amounts 6 by or the Safety Standard for Recreational implement 7 ize Off- Vehicles published 8 Highway by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in the Federal Register on November 9 10 19, (79 Fed. Reg. 68964) until 2014 after- 11 the National Academy of Sciences, m con- (1) 12 sultation with the National Highway Traffic Safety 13 Administration the Department of Defense, and determine- completes a study 14 to lateral the validity (A) the technical sta- 15 of bility 16 vehicle handling requirements and pro- 17 by such standard for purposes of reduc- posed ing the risk of Recreational Off-Highway Vehi- 18 19 cle (referred to in this section as "ROV") roll- 20 overs the off- road environment, including the in repeatability and reproducibility of testing for 21 compliance with such requirements; 22 23 (B) the number of ROV rollovers that 24 be prevented if the proposed require- would 25 ments were adopted; February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

378 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 64 1 ( there C) basis for is whether a technical proposal provide information on a point- the to 2 hangtag about a ROV's rollover resist- of-sale 3 on scale; 4 a progressive ance and the effect 5 the utility of ROV s used (D) on by 6 United States military if the proposed the and were adopted; 7 requirements (2) report containing the results of the study 8 a completed under paragraph ( 1) is 9 to- delivered 10 the Committee on Commerce, Science, (A) and Transportation of the Senate; 11 Com- and the Committee on Energy (B) 12 merce of House of Representatives; 13 the C) Committee the on Appropriations of ( 14 the Senate; and 15 16 the Committee on Appropriations of (D) 17 House of Representatives. the ELECTION 18 COMJHISSION ASSISTANCE 19 SALARIES Al~D EXPENSES 20 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 21 For expenses to carry out the Help Amer- necessary Law 107-252), $9,200,000, 22 Vote Act of 2002 (Public ica 23 of which $1,250,000 shall be transferred to the National election of Standards and Technology for Institute reform 24 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

379 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 65 1 under the Help America Vote Act of activities authorized 2002. 2 3 COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION FEDERAL 4 SALARIES AND EXPENSES necessary expenses of the Federal Communica- 5 For tions Commission, authorized by law, including uni- 6 as forms 7 allowances therefor, as authorized by 5 U.S.C. and 5901-5902; not to exceed and for official reception $4,000 8 representation expenses; and hire of motor vehi- 9 purchase cles; counsel fees; and services as authorized by 10 special 5 U.S.C. 3109, $339,000,000, 11 remain available until to Provided, That $339,000,000 of offsetting col- 12 expended: 13 shall be assessed and collected pursuant to section lections be shall 1934, of the Communications Act I of title 14 9 of retained and for necessary expenses and shall remain 15 used until expended: 16 available Provided further, That the sum herein appropriated shall be reduced 17 such offsetting as 18 are received during fiscal year 2019 so as to collections result in a final fiscal year 2019 appropriation estimated 19 20 at $0: Provided further, That any offsetting collections re- 21 ceived excess of $339,000,000 in fiscal year 2019 shall in not be available for obligation: 22 Provided further, That re- 23 maining offsetting collections from prior years collected in collection 24 the amount specified for of in each such excess 25 year and otherwise becoming available on October 1, 2018, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

380 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 66 1 be available for obligation: Provided further, shall not notwithstanding U.S.C. 309(j)(S)(B), proceeds That, 2 47 the use of a competitive bidding system that may 3 from retained and made available for obligation shall not ex- 4 be $130,284,000 for fiscal year 2019: Provided further, 5 ceed That, of the amount 6 under this heading, not appropriated 7 than $11,064,000 shall be for the salaries and ex- less penses of Office of Inspector General. the 8 ADJHINISTR.A._TIVE PROVISION-FEDERAL .. 9 COJ\IMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 10 SEC. None 11 of the funds appropriated by this A.ct 510. may be used by the Federal Communications Commission 12 13 to modify, amend, or change its rules or regulations for 14 universal support payments to implement the Feb- service ruary 2004 recommendations of the Federal-State 15 27, Joint Board on Universal Service regarding single connec- 16 17 tion primary line restrictions on universal service sup- or port payments. 18 19 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 20 OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL 21 For expenses of the Office of Inspector necessary 22 General in carrying out the provisions of the Inspector 23 General A.ct of 1978, $42,982,000, to be derived from the 24 Insurance Fund or, only when appropriate, the Deposit 25 FSLIC Resolution Fund. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

381 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 67 FEDERAL COl\IMISSION ELECTION 1 AND 2 EXPENSES SALARIES expenses carry out the provisions For 3 necessary to Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, the 4 of 5 which not to exceed $5,000 shall be avail- $71,250,000, of and representation expenses. reception able for 6 LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY FEDERAL 7 SALARIES 8 EXPENSES .AND 9 necessary expenses to carry out functions of the For Federal Relations Authority, pursuant to Reorga- 10 Labor nization Plan Numbered 2 of 1978, and the Civil Service 11 12 Reform of 1978, including services authorized by 5 Act 13 3109, and including hire of experts and consult- U.S.C. 14 ants, hire of passenger motor vehicles, and including offi- cial reception representation expenses (not to exceed 15 and in and of conference rooms $1,500) the District of 16 rental Columbia and elsewhere, $26,200,000: 17 That Provided, 18 members of the Federal Service Impasses Panel public per may paid travel expenses and 19 diem in lieu of sub- be 20 sistence as authorized by law (5 U.S.C. 5703) for persons 21 employed in the Government service, and intermittently 22 as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109: Provided compensation 23 further, That, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302, funds re- 24 from fees charged to non-Federal participants ceived at 25 labor-management relations conferences shall be credited February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

382 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 68 to with this account, to be available without and 1 merged these appropriation costs of carrying out the further for 2 conferences. 3 TRADE 4 FEDERAL COMMISSION SALARIES EXPENSES 5 AND necessary Com- of the Federal Trade For 6 expenses or allowances therefor, as au- mission, uniforms 7 including authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5901-5902; services as thorized 8 5 U.S.C. hire of passenger motor vehicles; and by 3109; 9 10 exceed $2,000 for official reception and representa- not to tion expenses, $309,700,000, to remain available until ex- 11 pended: That not to exceed $300,000 shall be Provided, 12 available for use to contract with a person or persons for 13 in accordance with the terms of 31 collection services 14 15 U.S.C. Provided further, That, notwithstanding any 3718: exceed other law, not to of $136,000,000 of off- 16 provision setting collections derived from fees collected 17 for 18 notification filings under the Hart-Scott-Ro- premerger 19 Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (15 U.S.C. dino retained be shall collection, the year of of regardless 20 18a), and this for necessary expenses in 21 appropriation: used Provided further, That, notwithstanding any other provi- 22 23 sion of law, not to exceed $17,000,000 in offsetting collec- 24 derived from fees sufficient to implement tions and enforce the the Telemarketing Sales Rule, promulgated under 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

383 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 69 1 Consumer Fraud and Abuse Preven- Telemarketing and be et seq.), shall credited to this 6101 Act U.S.C. tion 2 (15 3 account, retained and used for necessary expenses and be 4 this in Provided further, That the sum here- appropriation: in appropriated from the general fund shall be reduced 5 6 as offsetting collections are received during fiscal such a final year as to result in so fiscal year 2019 appro- 2019, 7 fund not the general than estimated at more from 8 priation $156,700,000: funds further, That none of the 9 Provided the Federal Trade Commission may be 10 available to made 11 used to implement subsection (e)(2)(B) of section 43 of Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1831t). Federal 12 the GENERAL SERVICES 13 ADMINISTRATION PROPERTY ACTIVITIES REAL 14 FEDER.AL BUILDINGS FUND 15 Lll\IITATIONS ON AV AIL.ABILITY OF REVENUE 16 (INCLUDING FUNDS) OF 17 TRANSFERS Amounts collec- the Fund, including revenues and 18 in shall the Fund, be available for nec- into 19 tions deposited 20 essary expenses of real property management and related not activities provided for, including operation, 21 otherwise and protection of federally owned and leased 22 maintenance, 23 buildings; rental of buildings in the District of Columbia; 24 of leased premises; moving governmental agen- restoration 25 cies (including space adjustments and telecommunications February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

384 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 70 1 in connection with the assignment, al- relocation expenses) and of space; contractual services inci- transfer location, 2 to cleaning or servicing buildings, 3 dent repair moving; and alteration of federally owned buildings, including 4 and approaches, and appurtenances; care and safe- grounds, 5 guarding of sites; maintenance, preservation, 6 demolition, 7 equipment; buildings and sites by pur- of and acquisition condemnation, or as otherwise authorized by law; 8 chase, and sites; con- to purchase 9 acquisition of options buildings 10 and extension of federally owned buildings; pre- version 11 planning and design of projects by contract or liminary 12 otherwise; construction of new buildings (including equip- 13 ment such buildings); and payment of principal, inter- for est, any other obligations for public buildings acquired 14 and by installment purchase and purchase contract; in the ag- 15 16 gregate of $9,285,082,000, of which- amount (1) remain shall 17 available until $958,900,000 18 for construction and acquisition (including expended 19 funds for sites and expenses, and associated design 20 and services) as follows: construction (A) for shall be 21 the Depart- $767,900,000 ment of Transportation Lease Purchase Option, 22 23 Washington, District of Columbia; 24 $191,000,000 shall be for (B) the Calexico 25 West Land Port of Entry, Calexico, California: February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

385 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 71 Provided, each of the foregoing limits of costs That 1 acquisition projects may be and new construction 2 on to exceeded 3 that savings are effected in the extent other such but not to exceed 10 percent of 4 projects, amounts included in a transmitted prospectus, if 5 the 6 unless advance approval is obtained from required, 7 Committees on of a greater the Appropriations amount; 8 9 $663,219,000 shall remam available until (2) expended for repairs and alterations, 10 asso- including 11 design and construction services, of which- ciated 12 $276,837,000 is for Major Repairs and (A) 13 Alterations; 14 (B) $356,382,000 is for Basic Repairs and 15 Alterations; and (C) $30,000,000 for Special Emphasis 16 1s Programs Fire and Life Safety: 17 for Provided, That funds made available in this 18 any or 19 Act in the Federal Buildings Fund for previous Re- 20 pairs and Alterations shall, for prospectus projects, 21 be limited to the amount identified for each project, 22 except project in this or each previous may any Act be increased by 23 amount not to exceed 10 percent an 24 unless advance approval is obtained from the Com- 25 mittees on Appropriations of a greater amount: Pro- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

386 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 72 1 That additional for which further, vided projects may be fund- been have approved prospectuses 2 fully under this category only if is approval advance ed 3 from 4 obtained Committees on Appropriations: the further, 5 the amounts provided in this Provided That may any prior Act for "Repairs and Alterations" or 6 be used to fund costs associated with implementing 7 security improvements buildings necessary to 8 to the meet standards for security in accord- 9 minimum ance with current law and in 10 with the re- compliance 11 guidelines of the appropriate Commit- programming tees 12 the House and Senate: Provided further, That of 13 the difference between the funds appropriated and 14 expended any projects in this or any prior Act, on under the "Repairs and Alterations", may 15 heading be to Basic Repairs and Alterations or 16 transferred used to fund authorized increases 17 prospectus in 18 Provided further, That the amount provided projects: for in or any prior Act 19 Basic Repairs and Alter- this 20 ations may be to pay claims against the Gov- used 21 arising from any projects under the heading ernment author- "Repairs and Alterations" or used to fund 22 ized increases in prospectus projects; 23 24 (3) $5,418,845,000 for rental of space to re- and until expended; 25 available main February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

387 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 73 1 $2,244,118,000 for building operations to ( 4) available remain 2 expended: Provided, That the until amount of funds made available from this 3 total Fund to General Services Administration shall the 4 of 5 for expenses be any construction, re- not available pair, alteration and acquisition project for which a 6 required by 40 U.S.C. 3307(a), has if prospectus, 7 not been except that necessary funds may 8 approved, expended for each project for required expenses 9 be for 10 development a proposed prospectus: the Pro- of vided the That funds available in 11 Federal further, 12 Fund may be expended for emergency re- Buildings 13 pairs when advance approval is obtained from the 14 Committees Appropriations: Provided further, on That amounts to provide reimbursable 15 necessary under 40 U.S.C. services special other agencies 16 to 592(b)(2) and amounts to provide 17 reimbursable such 18 lighting, guard booths, and other facilities fencing, 19 private or other property not in Government own- on enable to appropriate be as may control or 20 ership the its States Secret Service to perform 21 pro- United pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 3056, shall tective functions 22 23 be available from such revenues and collections: Pro- 24 further, That revenues and collections and any vided 25 other sums accruing to this Fund during fiscal year February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

388 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 74 1 reimbursements 2019, excluding U.S.C. under 40 the aggregate new excess 2 592(b)(2), of m authorized for Real Property authority 3 obligational of 4 Federal Buildings Fund in this Act Activities the shall in the Fund and remain not be available 5 shall 6 expenditure except as authorized in appropria- for 7 Acts. tions GENERAL ACTIVITIES 8 POLICY 9 GOVERNl\IENT-WIDE expenses authorized by 10 not otherwise pro- For law, vided for, 11 Government-wide policy and evaluation ac- for 12 associated with tivities the of real and per- management 13 sonal property assets and certain administrative services; 14 Government-wide support responsibilities relating to policy acquisition, travel, vehicles, information technology 15 motor related technology activities; and serv- and management, 16 ices as 17 by 5 U.S.C. 3109; $60,000,000. authorized 18 EXPENSES OPER..~TING For expenses 19 by law, not otherwise pro- authorized 20 vided for, for Government-wide activities associated with 21 utilization donation of surplus personal property; dis- and 22 of real property; agency-wide policy direction, man- posal 23 agement, and communications; and services as authorized is 3109; $49,440,000, of which $26,890,000 5 U.S.C. by 24 and Personal Property Management and Dis- 25 for Real February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

389 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 75 1 for the Office posal; $22,550,000 is of Administrator, the is to exceed $7,500 not for official reception and of which 2 expenses. 3 representation BOARD CONTRACT APPEALS OF CIVILIAN 4 expenses authorized by law, not otherwise pro- 5 For the Civilian for 6 activities associated with vided for, the of Contract Appeals, $9,301,000. Board 7 OFFICE INSPECTOR GENER.AI.1 8 OF For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector 9 service authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, and General 10 11 Provided, That not to exceed $50,000 shall $65,000,000: 12 be available for payment for information and detection of 13 fraud the Government, including payment for re- against Provided further, covery stolen Government property: 14 of That not to exceed $2,500 shall 15 available for awards be Federal citizens private and agencies to other of employees 16 17 in recognition of efforts and initiatives resulting in en- 18 hanced of Inspector General effectiveness. Office ALLOWANCES 19 OFFICE STAFF FOR FORMER AND 20 PRESIDENTS 21 For carrying out the provisions of the Act of August Law (3 U.S.C. 102 note), and Public 95-138, 1958 25, 22 23 $4,796,000. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

390 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 76 1 SERVICES FUND FEDERAL CITIZEN TRANSFER 2 OF (INCLUDING FUNDS) expenses of necessary Office of Products and For 3 the including services authorized by 40 U.S.C. 323 4 Programs, 44 5 3604; and for necessary expenses in sup- and U.S.C. of interagency projects that enable the Federal Gov- 6 port ernment to enhance 7 ability to conduct activities elec- its through the development and implementation of 8 tronically, innovative of information technology; $55,000,000, to 9 uses be deposited into the Federal Citizen Services Fund: Pro- 10 vided, That the previous amount may be transferred to l l the 12 to carry out agencies purpose of the Federal Federal 13 Citizen Services Fund: Provided further, That the appro- 14 priations, reimbursements, and collections de- revenues, available posited Fund shall be the until expended for 15 into necessary expenses of Federal Citizen Services and other 16 activities 17 enable the Federal Government to enhance that 18 ability to conduct activities electronically in the aggre- its 19 gate amount not to exceed $100,000,000: Provided fur- 20 ther, appropriations, revenues, reimbursements, and That during collections 21 this Fund accruing fiscal year 2019 to 22 in excess of such amount shall remain in the Fund and as 23 be available for expenditure except not authorized shall Provided further, That the transfer in appropriations Acts: 24 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

391 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 77 1 herein shall be m addition to any authorities provided transfer in provided other this Act. 2 authority MODERNIZATION TECHNOLOGY 3 FUND 4 For the Technology Modernization Fund, 5 to remain available until expended, for tech- $25,000,000, 6 modernization activities. nology-related ASSET AND SPACE l\LillAGEMENT FUND 7 PROCEEDS For 8 out the purposes of the Federal Assets carrying 114-287), Law and Transfer Act of 2016 (Public Sale 9 $25,000,000, be deposited into the Asset Proceeds and 10 to Space Management Fund, 11 remain available until ex- to 12 pended. 13 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW IMPROVEMENT FUND 14 For necessary expenses of the Environmental Review 15 Fund established pursuant to 42 U.S.C. Improvement 16 4370m-8(d), $6,070,000, to remain available until ex- 17 pended. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

392 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 78 1 SERVICES ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS-GENERAL 2 ADMINISTRATION OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING 3 TRANSFER Funds 520. to the General Services SEC. 4 available shall be available 5 Administration for hire passenger the of vehicles. motor 6 7 Funds in SEC. Federal Buildings Fund 521. the made available for fiscal year 2019 for 8 Buildings Federal activities may be transferred between such activities Fund 9 only the extent necessary to meet program require- 10 to ments: Provided, That any proposed transfers shall be ap- 11 proved 12 advance by the Committees on Appropriations in 13 the House of Representatives and the Senate. of 14 SEC. 522. Except as otherwise provided in this title, 15 funds available by this Act shall be used to transmit made a fiscal 2020 request for United States Courthouse 16 year construction only if the request: ( 1) meets the design 17 guide 18 for construction as established and approved by standards the General Services Administration, the Judicial Con- 19 Manage- of Office the United States, and the of ference 20 priorities ment (2) reflects the Budget; of the Judicial 21 and 22 of the United States as set out in its approved Conference 23 Courthouse Project Priorities plan; and (3) includes a study of each facility 24 courtroom utilization standardized 25 to be constructed, replaced, or expanded. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

393 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 79 1 None of the funds provided in this Act may SEC. 523. occupiable used the amount of increase square feet, be 2 to cleaning services, security enhancements, or 3 provide any other 4 provided through the Federal Build- usually service not Fund, any agency that does per pay the rate to ings 5 square foot assessment 6 space and services as deter- for the General Services Administration in consider- 7 by mined 1972 Public Buildings Amendments Act of the ation 8 of (Public Law 92-313). 9 SEC. 524. From funds made available 10 the under 11 Federal Buildings Fund, Limitations on Avail- heading the Government of less 12 of Revenue, claims against ability 13 than $250,000 arising from direct construction projects and of buildings may be liquidated from sav- acquisition 14 ings in other construction projects with prior noti- 15 effected fication to the Committees on Appropriations of the House 16 of the and 17 Senate. Representatives SEC. the In any case in which 18 Committee on 525. Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Rep- 19 20 resentatives and the Committee on Environment and Pub- 21 lie of the Senate adopt a resolution granting lease Works authority 22 pursuant to a prospectus transmitted to Con- 23 gress by the Administrator of the General Services Admin- 24 under 40 U.S.C. 3307, the Administrator shall istration 25 ensure that the delineated area of procurement is identical February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

394 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl 80 1 delineated area included in the prospectus for all to the that, if the Administrator deter- agreements, 2 except lease that the delineated area of the procurement should mines 3 pro- the delineated area included in the identical to not 4 be spectus, the Administrator shall provide an explanatory 5 statement to each of such 6 and the Committees committees the House of Representatives and the 7 Appropriations of on provided Senate exercising any lease authority to in 8 prior the resolution. 9 SEC. 526. With respect to each project funded 10 under 11 heading "Major Repairs and Alterations" or "Judici- the 12 Capital Security Program", and with respect to E- ary 13 Government projects funded under the heading "Federal 14 Citizen Fund", the Administrator of General Services Services shall a spending plan and explanation for 15 submit the project be undertaken to each Committees on Ap- 16 to propriations of the 17 of Representatives and the Sen- House 18 not later than 60 days after the ate of enactment date 19 of this Act. 20 SEC. 527. The Administrator of General Services 21 shall a report to the Committees on Appropriations submit of Senate and House the Representatives not later than 22 of 23 30 days following implementation of the initiative estab- 24 lished (c)(2) of Section 846 under the National Defense of Law 115- Act for Fiscal Year 2018 (Public 25 Authorization February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

395 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 81 1 U.S.C. 1901 note) containing a 91; 41 analysis market implementation strategy related an the require- to and 2 under subparagraph (h) of Section 846. The report 3 ments 4 strategies and processes for proper govern- shall address safeguards to data management and privacy for in- 5 ment corporation into 6 implementation of Section 846 to en- the 7 a competitive environment. sure HARRY TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION 8 S 9 SALARIES .AND EXPENSES For payment to the Harry S Truman Scholarship 10 11 Foundation Fund, established by section 10 of Pub- Trust 12 Law 93-642, $1,000,000, to remain available until ex- lie 13 pended. 14 MERIT PROTECTION BOARD SYSTEMS S.AhillIES AND 15 EXPENSES TRANSFER FUNDS) (INCLUDING OF 16 necessary expenses 17 carry out functions of the For to Merit Systems Protection Board 18 to Reorganiza- pursuant 19 Plan Numbered 2 of 1978, the Civil Service Reform tion and the Whistleblower Protection Act of Act of 1978, 20 21 1989 (5 U.S.C. 5509 note), including services as author- conference 3109, rental of 5 U.S.C. rooms in the by 22 ized District of Columbia and elsewhere, hire of passenger 23 and motor vehicles, direct procurement of survey printing, 24 reception 25 to exceed $2,000 for official not and representa- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

396 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 82 1 $44,490,000, to remain available until Sep- tion expenses, and in addition not to exceed 30, tember 2 2020, to remain available until September 30, 2020, 3 $2,345,000, administrative for to adjudicate retirement ap- 4 expenses to peals transferred from the Civil Service Retirement 5 be and Disability Fund in amounts determined by Merit the 6 Systems Protection 7 Board. K. AND STEWART L. UDALL MORRIS UDALL 8 FOUNDATION 9 10 UDALL AND STEWART L. UDALL TRUST FUND l\IORRIS K. (INCLUDING 11 OF FUNDS) TRANSFER 12 payment to the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. For the Udall Fund, pursuant to Trust Morris K. Udall and 13 14 Stewart L. Udall Foundation Act (20 U.S.C. 5601 et 15 seq.), to remain available until expended, of $1,875,000, which, sections 8 16 notwithstanding and 9 of such Act: (1) up to $50,000 shall be used to conduct financial audits 17 18 pursuant the Accountability of Tax Dollars Act of 2002 to (Public 19 Law 107-289); and (2) up to $1,000,000 shall sec- by authorized activities carry out the to available 20 be tion 817(a) of Public Law 102-259 and section 21 of 6(7) Law 106-568 (20 U.S.C. 5604(7)): Provided, That Public 22 23 of the total amount made available under this heading 24 shall be transferred to the Office of Inspector $200,000 25 General of the Department of the Interior, to remain February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

397 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 83 1 expended, for audits and investigations of available until Morris Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation, the K. 2 with the Inspector General Act of 1978 (5 3 consistent App.). U.S.C. 4 DISPUTE FUND 5 RESOLUTION ENVIRONMENTAL payment to 6 Environmental Dispute Resolu- For the tion 7 to carry Fund activities authorized in the Envi- out 8 Policy and Conflict Resolution Act of 1998, ronmental $3,200,000, to available until expended. 9 remain ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION 10 NATIONAL OPERATING EXPENSES 11 For necessary expenses in connection with the admin- 12 13 of the National Archives and Records Adminis- istration 14 tration and archived Federal records and related activities, 15 as by law, and for expenses necessary for the re- provided view of declassification of documents, the activities 16 and the Board, Interest Declassification 17 the operations Public 18 maintenance of the electronic records archives, the and 19 hire of passenger motor vehicles, and for uniforms or al- by law (5 U.S.C. 5901), 20 authorized lowances as therefor, including maintenance, repairs, and cleaning, 21 22 $373,000,000. 23 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 24 For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector of in carrying out the provisions General the Inspector 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

398 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 84 1 Act of 2008, Public Law 110-409, 122 General Reform 2 4302-16 and the Inspector General Act Stat. of (2008), (5 App.), 1978 3 U.S.C. the hire for passenger motor and of 4 vehicles, $4,823,000. REPAIRS AND RESTORATION 5 For 6 repair, alteration, and improvement of ar- the and to provide adequate storage for hold- chives 7 facilities, ings, $7,500,000, to remain available 8 expended. until 9 HISTORIGA.L PUBLICATIONS .. A.ND NATIONAL RECORDS COMMISSION 10 GRANTS PROGRAM 11 12 For necessary expenses for allocations and grants for 13 historical and records as authorized by 44 publications until ex- $6,000,000, to remain available 14 U.S.C. 2504, pended. 15 NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION 16 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT REYOLVING LOAN FUND 17 18 For the Community Development Revolving Loan 19 program as authorized by 42 U.S.C. 9812, 9822 Fund September and 9910, $2,000,000 shall be available until 20 des- 30, 2020, for technical assistance to low-income 21 22 ignated credit unions. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

399 U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 85 1 ETHICS OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT EXPENSES AND SALARIES 2 expenses to carry 3 functions of the For necessary out of Government Ethics pursuant to the Ethics in 4 Office Act Act the Ethics Reform 1978, of 1989, 5 of Government the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act of and 6 by 5 U.S.C. 3109, as authorized 7 including services 2012, rental conference rooms in of District of Columbia and the 8 and elsewhere, passenger motor vehicles, of not to ex- 9 hire ceed $1,500 for official reception 10 representation ex- and 11 $17,019,000. penses, OFFICE OF 12 MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL 13 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 14 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF TRUST FUNDS) 15 For expenses to carry out functions of the necessary Office Personnel Management ( OPM) pursuant to Re- 16 of organization Plan Numbered 2 of 1978 and the Civil Serv- 17 18 ice Act of 1978, including services as authorized Reform examinations 19 U.S.C. 3109; medical 5 performed for by 20 veterans by private physicians on a fee basis; rental of con- 21 ference rooms the District of Columbia and elsewhere; in not to exceed $2,500 for 22 hire passenger motor vehicles; of 23 official reception and representation expenses; advances 24 reimbursements to applicable funds of OPM for and the 25 Federal Bureau of Investigation for expenses incurred February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

400 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 86 1 Order No. 10422 of January 9, 1953, under Executive payment of per diem and/or subsistence and amended; as 2 to employees where Voting Rights Act activities 3 allowances an employee to remain overnight at his or her post require 4 duty, $132,172,000: Provided, of of the total amount 5 That made available under this heading, not 6 exceed to until September 30, available 7 shall remain $14,000,000 2020, for technology 8 information mod- infrastructure Federal 9 Fund ernization Financial System mi- and Trust gration or modernization, and shall be in l O to funds addition 11 made available for such purposes: Provided fur- otherwise amount 12 of the total That made available under this ther, 13 heading, $639,018 may be made available for strength- and capabilities of the acquisition work- the capacity 14 ening (as of by the Office force Federal Procurement 15 defined 4001 Policy amended ( 41 U.S.C. as et seq.)), includ- 16 Act, ing the recruitment, hiring, training, and retention of such 17 workforce information technology in support of acqui- and 18 sition workforce effectiveness or for management solutions 19 and in addition acquisition management; 20 to improve 21 $133,483,000 administrative expenses, to be trans- for ferred 22 the appropriate trust funds of OPM without from 23 regard to other statutes, including direct procurement of materials, for the retirement and insurance pro- printed 24 25 grams: Provided further, That the provisions of this appro- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

401 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 87 1 not affect the authority to use applicable priation shall funds by sections 8348(a)(l)(B), as trust provided 2 9004(f)(2)(A) of title 8958(f)(2)(A), 8988(f)(2)(A), 3 and United States Code: 4 further, That no part of 5, Provided and ex- be available appropriation salaries this shall 5 for penses of the Legal Examining Unit of 6 established OPM 7 to Executive No. 9358 of July 1, 1943, pursuant Order unit of like purpose: Provided further, or successor 8 any That the President's Commission on 9 House Fel- White 10 established by Executive Order No. 11183 of Octo- lows, fiscal 11 1964, may, during 3, year 2019, accept dona- ber 12 tions of money, property, and personal services: Provided 13 further, such donations, including those from prior That development years, used for the be of publicity mate- 14 may rials to provide information about the White House Fel- 15 16 lows, that no such donations shall be accepted for except expenses, 17 reimbursement of travel or or for the sala- travel 18 ries of employees of such Commission. 19 OFFICE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF SALARIES EXPENSES 20 AND (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF TRUST FUNDS) 21 For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector 22 23 General in carrying out the provisions of the Inspector 24 Act of 1978, including services as authorized by General 25 5 U.S.C. 3109, hire of passenger motor vehicles, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

402 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 88 1 $5,000,000, addition, in exceed $25,265,000 not and to and pro- expenses administrative investigate, audit, 2 to for oversight of other 3 vide of Personnel the Office Manage- 4 and insurance programs, to be trans- ment's retirement of ferred appropriate trust funds the the Office of 5 from 6 Management, as determined by the Inspector Personnel 7 General: That the General is author- Provided, Inspector the to ized rooms in rent District of Columbia 8 conference and elsewhere. 9 OFFICE 10 SPECIAL COUNSEL OF 11 SALARIES EXPENSES .AND For necessary expenses 12 carry out functions of the to 13 Office of Special Counsel pursuant to Reorganization Plan 14 Numbered of 1978, the Civil Service Reform Act of 2 1978 Law 95-454), the Whistleblower Protection (Public 15 Public by amended as Law 101-12) (Public of Act 16 1989 Law 107-304, the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement 17 Act of 2012 (Public Law 112-199), and the Uniformed 18 of Act Rights and Reemployment Employment Services 19 1994 Law 103-353), including services as author- (Public 20 ized by 21 3109, payment of fees and expenses for 5 U.S.C. 22 witnesses, rental of conference rooms in the District of Co- vehi- 23 and elsewhere, and hire of passenger motor lumbia 24 cles; $26,535,000. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

403 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 89 1 COMMISSION POSTAL REGULATORY AND 2 EXPENSES SALARIES OF 3 FUNDS) TR.A1~SFER (INCLUDING expenses 4 the Postal Regulatory For necessary of 5 carrying out the provisions of the Postal Commission in Accountability and Enhancement Act (Public Law 109- 6 435), $15,200,000, to be derived by transfer from 7 the 8 Service Fund and expended as authorized by sec- Postal tion 603(a) such Act. 9 of PRIVACY CIVIL LIBERTIES OVERSIGHT BOARD 10 AND SALARIES AND EXPENSES 11 For necessary expenses of the Privacy and Civil Lib- 12 13 Oversight Board, as authorized by section 1061 of erties 14 the Intelligence Reform and rrerrorism Prevention Act of 15 2004 U.S.C. 2000ee), $5,000,000, to remain available (42 until 30, 2020. 16 September 17 SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION SAL.ARIES .AND EXPENSES 18 For necessary expenses for the Securities and Ex- 19 change Commission, including services as authorized by 20 21 5 U.S.C. 3109, the rental of space (to include multiple year in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, and leases) 22 not to exceed $3,500 for official reception and representa- 23 24 tion expenses, $1,674,902,000, to remain available until $15,206,000 expended; of which not less than 25 shall be for February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

404 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 90 1 of Inspector General; of which not to exceed the Office permanent secretariat for shall available for a 2 $75,000 be International Organization of Securities Commissions; the 3 and which not to exceed $100,000 shall be available of 4 meetings for consultations and expenses hosted by the 5 for Commission with foreign governmental and other regu- 6 their delegations and staffs to latory of 7 members officials, exchange views securities matters, such ex- 8 concerning penses include necessary logistic and administrative ex- 9 to penses and the expenses of Commission 10 and foreign staff 11 in attendance including: (1) incidental expenses invitees and such meals; (2) travel 12 transportation; and (3) re- as 13 lated lodging or subsistence; and of which not less than 14 $75,081,000 be for the Division of Economic and shall Risk Analysis. 15 addition to the 16 appropriation, for costs In foregoing associated with relocation under a replacement lease for 17 the 18 New York regional office facilities, not Commission's 19 exceed $37,189,000, to remain available until expended: to rate Provided, That for purposes of calculating the fee 20 21 section 31 (j) of the Securities Exchange Act of under 22 1934 U.S.C. 78ee(j)) for (15 year 2019, all amounts fiscal 23 appropriated under this heading shall be deemed to be the 24 appropriation to the Commission for fiscal regular year 25 2019: Provided further, That fees and charges authorized February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

405 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 91 1 31 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 by section 78ee) 2 credited to this account as offsetting shall be U.S.C. further, That not to exceed Provided 3 collections: of such offsetting collections 4 be $1,674,902,000 shall available expended for necessary expenses of this ac- 5 until and not to exceed $37,189,000 of such offsetting 6 count 7 shall be available until expended for costs collections under this heading with relocation under a replace- 8 associated ment for the Commission's New York regional office 9 lease facilities: Provided further, That the total 10 appro- amount 11 under this heading from the general fund for fiscal priated such 12 shall be reduced as 2019 offsetting fees are re- year 13 ceived so as to result in a final total fiscal year 2019 ap- 14 propriation general fund estimated at not more from the $0: any further, That if than amount of the ap- Provided 15 for costs associated with relocation under a re- propriation 16 placement lease for the Commission's New York regional 17 office is subsequently de-obligated by the Com- facilities 18 mission, such amount that was derived from the general 19 returned to the general fund, and such be 20 fund shall 21 amounts were derived from fees or assessments col- that paid lected such purpose shall be 22 to each national secu- for 23 rities exchange and national securities association, respec- by fees proportion to any in or assessments paid 24 tively, 25 such national securities exchange or national securities as- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

406 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 92 section 31 of the Securities Exchange Act under 1 sociation 1934 (15 U.S.C. in fiscal year 2019. 78ee) 2 of SYSTEM SERVICE SELECTIVE 3 AND EXPENSES 4 SALARIES necessary expenses of the Selective Service Sys- 5 For tern, expenses of attendance at meetings and of 6 including training for uniformed personnel 7 to the Selective assigned 8 System, as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 4101-4118 for Service civilian hire of passenger motor vehicles; serv- employees; 9 5 not and by exceed U.S.C. 3109; to authorized ices 10 as $750 representation official reception and 11 expenses; for Provided, That during the current fiscal 12 $26,000,000: 13 year, the President may exempt this appropriation from 14 provisions 31 U.S.C. 1341, whenever the President the of the such to be necessary in deems interest of na- 15 action funds the Provided further, That none of defense: 16 tional for by Act may 17 expended this or in con- appropriated be nection with the induction of any person into the Armed 18 the United States. 19 Forces of 20 ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS SMALL SALARIES AND EXPENSES 21 For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, 22 hire of Small Business Administration, including the of 23 by sections 1343 vehicles as authorized 24 passenger motor States and of title 31, United 1344 Code, and not to ex- 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

407 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 93 1 for official reception and representation ex- ceed $3,500 $267,500,000, which not less than $12,000,000 2 of penses, other and for reviews, available be shall 3 examinations, oversight activities: 4 lender the That Adminis- Provided, is authorized to charge 5 to cover the cost of pub- trator fees Administration, Business by the Small developed 6 lications 7 certain loan activities, including fees author- and program Small by 5 (b) of the ized Business Act: Provided 8 section further, That, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302, revenues 9 10 received all such activities shall be credited to this from account, available remain 11 until expended, for carrying to further appropriations: Pro- out these purposes without 12 13 vided further, That the Small Business Administration 14 may gifts in an amount not to exceed $4,000,000 accept and co-sponsor activities, each in accordance with sec- may 15 108-447, Law during division K of Public 132(a) tion 16 of fiscal That 2019: Provided further, 17 $6,100,000 shall year 18 available for the Loan Modernization and Accounting be 19 System, to be available until September 30, 2020: Pro- 20 vided That $3,000,000 shall be for the Federal further, and State Technology Partnership Program under section 21 22 34 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 657d). 23 DKVELOPMENT PROGRAl\IS ENTREPRENEURIAL 24 For necessary expenses of programs supporting en- development, 25 and small business trepreneurial February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

408 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 94 1 remain available until September 30, $247,700,000, to to Provided, shall be available $131,000,000 That 2020: 2 fund 3 performance in fiscal year 2019 grants fiscal for or year as authorized by section 2020 of the Small Busi- 4 21 ness Act: Provided further, That $31,000,000 5 be for shall 6 management, and technical assistance under marketing, section of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 7(m) 7 under microloans by intermediaries that make 4)) 8 636(m)( the microloan program: Provided further, That 9 10 shall be available for grants to States to $18,000,000 11 carry out export programs that assist small business con- 12 cerns authorized section 22(1) the Small Business under of (15 Act 649(1)). 13 U.S.C. 14 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL For necessary expenses of the Office 15 Inspector of in carrying out the provisions of the Inspector 16 General General Act of 1978, $21,900,000. 17 18 OFFICE OF ADVOCACY 19 For necessary expenses of the Office of Advocacy in II 20 the provisions of title out of Public Law 94- carrying 21 305 (15 U.S.C. 634a et seq.) and the Regulatory Flex:i- to (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.), $9,120,000, of 1980 22 Act bility 23 remain available until expended. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

409 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 95 1 PROGRAM ACCOUNT BUSINESS LOANS TRANSFER OF 2 (INCLUDING FUNDS) cost $4,000,000, direct loans, the to remain of 3 For expended: until available 4 such costs, in- Provided, That eluding the of modifying such loans, shall be as de- 5 cost Budget Act of of the Congressional section fined 502 6 in 197 7 Provided 4: That subject to section 502 of the further, Budget Act of 197 4, during fiscal year 8 Congressional under section 503 2019 to guarantee loans 9 commitments of the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 shall not 10 exceed 11 Provided further, That during fis- $7,500,000,000: cal 12 2019 commitments for general business loans au- year 13 thorized under section 7 (a) of the Small Business Act 14 shall $30,000,000,000 for a combination of not exceed term aggregated and the amortizing maximum line 15 loans Provided further, of provided by revolving loans: 16 credit That during fiscal year 2019 commitments for loans au- 17 thorized subparagraph (C) of section 502(7) of The under 18 Small Business Investment Act of 1958 (15 U.S.C. 19 Provided further, shall not exceed $7,500,000,000: 20 696(7)) 21 That fiscal year 2019 commitments to guarantee during under section 303(b) of the Small 22 for debentures loans 23 Business Investment Act of 1958 shall not exceed year further, That during fiscal Provided 24 $4,000,000,000: trust certificates authorized by sec- 2019, guarantees of 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

410 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 96 1 of the Small Business Act shall not exceed a tion 5(g) In addition, for ad- amount $12,000,000,000. principal 2 of guaran- and carry out the direct to 3 ministrative expenses loan programs, teed which may be 4 $155,150,000, trans- ferred to and merged with the appropriations for Salaries 5 and Expenses. 6 DISASTER 7 ACCOUNT LOANS PROGRAM TRANSFERS FUNDS) (INCLUDING OF 8 administrative expenses 9 carry out the direct For to the of by Small section 7(b) authorized loan 10 program Business $10,000,000, to be available until expended, 11 Act, of 12 $1,000,000 is for which the Office of Inspector General 13 of the Small Business Administration for audits and re- 14 views disaster loans of the and programs and disaster loan transferred shall be and merged with the appropriations 15 to of and which of Inspector General; the for 16 Office $9,000,000 for for indirect administrative expenses 17 the is 18 loan program, which may be transferred to and direct 19 merged with the appropriations for Salaries and Expenses. 20 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS-SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 21 22 (INCLUDING AND TRANSFER OF FUNDS) RESCISSION SEC. 530. Not to exceed 5 percent of any appropria- 23 current fiscal year for the the 24 tion made available for may in this Act be trans- Administration Small 25 Business February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

411 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 97 1 such appropriations, but no such appro- ferred between 10 by more than percent by shall increased priation 2 be such transfers: Provided, That any transfer pursuant 3 any this paragraph shall be treated as a reprogramming of 4 to and under 608 of this Act avail- shall not be section funds 5 able for obligation 6 expenditure except in compliance or the procedures set forth in that section. 7 with SEC. Of the unobligated balances from pr10r 531. 8 year appropriations available under the "Business Loans 9 for Account" heading the Certified Development Program 10 Company are $50,000,000 11 hereby permanently Program, That no amounts may be rescinded Provided, rescinded: 12 13 under this section from amounts that were designated by 14 the as an emergency requirement pursuant to Congress or a on the budget resolution the Balanced 15 concurrent 16 and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. Budget SEC. 532. Section 12085 of Public Law 110-246 is 17 repealed. 18 SEC. 533. Not to 19 3 percent of any appropria- exceed Ad- Business Small the in this Act for available made 20 tion ministration Expenses" the headings "Salaries and 21 under 22 "Business Loans Program Account" may be trans- and 23 ferred to the Administration's information technology sys- 24 modernization tern and working capital fund (IT WCF), 25 as authorized by section 1077(b)(l) of title X of division February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

412 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 98 Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal the National 1 A of for section purposes specified in 2018, Year the 2 approval the advance of the such upon of 3 1077(b)(3) Act, on Appropriations of the House of Represent- 4 Committees and Senate: Provided, That amounts transferred the atives 5 the IT WCF under this section shall remain available 6 to through September 30, 2022. for 7 obligation 8 STATES POSTAL SERVICE UNITED PAYMENT TO POSTAL SERVICE FUND 9 THE payment For the Postal Service Fund for revenue 10 to forgone on free and reduced rate mail, 11 to sub- pursuant 12 sections and United of section 2401 of title 39, (c) (d) States Code, $55,235,000: Provided, That mail for over- 13 14 seas voting and mail for the blind shall continue to be free: 15 Provided That 6-day delivery and rural delivery further, than of continue at not less shall the 1983 level: Pro- 16 mail vided further, That none of 17 funds made available to the 18 Postal Service by this the shall be used to implement Act 19 any rule, regulation, or policy of charging any officer or 20 employee any State or local child support enforcement of in 21 any individual participating or a State or local agency, 22 program of child support enforcement, a fee for informa- a an address of concerning 23 or provided requested tion Provided further, That none of the funds postal customer: 24 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

413 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 99 1 this Act shall be used to consolidate or close provided in rural post other small and offices. small 2 3 OF INSPECTOR GENERAL OFFICE AND 4 SALARIES EXPENSES (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 5 For necessary 6 of the Office of Inspector expenses 7 General carrying the provisions of the Inspector in out General Act of 1978, $250,000,000, to 8 derived by be 9 from the Postal transfer Fund and expended as Service 10 authorized by section 603(b)(3) of the Postal Account- 11 ability Enhancement Act (Public Law 109-435). and UNITED TAX COURT 12 STATES 13 SALARIES AND EXPENSES For necessary expenses, including 14 reporting contract 15 other services as and by 5 U.S.C. 3109, authorized 16 $51,515,000, of which $500,000 shall remain available 17 expended: Provided, rrhat travel expenses of the until 18 judges shall be paid upon the written certificate of the 19 judge. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

414 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 100 1 TITLE VI PROVISIONS-THIS 2 ACT GENERAL Act None the funds SEC. this of shall be used 601. in 3 the planning or execution of any program 4 pay the for to expenses or otherwise compensate, non-Federal parties 5 of, in regulatory or adjudicatory proceedings 6 intervening in this Act. 7 funded SEC. 602. 8 of the funds appropriated in this Act None 9 remain available for obligation beyond the current shall transferred fiscal may any be nor to other appropria- 10 year, tions, unless expressly so provided herein. 11 12 SEC. The expenditure of any appropriation 603. consulting under Act for any 13 service through procure- this 14 ment contract pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 3109, shall be limited 15 to contracts where such expenditures are a matter those of record and available for public inspection, except 16 public where otherwise provided under existing law, or under ex- 17 18 isting order issued pursuant to existing law. Executive 19 funds None of the SEC. made available in this 604. in- or may be transferred to any department, agency, Act 20 strumentality the United States Government, except 21 of pursuant pro- a transfer made by, or transfer authority to 22 23 vided in, this Act or any other appropriations Act. 24 SEC. None of the 605. made available by this funds 25 Act shall be available for any activity or for paying the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

415 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 101 1 any Government employee where funding an ac- salary of or paying to a Government employee would tivity 2 a salary in determination, rule, regulation, or pol- result 3 a decision, that would prohibit the enforcement of section 307 of icy 4 Tariff of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1307). 5 Act the 6 No funds appropriated pursuant to this SEC. 606. entity may agrees expended by an entity unless the be Act 7 that in the assistance the entity will comply expending 8 States Code. 41, title 9 United with 83 of chapter SEC. 607. No funds appropriated 10 otherwise made or 11 under this Act shall be made available to any available been person entity that has or convicted of violating chap- 12 13 ter 83 of title 41, United States Code. 14 SEC. Except as otherwise provided in this Act, 608. none of funds provided in this Act, provided by pre- 15 the appropriations Acts to the agencies or entities fund- 16 vious ed in this Act that remain 17 for obligation or ex- available 18 in fiscal year 2019, or provided from any ac- penditure by counts the Treasury derived in the collection of fees 19 20 and available the agencies funded by this Act, shall be to available or obligation 21 expenditure through a re- for that: (1) creates a new program; 22 of funds programming 23 (2) eliminates a program, project, or activity; (3) increases project, 24 personnel for any program, or or activity funds by the Con- funds have been denied or restricted 25 for which February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

416 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 102 1 4) proposes to use funds directed for a specific ac- gress; ( Committee on Appropriations of either the the by 2 tivity different a for the Senate or of House 3 Representatives or ac- existing programs, projects, 4 purpose; ( 5) augments in of excess $5,000,000 or 10 percent, whichever tivities 5 6 less; (6) reduces existing programs, projects, is or activi- 7 ties $5,000,000 by percent, whichever is less; or (7) or 10 or reorganizes offices, programs, or activities un- 8 creates on Committees the Ap- is from approval prior less 9 received propriations the House of Representatives and the Sen- 10 of ate: Provided, That 11 to any significant reorganization, prior 12 restructuring, relocation, or closing of offices, programs, 13 or activities, each agency or entity funded in this Act shall 14 consult the Committees on Appropriations of the with House Representatives and the Senate: Provided fur- 15 of ther, That not later than 60 days after the date of enact- 16 17 ment this Act, each agency funded by this Act shall of submit a report to the Committees on Appropriations of 18 19 the House of Representatives and the Senate to establish and trans- 20 application of reprogramming the for baseline fer fiscal for the current 21 year: Provided further, authorities 22 at a minimum the report shall include: ( 1) a table That 23 for each appropriation with a separate column to display made budget request, adjustments President's by Con- the 24 if appro- adjustments due to enacted rescissions, 25 gress, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

417 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 103 1 the fiscal year enacted level; (2) a delineation priate, and 2 by each appropriation both for object class the in table program, project, and activity as detailed in the budg- and 3 the respective appropriation; and (3) an et for appendix 4 of items of special congressional interest: identification 5 Provided further, That the amount appropriated or 6 limited and expenses for an agency shall be reduced 7 salaries for 8 after day for each day per the required date by $100,000 that the report has not been submitted to the Congress. 9 SEC. 10 Except as otherwise specifically provided 609. of by not 11 exceed 50 percent law, unobligated balances to 12 remaining available at the end of fiscal year 2019 from 13 appropriations available for salaries and expenses made 2019 in this Act, shall remain available year for 14 fiscal September 30, 2020, for each such account for 15 through 16 purposes Provided, the That a request shall authorized: be Appropriations to the Committees on 17 of the submitted House of Representatives and the Senate for approval 18 19 prior to the expenditure of such funds: Provided further, compliance 20 requests shall be made in these with re- That 21 programming guidelines. 22 SEC. 610. (a) None of the funds made available in the 23 Act may be used by the Executive Office of this Presi- request- 24 dent to February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

418 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 104 1 any official background investigation report ( 1) Inves- any the Federal Bureau of from individual on 2 or tigation; 3 a determination with 4 to (2) respect treat- the of an organization s described in section ment as 6 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and 50l(c) 7 exempt taxation under section 501(a) of such from the Code Department of the Treasury or the 8 from Internal Revenue Service. 9 (b) Subsection (a) shall not apply- 10 ( 11 in the case of an official background inves- 1) tigation report, if such individual has given express 12 13 written consent for such request not more than 6 14 months the date of such request and during prior to same or the 15 presidential administration; if such (2) is required due to extraor- 16 request dinary circumstances involving national security. 17 SEC. The cost accounting standards promul- 611. 18 gated under chapter 15 of title 41, United States Code 19 under the Fed- apply with respect to a contract 20 shall not 21 eral Health Benefits Program established Employees under 22 89 of title 5, United States Code. chapter 23 SEC. 612. For the purpose of resolving litigation and 24 any settlement agreements regarding the implementing 25 nonforeign area cost-of-living allowance program, the Of- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

419 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 105 fice Management of 1 Personnel utilize may and accept to any restriction on unanticipated travel regard 2 (without Act) an Appropriations made funds imposed 3 in expenses Management the Office pursuant Personnel of to 4 available court to approval. 5 613. No funds appropriated by this Act shall 6 SEC. abortion, pay for an or the administrative to available be 7 expenses in connection with any health plan under the 8 Federal 9 benefits program which provides employees health 10 benefits coverage for abortions. any or 614. The provision 11 section 613 shall not SEC. of apply where 12 life of the mother would be endangered the pregnancy if fetus were carried to term, or the the is the 13 an act of rape or incest. 14 result of 15 SEC. In order to promote Government access to 615. commercial technology, 16 information the restriction on pur- chasing nondomestic articles, materials, and supplies set 17 forth 83 chapter 18 of title 41, United States Code (popu- in American larly as the Buy known Act), shall not apply 19 informa- of the acquisition by the Federal Government to 20 tion 40, ( as defined in section 11101 of title 21 technology States Code), that is a commercial item ( as defined United 22 23 in section 103 of title 41, United States Code). 24 616. Notwithstanding section 1353 of title 31, SEC. 25 United States Code, no officer or employee of any regu- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

420 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 106 1 or commission funded latory agency Act by may this ac- such agency, that or nor may agency of on cept 2 behalf accept, payment or reimbursement from 3 commission a or related ex- subsistence, non-Federal for travel, 4 entity an penses purpose of enabling the officer or employee 5 for to attend and participate in any meeting or similar func- 6 the official duties of the officer or em- tion 7 to relating ployee the entity offering payment or reimbursement 8 when is a person or entity subject to regulation by such agency 9 or a person or represents 10 or entity subject commission, to or by such agency 11 commission, unless the regulation 12 or entity is an organization described in section person 13 50l(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and ex- 14 empt tax under section 50l(a) of such Code. from SEC. 617. section 708 of this Act, 15 Notwithstanding funds available to 16 made the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Securities and Exchange 17 Commission 18 this or any other Act may be used for the by interagency 19 and sponsorship of funding joint advisory committee to a 20 advise on emerging regulatory issues. 21 SEC. (a)(l) Notwithstanding any other provision 618. of law, 22 Executive agency an by this Act otherwise covered 23 authorized to enter into contracts for either leases or the office, 24 alteration of real property for or meet- construction must consult with the General space 25 ing, storage, or other February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

421 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 107 1 before issuing a solicitation for of- Services Administration of leases or construction contracts, fers 2 new the and in of succeeding leases, before entering into negotiations case 3 the current lessor. with 4 (2) Any such agency with authority to enter into an 5 6 emergency may do so during any period declared by lease the to require emergency leasing authority with President 7 respect to such agency. 8 (b) 9 purposes of this section, the term "Executive For 10 covered by this Act" means any Executive agency agency 11 provided funds by this Act, but does not include the Gen- 12 eral or the United States Postal Services Administration Service. 13 appropriated (a) There are 14 for the fol- 619. SEC. lowing activities the amounts required under current law: 15 (1) of the President (3 U.S.C. Compensation 16 17 102). (2) Payments to- 18 Fund Retirement Officers' Judicial the (A) 19 377(0)); U.S.C. (28 20 (B) Fund Annuities Survivors' the Judicial 21 376(c)); (28 U.S.C. and 22 the Federal of Court States United (C) 23 (28 Fund Retirement U.S.C. Claims Judges' 24 ). 178(1) 25 (12:50 February 12, 2019 p.m.)

422 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 108 1 of Government contributions- (3) Payment with 2 the health benefits of respect (A) to 3 as authorized by chapter 89 retired employees, title 5, 4 of United Code, the Retired States and Employees Benefits Federal Act ( 7 4 Health 5 6 Stat. 849); and (B) with respect 7 the life insurance bene- to 8 for employees fits after 31, retiring December 9 1989 (5 U.S.C. ch. 87). ( 4) Payment to finance the unfunded liability of 10 new 11 increased annuity benefits under the Civil and 12 Retirement and Disability Fund (5 U.S.C. Service 13 8348). 14 ( 5) Payment of annuities authorized to be paid 15 from Civil Service Retirement and Disability the Fund statutory provisions other than subchapter 16 by III of chapter 83 or chapter 84 of title 17 United 5, 18 Code. States may (b) in 19 section Nothing be construed to ex- this 20 empt any amount appropriated by this section from any funds 21 limitation on the use of applicable con- otherwise 22 tained in this Act. 23 SEC. 620. In addition to amounts made available in Company the Public Accounting Over- fiscal 24 years, prior 25 sight Board (Board) shall have authority to obligate funds February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

423 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 109 1 for program scholarship section established the by the Sarbanes-Oxley of 2002 (Public Law Act of 109(c)(2) 2 in an aggregate amount not exceeding 3 107-204) the amount funds collected by the Board between January 4 of 2018 and December 31, 2018, including accrued inter- 5 1, est, as a result of the assessment of monetary penalties. 6 7 Funds for obligation in fiscal year 2019 shall re- available mam until expended. Beginning in fiscal year available 8 pen- and for each fiscal year thereafter, monetary 2020 9 depos- be pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 7215 shall collected 10 alties ited in the Public Company Accounting 11 Board Oversight 12 account as discretionary offsetting receipts. 13 SEC. 621. None of the funds made available in this 14 Act be used the Federal Trade Commission to may by the "Interagency report entitled complete Working 15 draft Food Marketed to Children: Preliminary Pro- Group 16 on 17 Nutrition Principles to Guide Industry Self-Regu- posed 18 Efforts" unless the Interagency Working Group on latory 19 Food Marketed to Children complies with Executive Order 20 No. 13563. 21 SEC. None of the funds in this Act may be used 622. 22 for Management Director the Office of the of Personnel 23 to award a contract, enter an extension of, or exercise an 24 on a contract to a contractor conducting the final option 25 quality review processes for background investigation February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

424 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 110 1 or background investigation support fieldwork services of that, the date of the award of the contract, 2 services as 3 conducted by that contractor. are being 623. (a) The head of each executive branch SEC. 4 ensure 5 this Act shall funded that the Chief In- agency by formation Officer of the agency has the authority to par- 6 the budget planning process ticipate decisions regarding 7 in related to technology. 8 information Amounts (b) for any executive 9 appropriated branch agency funded by this Act that are available for informa- 10 tion technology shall be allocated within the agency, con- 11 provisions the of appropriations Acts and sistent 12 with budget guidelines and recommendations from the Director 13 manner such the Office of Management and Budget, in of 14 by, specified approved by, the Chief Information Of- as or 15 the agency in consultation with the Chief Financial 16 ficer of Officer of the agency and budget officials. 17 made SEC. of the funds None available in this 18 624. or may be used in contravention of chapter 29, 31, Act 19 States Code. of title 44, United 20 33 21 SEC. None of the funds made available in this 625. 22 Act be used by may entity to require the a governmental 23 disclosure by a provider of electronic communication serv- computing the public or remote service of the con- 24 to ice 25 tents of a wire or electronic communication that is in elec- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

425 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 111 1 with tronic storage ( as such are defined provider the terms 2 United sections of title 18, and States Code) in 2510 2711 a manner that violates in Fourth Amendment to the the 3 of the United States. 4 Constitution appropriated 626. of the funds SEC. by this Act 5 None may be used by the Federal Communications Commission 6 to 7 amend, or change modify, rules or of the regulations Commission support universal service high-cost the for 8 for eligible telecommunications carriers in a way 9 competitive that is inconsistent with paragraph (e)(5) 10 (e)(6) of sec- or 11 54.307 of title 4 7, Code of Federal Regulations, as tion 2015: in on July 15, effect Provided, That this section 12 13 shall not prohibit the Commission from considering, devel- as an alter- 14 support mechanisms oping, adopting other or native to Fund Phase II. 15 Mobility Act 627. SEC. provided in this No shall be used 16 funds to deny an Inspector General funded 17 this Act timely under 18 to any records, documents, or other materials avail- access agency the department or over which that Inspec- 19 to able Gen- tor General has responsibilities under the Inspector 20 21 Act of 1978, or to prevent or impede that eral Inspector 22 access to such General's documents, or other ma- records, 23 terials, under any provision of law, except a provision of the 24 expressly refers to that Inspector General and ex- law 25 pressly limits the Inspector General's right of access. A February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

426 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 112 1 agency covered by this section shall provide department or such Inspector access to all with records, docu- General its 2 and other materials in a timely manner. Each In- ments, 3 statutory shall ensure compliance with 4 General spector on disclosure relevant to the information pro- 5 limitations vided by the establishment over 6 that Inspector Gen- which 7 eral responsibilities under Inspector General Act has the this Inspector section General covered by Each of 8 1978. 9 shall to the Committees on report of the Appropriations 10 of Representatives and the Senate within 5 cal- House endar days any failures to comply with this requirement. 11 in SEC. 628. (a) None of the funds made available 12 13 Act may be used to maintain or establish a computer this network unless network blocks 14 such viewmg, the 15 and exchanging of pornography. downloading, (b) Nothing in subsection (a) shall limit the use 16 of 17 necessary for any Federal, State, tribal, or local law funds enforcement agency or any other entity carrying out crimi- 18 19 nal investigations, prosecution, adjudication activities, or or victim assistance-related activ- 20 other enforcement- law ity. 21 22 629. None of SEC. funds made available by this the 23 Act shall be used by the Securities and Exchange Commis- 24 to finalize, issue, or implement sion any rule, regulation, 25 or order regarding the disclosure of political contributions, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

427 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 113 1 tax exempt organizations, or dues paid contributions to trade associations. to 2 None of the appropriated or other- 630. SEC. funds 3 pay to used be award may this Act available made wise 4 by has incentive for contractors whose performance or 5 fees been to be below satisfactory, behind schedule, over 6 judged requirements failed has of to meet the basic budget, or 7 Agency determines that any such the contract, 8 a unless are due to unforeseeable events, government- 9 deviations driven scope changes, or are not significant within 10 the 11 scope of the project and/or program and unless overall with such or incentive fees are consistent 12 awards 13 16.401(e)(2) of the FAR. 14 SEC. 631. (a) None of the funds made available under 15 this may be used to pay for travel and conference ac- Act to that in a total cost result an Executive branch 16 tivities department, agency, board or commission of more than 17 $500,000 at any single conference unless the agency or 18 in entity that such attendance is 19 the national determines 20 interest and advance notice is transmitted to the Commit- 21 tees Appropriations of the House of Representatives on that and Senate that determina- the basis of the includes 22 23 tion. 24 (b) None of the funds made available under this Act the to used to pay for be travel may or attendance of more 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

428 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 114 1 employees, who are stationed in the United than 50 at single conference occurring outside the States, 2 any States unless the agency or entity determines that 3 United such attendance in the national interest and advance 4 is is transmitted to the Committees on Appropriations 5 notice of the House of Representatives and the Senate that 6 in- the basis of that determination. 7 eludes SEC. 632. of the funds made available by this 8 None or Act used for first-class be business-class travel by 9 may the employees of 10 branch agencies funded by this executive 11 in contravention of sections 301-10.122 through 301- Act 10.125 of title 41, Code of Federal Regulations. 12 13 SEC. 633. In addition to any amounts appropriated 14 or available for expenses related to en- otherwise made to to $2,000,000, hancements remain 15 www.oversight.gov, until available shall be provided for an addi- 16 expended, tional amount for such purpose to the Inspectors General 17 Council (Fund) established pursuant to Section Fund 18 ll(c)(3)(B) of the Inspector General Act of 1978 (5 19 Provided, That these amounts amended: 20 U.S.C. App.), as 21 shall in addition to any amounts or any authority avail- be the able the Council of to Inspectors General on Integrity 22 23 and Efficiency under section 11 of the Inspector General as 24 of 1978 (5 U.S.C. App.), Act amended. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

429 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 115 1 TITLE VII GENERAL 2 PROVISIONS-GOVERNMENT-WIDE .AND AGENCIES, CORPORATIONS DEPARTMENTS, 3 4 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) No department, 5 or instrumentality SEC. 701. agency, the United States receiving appropriated funds under 6 of this any other Act for or year 2019 shall obligate 7 fiscal or expend any such funds, unless such department, agen- 8 cy, instrumentality has in or and will continue to place, 9 policy in faith, a written good designed to en- 10 administer sure that all of its workplaces are free from the 11 illegal 12 possession, or distribution of controlled substances use, Act (as in the Controlled Substances 13 (21 U.S.C. defined 14 802)) by the officers and employees of such department, 15 agency, instrumentality. or SEC. 702. otherwise specifically provided, the Unless 16 maximum 17 allowable during the current fiscal year amount in accordance with subsection 1343(c) of 18 31, United title 19 Code, for the purchase of any passenger motor States ve- 20 hicle ( exclusive of buses, ambulances, law enforcement ve- 21 hicles, protective vehicles, and undercover surveillance ve- 22 hicles), hereby fixed is $19,947 station wagons at except for which 23 maximum shall be $19,997: Provided, That the 24 these limits may be exceeded by not to exceed $7,250 for 25 vehicles: police-type Provided further, That the limits set February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

430 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 116 1 this section may not be exceeded by more than forth in for 2 5 hybrid vehicles purchased for electric percent or demonstration 3 under provisions of the Electric and the Vehicle Research, Development, and Demonstra- 4 Hybrid Act 5 1976: Provided further, That the limits set tion of exceeded forth section may be this by the incremental 6 in cost 7 clean of fuels vehicles acquired pursuant alternative to Public 101-549 over the cost of comparable con- 8 Law fueled vehicles: 9 ventionally That the further, Provided lim- 10 its set forth this section shall in apply to any vehicle not 11 is a commercial item and which operates on alter- that but not limited to electric, plug-in native fuel, including 12 13 hybrid electric, and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. SEC. Appropriations of the executive depart- 703. 14 ments and establishments for the current fis- 15 independent cal 16 or expenses of travel, year for the ex- for available penses of the activity concerned, 17 hereby made available are 18 quarters allowances and cost-of-living allowances, in for accordance 5 U.S.C. 19 5922-5924. with SEC. 704. 20 otherwise specified in law during Unless 21 the current fiscal year, no part of any appropriation con- 22 tained this or any other Act shall be used to pay in the 23 of any officer compensation employee of the Govern- or ma- ment of the United States (including any agency the 24 25 jority of the stock of which is owned by the Government February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

431 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 117 1 United States) whose post of of the in the is duty conti- States unless person: (1) is a citizen such United nental 2 the United States; (2) is a person who admit- is lawfully of 3 permanent for and is seeking citizenship as residence ted 4 in 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3)(B); (3) is a person who 5 outlined is or 1157 8 U.S.C. under grant- a refugee admitted is 6 as 8 U.S.C. 1158 and has filed a declaration under ed 7 asylum intention to become a lawful permanent resident and 8 of then a citizen when eligible; or ( 4) is a person who owes 9 10 allegiance the United States: Provided, That for pur- to poses signed this section, affidavits 11 by any such person of shall be considered 12 prima facie evidence that the require- 13 ments of this section with respect to his or her status are Provided further, That for purposes 14 with: being complied of subsections and (3) such affidavits shall be sub- 15 (2) and updated thereafter as nec- prior to employment 16 mitted essary: Provided further, That any person 17 a false making 18 shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction, affidavit $4,000 than or imprisoned for not · shall 19 fined no more be 20 more than 1 year, or both: Provided further, That the sub- 21 clause shall be in addition to, and not in penal above 22 for, stitution other any of existing law: Provided provisions 23 further, That any payment made to any officer or em- 24 ployee to the provisions of this section contrary be shall by the Federal Government: Provided recoverable in action 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

432 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 118 l this section shall not apply to any person further, That Government or employee of the officer of the an who is 2 States on the date of enactment of this 3 or United Act, to broadcasters employed by the Broad- 4 international casting of Governors, or to temporary employment 5 Board of translators, or to temporary employment in the 6 field 7 (not to exceed 60 days) service a result of as emergencies: not further, this Provided does That apply to the 8 section employment as Wildland firefighters for not more than 9 120 of 10 nonresident aliens employed by the Depart- days pursuant ment the Interior 11 the USDA Forest Service of or 12 to an agreement with another country. 13 SEC. 705. Appropriations available to any depart- ment agency during the current fiscal year for nec- or 14 essary including maintenance or operating ex- 15 expenses, penses, shall also be available for payment to the General 16 Services for for charges 17 space and services Administration and renovation expenses of 18 and alteration of build- those and facilities which constitute public improvements ings 19 20 performed in accordance with the Public Buildings Act of 21 1959 Stat. 479), the Public Buildings Amendments (73 Stat. 216), or other applicable law. 22 1972 (86 of or SEC. 706. In addition to funds provided in this 23 24 other Act, all Federal any are authorized to re- agencies materials, of and use funds resulting from the sale ceive 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

433 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 119 1 records disposed of pursuant to a including Federal through recycling or waste pre- schedule 2 recovered records ex- until funds be available Such programs. vention 3 shall for the following purposes: 4 pended 5 ( 1) reduction and prevention, Acquisition, waste 6 and programs as described in Executive recycling Order No. 13693 (March any 2015), including 19, 7 such programs prior to the effective date of 8 adopted the Executive 9 order. Other (2) agency environmental man- 10 Federal agement programs, including, but 11 limited to, the not 12 and implementation of hazardous waste development management prevention pollution 13 programs. and employee programs as authorized by Other (3) 14 15 law or as deemed appropriate by the head of the Federal agency. 16 SEC. 707. made available by this or any other 17 Funds for administrative expenses in the current fiscal year 18 Act 19 the corporations and agencies subject to chapter 91 of of 20 31, United title Code, States be available, in addition shall 21 to objects for which such funds are otherwise available, in the District of Columbia; services in accordance rent 22 for specified with 3109; and the objects 23 under this 5 U.S.C. 24 head, all the provisions of which shall be applicable to the specified 25 of such funds unless otherwise expenditure in the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

434 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 120 1 which they are made available: Provided, That in Act by event functions budgeted as administrative ex- the 2 any are subsequently transferred to or paid from other 3 penses the limitations on administrative expenses shall be 4 funds, reduced. correspondingly 5 708. No part 6 any appropriation contained in SEC. of for or any interagency Act shall be available other this 7 Federal Executive Boards), financing ( except 8 of boards councils, committees, or similar groups 9 commissions, do or not they are interagency entities) which ( whether 10 not have a prior and specific statutory approval to receive 11 financial 12 from more support one than or instru- agency 13 mentality. pursuant SEC. 709. None of the funds made available 14 15 the provisions of this or any other Act shall be used to to administer, or enforce any regulation which 16 implement, has been disapproved pursuant to a joint resolution duly 17 adopted accordance 18 with the applicable law of the in United 19 States. 20 710. During the SEC. in which the head of period 21 any department or agency, or any other officer or civilian the Federal Government appointed by the 22 employee of holds President the United States, 23 office, no funds may of 24 be obligated or expended in excess of $5,000 to furnish department 25 redecorate the office of such or head, agency February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

435 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 121 1 or employee, or to purchase furniture or head, officer, improvements make 2 for any such office, unless advance transmitted such furnishing or redecoration is 3 notice of the on to Appropriations of the House of Rep- 4 Committees purposes and Senate. For the the of this sec- 5 resentatives tion, the term "office" shall include 6 entire suite of of- the 7 assigned to the individual, as well as any other space fices use used the individual or the by of which is 8 primarily directly controlled by the individual. 9 SEC. 711. Notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 1346, or sec- 10 made tion of this Act, funds 11 available for the current 708 12 fiscal year by this or any other Act shall be available for 13 the funding of national security and emer- interagency gency preparedness initiatives which 14 telecommunications multiple benefit departments, agencies, or enti- 15 Federal ties, as provided by Executive Order No. 13618 (July 6, 16 17 2012). funds SEC. None of the (a) made available by 18 712. 19 or any other Act may be obligated or expended by this 20 any department, agency, or other instrumentality of the 21 Federal to pay the salaries or expenses of any Government individual appointed to a position of a confidential or pol- 22 23 icy-determining character that is excepted from the com- 24 service petitive under section 3302 of title 5, United part States Code, (pursuant to schedule C of subpart C of 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

436 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 122 1 title 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations) unless 213 of head the applicable department, agency, or other the of 2 employing such schedule C individual cer- 3 instrumentality to tifies 4 of the Office of Personnel Manage- Director the the that schedule C position occupied by ment indi- 5 the vidual was 6 created solely or not in order to detail primarily individual to the White House. the 7 to shall of this section provisions not apply (b) 8 The Federal employees or members of the armed forces de- 9 tailed to or from an element of the intelligence community 10 section (as term is defined under 11 3( 4) of the National that 12 Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3003(4))). 13 SEC. No part of any appropriation contained in 713. available this other Act shall be any for the payment 14 or of the salary of any officer or employee of the Federal 15 Government, 16 who- (1) or prevents, or attempts or threat- 17 prohibits ens 18 prohibit or prevent, any other officer or em- to 19 ployee of the Federal Government from having any 20 direct or written communication or contact with oral any or committee, 21 subcommittee of the Member, 22 in connection with any matter pertaining Congress 23 to the employment of such other officer or employee 24 pertaining to the department or agency of such or 25 other officer or employee in any way, irrespective of February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

437 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 123 at is contact or ini- communication such whether the 1 officer in or of other such or employee re- tiative 2 or the to of such Member, inquiry sponse request 3 4 or committee, or subcommittee; without duty pay, (2) removes, suspends from 5 status, or demotes, reduces in rank, seniority, pay, 6 promotion denies rating, efficiency performance or 7 dis- or to, relocates, reassigns, transfers, disciplines, 8 enti- right, employment regard to any in criminates 9 em- condition term or any or benefit, or of tlement, 10 ployment of, the of employee or officer other any 11 Federal Government, or attempts or threatens to 12 commit to any of the foregoing actions with respect 13 such other of 14 any reason officer or employee, by or or contact of such other officer communication 15 employee with any Member, committee, or sub- 16 committee of in paragraph described 17 the Congress as (1). 18 None SEC. 714. (a) in of the funds made available 19 this for or any other Act may be obligated or expended 20 21 employee training that- any (1) 22 not meet identified needs for knowl- does 23 edge, skills, and abilities bearing directly upon the 24 performance of official duties; February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

438 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 124 1 elements likely to induce high lev- (2) contains of emotional els 2 response in stress psychological or some participants; 3 notification not require prior employee does (3) 4 used the and methods 5 be content in the train- of to ing and written end of course evaluation; 6 7 ( contains any methods or content associated 4) with 8 religious or quasi-religious belief systems or "new age" belief systems as defined in Equal Em- 9 ployment Commission 10 Notice N- Opportunity 915.022, or September 2, 1988; 11 dated (5) 12 offensive to, or designed to change, par- is 13 ticipants' personal values or lifestyle outside the 14 workplace. (b) Nothing this section shall prohibit, restrict, or 15 in an agency from conducting training preclude 16 otherwise bearing 17 upon the performance of official duties. directly 18 715. No part of SEC. funds appropriated in this any 19 or any other Act shall be used by an agency of the execu- 20 tive other branch, for execu- and recognized than normal 21 relationships, for publicity or propaganda tive-legislative of use and for the preparation, distribution or purposes, 22 23 any kit, pamphlet, booklet, publication, radio, television, 24 or film presentation designed to support or defeat legisla- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

439 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 125 1 before tion pending except in the Congress, presentation Congress the itself. 2 to None of the SEC. appropriated by this or 716. funds 3 4 Act other be used by an agency to provide a Fed- may any employee's home address to any labor organization eral 5 except when the 6 has authorized such disclosure employee 7 when such disclosure or been by a court of has ordered 8 competent jurisdiction. 9 717. None of the funds made available in this SEC. 10 or other Act may be used to provide any any non-public 11 information such as mailing, telephone or electronic mail- the ing lists to any person or any organization outside of 12 13 Government without the approval of the Commit- Federal tees on of 14 Appropriations of Representatives House the and the Senate. 15 16 718. No part of any appropriation contained in SEC. indirectly, this any other Act shall be used directly or or 17 18 including by private contractor, for publicity or propa- heretofore ganda purposes within the United States not 19 20 authorized Congress. by SEC. 719. (a) In this section, the term 21 "agency"- 22 (1) means an Executive agency, as defined 23 under 5 U.S.C. 105; and 24 includes a military department, as defined (2) States under section 102 of such title, the United 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

440 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 126 1 and the Postal Regulatory Commis- Postal Service, 2 SlOn. authorized in accordance with Unless or regu- 3 (b) law to use such time for 4 lations an other purposes, employee in an shall use of time agency an honest effort 5 official to perform official duties. An employee not under a leave 6 under 7 a Presidential appointee exempted system, including 5 U.S.C. 6301(2), an obligation to expend an honest 8 has and a reasonable proportion of such employee's time 9 effort in the performance of 10 duties. official 11 720. Notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 1346 and sec- SEC. made 708 of this Act, funds current available for the 12 tion 13 fiscal year by this or any other Act to any department 14 or which is a member of the Federal Accounting agency, Standards Board (F ASAB), shall be available to 15 Advisory finance an appropriate share of FASAB administrative 16 costs. 17 SEC. 721. Notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 1346 and sec- 18 head of this Act, the 708 of each Executive depart- 19 tion 20 ment and agency is hereby authorized to transfer to or 21 reimburse Services Administration, Government- ''General wide with 22 Policy" approval of the Director of the Of- the 23 fice of Management and Budget, funds made available for other 24 fiscal year by this or any current Act, including the card and other contracts: Provided, rebates from charge 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

441 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 127 1 funds shall be administered by the Adminis- That these 2 of Services to support Government-wide trator General other multi-agency financial, information technology, and 3 and other management innovations, initia- procurement, 4 tives, activities, including improving coordination and 5 and reducing duplication, as approved by the Director of the 6 Office 7 Management and Budget, in consultation with of and multi-agency groups des- the appropriate 8 interagency ignated the Director (including the President's Man- 9 by agement Council for 10 management improvement ini- overall 11 the Chief Financial Officers Council for tiatives, financial 12 management initiatives, the Chief Information Officers 13 Council for information technology initiatives, the Chief 14 Human Officers Council for human capital initia- Capital tives, the Acquisition Officers Council for procure- 15 Chief initiatives, and the Performance Improvement Coun- 16 ment cil for performance improvement initiatives): 17 Providedfur- 18 That the total funds transferred or reimbursed shall ther, not exceed $15,000,000 to improve coordination, reduce 19 20 duplication, and for other activities related to Federal 21 Government Goals established by 31 U.S.C. 1120, Priority 22 not to exceed $17,000,000 for Government-Wide inno- and 23 vations, initiatives, and activities: Provided further, That 24 funds transferred to or for reimbursement of "General the 25 Services Administration, Government-wide Policy" during February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

442 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 128 1 2019 shall remam available for obligation fiscal year 2 September 2020: Provided further, That such through 30, 3 reimbursements may only be made after 15 transfers or the Committees on Appro- days following of 4 notification priations the House of Representatives and the Senate 5 of by the Director of the Office of Management 6 Budget. and 722. Notwithstanding any other provision of SEC. 7 law, a woman 8 her child at may location breastfeed any 9 in a building or on Federal property, if the woman Federal 10 and child are otherwise authorized to be present at her 11 the location. SEC. 723. Notwithstanding 12 U.S.C. 1346, or sec- 31 13 tion 708 of this Act, funds made available for the current 14 fiscal by this or any other Act shall be available for year the funding of specific projects, workshops, 15 interagency studies, and similar efforts to carry out the purposes of 16 the 17 Science and Technology Council ( authorized National 18 Executive Order No. 12881), which benefit multiple by 19 Federal departments, agencies, or entities: Provided, That 20 the of Management and Budget shall provide a re- Office 21 describing the budget of and resources connected with port Com- the National Science and Technology Council to the 22 23 on Appropriations, the mittees Committee on House 24 Science and Technology, and the Senate Committee on February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

443 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 129 1 and Transportation 90 days after en- Commerce, Science, of Act. actment 2 this 3 Any request for proposals, solicitation, SEC. 724. application, form, notification, press release, or 4 grant the distribution of Federal other involving 5 publications funds shall comply with any relevant requirements in part 6 200 7 title 2, Code of Federal Regulations: Provided, of That section shall apply to direct payments, formula 8 this funds, and grants received by a State receiving 9 Federal 10 funds. SEC. AGENCY (a) PROHIBITION OF FEDERAL 11 725. MONITORING OF INDIVIDUALS' INTERNET USE.-None of 12 13 the funds made available in this or any other Act may 14 be by any Federal agency- used (1) to review, or create any aggregation collect, 15 data, derived from of 16 means, that includes any any personally 17 information relating to an in- identifiable dividual's 18 to or use of any Federal Govern- access 19 ment Internet site of the agency; or 20 (2) enter into any agreement with a third to to 21 another government agency) (including col- party 22 lect, review, or obtain any aggregation of data, de- includes that any personally 23 from any means, rived an individual's information relating to 24 identifiable February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

444 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 130 1 or use of any nongovernmental Internet access to site. 2 limitations established m EXCEPTIONS.-The 3 (b) apply to- not subsection (a) shall 4 not any of aggregate data that does record 5 (1) identify particular persons; 6 of any voluntary submission personally iden- (2) 7 tifiable information; 8 9 any for law enforcement, regu- taken action (3) in accordance with latory, 10 supervisory purposes, or applicable law; 11 or 12 4) any action described in subsection (a)(l) ( taken 13 a system security action is by the oper- that 14 ator of an Internet site and is necessarily incident 15 to the Internet site services or to pro- providing the the or property of rights provider of the 16 tecting Internet site. 17 ( c) DEFINITIONS.-For the purposes of this section: 18 (1) The term "regulatory" means agency ac- 19 20 tions to implement, interpret or authorities enforce provided law. 21 in term "supervisory" means examma- (2) 22 The 23 tions of the agency's supervised institutions, includ- 24 assessing safety and soundness, overall financial ing 25 condition, management practices and policies and February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

445 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 131 1 applicable standards as provided in compliance with law. 2 3 None of the funds 726. by this SEC. (a) appropriated 4 Act used to enter into or renew a contract which be may a provision providing prescription drug coverage, includes 5 except where the contract also includes a provision 6 con- for 7 coverage. traceptive (b) Nothing this section shall apply to a contract 8 in with- 9 (1) any of the following religious plans: 10 (A) 11 Care's HMO; and Personal 12 OSF HealthPlans, Inc.; and (B) (2) 13 existing or future plan, if the carrier any 14 for the plan objects to such coverage on the basis of 15 religious beliefs. ( c) implementing this section, any plan that enters 16 In section into a contract under this renews may not sub- 17 or ject any 18 to discrimination on the basis that the individual 19 refuses to prescribe or otherwise provide for individual contraceptives because such activities would be contrary 20 21 to the individual's religious beliefs or moral convictions. in this section shall be construed to re- 22 ( d) Nothing quire coverage of abortion or abortion-related services. 23 24 SEC. 72 7. The United States is committed to ensur- Pan 25 the health of its Olympic, mg American, and February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

446 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 132 1 Paralympic athletes, the supports to strict and adherence sport in testing, adjudication, edu- through anti-doping 2 and research as performed by nationally recognized 3 cation, 4 oversight authorities. 728. any other provision of SEC. Notwithstanding 5 funds 6 for official travel to Federal de- law, appropriated 7 and agencies may be used partments such departments by agencies, if consistent with Office of Management and and 8 Budget A-126 regarding official travel for Gov- 9 Circular ernment personnel, to participate in the fractional aircraft 10 ownership program. 11 pilot 12 SEC. Notwithstanding any other provis10n of 729. law, 13 of the funds appropriated or made available none 14 under this or any other appropriations Act may be used 15 to or enforce restrictions or limitations on the implement Congressional Fellowship Program, or to im- Guard Coast 16 plement the proposed regulations of the Office of Per- 17 sonnel to 18 add sections 300.311 through Management Code 300.316 part 300 19 title 5 of the to of Federal Reg- of 20 ulations, published in the Federal Register, volume 68, 21 number on September 9, 2003 (relating to the detail 174, branch employees to the legislative branch). of executive 22 23 SEC. 730. Notwithstanding any other provision of purchase, branch agency shall construct, 24 no executive law, 25 or lease any additional facilities, except within or contig- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

447 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 133 1 locations, to be used for the purpose of to uous existing law training Federal without the 2 conducting enforcement approval the Committees on Appropriations of advance 3 of House of Representatives and the Senate, except that the 4 the Law Enforcement Training Center is author- Federal 5 to obtain the temporary use of additional facilities 6 ized or other agreement for training which 7 lease, contract, by 8 be accommodated in existing Center facilities. cannot SEC. Unless otherwise authorized by existing 9 731. law, none of the funds provided in this or any other Act 10 11 may used by an executive branch agency to produce be any prepackaged news story intended for broadcast or dis- 12 13 tribution in the United States, unless the story includes 14 a notification within the text or audio of the pre- clear packaged story that the prepackaged news story was 15 news prepared or funded by that executive branch agency. 16 SEC. None 17 of the funds made available in this 732. of 18 be used in contravention may section 552a of title Act 19 5, United States Code (popularly known as the Privacy regulations implementing that section. and 20 Act), SEC. the (a) IN GENERAL.-None of 21 funds ap- 733. 22 or otherwise made available by this or any propriated 23 other Act may be used for any Federal Government con- with any foreign incorporated entity which is treated tract 24 25 as an inverted domestic corporation under section 835(b) February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

448 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 134 of 1 Act Security (6 U.S.C. 395(b)) 2002 the Homeland of or 2 such an entity. subsidiary any of W.AIVERS.- (b) 3 IN 4 Secretary shall waive (1) GENERAL.-Any subsection with respect to any Federal Govern- 5 (a) contract under the authority of such Secretary 6 ment if the Secretary determines that the waiver 1s re- 7 8 quired interest the security. of in national (2) 9 TO Secretary REPORT CONGRESS.-Any paragraph ( 1) shall report under issuing a 10 waiver such issuance to Congress. 11 (c) EXCEPTION.-This section shall not apply to any 12 13 Government contract entered into before the date Federal issued enactment of this Act, or to any task order the of 14 15 pursuant such contract. to each SEC. fiscal year 2019, for During employee 734. 16 17 who- (1) retires under section 8336(d)(2) or 18 8414(b)(l)(B) 19 title 5, United States Code; or of 20 retires (2) under any other provision of sub- 21 chapter III of chapter 83 or chapter 84 of such title receives a payment as an incentive to sepa- and 22 5 rate, the separating agency shall remit to the Civil 23 and Disability Fund an amount Retirement 24 Service Management's 25 to the Office of Personnel equal aver- February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

449 U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 135 1 cost of processing a retirement claim for age unit preceding year. Such amounts shall be 2 fiscal the Personnel of Office the to until available 3 expended and shall be deemed to be an adminis- 4 Management expense trative section 8348(a)(l)(B) of title under 5 United States Code. 5, 6 SEC. 735. (a) in of the funds made available None 7 used this other Act may be any to recommend or re- 8 or quire any entity submitting an offer for a Federal contract 9 to 10 any of the following information as a condition disclose of submitting the offer: 11 (1) 12 payment consisting of a contribution, Any 13 expenditure, independent expenditure, or disburse- 14 ment an electioneering communication that is for or made entity, its officers the directors, or any 15 by of its affiliates or subsidiaries to a candidate for 16 17 election Federal office or to a political com- for made 18 that is otherwise or with respect to any mittee, 19 election for Federal office. 20 (2) disbursement of funds (other Any a than payment described in 21 (1)) made by the paragraph affiliates its its officers or directors, or any of entity, 22 or subsidiaries to any person with the 23 or the intent that the person will use the 24 reasonable expectation February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

450 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 136 1 make a payment described m paragraph funds to 2 (1). "contribution", section, each of the terms In 3 this (b) "independent expenditure", "election- "expenditure", 4 "candidate" "election" and 5 eering communication" ' ' ' office" has the meaning given such term in the 6 "Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 (52 U.S.C. 30101 Federal 7 et 8 seq.). SEC. None of the 736. made available in this funds 9 pay or Act may be used to other for the painting of 10 any a portrait of an officer or employee of 11 Federal govern- the 12 including the President, the Vice President, a mem- ment, ber of Congress (including a Delegate or a Resident Com- 13 14 missioner to Congress), the head of an executive branch 15 agency defined in section 133 of title 41, United States (as of Code), head of an office the the legislative branch. 16 or SEC. 737. (a)(l) Notwithstanding any other provision 17 of law, and except as otherwise provided in this section, 18 funds 19 of any of the part appropriated for fiscal year no any pay to used be any other Act, may or this 2019, 20 by prevailing section employee described m 21 rate 22 of title 5, United 5342(a)(2)(A) States Code- 23 (A) during the period from the date of expira- the limitation imposed by the comparable sec- 24 of tion ef- normal the the previous fiscal years until for tion 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

451 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 137 1 of fective date wage the survey applicable adjust- 2 year take effect that fiscal to 2019, in an ment is in that exceeds the rate 3 for the appli- amount payable and step of the applicable wage schedule cable grade 4 5 accordance with such section; and in (B) during 6 period consisting of the remain- the year 2019, in an amount that exceeds, of fiscal 7 der as result of a wage survey adjustment, the rate 8 a payable under subparagraph (A) by more than 9 the 10 of- sum (i) taking percentage adjustment 11 effect the in fiscal year 2019 12 under section 5303 of title 13 5, States Code, in the rates of pay United under the Schedule; and 14 General the (ii) between the overall aver- 15 difference age percentage of the locality-based 16 com- 17 payments taking effect in fiscal year parability 18 under section 5304 of such title (whether 2019 av- by adjustment or otherwise), and the overall 19 20 percentage of such payments which was erage year effective the previous fiscal 21 under such in 22 section. 23 (2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no rate employee described in subparagraph (B) or 24 prevailing 25 (C) of section 5342(a)(2) of title 5, United States Code, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

452 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 138 1 employee covered by section 5348 of such title, and no 2 be the periods for which during ( 1) may paid paragraph in effect at a rate that exceeds the 3 that would is rates appli- under paragraph (1) were paragraph (1) payable 4 be 5 cable to such employee. (3) For the purposes of this subsection, the rates 6 pay- an employee who is covered by this subsection and to 7 able in who from a schedule not paid existence on September is 8 pre- regulations under be shall 2018, 30, 9 determined scribed by the Office of Personnel Management. 10 ( any Notwithstanding 11 other provision of law, rates 4) 12 premium pay for employees subject to this subsection of 13 may not be changed from the rates in effect on September 14 30, except to the extent determined by the Office 2018, pur- of to be consistent with the Management 15 Personnel pose of this subsection. 16 ( 5) This subsection shall apply 17 respect to pay with 18 service performed after September 30, 2018. for 19 For the purpose of administering any provision (6) 20 of law (including any rule regulation that provides pre- or mium any retirement, life insurance, or 21 other em- pay, that requires any deduction or contribu- ployee benefit) 22 23 tion, or that imposes any requirement or limitation on the pay, 24 of a rate of salary or basic basis the rate of salary February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

453 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 139 1 pay payable after the application of this sub- or basic shall be 2 section rate of treated or basic pay. the as salary 7) Nothing in this subsection shall be considered to 3 ( or require the payment to any employee covered permit 4 by this subsection at a rate in excess of the rate that would 5 be 6 were this subsection not in effect. payable may provide (8) Personnel Management The of 7 Office the limitations imposed by this sub- for to 8 exceptions section if the Office determines 9 such exceptions are that 10 to ensure the recruitment or retention of quali- necessary fied employees. 11 12 (b) Notwithstanding subsection (a), the adjustment 13 in rates of basic pay for the statutory pay systems that 14 take fiscal year 2019 under sections 5344 and place in of States 5, United 5348 Code, shall be- 15 title (1) less than the percentage received by em- 16 not ployees in the same location whose rates of basic pay 17 are pursuant to the statutory pay systems adjusted 18 under sections 5303 and 5304 of title 5, United 19 States Code: Provided, That prevailing rate employ- 20 21 ees locations where there are no employees whose at 22 is increased pursuant to sections 5303 and 5304 pay 23 of title 5, United States Code, and prevailing rate 24 described in section 5343(a)(5) of title 5, employees 25 United States Code, shall be considered to be located February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

454 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 140 1 pay locality designated as "Rest of United m the pursuant section 5304 of title 5, United States" to 2 Code, for purposes of this subsection; and States 3 ap- as of the first day of the first 4 (2) effective plicable pay period beginning after September 30, 5 2018. 6 SEC. (a) The head of any Executive branch de- 738. 7 partment, board, commission, or office funded by 8 agency, this or any other appropriations Act shall submit annual 9 10 reports the Inspector General or senior ethics official to 11 any entity without an Inspector General, regarding the for 12 costs and contracting procedures related to each con- 13 ference any such department, agency, board, com- held by mission, or 14 office year fiscal for which the during 2019 cost to the United States Government was more than 15 $100,000. 16 Each report submitted shall (b) for each con- 17 include, ference described in subsection (a) held during the applica- 18 period- ble 19 20 (1) of its purpose; a description (2) attending; number of participants 21 the statement of the costs to the (3) 22 detailed a 23 United States Government, including- 24 the cost of any food or beverages; (A) services; audio-visual the cost of any (B) 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

455 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 141 1 the cost of employee or contractor ( C) from the conference; and and to travel 2 a discussion of the methodology used 3 (D) determine costs to relate to the con- 4 which and ference; 5 4) a description of 6 contracting procedures ( the 7 including- used (A) 8 contracts were awarded on a whether and competitive 9 basis; a discussion (B) any cost comparison 10 of conducted by the departmental component or 11 office in evaluating potential contractors for the 12 conference. 13 (c) Within 15 days the the end of a quarter, after 14 15 head of any such department, agency, board, commission, 16 or shall notify office Inspector General senior ethics the or Inspector for official without an any General, of the 17 entity date, location, 18 number of employees attending a con- and 19 held by any Executive ference department, agency, branch 20 board, commission, or office funded by this or any other 21 appropriations during fiscal year 2019 for which the Act more cost 22 United States Government was to than the 23 $20,000. 24 ( d) A grant or contract funded by amounts appro- Act by this or any other appropriations priated may not 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

456 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 142 1 be the for defraying the costs of a con- purpose used of not in ( c) that is and directly subsection described ference 2 related to 3 purpose for which the programmatically the grant contract was awarded, such as a conference held or 4 in connection with planning, training, assessment, review, 5 or other routine purposes related to a project funded 6 by 7 grant or contract. the ( e) of the funds made available in this or any 8 None for appropriations may be used Act travel and con- 9 other are with that Office not in compliance activities ference 10 of and Budget Memorandum M-12-12 11 Management dated May 11, 12 or any subsequent revisions to that 2012 13 memorandum. this SEC. 739. None of the funds made available in 14 15 any other appropriations Act may be used to increase, or eliminate, 16 reduce funding for a program, project, or ac- or tivity as proposed in the President's budget request for 17 a fiscal 18 until such proposed change is subsequently year in an appropriation Act, or unless such change 19 enacted provi- transfer or pursuant to the reprogramming made is 20 sions this or any other appropriations Act. 21 of SEC. 740. None of the funds made available by this 22 23 or any other Act may be used to implement, administer, 24 enforce, or apply the rule entitled "Competitive Area" 25 published by the Office of Personnel Management in the February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

457 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 143 1 April 15, 2008 (73 Fed. Reg. 20180 Register Federal on seq.). et 2 None of the funds SEC. or other- appropriated 7 41. 3 used be by this or any other Act may available made wise 4 or announce a 5 or public-private competition begin to study the conversion to contractor performance of any regarding 6 by Federal employees pursuant to Of- function 7 performed of Management and Budget Circular A- 7 6 or any 8 fice other regulation, directive, or policy. 9 administrative SEC. 742. (a) None of the funds appropriated or oth- 10 be erwise available by this or any other Act may 11 made 12 available for a contract, grant, or cooperative agreement 13 with an entity that requires employees or contractors of 14 such seeking to report fraud, waste, or abuse to sign entity internal agreements or statements prohib- 15 confidentiality iting or otherwise restricting such employees or contrac- 16 tors from lawfully reporting such waste, fraud, or abuse 17 to a designated investigative or law enforcement represent- 18 19 ative of a Federal department or agency authorized to re- 20 ceive information. such (b) not limitation m subsection (a) shall 21 con- The Standard Form 312, travene requirements applicable to 22 23 Form 4414, or any other form issued by a Federal depart- 24 classified or agency governing the nondisclosure of ment 25 information. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

458 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 144 1 (a) No funds appropriated in this or any SEC. 743. enforce Act used to implement or be the agree- 2 other may in Standard Forms 312 and 4414 of the Govern- ments 3 ment any other nondisclosure policy, form, or agree- or 4 agreement ment policy, form, or such does not contain 5 if 6 following provisions: "These provisions are consistent the and do not supersede, conflict with, or otherwise alter 7 with the obligations, rights, or liabilities created by 8 employee existing statute or Executive order relating to (1) classi- 9 10 fied (2) communications to Congress, (3) the information, 11 to an Inspector General of a violation of any reporting 12 law, rule, or regulation, or mismanagement, a gross waste 13 of abuse of authority, or a substantial and spe- funds, an danger safety, public health or cific or ( 4) 14 to any other protection. The definitions, requirements, 15 whistleblower and liabilities created by obligations, rights, sanctions, 16 controlling orders and statutory provisions are Executive 17 incorporated into this agreement and are controlling.": 18 Provided, That notwithstanding the preceding provision of 19 that this section, a nondisclosure policy form or agreement 20 conduct 21 be executed by a person connected with the to is 22 of an intelligence or intelligence-related activity, other 23 than an employee or officer of the United States Govern- may contain provisions appropriate to the particular 24 ment, 25 activity for which such document is to be used. Such form February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

459 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl 145 1 shall, at a minimum, require that the person or agreement in classified information received any the not will 2 disclose do such activity unless specifically authorized to 3 course of by the United States Government. Such nondisclosure 4 so they shall forms it clear that also do not bar disclo- 5 make sures to Congress, or to an authorized 6 of an execu- official the Department of Justice, that are essen- agency or 7 tive tial to a substantial violation of law. 8 reporting (b) nondisclosure agreement may continue to be 9 A implemented and enforced notwithstanding subsection 10 (a) 11 it complies with the requirements for such agreement if 12 that in effect when were agreement was entered into. the 13 (c) No funds appropriated in this or any other Act 14 may used to implement or enforce any agreement en- be which tered fiscal year 2014 during does not contain 15 into substantially similar language to that required in sub- 16 section 17 (a). SEC. 744. None of the funds made available by this 18 used or other Act may be any to enter into a contract, 19 20 memorandum of understanding, or cooperative agreement 21 with, a grant to, or provide a loan or loan guarantee make to, 22 corporation that has any unpaid Federal tax liabil- any 23 ity that has been assessed, for which all judicial and ad- 24 remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, ministrative 25 and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

460 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 146 1 agreement with the authority responsible for col- to an the liability, where the awarding agency is tax lecting 2 of the unpaid tax liability, unless a Federal agency 3 aware considered has or debarment of the corporation 4 suspension and made a determination that this further action is 5 has not necessary to protect the 6 of the Government. interests SEC. None of the 745. made available by this funds 7 or 8 Act may be used other enter into a contract, any to agreement of understanding, or cooperative 9 memorandum with, make a grant to, or provide a loan or loan guarantee 10 to, any corporation that was convicted of a felony criminal 11 12 violation under any Federal law within the preceding 24 13 months, the awarding agency is aware of the convic- where tion, unless Federal agency has considered suspension 14 a or of the corporation and has made a deter- 15 debarment ruination that this further action 16 not necessary to pro- is 17 the interests of the Government. tect year SEC. (a) During fiscal 18 2019, on the date 7 46. 19 on which a request is made for a transfer of funds in ac- 20 cordance section 1017 of Public with 111-203, Law the Bureau of Consumer 21 Protection shall notify the Financial 22 Committees on Appropriations of the House of Represent- 23 and the Senate, the Committee on Financial Serv- atives 24 ices of the House of Representatives, and the Committee February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

461 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 147 1 Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate on Banking, such request. 2 of shall by this section be 3 notification required (b) Any on available made 4 public Web site. the Bureau's 747. SEC. for fiscal year 2019, new budget author- If, 5 6 in appropriations Acts provided the discre- ity exceeds 7 spending limit for any tionary set forth in section category c) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit 8 2 ( 51 with the estimating due to of differences Control 1985 9 Act Congressional Budget Office, an adjustment to the discre- 10 tionary spending limit in such category for fiscal year 11 Director 2019 be made by the 12 of the Office of Man- shall 13 agement and Budget in the amount of the excess but the 14 total all such adjustments shall not exceed 0.2 percent of of the of the adjusted discretionary spending limits 15 sum all categories for that fiscal year. 16 for SEC. 7 48. (a) The adjustment in rates 17 basic pay of 18 employees under the statutory pay systems that takes for section 19 fiscal year 2019 under in 5303 of title 5, effect 20 United States Code, shall be an increase of 1.4 percent, 21 and overall average percentage of the adjustments tak- the 22 ing in such fiscal effect under sections 5304 and year 23 5304a of such title 5 shall be an increase of 0.5 percent 24 comparability payments to be determined (with and allo- adjust- All President). pay localities by the among cated 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

462 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 148 1 this subsection shall be effective as of the ments under day of first applicable pay period beginning on 2 the first January 1, 2019. after 3 or in section 737, the adjustment 4 (b) Notwithstanding of rates pay for the statutory pay systems that take 5 basic sections in year 2019 under fiscal 5344 and 5348 6 place 5, than the United States Code, shall be no less title of 7 percentages in (a) as employees in the same 8 subsection location rates of basic pay are adjusted pursuant 9 whose to the statutory pay systems 10 section 5303, 5304, under 11 5304a of title 5, United States Code. Prevailing rate and employees at locations where there are no employees whose 12 13 pay is increased pursuant to sections 5303, 5304, and 14 5304a such title 5 and prevailing rate employees de- of scribed section 5343(a)(5) of such title 5 shall be con- in 15 designated locality pay the in as located to sidered 16 be title "Rest U.S." pursuant to section 17 of such of 5 5304 18 for purposes of this subsection. 19 ( c) Funds used to carry out this section shall be paid are made to each applicable 20 which from appropriations, expenses department 21 for salaries and or for fiscal agency 22 year 2019. 23 SEC. 749. (a) Notwithstanding the official rate ad- title justed section 104 of under 3, United States Code, 24 25 the rate payable to the Vice President during calendar February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

463 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 149 1 shall be 1.9 percent above year 2019 payable to rate the President on December 2018, as limited Vice the 31, 2 section 738 of division E of under Consolidated Appro- the 3 Act, 2018 (Public 4 priations 115-141). Law 5 Notwithstanding the official rate adjusted under (b) section 5318 of title 5, United States Code, or 6 other any 7 provision law, the rate for an employee serving of payable in an Schedule position, or in a position for Executive 8 which the rate of pay is fixed 9 statute at an Executive by 10 rate, shall be increased by 1.9 percent (relative Schedule payable) 11 preexisting rate actually the at the time the to em- an rate is adjusted in January 2019. Such official 12 ployee may no other pay increase during calendar 13 receive as provided in subsection (i). 2019, except 14 year (c) Notwithstanding section 401 of the Foreign 15 Serv- 16 Act of 1980 (Public ice 96-465) any other provi- Law or sion of law, 17 of mission or ambassador at large is a chief 18 subject to subsection (b) in the same manner as other em- 19 ployees are paid at an Executive Schedule rate. who (d)(l) subsection This applies to- 20 21 (A) noncareer appointee m the Senior a 22 Executive Service paid a rate basic pay at or of 23 above the official rate for level IV of the Execu- 24 tive Schedule; or February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

464 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 150 1 limited term appointee or limited (B) a Senior Executive the appointee emergency 2 in serving Service 3 a political appointment under paid a rate of basic pay at or above and of- the 4 rate for level IV of the Executive Sched- 5 ficial 6 ule. 7 (2) Notwithstanding sections 5382 and 5383 of title 8 United 5, Code, an employee described States 9 in who is serving at the time official paragraph (1) of the Executive Schedule are adjusted may re- 10 rates ceive a single increase 11 the employee's pay rate of in 12 more than 1.9 percent during calendar year no 2019, subject to the normally applicable pay rules 13 14 and pay limitations in effect on December 31, 2013, 15 after pay limitations are increased by 1.9 per- those cent ( applicable rounding). Such an employee 16 after may no other pay increase during calendar 17 receive year 2019, except as provided 18 subsection (i). in 19 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any (e) basic rate of pay (including any locality- a paid 20 employee 21 based payments under section 5304 of title 5, United States or similar authority) at or above the official Code, 22 Executive 23 level IV of the for Schedule who serves rate 24 under a political appointment, and who is serving at the Schedule 25 official rates of the Executive time are adjusted, February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

465 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 151 1 a single increase in the employee's pay rate may receive calendar no 1.9 percent during than year 2019, 2 more of limi- the normally applicable pay rules and pay to subject 3 after those pay December 31, 2013, tations in effect 4 on are increased by 1. 9 percent ( after applicable limitations 5 rounding). Such an employee may receive no other pay 6 increase 7 calendar year 2019, except as provided in during subsection (i). subsection does not apply to employees 8 This or in Schedule pay system General the Foreign Service the 9 pay system, to employees appointed 10 section 3161 under 11 title 5, United States Code, or to employees in of another 12 system whose position pay be classified at GS-15 would 13 or below if chapter 51 of title 5, United States Code, ap- 14 plied them. to ( f) in subsections (b) through ( e) shall pre- 15 Nothing employees who do not serve under a political appoint- 16 vent ment 17 receiving pay increases as otherwise provided from 18 applicable law. under apply (g) section 19 not This to an individual who does basic Service an election to retain Senior Executive makes 20 pay Code, section 3392(c) of title 5, United States 21 under for such time 22 as that election is in effect. 23 (h) This section does not apply to an individual who an election to retain Senior Foreign Service pay 24 makes 25 entitlements under section 3 02 (b) of the Foreign Service February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

466 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 152 1 1980 (Public Act of for Law as that such 96-465) time effect. is in election 2 an (b) 3 (e), (i) Notwithstanding subsections through in a covered position may receive a 4 rate in- employee pay crease an authorized movement to a different cov- 5 upon position ered if that new only has higher-level du- 6 position higher and a pre-established than or range of pay level ties 7 the level range for the position held immediately before 8 or be the such increase must Any based on the 9 movement. rates of pay and 10 pay limitations in effect on applicable 11 31, 2013, after those rates and pay limitations December are increased by 1.9 percent (after applicable rounding). 12 13 (j) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for an is newly appointed to a covered position individual who 14 this during of time subject to period section, the initial the 15 pay rate shall be based on the rates of pay and applicable 16 pay in effect on December 31, 2013, after limitations 17 18 rates and pay limitations are increased by 1.9 per- those 19 cent (after applicable rounding). an employee affected by this section is subject If 20 (k) in 21 pay period that begins a biweekly calendar year 2019 to 22 but ends in calendar year 2020, the bar on the employee's end 23 of pay rate increases shall apply through the receipt that pay period. 24 of February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

467 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 153 section, the purpose of this For the term "covered 1 (1) position'' means a position occupied by an employee 2 whose 3 is restricted this section. pay under (m) This section 4 effect on takes the first day of the 5 first applicable pay period beginning on or after January 6 1, 2019. SEC. 750. 7 as expressly provided otherwise, Except other any reference to "this Act" contained in any title 8 such than title IV or VIII shall not apply to or title IV 9 10 VIII. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

468 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 154 1 TITLE VIII PROVISIONS-DISTRICT 2 OF GENERAL 3 COLUMBIA (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) 4 TRANSFERS 801. There are appropriated from 5 applicable SEC. the funds the District of Columbia of sums as may be 6 such legal of payment the and for refunds for necessary 7 making settlements or judgments that have been entered against 8 the of Columbia government. 9 District SEC. 802. None of the Federal funds provided in this 10 or Act be used for publicity or propaganda purposes 11 shall 12 implementation of any policy including boycott designed 13 to support or defeat legislation pending before Congress 14 or State legislature. any SEC. (a) None of the Federal funds provided 15 803. under this Act to the agencies funded by this Act, 16 both 17 and government agencies, that remain Federal District available 18 obligation or expenditure in fiscal year 2019, for 19 or provided from any accounts in the Treasury of the 20 derived by the collection of fees available States United to the agencies funded by this Act, shall be available for 21 or expenditures for an agency through a re- 22 obligation 23 of funds which- programming 24 (1) creates new programs; February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

469 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 155 1 a program, project, or responsi- (2) eliminates center; 2 bility (3) establishes or changes allocations specifi- 3 Act; this under increased limited denied, cally or 4 4) increases funds or personnel by 5 means ( any for any program, project, or responsibility center for 6 which 7 have been denied or restricted; funds 8 5) re-establishes any program or project pre- ( viously erred through reprogramming; 9 def (6) augments any existing program, project, or 10 responsibility center through a reprogramming of 11 funds 12 excess of $3,000,000 or 10 percent, which- in 13 ever is less; or 14 ( increases by 20 percent or more personnel 7) responsi- assigned program, project or a specific 15 to bility center, 16 unless prior approval is received 17 the Committees on from 18 of the House of Appropriations and the Representatives 19 Senate. 20 (b) The District of Columbia government is author- 21 ized approve and execute reprogramming and transfer to title requests 22 funds under this of through November local 23 7, 2019. this SEC. 804. None of the Federal funds provided in 24 of provide may be used by the District to Columbia 25 Act February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

470 U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 156 1 expenses, or other costs associated with the for salaries, Rep- of Senator or United States States 2 offices United resentative 3 4( d) of the District of Columbia under section Constitutional of Initiatives Statehood 1979 4 Convention (D.C. 5 Law Official Code, sec. 1-123). D.C. 3-171; SEC. Except as otherwise provided in this sec- 6 805. 7 none of tion, the made available by this Act or by funds provide any may be used to Act any officer or em- other 8 official an the District of Columbia with vehicle of 9 ployee unless 10 officer or employee uses the vehicle only in the the 11 performance of the officer's or employee's official duties. duties" For purposes of this section, the term "official 12 13 not include travel between the officer's or employee's does residence workplace, except in the case of- 14 and (1) an officer or employee of the Metropolitan 15 Police 16 who resides in the District of Co- Department the lumbia is otherwise designated by 17 Chief of the or 18 Department; 19 (2) at the discretion of the Fire Chief, an offi- and the District of Columbia Fire of 20 employee or cer 21 Emergency Medical Services Department who re- 24 call on the District of Columbia and is in 22 sides 23 hours a day; 24 (3) at the discretion of the Director of the De- employee 25 of Corrections, an officer or partment of February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

471 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 157 1 of Columbia Department of Corrections the District and is on resides Columbia in District of the 2 who hours a day; 2 4 call 3 4) 4 ( the discretion the Chief Medical Ex- at of the an or employee of aminer, Office of the 5 officer Chief Medical Examiner who resides in the District 6 7 of Columbia is on 24 hours a day; and call at the discretion of (5) Director of the the 8 Security and Emergency Management Homeland 9 Agency, an officer 10 employee of the Homeland Se- or 11 and Emergency Management Agency who re- curity and in the District of Columbia 24 is on call 12 sides 13 hours a day; 14 (6) of District of Columbia; and Mayor the the the Chairman 15 the Council of the District (7) of of Columbia. 16 SEC. 806. (a) None of the Federal funds contained 17 the in may be used by Act District of Columbia Attor- this 18 ney General or any other officer or entity of the District 19 any petition drive or assistance for 20 government to provide 21 civil which seeks to require Congress to provide for action 22 voting in Congress for representation the of Co- District 23 lumbia. 24 (b) Nothing in section bars the District of Co- this 25 lumbia Attorney General from reviewing or commenting February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

472 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 158 1 on briefs lawsuits, or consulting with offi- private in from of District government regarding such lawsuits. cials 2 the 807. None of the Federal funds contained in SEC. 3 distribute be used to may any needle or syringe this 4 Act spread the of preventing the purpose of blood borne 5 for pathogens in any location that has been determined 6 the by 7 public health or local law enforcement authorities to local be inappropriate such distribution. 8 for may 808. SEC. this Act Nothing be construed to 9 in of the Council or Mayor of the Columbia District prevent 10 from the issue of the provision of contraceptive 11 addressing 12 coverage by health insurance plans, but it is the intent 13 of Congress that any legislation enacted on such issue 14 should a "conscience clause" which provides excep- include tions for beliefs and moral convictions. 15 religious 809. SEC. None of the Federal funds contained (a) 16 in this Act 17 be used to enact or carry out any law, may 18 or regulation to rule, or otherwise reduce penalties legalize any of distribution the possession, use, or with associated 19 schedule under the Controlled Substances Act 20 I substance (21 U.S.C. 21 et seq.) or any tetrahydrocannabinols de- 801 22 rivative. 23 (b) No funds available for obligation or expenditure the District of Columbia government under any author- 24 by 25 ity may be used to enact any law, rule, or regulation to February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

473 SEN. APPRO. U :\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 159 1 otherwise reduce penalties associated with legalize or the schedule distribution of any or I substance possession, 2 use, 3 Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 801 et under the seq.) or tetrahydrocannabinols derivative for rec- 4 any purposes. reational 5 810. No funds SEC. for obligation or ex- available 6 penditure by the District of Columbia 7 under government 8 authority shall be expended for any abortion except any be where of the mother would life endangered if the 9 the fetus were carried to term or where the pregnancy is 10 the 11 of an act of rape or incest. result than SEC. (a) No later 811. 30 calendar days after 12 13 the date of the enactment of this Act, the Chief Financial the District of Columbia shall submit to the 14 Officer for appropriate of Congress, the Mayor, and the 15 committees Council of the District of Columbia, a revised appropriated 16 that 17 budget in the format of the budget operating funds 18 the District of Columbia government submitted pursuant 19 to section 442 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act 1-204.42), for all agencies of the 20 (D.C. Code, sec. Official District of Columbia government for fiscal year 2019 that 21 22 is in the total amount of the approved appropriation and 23 realigns all budgeted data for personal services and that 24 other-than-personal services, respectively, with anticipated 25 actual expenditures. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

474 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 160 1 section shall apply only to an agency for (b) This District the Officer for the Financial of Co- Chief which 2 certifies that a reallocation is required to address 3 lumbia changes 4 program requirements. unanticipated in calendar 812. SEC. than 30 No days after the later 5 Offi- of the enactment of this Act, the Chief Financial date 6 District of Columbia the submit to the appro- shall cer for 7 8 priate of Congress, the Mayor, and the Council committees funds the District of Columbia, a revised appropriated for 9 operating budget for the District of Columbia Public 10 Schools budgets aligns schools 11 to actual enrollment. that shall The appropriated funds budget 12 be in the for- revised 13 mat of the budget that the District of Columbia govern- 14 ment pursuant to section 442 of the District submitted Code, of Rule Act (D.C. Official Home sec. 1- 15 Columbia 204.42). 16 SEC. 813. (a) Amounts appropriated in this Act 17 as 18 funds may be transferred to the District of operating Co- 19 lumbia's enterprise and capital funds and such amounts, 20 once transferred, shall retain appropriation con- authority sistent Act. the provisions of this 21 with 22 The District of Columbia government is author- (b) 23 ized to reprogram or transfer for operating expenses any 24 funds local transferred or reprogrammed in this or the 25 four prior fiscal years from operating funds to capital February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

475 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 161 1 such amounts, once transferred or repro- funds, and 2 shall grammed, appropriation authority consistent retain the provisions of this Act. 3 with ( 4 c) of Columbia government may not District The or reprogram for operating expenses any funds 5 transfer derived from bonds, notes, or other obligations issued 6 for 7 projects. capital SEC. 814. of the Federal funds appropriated 8 None in Act shall remain available for obligation beyond 9 this the current fiscal year, 10 may any be transferred to nor 11 appropriations, unless expressly so provided herein. other SEC. 815. Except as otherwise specifically provided 12 13 by law or under this Act, not to exceed 50 percent of unob- at the end of fiscal 14 available ligated remaining balances year from appropriations of Federal funds made 2019 15 in 2019 year and expenses for fiscal salaries available 16 for this Act, shall remain available through September 17 30, 18 for each such 2020, for the purposes authorized: account Com- Provided, That a request shall be submitted to the 19 20 on Appropriations of the House of Representatives mittees the and 21 for approval prior to the expenditure of Senate 22 such funds: Provided further, That these requests shall be 23 in compliance with reprogramming guidelines out- made 24 lined in section 803 of this Act. February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

476 U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml SEN. APPRO. 162 1 (a)(l) During fiscal year 2020, during a SEC. 816. in neither a District of Columbia continuing period 2 which or a regular District of Columbia appropriation 3 resolution the amount is bill funds are appropriated in local effect, 4 in for for project or activity any which local funds 5 provided are provided in the 6 referred to in paragraph (2) (sub- Act ject any modifications enacted to the District of Colum- by 7 bia 8 the beginning of the of during which this as period subsection is in effect) at the 9 set forth by such Act. rate 10 The Act referred to (2) this paragraph is the Act in 11 of the Council of the District of Columbia pursuant to year 2020 12 is approved for fiscal which budget a proposed the which the requirements of to District of Co- 13 (subject lumbia Home Rule Act) will constitute the local portion 14 of the annual budget for the District of Columbia govern- 15 16 ment fiscal year 2020 for for of section 446 of purposes 17 the District of Columbia Home Rule Act (sec. 1-204.46, 18 D.C. Code). Official (b) made 19 Appropriations subsection (a) by cease shall 20 to be available- 21 ( 1) during any period in which a District of Co- 22 continuing resolution for fiscal year 2020 is lumbia 23 in effect; or February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

477 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 163 1 the enactment into law of the regular (2) upon year of bill for fiscal appropriation 2 District Columbia 2020. 3 4 appropriation subsection by An (a) is pro- (c) made vided the authority and conditions as provided 5 under under this Act and shall be available to the extent and 6 in 7 manner that would be provided by this Act. the (d) appropriation made by subsection (a) shall 8 An cover all obligations or expenditures incurred for such 9 project activity 10 during the portion of fiscal year 2020 or to 11 this section applies which such project or activity. for activity (e) This section shall not apply to a project or 12 13 period of fiscal year 2020 if any other provi- during any of than an authorization appropria- of law ( other 14 sion tions)- 15 (1) makes an appropriation, makes funds avail- 16 able, grants authority for such project or activity or 17 to continue for such period; or 18 (2) specifically provides that no appropriation 19 or shall be made, no funds shall be made available, 20 ac- 21 shall be granted for such project or authority no 22 tivity to continue for such period. affect to f) Nothing in this section shall be construed ( 23 Columbia of District the government the of obligations 24 of law. mandated by other 25 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

478 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xrnl 164 3(c)(2)(G) of the District SEC. Co- of 817. Section 1 106-98; Law of 1999 (Public 2 lumbia College Access Act amended- is Code) 38-2702(c)(2)(G), D.C. Official sec. 3 in (1) striking "and" by (i), clause after 4 "$1,000,000" inserting a semicolon; and 5 (2) clause (ii)- in 6 by (A) "but inserting year school before 7 2019-2020" "in or after year after school 8 and 2016-2017"; 9 the at period the striking by (B) and end 10 inserting "· and"· and 11 ' ' the 12 by following: (3) the adding at end begin For individuals who an "(iii) 13 after 14 undergraduate course of study in or 15 year school family a from is 2019-2020, a taxable with annual less of income than 16 $500,000. Beginning with school year 17 adjust the the 2020-2021, shall Mayor 18 infla- amount in the previous sentence for 19 by measured as 20 in- percentage the tion, crease, 21 if any, from the preceding fiscal in All year for the Consumer Price Index 22 23 Urban Consumers, published by the Bu- Department 24 the of reau of Labor Statistics of 25 Labor.". (12:50 February 12, 2019 p.m.)

479 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivD-FSGG.xml 165 1 818. Except as expressly provided otherwise, SEC. any 2 to reference "this Act" contained in this title or in provisions the IV shall be treated as referring only to title 3 4 of this title or of title IV. 5 This division may be cited as the "Financial Services 2019". and General Government Appropriations Act, 6 February 12, 2019 (12:50 p.m.)

480 U:\2019COKF\DiYE-l:-.JT.1'-ml SEN. ~ APPIW. DIVISION E-DEPARTMENT THE INTE- 1 OF ENVIRONMENT, RIOR, AND 2 RELATED ACT, APPROPRIATIONS AGENCIES 3 2019 4 TITLE I OF THE IKTERIOR DEPARTMENT 5 6 LAND MANAGEMENT OF BUREAU OF RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT 7 LANDS necessary For for protection, use, improve- 8 expenses ment, 9 disposal, cadastral surveying, classi- development, 10 acquisition of easements and other interests in fication, lands, performance of other functions, including main- 11 and tenance of facilities, as authorized by 12 in the manage- law, 13 of lands and ment resources under the jurisdiction their 14 of the Bureau of Land Management, including the general 15 administration the Bureau, and assessment of mineral of potential public lands pursuant to section lOlO(a) of 16 of Public Law 96-487 17 U.S.C. 3150(a)), $1,198,000,000, (16 18 to remain available until expended, including all such 19 amounts as are collected from permit processing fees, as 20 authorized made to future appropriation by but subject section 21 of the 1\/[ineral Leasing Act (30 35(d)(3)(A)(i) 22 U.S.C. 191), except that amounts from permit processing bureau-related 23 may be used for any fees expenses associ- Februa1y 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

481 SEN. APPRO. l:':\2019CONF\DiYE-I~T.xml 2 1 processing of oil and gas applications for ated with the and related use of authorizations. drill permits 2 to 3 $39,696,000 is for Mining Law Adminis- In addition, 4 program the cost of including tration operations, admin- istering 5 claim fee program, to remain available the mining by the to be reduced 6 amounts collected until expended, by 7 and credited to this appropriation from mining Bureau claim fees 8 maintenance and location fees that are hereby authorized for fiscal year 2019, so as to result 9 a final in at not more than $1,198,000,000, estimated 10 appropriation 11 $2,000,000, to remain available until expended, from and Bureau the by rental fees established site communication 12 for the of administering communication site activities. 13 cost LAND ACQUISITION 14 (IN"CLUDING RESCISSION OF FUNDS) 15 For expenses necessary to carry out 16 205, sections 17 and 318(d) of Public Law 94-579, including admin- 206, istrative expenses and acquisition of lands or waters, or 18 19 interests therein, $28,316,000, to be derived from the 20 Land ,¥ater Conservation Fund and to remain avail- and able until expended. 21 the balances from amounts made unobligated Of 22 23 available for Land Acquisition and derived from the Land 24 Water Conservation Fund, $1,800,000 is hereby per- and 25 manently rescinded from previously appropriated emer- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

482 lJ:\2019COKF'\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 3 1 and inholdings funding: Provided, genc1es, hardships, no 2 be rescinded from amounts that amounts rrhat may designated the Congress as an emergency require- were 3 by pursuant to the Concurrent Resolution on the Budg- ment 4 et the Balanced Budget and Emergency or Control 5 Deficit Act of 1985. 6 OREGON AND CALIFORNIA 7 LAi'.JDS GRANT 8 eA'J)enses necessary for management, protection, For and development resources and for construction, oper- of 9 ation, 10 maintenance of access roads, reforestation, and and other improvements on the revested Oregon 11 California and 12 grant lands, on other Federal lands in the Railroad Or- 13 egon and California land-grant counties of Oregon, and 14 on adjacent rights-of-way; and acquisition of lands or in- 15 terests including existing connecting roads on or therein, adjacent such grant lands; $106,985,000, to remain 16 to available until expended: Provided, That 25 percent of the 17 18 aggregate all receipts during the current fiscal year of from the revested Oregon and California Railroad grant 19 20 lands is hereby made a charge against the Oregon and 21 California fund and shall be transferred to the land-grant in in the Treasury Fund accordance with the sec- 22 General 23 ond paragraph of subsection (b) of title II of the Act of 2605). 24 28, 1937 ( 43 U.S.C. August February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

483 SEK. APPRO. -C:\2019COKF\DiYE-I~T.x:ml 4 1 RA._~GE I1VIPROYE1VIENTS rehabilitation, 2 acquisition of protection, For and interests and and improvement of Federal therein, lands 3 pursuant to section 401 of the Federal 4 rangelands Land Policy Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1751), 5 and any other Act, sums equal to 50 percent 6 notwithstanding of all moneys received during the 7 fiscal prior year under sections 3 15 of the Taylor Grazing Act (43 U.S.C. 8 and and the amount designated for range im- 315m) 9 315b, provements from grazing 10 and mineral leasing receipts fees 11 Bankhead-Jones lands transferred to the Depart- from law, ment the Interior pursuant to 12 but not less than of 13 $10,000,000, to remain available until expended: Pro- 14 vided, not to exceed $600,000 shall be available for That administrative 15 expenses. 16 SERVICE CHARGES, DEPOSITS, AND FORFEfi'URES For administrative expenses and other costs related 17 to application 18 documents and other authoriza- processing lands tions use 19 disposal of public for and resources, and 20 for costs of providing copies of official public land docu- 21 ments, monitoring construction, operation, and termi- for with in conjunction use authorizations, 22 nation facilities of 23 for rehabilitation of damaged property, such amounts and U.S.C. as may be collected under Public Law 94-579 (43 24 1701 25 et seq.), and under section 28 of the Mineral Leasing February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

484 U:\2019COKF\DiYE-IKT.xml SEN. APPRO. 5 1 U.S.C. 185), to remain available until expended: Act (30 That any provision to the con- 2 Provided, notwithstanding of section 305(a) of Public Law 94-579 ( 43 U.S.C. trary 3 moneys that have been or ·will be received any 4 1735(a)), of pursuant section, whether as a result that forfeiture, to 5 6 compromise, settlement, if not appropriate for refund or 7 pursuant section 305(c) of that Act (43 U.S.C. to and may be expended under 1735(c)), be available 8 shall the authority of this Act by the Secretary to improve, pro- 9 public any lands administered through 10 tect, or rehabilitate the have of Land Management which 11 been dam- Bureau 12 by the action of a resource developer, purchaser, per- aged 13 mittee, or any unauthorized person, without regard to 14 whether moneys collected from each such action are all led used exact lands damaged which the to the action: 15 on 16 further, 'l1hat any such moneys that are in excess Provided 17 of needed to repair damage to the exact land for amounts be which were collected may funds used to repair other 18 19 damaged public lands. 20 MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS TRUST In expended to amounts authorized to be 21 addition existing laws, there is hereby appropriated such under 22 23 amounts as may be contributed under section 307 of Pub- 1737), 24 94-579 ( 43 U.S.C. Law and such amounts as lie 25 may be advanced for administrative costs, surveys, ap- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

485 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 6 1 costs of making conveyances of omitted lands praisals, and to section that Act ( 43 U.S.C. 1721(b) ), of under 211(b) 2 remain available until expended. 3 PROVISIONS 4 AD1\II~ISTRATIVE Bureau Land The Management may carry out the 5 of funded this operations Act by direct expenditure, under 6 grants, cooperative agreements contracts, 7 reimburs- and -with public and private entities, including 8 able agreements Bureau shall be avail- ·with for the States. 9 Appropriations for purchase, erection, and dismantlement of tem- IO able porary structures, and alteration and 11 of nec- maintenance 12 buildings and appurtenant facilities to which the essary to 13 has title; up States $100,000 for payments, at United 14 the discretion of the Secretary, for information or evidence 15 concerning of laws administered by the Bureau; violations miscellaneous emergency expenses of enforcement ac- 16 and tivities authorized or approved by the Secretary and to be 17 to accounted solely on the Secretary's certificate, not for 18 19 exceed $10,000: Provided, That notwithstanding Public co- Law 90-620 ( 44 U.S.C. 501), the Bureau may, under 20 21 and partnership arrangements au- operative cost-sharing law, procure printing services from cooperators by thorized 22 in connection with jointly produced publications for which 23 the cooperators share the cost of printing either in cash 24 determines 25 in services, and the Bureau or the cooperator l="ebruary 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

486 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 7 1 of meeting accepted quality standards: Provided is capable to That be funded pursuant to a written further, 2 projects by a State government to provide an identi- 3 commitment may be fied in support of the project amount money 4 of out by the Bureau on a reimbursable basis. Appro- 5 carried priations herein made shall 6 be available for the de- not 7 of healthy, unadopted, struction horses and ·wild burros its the of the in or care contractors or for the Bureau 8 their in results that and burros destruc- wild horses sale 9 of tion processing into commercial products. 10 for UNITED 11 FISH AND WILDLIFE SER\'ICE STA'l'ES 12 RESOURCE lVIA..~AGEMENT 13 For necessary expenses of the United States }1-,ish and 14 Wildlife authorized by law, and for scientific Service, as economic and general administration, and for the 15 studies, performance other authorized functions related to such 16 of resources, $1,292,078,000, to remain available until Sep- 17 tember 2020: Provided, That not to exceed 30, 18 $18,318,000 shall be used for implementing subsections 19 and (e) of section 4 of the Endangered Spe- 20 (a), (b), (c), 21 cies of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1533) (except for processing Act and issuing proposed and final regu- petitions, developing 22 23 lations, and taking any other steps to implement actions 24 m subsection (c)(2)(A), (c)(2)(B)(i), described or 25 (c)(2)(B)(ii)). February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

487 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-IKT.x:ml 8 CONSTRUCTION 1 RESCISSION 2 OF (IKCLUDING FUKDS) improvement, construction, or re- For 3 acquisition, the in and other facilities required con- buildings moval 4 of management, protection, and uti- servation, investigation, 5 of 6 and wildlife resources, and the acquisition lization fish $55,613,000, remain and interests therein; to lands 7 of available until 8 expended. the Construc- balances available for Of unobligated 9 10 $1,500,000 is permanently rescinded, including tion, $300,000 of unobligated balances 11 for Construc- available under Public Law 111-8: Provided, That no amounts 12 tion may be rescinded from amounts that were designated by 13 14 the Congress as an emergency requirement pursuant to 15 the Resolution on the Budget or the Balanced Concurrent 1985. Budget Deficit Control Act of Emergency and 16 17 LAND ACQUISITION For expenses necessary to carry out chapter 2003 18 of 19 54, United States Code, including administrative ex- title for acquisition of land or waters, or interest and 20 penses, 21 therein, in accordance with statutory authority applicable 22 to United the Fish Wildlife Service, States and $65,189,000, to be 23 from the Land and Water Con- derived 24 servation expended, Fund remain available until to and 200306 of title 54, section 25 of which, notwithstanding February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

488 U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.~·ml SEN. APPRO. 9 1 Code, not more than $20,000,000 shall be United States by the land partnerships authorized for 2 conservation Conservation Act of 2004, including not to ex- 3 Highlands ceed $320,000 administrative expenses: Provided, That 4 for of none funds appropriated for specific land acquisi- 5 the tion 6 may be used to pay for any administrative projects 7 planning or other management costs. overhead, COOPERATIVE ENDANGERED CONSERVATION 8 SPECIES FUND 9 10 RESCISSION OF FUNDS) (INCLUDING For expenses necessary to 11 out section 6 of the carry 12 Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1535), 13 $53,495,000, to remain available until expended, of which 14 $22,695,000 to be derived from the Cooperative Endan- is gered Conservation Fund; and of which 15 Species $30,800,000 is to be derived from the Land and Water 16 1 17 Conservation und. _F the Of unobligated balances made 18 from the available 19 Cooperative Endangered Species Conservation Fund, 20 $7,500,000 is permanently rescinded: Provided, That no 21 amounts be rescinded from amounts that were des- may by the Congress as an emergency requirement ignated 22 23 pursuant to the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget or Act 24 Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control the 25 of 1985. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

489 l':\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 10 1 REFUGE FUND NATIONAL 1v'1LDLIFE expenses 2 implement the Act of Octo- necessmy For to 1978 (16 U.S.C. 715s), $13,228,000. ber 17, 3 AlVIERICAl\ WETLANDS CONSERVATION 4 KORTH FUND For necessary to carry out the provisions 5 expenses the North American Wetlands Conservation Act ( 16 6 of remain seq.), et available $42,000,000, to 4401 7 U.S.C. until expended. 8 l\IIGRATORY CONSERVATION BIRD NEOTROPICAL 9 expenses necessmy 10 carry out the N eotropical For to lVIigratory Bird Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 6101 11 et 12 $3,910,000, to remain available until expended. seq.), l\IULTINATIONAL FUND CONSERVATION 13 SPECIES For expenses 14 to carry out the African Ele- necessary 15 phant Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 4201 et seq.), the 16 Asian Conservation Act of 1997 (16 U.S.C. Elephant 4261 seq.), the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act 17 et of 1994 (16 U.S.C. 5301 et seq.), 18 Great Ape Con- the 19 Act of 2000 (16 servation 6301 et seq.), and the U.S.C. 20 Marine Turtle Conservation Act of 2004 (16 U.S.C. 6601 e21..1)ended. 21 $11,561,000, to remain available until seq.), et 22 STATE AND TRIBAL ,v'1LDLIFE GRANTS 23 :B-,or ·wildlife conservation gTants to States and to the Puerto Rico, Guam, the United 24 of Columbia, District 25 States Virgin Islands, the Northern Mariana Islands, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

490 SEN. APPRO. e:\2019COKF\DiYE-INT.xrnl 11 1 and Indian tribes under the provisions American Samoa, the of 2 Act of 1956 and the Fish and Fish Wildlife and Coordination Act, for the development and imple- 3 Wildlife the benefit of wildlife and their of mentation for 4 progTams including species that are not hunted or fished, 5 habitat, Pro- expended: until available remain $64,571,000, 6 to of That amount provided herein, $4,209,000 is the vided, 7 grant program for Indian tribes not sub- for 8 a competitive ject to the remaining provisions of this appropriation: Pro- 9 vided is That $6,362,000 10 for a competitive grant further, program for implement approved plans 11 States, terri- to at tories, other jurisdictions and 12 the discretion of af- and 13 fected States, the regional Associations of fish and wildlife 14 agencies, subject to the remaining provisions of this not appropriation: Provided That the Secretary shall, 15 further, deducting $10,571,000 and administrative expenses, 16 after apportion the amount provided herein in the following 17 manner: 18 to the District of Columbia and to the Com- (1) a sum monwealth Puerto Rico, each of equal to not more 19 Guam, than one-half of 1 percent thereof; and (2) to 20 21 Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, and American 22 Commonwealth of the K orthern Mariana Islands, each the 23 a sum equal to not more than one-fourth of 1 percent the Secretary shall appor- 24 Provided further, rrhat thereof: 25 tion the remaining amount in the following manner: ( 1) February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

491 L':\2019CO~F\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 12 ratio is based on the which to which the land one-third of 1 of of bears to the total land area State all such such area 2 States; 3 two-thirds of which is based on the ratio and (2) which 4 to the of bears to the total State such population Provided further, That the population 5 all such States: of amounts 6 under this paragTaph shall be ad- apportioned justed so that no equitably shall be apportioned a State 7 of than 1 percent the amount available less sum is which 8 year fiscal under this paragraph for any apportionment 9 for or more than 5 percent of such amount: Provided further, 10 planning That Federal share of the grants shall not exceed 11 12 75 percent of the total costs of such projects and the Fed- 13 eral of implementation grants shall not exceed 65 share such percent total costs of the projects: Provided fur- 14 of ther, That the non-Federal share of such projects may not 15 be 16 from J1..,ederal grant programs: Provided further, derived 2019 That amount apportioned in 17 to any State, terri- any 18 tory, or other jurisdiction that remains unobligated as of 19 September 2020, shall be reapportioned, together with 30, provided funds in 20 in the manner appropriated here- 2021, 21 m. 22 ADl\IINISTRATIVE PROVISI01\'"S 23 (INCLUDI)JG RESCISSION OF FUNDS) 24 United States Fish and Wildlife Service may 'rI1e 25 carry out the operations of Service programs by direct ex- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

492 L :\2019CO .xml SEN. ,1-\PPRO. ~F\DiYE-l~T 13 1 grants, cooperative agreements and penditure, contracts, agTeements 2 and private entities. with reimbursable public Appropriations 3 and available to the United States funds and \Vildlife 4 shall be available for repair of Fish Service damage public roads within to adjacent to reservation 5 and areas caused by operations of the Service; options for 6 the at not to exceed $1 for each option; facili- 7 of land purchase ties to such public recreational uses on conserva- 8 incident tion areas as are consistent with their primary purpose; 9 10 and maintenance and improvement of aquaria, build- the the ings, other facilities under 11 jurisdiction of the Serv- and which and and to which the United States has title, ice 12 are used to law in connection with management, 13 pursuant investigation of fish and wildlife resources: Provided, and 14 That notwithstanding 44 U.S.C. 501, the Service 15 may, cooperative cost sharing and partnership arrange- under 16 ments procure by law, 17 printing services from authorized cooperators in connection with jointly produced publica- 18 19 tions for which the cooperators share at least one-half the or services and the Service 20 cost printing either in cash of determines is cooperator 21 capable of meeting accepted the Provided further, rrhat the Service may 22 standards: quality 23 accept donated aircraft as replacements for existing air- Provided further, That notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 24 craft: and ap- all fees collected for non-toxic shot review 25 3302, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

493 U:\2019COKF\DivE-IN'I'.:\,nl SEN. APPRO. 14 1 be deposited under the heading ''United proval shall Fish ··wildlife Service-Resource Management'' States 2 and shall be available to the Secretary, ·without further 3 and to be used for expenses of processing of 4 appropriation, such shot type or coating applications and revis- 5 non-toxic ing regulations as necessary, and 6 remain available shall 7 expended. until Of the balances available for grants 8 unobligated Public under 109-58, title III, subtitle G, section 9 Law 384, $15,000,000 is permanently 10 Provided, rescinded: 11 no amounts may be rescinded from amounts that That were designated by the CongTess as an emergency require- 12 13 ment pursuant to the Concurrent Resolution on the Budg- 14 et the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control or Act 1985. 15 of 16 NATIONAL PARK SERVICE OPERATION OF THE :\fATIONAL PARK SYSTEM 17 For expenses necessary for the management, oper- 18 and maintenance of areas and facilities adminis- 19 ation, general the by the National Park Service and for tered 20 of administration National Park Service, 21 the of which $10,032,000 for planning and 22 $2,502,711,000, 23 interagency coordination in support of Everglades restora- and $135,980,000 for maintenance, repair, or reha- 24 tion and bilitation projects for constructed assets 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

494 e:\2019COKF\DiYE-INT.xml SE~. APPRO. 15 1 cyclic maintenance projects for con- $151,575,000 for cultural resources shall remain avail- and assets 2 structed ap- funds That Provided, 2020: September until 3 able 30, under this heading in this Act are for available propriated 4 purposes of section Public Law 95-348: Provided the 5 of 5 further, That notwithstanding 6 9(a) of the United section 7 Semiquincentennial Commission of 2016 (Pub- States Act $500,000 130 funds Stat. 691), 114-196; of the lie 8 Law to provided under this heading the be shall available 9 made for organization under section 9(b) of 10 Act selected that 11 expenditure by the United States Semiquincentennial 12 Commission in accordance with that Act. 13 -:\i'ATIONAL Ai"'\"D PRESERVATION RECREATION For expenses to carry out recreation pro- 14 necessary natural programs, cultural programs, heritage 15 grams, partnership programs, environmental compliance 16 re- and 17 international park affairs, and grant administration, view, 18 otherwise provided for, $64,138,000. not 19 HISTORIC PRESERV.ATIOK FUND 20 For eA'Penses necessary in carrying out the National 21 Historic Act ( division A of subtitle III of title Preservation States Code), $102,660,000, to be derived 54, United 22 23 from the Historic Preservation Fund and to remain avail- 24 until September 30, 2020, of which $13,000,000 shall able 25 be for Save America's '.I.1reasures grants for preservation February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

495 U :\2019CONF\DivE-IN'l'.xrnl APPRO. SEN. 16 1 significant sites, structures and artifacts as au- of national by of the Omnibus Public Land section 7303 thorized 2 of 2009 (54 U.S.C. 3089): Provided, Management 3 Act an individual Save America's Treasures 4 shall 'l1hat grant be by non-Federal funds: Provided further, rrhat 5 matched for individual only be eligible shall one grant: 6 projects Pro- vided 7 That all projects to be funded shall be ap- further, by the Secretary of the Interior in consultation 8 proved and Senate Committees on Appropria- with House 9 the tions: Provided further, That of the funds provided for the 10 Historic 11 Fund, $750,000 is for competitive Preservation nomination grants the survey and 12 of properties to the for 13 National Register of Historic Places and as National His- 14 toric associated with communities currently Landmarks under-represented, as by the Secretary, 15 determined is for $14,500,000 grants to preserve the sites 16 competitive and stories of the Civil Rights 17 $8,000,000 is movement, 18 grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities, for 19 $5,000,000 is for competitive grants for the restora- and 20 tion of historic properties of national, State and sig- local nificance the on or eligible for inclusion on 21 National listed ,vithout imposing Register of Historic Places, to be made 22 23 the usage or direct gTant restrictions of section 10l(e)(3) 24 U.S.C. 302904) of the National Historical Preserva- (54 25 tion Act: Provided further, That such competitive grants February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

496 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xrnl 17 1 made ·without imposing the matching reqmre- shall be in 302902(b)(3) of title 54, United States section ments 2 to States and Indian tribes as defined in chapter 3 Code, 3003 of title, Native Hawaiian organizations, local 4 such including Certified Local Governments, and 5 governments, organizations. 6 non-profit 7 CONSTRUCTION For 8 improvements, repair, or replace- construction, 9 of physical facilities, and compliance and planning ment for and areas administered by the National 10 programs Park Service, $364,704,000, to remain available until ex- 11 pended: Provided, That notwithstanding any other provi- 12 initially sion 13 for any project of funded in fiscal year law, 14 2019 with a future phase indicated in the National Park 15 Service Line Item Construction Plan, a single pro- 5-Year the curement issued which includes be full scope of 16 may the project: Provided further, That the solicitation and 17 contract 18 contain the clause availability of funds shall 19 at 48 CFR 52.232-18: Provided further, That Na- found Fran- Concessions Park Service Donations, Park tional 20 chise and Recreation Fees may be made available 21 Fees, 22 the cost of adjustments for and changes within the origi- 23 nal scope of effort for projects funded by the National Service Construction appropriation: Provided further, Park 24 25 ':l1hat the Secretary of the Interior shall consult with the February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

497 l::\2019CONF\DiYE-I~T.1._1nl SEN. APPRO. 18 1 Appropriations, in accordance with current Committees on thresholds, prior making any charges 2 to reprogramming this section. by 3 authorized ACQUISITION AND STATE ASSISTANCE 4 LAND For expenses to carry out chapter 2003 of 5 necessary 54, United States Code, including administrative ex- 6 title or and for acquisition of lands interest waters, or penses, 7 the statutory authority appli- therein, in ·with 8 accordance the National Park Service, $168,444,000, to be cable 9 to Fund Conservation the Land and and "\\Tater from 10 derived to $124,006,000 available until expended, of which 11 remain 12 for the State assistance program and of which is 13 $10,000,000 shall be for the American Battlefield Protec- 14 tion grants as authorized by chapter 3081 of title Program 54, States Code. 15 United 16 CENTENNIAL CHALLEN"GE For expenses necessary to carry out the provis10ns 17 of section 101701 of title 54, United States Code, relating 18 to challenge cost share agreements, $20,000,000, to re- 19 20 main available until expended, for Centennial Challenge 21 projects progTams: Provided, 'I1hat not less than 50 and of 22 the total cost of each project or progTam shall percent 23 be derived from non-Federal sources in the form of do- cash, assets, or a pledge of donation guaranteed by nated 24 25 an irrevocable letter of credit. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

498 U:\2019CO:\TF\DivE-IKT.xml APPRO. SE:\!. 19 1 PROVISIONS ADl\IINISTRATIVE (INCLUDING 2 TRANSFER FUNDS) OF addition 3 uses set forth m section to In other States Code, franchise title 54, United 101917(c)(2) 4 of credited to 5 sub-account shall be available for ex- fees a penditure the Secretary, ·without further by 6 appropriation, 1 for use 7 unit \\ National 1.thin the at Park System any to 8 or reduce liability for Possessory extinguish or Interest may used be only leasehold funds Such interest. surrender 9 for this purpose to the extent that the benefitting unit an- 10 11 ticipated fee receipts over the term of the con- franchise amount tract that unit exceed the 12 of funds used to ex- at 13 tinguish or reduce liability. Franchise fees at the benefit- 14 ting shall be credited to the sub-account of the origi- unit the nating a period not to exceed over term of a single 15 unit contract at the benefitting unit, in the amount 16 funds of 17 expended to extinguish or reduce liability. so 18 the costs of administration of the Land and For 19 Water Conservation Fund grants authorized by section the Gulf of 1\/[exico Energy Security Act 20 105(a)(2)(B) of 21 2006 (Public Law 109-432), the National Park Service of 22 may retain up to 3 percent of the amounts which are au- 23 to be disbursed under such section, such retained thorized 24 amounts to remain available until expended. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

499 U:\2019COKF\DiYE-I~'l'.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 20 1 National funds Service transferred to may Park be Highway (FHW A), Depart- Federal Administration the 2 Transportation, for ment authorized under 23 of purposes 3 may include a reasonable amount rrransfers U.S.C. 4 204. administrative support costs. FHWA 5 for STATES UNITED SURYEY 6 GEOLOGICAL 7 SURVEYS, INVESTIGATIONS, AND RESEARCH For expenses necessary 8 the United States Geo- for 9 Survey to perform surveys, investigations, logical re- and search covering topography, geology, hydrology, biology, l O and the mineral and water resources of the United States, 11 its territories and possessions, and other areas as author- 12 and ized 43 U.S.C. 31, 1332, 13 1340; classify lands as by 14 to their mineral and water resources; give engineering su- 15 pervision power permittees and Federal Energy Regu- to latory licensees; administer the minerals ex- 16 Commission ploration program (30 U.S.C. 641); conduct inquiries into 17 18 the conditions affecting mining and materials economic processing 19 (30 U.S.C. 3, 21a, and 1603; 50 industries law; by 98g(l)) and related purposes as authorized U.S.C. 20 fore- and publish and disseminate data relative to 21 to the 22 going activities; $1,160,596,000, to remain available until 23 September 30, 2020; of which $84,337,000 shall remain and of 24 until expended for satellite operations; available 25 which $15,164,000 shall be available until expended for February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

500 U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml SEK. APPRO. 21 1 and capital improvement projects deferred maintenance none exceed cost: Provided, That in of the $100,000 that 2 shall activity the ecosystem research for funds provided 3 used to conduct new surveys on private property, 4 be unless specifically authorized in ·writing by the property owner: 5 Provided further, That 6 part of this appropriation shall no pay more than one-half the cost of topographic to 7 used be mapping 8 or water resources data collection and investiga- tions carried on in cooperation with States 9 municipali- and 10 ties. ADl\IINISTRATIVE 11 PROVISIONS From ·within 12 amount appropriated for activities the 13 of the United States Geological Survey such sums as are 14 necessary available for contracting for the fur- shall be of the maps and for nishing making of geo- 15 topographic or other specialized surveys when it is administra- 16 physical tively determined that such procedures are in the public 17 interest; and maintenance of necessary build- construction 18 ings and appurtenant facilities; acquisition of lands for 19 and seismic equip- observation wells, 20 gauging stations, 21 ment; of the United States National Committee expenses and payment of compensation and 22 Geological Sciences; for 23 expenses of persons employed by the Survey duly ap- the United States in the negotiation 24 to represent pointed 25 and administration of interstate compacts: Provided, That February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

501 SEN. APPRO. l':\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml 22 1 by appropriations herein made may be activities funded through use of contracts, grants, or co- the accomplished 2 agreements as defined in section 6302 of title 3 operative 31, United 4 Provided 'fhat the United Code: States further, Geological States may enter into contracts or coop- Survey 5 erative agreements directly with 6 or indirectly individuals or nonprofit organizations, without re- institutions 7 with 8 the U.S.C. 6101, for 41 temporary or intermittent gard to services of students or recent graduates, who shall be con- 9 sidered 10 for the purpose of chapters 5 7 and 81 employees of title 5, United States Code, relating to compensation 11 12 for travel and work injuries, and chapter 171 of title 28, 13 United Code, relating to tort claims, but shall not States any be be Federal employees for to other pur- 14 considered poses. 15 BUREAU OF 0CEAl~ ENERGY MANAGE:;\IENT 16 17 OCEAN l\IAXAGEMENrr ENERGY :B-,or and necessary for granting 18 admin- expenses istering leases, easements, rights-of-way and agreements 19 ma- and energy, minerals, other and gas, oil for for 20 use rine-related Shelf on the Outer Continental 21 and purposes 22 operations related thereto, as authorized by law; approving 23 for environmental studies, as authorized by law; for imple- the and to extent provided by Prcsi- laws other 24 menting 25 dential or Secretarial delegation; and for matching grants February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

502 SEK. APPRO. U: \2019CO .xml ~F\DivB-IKT 23 1 agreements, $179,266,000, of which or cooperative is remain available until September 30, 2 to $129,450,000 and of which $49,816,000 is to remain available 3 2020, Provided, rrhat this total appropriation 4 expended: until shall reduced by amounts collected by the Secretary 5 be and credited to this appropriation from additions 6 re- to rates in ef- increases to lease rental 7 resulting from ceipts cost 5, 1993, and from recovery fees from August feet 8 on activities conducted 9 the Energy of Ocean by Man- Bureau agement Outer to the 10 Continental Shelf Lands pursuant Act, including studies, assessments, analysis, and miscella- 11 12 neous administrative activities: Provided further, That the 13 sum appropriated shall be reduced as such collec- herein so tions during the fiscal year, received as to result 14 are in a final fiscal year 2019 appropriation estimated at 15 not 16 than $129,450,000: Provided further, That not to more exceed $3,000 shall be available for reasonable expenses 17 18 related to promoting volunteer beach and marine cleanup 19 activities. BUREAU SAFETY AND ENVIRON1VIE~TAL 20 OF ENFORCEMENT 21 OFFSHORE SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCE:;\IIENT 22 23 ]--,or expenses necessary for the regulation of oper- and 24 related to leases, easements, rights-of-way ations 25 agreements for use for oil and gas, other minerals, energy, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

503 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml 24 1 on the Outer Continental and marine-related purposes authorized and law; for enforcing as imple- 2 Shelf, by regulations as authorized by law and and laws menting 3 the extent provided by Presidential or Secretarial dele- 4 to and matching grants or cooperative agTee- for gation; 5 $145,475,000, of which $121,351,000 is to remain 6 ments, and of which 30, 2020, 7 until September available Pro- is to remain available until expended: 8 $24,124,000 vided, this total appropriation shall be reduced by 9 r.rhat amounts collected by the Secretary and credited to this 10 11 appropriation additions to receipts resulting from in- from effect creases 12 rental rates in to on August 5, 1993, lease 13 and from cost recovery fees from activities conducted by 14 the Safety and Environmental Enforcement Bureau of to Shelf Outer Continental pursuant Lands Act, in- 15 the studies, assessments, analysis, and miscellaneous 16 eluding administrative activities: Provided further, That the sum 17 herein shall be reduced as such collections appropriated 18 are received during the fiscal year, so as to result in a 19 year 2019 appropriation estimated at not more final fiscal 20 21 than $121,351,000. 22 an additional $41,765,000, to remam For amount, available until expended, to be reduced by amounts col- 23 by the Secretary and credited to this appropriation, 24 lected inspection 25 shall be derived from non-refundable which fees February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

504 U :\2019CO NP\DiYE-INT SEN. APPRO. .xml 25 1 fiscal year 2019, as provided in this Act: Pro- collected in such That extent that amounts realized from the to vided, 2 3 inspection fees exceed amounts realized $41,765,000, the excess of 4 in be to this appro- $41,765,000 shall credited and remain available until expended: Provided 5 priation 6 further, for fiscal That 2019, not less than 50 percent year by the Bureau of Safety 7 the inspection fees expended of and Enforcement will be used to fund per- Environmental 8 and and mission-related costs to expand capacity sonnel 9 expedite the orderly development, subject to environmental 10 11 of the Outer Continental Shelf pursuant to the safeguards, 12 Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act ( 43 U.S.C. 1331 et 13 seq.), the review of applications for permits to including drill. 14 OIL SPILL RESEARCH 15 For necessary expenses to carry out title I, section 16 1016, sections IV, 17 4202 and 4303, title VII, and title title Oil VIII, 8201 of the section Pollution Act of 1990, 18 19 $14,899,000, which shall be derived from the Oil Spill Li- 20 ability Fund, to remain available until expended. Trust OFFICE SURF 21 ACE MINING RECLAlVIATION AND OF ENFORCEl\IENT 22 23 REGULATION A..~D TECHNOLOGY 24 For necessary expenses to cany out the provis10ns Reclamation the Surface Mining Control and Act of 25 of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

505 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-I~'l'.xrnl SEK APPRO. 26 1 Law 95-87, $115,804,000, to remain avail- 1977, Public Provided, rrhat appropria- until 2020: 2 September able 30, for Office of Surface lV[ining Reclamation and tions 3 the may provide for the 4 and per diem ex- Enforcement travel penses State and tribal personnel attending Office of of 5 1\1:ining Reclamation and Enforcement sponsored Surface 6 training: 7 Provided further, of the amounts made 'l1hat under heading and notwithstanding the Fed- this 8 available the in section 705 of Surface eral limits share 9 contained l\1ining Control 10 Reclamation Act of and (30 U.S.C. 1977 11 not to exceed $2,300,000 shall be for the Secretary 1295), 12 of Interior to make grants the any State with active to 13 coal mine operations within its borders that does not have 14 an State regulatory program under section 503 approved of the Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 15 Surface 1977 (30 1253) for 16 U.S.C. of developing a the purpose State program under such 17 Act. 18 addition, for costs to review, administer, and en- In to force issued by the Office pursuant 19 section 507 permits 20 of Public Law 95-87 (30 U.S.C. 1257), $40,000, to re- 21 main until expended: Provided, That fees as- available Office and collected by the section pursuant to such 22 sessed 23 507 shall be credited to this account as discretionary off- 24 collections, to remain available until expended: setting 25 Provided further, That the sum herein appropriated from February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

506 SEN. APPRO. L':\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml 27 1 fund shall be reduced as collections are re- the general during 2 year, the ceived fiscal to in a fiscal as so result 3 appropriation estimated at not more than year 2019 4 $115,804,000. 1'IINE RECLAlVIATION FUND 5 ABANDONED title necessary For carry out expenses IV of the 6 to of Act and 1977, Reclamation Control Surface 7 Mining $24,672,000, to be derived from re- 95-87, Public Law 8 the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund and to ceipts 9 of That Provided, pursuant until expended: remain 10 available to is Law 97-365, the Department of the Interior 11 Public 12 authorized use to to 20 up from the recovery of percent 13 the delinquent debt owed to the United States Government for contracts to collect these debts: Provided fur- pay 14 to title ther, made available under funds IV of Public That 15 Law 95-87 may be used for any required non-Federal 16 Gov- of the cost of projects funded by the Federal 17 share 18 ernment for the purpose of environmental restoration re- 19 lated to treatment or abatement of acid mine drainage Provided further, rrhat such 20 from mines: abandoned projects 21 be consistent with the purposes and prior- must Act: Reclamation and the Surface Mining Control of ities 22 Provided further, That 23 provided under this head- amounts 24 ing may be used for the travel and per diem expenses of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

507 -C:\2019CO~F\DiYE-INT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 28 1 tribal personnel attending Office of Surface State and sponsored training. and Enforcement Reclamation Mining 2 3 addition, In to remain available until $115,000,000, recognized grants to States and federally In- for 4 expended, Tribes reclamation of abandoned mine lands and dian for 5 6 activities in accordance with the terms and other related 7 in the joint explanatory statement accom- conditions 8 this Act: panying rrhat such amount Provided, additional be used shall economic 9 for and community development in conjunction with the priorities in section 403(a) 10 the of 11 Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 (30 Surface U.S.C. 1233(a)): Provided further, That of such additional 12 13 amount, $75,000,000 shall be distributed in equal 14 amounts the 3 Appalachian States with the greatest to amount of needs to meet the priorities described 15 unfunded in (1) and (2) of such section, $30,000,000 16 paragraphs shall be distributed in 17 amounts to the 3 Appalachian equal 18 ·with the subsequent greatest amount of unfunded States 19 to meet such priorities, and $10,000,000 shall be needs without rrribes grants to federally recognized Indian for 20 regard the their status as certified or uncertified under 21 to and Reclamation Act of 1977 (30 Surface Mining Control 22 23 U.S.C. 1233(a)), for reclamation of abandoned mine lands other related activities in accordance with the terms and 24 25 and conditions in the joint explanatory statement accom- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

508 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-IK'l'.xrnl 29 1 Act and shall be used for economic and com- panying this conjunction with the priorities in in development munity 2 403(a) of the Surface _Mining Control and Rec- 3 section lamation Act 1977: 4 of That addi- further, such Provided States and Indian allocated to tional amount shall 5 be Tribes 6 60 days after the date of enactment of this within 7 Act. BUREAU AFFAIRS AND BUREAU OF INDIA.'J INDIAN 8 OF 9 EDUCATION OPERATION OF INDIA.'J PROGRAMS 10 FUNDS) TRANSFER OF (INCLUDING 11 12 expenses necessary for the operation of Indian For 13 as authorized by law, including the Snyder Act programs, 14 of :t\ovember 2, 1921 (25 U.S.C. 13), the Indian Self-De- 15 termination Education Assistance Act of 1975 (25 and U.S.C. et seq.), the Education Amendments of 1978 16 5301 (25 U .S.C. 2001-2019), and the Tribally Controlled 17 Schools 18 of 1988 (25 U.S.C. 2501 et seq.), Act $2,414,577,000, to remain available until September 30, 19 20 2020, except as otherwise provided herein; of which not 21 to $8,500 may be for official reception and rep- exceed not to exceed $76,000,000 resentation expenses; of which 22 23 shall be for welfare assistance payments: Provided, That 24 cases of designated Federal disasters, the Secretary in 25 may exceed such cap, from the amounts provided herein, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

509 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-IKT.xml 30 1 for disaster relief to Indian communities af- to provide rec- by Provided further, That federally disaster: the fected 2 3 ognized and tribal organizations of federally Indian tribes recognized 4 may use their tribal priority allo- Indian tribes for unmet welfare assistance costs: Provided fur- 5 cations ther, That not to exceed $683,572,000 6 school oper- for 7 costs of Bureau-funded schools ations other education and shall become available 8 July 1, 2019, and progTams on shall remain available until September 30, 2020: Provided 9 further, 10 not to exceed $55,174,000 shall remain That available for expended 11 housing improvement, road until maintenance, attorney fees, litigation support, land 12 13 records improvement, and the Navajo-Hopi Settlement 14 Program: further, That notwithstanding any Provided other provision law, including but not limited to the 15 of Self-Determination Act of 1975 (25 U.S.C. 5301 16 Indian et seq.) and section 1128 17 the Education Amendments of 18 1978 (25 U.S.C. 2008), not to exceed $82,935,000 of within and only from such amounts made available for 19 20 school operations shall be available for administrative cost 21 with grants approved prior to July 1, grants associated allocated Provided further, That any forestry funds 2019: 22 to a federally recognized tribe which 23 unobligated remain may be transferred during fis- 2020, 24 as of September 30, land an Indian forest assistance account year 2021 cal to 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

510 T.::\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xrnl SE~. APPRO. 31 1 the benefit of the holder of the funds within established for holder's the 2 fund account: Provided further, That trust such unobligated balances not so 3 shall ex- any transferred pirc September 30, 2021: on further, rrhat in 4 Provided order to enhance the safety of Bureau field 5 the employees, Bureau use funds to may uniforms or other iden- purchase 6 Provided further, tifying of clothing for personnel: 7 articles That the Bureau of Indian Affairs may accept transfers 8 of 9 from U.S. Customs and Border Protection to funds supplement any other funding available for reconstruction 10 11 or repair of roads owned by the Bureau of Indian Affairs 12 as on the National Tribal Transportation Facil- identified ity 23 U.S.C. 202(b)(l). 13 Inventory, 14 CONTRACT SUPPORT COSTS For payments to tribes and tribal organizations 15 for 16 support costs associated with Indian Self-Deter- contract mination and Education Assistance Act agreements -with 17 18 the Bureau of Indian Affairs for fiscal year 2019, such for 19 may be necessary, which shall be available as sums through September 30, 2020: Provided, That 20 obligation 21 not,vithstanding any other provision of law, no amounts under this heading shall be available for 22 available made 23 transfer to another budget account. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

511 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml APPRO. SEN. 32 CONSTRUCTION 1 OF FUNDS) (IKCLUDING 2 TRANSFER construction, 3 and rnainte- repair, For improvement, irrigation of nance 4 power systems, buildings, utilities, and other facilities, including architectural and engineer- 5 and contract; acquisition of lands, and interests by services ing 6 for in preparation of lands and farming, and for lands; 7 construction of 8 the Navajo Irrigation Project pur- Indian suant to Law 87-483; $358,719,000, to remain Public 9 Provided, That such amounts as available 10 expended: until may be available for the construction 11 the Navajo Indian of 12 Project may be transferred to the Bureau of Irrigation Reclamation: Provided further, That not to exceed 6 per- 13 In- of Bureau the authority available of cent 14 to contract Affairs may the Federal Highway Trust Fund dian 15 from program be cover the road to management costs of 16 used the Bureau: Provided further, That any funds provided for 17 the the Darns program pursuant to of Act of No- Safety 18 vernber 2, 1921 (25 U.S.C. 13), shall be made available 19 Provided further, That for fis- on a nonreirnbursable basis: 20 21 cal 2019, in implementing new construction, replace- year or facilities improvement and rnent facilities construction, 22 23 repair project grants in excess of $100,000 that are pro- 24 to vided gTant schools Public Law 100-297, the under the Interior shall use the Administrative and Secretary of 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

512 U:\2019CONF\DiYI

513 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xrnl 34 1 enactment of this Act, any grantee receiving funds date of Act, in or in any prior Act has not com- 2 this appropriated the planning and design phase of the project and pleted 3 construction: further, That this ap- 4 Provided commenced may 5 reimbursed from the Office of the Spe- propriation be cial 6 for American Indians appropriation for the Trustee 7 share of construction costs for space expan- appropriate meet agency offices to in trust reform imple- sion 8 needed mentation: Provided further, That of the funds made 9 avail- 10 under this heading, $10,000,000 shall be derived able from the Indian Irrigation Fund established by section 11 Stat. 130 114-322; the WIIN Act (Public Law of 3211 12 Provided That for funds appropriated 1749): 13 further, this heading, the date specified in section 3216 under of 14 Law 114-322 shall be applied as Public 15 substituting 2028" for "September 30, 2021". 16 "September 30, INDIAN 17 WATER CLALVI SETTLEMENTS AND AND LAND PAY1VIENTS TO INDIANS MISCELLANEOUS 18 For payments and necessary administrative expenses 19 Indian land and water claim settle- for implementation of 20 21 ments to Public Laws 99-264, 100-580, 101- pursuant 22 111-11, 111-291, and 114-322, and for implemcn- 618, 23 tation of other land and water rights settlements, 24 to remain available until expended: $50,057,000, Pro- 25 vided, That the Secretary shall make payments in such February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

514 U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 35 1 necessary to satisfy the total authorized amounts as for 2 Nation Water Rights Trust Fund. the Navajo amount LOAN PROGRAM ACCOUNT GUARA..c~TEED 3 INDLlli the cost of guaranteed loans and 4 loans, For insured 5 which $1,455,000 is for administrative $10,779,000, of expenses, 6 authorized by the Indian Financing Act of as 197 4: Provided, That such costs, including the cost of 7 502 such loans, shall be as defined in section 8 modifying 197 of Budget Act of Congressional 4: Provided fur- 9 the ther, That these funds are IO to subsidize total loan available 11 any part of which principal, be guaranteed or insured, is to 12 not to exceed $174,616,164. 13 ,\Dl\IIXISTRATIVE PROVISIONS The Bureau Indian Affairs may carry out the oper- 14 of of Indian programs by direct expenditure, contracts, 15 ation cooperative agTeements, compacts, and 16 either di- gTants, 17 or in cooperation with States and other organiza- rectly tions. 18 19 Notwithstanding Public Law 87-279 (25 U.S.C. 15), 20 the Bureau of Indian Affairs may contract for services in 21 support the management, operation, and maintenance of of 22 Power Division of the San Carlos Irrigation Project. the 23 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no funds Indian the Bureau of Affairs for central office 24 to available 25 oversight and Executive Direction and Administrative February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

515 SE:t-,;". APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-IN'l'.xml 36 1 executive direction and administrative Services ( except funding 2 Priority Allocations, regional for services Tribal offices, 3 and operations and maintenance) shall be facilities for contracts, grants, compacts, or 4 available cooperative the Bureau of Indian Affairs under the agreements 5 with Indian Self-Determination Act or the of the 6 provisions Tribal Self-Governance Act 7 1994 (Public Law 103- of 8 413). In the any tribe returns appropriations made 9 event available 10 of to the Bureau by Indian Affairs, this Act this action shall 11 diminish the J1'ederal Government's trust not 12 to that tribe, or the government-to-govern- responsibility 13 relationship between the United States and that ment 14 tribe, or that tribe's ability to access future appropria- 15 tions. Notwithstanding any provision of law, no funds 16 other available the Bureau of Indian Education, other than 17 to the amounts provided herein for 18 to public assistance 19 under 25 U.S.C. 452 et seq., shall be available schools to any elementary or secondary 20 support the operation of 21 school in the State of Alaska. 22 Ko available to funds Bureau Indian Edu- the of cation shall be 23 to support expanded grades for any used 24 school or dormitory beyond the grade structure in place Interior by the Secretary of the at each school approved 25 or February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

516 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml SEJ\1'. APPRO. 37 Bureau Indian Education school of as of in the system 1 Interior that the Secretary of the 1995, 1, 2 October except to this waive support eA1mnsion of up prohibition may to 3 the Secretary determines such one additional grade when 4 the mission is support accomplishment of to waiver needed 5 of 6 of Indian Education, or more than one the Bureau the elementary grade structure for Bu- 7 to expand grade 8 schools ·with a K-2 grade reau-funded on Octo- structure in 1, Appropriations made ber 1996. this or any available 9 prior Act for schools funded by the Bureau shall be 10 avail- 11 in accordance with the Bureau's funding formula, able, Bureau only the schools in the 12 school system as of Sep- to 13 tember 1, 1996, and to any school or school program that 14 was in fiscal year 2012. Funds made available reinstated under this may not be used to establish a charter 15 Act at a Bureau-funded school (as that term is defined 16 school in section 1141 of the Education 17 of 1978 Amendments 18 U.S.C. 2021)), except that a charter school that is (25 the 19 on the date of existence enactment of this Act and in 20 that has operated at a Bureau-funded school before Sep- 21 tember 1999, may continue to operate during that pe- 1, school only if the charter but pays to the Bureau 22 riod, 23 a pro rata share of funds to reimburse the Bureau for 24 the of the real use personal property ( including buses and sepa- and vans), the funds of the charter school are kept 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

517 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.x:ml 38 1 apart from Bureau funds, and the Bureau does rate and obligation for charter school programs of any assume 2 not State in which the school is located if the charter the 3 loses such funding. Employees of Bureau-funded 4 school a campus with a charter school and per- sharing schools 5 operation school's charter the to related forming 6 functions shall employees a and school of not be treated as charter 7 Federal employees purposes of chapter 171 of title 28, 8 for States Code. 9 United any other provision of law, including Notwithstanding 10 11 section of title I of appendix: C of Public Law 106- 113 or 12 in fiscal year 2003 if 2004 a grantee received indi- 113, 13 rect and administrative costs pursuant to a distribution 14 formula section 5(f) based on Law the Public 101-301, of shall continue 15 distribute indirect and admin- Secretary to istrative cost funds to such grantee using the section 5(f) 16 distribution 17 formula. be available this Act may 18 under used to Funds not Bureau school locations of schools in the 19 establish satellite that the Secretary of September 1, 1996, except 20 system as tribe 21 this prohibition in order for an Indian waive may and cultural immersion educational 22 to provide language 23 programs for non-public schools located ·within the juris- area of the tribal government which exclusively 24 dictional 25 serve tribal members, do not include grades beyond those February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

518 SE~. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-IK'l'.xml 39 1 at the existing Bureau-funded school, currently served an environment with. educator pres- educational provide 2 3 ence facilities comparable to the Bureau- and academic school, comply with all applicable rrribal, Federal, 4 funded or health and safety standards, and the Ainericans 5 State with Disabilities Act, and demonstrate the benefits 6 es- of 7 operations tablishing a satellite location lieu of incur- at in as for transportation or extraordinary ring such 8 costs, other impacts to students such as those 9 by busing caused 10 extended distances: Provided, That no funds students be available this Act may 11 used to fund operations, under 12 maintenance, rehabilitation, construction or other facili- 13 ties-related for such assets that are not owned by costs the Bureau: further, That the term "satellite 14 Provided means a school location physically separated from 15 school" the existing Bureau school by 16 than 50 miles but that more 17 part of the existing school in forms other respects. all 18 DEP ARTl\IENTAL OFFICES 19 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 20 DEPARTMENTAL OPERATIONS (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) 21 TRA.~SFER For necessary 22 for management of the De- expenses 23 partment of the Interior and for grants and cooperative re- by law, $124,673,000, to 24 authorized as agreements, 30, 2020; of which not to main available until September 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

519 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml 40 1 may be for official reception and represen- exceed $15,000 2 shall which up to $1,000,000 of be tation expenses; and unem- and compensation payments 3 available for workers ployment compensation associated with the or- 4 payments Bureau closure the United States derly of Mines; and 5 of of which $9,000,000 for the Office of Valuation Services 6 Land and Water Conservation is the 7 be derived from to 8 Fund shall remain available until expended; and of and resource and mineral, Indian land, for which 9 $9,704,000 valuation activities shall remain available until expended: 10 Provided, for funds 11 Indian land, mineral, and re- That source valuation activities may, as needed, be transferred 12 13 to and merged with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bu- 14 reau Indian Education "Operation of Indian Programs" of Special account Office of the the rrrustee for Arner- 15 and ican Indians "Federal Trust Programs" account: Provided 16 17 further, funds made available through contracts or That 18 obligated during fiscal year 2019, as authorized by grants 19 the Indian Self-Determination Act of 1975 (25 U.S.C. seq.), shall remain available until expended by the et 20 5301 contractor or grantee: Provided further, rrhat of the 21 22 amounts made available under this heading, $400,000 23 be made available to the commission established by shall 24 section 3 (a) of the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

520 U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 41 1 Native Children Act (Public Law Soboleff Commission on Stat. 981). 114-244; 130 2 3 .ADl\IINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS fiscal year 2019, up to $400,000 of the payments 4 For United by of title 31, 69 States Code, chapter authorized 5 be retained for administrative expenses of the Pay- 6 may Provided, That the of Taxes Program: 7 in Lieu ments 8 provided amounts this Act for the Pay- under specifically are in ments rraxes program Lieu the only amounts 9 of available 10 payments authorized under chapter 69 of for 11 31, United States Code: title further, That in the Provided 12 event the sums appropriated for any fiscal year for pay- 13 ments to this chapter are insufficient to make pursuant chapter the authorized by that payments to all units 14 full of local government, then the payment to each local 15 gov- 16 shall be made proportionally: Provided further, ernment 17 the Secretary may make adjustments to payment to That 18 individual units of local government to correct for prior 19 overpayments underpayments: Provided further, That or pursuant no 20 be made payment to that chapter tooth- shall 21 erwise eligible units of local government if the computed than of the payment is less amount $100. 22 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

521 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-IKT.xml SEK. APPRO. 42 1 AIRS I~SULAR A.FF TO TERRITORIES ASSISTAXCE 2 necessary for 3 to territories expenses For assistance the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior under 4 5 jurisdictions identified in section 104(e) of Pub- other and lie 6 Law 108-188, $100,688,000, of which: (1) $91,240,000 shall remain available until expended for ter- 7 ritorial 8 including general technical assistance, assistance, maintenance assistance, assistance, coral reef ini- 9 disaster activities, tiative brown tree snake control and re- 10 and search; grants to the judiciary 11 American Samoa for in 12 and expenses, as authorized by law ( 48 compensation U.S.C. 1661(c)); grants to the Government of American 13 14 Samoa, in addition to current local revenues, for construc- 15 tion support of governmental functions; grants to the and Government the Virgin Islands, as authorized by law; 16 of grants to the Government of Guam, as authorized by law; 17 18 and to the Government of the K orthern l\1ariana grants law 19 as authorized by , (Public Law 94-241; 90 Islands until Stat. 272); and (2) $9,448,000 shall be available 20 21 30, 2020, for salaries and expenses of the Of- September fice of Insular Affairs: Provided, rrhat all financial trans- 22 23 actions of the territorial and local governments herein pro- 24 for, including such transactions of all agencies or vided 25 instrumentalities established or used by such governments, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

522 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 43 1 audited by the Government Accountability Office, may be 2 35 accordance with chapter in of title its discretion, at Northern States Code: Provided further, That United 31, 3 Islands Covenant grant funding shall be provided l\!Iariana 4 Agreement to terms of the those of the Special 5 according Representatives on Future United 6 Financial Assist- States the Northern Mariana Islands approved by Public for 7 ance Law Provided further, That the funds for the 104-134: 8 are improvement maintenance and operations program 9 of appropriated to institutionalize routine operations and 10 maintenance of 11 capital infrastructure with improvement territorial 12 and cost sharing to be determined participation 13 by the Secretary based on the grantee's commitment to 14 timely of its capital assets: Provided further, maintenance That appropriation for disaster assistance under this 15 any heading in this Act or previous appropriations Acts may 16 17 be as non-Federal matching funds for the purpose used of hazard mitigation grants provided pursuant to section 18 19 404 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emer- 20 gency Act (42 U.S.C. 5170c). Assistance COMPACT ASSOCIATION FREE 21 OF For 22 and necessary expenses, $3,413,000, to gTants 23 remain available until expended, as provided for in sec- the and 233 of 22l(a)(2) Compact of Free Associa- 24 tions 25 tion for the Republic of Palau; and section 221(a)(2) of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

523 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONl<'\DivE-INT.xml 44 1 of Free Association for the Government of the Compacts Republic the :Marshall Islands and the Federated the of 2 of .1\/Iicronesia, as authorized by Public Law 99- 3 States and Law 658 108-188. 4 Public PROVISIONS ADlVIINTSTRATIVE 5 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) 6 the 7 of the Governor of Guam, the Sec- At request retary may transfer mandatory funds or discretionary 8 funds provided section 104(e) of Public Law 108- 9 under 188 Public Law 104-134, that are allocated for 10 and Guam, to the Secretary of Agriculture for 11 subsidy cost the 12 direct or guaranteed loans, plus not to exceed three per- of subsidy 13 the amount of the of transferred for the cost cent 14 of loan administration, for the purposes authorized by the 15 Rural Act of 1936 and section 306(a)(l) Electrification of Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act for 16 the construction and repair projects in Guam, and such funds 17 18 shall available until expended: Provided, That such remain modifying costs, the cost of 19 such loans, shall be including Act Budget Congressional in section 502 of the defined as 20 197 of Provided further, That such loans or loan guaran- 21 4: may be made without regard to the population of the 22 tees 23 area, credit elsewhere requirements, and restrictions on types of eligible entities under the Rural Electrifica- the 24 25 tion Act of 1936 and section 306(a)(l) of the Consolidated February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

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525 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 46 1 account; the Office of the Solicitor, "Sala- dian Programs" and 2 and the Office of the Sec- EA7Penses" account; ries Operations'' account: Provided fur- ''Departmental 3 retary, That funds made available through 4 or ther, contracts grants during fiscal year 2019, as authorized by 5 obligated Indian Self-Determination Act of 1975 (25 U.S.C. 6 the 5301 et 7 shall remain available until expended seq.), by the contractor 8 Provided further, That notwith- or grantee: any provision of law, the Secretary shall other standing 9 not be required to provide a quarterly statement 10 per- of 11 for any Indian trust account that has not had formance and 12 at least 15 months for has a balance of $15 activitv 13 or less: Provided further, That the Secretary shall issue 14 an statement and maintain a record of any annual account accounts balance shall permit the such in each such 15 and to be ·withdrawn upon the eAl)ress ,vritten request 16 account of the account holder: Provided further, That not to exceed 17 $50,000 available for the Secretary to make payments is 18 to correct administrative errors of either disbursements 19 Indian Money or Tribal ac- Individual 20 from or deposits to 21 counts September 30, 2002: Provided further, That after 22 payments that are recovered shall be credited erroneous 23 to and remain available in this account for this purpose: 24 further, That the Secretary shall not be required Provided 25 to reconcile Special Deposit Accounts with a balance of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

526 APPRO. SEK. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-I~T.xml 47 1 less unless than of the Special rrrustee the $500 Office proof ownership from a Special Deposit Ac- receives 2 of That Provided further, notwithstanding claimant: 3 counts the American Indian Trust Fund Manage- 102 section of 4 Reform Act of 1994 (Public Law 103-412) or any ment 5 other provision of law, 6 Secretary may aggregate the the 7 accounts of individuals whose whereabouts are un- trust least at five years and a continuous period of knnwn 8 for shall not be required to generate periodic statements of 9 performance 10 the individual accounts: Provided further, for eighth r:1--,hat respect to the 11 proviso, the Secretary shall with 12 continue to maintain sufficient records to determine the 13 balance the individual accounts, including any accrued of interest 14 income, and such funds shall remain available and to the individual account holders. 15 DEPARTMENT-'\YIDE 16 PROGHA~\!IS ,YILDLAND FIRE :.\1ANAGEMENT 17 (INCLUDING FUNDS) OF 18 TRA.i.~SFERS .B--,or 19 expenses for fire preparedness, fire necessary emer- research, and fire science suppression 20 operations, gency fuels management activities, and 21 rehabilitation, rural 22 assistance by the Department of the Interior, fire 23 $941,211,000, to remain available until expended, of shall 24 to exceed $18,427,000 not be for the renova- which 25 tion or construction of fire facilities: Provided, That such February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

527 SEK APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-I~T.xrnl 48 1 also available for repayment of advances to funds are appropriation 2 which funds ·were pre- accounts other from for such purposes: Provided further, transferred viously 3 of the funds provided $189,000,000 4 fuels man- That is for agement Provided further, That of the funds 5 activities: $20,470,000 is for burned area rehabilitation: 6 provided Provided further, That persons hired pursuant to 43 7 8 1469 U.S.C. be furnished and lodging may subsistence cost without funds available from this appropriation: 9 from Provided further, That notwithstanding 42 U.S.C. 1856d, IO sums 11 by a bureau or office of the Department received protection 12 Interior for fire the rendered pursuant to 42 of 13 U.S.C. 1856 et seq., protection of United States property, 14 may credited to the appropriation from which funds be and were provide that protection, to are avail- 15 e:}q)ended 1 without fiscal year limitation: Provided further, T 16 hat able 17 using amounts designated under this title of this Act, the the Secretary of the Interior may enter into procurement 18 19 contracts, gTants, or cooperative agTeements, for fuels and for training and monitoring 20 management activities, associated activities such fuels management 21 on Fed- with 22 land, or on adjacent non-Federal land for activities eral 23 that benefit resources on Federal land: Provided further, any 24 costs of implementing the cooperative agreement That 25 between the Federal Government and any non-}1-,ederal en- FeL,uary 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

528 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-IKT.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 49 1 the shared, agreed on by mutually affected tity may be as further, rrhat notwithstanding Provided require- 2 parties: 3 of ments in Act, the Sec- Competition the Contracting for purposes of fuels management activities, 4 retary, may obtain practicable competition among: ( 1) local 5 maximum Con- or cooperative entities; (2) Youth nonprofit, private, 6 Lands Corps (Public Law 7 Corps crews, Public servation 8 or related partnerships with State, local, or 109-154), nonprofit gToups; ( 3) small or micro-businesses; or 9 youth ( 4) other entities that will hire or train locally a significant 10 project percentage, as 50 percent or more, of the defined 11 12 workforce to complete such contracts: Provided further, 13 That in implementing this section, the Secretary shall de- 14 velop guidance to field units to ensure account- written ability and application of the authorities pro- 15 consistent herein: Provided further, 'l1hat funds appropriated 16 vided under this heading may be used to 17 the United reimburse 18 Fish and Wildlife Service and the National .Marine States of 19 for the costs Service carrying out their re- Fisheries 1973 of under the Endangered Species Act sponsibilities 20 consult (16 et seq.) to 1531 and conference, as 21 U.S.C. 22 required by section 7 of such Act, in connection with 23 wildland fire management activities: Provided further, Interior 24 Secretary of the the may use wildland fire That 25 appropriations to enter into leases of real property with February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

529 "C:\2019COK:B'\DiYE-INT.:s:ml SEN. APPRO. 50 1 at or below fair market value, to con- local governments, capitalized improvements fire facilities on such for struct 2 properties, including leased 3 limited to fire guard but not stations, retardant and other initial attack and 4 stations, fire facilities, and to make advance payments for 5 support any such lease or for construction activity associated 6 with 7 lease: the further, That Secretary of the Inte- Provided the and Secretary of Agriculture may authorize the the rior 8 transfer of funds appropriated for wildland fire manag·e- 9 10 ment, an aggregate amount not to exceed $50,000,000, in between when Departments 11 such transfers would fa- the cilitate and expedite wildland fire management programs 12 13 and projects: Provided further, That funds provided for 14 wildfire be available for support of Fed- suppression shall emergency Provided actions: eral further, That 15 response funds under this heading shall be available 16 appropriated for assistance to or through the Department of State in 17 connection forest and rangeland research, technical v.rith 18 information, and assistance in foreign countries, and, ·with 19 the Secretary of State, shall be avail- of 20 the concurrence 21 able support forest1y, wildland fire management, and to related natural resource activities outside the United 22 23 States and its territories and possessions, including tech- and training, and cooperation 24 assistance, education nical 25 with United States and international organizations. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

530 U :\2019CO Kl<--,\DivE-INT .x:ml APPRO. SEN. 51 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 1 CENTRAL FUND expenses of necessary Department of the In- :B-,or 2 the and any of its component offices for bureaus and terior 3 response including associated activities, per- action, the 4 5 to the Comprehensive Environmental Re- formed pursuant and U.S.C. 9601 Liability Act ( 42 Compensation, sponse, 6 et seq.), to remain available until expended. $10,010,000, 7 8 RESOURCE DAMAGE AsSESSl\IENT Ai~D NArruRAL 9 RESTORATION NATURAL RESOURCE D.Al\1AGE 10 FUND ASSESSMENT 11 conduct natural resource damage assessment, res- To 12 activities, and onshore oil spill preparedness by toration 13 the Department of the Interior necessary to carry out the 14 provisions the Comprehensive Environmental Response, of Compensation, Liability Act ( 42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq.), 15 and the Federal ,¥ater Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1251 16 et seq.), the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (33 U.S.C. 2701 17 100721 et and 54 U.S.C. seq.), et seq., $7,767,000, to 18 19 remain available until expended. 20 WORKING FUND CAPITAL E..,or of operation and maintenance 21 a departmental the and business management system, information financial 22 23 technology improvements of general benefit to the Depart- and the consolidation of facilities and 24 cybersecurity, ment, 25 operations throughout the Department, $55,735,000, to February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

531 U:\2019CON'F\DiYE-I:-J'l'.xml SEX APPRO. 52 1 until e2qJended: Provided, That none of remain available other funds this Act or any in Act may the appropriated 2 used to establish reserves in the Working Capital Fund 3 be other 4 for accrued annual leave and deprecia- account than tion equipment ,vithout prior approval of the Commit- 5 of tees on Appropriations of the House of 6 Representatives the Senate: Provided further, That the Secretary may and 7 assess reasonable to State, local and tribal govern- 8 charges ment for training services provided by the Na- employees 9 train- Indian Program Training Center, other than tional 10 ing to Public Law 93-638: Provided further, That 11 related 12 Secretary may lease or othenvise provide space and the 13 related facilities, equipment or professional services of the 14 National Program Training Center to State, local Indian and tribal employees or persons or organiza- 15 government tions in cultural, educational, or recreational ac- 16 engaged tivities (as defined in section 3306(a) of 17 40, United title 18 Code) at the prevailing rate for similar space, facili- States the ties, or services in equipment, vicinity of the National 19 20 Indian Program 'I1raining Center: Provided further, That 21 all received pursuant to the two preceding provisos funds account, 22 credited to this be shall be available until shall 23 expended, and shall be used by the Secretary for necessary the National Indian Program Training Center: 24 of expenses grants Provided further, rrhat the Secretary may enter into 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

532 U :\2019CO NF\DivE-INT SEN. APPRO. .xrnl 53 1 agreements to support the Office of Nat- and cooperative Resource collection and disbursement of Revenue's ural 2 au- and other mineral revenue proceeds, as fees, royalties, 3 by law. thorized 4 PROVISION ADlVIINISTRATIVE 5 is hereby authorized 6 acquisition from avail- There for Fund, the Capital aircraft Working ·within resources 7 able which 8 obtained by donation, purchase or through may be excess surplus property: Provided, That existing 9 available proceeds may with derived be sold, replaced being 10 aircraft purchase or value used to 11 the trade-in price for the offset 12 replacement aircraft. 13 OFFICE OF NATURAL RESOURCES REYENUE 14 For expenses for management of the collec- necessary tion disbursement of royalties, fees, and other mineral and 15 agree- cooperative and for grants and proceeds, 16 revenue ments, as authorized by law, $137,505,000, to 17 remain 18 available until September 30, 2020; of which $41,727,000 19 shall remain available until eAl)ended for the purpose of 20 mineral management activities: Provided, That revenue notwithstanding law, other provision of 21 $15,000 shall any 22 available for refunds of overpayments in connection be 23 with certain Indian leases in which the Secretary con- pay 24 with the claimed refund due, to curred amounts owed February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

533 SB~. APPRO. U:\2019CO~F\DiYE-INT.xrnl 54 1 allottees or tribes, or to correct prior unrecover- to Indian erroneous payments. 2 able DEPARTMENT 3 THE INTERIOR PROVISIONS, GENERAL OF TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) 4 (IKCLUDING 'l'RANSFER EMERGENCY AUTHORITY-INTRA-BUREAU 5 101. Appropriations made in this title shall 6 SEC. be available for expenditure or 7 transfer (within each bureau or office), with the 8 of the Secretary, for the emer- approval or repair of aircraft, reconstruction, replacement, 9 gency buildings, or other facilities or equipment dam- 10 utilities, aged or destroyed by fire, flood, storm, or other unavoid- 11 12 able Provided, That no funds shall be made avail- causes: able under this authority until funds specifically made 13 14 available to the Department of the Interior for emer- 15 gencies have been exhausted: Provided further, That shall section all pursuant to this used must be replenished 16 funds by a supplemental appropriation, which must be requested 17 as 18 as possible. promptly E:MERGEKCY AUTHORITY-DEPART:;vIENT-vVIDE 19 TRANSFER SEC. 102. 20 Secretary may authorize the expendi- The 21 ture or transfer of any no year appropriation in this title, in to the amounts included in the budget pro- addition 22 for 23 the several agencies, of the suppression or emer- gTams 24 gency prevention of wildland fires on or threatening lands 25 under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior; February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

534 U:\2019COKF\DiYE-IN'l'.xml SEN. APPRO. 55 1 emergency rehabilitation of burned-over lands for the its emergency actions related to po- jurisdiction; under for 2 actual earthquakes, floods, volcanoes, storms, or or tential 3 unavoidable causes; for contingency planning 4 other subse- and natural resource spills; for response quent actual oil 5 to or assessment activities related to actual oil spills 6 damage releases of hazardous substances 7 the environment; for into and control of actual or po- 8 prevention, suppression, the Mormon cricket outbreaks on and tential 9 grasshopper under lands jurisdiction of the Secretary, pursuant to 10 the the authority in section 417(b) 11 Public Law 106-224 of 12 U.S.C. 7717(b)); for emergency reclamation projects (7 Law under 410 of Public 13 95-87; and shall trans- section 14 fer, from any no year funds available to the Office of Sur- 15 face Reclamation and Enforcement, such funds as :Mining may necessmy to permit assumption of regulatory au- be 16 thority in the event a primacy State is not carrying out 17 18 regulatory provisions of the Surface Mining Act: Pro- the vided, That appropriations made in this title for wildland l 9 20 fire operations shall be available for the payment obliga- of tions and during the preceding fiscal year, 21 for incurred Federal agencies for destruction reimbursement to other 22 23 of vehicles, aircraft, or other equipment in connection with use for ·wildland fire operations, with such reimburse- their 24 available ment to be credited to appropriations currently 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

535 "G:\2019COKF\DiYE-INT.xml SE~. APPRO. 56 1 time of receipt thereof: Provided further, That for at the fire no funds shall be made available 2 ·wildland operations, this authority until the Secretary determines that under 3 4 for "wildland fire suppression" shall funds appropriated be ·within 30 days: Provided further, That all 5 exhausted funds used pursuant to this section 6 be replenished must a supplemental appropriation, which must be requested by 7 as as possible: Provided further, That such re- 8 promptly plenishment funds shall be used to reimburse, on a pro 9 rata accounts 10 from which emergency funds were basis, transferred. 11 AUTHORIZED USE OF FUNDS 12 13 103. Appropriations made to the Department SEC. 14 of the Interior in this title shall be available for services 15 as by section 3109 of title 5, United States authorized Code, authorized by the Secretary, in total amount 16 when not to exceed $500,000; purchase and replacement of 17 motor 18 including specially equipped law enforce- vehicles, 19 vehicles; hire, maintenance, and operation of air- ment 20 craft; hire of passenger motor vehicles; purchase of re- 21 prints; for telephone service in private residences payment the field, when authorized under regulations approved in 22 23 by the Secretary; and the payment of dues, when author- 24 ized by the Secretary, for library membership in societies 25 or associations which issue publications to members only February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

536 -C:\2019CONF\DiYE-IK'l'.xml SEN. APPRO. 57 1 a price to members lower than to subscribers who or at 2 not members. are OF 3 INDIAN TRUST USE AUTHORIZED FUNDS, 4 I\IANAGEMENT 104. in made SEC. this Act under the 5 Appropriations of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Indian Bureau headings 6 Education, and Office of the 7 'l1rustee for American Special and any unobligated balances from prior appro- 8 Indians under the same headings shall be priations made Acts 9 trust Indian for man- transfer expenditure or available 10 for agement for reform activities. Total funding 11 historical and accounting activities shall not exceed amounts specifically 12 13 designated in this Act for such purpose. 14 REDISTRIBUTION FUNDS, BUREAU OF INDIAN OF AFFAIRS 15 SEC. 105. Notwithstanding any other provis10n of 16 law, the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to 17 redis- 18 any Tribal Priority Allocation funds, including tribute 19 base funds, to alleviate tribal funding inequities by tribal 20 transferring funds to address identified, unmet needs, 21 dual overlapping service areas or inaccurate enrollment, 22 methodologies. No tribe shall receive a reduc- distribution 23 tion in Tribal Priority Allocation funds of more than 10 24 percent fiscal year 2019. Under in of dual circumstances or inaccurate dis- service areas 25 enrollment, overlapping February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

537 l;: \2019CO .x:ml SEK APPRO. NF\DivE-IKT 58 1 the 10 percent limitation does not tribution methodologies, 2 apply. .AND LIBERTY ISLA.c"'\l"DS ELLIS, GOVERKORS, 3 106. any other provision of SEC. Notwithstanding 4 the Secretary of 5 Interior is authorized to acquire law, the lands, or interests therein including waters, use of all 6 the or part of any pier, dock, or landing within the State of 7 8 York and the State of New Jersey, for the purpose New of support and maintaining facilities in the 9 of operating transportation visitors accommodation of 10 to Ellis, and Governors, 11 Liberty Islands, and of other program and and 12 administrative activities, by donation or with appropriated 13 funds, franchise fees (and other monetary con- including sideration), by exchange; and the Secretary is author- 14 or ized to negotiate and enter into leases, subleases, conces- 15 sion other or 16 agreements for the use of such fa- contracts the cilities such terms and conditions as 17 Secretary may on 18 determine reasonable. 19 OUTER CONTIKENT.AL SHELF INSPECTION FEES 20 SEC. (a) In fiscal year 2019, the Secretary shall 107. shall 21 inspection fee, which a nonrefundable be de- collect 22 posited in the "Offshore Safety and Environmental En- for 23 from the desif,>nated operator account, fa- forcement" under 43 U.S.C. 1348(c). inspection 24 cilities subject to February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

538 U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.:,m1l SEN. APPRO. 59 1 fees shall be collected for facilities (b) Annual that rigs, waterline, excluding drilling the and are are 2 above place at the start of the fiscal year. Fees for in year fiscal 3 shall be: 4 2019 but with facilities (1) no wells, for $10,500 5 with processing equipment 6 gathering lines; or (2) 7 for facilities with 1 to 10 wells, $17,000 combination of active or inactive wells; and any ,vith 8 (3) $31,500 for facilities with more than 10 9 wells, 10 with combination of active or inactive any wells. 11 ( c) Fees for drilling 12 shall be assessed for all in- rigs 13 spections completed in fiscal year 2019. Fees for fiscal 14 year shall be: 2019 (1) $30,500 inspection for rigs operating in 15 per 16 water of 500 feet or more; and depths (2) $16,700 per 17 for rigs operating in inspection 18 depths of less than 500 feet. water (d) The Secretary shall bill designated operators 19 re- under subsection (b) ,vi thin 60 days, with payment 20 21 within 30 days of billing. The Secretmy shall quired bill under subsection (c) within 30 days 22 designated operators 23 of the end of the month in which the inspection occurred, of 24 payment required within 30 days with billing. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

539 U:\2019CONJ,'\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 60 1 OCEAN ENERGY l\IANAGEMENT, REGULATION BUREAU OF ENFORCEl\IE~T AND 2 REORGANIZATION 108. The Secretary of the Interior, in order to 3 SEC. the Bureau of Ocean En- implement a reorganization 4 of Management, Regulation and Enforcement, may 5 ergy transfer funds among and between the successor offices 6 7 and affected by the reorganization only in con- bureaus formance the reprogramming guidelines described in with 8 Act. joint explanatory statement accompanying this the 9 CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS FOR \VILD HORSE AND 10 BURRO HOLDING FACILITIES 11 SEC. 109. 12 any other provis10n of Notwithstanding 13 this Act, the Secretary of the Interior may enter into 14 multiyear with nonprofit organiza- cooperative agreements and enter appropriate entities, and may tions into 15 other contracts 16 multiyear in accordance with the provisions of section 3903 of title 41, United States Code (except that 17 not the term restriction in subsection (a) shall 5-year 18 term care and maintenance of excess apply), for the long- 19 and burros by such organizations 20 horses wild roaming free 21 entities on private land. Such cooperative agreements or 22 and contracts may not exceed 10 years, subject to renewal Secretary. 23 the discretion of the at February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

540 U:\2019CONF\Divl

541 U:\20] 9CO~F\DiYE-l~T.A1l1l APPRO. SEX 62 1 any such transfer immediately upon request of may make Federal, or local government agency: Provided such 2 State, That any excess animal transferred under this 3 further, status as a ,vild free-roaming horse shall its provision 4 lose Free- or defined in the Wild as Roaming Horses and 5 burro Burros Act: Provided further, 6 any Federal, State, or That 7 government agency receiving excess wild horses or local shall burros in this section authorized not: destroy the 8 as horses or burros in a way that results in their destruction 9 into 10 products; sell or otherwise transfer the commercial that horses burros in a way 11 results in their destruction or 12 for processing into commercial products; or euthanize the 13 horses burros except upon the recommendation of a li- or illness, censed cases of severe injury, in or 14 veterinarian, advanced age. 15 DEP ARTl\IENT OF THE INTERIOR EXPERIENCED SERVICES 16 PROGRA1VI 17 SEC. (a) Notwithstanding any other proV1s10n 18 113. of 19 relating to Federal gTants and cooperative agTee- law 20 ments, the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to make 21 grants or enter into cooperative agreements with, pri- to, vate nonprofit organizations designated 22 by the Secretary 23 of Labor under title V of the Older Americans Act of 1965 24 utilize to the talents of older Americans in progTams au- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

542 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.:,,_,nl SEX APPRO. 63 1 other provisions of law administered by the thorized by and with such provisions of law. Secretary consistent 2 Prior to awarding any gTant 3 agreement under (b) or subsection the Secretary shall (a), that the agree- 4 ensure ment would 5 not- 6 1) result 111 the displacement of individuals ( currently by the Department, including 7 employed partial displacement through reduction of non-over- 8 time wages, 9 or employment benefits; hours, of (2) 10 the use result an individual under the in 11 Department of the Interior Experienced Services 12 Program a job or function in a case in which a for Federal is in a layoff status from the same 13 employee or substantially equivalent job within 14 Depart- the 15 or ment; (3) affect existing 16 for services. contracts 17 CONTRIBUTION AU'fHORI'fY 18 SEC. 114. Section 113 of Division G of Public Law 19 113-76 amended by striking "2019," and inserting is "2024,". 20 INDIAN.A DUNES NATIONAL 21 .. KESHORE RETITLED; PAUL L.A 22 H. DOUGLAS TRAIL REDESIGNATION 23 115. (a) INDIANA DUNES NATIONAL LAKE SEC. 24 SHORE RETITLED.- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

543 U:\2019C0)JF\DivE-INT.xml SEN A.PPRO. .. 64 1 GENERAL.-Public Law 89-761 (16 (1) IN seq.) is amended- et 460u U.S.C. 2 by striking "National Lakeshore" and 3 (A) lakeshore" "national place it appears and each 4 "National Park"; and inserting 5 (B) by striking "lakeshore" each place it 6 appears 7 inserting "Park". and (2) NONAPPLICATION.-The made 8 amendment subsection by 9 shall not apply to- (a)(l) (A) the title of the 10 referred to in the map 11 section of Public Law first (16 U.S.C. 89-761 12 460u); and 13 (B) the title of the maps referred to in sec- 14 tion Public Law 89-761 (16 U.S.C. 460u- 4 of 3). 15 (b) PAUL H. DOUGLAS TRAIL REDESIGNATION.- 16 'l1he 1. 6 mile trail within 17 Indiana Dunes National Park the 18 designated the "Miller-Woods Trail" is hereby redesig- 19 nated as the "Paul H. Douglas Trail". 20 PAYMENTS LIEU OF TAXES (PILT) IX SEC. 21 Section 6906 of title 31, United States 116. 22 Code, is amended by striking "fiscal year 2018" and in- 23 serting "fiscal year 2019". February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

544 SEN. _APPRO. t::\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xml 65 TECHNICAL CORRECTION 1 117. Division of Public Law 104-333 (54 SEC. 2 II by section 116(b)(2) of 320101 as amended U.S.C. 3 note), Law 114-113, is amended in 208, of sections each Public 4 5 310, and by striking "2017" and inserting "2019". 607, OF PETER B. "\\""EBSTER III l\lIE:;\iORIAL AREA 6 DESIGNATION SEC. 7 (a)(l) The rest area bound by Alexandria 118. West Boulevard Drive, and the George Wash- 8 Avenue, ington 9 Parkway on the l\i'.Count Vernon Trail 1\1:emorial within the George Washington Memorial Parkway is des- 10 ignated as the "Peter B. Webster III Memorial Area". 11 12 Any reference in a law, map, regulation, docu- (2) 13 ment, paper, or other record of the United States to the 14 rest described in paragraph ( 1) shall be deemed to area B. be to the "Peter reference Webster III Memorial 15 a Area". 16 (b)(l) Peter plaque honoring 17 B. Webster III may A B. 18 at the Peter installed Webster III Memorial Area be 19 on a signpost, bench, or other appropriate structure, on the that the Director of the National Park Serv- condition 20 and 21 approve the design shall placement of the plaque. ice 22 (2) Ko Federal may be used to design, procure, funds 23 prepare, or install the plaque authorized under paragraph 24 (1). February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

545 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml 66 1 Secretary of the Interior may accept and ex- (3) The private for the design, procurement, pend 2 contributions and installation of the plaque authorized preparation, 3 under paragraph ( 1). 4 5 OBLIGATION OF FUNDS SEC. 6 Amounts appropriated by this Act to the 119. of the Interior shall be available for obligation Department 7 8 date not later and 60 days after the eA.rpenditure of than 9 enactment of this Act. 10 SAGE-GROUSE 11 SEC. 120. None of the funds made available by this 12 or other Act may be used by the Secretary of the Inte- any to rior write or issue pursuant to section 4 of the Endan- 13 14 gered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1533)- sage-grouse 15 proposed rule for greater a (1) 16 ( Centrocercus urophasianus); 17 (2) a proposed rule for the Columbia basin dis- sage-gTouse. 18 population segment of greater tinct February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

546 U:\2019CONF\DivE-IK'l'.xml SEN. APPRO. 67 1 TITLE II AGENCY 2 El\TVIRON1\1ENTAL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY SCIEI'\CE 3 Al~D OF FUNDS) RESCISSION 4 (INCLUDING science and technology, including research and 5 For activities, shall include research and which development 6 activities under the Comprehensive Environ- 7 development and Liability Act of 8 Compensation, mental Response, and related costs necessary expenses for personnel 9 1980; and expenses; procurement of laboratory equipment 10 travel and supplies; and other operating 11 in support of expenses 12 research and development, $717,723,000, to remain avail- 13 able until September 30, 2020: Provided, That of the 14 funds under this heading, $5,000,000 shall be for included Research: ex- Priorities as specified in the joint 15 National planatory this accompanying 16 Act: Provided fur- statement 17 That of the unobligated balances from appropriations ther, 18 made available under this heading, $11,250,000 are per- 19 manently Provided further, That no amounts rescinded: may rescinded pursuant to the preceding proviso from be 20 21 amounts made available in the first proviso for Research: 22 National Priorities. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

547 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml SEK. APPRO. 68 1 _A_,'JD lvlANAGEMEKT EI\.,VIRONMENTAL PROGRA1VIS RESCISSION 2 OF (INCLUDING FUNDS) programs management, m- environmental and For 3 expenses, 4 otherwise provided for, for eluding necessary not and related costs 5 travel expenses; hire of personnel and passenger vehicles; hire, maintenance, and oper- 6 motor ation aircraft; purchase of reprints; library member- 7 of ships in s or associations which issue publications societies 9 members only or to a price to lower than to at members who subscribers not members; administrative costs of 10 are the brownfields program under the Small 11 Liabil- Business 12 Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002; im- ity plementation of a coal combustion residual permit pro- 13 14 gram under section 2301 of the Water and Waste Act of 15 2016; not to exceed $9,000 for official reception and and representation $2,658,200,000, to remain avail- 16 expenses, able until September 30, 2020: Provided, That of the 17 18 funds under this heading, $15,000,000 shall be included for Environmental Protection: National Priorities as speci- 19 this accompanying in the joint explanatory statement fied 20 Act: under further, 'l1hat of the funds included 21 Provided this heading, $456,958,000 shall be for Geographic Pro- 22 23 grams specified in the joint explanatory statement accom- That Provided further, of the unobli- 24 Act: this parrying under gated balances from appropriations made available 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

548 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-IN'l'.A111l SEX APPRO. 69 1 $60,201,000 are permanently rescinded: this heading, further, rrhat amounts may be rescinded pur- Provided no 2 amounts preceding proviso from suant made avail- to the 3 Protection: the first proviso for Na- Environmental in 4 able in the sec- tional Priorities, made available amounts from 5 or from the Na- ond 6 for Geographic Programs, proviso U.S.C. Estuary Program 1330). (33 tional 7 In addition, to remain available until ex- $5,000,000 8 pended, necessary expenses of activities 9 in described for section of the Toxic Substances Control Act (15 10 26(b)(l) U.S.C. 11 Provided, That fees collected pursu- 2625(b)(l)): 12 to that section of that Act and deposited in ant "TSCA the 13 Service Fee Fund" as discretionary offsetting receipts in 14 fiscal year 2019 shall be retained and used for necessary 15 salaries expenses in this appropriation and shall re- and main until expended: Provided further, rrhat the 16 available sum herein appropriated in this paragraph from the gen- 17 eral for 18 fiscal year 2019 shall be reduced by the fund during 19 discretionary offsetting receipts received of amount 20 fiscal year 2019, so as to result in a final fiscal year 2019 21 appropriation the general fund estimated at not more from to than Provided further, That $0: the extent that amounts 22 23 realized from such receipts exceed $5,000,000, those shall 24 excess of $5,000,000 in be deposited amount in the 25 "TSCA Service Fee Fund" as discretionary offsetting re- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

549 C:\2019CO:-JF\DivE-I:-JT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 70 1 fiscal year 2019, shall be retained and used for ceipts in expenses in this account, and shall and salaries 2 necessary of 'l1hat further, Provided expended: available 3 remain until this head- in the first paragraph under included funds 4 the the Chemical ing, Review and Reduction program 5 Risk project shall be allocated for 6 fiscal year, excluding the this 7 of any fees appropriated, not less than the amount amount fiscal of that program project for for year 8 appropriations 2014. 9 liAzARDOUS WASTE ELECTRONIC MANIFEST SYSTEl\I 10 FUND 11 For necessary expenses to carry out section 3024 of 12 the Solid \Vaste Disposal Act (42 U.S.C. 6939g), includ- 13 14 ing the development, operation, maintenance, and upgrad- 15 ing the hazardous waste electronic manifest system es- of tablished such section, $8,000,000, to remain available 16 by until expended: Provided, That the sum herein appro- 17 priated from the general fund shall be reduced as offset- 18 ting collections under such section 3024 are received dur- 19 ex- ing fiscal year 2019, which shall remain available until 20 21 and be used for necessary expenses in this appro- pended a final as to result in fiscal year 2019 appro- 22 so priation, 23 priation from the general fund estimated at not more than 24 Provided further, That to the extent such offsetting $0: 25 collections received in fiscal year 2019 exceed $8,000,000, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

550 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 71 1 amounts shall remam available until ex- those excess this and for necessary expenses in used appro- 2 pended be priation. 3 OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 4 OFFICE For necessary of the Office of Inspector 5 expenses carrying out the provisions of the Inspector in General 6 General Act 7 1978, $41,489,000, to remain available of 8 September 30, 2020. until BUILDINGS AND 9 FACILITIES construction, For improvement, extension, al- 10 repair, teration, and purchase of fixed equipment or 11 of, facilities 12 for use by, the Environmental Protection or Agency, 13 $34,467,000, to remain available until expended. 14 HAzARDOUS SUBSTANCE SUPERFUND 15 (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) TRANSFERS For necessary to carry out the Comprehen- 16 expenses Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liabil- 17 sive ity Act of 1980 18 including sections lll(c)(3), (CERCLA), 19 (c)(6), and (e)(4) (42 U.S.C. 9611) (c)(5), until expended, con- $1,091,947,000, to remain available 20 21 sisting of such sums as are available in the Trust Fund 22 on 30, 2018, as authorized by section 517(a) September of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act 23 24 of 1986 (SARA) and to $1,091,947,000 as a payment up 25 from general revenues to the Hazardous Substance Super- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

551 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xml 72 1 purposes as authorized by section 517(b) of fund for Provided, funds appropriated under this That 2 SARA: may be allocated to other Federal agencies in ac- heading 3 lll(a) of CERCLA: Provided fur- 4 with section cordance That of the funds appropriated under this heading, 5 ther, $8,778,000 shall be paid to 6 "Office the Inspector Gen- of eral" appropriation remain available until September 7 to 2020, 30, 8 shall be and to the "Science $15,496,000 paid and Technology" appropriation to remain until available 9 September 30, 10 2020. UKDERGROUND LEAICTNG 1\rnK TRUST FUND 11 STORAGE 12 PR0GR£VI 13 For necessary eJ>...rpenses to carry out leaking under- 14 ground storage tank cleanup activities authorized by sub- 15 title the Solid Waste Disposal Act, $91,941,000, to I of remain until expended, of which $66,572,000 16 available shall be for carrying out leaking underground storage tank 17 18 cleanup authorized by section 9003(h) of the activities 19 Waste Disposal Act; $25,369,000 shall be for car- Solid Disposal Waste Solid the other provisions of the out rying 20 Act Revenue in section 9508(c) of the Internal 21 specified Code: 22 Provided, That the Administrator is authorized to 23 use appropriations made available under this heading to the Solid Waste Disposal Act 24 section 9013 of implement 25 to provide financial assistance to federally recognized In- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

552 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CON1'"\DiYE-I~T.x:ml 73 1 for the development and implementation of dian tribes to 2 storage tanks. manage programs underground SPILL PROGRAlVIS lNT.lfu"l"D 3 OIL expenses necessary to carry out the Environ- 4 For Protection 5 responsibilities mental Agency's Oil the under Act of 1990, 6 to be derived from Pollution $18,209,000, 7 the Oil Liability trust fund, to remain available until Spill expended. 8 AND TRIBAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS 9 STATE environmental programs and infrastructure as- 10 For sistance, including capitalization grants for 11 revolv- State 12 funds performance partnership grants, mg and $3,605,041,000, to 13 available until expended, of remain 14 which- 15 (1) $1,394,000,000 shall be for making capital- 16 ization for the Clean Water State Revolving grants Funds title VI of the Federal Water Pollution 17 under Control Act; and of which $864,000,000 shall be 18 for 19 capitalization grants for the Drinking Water making 20 Revolving Funds under section 1452 of the State 21 Safe Drinking Water Act: Provided, That for fiscal the extent there are sufficient eligible 22 year to 2019, project applications and projects are consistent with 23 24 State Intended Use Plans, not less than 10 percent title 25 the funds made available under this of to each February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

553 APPRO. SEN. "C :\2019CO~F\DiYE-I~'l'.xml 74 1 Clean Vvater State Revolving Fund capital- State for projects grants used by the State for be shall ization 2 address to 3 water or energy gTeen infrastructure, effi- ciency or other environmentally inno- 4 improvements, vative Provided further, That for fiscal 5 activities: to title this under available made 2019, year 6 funds State Drinking Water State Revolving for each 7 Fund grants may, at the discretion of capitalization 8 each State, be used for projects to address green in- 9 frastructure, efficiency or energy 10 improve- water ments, other environmentally innovative activities: 11 or Provided further, That 12 section notwithstanding 13 603(d)(7) of the Federal Water Pollution Control 14 Act, the limitation on the amounts in a State water 15 pollution revolving fund that may be used by control shall a administer the fund to not apply to 16 State amounts included as principal in loans made by such 17 such fund fiscal year 2019 and prior years where in 18 19 amounts represent costs of administering the fund deemed were or are that such amounts extent the 20 to reasonable the Administrator, accounted for sepa- 21 by rately 22 other assets in the fund, and used for from 23 eligible purposes of the fund, including administra- 24 tion: Provided further, That for fiscal year 2019, 25 notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (g) ( 1), February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

554 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-l~T.xml SEX APPRO. 75 1 (1) of section 201 of the ]?ederal Water Pol- (h), and Control lution 2 Act, grants made under title II of Act for American Samoa, Guam, the common- 3 such orthern lVIarianas, the United States K wealth of 4 the Islands, and the District of Columbia may 5 Virgin also be made for the 6 of providing assistance: purpose solely for facility plans, design activities, or (1) 7 plans, specifications, estimates for any proposed 8 and project the construction of treatment works; and 9 for (2) for the construction, 10 or replacement of repair, 11 owned treatment works serving one or privately more principal residences or small commercial estab- 12 13 lishments: Provided further, That for fiscal year 14 2019, provisions of such sub- notwithstanding the (g)(l), 201 and (1) of section sections and sec- 15 (h), 518(c) of the Federal Water Pollution Control 16 tion Act, funds reserved by the Administrator for grants 17 under 518(c) of the Federal Water Pollution section 18 Control Act may also be used to provide assistance: 19 or (1) solely for facility plans, design activities, 20 21 plans, and estimates for any proposed specifications, 22 for the construction of project treatment works; and 23 (2) for the construction, repair, or replacement of or treatment works serving one 24 owned privately or small commercial estab- 25 more principal residences February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

555 e:\2019COKl<'\DiYE-IK1'.xml SEN. APPRO. 76 1 further, That for fiscal year lishments: Provided notwithstanding 2019, 2 provision of the Federal any Pollution Control Act and regulations issued 3 Water 4 thereof, to a total of $2,000,000 of the up pursuant reserved by the Administrator for grants 5 funds under section 518 ( c) of such Act may also be used 6 for 7 for training, assistance, and grants technical programs and to the operation educational 8 relating management the treatment works specified in sec- 9 of tion 518(c) of 10 Act: Provided further, That for such 11 year 2019, funds reserved under section fiscal be 518(c) such Act shall 12 available for grants only of 13 to Indian tribes, as defined in section 518(h) of such 14 Act Indian reservations in Oklahoma (as and former by Interior) Secretary of the determined and Na- 15 the tive as defined in Public Law 92-203: Pro- 16 Villages vided further, rrhat for fiscal year 2019, notwith- l 7 standing limitation on amounts in section 518(c) the 18 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, up to a 19 the funds appropriated, or percent of 20 total of 2 21 $30,000,000, is greater, and notwith- whichever 22 the limitation on amounts in section standing 23 1452(i) of the Safe Drinking Water Act, up to a the funds appropriated, or 24 of 2 percent of total 25 $20,000,000, whichever is greater, for State Revolv- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

556 U:\2019CONF\DivE-It,;'l'.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 77 Funds such Acts may under reserved by the ing be 1 for under section 518(c) and Administrator 2 grants 1452(i) of such Acts: Provided further, That 3 section for fiscal year notwithstanding the amounts 4 2019, in specified 205(c) of the Federal Water Pol- 5 section aggre- the of up to 1. 5 percent Act, lution 6 Control the Clean Water State 7 gate funds appropriated for Revolving program under the Act less any Fund 8 may Act, under section 518 ( c) of the reserved 9 sums be reserved by the Administrator for grants made 10 under of II 11 the Federal Water Pollution Control title Act for American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth 12 13 of the Northern Marianas, and United States Virgin 14 Islands: further, That for fiscal year 2019, Provided notwithstanding the on amounts specified 15 limitations section in of the Safe Drinking Water Act, 16 1452(j) up to 1.5 percent of 17 funds appropriated for the the 18 Water State Revolving J1'und programs Drinking under 19 Safe Drinking Water Act may be reserved the section by the Administrator for grants made under 20 21 of the Safe Drinking Water Act: Provided 1452(j) 22 'I1hat 10 percent of the funds made available further, 23 under this title to each State for Clean Water State 24 Fund capitalization grants and 20 percent Revolving 25 of the funds made available under this title to each February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

557 U:\2019C0I\l<..,\DiYE-I~T.xrnl SEX APPRO. 78 1 Drinking 'lvater State Revolving Fund cap- State for to grants used by the State be pro- shall italization 2 in the to eligible recipients 3 vide additional subsidy of form of principal, negative interest 4 forgiveness or loans, (or any combination of these), and 5 grants shall be so used by the State 6 where such funds only provided as initial financing for an eligible re- are 7 to buy, refinance, or restructure the debt or cipient 8 obligations of eligible recipients only where such debt 9 was incurred on or after the date of enactment of 10 debt 11 or where such Act, was incurred prior to this ·with State, the if enactment of Act of date the 12 this concurrence from Administrator, determines that 13 the help funds such used to could address a threat 14 be to public health from heightened exposure 15 lead in to 16 water or if a Federal or State emergency drinking to 17 been issued due has a threat to public declaration 18 health from heightened exposure to lead in a munic- 19 ipal water supply before the date of enact- drinking ment further, this Act: Provided of That in a State 20 in which such an emergency declaration has been 21 22 issued, the State use more than 20 percent of may 23 the funds made available under this title to the Fund for Drinking Water State Revolving State cap- 24 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

558 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-I~T.xml SEX APPRO. 79 1 to provide additional subsidy to eli- italization grants recipients; gible 2 shall be for (2) engi- 3 $15,000,000 architectural, related and construction 4 nccring, planning, design, in activities ,vith the construction of high 5 connection and wastewater facilities in the area water priority 6 of the United 7 Border, after consulta- States-1\1:exico 8 ,vith tion appropriate border Pro- the commission: That no vided, provided by this appropriations 9 funds Act to address the water, wastewater 10 other crit- and 11 infrastructure needs of the colonias in the ical United States along the United States-Mexico bor- 12 13 der shall be made available to a county or municipal 14 government that government has established unless an enforceable ordinance, or other zoning rule, 15 local prevents in that jurisdiction the development 16 which or construction of any additional colonia 17 or areas, 18 development ,vithin an existing colonia the con- the business, 19 any new home, of or other struc- struction 20 ture which lacks water, wastewater, or other nec- 21 essary infrastructure; State grants to the for (3) shall be 22 $25,000,000 23 Alaska to address drinking water and wastewater of 24 infrastructure needs of rural and Alaska Native Vil- (A) 25 Provided, That of these funds: lages: the State F&uruary 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

559 U:\2019CONF\DivE-IN'l'.xml SEN APPRO. .. 80 1 shall provide a match of 25 percent; (B) of Alaska may of the funds 5 percent be used than 2 more no (C) and overhead expenses; and administrative for 3 State of Alaska shall make awards consistent 4 the the Statewide priority list established in con- ·with 5 U.S. the and Department Agency the junction 6 ,vith of Agriculture all water, sewer, waste disposal, 7 for the similar carried out by and State of Alas- projects 8 ka that are funded Federal section 221 of the under 9 Water or Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1301) Pollution 10 the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act 11 12 (7 U.S.C. 1921 et seq.) which shall allocate not less 13 than percent of the funds provided for projects 25 in regional communities; 14 hub $87,000,000 shall (4) to carry out section 15 be 104(k) of the Comprehensive Environmental Re- 16 17 sponse, and Liability Act of 1980 Compensation, ( CERCLA), interagency grants, 18 agree- including ments, 19 associated program support costs: Pro- and 20 vided, That not more than 25 percent of the amount 21 appropriated to out section 104(k) of carry CERCLA be used for site characterization, as- shall 22 23 sessment, and remediation of facilities described in 24 101(39)(D)(ii)(Il) of CERCLA: Provided section 25 further, That at least 10 percent shall be allocated february 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

560 U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 81 1 in persistent poverty counties: Pro- for assistance section, further, purposes of this for the 2 vided That 3 poverty counties" means any coun- term "persistent its that had 20 percent or more of has population ty 4 5 living in poverty over past 30 years, as measured the 6 by 1990 and 2000 decennial censuses and the the Esti- and Poverty Income most Area Small 7 recent mates; 8 under title shall be for gTants 9 (5) $87,000,000 2005; VII, G of the Energy Policy Act of subtitle 10 11 (6) $52,000,000 shall be for targeted airshed 12 grants in accordance with the terms and conditions 13 in joint explanatory statement accompanying the this Act; 14 $4,000,000 shall be 15 carry out the water (7) to quality program authorized in section 5004(d) of the 16 17 ,¥ Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation ater Act 114-322); Law 18 and (Public (8) 19 shall be for grants, includ- $1,077,041,000 20 ing associated program support costs, to States, fed- 21 erally interstate agencies, tribal recognized tribes, air pollution control agencies for and consortia, 22 multi-media or single media pollution prevention, 23 and abatement and related activities, includ- 24 control set activities pursuant to the provisions ing forth 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

561 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-IN'l'.xrnl 82 1 in Public Law 104-134, and for this under heading making 2 under section 103 of the Clean Air grants col- data matter monitoring and particulate 3 Act for subject conditions terms and 4 activities to lection Administrator, of which: the by specified 5 out section 128 of carrying $47,745,000 shall be 6 for 7 $9,646,000 shall be for Environmental CERCLA; Information Network gTants, including as- 8 Exchange sociated program support costs; $1,498,000 shall be 9 for to 10 States under section 2007(f)(2) of the grants 11 Waste Disposal Act, which shall be in addition Solid 12 to funds appropriated under the heading "Leaking 13 Underground Tank Trust Fund Program" Storage the to the provisions of out Solid Waste Dis- 14 carry posal Act specified in section 9508(c) of the 15 Internal 16 Code other than section 9003(h) of the Revenue Solid Waste Disposal Act; $17,848,000 of the funds 17 18 available for grants under section 106 of the Federal par- 19 Pollution Control Act shall be for State ater 'l{ in national- and State-level statistical sur- 20 ticipation 21 veys of water resources and enhancements to State 22 programs; $11,000,000 shall be for mul- monitoring 23 tipurpose grants, including interagency agreements. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

562 l;:\2019CONF\Div1'J-INT.xrnl SEK. APPRO. 83 1 FINANCE AND INNOVATION WATER INFRAS'rRUCTURE ACCOUNT 2 PROGRAM cost cost direct loans and for For of of guar- the 3 the Water Infrastructure authorized by the anteed loans, 4 as Finance Innovation Act of and $5,000,000, to re- 5 2014, main available until expended: Provided, 6 such costs, That 7 the cost of modifying such loans, shall be as de- including of section 502 of the CongTessional Budget Act in 8 fined these Provided further, That funds are available to 4: 9 197 subsidize gross obligations for the principal amount of di- 10 11 rect loans, including capitalized interest, and total loan 12 principal, capitalized interest, any part of which including is to guaranteed, not to exceed $610,000,000. 13 be In addition, fees authorized to be collected pursuant 14 to sections 5029 and 5030 of the \Vater Infrastructure 15 16 and Innovation Act of 2014 shall be deposited Finance 17 in this account, to remain available until expended. 18 In for administrative expenses to carry out addition, the direct and guaranteed loan programs, notwithstanding 19 In- and Finance Infrastructure the Water of section 20 5033 21 novation Act of 2014, $5,000,000, to remain available 22 until September 30, 2020. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

563 U:\2019CONF\DivE-I~'l'.:s:rnl SEN. APPRO. 84 1 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS-E~YIRONMENTAL AGENCY 2 PROTECTION AND RESCISSION OF FUNDS) 3 TRANSFERS (INCLUDING year 2019, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. For 4 fiscal and 6305(1), the Administrator of the Environ- 5 6303(1) Protection Agency, in mental out the Agency's 6 carrying function to implement directly Federal environmental 7 pro- 8 required or authorized gTams law in absence of an by the acceptable program, may award cooperative agree- 9 tribal ments to federally recognized Indian 10 or Intertribal tribes 11 if authorized by their member tribes, consortia, assist to 12 the Administrator in implementing Federal environmental 13 programs for Indian tribes required or authorized by law, 14 except no such cooperative agreements may be award- that financial ed designated for State funds assistance 15 from agTeements. 16 The Administrator of the Environmental Protection 17 Agency is authorized to collect and obligate pesticide reg- 18 with 19 fees in accordance service section 33 of the istration 20 Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, as 21 amended Public Law 112-177, the Pesticide Registra- by tion Improvement Extension Act of 2012. 22 23 Notwithstanding section 33(d)(2) of the Federal In- 24 Fungicide, secticide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) ( 7 25 U.S.C. 136w-8(d)(2)), the Administrator of the Environ- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

564 U :\2019CONF\DiYE-IKT SEK. APPRO. .xml 85 1 Agency may assess fees under section mental Protection fiscal FIFRA U.S.C. 136w-8) for (7 year 2019. 33 2 of Administrator is authorized to 3 The to transfer up of 4 $300,000,000 appropriated the Great funds for the Restoration 5 under the heading "Environ- Lakes Initiative mental Programs and Management'' to 6 head of any the 7 department or agency, ·with the concurrence of Federal that carry out activities would support the to such 8 head, Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and Great Lakes 9 10 ·\:Vater AgTeement programs, projects, or activities; Quality agreement to into an interagency 11 with the head of enter 12 such Federal department or agency to carry out these ac- 13 tivities; to make grants to governmental entities, non- and profit organizations, and individuals for plan- 14 institutions, research, monitoring, outreach, and implementation 15 ning, in furtherance of the 16 Lakes Restoration Initiative Great 17 the Great Lakes Water Quality AgTeement. and rrhe Science and Technology, Environmental Pro- 18 19 grams and Management, Office of Inspector General, Haz- and Leaking Underground 20 Superfund, ardous Substance are Storage 21 Fund Program Accounts, Tank avail- Trust 22 able for the construction, alteration, repair, rehabilitation, 23 renovation of facilities, provided that the cost does and 24 not exceed $150,000 per project. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

565 -C:\2019COKF\DiYE-IKT.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 86 1 year 2019, and notwithstanding section For fiscal Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 the of 2 518(f) use the Administrator is authorized to 1377(f)), U.S.C. 3 amounts appropriated for any fiscal year under section the 4 grants the Act to make pursuant to Indian tribes of 5 319 to sections 319(h) and 6 e) of that Act. 518( Administrator is authorized to use the amounts r.rhe 7 the heading "Environmental Pro- under appropriated 8 provide and l\1anagement" for fiscal year 2019 to grams 9 grants to implement the Southeastern New England W a- 10 11 tershed Program. Restoration Of the 12 balances available for the "State unobligated 13 and Tribal Assistance Grants" account, $139,078,000 are 14 hereby Provided, That no amounts permanently rescinded: be were from amounts that may designated by 15 rescinded Congress as an emergency requirement pursuant to 16 the the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget or the Balanced 17 Budget Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 or and 18 from amounts that were made available by subsection (a) 19 the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2017 20 of section 196 of the 21 of Public Law 114-223), as amended by C (division Further Continuing and Security Assistance Appropria- 22 23 tions Act, 2017 (Public Law 114-254). 24 the limitations on amounts in sec- Notwithstanding 25 tion 320(i)(2)(B) of the Federal Water Pollution Control February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

566 U:\2019COKF\DivE-INrl'.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 87 1 less than $1,000,000 of the funds made available Act, not 2 this for the National Estuary ProgTam shall under title for making competitive awards described 3 section be in 320(g)(4). 4 5 III TITLE 6 RELATED AGENCIES 7 DEPARTMENrr OF AGRICULrrURE OFFICE OF THE 8 SECRETARY FOR NATURAL UNDER 9 A...,D ENVIRONlVIENT RESOURCES For necessary of the Office of the Under expenses 10 for Natural Resources and Environment, Secretary 11 $875,000: 12 That funds made available by this Provided, 13 to any agency in Act Natural Resources and Environ- the 14 ment mission area for salaries and expenses are available 15 to up to one administrative support staff for the of- fund fice. 16 FOREST SERVICE 17 FOREST ""h"'\l"D RANGELAi~D RESEARCH 18 For forest expenses of 19 and rangeland re- necessary 20 as authorized search by law, $300,000,000, to remain 21 available through September 30, 2022: Provided, That of 22 the provided, $77,000,000 is for the forest inventory funds all and program: Provided further, That 23 authori- analysis 24 ties for the use of funds, including the use of contracts, to 25 and cooperative agreements, available grants, execute February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

567 V:\2019CONF\DivE-IKT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 88 1 and Rangeland Research appropriation, are the Forest Fire utilization of these funds for the available in also 2 Research. Science 3 _AND PRIVATE 4 STATE FORESTRY (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) 5 RESCISSION necessary For of cooperating with and pro- 6 expenses States, to and financial assistance terri- technical 7 viding others, and for forest health man- and tories, 8 possessions, and conducting an international program as au- 9 agement, thorized, $336,990,000, to remain available 10 Sep- through 11 30, 2022, as authorized by law; of which tember from 12 to be derived is the Land and Water $63,990,000 13 Conservation Fund to be used for the Forest Legacy Pro- 14 gram, remain available until expended. to Of unobligated balances from amounts made 15 the available for the Forest Legacy Program and derived from 16 17 the and Water Conservation Fund, $1,503,000 is Land 18 permanently rescinded from projects ·with cost sav- hereby 19 ings or failed or partially failed projects that had funds 20 returned: That no amounts may be rescinded Provided, 21 amounts that were designated by the Congress as from Concurrent an emergency requirement pursuant to the 22 23 on the Budget Resolution the Balanced Budget and or 24 Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

568 -C:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml SEK. APPRO. 89 1 SYSTEM NATIONAL FOREST necessary 2 the Forest Service, not e2qJenses For of 1m- for, for management, protection, otherwise 3 provided and utilization of the National 4 System, provement, Forest and hazardous fuels management on or adjacent to for 5 lands, $1,938,000,000, to remain available through such 6 funds the of Provided, That pro- 2022: September 7 30, in the Collaborative vided, $40,000,000 be deposited 8 shall Forest Restoration Fund for ecological restora- 9 Landscape 10 tion as authorized by 16 U.S.C. 7303(f): Pro- treatments vided further, rrhat of the funds provided, $368,000,000 l l shall Provided for forest products: 12 further, That of the be funds provided, $435,000,000 shall be for hazardous fuels 13 14 management activities, of which not to exceed 15 $15,000,000 be used to make grants, using any au- may the Forest Service under the "State thorities to 16 available and Private Forestry" appropriation, for the purpose of 17 creating 18 for increased use of biomass from Na- incentives tional Forest System lands: Provided further, That 19 20 $20,000,000 may be used by the Secretary of Agriculture 21 to into procurement contracts or cooperative agree- enter grants for hazardous fuels management 22 . or to issue ments 23 activities, and for training or monitoring associated with Federal 24 hazardous fuels management activities on such 25 land, or on non-Federal land if the Secretary determines February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

569 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml 90 1 benefit resources on Federal land: Provided such activities That made available to implement the Com- 2 funds further, Forestry Restoration Act, Public Law 106-393, munity 3 4 shall be available for use on non- Federal lands title VI, accordance ,vith authorities made available to the For- in 5 est Service under the "State and Private Forestry" appro- 6 further, That notwithstanding section Provided priations: 7 of Bankhead Jones Farm Tenant Act (7 U.S.C. the 8 33 9 1012), the Secretary of Agriculture, in calculating a fee for grazing on a National Grassland, 10 provide a credit may 11 up to 50 percent of the calculated fee to of As- a Grazing or direct permittee for a conservation practice 12 sociation 13 approved by the Secretary in advance of the fiscal year 14 in the cost of the conservation practice is incurred. which to And, amount credited shall remain available the 15 that the Grazing Association or 16 direct permittee, as appro- the priate, the 17 fiscal year in which the credit is made and in on each year thereafter for use fiscal the project for con- 18 19 servation practices approved by the Secretary. 20 CAPITAL A,."\fD lVIAINTEI\'A."\fCE IMPROVEMENT (IN"CLUDING OF FUNDS) 21 TRA."\'"SFER For necessary 22 of the Forest Service, not eA1)enses 23 otherwise provided for, $446,000,000, to remain available 24 September 30, 2022, for construction, capital im- through 25 provement, maintenance and acquisition of buildings and February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

570 lT:\2019CONF\DiYE-I~T.xml SEN. APPRO. 91 1 other facilities and and for infrastructure; construction, roads of reconstruction, decommissioning 2 no that are that are not longer needed, 3 unauthorized roads including of the transportation system, and maintenance of for- part 4 est 5 roads by the trails Service as authorized and Forest 6 16 U.S.C. 532-538 and 23 U.S.C. 101 and 205: by Pro- 7 That funds becoming available in fiscal year 2019 vided, (16 under of March 4, 1913 Act U.S.C. 501) shall the 8 be transferred to the General Fund of the Treasury and 9 shall 10 be available for transfer or obligation for any not are 11 unless the funds purpose appropriated. other 12 LAND ACQUISITION 13 For expenses necessary to carry out the proV1s10ns 14 of 2003 of title 54, United States Code, including chapter administrative and for acquisition of land or wa- 15 expenses, ters, or interest therein, in accordance ,vith statutory au- 16 thority 17 to the Forest Service, $72,564,000, to applicable 18 derived from the Land and Water Conservation J1.,und be 19 and to remain available until expended. 20 AC(~UISITION LAl\i"DS FOR NATIONAL FORESTS SPECIAL OF ACTS 21 For acquisition of 22 mthin the exterior bound- lands 23 aries of the Cache, Uinta, and Wasatch National Forests, 24 the Utah; ri~oiyabe National Forest, Nevada; and the An- 25 geles, San Bernardino, Sequoia, and Cleveland National February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

571 "C:\2019CONJ,~\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 92 1 Forests, California; Ozark-St. and Francis the and Forests, National as authorized by Ouachita 2 Arkansas; $700,000, to be derived from forest receipts. 3 law, OF 4 TO COMPLETE LAND EXCHAKGES ACQUISITION LANDS acquisition For lands, such sums, to be derived 5 of or gov- county, by State, municipal deposited from 6 funds ernments, public districts, or other public school au- 7 school and for authorized expenditures from funds de- 8 thorities, posited by non-Federal parties pursuant 9 Land Sale and to 10 Acts, pursuant to the Act of December 4, Exchange 1967 11 (16 U.S.C. 484a), to remain available through September 12 30, 2022, (16 U.S.C. 516-617a, 555a; Public Law 96- 13 586; Law 76-589, 76-591; and Public Law 78- Public 310). 14 BETTER::\IENT FUND 15 RANGE necessary For of range rehabilitation, pro- 16 expenses tection, and improvement, 50 17 of all moneys re- percent 18 during the prior fiscal ceived as fees for gTazing do- year, 19 mestic livestock on lands in National Forests in the 16 pursuant to section 401(b)(l) of Public 20 Western States, 21 94-579, to remain available through September 30, Law 22 2022, of which not to exceed 6 percent shall be available 23 administrative expenses associated with on-the-ground for 24 range rehabilitation, protection, and improvements. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

572 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 93 1 AND BEQUES'l'S FOR FOREST AND GIFTS, DONATIONS RESEARCH RANGELAND 2 authorized by For U.S.C. 1643(b), expenses 3 16 30, 2022, September through available remain $45,000, 4 to to be from the to established pursuant derived the 5 fund above Act. 6 1\IAl\AGEMENT OF NATIONAL FOREST 7 FOR LANDS 8 USES SUBSISTENCE For expenses of the Forest Service to man- 9 necessary age Federal lands in Alaska for subsistence uses under 10 11 title of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conserva- VIII et 12 (16 U.S.C. 3111 Act seq.), $2,500,000, to remain tion 13 available through September 30, 2022. 14 WILDLA,~D 1\1ANAGEMEN'l' FIRE (INCLUDING TRA.i.~SFERS FUNDS) 15 OF necessary For for forest fire presuppression 16 expenses activities on National Forest System lands, for emergency 17 18 wildland suppression on or adjacent to such lands or fire other lands under fire protection agreement, and for emer- 19 20 gency rehabilitation of burned-over National Forest Sys- tern and water, $3,004,986,000, to remain available 21 lands 22 September 30, 2022: Provided, That such funds through 23 including unobligated balances under this heading, are 24 for repayment of advances from other appropria- available 25 tions accounts previously transferred for such purposes: February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

573 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml SEK. APPRO. 94 l That any unobligated funds appropriated Provided further, a previous year for hazardous fuels management in fiscal 2 be transferred to the "National Forest System" ac- may 3 Provided further, rrhat such funds shall be available count: 4 State and other cooperating entities for serv- reimburse 5 to other and in response to emergencies wildfire provided 6 ices by extent such reimbursements the the For- or to 7 disasters Service for non-fire emergencies are fully repaid by the 8 est Provided fur- 9 agency: responsible emergency management l ther, That funds provided shall be available for O support 11 to Federal emergency response: Provided further, That the 12 costs of implementing any cooperative agreement between 13 the Government and any non-Federal entity may Federal be shared, mutually agreed on by the affected parties: 14 as further, rrhat funds designated for wildfire sup- 15 Provided pression, shall be 16 for cost pools on the same basis assessed 17 such assessments are calculated against other as agency 18 programs. 19 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS-FOREST SERVICE 20 (Il\'"CLUDING TRANSFERS FUNDS) OF Appropriations the Forest Service for the current 21 to fiscal 22 shall be available for: ( 1) purchase of passenger year 23 motor vehicles; acquisition of passenger motor vehicles vehicles; and hire of such purchase, sources, excess 24 from and acquisition of aircraft 25 lease, operation, maintenance, February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

574 U:\2019C0)JF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 95 1 the operable fleet for use in :B--,orest Service to maintain other Forest Service programs; and fire wildland 2 programs provisions of law, existing aircraft notwithstanding 3 other derived may be sold, with proceeds or being replaced 4 value the to offset the purchase price for 5 trade-in used aircraft; (2) services pursuant to 7 U.S.C. 6 replacement 7 2225, and to exceed $100,000 for employment under not U.S.C. 8 5 purchase, erection, and alteration of 3109; (3) other public improvements (7 U.S.C. 2250); and buildings 9 therein interests pur- and waters, of acquisition ( 4) 10 land, suant to 7 U.S.C. 428a; (5) for expenses pursuant 11 the to Act 12 the National Forest in of 1972 (16 U.S.C. Volunteers 13 558a, 558d, and 558a note); (6) the cost of uniforms as 14 authorized 5 U.S.C. 5901-5902; and (7) for debt col- by lection contracts accordance with 31 U.S.C. 3718(c). 15 in Any or funds available to the Forest 16 appropriations Service may be transferred 17 the Wildland Fire Manage- to 18 appropriation for forest firefighting, emergency re- ment 19 of burned-over or damaged lands or waters habilitation severe under its jurisdiction, and fire preparedness due to 20 21 conditions upon the Secretary's notification of the burning House and Senate Committees on Appropriations that all 22 23 fire suppression funds appropriated under the heading 24 "Wildland Fire Management" will be obligated within 30 25 days: Provided, That all funds used pursuant to this para- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

575 U:\2019CO~F\DivE-IK'I'.xml SEK. APPRO. 96 1 be replenished by a supplemental appropria- graph must which 2 tion be requested as promptly as possible. must more than $50,000,000 of funds appropriated to Not 3 the Service shall be available for expenditure or Forest 4 transfer the Department of to Interior for wildland the 5 State and hazardous management, management, fire 6 fuels fire assistance when such transfers would facilitate and 7 expedite wildland management progTams and projects. 8 fire any provision of this Act, the other Notwithstanding 9 Forest Service may transfer unobligated balances 10 dis- of 11 funds appropriated to the Forest Service by cretionary the 12 to or within Act National Forest System Account, this 13 or reprogram funds to be used for the purposes of haz- 14 ardous fuels management rehabilitation urgent of and National Forest System lands and water, 15 burned-over transferred funds shall remain available through Sep- such 16 tember 30, 2022: Provided, That none of the funds trans- 17 be ferred this section shall to available for obli- pursuant 18 gation without ,vritten notification to and the prior ap- 19 the Committees on Appropriations of both 20 proval of 21 Houses CongTess: Provided further, That this section of does to apply 22 funds derived from not Land and Water the 23 Conservation Fund. 24 Funds appropriated to the Forest Service shall be Agency or through the for Inter- assistance to available 25 for February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

576 U:\2019CONl<'\DivE-INT.xrnl SEX APPRO. 97 1 in connection ·with forest and range- national Development and assistance in for- research, technical information, 2 land countries, eign 3 be available to support forestry and shall 4 related resource activities outside the United and natural States its territories and possessions, including tech- 5 and cooperation and training, and education nical 6 assistance, with U.S., private, 7 international organizations. and The Service, may for the International Program, Forest 8 acting direct funding agreements with foreign governments 9 sign and institutions as well as other domestic agencies (includ- 10 11 the U.S. Agency for International Development, the ing Department of State, and the Millennium Challenge Cor- 12 13 poration), U.S. private sector firms, institutions and orga- and training pro- 14 assistance nizations provide technical to grams overseas forestry and rangeland management. 15 on Funds to the Forest Service shall be 16 appropriated available for expenditure or transfer to 17 Department the 18 the Interior, Bureau of Land lVIanagement, for removal, of preparation, and adoption of excess wild horses and burros 19 perform- the for Forest System lands, and National from 20 boundaries of surveys to designate 21 cadastral of ance the such lands. 22 None of the funds made available to the Forest Serv- 23 Act in Act or any other this with respect to any fiscal 24 ice the 25 shall be subject to transfer under year provisions of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

577 l::\2019CO~F\DivE-I~T.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 98 1 of the Department of Agriculture Organic section 702(b) of U.S.C. 2257), section 442 (7 Public Law 1944 Act of 2 (7 U.S.C. 7772), or section 10417(b) of 3 106-224 Public 4 (7 U.S.C. 8316(b)). Law 107-171 the of None available to the Forest Service may 5 funds be reprogrammed without the advance approval of 6 the 7 House Senate Committees Appropriations in ac- and on with contained reprogramming procedures cordance in 8 the the explanatory statement accompanying this Act. 9 joint Not more than 10 of funds available to the $82,000,000 11 Service shall be transferred to the Working Capital Forest Fund of the Department of AgTiculture and not more than 12 13 $14,500,000 of funds available to the Forest Service shall 14 be the Department of AgTiculture for De- transferred to Reimbursable referred commonly partment to 15 Programs, Greenbook as Nothing in this paragraph shall 16 charges. prohibit or limit the use of reimbursable agreements re- 17 order quested Forest Service in the to obtain services by 18 from the Department of Agriculture's National Informa- 19 and the Department of Agri- tion Technology Center 20 21 culture's Technology Service. International Of up funds available to the Forest Service, the to 22 23 shall be available $5,000,000 priority projects within for 24 the scope of the approved budget, which shall be carried shall by the Youth Conservation Corps and be carried 25 out February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

578 U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 99 1 the authority of the Public Lands Corps Act out under et seq.). 1993 (16 1721 2 of U.S.C. funds the to the Forest Service, $4,000 Of available 3 official for the Chief of the Forest Service to 4 is available and expenses. reception representation 5 6 sections Pursuant and 410(b) of Public to 405(b) Law Service, of the funds available to the Forest 101-593, 7 up to may be advanced in a lump sum to the $3,000,000 8 Forest Foundation to aid conservation partner- National 9 ship projects in support 10 the Forest Service mission, of 11 regard to when the Foundation incurs expenses, without for projects on or benefitting National Forest System 12 13 lands or related to Forest Service programs: Provided, 14 That the Federal funds made available to the Founda- of tion, no than $300,000 shall be available for admin- more 15 expenses: Provided further, That the Foundation istrative 16 shall obtain, by the end 17 the period of Federal financial of 18 private contributions to match funds made assistance, 19 by the Forest Service on at least a one-for-one available 20 basis: Provided further, the Foundation may transfer rrhat Federal recipient to a Federal or a non-Federal 21 for funds that the same rate at the recipient has obtained 22 a project 23 the non-Federal matching funds. to section 2(b)(2) of Public Law 98-244, Pursuant 24 25 up to $3,000,000 of the funds available to the Forest February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

579 U:\2019COI\l<-,\DivE-II\T.xml SEN. APPRO. 100 1 be advanced to the National Fish and Wildlife Service may in sum to aid cost-share conservation a lump Foundation 2 incurred, regard to when expenses are without projects, 3 or benefitting National Forest System lands or related 4 on Forest Service programs: Provided, rrhat such funds to 5 shall 6 matched on at least a one-for-one basis by the be 7 or its sub-recipients: Provided further, That Foundation the may transfer Federal funds to a Federal 8 Foundation or non-Federal recipient for a project 9 the same rate at 10 the recipient has obtained that non-Federal matching the 11 funds. 12 Funds appropriated to the Forest Service shall be 13 available interactions ·with and providing technical as- for sistance to communities and natural resource-based 14 rural for sustainable rural development purposes. 15 businesses Funds appropriated to the Forest Service 16 be shall 17 for payments to counties within the Columbia available River Gorge National Scenic Area, pursuant to section 18 19 14(c)(l) and (2), and section 16(a)(2) of Public Law 99- 20 663. Any funds appropriated 21 the Forest Service may to 22 be used to meet the non-Federal share requirement in sec- 1965 23 502(c) of the Older Americans Act of tion (42 24 U.S.C. 3056(c)(2)). February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

580 l::\2019COKl<~\DiYE-INT.x:ml SEN. APPRO. 101 The 1 not assess funds for the pur- Forest shall Service of performing administrative, 2 pose fire, facilities other and and decommissioning. maintenance 3 any other provision of any of law, Notwithstanding 4 or available to appropriations 5 funds the Forest Service, the may reimburse Of- be used to $500,000 to not 6 exceed Department of Agri- General Counsel (OGC), 7 fice of the culture, 8 for travel expenses as a re- and incurred related by the assistance participation OGC requested of sult 9 or Forest at meetings, training sessions, management 10 Service reviews, land purchase negotiations and similar matters 11 unrelated civil litigation. Future budget justifications to 12 for both the Forest Service and the Department of Agri- 13 the sums previously trans- display 14 culture should clearly 15 ferred sums requested for transfer. and the eligible An who is employed in 16 individual any project funded under title V of the Older Americans Act of 1965 17 administered ( 42 et seq.) and 3056 by the :B.,orest U.S.C. 18 Service shall be considered to be a Federal employee for 19 States Code. of chapter 171 of title 28, United 20 purposes 21 Kotwithstanding other provision of this Act, any through the Office of 22 Budget Program Analysis, the and 23 Forest Service shall report no later than 30 business days 24 following close of each the quarter all current and fiscal 25 prior year unobligated balances, by fiscal year, budget line February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

581 U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 102 1 account, to the House and Senate Committees item and Appropriations. 2 on ARTlvlENT OF AND HUl\/lAN HEALTH DEP 3 4 SERVICES INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE 5 HEALTH SERVICES INDIAN 6 For necessary to carry out expenses Act of Au- 7 the Indian 5, 1954 (68 Stat. 674), the Self-Determina- gust 8 and Assistance Act, the Indian Health Education 9 tion III Improvement and titles II and Care of the Public 10 Act, Health Service Act 11 respect to the Indian Health Serv- with 12 $4,103,190,000, to remain available until September ice, 13 2020, except as otherwise provided herein, together 30, 14 ,vith payments received during the fiscal year pursuant to 15 sections and 233 of the Public Health Service Act 23l(b) (42 238(b), 238b), for services furnished by the 16 U.S.C. Indian Health Service: Provided, That funds made avail- 17 able and tribes 18 tribal organizations through contracts, to grant other or any 19 agreements or compacts agreements, by the Indian Self-Determination and Edu- authorized 20 21 cation Assistance Act of 1975 (25 U.S.C. 450), shall be 22 deemed be obligated to the time the grant or contract at of award 23 thereafter shall remain available to the tribe and 24 or organization without fiscal year limitation: Pro- tribal for available be That $2,000,000 shall further, vided 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

582 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xrnl 103 1 contracts ·with public or private institutions to grants or alcohol 2 or provide to in- drug Indians, services treatment Provided further, eluding alcohol 3 services: detoxification $964,819,000 for Purchased/Referred 4 includ- That Care, ing for the Indian Catastrophic Health 5 $53,000,000 Emergency shall remain available until expended: 6 Fund, 7 further, rrhat Provided the funds provided, up to of 8 shall remain available until expended for im- $44,000,000 plementation 9 of the loan repayment progTam under section 108 of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act: Provided 10 11 further, of the funds provided, $36,000,000 shall re- That main available until expended to supplement funds avail- 12 13 able for operational costs at tribal clinics operated under 14 an Self-Determination and Education Assistance Indian Act compact contract where health care is delivered in 15 or acquired through a full service lease, which is not 16 space eligible for maintenance 17 improvement and equipment and 18 from the Indian Health Service, and $58,000,000 funds 19 be for costs related to or resulting from accreditation shall to used be may up to $4,000,000 which of 20 emergencies, amounts supplement available for Purchased/ 21 otherwise Provided further, That the amounts col- Referred 22 Care: 23 lected by the J1...,ederal Government as authorized by sec- the and 108 of Indian Health Care Improvement 24 104 tions 25 Act (25 U.S.C. 1613a and 1616a) during the preceding February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

583 SEX APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DiYE-INT.xml 104 1 for breach of contracts shall be deposited to fiscal year that Fund section 108A of by Act (25 authorized 2 the 1616a-1) and shall remain available until ex- U.S.C. 3 4 notwithstanding section 108A(c) of that Act and, pended to 1616a-l(c)), funds shall be available make (25 5 U.S.C. 6 new awards the loan repayment and under scholarship 7 programs sections 104 108 of that Act (25 under and and 1616a): Provided further, That the 1613a U.S.C. 8 amounts made available within this account for the Sub- 9 stance 10 and Suicide Prevention Program, for Opioid Abuse Prevention, Services, and Recovery 11 for the Do- Treatment 12 Violence Prevention Program, for the Zero Suicide mestic 13 Initiative, for the housing subsidy authority for civilian 14 employees, aftercare pilot programs at Youth Regional for Treatment Centers, improve collections from public and 15 to private at Indian Health Service and tribally op- 16 insurance erated facilities, and for accreditation 17 shall be emergencies 18 at the discretion of the Director of the allocated Indian 19 Health Service and shall remain available until expended: be Provided further, 'rl1at funds provided in this Act may 20 21 for annual contracts and grants for which the used per- 22 formance period falls within 2 fiscal years, provided the 23 total obligation is recorded in the year the funds are ap- Provided further, That the amounts collected 24 propriated: 25 by the Secretary of Health and Human Services under the February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

584 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-IK'l'.xml SEN. APPRO. 105 1 title IV of the Indian Health Care Improve- authority of Act remain available until e:1..'l)ended for the ment 2 shall of achieving compliance with the applicable condi- 3 purpose 4 tions and titles XVIII and XIX of the So- requirements of Security Act, except for those related to the planning·, 5 cial design, or construction of new facilities: 6 further, Provided 7 funding contained herein for scholarship programs 'rhat under the Health Care Improvement Act shall re- Indian 8 9 available until expended: Provided further, 'rl1at main amounts received by tribes and tribal 10 under organizations 11 IV of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act shall title and be and accounted for reported available to the receiv- 12 13 ing tribes and tribal organizations until expended: Pro- 14 vided That the Bureau of Indian Affairs may col- further, lect from Indian Health Service, and from tribes and the 15 organizations operating health facilities pursuant to tribal 16 Public Law 93-638, such individually 17 health identifiable 18 relating to disabled children as may be nec- information carrying 19 the purpose of for out its functions under essary 20 the Individuals ,vith Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. 21 1400 seq.): Provided further, That of the funds pro- et vided, $72,280,000 is for the Indian Health Care Improve- 22 23 ment Fund and may be used, as needed, to carry out ac- under the Indian Health Facilities 24 typically funded tivities 25 account: Provided further, That the accreditation emer- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

585 SE~. APPRO. U:\2019CO~F\DivE-INT.xml 106 1 gency funds used, may to carry out activities as be needed, ac- under Indian Health Facilities the funded typically 2 3 count. SUPPORT COSTS 4 CONTRACT payments 5 tribes and tribal organizations for For to Self- support associated with Indian contract Deter- 6 costs ruination 7 Education Assistance Act agreements with and 8 the Health Service for fiscal year 2019, such sums Indian as be necessary: Provided, That notwithstanding any 9 may other provision of law, no amounts made available under 10 this shall 11 be available for transfer to another heading budget account. 12 INDIAN HEALTH FACILITIES 13 For construction, repair, maintenance, improvement, 14 15 and equipment of health and related auxiliary facilities, 16 including for personnel; preparation of plans, quarters specifications, drawings; acquisition of sites, purchase 17 and and erection of modular buildings, and purchases of trail- 18 and for provision of domestic and community sanita- ers; 19 by section 7 of authorized facilities 20 for Indians, as tion 21 the Act of August 5, 1954 ( 42 U.S.C. 2004a), the Indian 22 Self-Determination and the Indian Health Care Im- Act, 23 Act, and for expenses necessary to carry out provement Serv- Health Public and titles II and III of the Acts 24 such 25 ice Act ·with respect to environmental health and facilities February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

586 U: \2019CO .xml SEN. APPRO. NF\DivE-INT 107 1 of the Indian Health Service, support activities Pro- to available until expended: $878,806,000, 2 remain r:I..,hat notwithstanding any other provision of law, 3 vided, funds appropriated the planning, 4 for construction, design, facilities 5 of health renovation for the benefit or eA1mnsion of an Indian tribe or tribes may be used 6 purchase land to Provided further, such facilities will be located: 7 which on used r:I..,hat exceed $500,000 may be to by the Indian 8 not Health Service to purchase TRANSAM equipment from 9 the 10 of Defense for distribution to the Indian Department Health Service and tribal facilities: Provided further, That 11 12 none of the funds appropriated to the Indian Health Serv- 13 ice be used for sanitation facilities construction for may new homes with grants by the housing programs 14 funded of United States Department of Housing and Urban 15 the Development: Provided further, That 16 to exceed not 17 from this account and the "Indian Health $2,700,000 by 18 may be used account the Indian Health Serv- Services" 19 ice to obtain ambulances for the Indian Health Service and facilities in conjunction with an existing inter- tribal 20 agency the bet\veen 21 Indian Health Service and agreement the General Services Administration: Provided further, 22 23 That not to exceed $500,000 may be placed in a Demoli- 24 tion Fund, to remain available until expended, and be used February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

587 U:\2019CONF\DivE-IN'f.xml SEN. APPRO. 108 demolition Service for the Health of Federal the by Indian 1 2 buildings. ADlVIINISTRL~TIVE SERVICE HEALTH 3 PROVISIONS-INDIA.i"\J in provided Act to the Indian Appropriations 4 this Service shall 5 available for services as authorized Health be by 3109 at rates not to exceed the per diem 5 U.S.C. rate 6 to the maximum equivalent payable for senior-level 7 rate positions 8 5 U.S.C. under of passenger motor 5376; hire and equipment; purchase of medical aircraft; pur- vehicles 9 and erection of renovation 10 reprints; purchase, chase of modular buildings and renovation of existing facilities; 11 in private residences in the payments telephone service for 12 field, when authorized under regulations approved by the 13 Health and Human Services; uniforms or al- Secretary of 14 15 lowances as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5901-5902; therefor meetings and of attendance at expenses that relate to 16 for the functions or activities of the Indian Health 17 Service: 18 That in accordance with the provisions of Provided, the 19 Indian Health Care Improvement Act, non-Indian patients administered may be extended health care at all tribally 20 21 Indian Health Service facilities, subject to charges, and or the proceeds along with funds recovered under the Federal 22 23 Medical Care Recovery Act ( 42 U.S.C. 2651-2653) shall of the account the facility providing the to credited 24 be limitation: year and shall be available ·without fiscal service 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

588 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml 109 1 That notwithstanding any other law or Provided further, funds 2 regulation, Department transferred the from of Urban Development and the Indian Health to Housing 3 shall be administered under Public Law 86-121, 4 Service Indian 5 Facilities Act and Public Law 93- the Sanitation the Provided That funds appropriated to 638: In- 6. further, dian 7 Service Health this Act, except those used for ad- in and program direction purposes, shall not be 8 ministrative subject limitations directed at curtailing Federal travel 9 to and transportation: Provided further, 'l1hat none of the 10 funds available 11 to the Indian Health Service in this made assessments 12 be used for any shall or charges by the Act 13 Department of Health and Human Services unless identi- the budget justification and provided in this Act, in 14 fied or approved the House and Senate Committees on Ap- by 15 through the reprogramming process: Pro- propriations 16 vided further, 'l1hat notwithstanding any 17 provision other 18 law, funds previously or herein made available to of a tribe 19 or tribal organization through a contract, grant, or agree- Self- ment authorized by title I or title V of the Indian 20 21 and Education Assistance Act of 1975 (25 Determination et et may seq. (title I), 5381 ), seq. (title V) 5321 22 U .S.C. 23 be deobligated and reobligated to a self-determination con- under title I, or a self-governance agreement under tract 24 25 title V of such Act and thereafter shall remain available February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

589 APPRO. SEX U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT .xml 110 1 tribe or tribal organization without fiscal year limi- to the Provided That none of the funds made further, 2 tation: shall the Indian Health Service in this Act to 3 available Fed- the in the final rule published implement used 4 be to by the Department Register on eral 16, 1987, 5 September of Health 6 Human Services, relating to the eligibility and the Indian Health Service services of 7 the health care for Indian Health Service has submitted a budget the until 8 request reflecting the increased costs associated with the 9 proposed final rule, and such request has been included 10 11 an appropriations Act and enacted into law: Provided in 12 further, That with respect to functions transferred by the 13 Indian Service to tribes or tribal organizations, the Health Indian Health is authorized to provide goods and 14 Service to those entities on a reimbursable basis, includ- 15 services ing payments in advance 16 subsequent adjustment, and with 17 reimbursements received therefrom, along with the the 18 received from those entities pursuant to the Indian funds 19 Self- Determination Act, may be credited to the same or 20 subsequent account from which appropriation funds the were originally derived, with such amounts to 21 remain until expended: Provided further, That reim- 22 available 23 bursements for training, technical assistance, or services will the Indian Health Service by contain total 24 provided and overhead costs direct, administrative, 25 costs, including February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

590 "C:\2019CON:F'\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 111 1 the provision of goods, services, or tech- associated with assistance: nical 2 That the Indian Health further, Provided Service provide to civilian medical personnel serving 3 may housing Service Health by the Indian operated in 4 hospitals that would be provided to allowances equivalent to those 5 United the Commissioned Corps of the States 6 members of Public in Service serving 7 similar positions at such Health hospitals: 8 Provided further, That the appropriation struc- 9 ture for the Indian Health Service may not be altered 10 ·without notification to the House and Senate advance Committees Appropriations. 11 on 12 NATION.AL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NATION.AL INSTITUTE OF E:NVIRONl\IENT.AL 13 HEALTH 14 SCIENCES :B-,or necessmy expenses 15 the K ational Institute of for 16 Environmental Health Sciences in carrying out activities 17 set in section 31l(a) of the Comprehensive Environ- forth mental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 18 19 1980 (42 U.S.C. 9660(a)) and section 126(g) of the 1986, 20 Amendments and Reauthorization Act of Superfund 21 $79,000,000. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

591 "C:\2019COKl<'\DiYE-INT.xml SEK. APPRO. 112 1 TOXIC SUBSTAi~CES AND DISEASE AGENCY FOR REGISTRY 2 3 SUBSTANCES AND ENYIRONlVIE:\l"T.AL PUBLIC TOXIC 4 HEALTH necessary expenses for the Agency for Toxic Sub- 5 For and Disease Registry (ATSDR) in carrying out stances 6 7 forth in sections 104(i) activities set c)( 4) of the 111( and 8 Environmental Response, Compensation, Comprehensive 9 Liability Act 1980 (CERCLA) and section 3019 and of of Solid Waste Disposal Act, $74,691,000: 10 the Provided, That notwithstanding any other 11 of law, in lieu provision 12 performing a health assessment under section 104(i)(6) of 13 CERCLA, the Administrator of ATSDR may conduct of 14 other appropriate health studies, evaluations, or activities, 15 including, limitation, biomedical testing, clinical without evaluations, medical and referral to accredited 16 monitoring, healthcare Provided further, rrhat in performing 17 providers: any such health assessment or health 18 evaluation, study, 19 activity, the Administrator of ATSDR shall not be or by the deadlines in section 104(i)(6)(A) of bound 20 21 CERCLA: Provided further, That none of the funds appro- priated this heading shall be available for ATSDR under 22 40 23 in excess of issue toxicological profiles pursuant to to 24 section 104(i) of CERCLA fiscal year 2019, and during 25 existing profiles may be updated as necessary. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

592 l':\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 113 1 orrHER RELATED AGENCIES OF PRESIDENT OFFICE THE 2 EA~CUTIVE ENVIRON1VIENTAL QUALITY 3 OFFICE OF COUNCIL ON AND QUALITY ENVIRONl\IENTAL 4 necessary expenses to continue functions as- 5 For the to on Environmental Quality and Office Council signed 6 to the National Envi- pursuant Quality 7 of Environmental the Environmental Quality 8 1969, ronmental Policy Act of 9 Act of 1970, and Reorganization Plan No. Improvement $750 1 of not to exceed and for official reception 10 1977, and representation expenses, $2,994,000: Provided, That 11 12 notwithstanding· 202 of the National Environ- section the mental Act of 1970, 13 Council shall consist of Policy 14 one member, appointed by the President, by and with the 15 advice consent of the Senate, serving as chairman and and exercising powers, functions, and duties of the Council. 16 all CHEMICAL SAFETY AND HAzARD INVESTIGATION BOARD 17 SALARIES EXPENSES 18 AND For necessary expenses in carrying out activities pur- 19 the suant section 112(r)(6) of to Clean Air Act, including 20 21 hire of passenger vehicles, uniforms or allowances there- 22 for, authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5901-5902, and for serv- as at ices by 5 U.S.C. 3109 but 23 rates for individ- authorized 24 uals not to exceed the per diem equivalent to the maximum under payable for senior level positions rate 5 U.S.C. 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

593 SEN APPRO. .. U:\2019CO~F\DiYE~I~T.xrnl 114 1 5376, $12,000,000: the Provided, Chemical 'rhat Safety Investigation Board Hazard shall have not and (Board) 2 than three career Senior Executive Service positions: 3 more 4 further, notwithstanding any other provi- Provided 'rl1at the of sion individual appointed to law, position of In- 5 the spector General of the Environmental Protection 6 Agency (EPA) by virtue of shall, appointment, also hold the such 7 Provided fur- position Inspector General of the Board: 8 of ther, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, the 9 10 Inspector of the Board shall utilize personnel of General of 11 of Inspector General Office EPA in performing the the 12 duties of the Inspector General of the Board, and shall 13 not any individuals to positions within the Board. appoint OFFICE OF AND HOPI INDIAN RELOCATION 14 NAVAJO SALARIES EXPENSES 15 AND 16 (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For necessary expenses of the Office 17 Navajo and of 18 Indian Relocation as authorized by Public Law 93- Hopi 531, $8,750,000, to remain available until expended: Pro- 19 20 vided, That funds provided in this or any other appropria- and 21 are to be used to relocate eligible individuals Act tions 22 groups including evictees from District 6, Hopi-partitioned 23 lands residents, those in significantly substandard hous- as 1ng, all others certified and eligible and not included 24 25 in the preceding categories: Provided further, That none February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

594 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CO)JF\DivE-I)J'l'.xml 115 1 funds contained in this of the other Act be or any may Hopi the by Navajo and Office Indian Relocation of used 2 evict any single Navajo 3 to family who, as of or Navajo 30, lands was physically domiciled on the November 4 1985, partitioned the Hopi Tribe unless a new or replacement 5 to home 6 provided for such household: Provided further, is 7 no relocatee will be provided with more than one new rrhat 8 or home: Provided further, That the Office replacement shall relocate any certified eligible relocatees who have se- 9 10 lected received an approved homesite on the Navajo and reservation or selected a replacement residence off the 11 12 Navajo reservation or on the land acquired pursuant to 13 section of Public Law 93-531 (88 Stat. 1716): Pro- 11 vided That $1,000,000 shall be transferred to the 14 further, Office of the Inspector General of the Department of the 15 16 Interior, remain available until expended, for audits and to Navajo 17 the Office of of and Hopi Indian Re- investigations 18 location, consistent ,vith the Inspector General Act of 19 1978 U.S.C. App.). (5 INSTITUTE NATIVE Al\IERIGAN INDIAN AND ALASKA 20 OF CULTURE 21 ARTS DEVELOPMENT AND 22 PAYMENT TO rrHE INSTITUrrE 23 For payment to the Institute of American Indian and and Arts Development, as author- 24 Native Culture Alaska 25 ized by part A of title XV of Public Law 99-498 (20 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

595 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-IKT.xml SEN. APPRO. 116 1 U.S.C. 4411 $9,960,000, et become which seq.), shall on available 2 remain shall 1, available until July and 2019, 30, 3 September 2020. SlVIITHSONLlli 4 INSTITUTION A."\'D SALARIES EXPENSES 5 necessary expenses 6 the Smithsonian Institu- For of the in research by law, including fields authorized tion, 7 as of art, and history; development, preservation, and 8 science, of the National Collections; presentation of 9 documentation public exhibits and performances; collection, preparation, 10 11 dissemination, exchange of information and publica- and training·, of education, and museum assist- 12 tions; conduct ance programs; maintenance, alteration, operation, lease 13 of protection and years, 30 than more no agreements 14 of buildings, facilities, approaches; not to exceed 15 and as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; and for $100,000 16 services purchase, rental, repair, and cleaning 17 uniforms for em- of 18 $739,994,000, to remain available until Sep- ployees, 19 30, 2020, except as otherwise provided herein; of tember 20 which not to exceed $6,917,000 for the instrumentation program, acquisition, exhibition reinstallation, 21 collections and the re- of skeletal remains program shall repatriation 22 23 main available until e2-.rpended; and including such funds overseas be necessary to support American may re- 24 as Provided, That funds appropriated herein centers: 25 search February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

596 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml 117 1 for advance payments to independent con- are available performing or participating in research tractors services 2 presentations. official 3 Smithsonian 4 FACILITIES CAPITAL necessary eJ\..'J)enses of repair, revitalization, and 5 For of 6 owned or occupied by the Smithso- alteration facilities Institution, by contract or otherwise, as authorized nian 7 by 623), 2 of the Act of August 22, 1949 (63 Stat. section 8 and for including necessary personnel, construction, 9 $303,503,000, 10 remain available until expended, of to which not to exceed $10,000 11 be for services as au- shall 12 by 5 U.S.C. 3109. thorized NATIONAL 13 OF ART GALLERY 14 SALARIES Ai~D EXPENSES 15 For the upkeep and operations of the National Gal- 16 lery Art, the protection and care of the works of art of therein, administrative expenses incident thereto, as 17 and authorized by the Act of March 24, 1937 (50 Stat. 51), 18 1939 as by the public resolution of April 13, amended 19 9, Seventy-sixth Congress), including 20 (Public Resolution 21 services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; payment in ad- of by the treasurer the Gallery for authorized 22 when vance membership in library, museum, and art associations or 23 or services are available to societies whose publications 24 lower 25 only, or to members at a price members than to the February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

597 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CO~F\DiYE-INT.xml 118 1 purchase, repair, and cleaning of uniforms general public; or allowances therefor, for other and uniforms, guards, for 2 5901-5902); authorized by law (5 U.S.C. employees 3 as or rental of 4 and services for protecting purchase devices contents thereof, and maintenance, alter- and 5 buildings improvement, and repair of buildings, approaches, 6 ation, and grounds; and and of services for restoration purchase 7 repair of of art for the National Galle1y of Art by 8 works made, contracts advertising, with individuals, without 9 or organizations firms, 10 such at or prices and under rates 11 terms and conditions as the Gallery may deem such prop- 12 er, $144,202,000, to remain available until September 30, 13 2020, of which not to exceed $3,640,000 for the special 14 exhibition shall remain available until expended. program REPAIR, RESTORA.TION RENOVATION OF BUILDIKGS 15 AND For expenses of repair, restoration and 16 necessary renovation of buildings, grounds and facilities owned 17 or 18 by the National Gallery of Art, by contract occupied or 19 otherwise, for operating lease agTeements of no more than 20 10 years, ·with no extensions or renewals beyond the 10 21 years, address space needs created by the ongoing that in the Master Facilities Plan, as authorized, renovations 22 23 $24,203,000, to remain available until expended: Pro- 24 rrhat contracts awarded for environmental systems, vided, 25 protection systems, and exterior repair or renovation of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

598 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 119 1 the National Gallery of Art may be negotiated buildings of con- and awarded on the basis of selected ·with 2 contractors qualifications as well tractor price. 3 as F. JOHN CENTER FOR THE PERFORl\IING 4 KENNEDY 5 ARTS OPERA.TIONS AND MAINTENANCE 6 7 necessary e:1..'I)enses for the operation, mainte- For nance 8 of the John security Kennedy Center for and F. the Performing Arts, $24,490,000. 9 CAPITAL 10 AND RESTORATION REPAIR For necessary 11 for capital repair and restora- expenses of site and the existing features of the building of tion 12 the John Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, ]--,. 13 to remain available until expended. $16,800,000, 14 WOODROW \VILSON 15 CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL 16 SCHOLARS SALARIES EXPENSES 17 AND For e:1..'I)enses 18 in carrying out the provisions necessary 19 of the Woodrow Wilson l\[emorial Act of 1968 (82 Stat. 20 including hire of passenger vehicles and services as 1356) 21 authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, $12,000,000, to remain 2020. until September 30, 22 available February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

599 U :\20 l 9CO .xrnl Nl<-,\DiYE-INT APPRO. SEK. 120 KATIONAL THE ARTS AN"D THE FOUN'DATION 1 ON UlVIAi"\l"ITIE H 2 S 3 NATION.AL ENDOvVlVIENT FOR THE ARTS AND ADl\IIXISTRATIO:N 4 GRANTS necessary 5 to carry out the National :B'or expenses Humanities on Arts and the Foundation Act of 1965, 6 the National the Endow- be to shall $155,000,000 7 available 8 ment Arts for the support of projects and produc- for the education in arts, including arts the and public out- 9 tions reach activities, 10 assistance to organizations and through 11 pursuant to section 5 of the Act, for program individuals support, and for administering the functions of the Act, 12 13 to remain available until expended. 14 NATIONAL FOR THE HUlV~~ITIES ENDOWlVI:ENT GRANTS .. ADl\IINISTRATIO:N 15 AND necessary expenses For carry out the National 16 to Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities 17 of 1965, Act 18 to remain available until expended, of which $155,000,000 $141,750,000 shall be available for support of activities 19 and Act the of pursuant to section 7 ( c) humanities, the 20 in for and the functions of the Act; 21 administering 22 shall be available to carry out the matching $13,250,000 23 grants program pursuant to section 10(a)(2) of the Act, 24 $11,250,000 for including the purposes of section 7(h): 25 Provided, That appropriations for carrying out section February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

600 SE~. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.A111l 121 1 be available for obligation only in such 10(a)(2) shall amounts equal to the total be of gifts, may 2 as amounts accepted property other and money, devises 3 bequests, of the chairman or by grantees of the National by Endow- 4 for the Humanities under ment provisions of sections the 5 ll(a)(2)(B) and pre- during the current and ll(a)(3)(B) 6 ceding fiscal for which equal amounts have not pre- years 7 been appropriated. viously 8 9 ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS None of the funds appropriated to 10 National the 11 on the Arts and the Humanities may be used Foundation contract to any gTant or process documents which do not 12 13 include the teA't of 18 U.S.C. 1913: Provided, That none 14 of appropriated to the National Foundation on the funds re- Arts the Humanities the be used for official and 15 may ception and representation expenses: Provided further, 16 That funds from nonappropriated sources may be used as 17 necessary official reception and representation ex- for 18 penses: Provided further, That the Chairperson of the Na- 19 the Arts may approve gTants of up for 20 tional Endowment 21 to if in the aggregate the amount of such grants $10,000, does not exceed 5 percent of the sums appropriated for 22 23 grantmaking purposes per year: Provided further, rrhat to grant actions are taken pursuant the terms such small 24 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

601 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CO)JF\DivE-INT.x:ml 122 1 expressed and direct delegation of authority from of an the Arts to the Chairperson. National on the 2 Council OF FIXE ARTS 3 COMMISSION AND SALARIES 4 EXPENSES expenses of the For of Fine Arts under 5 Commission chapter 91 of title 40, United States Code, $2,771,000: 6 7 Provided, the Commission is authorized to charge r.rhat its fees the full costs of cover publications, and such 8 to fees shall be credited to this account as 9 offsetting col- an l O to remain available until expended without further lection, appropriation: Provided further, That the Commission is 11 12 authorized to accept gifts, including objects, papers, art- 13 work, and artifacts, that pertain to the history drawings the and the Nation's Capital or of history and ac- 14 design tivities of the Commission 15 Fine Arts, for the purpose of 16 of artistic display, study, or education: Provided further, 17 rrhat one-tenth of one percent of the funds provided under reception 18 may be used for official heading and rep- this 19 resentation expenses. 20 NATIONAL CAPITAL ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS 21 necessary expenses as authorized by Public Law For 22 99-190 (20 U.S.C. 956a), $2,750,000. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

602 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivE-I~T.xrnl 123 1 HISTORIC PRESERVATION ADVISORY COUNCIL ON EXPENSES AND 2 SALARIES expenses of the Advisory Council on 3 For necessary 89-665), $6,890,000. (Public Law Preservation Historic 4 CAPITAL PLA.1~NING COMlVIISSION 5 NATIONAL AND EXPE~SES SALARIES 6 necessary expenses of the National Capital Plan- 7 For under chapter 87 of title 40, United 8 ning Commission Code, including services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. States 9 Provided, rrhat one-quarter of 1 per- 3109, 10 $8,099,000: cent of the funds provided under 11 heading may be used this and representational expenses associ- 12 for official reception 13 ated ·with hosting international visitors engaged in the 14 planning development of world capitals. and physical STATES UNITED MEMORIAL MUSEUM 15 HOLOCAUST HOLOCAUST lVIElVIORIAL MUSEUM 16 For eJ\..'J)enses of the Holocaust Memorial Museum, as 17 authorized Public Law 106-292 (36 U.S.C. 2301- by 18 2310), $59,000,000, of which $1,715,000 shall remain 19 until September 30, 2021, for the :Museum's available 20 21 equipment progTam; and of which $4,000,000 replacement the Museum's repair and rehabilitation program and 22 for 23 $1,264,000 for the Museum's outreach initiatives program expended. 24 remain available until shall February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

603 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml 124 1 EISENHO\VER MEMORIAL COlVIlVIISSION DvVIGHT D. AND 2 EXPENSES SALARIES expenses of 3 Dwight D. Eisenhower necessary For the Commission, $1,800,000, to 4 available 1\/[emorial remain until 5 expended. SUFFRAGE CENTENNLU, ,v-O:l\IEN'S 6 COMMISSION 7 SALARIES A~D EXPENSES For necessary expenses for the 8 Suffrage Women's 9 Commission, as authorized by the Women's Centennial Suffrage Commission Act ( section 431 (a) ( 3) of 10 Centennial division G of Public Law 115-31), $1,000,000, 11 remain to until expended. 12 available "\YORLD WAR 13 CENTENNIAL COl\IlVIISSION I 14 SALARIES AND EXPE~SES 15 Notwithstanding section 9 of the \Vorld War I Cen- 16 tennial Act, as authorized by the World War Commission I Centennial Act (Public Law 112-272) and 17 Commission the Carl Levin and Howard 18 "Buck" McKean National P. 19 Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015 (Public War Law 113-291), for necessary expenses of the World 20 21 Commission, $7,000,000, to remain available I Centennial Provided, That in addition to the authority until 22 expended: 23 provided by section 6(g) of such Act, the World War I personnel may accept money, in-kind services, Commission 24 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

604 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DiYE-IKT.xrnl 125 1 contractual support, any appropriate support from any or 2 executive branch agency for activities of the Commission. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

605 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml 126 TITLE IV 1 PROVISIONS GENERAL 2 Fl:-NDS) (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF 3 OF RESTRICTION USE ON 4 FUNDS 401. Ko part of any 5 contained in SEC. appropriation this shall be available for Act activity or the publica- 6 any to tends way any in that literature distribution or tion 7 of promote public support or opposition to 8 legislative any on which Congressional proposal is not complete 9 action as than to communicate to Members of Congress other 10 described in 18 U.S.C. 1913. 11 OBLIGATION APPROPRIATIONS 12 OF SEC. 402. No 13 of any appropriation contained in part 14 this Act shall remain available for obligation beyond the 15 current year unless eAl)ressly so provided herein. fiscal DISCLOSURE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES 16 OF SEC. 403. ri~he amount and basis of estimated over- 17 head charges, deductions, reserves or holdbacks, including 18 working 19 fund and cost pool charges, from pro- capital gov- support to subactivities and activities projects, 20 grams, ernment-wide, agency, or bureau adminis- 21 departmental, trative 22 or headquarters, regional, or central op- functions 23 erations shall be presented in annual budget justifications 24 Appropria- to approval by the Committees on subject and the House of Representatives and the Senate. tions of 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

606 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CON:F'\DivE-INT.:s:ml 127 1 such estimates shall be presented to the Com- Changes to on for approval. mittees 2 Appropriations 3 MINING APPLICATIONS 404. (a) LI1\IITATION OF FUNDS.-None of the 4 SEC. appropriated made otherwise funds available pursuant 5 or accept this shall be to or expended to Act or 6 obligated process applications for a 7 for any mining or mill patent 8 site located under the general mining laws. claim (b) EXCEPTIONS.-Subsection shall not apply 9 (a) if that, 10 the Interior determines Secretary for the claim the of concerned ( 1) a patent application was 11 with the Sec- filed 12 on or before September 30, 1994; and (2) all retary re- 13 quirements established under sections 2325 and 2326 of 14 the Revised Statutes (30 U.S.C. 29 and 30) for vein or 15 lode sections 2329, 2330, 2331, and 2333 of the claims, and Revised U.S.C. 35, 36, (30 37) for placer 16 Statutes claims, and section 2337 of the Revised Statutes (30 17 were U.S.C. for mill site claims, as the case may be, 18 42) 19 complied with by fully applicant by that date. the Secretary (c) REPORT.-On September 30, 2020, the 20 21 the Interior shall file with the House and Senate of Com- 22 mittees on Appropriations and the Committee on Natural 23 Resources of the House and the Committee on Energy and a 24 of the Senate Resources report on actions taken Natural 25 by the Department under the plan submitted pursuant to February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

607 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml 128 1 section 314( the c) the Interior and Re- Department of of Agencies Act, 1997 (Public Law lated 2 Appropriations 104-208). 3 d) lVII!\"ERAL EXAlVIINATIONS.-In order 4 process ( to patent in a timely and responsible manner, 5 applications applicant, patent the Secretary of upon of a the 6 request shall Interior a qualified allow the applicant to fund 7 the third-party contractor be selected by the Director of the to 8 9 of Land Management to conduct a mineral exam- Bureau ination of 10 mining claims or mill sites contained in a the 11 application as set forth patent subsection (b). The Bu- in 12 reau of Land :Management shall have the sole responsi- 13 bility choose and pay the third-party contractor in ac- to standard procedures employed by the cordance the 14 with Bureau of Land l\Ianagement in the retention of third- 15 party contractors. 16 17 SUPPORT COSTS, PRIOR YEAR LIMITATION CONTRACrr SEC. 405. 18 405 and 406 of division F of the Sections 19 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, Law 113-235) shall continue in effect in fis- 20 2015 (Public cal year 2019. 21 CONTRACT SUPPORT FISCAL 1"'EAR 2019 COSTS, 22 23 LIMITATION 24 SEC. 406. Amounts provided by this Act for fiscal Health 25 2019 under the headings "Department of year and February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

608 U:\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 129 1 Indian Health Service, Contract Support Human Services, and 2 the Interior, Bureau of Indian "Department Costs" of and of Indian Education, Contract Sup- Affairs 3 Bureau 4 are the only port available for contract Costs" amounts support arising out of self-determination or self-gov- 5 costs contracts, grants, compacts, or annual funding 6 ernance agreements for fiscal year 2019 7 the with Bureau Indian of Affairs or Indian Health Service: Provided, That such 8 the not amounts this Act are by available for pay- 9 provided ment of claims for contract support 10 for prior years, costs 11 for repayments of payments for settlements or judg- or prior ments contract support costs for 12 years. awarding 13 FOREST lVIANAGEMENT Phh~S 14 SEC. 407. The Secretary of Agriculture shall not be 15 considered be in violation of subparagraph 6(f)(5)(A) to of Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Plan- 16 the ning Act of 197 4 (16 U.S.C. 1604(f)(5)(A)) solely because 17 more than 15 years have passed ·without revision of the 18 the 19 a unit of for National Forest System. Nothing plan re- in this section exempts the Secretary from any other 20 21 of the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Re- quirement 1600 Act (16 U.S.C. Planning et seq.) or any 22 sources 23 other law: Provided, That if the Secretary is not acting 24 expeditiously in good faith, within the and avail- funding unit of the National Forest for a 25 able, to revise a plan February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

609 l::\2019CONF\DivE-IKT.xml SEN. APPRO. 130 1 section shall be void with respect to such plan System, this completion a court jurisdiction may order proper and of 2 of 3 on an accelerated basis. the plan PROHIBITION vVITHIN 1\IONU1VIE~TS 4 NATIONAL Act 408. funds SEC. in this Ko may be ex- 5 provided pended to conduct preleasing, leasing and related activities 6 7 under the Mineral Leasing Act (30 U.S.C. 181 et either Lands seq.) Outer Continental Shelf the Act ( 43 U.S.C. or 8 Monu- et seq.) ·within the boundaries of a National 1331 9 10 established pursuant to the Act of June 8, 1906 ment (16 11 431 et seq.) as U.S.C. boundary existed on January such 12 20, 2001, except where such activities are allowed under 13 the establishing such monu- Presidential proclamation ment. 14 15 ON TAICTNGS LIMITATION 409. 16 otherwise provided herein, no funds SEC. Unless appropriated in this Act for the acquisition of lands or 17 the interests may be expended for lands filing of dec- in 18 larations of taking or complaints in condemnation ,vi.thout 19 and Senate Committees on Ap- House 20 the approval of the 21 propriations: That this provision shall not apply Provided, the Everglades Na- 22 funds appropriated to implement to 23 tional Park Protection and Expansion Act of 1989, or to the Federal assistance to State of for funds 24 appropriated February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

610 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-INT.xml 131 Florida lands for Everglades restoration pur- to acquire 1 2 poses. TIMBER SALE REQUIREMENTS 3 410. No timber sale in Alaska's Region 10 shall 4 SEC. advertised 5 the indicated rate is deficit ( defined as be if to value the timber is not sufficient the cover all logging 6 of 7 stumpage costs and provide a normal profit and risk and allowance 8 Forest appraisal process) the Service's under using a residual value appraisal. The west- 9 when appraised sales red timber from those cedar which is surplus ern 10 to the needs of the domestic processors in Alaska, shall 11 in the contiguous be available to domestic processors made 12 48 United States at prevailing domestic prices. All addi- 13 or con- western red cedar volume not sold to Alaska 14 tional 15 tiguous United States domestic processors may be ex- 48 of ported markets at the election foreign the timber sale 16 to holder. All Alaska yellow cedar may be 17 at prevailing sold 18 prices at the election of the export sale holder. timber 19 PROHIBITION" ON NO- BID CON'fRACTS 20 SEC. 411. None of the funds appropriated or other- 21 wise available by this Act to executive branch agen- made into enter any Federal contract unless may be used to 22 cies 23 such contract is entered into in accordance with the re- States Code, United Chapter 33 of title 41, quirements 24 of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

611 SEN. APPRO. U :\2019CONF\DivE-IKT .x:ml 132 1 137 of title 10, United States Code, and the or Chapter Acquisition Regulation, :B--,ederal 2 unless- law Federal authorizes a con- (1) 3 specifically to be entered into without tract for these re- regard 4 including formula grants for States, quirements, 5 or federally recognized Indian tribes; 6 (2) such 7 is authorized contract by Indian the Self- Determination Education Assistance Act 8 and et Law by U.S.C. 450 93-638, seq.) or 25 (Public 9 any other Federal laws that 10 authorize a specifically 11 within an Indian tribe as defined in section contract of that Act (25 U.S.C. 450b(e)); or 4(e) 12 13 (3) such contract was awarded prior to the date 14 of of this Act. enactment POSTING OF 15 REPORTS 412. (a) Any SEG. receiving funds made avail- 16 agency able in this Act, shall, subject to subsections (b) and (c), 17 post 18 the public website of that agency any report re- on 19 quired be submitted to the by in this or any Congress 20 other Act, upon the determination by the head of the agen- 21 cy it shall serve the national interest. that not apply to a report if- 22 Subsection (a) shall (b) 23 (1) the public posting of the report com- or 24 national security; promises 25 (2) the report contains proprietary information. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

612 SE~. APPRO. U:\2019CO~.F\DiYE-INT.xml 133 1 The head of the agency posting such report shall ( c) made so such report has been after available to do only 2 requesting Committee 3 the of for Committees or CongTess less no 4 45 days. than END0\V1VIENT 5 THE ARTS GRANT ~ATI01\TAL FOR GUIDELINES 6 SEC. 413. Of 7 funds provided to the National En- the 8 for the Arts- dowment ( The Chairperson shall only award a grant 9 1) to an individual if such grant is awarded to such 10 in- 11 for a literature fellowship, National Herit- dividual 1 12 Fellowship, or Ainerican Jazz J\ Iasters Fellow- age 13 ship. 14 (2) Chairperson shall establish procedures The to that no funding provided through a grant, 15 ensure except a grant made to a State or local arts agency, 16 to 17 group, may be used to make a grant regional or 18 any other organization or individual to conduct ac- 19 tivity independent of the direct grant recipient. 20 Nothing this shall prohibit payments in subsection made in exchange for goods and 21 services. be support grant shall seasonal used for (3) No 22 23 to a group, unless the application is specific to the the season, including identified programs 24 of contents 25 or projects. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

613 SEN. APPRO. l: :\2019CO :-JF\DivE-IKT .xml 134 NA'l'IONAL FOR THE ARTS PROGRAM 1 ENDOvVJ\IENT 2 PRIORITIES 414. (a) In providing services or awarding fi- 3 SEC. nancial assistance the National Foundation on the 4 under 1965 and Humanities Act of Arts from funds appro- 5 the priated under this Act, the Chairperson of the National 6 Arts shall ensure that priority is given Enduwment 7 for the providing services 8 to or awarding financial assistance for projects, productions, workshops, or programs that serve 9 underserved populations. 10 11 (b) In this section: 12 The term "underserved population" means (1) a population of individuals, including urban minori- 13 the purview who have historically been outside 14 ties, 15 of and humanities programs due to factors such arts as incidence of income below the poverty line 16 a high or to geographic isolation. 17 (2) term 18 "poverty line" means the poverty The the line as defined by 19 Office of l\[anagement and ( 20 Budget, and revised annually in accordance ,vith sec- 21 tion of the Community Services Block Grant 673(2) a family Act 22 U.S.C. 9902(2))) applicable to ( of 42 23 the size involved. 24 ( c) In providing services and awarding financial as- the 25 under the National Foundation on sistance Arts and February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

614 U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml SEN. APPRO. 135 1 of 1965 ,vith funds appropriated by this Humanities Act the of the National Endowment for the Act, Chairperson 2 shall ensure that priority is given to providing serv- 3 Arts or 4 financial assistance for projects, produc- ices awarding tions, or programs that ,vill encourage public 5 workshops, knowledge, education, 6 and appreciation of understanding, 7 arts. the Act d) funds appropriated by out With to carry this ( 8 and Arts the National Foundation on the Hu- 5 of 9 section manities of 1965- 10 Act (1) the Chairperson shall establish a 11 cat- grant 12 egory for projects, productions, workshops, or pro- 13 gTams that are of national impact or availability or 14 are to tour several States; able (2) the shall not make grants ex- 15 Chairperson ceeding percent, in the aggregate, of such funds 16 15 to any 17 State, excluding grants made under the single 18 of paragraph (1); authority (3) 19 Chairperson shall report to the Con- the by gTess annually and by State, on grants awarded 20 21 Chairperson in each grant category under the sec- 22 tion 5 of such Act; and 23 ( 4) the Chairperson shall encourage the use of to improve and support community-based grants 24 25 music performance and education. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

615 U:\2019COKI<..,\DivE-I~T.xml SEN. APPRO. 136 1 BALANCES OF APPROPRIATION"S STATUS OF 415. The of the Interior, the Envi- Department 2 SEC. Agency, Protection ronmental 3 Service, and the the Forest 4 Health shall provide the Committees on Indian Service Appropriations the House of Representatives and Sen- 5 of ate quarterly reports on the 6 of balances of appro- status 7 including all uncommitted, committed, priations unob- and in each program and activity. 8 ligated funds ON USE OF FUNDS PROHIBITION 9 SEC. 416. 10 any other provision of Notwithstanding 11 none of the funds made law, in this Act or any available 12 other Act may be used to promulgate or implement any 13 regulation the issuance of permits under title V requiring 7661 of Air Act (42 U.S.C. Clean et seq.) for carbon 14 the dioxide, nitrous oxide, water vapor, or 15 emissions methane 16 from biological processes associated ,vith live- resulting stock production. 17 18 GREENHOUSE GAS REPORTING RESTRICTIONS 19 SEC. 417. Notmthstanding any other provision of available the funds made in this or any other none of 20 law, 21 Act may be used to implement any provision in a rule, 22 that provision requires mandatory reporting of green- if 23 house gas emissions from manure management systems. February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

616 U :\2019CONF\DivE-INT .xrnl APPRO. SEN. 137 1 FUNDING PROHIBI'l'ION available 418. the funds made of by this 2 Kone SEC. any other Act may be used to regulate the lead content or 3 ammunition, components, or fishing tackle of 4 ammunition the under Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. 2601 Toxic 5 et seq.) or law. other any 6 CONTRACTING AU'rHORITIES 7 E 419. 412 of 8 Section of Public Law SEC. Division 112-7 4 is amended by striking "fiscal year 2019" in- and 9 serting year 10 "fiscal 2020". 11 EXTENSION OF GRAZING PERl\IITS 12 420. rrhe terms and conditions of section 325 SEC. 13 of Public Law 108-108 (117 Stat. 1307), regarding graz- by the Forest Service on any lands not 14 ing issued permits subject administration under section 402 of the Federal 15 to Lands Policy and Management Act 16 U.S.C. 1752), (43 17 remain in effect for shall year 2019. fiscal 18 FTJNDING PROHIBITION 19 SEC. 421. (a) None of the funds made available in 20 this may be used to maintain or establish a computer Act block network such network is designed to 21 access unless 22 to pornography websites. 23 (b) Nothing in subsection (a) shall limit the use of or any Federal, State, tribal, local law 24 funds necessary for February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

617 l:':\2019CONF\DivE-INT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 138 1 or any other entity carrying out crimi- enforcement agency adjudication activities. or investigations, 2 nal prosecution, FACILITY REALIGNl\IE:NT AND FOREST 3 SERVICE ACT 4 ENILlliCEl\IE:NT 422. 503(f) SEC. of the Forest Service Facil- 5 Section 2005 ity Enhancement Act of and (16 U.S.C. Realignment 6 7 note; Public Law 109-54) is amended by striking 580d "2018" inserting "2019". and 8 USE OF IRON AND STEEL 9 Al\1:ERICAN 423. SEC. None of the funds made available 10 (a)(l) by a State water pollution control revolving fund 11 au- as 12 by section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act thorized used 13 U.S.C. 300j-12) shall be 42 for a project for the ( 14 construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair of a public 15 water or treatment works unless all of the iron and system are steel in the project used produced in the 16 products United States. 17 (2) section, this 18 the term "iron and steel" products In means the follnwing products made primarily of iron or 19 covers manhole fittings, or unlined pipes and lined 20 steel: other municipal 21 hydrants, tanks, flanges, and castings, rein- steel, and restraints, valves, structural clamps pipe 22 forced precast concrete, and construction materials. 23 in any case or cat- not apply 24 (b) Subsection (a) shall of 25 of cases in which the Administrator egory the Environ- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

618 U:\2019CONF\DivE-IKT.xrnl SEN. APPRO. 139 1 Agency (in this section referred to as mental Protection "Administrator") the finds 2 that- subsection applying would be mcon- (1) 3 (a) interest; the public with sistent 4 iron and steel products are not produced in (2) 5 avail- United in sufficient and reasonably States 6 the able quantities 7 of and quality; or a satisfactory 8 3) inclusion of iron and steel products pro- ( increase duced United States will the the cost of 9 in the overall project by more than 25 percent. 10 11 ( If the Administrator receives a request for a waiv- c) 12 under this section, the Administrator shall make avail- er 13 able to the public on an informal basis a copy of the re- 14 quest information available to the Administrator con- and cerning request, and shall allow for informal public 15 the input on the request for at least 15 days prior 16 making to 17 based on the request. rrhe Administrator shall a finding make the request and accompanying information available 18 19 by electronic means, including on the official public Inter- 20 net site of the Environmental Protection Agency. Web con- ( rrhis section shall 21 applied in a manner d) be United States obligations under international 22 sistent with 23 agTeements. rrhe Administrator 24 (e) may retain up to 0.25 percent and Clean the funds appropriated in this Act for the of 25 February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

619 SEN. APPRO. V:\2019CO~F\DiYE-I~T.xml 140 1 State Revolving ~·unds for carrying out Drinking Water provisions for in subsection (a) ( 1) the manage- 2 described this and of the requirements of ment section. 3 oversight MIDWAY ISLAND 4 SEC. 424. None of the funds made available by this 5 6 Act be used to destroy any buildings or structures may on Island that have been recommended by the 7 Midway United States Navy for inclusion in 8 National Register the 9 Historic Places (54 U.S.C. 302101). of JOH::\f F. KENNEDY CENTER REAUTI-IORIZATIO::\f 10 11 SEC. 425. Section 13 of the John F. Kennedy Center 12 Act U.S.C. 76r) is amended by striking subsections (20 (a) (b) and inserting the following: 13 and "(a) l\!IAINTENA.i'JCE, REPAIR, A_.'JD 14 SECURITY.- 15 is authorized to be 'rhere to the Board to appropriated 16 carry out section 4(a)(l)(H), $24,490,000 for fiscal year 17 2019. 18 "(b) CAPITAL PROJECTS.-There is authorized to be 19 appropriated to the Board to carry out subparagraphs (F) fiscal (G) of section 4(a)(l), $16,800,000 for and year 20 21 2019.". February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

620 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DiYE-INT.xml 141 1 TRAINING AGREEMENTS A.,D TRANS- LOCAL COOPERATOR OF EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR FERS 2 EXCESS 3 "\YILDFIRES 426. The Secretary of the Interior is authorized 4 SEC. enter to grants and cooperative agreements with vol- 5 into fire departments, rural fire departments, rangeland 6 unteer and similar to organizations associations, fire 7 protection training and equipment, including provide for wildland 8 fire and communication devices. Notwithstanding 9 supplies 121(c) of title 40, United States Code, or section 521 10 of 11 40, United States Code, the Secretary is further au- title excess thorized transfer title to to Department of the Inte- 12 13 rior firefighting equipment no longer needed to carry out 14 the of the Department's wildland fire manage- functions ment to such organizations. 15 program 16 RECREATION FEES SEC. 427. Section 810 of the Federal Lands Recre- 17 ation Enhancement Act (16 U.S.C. 6809) shall be applied 18 for 19 "October 1, 2020" substituting "September 30, by 2019". 20 ENERGY POLICIES RELATING TO BIOMASS 21 SEC. rro support the key 428. that forests in the role 22 addressing United can play in States the energy needs of 23 24 the United States, the of Energy, the Secretary Secretary 25 of Agriculture, and the Administrator of the Environ- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

621 U:\2019CO:,rF\DiYE-l~T.xml SEN. APPRO. 142 1 Agency shall, consistent with their mis- mental Protection jointly- sions, 2 1) ensure that Federal policy relating to forest ( 3 4 bioenergy- depart- consistent across all Federal 5 is (A) ments and agencies; and 6 (B) 7 the full benefits of the use recognizes and forest biomass for energy, conservation, 8 of responsible management; and 9 forest (2) establish clear and simple policies for 10 the 11 of forest biomass use an energy solution, includ- as 12 ing policies that- 13 (A) the carbon-neutrality of forest reflect bioenergy recognize biomass as a renewable 14 and energy source, provided the use of forest bio- 15 16 mass energy production does not cause con- for version of forests to non-forest use; 17 18 (B) encourage private investment through- 19 out forest biomass supply chain, including the 111- 20 (i) working forests; 21 22 (ii) harvesting operations; 23 (iii) forest improvement operations; 24 forest bioenergy production; (iv) 25 (v) wood products manufacturing; or February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

622 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019COKI<--,\DivE-INT.xml 143 1 manufacturing; (vi) paper 2 encourage to nn- (C) forest management health; forest prove 3 and State 4 to produce (D) recognize initiatives use and biomass. forest 5 6 INFRASTRUCTURE "Envi- 429. For an additional SEC. for (a) 7 amount Agency-Hazardous Substance ronmental Protection 8 9 $68,000,000, of which $60,000,000 shall be Superfund", 10 the Superfund Remedial program and $8,000,000 for shall for the Superfund Emergency Response and Re- 11 be moval progTam, to remain available 12 expended, con- until 13 of such sums as sisting available in the Trust Fund are 14 on September 30, 2018, as authorized by section 517(a) 15 of Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act the $68,000,000 of and up to (SARA) as a payment 16 1986 from general revenues to the Hazardous 17 Super- Substance 18 for purposes as authorized by fund 517(b) of section 19 SARA. 20 (b) For an additional amount for "Environmental 21 Protection and Tribal Assistance Grants," Agency-State 22 environmental programs and infrastructure assistance, for 23 including capitalization grants for State revolving funds performance partnership grants, $665,000,000 to re- and 24 25 main available until expended, of which- February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

623 U:\2019CONF\DivE-I~T.xrnl SEK. APPRO. 144 1 shall be for making capital- (1) $300,000,000 grants the Clean Water State Revolving for 2 ization under title VI of the Federal Water Pollution Funds 3 and of which $300,000,000 shall be for 4 Act; Control capitalization grants for the Drinking Water making 5 State Revolving Funds under 6 1452 of the section Water Act; 7 Drinking Safe grants for small (2) $25,000,000 be for 8 shall disadvantaged communities authorized in sec- and 9 tion 2104 of the 10 Infrastructure Water Improvements for Nation Act (Public Law 114-322); 11 the 12 $25,000,000 shall be for grants for lead (3) 13 testing in school and child care program drinking water in section 2107 of the Water Infra- authorized 14 (Public structure the Nation Act for 15 Improvements 16 Law 114-322); ( 4) $15,000,000 shall be for gTants for 17 reduc- 18 lead in drinking water authorized in section mg 2105 of the Water Infrastructure Improvements for 19 114-322). the Nation Act (Public Law 20 21 For an additional amount for "Environmental (c) Protection 22 Infrastructure Finance and In- Agency-Water 23 Program Account", $58,000,000, to remain novation 24 available until expended, for the of direct loans, for cost and for administrative ex- guaranteed loans, 25 the cost of February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

624 SEK. APPRO. U:\2019COKF\DivE-IKT.xml 145 1 penses to the out guaranteed loan pro- direct carry and which of to remain available until Sep- grams, 2 $3,000,000, ex- administrative may be used for such 2020, tember 3 30, Provided, That these additional funds are available 4 penses: amount of subsidize for the principal gross obligations to 5 loans, including capitalized interest, direct 6 total and loan 7 including capitalized interest, principal, part of any which $6,700,000,000. not to exceed be is to 8 guaranteed, REMOTE INCINERJ\. .. TORS 9 SMALL SEC. 430. None of the funds made available 10 this in 11 may be used to implement or enforce the regulation Act 40 at CFR part 60 subparts on l\1arch 21, 2011 12 issued 13 CCCC and DDDD with respect to units in the State of 14 Alaska are defined "small, remote incinerator" that as in units regulations and, until a subsequent regula- 15 those tion is issued, the Administrator shall implement the law 16 and 17 in effect prior to such date. regulations CLARIFICATION EXEMPTIONS 18 OF SEC. 431. None 19 the funds made available in this of discharge the may be used to require a permit for Act 20 under of or fill 21 dredged the Federal Water Pollu- material 22 tion Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.) for the activities 23 in subparagraphs (A) and (C) of section identified 24 404(f)(l) of the Act (33 U.S.C. 1344(f)(l)(A), (C)). February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

625 APPRO. SEX l::\2019COKJ<-,\DiYE-INT.xml 146 This division may be cited as the "Department of the 1 and Related Agencies Appropria- Interior, Environment, 2 3 tions Act, 2019". February 7, 2019 (2:52 p.m.)

626 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. ~x APPRO. ~ 1 OF STATE, DIVISION F-DEPARTMENT OPERATIONS, 2 AND FOREIGN RELATED ACT, APPROPRIATIONS PROGRAMS 3 4 2019 5 TITLE I OF 6 AND RELATED DEPARTMENT STATE AGENCY 7 OF STATE DEPARTMENT 8 9 OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION DIPLOMATIC PROGRAl\IS 10 For 11 expenses of the Department of State necessary and Foreign Service not otherwise provided for, 12 the $5,947,952,000, of which up to 13 may remain $671,726,000 and to up which of available 2020, 30, September until 14 15 $1,469,777,000 may remain available until expended for Provided, That funds 16 Protection: Worldwide Security be made this heading shall under allocated in ac- 17 available cordance with paragraphs (1) through ( 18 as follows: 4) HUMAN RESOURCES.-For necessary ex- (1) 19 20 for training, penses human resources management, 21 and salaries, including employment without regard and classification laws of persons on 22 civil service to 23 a temporary basis (not to exceed $700,000), as au- United by section 801 of the States Infor- 24 thorized February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

627 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 2 1 Educational Exchange Act of 1948, mation and which to $528,000,000 is for $2,871,794,000, of 2 up Security Protection. 3 Worldwide OVERSEAS PROGRAMS.-For necessary ex- (2) 4 bureaus 5 regional penses of the Department for the of State and overseas activities as 6 by law, authorized 7 $1,338,227,000. (3) DIPLOMATIC AND SUPPORT.-For 8 POLICY expenses necessary the functional bureaus of the 9 for Department of State, 10 representation to including 11 organizations in which the certain international States participates pursuant to treaties rati- 12 United 13 fied pursuant to the advice and consent of the Sen- 14 ate specific Acts of Congress, general administra- or tion, arms control, nonproliferation and disar- 15 and mament activities as authorized, $773,847,000. 16 17 ( SECURITY PROGRAMS.-For necessary ex- 4) 18 for security activities, $964,084,000, of which penses 19 up to $941,777,000 is for Worldwide Security Pro- 20 tection. (5) AND PAYMENTS COLLECTED.-ln ad- 21 FEES under to 22 otherwise made available dition amounts 23 this heading- 24 (A) as authorized by section 810 of the Ex- 25 States Information and Educational United February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

628 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 3 1 not to exceed $5,000,000, to re- change Act, available expended, may be credited main until 2 this appropriation from fees or 3 to pay- other received from English teaching, library, ments 4 pictures, and publication programs and 5 motion from fees from educational advising and coun- 6 exchange visitor programs; and and seling 7 (B) not exceed $15,000, which shall be to 8 and from reimbursements, surcharges, derived 9 fees for use of Blair 10 facilities. House 11 TRANSFER OF FUNDS, REPROGRAMMING, (6) .A1"1"D MATTERS.- 12 OTHER (A) 13 any other provision of Notwithstanding within reprogrammed be may funds Act, 14 this and between ( 1) through ( 4) under 15 paragraphs this subject to section 7015 of this Act. 16 heading (B) Of the amount 17 available under made 18 heading, not to exceed $10,000,000 may be this 19 to, and merged with, funds made transferred 20 available by this Act under the heading "Emer- 21 gencies the Diplomatic and Consular Serv- in 22 to be available only for emergency evacu- ice", authorized. as and rewards, ations 23 C) Funds appropriated under this heading 24 ( 25 are available for acquisition by exchange or pur- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

629 SEN. APPRO. U :\20 l NF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 9CO 4 1 passenger motor vehicles as authorized chase of law pursuant to section llOS(g) of title and, by 2 examina- States Code, for the field United 31, 3 and activities in the United tion of 4 programs funded from any account contained in States 5 this title. 6 (D) appropriated under this head- Funds 7 ing that designated for Worldwide Security are 8 Protection 9 continue to be made available shall for support of security-related 10 at sites training 11 existence prior to the enactment of in Act. this 12 (7) CLARIFIC.ATION.-References to the "Diplo- 13 matic and Consular Programs" account in any pro- 14 vision law shall be construed to include the "Dip- of lomatic account in this Act and other 15 Programs" Acts making appropriations for the Department 16 of 17 foreign operations, and related programs. State, GAPIT .. AL INVESTMENT FUND 18 19 For necessary expenses of the Capital Investment 20 Fund, authorized, $92,770,000, to remain available as 21 expended. until OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 22 23 For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector 209(a)(l) 24 $90,829,000, notwithstanding section General, 25 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980 (22 U.S.C. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

630 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 5 1 it relates to post inspections: Provided, 3929(a)(l)), as of funds appropriated under this heading, 2 the That may remain available until September 30, 3 $13,624,000 4 2020. AND EXCHANGE PROGRAMS EDUCATIONAL CULTURAL 5 expenses 6 educational and cultural exchange For of remain as authorized, $700,946,000, to avail- programs, 7 until of which not less than $271,500,000 expended, 8 able and the Fulbright Program not less than for shall 9 be $111,860,000 shall 10 for Citizen Exchange Program: be 11 That fees or other payments received from, Provided) or in connection with, English teaching, educational advising 12 13 and counseling programs, and exchange visitor programs be credited to this account, to remain may 14 authorized as until expended: Provided further, That a portion available 15 Central the Fulbright awards from the Eurasia and of 16 regions shall be designated Asia Edmund S. Muskie 17 as Fellowships, following consultation with the Committees 18 Provided further, That any substantive Appropriations: 19 on the prior fiscal year to programs fund- 20 from modifications 21 ed by this Act under this heading shall be subject to prior and the regular notification procedures 22 with, consultation 23 of, the Committees on Appropriations. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

631 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 6 REPRESENTATION EXPENSES 1 For representation as authorized, 2 expenses $8,030,000. 3 4 MISSIONS AND OFFICIALS PROTECTION FOREIGN OF expenses, otherwise provided, to enable the For 5 not protective State to provide for extraordinary of Secretary 6 available $30,890,000, to remain as 7 authorized, services, 30, 2020. September until 8 EMBASSY SECURITY, CONSTRUCTION, AND 9 1\B.INTEN..ANCE 10 necessary expenses for carrying out the Foreign For U.S.C. Service of 1926 (22 Act 292 et seq.), Buildings 11 real for planning and repairing, preserving, 12 maintaining, property that are owned or leased by the 13 of Department 14 and renovating, in State, to funds otherwise avail- addition 15 able, the Harry S rrruman Building, $777,200,000, to re- 30, 2023, of which not to 16 main until September available exceed may be used for overseas representation 17 $25,000 expenses as authorized: Provided, That none of the funds 18 19 appropriated this paragraph shall be available for acqui- in 20 of furniture, furnishings, or generators for other de- sition 21 partments and agencies of the United States Government. 22 In for the costs of worldwide security up- addition, grades, acquisition, and construction as authorized, 23 24 $1,198,249,000, to remain available until expended: Pro- after 25 That not later than 45 days vided, enactment of this February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

632 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 7 1 Secretary of State shall submit to the Committees Act, the proposed allocation of funds made the Appropriations 2 on under this heading and the actual and antici- available 3 for sales or gifts proceeds all projects in fiscal of pated 4 year 5 2019. IN THE DIPLOMATIC 6 CONSULAR EMERGENCIES .AND 7 SER\~CE For 8 expenses to enable the Secretary of necessary to meet unforeseen emergencies arising in the Diplo- State 9 matic Consular Service, as authorized, $7,885,000, to 10 and remain available until expended, of which not to exceed 11 $1,000,000 be transferred to, and merged with, funds may 12 appropriated by this Act under the heading "Repatriation 13 14 Loans Program Account": Provided, That $800,000 of the 15 funds under this heading may not be obli- appropriated gated until 16 of State the before the Com- Secretary testifies mittees on Appropriations concerning the fiscal year 2020 17 budget request for the Department of State: Provided fur- 18 the 9 That the limitation of l previous proviso shall not ther, 20 apply if such funds are necessary for emergency evacu - related 21 the payment of rewards for information and ations 22 to international terrorism, narcotics related activities, 23 transnational organized crime, and war crimes as author- 24 ized section 36 of the State by Basic Authori- Department 1956 (22 U.S.C. 2708). 25 ties Act of February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

633 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 8 1 PROGRAM ACCOUNT REPATRIATION LOANS the 2 direct loans, $1,300,000, as author- cost For of ized: 3 of including the cost Provided, That costs, such in section 502 be as defined modifying such 4 shall loans, of Congressional Budget Act of the 4: Provided fur- 5 197 ther, That such funds 6 available to subsidize gross obli- are the principal amount of direct loans not to ex- for 7 gations ceed $5,686,032. 8 TO THE 9 INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN PA1.1\IENT .AMERICAN For necessary expenses to carry out 10 Taiwan Rela- the 11 Act (Public Law 96-8), $31,963,000. tions INTERNATIONAL CENTER, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF 12 13 COLUMBIA 14 Not exceed $1,806,600 shall be derived from fees to lease collected executive agencies for other or use of 15 from facilities at the International Center in accordance with 16 section the 17 International Center Act (Public Law 90- 4 of section 553), 18 addition, as authorized by and, 5 of such in 19 Act, $743,000, to be derived from the reserve authorized purposes 20 section, to be used for the such set out in by 21 that section. 22 PAYMENT TO THE FOREIGN SERVICE RETIRE:MENT AND 23 FUND DISABILITY 24 For payment to the Foreign Service Retirement and $158,900,000. 25 Fund, as authorized, Disability February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

634 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 9 1 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS TO INTERNATIONAL 2 CONTRIBUTIONS ORGANIZATIONS expenses, otherwise provided for, necessary not For 3 4 obligations of membership in international to meet annual organizations, 5 multilateral treaties to pursuant ratified to conven- advice and consent of the Senate, pursuant 6 the Pro- or specific Acts of Congress, $1,264,030,000: 7 tions, vided, That the 8 of State shall, at the time of Secretary 9 submission of the President's budget to Congress the under 1105(a) of title 31, United States Code, 10 section transmit to the Committees on Appropriations the most 11 12 recent budget prepared by the United Nations for biennial the operations of the United Nations: Provided further, 13 14 rrhat the Secretary of State shall notify the Committees 15 on at least 15 days in advance ( or in an Appropriations is emergency, in advance as far practicable) of any 16 as United Nations action to increase funding for any 17 United 18 program without identifying an offsetting de- Nations 19 elsewhere in the United Nations budget: Provided crease 20 further, That not later than May 1, 2019, and 30 days State 21 end of fiscal year 2019, the Secretary of the after 22 shall report to the Committees on Appropriations any 23 credits attributable to the United States, including from Tax Equalization Fund, and provide 24 United Nations the assessment updated fiscal year 2019 and fiscal year 2020 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

635 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 10 1 offsets from available credits and updated costs including currency rates: Provided further, That foreign 2 exchange such credits shall only be available for United States 3 any contributions assessed the United Nations regular 4 to budget, the Committees on Appropriations shall be 5 and notified when such credits are applied to any assessed con- 6 any payment of arrearages: Provided 7 tribution, including further, That notification regarding funds appro- 8 any or priated made available under this heading in otherwise 9 this Act or prior Acts making 10 for the De- appropriations 11 of State, foreign operations, and related pro- partment 12 grams submitted to section pursuant of this Act, sec- 7015 13 tion 34 of the State Department Basic Authorities Act 14 of U.S.C. 2706), or any operating plan sub- 1956 (22 pursuant this section 7070 of mitted Act, shall include 15 to estimate of all known credits currently attributable to 16 an the United States and provide updated assessment costs 17 including from available credits and updated for- offsets 18 eign currency exchange rates: Provided further, That any 19 under this heading shall be directed of arrearages 20 payment United 21 that are mutually agreed upon by the activities to 22 States and the respective international organization and 23 shall be subject to the regular notification procedures of Committees on Appropriations: Provided further, That the 24 25 none of the funds appropriated under this heading shall February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

636 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 11 States contribution to an inter- 1 be for a United available United States share of inter- the organization 2 for national made known to costs 3 est States Government the United 4 such by loans incurred on or after Octo- for organization 1, 1984, through external borrowings. ber 5 CONTRIBUTIONS 6 INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING FOR 7 ACTIVITIES 8 necessary expenses to pay assessed and other ex- For 9 of international peacekeeping activities directed to penses the or restoration of international peace and 10 maintenance security, $562,344,000, of which 15 percent shall remain 11 available until September 30, 2020: Provided, That none 12 this of funds made available by 13 Act shall be obligated the 14 or expended for any new or expanded United Nations 15 peacekeeping unless, at least 15 days in advance mission of voting such mission 16 for United Nations Security in the Council ( or in. an emergency as far in advance as is prac- 17 ticable), 18 Committees on Appropriations are notified of: the the (1) 19 cost and duration of the mission, the estimated 20 objectives of the mission, the national interest that will of 21 and the exit strategy; and (2) the sources served, be any reprogrammings or transfers, that 22 funds, including 23 will be used to pay the cost of the new or expanded mis- in the estimated cost and future fiscal years: Pro- 24 sion, 25 vided further, That none of the funds appropriated under February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

637 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 12 1 may be made available for obligation unless this heading 2 Secretary certifies and reports to the Commit- of State the Appropriations on a peacekeeping mission-by-mis- on 3 tees basis 4 sion United Nations is implementing effec- that the policies United procedures to prevent tive Nations em- and 5 contractor personnel, and peacekeeping troops ployees, 6 serving 7 such mission from trafficking in in ex- persons, ploiting victims trafficking, or committing acts of sexual 8 of exploitation abuse or other violations of human rights, 9 and and to hold accountable 10 who engage in such individuals 11 while participating in such mission, including pros- acts ecution in their home countries and making information 12 13 about such prosecutions publicly available on the website 14 of United Nations: Provided further, That the Sec- the retary of shall work with the United Nations and State 15 governments contributing peacekeeping troops to foreign 16 implement effective vetting procedures 17 ensure that such to 18 have not violated human rights: Provided further, troops That funds shall be available for peacekeeping expenses 19 United that the Secretary of State determines unless 20 States given and suppliers are not being 21 manufacturers and material opportunities to provide equipment, services, 22 23 for United Nations peacekeeping activities equal to those 24 given to foreign manufacturers being and suppliers: Pro- 25 vided further, That none of the funds appropriated or oth- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

638 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 13 1 available under this heading may be used for erwise made 2 United mission that will involve Nations any peacekeeping oper- Armed under the command or States Forces United 3 the President's a foreign national, 4 ational control of unless military have submitted to the President a rec- 5 advisors ommendation such involvement is in the national in- 6 that terest of the United States and the President has sub- 7 8 to Congress a recommendation: Provided fur- mitted such 2019, That later ther, May 1, not and 30 days after 9 than the end of fiscal 10 2019, the Secretary of State shall year 11 to the Committees on Appropriations any credits report attributable to the United States, including those resulting 12 13 from United Nations peacekeeping missions or the United 14 Nations Equalization Fund, and provide updated fis- Tax cal year and fiscal year 2020 assessment costs in- 2019 15 offsets from available credits: Provided further, eluding 16 That any such credits 17 only be available for United shall 18 assessed contributions to United Nations peace- States keeping missions, and the Committees on Appropriations 19 20 shall be notified when such credits are applied to any as- sessed including any payment of arrearages: 21 contribution, Provided further, That any notification regarding funds 22 23 appropriated or otherwise made available under this head- prior ing this Act or in Acts making appropriations for 24 related the Department of State, foreign operations, and 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

639 SEN. APPRO. U :\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.x:ml 14 1 pursuant to section 7015 of this Act, programs submitted 34 the State Department Basic Authorities Act of section 2 1956 (22 U.S.C. 2706), or any 3 plan sub- of operating mitted to section 7070 of pursuant Act, shall include this 4 an estimate of all known credits currently to attributable 5 6 the and provide updated assessment costs, United States offsets from available credits: 7 including Provided further, That any payment of arrearages with 8 appropriated funds notification this Act shall be subject to the regular by pro- 9 10 cedures of the Committees on Appropriations: Provided 11 further, That the Secretary of State shall work with the 12 United and members of the United Nations Secu- Nations peacekeeping rity evaluate and prioritize to mis- 13 Council sions, 14 to consider a draw down when mission and goals 15 been substantially achieved. have INTERNATIONAL 16 COMMISSIONS For necessary 17 not otherwise provided for, expenses, 18 to meet obligations of the United States arising under 19 treaties, specific Acts of Congress, as follows: or 20 INTERNATIONAL AND WATER COMMISSION, BOUNDARY UNITED STATES AND l\IEXICO 21 22 For necessary expenses for the United States Section 23 the International Boundary and Water Commission, of 24 United States and Mexico, and to comply with laws appli- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

640 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 15 1 cable to States the not to exceed Section, United including representation expenses; as follows: 2 for $6,000 EXPENSES AND 3 SALARIES salaries 4 expenses, not otherwise provided for, For and $48,134,000. 5 6 CONSTRUCTION and plan 7 For construction of au- detailed preparation thorized projects, $29,400,000, 8 remain available until to as authorized. 9 expended, AMERICAN 10 COMMISSIONS SECTIONS, INTERNATIONAL necessary For not otherwise provided, for 11 expenses, the International Joint Commission and the International 12 13 Commission, United States and Canada, as au- Boundary by treaties between the United States and Can- 14 thorized 15 ada or Great Britain, and the Border Environment Co- 16 operation as authorized by the North Amer- Commission ican Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Public 17 Free Law 103-182), $13,258,000: Provided, That of the 18 amount provided under this heading for the International 19 20 Commission, up to $500,000 may remain available Joint 21 until September 30, 2020, and $9,000 may be made avail- Provided further, That 22 for representation expenses: able 23 of the amount provided under this heading for the Inter- 24 Boundary Commission, $1,000 may be made national 25 available for representation expenses. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

641 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 16 1 COMMISSIONS INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES necessary 2 international fisheries expenses For for by otherwise not for, as authorized commissions, 3 provided $50,651,000: Provided, 4 the United States share law, That of expenses 5 such advanced be the respective com- may to United pursuant to section 3324 of title 31, missions 6 7 Code. States AGENCY RELATED 8 BO.ARD GOVERNORS BROADCASTING 9 OF BROADCASTING OPERATIONS 10 INTERNATIONAL necessary expenses to enable the Broadcasting 11 For Board of out (BEG), as authorized, to carry Governors 12 international activities, and to make and 13 communication 14 grants for radio, Internet, and television broad- supervise 15 casting to the Middle East, $798,196,000: Provided, That 16 in to amounts otherwise available for such pur- addition poses, to $34,508,000 of the amount appropriated 17 up under this heading may remain available until expended 18 19 for transmissions satellite Internet programs, and freedom than $13,800,000 shall be for Internet not 20 of which less 21 freedom programs: Provided further, That of the total 22 amount appropriated this not to exceed under heading, $35,000 23 be used for representation expenses, of may 24 which $10,000 may be used for such expenses within the to States as authorized, and not exceed $30,000 25 United February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

642 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 17 1 used for representation expenses of Radio Free may be Liberty: further, That the BEG Europe/Radio 2 Provided notify the Committees on Appropriations within 15 3 shall its of determination by the BEG that any of any days 4 5 broadcast entities, including its grantee organizations, provides an open platform for international terrorists 6 or in viola- support international terrorism, or is 7 who those tion 8 of and standards the forth in sub- principles set United the and (b) of section 303 of States (a) 9 sections International 6202) Act of 1994 (22 U.S.C. 10 Broadcasting 11 the entity's journalistic code of ethics: Provided further, or 12 That significant modifications to BEG broadcast hours 13 previously to Congress, including changes to justified transmission platforms medium wave, sat- 14 (shortwave, Internet, ellite, television), for all BEG language serv- 15 and ices shall be subject to the 16 notification procedures regular 17 the Committees on Appropriations: Provided further, of made That addition to funds 18 available under this head- in 19 ing, and notwithstanding any other provision of law, up 20 to in receipts from advertising and revenue $5,000,000 21 business ventures, up to $500,000 in receipts from from to up and organizations, 22 cooperating international $1,000,000 in receipts from privatization efforts of the 23 and the International Broadcasting Bu- Voice of America 24 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

643 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 18 1 remain available until expended for carry:mg reau, shall authorized out 2 purposes. 3 BROADCASTING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS the purchase, rent, construction, repair, preser- 4 For and improvement of facilities for radio, television, 5 vation, and transmission and reception; the purchase, rent, 6 digital and installation of tele- equipment for radio, necessary 7 and transmission and reception, including digital 8 vision, to as authorized; and physical security worldwide, 9 Cuba, in addition to amounts pur- available for such otherwise 10 as poses, to remain available until 11 $9,700,000, expended, 12 authorized. 13 RELATED PROGRAMS 14 THE ASIA FOUNDATION 15 For grant to The Asia Foundation, as authorized a .B-ioundation Act (22 U.S.C. 4402), by Asia 16 The $17,000,000, to remain available until expended: Pro- 17 vided, That funds appropriated under this heading shall 18 19 apportioned and obligated to the Foundation not later be 20 than 60 days after enactment of this Act. 21 UNITED INSTITUTE OF PEACE STATES .B...,or 22 expenses of the United States Institute necessary 23 of Peace, as authorized by the United States Institute of $38,634,000, 24 Act (22 U.S.C. 4601 et seq.), Peace to re- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

644 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 19 1 until September 30, 2020, which shall not main available used for activities. 2 be construction FOR EASTERN-WESTERN DIALOGUE CENTER 3 MIDDLE FUND 4 TRUST necessary expenses of the Center for Middle 5 For Dialogue Trust Fund, as authorized by 6 Eastern-Western section 633 of the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and 7 8 State, Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations the amount Act, U.S.C. 2078), the total (22 of the inter- 2004 9 Sep- and earnings accruing to such Fund on or before est 10 tember 30, 2019, to remain available until expended. 11 EISENHOWER EXCILillGE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 12 For 13 expenses of Eisenhower Exchange Fel- necessary 14 lowships, Incorporated, as authorized by sections 4 and 15 5 Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Act of 1990 (20 of the 5204-5205), interest U.S.C. and earnings accruing to 16 all Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Program Trust 17 the Fund on or before September 30, 2019, to remain avail- 18 funds able expended: Provided, That none of the until ap- 19 pay any salary or other used to 20 propriated herein shall be 21 compensation, to enter into any contract providing for or rate authorized by of excess payment the 22 thereof, in the 23 section 5376 of title 5, United States Code; or for pur- section 24 which are not in accordance with poses 200 of title February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

645 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 20 1 2 Code of Federal Regulations, including the re- of the on compensation personal services. 2 strictions for SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAJ.\1 ISRAELI 3 ARAB necessary expenses of the Israeli Arab Scholar- 4 For Program, ship authorized 5 as 214 the Foreign section of by Authorization 6 Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 Relations Act, (22 7 2452 note), all interest and earnings accruing U.S.C. 8 to Israeli Arab Fund on or before Sep- the Scholarship expended. 30, to remain available until 2019, tember 9 10 EAST-WEST CENTER 11 enable the Secretary of State to provide for car- To the and the provisions of Cultural Center for rying out 12 13 Technical Interchange Between East and West Act of 1960, to the Center for Cultural and Technical by grant 14 Between West and Interchange in the State of Ha- East 15 $16,700,000: Provided, That funds appropriated waii, 16 under this heading shall be apportioned and obligated to 17 18 the not later than 60 days after enactment of this Center Act. 19 NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY 20 For the made by the Department of State to grants 21 as authorized by the 22 for Democracy, National Endowment National Endowment for Democracy Act (22 U.S.C. 23 24 4412), $180,000,000, to remain available until expended, in 25 which $117,500,000 shall be allocated of the traditional February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

646 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 21 and manner, including for the core institutes, customary 1 $62,500,000 be for democracy programs: Pro- and shall 2 That the requirements of section 7070(a) 3 this vided, of Act not apply to funds shall available 4 made this under heading: Provided 5 That funds appropriated under further, 6 heading shall be apportioned and obligated to the En- this dowment enactment later than 60 days after 7 of this not Act. 8 OTHER COMMISSIONS 9 OF FOR 10 PRESERVATION COMMISSION AMERICA'S THE 11 HERITAGE ABROAD 12 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 13 For expenses for the Commission for the necessary Preservation America's Heritage Abroad, $675,000, as 14 of authorized by chapter 3123 of title 54, United States 15 Code: 16 That the Commission may procure tem- Provided, porary, intermittent, and other services notwithstanding 17 18 paragraph (3) of section 312304(b) of such chapter: Pro- 19 further, That such authority shall terminate on Oc- vided 20 tober 1, 2019: Provided further, That the Commission 21 notify the Committees on Appropriations prior to ex- shall 22 ercising such authority. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

647 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 22 1 COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL UNITED STATES FREEDOM RELIGIOUS 2 SALARIES "'illD EXPENSES 3 necessary expenses for the United States Com- 4 For mission on Religious Freedom (USCIRF), 5 International authorized as title II of the International Religious 6 by Freedom Act of 1998 (22 U.S.C. 6431 seq.), et 7 $4,500,000, to available until September 30, 2020, 8 remain including more than $4,000 for representation ex- 9 not penses: Provided, That prior 10 the obligation of to 11 of the funds appropriated under this heading, $1,000,000 the Commission shall consult with the appropriate con- 12 13 gressional committees on the steps taken to implement the 14 recommendations the Independent Review of USCIRF of Mission that was conducted pursuant to the 15 Effectiveness United States Commission on International Religious 16 Freedom Act 17 of 2015 (Public Law 114- Reauthorization subject 71), such funds shall be 18 to the regular notifi- and 19 cation procedures of the Committees on Appropriations. 20 COMMISSION SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN ON EUROPE 21 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 22 For 23 expenses of the Commission on Secu- necessary Public rity and Cooperation in Europe, as authorized by 24 seq.), Law 94-304 (22 U.S.C. 3001 et 25 $2,579,000, includ- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

648 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 23 1 more than $4,000 for representation expenses, to ing not 30, 2020. until September available remain 2 COMMISSION ON THE CONGRESSIONAL- 3 EXECUTIVE REPUBLIC OF CHINA 4 PEOPLE'S AND 5 SALARIES EXPENSES necessary the of For Congressional-Execu- expenses 6 Commission on tive 7 People's Republic of China, as au- the title III of the U.S.-China Relations Act of by thorized 8 2000 U.S.C. 6911 et seq.), $2,000,000, including not (22 9 remain than $3,000 for representation expenses, to more 10 available until September 30, 2020. 11 UNITED ECONOl\IIC 12 A1"\JD SECURITY STATES-CHINA 13 COMMISSION REVIEW 14 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 15 For necessary expenses of the United States-China Security Review Commission, as authorized and 16 Economic D. by of the Floyd 1238 Spence National Defense 17 section Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001 (22 U.S.C. 18 7002), 19 including not more than $4,000 for represen- $3,500,000, tation expenses, to remain available until September 30, 20 21 2020: Provided, That the authorities, requirements, limi- 22 tations, conditions contained in the second through and sixth provisos under this heading in the Department of 23 and Related Programs Appro- 24 State, Foreign Operations, 25 Act, priations 2010 (division F of Public Law 111-117) February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

649 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 24 and in effect during fiscal year 2019 continue shall 1 shall apply to funds appropriated 2 this heading under if in- as 3 eluded this in Act. WESTERN HEMISPHERE DRUG 4 COMMISSION POLICY 5 SALARIES AND EXPENSES 6 For necessary expenses of the Western Hemisphere title Drug Commission, as authorized by Policy VI of the 7 8 Department of State Authorities Act, Fiscal Year 2017 Law 114-323), $1,500,000 to remain available 9 (Public 10 until September 30, 2020. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

650 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 25 1 TITLE II S'l1ATES 2 INTERNATIONAL AGENCY UNITED FOR 3 DEVELOPMENT FUNDS THE PRESIDENT APPROPRIATED TO 4 EXPENSES OPERATING 5 necessary expenses to carry out the 6 For provisions of 7 section the Assistance Act of 1961, of Foreign 667 8 which up to $182,221,000 may remain $1,214,808,000, of available until September 30, 9 Provided, That none 2020: 10 the funds appropriated under this heading and under of the "Capital Investment Fund" in this title may 11 heading be made available to finance the construction (including 12 13 architect engineering services), purchase, or long-term and the offices for for use by of United States Agency 14 lease 15 International Development, unless the USAID Adminis- trator identified such proposed use of funds in a re- has 16 port to the Committees on Appropriations at 17 submitted least 15 days prior to the obligation of funds for such 18 pur- Provided further, That contracts or agreements en- 19 poses: into with funds appropriated under this heading may tered 20 21 entail commitments for the expenditure of such funds through following fiscal year: Provided further, That the 22 and the of sections 610 23 109 of the Foreign As- authority Secretary the by exercised 19 61 may be of sistance 24 Act 25 of State to transfer funds appropriated to carry out chap- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

651 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 26 1 of part I of such Act to "Operating Expenses" in ter 1 provisions of those sections: Provided the with accordance 2 That of the funds appropriated or made available 3 further, under this not to exceed $250,000 may be avail- heading, 4 able for representation and entertainment expenses, of 5 which not 6 exceed $5,000 may be available for entertain- to ? expenses, and not to exceed $100,500 shall be for ment official expenses, for USAID during 8 residence the current fiscal year. 9 CAPITAL FUND 10 INVESTMENT For necessary expenses for overseas construction 11 and 12 related costs, and for the procurement and enhancement 13 of information technology and related capital investments, 14 pursuant section 667 of the Foreign Assistance Act of to 1961, to remain available until expended: 15 $225,000,000, Provided, That this amount is in addition to funds other- 16 wise 17 for such purposes: Provided further, That available 18 appropriated under this heading shall be available funds 19 subject to the regular notification procedures of the Com- 20 mittees Appropriations. on OFFICE INSPECTOR GENERAL 21 OF For necessary 22 to carry out the provisions expenses 1961, of section 667 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 23 up to $11,490,000 may remain $76,600,000, of which 24 25 available until September 30, 2020, for the Office of In- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

652 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml APPRO. SEN. 27 1 spector General of the United States Agency for Inter- 2 national Development. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

653 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 28 1 TITLE III ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE BILATERAL 2 TO PRESIDENT 3 THE APPROPRL\TED FUNDS expenses 4 enable the President to For necessary to out the carry of the Foreign Assistance Act of provisions 5 and for other purposes, as 1961, follows: 6 GLOBAL HEALTH PROGRAl\IS 7 For necessary expenses to carry 8 the provisions out 1 and 10 of part I of the Foreign Assistance chapters 9 of activities, for global health 1961, in addition to Act 10 of funds otherwise available for such purposes, 11 $3,117,450,000, remain available until September 30, to 12 2020, 13 which shall be apportioned directly to the and 14 United States Agency for International Development: Pro- l 5 That this amount shall be made available for train- vided, and technical assistance to build the ca- ing, 16 equipment, pacity of public health institutions and organizations in 17 18 developing and for such activities as: (1) child countries, and maternal health programs; (2) immunization survival 19 20 and oral rehydration programs; (3) other health, nutrition, 21 water sanitation programs which directly address the and 22 of mothers and children, and related education pro- needs 23 grams; ( 4) assistance for children displaced or orphaned (5) by other than AIDS; causes programs for the preven- 24 25 tion, treatment, control of, and research on HIV/ AIDS, February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

654 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 29 tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases polio, 1 malaria, tropical neglected 2 including diseases, and for assistance to including AIDS, HIV/ by affected severely communities 3 by AIDS; (6) disaster pre- 4 affected children infected or paredness for health crises; (7) programs to pre- 5 training prepare for, and respond to, unanticipated and 6 vent, emerging global health threats; and (8) family planning/ 7 reproductive 8 health: That appro- further, Provided funds under this paragraph may be made available priated for 9 States contribution to the GA VI Alliance: Pro- a United 10 vided further, That none of the funds made available in l l this nor any unobligated balances from prior appro- Act 12 priations Acts may be made available to any organization 13 the President of the as determined by 14 or program which, 15 United supports or participates in the manage- States, ment a program of coercive abortion or involuntary 16 of sterilization: Provided further, That any determination 17 made the 18 previous proviso must be made not later under of 19 after the date 6 months enactment of this Act, than uti- and must be accompanied by the evidence and criteria 20 21 to make the determination: Provided further, That lized under none the funds made available 22 this Act may be of a method as abortion pay for the performance of to used 23 of planning 24 family to or or coerce any person motivate 25 to practice abortions: Provided further, That nothing in February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

655 SEN. APPRO. U: \2019CO PS.:io:nl NF\DivF-SFO 30 1 this be shall alter any existing construed paragraph to prohibitions abortion under section 104 statutory against 2 the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961: Provided further, 3 of none 4 the funds made available under this Act may That of against used lobby for or to abortion: Provided further, 5 be That in order to reduce reliance on abortion in 6 developing 7 funds shall be available only to voluntary family nations, or through planning either directly projects offer, 8 which to, to, information about access referral a broad range 9 or of family planning methods 10 services, and that any and such the family planning project shall meet 11 fol- voluntary 1) service providers or referral lowing requirements: ( 12 13 agents in the project shall not implement or be subject number of 14 numerical targets, of total to other quotas, or number acceptors, family planning births, or acceptors 15 of of 16 a particular method of family planning ( this provision shall not be construed to include the use of quantitative 17 estimates indicators for budgeting and planning pur- 18 or incen- of the project shall not include payment (2) poses); 19 or financial reward to: (A) an indi- gratuities, 20 tives, bribes, 21 vidual exchange for becoming a family planning accep- in or (B) program personnel for achieving a numerical 22 tor; 23 target or quota of total number of births, number of fam- particular method 24 planning acceptors, or acceptors of a ily 25 of family planning; (3) the project shall not deny any right February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

656 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 31 1 including or benefit, of the participate in access right to of of program or the right general access to any 2 welfare care, as a consequence of 3 individual's decision health any not accept family planning services; ( 4) the project to shall 4 5 provide family planning acceptors comprehensible infor- mation on the health benefits and risks of the method cho- 6 that might render the use 7 conditions sen, those including of the inadvisable and those adverse side effects 8 method of to consequent to the use known the method; and 9 be (5) the project shall 10 that experimental contracep- ensure 11 drugs and devices and medical procedures are pro- tive a 12 in the context of only scientific study in which vided 13 participants are advised of potential risks and benefits; than 60 days after the date on which the 14 less and, not USAID Administrator that there has been a 15 determines the requirements contained in paragraph (1), violation 16 of (2), (3), or (5) of this proviso, or 17 pattern or practice a 18 violations of the requirements contained in paragraph of Administrator ( of this proviso, the 19 shall submit to the 4) 20 Committees on Appropriations a report containing a de- 21 scription such violation and the corrective action taken of 22 the Agency: Provided further, That in awarding grants by 23 for natural family planning under section 104 of the For- applicant 24 Act of 1961 no Assistance shall be discrimi- eign 25 nated against because of such applicant's religious or con- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

657 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 32 1 to offer only natural family plan- scientious commitment and, all such applicants shall comply 2 additionally, ning; the requirements of the previous proviso: Provided with 3 4 for purposes of this or any other Act author- further, That or appropriating funds for the Department of State, izing 5 foreign operations, and related programs, the term "moti- 6 it relates to family planning assistance, shall not as 7 vate", be construed prohibit the provision, consistent with 8 to local of information or counseling about all pregnancy 9 law, provided Provided further, That information options: 10 about activities use of condoms as part of projects or 11 the that are funded from amounts appropriated by this Act 12 13 shall be medically accurate and shall include the public and failure rates of such use. 14 health benefits In addition, necessary expenses to carry out the 15 for of the Foreign Assistance Act of 16 provisions 61 for the 19 prevention, treatment, and control of, and research on, 17 HIV/AIDS, remain to 18 available until $5,720,000,000, September 19 2023, which shall be apportioned directly 30, appro- funds the Department of State: Provided, That to 20 priated this paragraph may be made available, not- 21 under 22 any withstanding other provision of law, except for the 23 United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuber- 24 and Malaria Act of 2003 (Public Law 108-25), culosis, 25 for a United States contribution to the Global Fund to February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

658 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 33 Fight Tuberculosis and Malaria ( Global Fund), AIDS, 1 to shall at the minimum rate necessary expended and 2 be activities: Provided and projects 3 make timely payment for That further, amount of such contribution should be 4 the Provided further, That clauses (i) and 5 $1,350,000,000: (vi) of section 202(d)(4)(A) of the United States Leader- 6 and Malaria Act ship 7 HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Against be of U.S.C. 7622) shall (22 applied with respect 8 2003 to such funds made available for fiscal years 2015 through 9 substituting "2004" for "2009": Provided fur- by 2019 10 aggregate ther, up to l l percent of the That amount of 5 12 funds made available to the Global Fund in fiscal year 13 2019 be made available to USAID for technical as- may Fund, sub- the activities of to Global sistance the 14 related ject to the regular notification procedures of the Commit- 15 Provided further, That of the tees 16 Appropriations: on funds paragraph, under this 17 up to appropriated 18 may be made available, in addition to $17,000,000 19 amounts otherwise available for such purposes, for admin- States Global the Office of the United of 20 expenses istrative AIDS Coordinator. 21 DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE 22 the For expenses to carry out necessary provisions 23 and sections 251 through 105, 106, 214, 24 of sections 103, the 25 and chapter 10 of part I of 255, Foreign Assistance February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

659 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 34 1961, $3,000,000,000, to remam available until of 1 Act 30, September 2 2020. 3 INTERNATIONAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE necessary expenses to carry out the provisions 4 For for the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 section of of 5 491 international disaster relief, rehabilitation, 6 and recon- struction assistance, $3,801,034,000, 7 remain available to Provided, That such funds shall be appor- expended: 8 until the United States Agency for International De- tioned 9 to velopment not later than 60 days after enactment l O this of 11 Act. TRANSITION 12 INITL'\.TIVES For necessary expenses 13 international disaster re- for 14 habilitation and reconstruction assistance administered by 15 the of Transition Initiatives, United States Agency Office pursuant to section 491 of for Development, 16 International the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, $30,000,000, to re- 17 18 main until expended, to support transition to de- available mocracy 19 and long-term development of countries in crisis: de- Provided, That such support may include assistance to 20 21 strengthen, or preserve democratic institutions and velop, processes, revitalize basic infrastructure, and foster the 22 23 peaceful resolution of conflict: Provided further, That the Com- 24 shall submit a report to the Administrator USAID at least 5 days prior to begin- on Appropriations 25 mittees February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

660 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 35 1 program of assistance: Provided further, That ning a new it the State determines that of is important if 2 Secretary the national interest of the United States to provide 3 to assistance transition 4 of amount appropriated in the excess 5 heading, up under $15,000,000 of the funds appro- this to 6 by this Act to carry out priated provisions of part I the may be used for Act of 19 61 7 the Foreign Assistance of purposes this heading 8 of and under the authorities appli- cable to funds appropriated under this heading: Provided 9 further, That funds made available pursuant to the pre- 10 available 11 shall be made proviso subject to prior con- vious 12 sultation with the Committees on Appropriations. 13 COMPLEX FUND CRISES For necessary to carry out the provisions 14 expenses to the of Act of 1961 Foreign support pro- 15 Assistance grams 16 activities administered by the United States and 17 Agency International Development to prevent or re- for spond foreign emerging or unforeseen 18 challenges and to remain complex overseas, $30,000,000, to 19 available crises 20 until expended: Provided, That funds appropriated under 21 this may be made available on such terms and heading conditions as are appropriate and necessary for the pur- 22 23 poses of preventing or responding to such challenges and shall 24 that no funds except be made available for crises, 25 lethal assistance or to respond to natural disasters: Pro- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

661 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 36 I That funds appropriated under this heading vided further, be made notwithstanding any other provi- may available 2 of law, except sections 3 sion and 7018 of this 7007, 7008, Act 4 620M of the Foreign Assistance Act of section and Provided further, That funds appropriated under 1961: 5 this heading may be used for administrative expenses, in 6 7 addition funds otherwise available for such purposes, to that expenses may not exceed 5 percent of such 8 except under this heading: Provided fur- funds appropriated 9 the ther, That funds appropriated under IO heading shall be this 11 to USAID not later than 60 days after enact- apportioned ment of this Act: Provided further, That funds appro- 12 13 priated under this heading shall be subject to the regular 14 notification of procedures Committees on the Appropria- except such notifications shall be transmitted tions, that 15 16 5 days prior to the obligation of funds. at least DEVELOPMENT 17 AUTHORITY CREDI'r 18 the cost of direct loans and loan guarantees pro- For vided by the United States Agency for International De- 19 the of 635 and 256 sections by as velopment, 20 authorized Foreign $55,000,000 Act of 1961, up to 21 may Assistance funds 22 by transfer from derived appropriated by this Act be heading the carry out part I of such Act and under to 23 and Central Asia'': Pro- Eurasia ''Assistance for Europe, 24 25 vided, That funds provided under this paragraph and February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

662 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 37 1 as a gift that are used for purposes of this funds provided pursuant section 635(d) of the Foreign As- paragraph to 2 Act of 19 61 shall be made available only for 3 sistance 4 micro- enterprise programs, urban programs, and small other and which further the purposes of part programs 5 of such Act: Provided further, That funds provided 6 I as 7 a that are used for purposes of this paragraph shall gift be subject prior consultation with, and the regular noti- to 8 procedures of, the Committees on Appropriations: fication 9 Provided further, That such costs, 10 the cost of including 11 such direct and guaranteed loans, shall be as modifying defined in section 502 of the Congressional Budget Act 12 13 of 197 4, as amended: Provided further, That funds made 14 available this paragraph may be used for the cost of by modifying any guaranteed loans under this Act or 15 such Acts making appropriations for the Department of 16 prior State, foreign operations, and related programs, 17 funds and 18 for such cost, including if the cost results in used a nega- 19 subsidy, shall be tive to the regular notification subject 20 procedures of the Committees Appropriations: Provided on further, 107A(d) the provisions of section 21 (relating That the Development Credit 22 general provisions applicable to to 23 Authority) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as con- 24 tained section 306 of H.R. in as reported by the 1486 25 House Committee on International Relations on May 9, February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

663 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 38 1 be applicable to direct loans and loan guaran- 1997, shall tees provided heading, except that the principal this 2 under under this heading guaranteed 3 amount of loans made or not exceed respect single country shall with any 4 to Provided further, That these funds are 5 $300,000,000: available to subsidize total loan principal, any 6 of portion 7 is to be guaranteed, of up to $1,750,000,000. which In addition, administrative expenses to carry out 8 for programs administered by USAID, $10,000,000, 9 credit which may be transferred to, and merged 10 funds with, 11 available under the heading "Operating Expenses" made Provided, in II of this Act: 12 That funds made available title 13 under this heading shall remain available until September 14 30, Provided further, That of the funds appro- 2021: priated under paragraph in this Act and prior Acts 15 this the Department of State, for- appropriations for 16 making eign operations, and related 17 for administrative programs 18 to carry out credit programs administered by expenses be 19 to $1,000,000 may up made available for lim- USAID, 20 ited transition costs associated with the implementation of 1463 of the Better Utilization of Investments 21 section 22 to Development (BUILD) Act of 2018 (division Leading 1 .F Provided of Public Law 115-254): 23 further, That prior funds initial obligation of the made available for such 24 to 25 transition costs, the USAID Administrator shall submit February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

664 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 39 1 to the Committees on Appropriations for the a spend plan of funds: Provided further, That funds made use 2 such for such transition costs shall be subject to the 3 available of the Committees on Ap- notification regular 4 procedures available and not be made re- until the may propriations, 5 of by 1462(a) the section required plan 6 organization BUILD Act 2018 is transmitted to Congress. 7 of SUPPORT ECONOMIC FUND 8 necessary expenses 9 carry out the provisions For to of chapter 10 part II of the Foreign Assistance Act of 4 of 11 $2,545,525,000, to remain available until Sep- 1961, tember 30, 2020. 12 13 DEMOCRACY FUND 14 For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions 15 of Foreign Assistance Act of 19 61 for the promotion the of democracy including to carry out the purposes 16 globally, of section 502(b)(3) and (5) of Public Law 98-164 (22 17 U.S.C. 18 $157,700,000, to remain available until 4411), be September 2020, which shall 19 made available for the 30, 20 Human Rights and Democracy Fund of the Bureau of De- 21 mocracy, Rights, and Labor, Department of Human 22 Provided, That funds appropriated under this head- State: 23 ing that are made available to the National Endowment institutes and its core are in addition to 24 Democracy for 25 amounts otherwise available by this Act for such purposes: February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

665 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 40 Provided That the Assistant Secretary for Democ- further, 1 Human and Labor, Department of State, Rights, racy, 2 consult with the Committees on Appropriations prior 3 shall the obligation of funds appropriated under this para- to 4 5 graph. an additional amount for such purposes, For 6 $69,500,000, to remain available until 7 30, September Bureau for shall be made available for the 8 which 2020, Humanitarian Assistance, and Democracy, 9 Conflict, United 10 Agency for International Development. States ASSISTANCE FOR EUROPE, EURASIA AND CENTRAL ASIA 11 For 12 expenses to carry out the provisions necessary 13 the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, the FREEDOM of 14 Support Act (Public Law 102-511), and the Support for 15 Eastern (SEED) Act of 1989 (Pub- European Democracy Law lie 16 to remain available until $760,334,000, 101-179), September 2020, which shall be available, notwith- 17 30, standing any other provision of law, except section 704 7 18 programs of Act, for assistance and related this for coun- 19 Law 102-511 (22 in section 3 of Public 20 tries identified 21 U.S.C. and section 3(c) of Public Law 101-179 (22 5801) in addition to funds otherwise available for U.S.C. 5402), 22 23 such purposes: Provided, That funds appropriated by this under the headings "Global Health Programs", "Eco- 24 Act Con- Narcotics Support Fund", and "International nomic 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

666 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 41 1 Law Enforcement" that are made available for trol and for countries shall be administered assistance 2 such in ac- with the responsibilities of the coordinator des- 3 cordance pursuant section 102 of Public Law 102-511 to 4 ignated and 601 of Public Law 101-179: Provided further, 5 section That funds appropriated under this 6 shall be con- heading under the Foreign .As- assistance 7 to be economic sidered available sistance 19 61 for purposes of making of the 8 Act that Act for the 9 administrative authorities contained in use 10 economic assistance: Provided further, That any no- of 11 of funds made available under this heading in tification 12 this Act or prior Acts making appropriations for the De- 13 partment State, foreign operations and related pro- of on grams information (if known include the date of 14 shall transmittal of such notification) on the use of notwith- 15 standing further, Provided 16 That if subsequent authority: to it notification of assistance 17 becomes necessary to the rely on notwithstanding authority, the Committees on Ap- 18 19 propriations should be informed at the earliest opportunity and extent practicable. to the 20 OF DEPARTMENT 21 STATE 22 MIGRATION AND REFUGEE ASSISTANCE For necessary expenses not otherwise provided for, 23 State to carry out the provisions 24 to enable the Secretary of Migration 25 section 2(a) and (b) of the of and Refugee As- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

667 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 42 1 of 1962, and other activities to meet refugee sistance Act migration salaries and expenses of personnel and needs; 2 dependents as authorized by the and Service Act Foreign 3 by sections 5921 of 4 1980; allowances as .authorized purchase Code; States and title United of 5925 through 5 5, hire passenger motor vehicles; and services as author- of 6 Code, by section 3109 of title 5, United States ized 7 $2,027,876,000, to remain available until expended, of 8 which 9 less than $35,000,000 shall be made available not to respond to small-scale emergency humanitarian require- 10 11 ments, and $5,000,000 shall be made available for refu- 12 gees in Israel. resettling UNITED EMERGENCY REFUGEE AND MIGRATION 13 STATES 14 ASSISTANCE FUND For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions 15 16 of 2(c) of the Migration and Refugee Assistance section Act of 1962, as amended (22 U.S.C. 2601(c)), 17 18 $1,000,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, 19 That in excess of the limitation contained in amounts shall paragraph of such section (2) be transferred to, and 20 21 merged with, funds made available by this Act under the 22 heading "Migration and Refugee Assistance". February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

668 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 43 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES 1 CORPS PEACE 2 3 (INCLUDING OF FUNDS) TRANSFER necessary to carry out the provisions 4 expenses For the Peace Corps Act (22 U.S.C. 2501 et seq.), including 5 of of not to exceed purchase passenger motor vehicles the five 6 administrative purposes for use outside of for 7 the United the $410,500,000, of which $6,000,000 is Of- for States, 8 until Sep- fice to remain available of General, 9 Inspector Director 30, Provided, That the 2020: of the Peace 10 tember Corps may transfer to the 11 Currency Fluctuations Foreign 12 as authorized Account, section of the Peace Corps by 16 Act (22 13 2515), an amount not to exceed U.S.C. 14 $5,000,000: Provided further, That funds transferred pur- 15 suant the previous proviso may not be derived from to amounts available for Peace Corps overseas oper- 16 made ations: Provided further, That of the funds appropriated 17 under this heading, not to exceed $104,000 may be avail- 18 able for representation expenses, of which not to exceed 19 expenses: $4,000 may be made available for entertainment 20 21 further, That none of the funds appropriated Provided 22 to heading shall be used under pay for abortions: Pro- this 23 vided further, That notwithstanding the previous proviso, 24 section of division E 614 Public Law 113-76 shall of 25 apply to funds appropriated under this heading. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

669 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 44 1 MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE CORPORATION expenses carry out the provisions necessary to For 2 Millennium 3 Act of 2003 (22 U.S.C. 7701 of the Challenge seq.) (MCA), et to remain available until $905,000,000, 4 5 expended: of funds appropriated under That the Provided, heading, up 6 $105,000,000 may be available for ad- this to ministrative expenses of the Millennium Challenge Cor- 7 poration: 8 That 605(e) of the Provided section further, under head- this to appropriated apply shall MCA 9 funds further, That funds appropriated under this Provided ing: 10 heading may be made available for a Millennium Challenge 11 609 pursuant to section of the MCA into Compact entered 12 only if such Compact obligates, or contains a commitment 13 and the mu- subject to the availability of funds 14 to obligate 15 tual of the parties to the Compact to proceed, agreement States Government fund- the amount of the United 16 entire ing anticipated for the duration of the Compact: Provided 17 further, 18 no country should be eligible for a threshold That program after such country has completed a country com- 19 are that Provided further, That any funds pact: 20 deobligated a Millennium Challenge Compact shall 21 from be 22 to the regular notification procedures of the subject 23 Committees on Appropriations prior to re-obligation: Pro- 24 further, That of the funds appropriated under this vided 25 heading, not to exceed $100,000 may be available for rep- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

670 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 45 entertainment expenses, of which not to and resentation 1 ex- may available for entertainment be exceed 2 $5,000 3 penses. FOUNDATION 4 INTER-Al\IERICAN necessary to For carry out the functions of 5 expenses Inter-American Foundation in accordance with the 6 the Assistance Foreign the A.ct 401 section of provisions 7 of of 1969, to remain available until September 8 $22,500,000, 30, 9 2020: Provided, That of the funds appropriated under this heading, not to exceed 10 may be available for $2,000 11 expenses. representation UNITED AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION 12 STATES For necessary 13 to carry out the African De- expenses 96-533; Law Public A.ct (title V of Foundation velopment 14 22 U.S.C. et seq.), $30,000,000, to remain available 15 290h not of which to exceed $2,000 until 2020, 30, 16 September may be 17 for representation expenses: Provided, available 18 funds made available to grantees may be That invested 19 pending expenditure for project purposes when authorized African by the Board of Directors of the United States 20 21 Foundation (USA.DF): Provided further, Development used That 22 shall be interest only for the purposes earned not- That further, Provided grant was made: the 23 for which withstanding section 505(a)(2) of the African Develop- 24 A.ct (22 U.S.C. 290h-3(a)(2)), in excep- 25 ment Foundation February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

671 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 46 1 the Board of Directors of the tional circumstances may the $250,000 limitation contained in USADF 2 waive section with respect to a project and a project may 3 that the limitation by up to 10 percent if the increase 4 exceed Provided fur- due solely to foreign currency fluctuation: 5 is ther, That the USADF 6 submit a report to the appro- shall after each time such waiv- committees 7 congressional priate er is exercised: Provided further, That the authority 8 USADF may make rent or lease payments in advance 9 10 from available for such purpose for offices, appropriations Africa buildings, and quarters in 11 as may be nec- grounds, 12 essary to carry out its functions: Provided further, That 13 the may maintain bank accounts outside the USADF United Treasury and retain any interest earned on 14 States such accounts, in furtherance of the purposes of the 15 Afri- 16 Development Foundation Act: Provided further, That can 17 USADF may not withdraw any appropriation from the the 18 Treasury prior to the need of spending such funds for pro- 19 gram purposes. DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY 20 OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 21 For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions 22 1961, of Act Assistance Foreign the of 129 of 23 section $30,000,000, to 24 available until expended, of which remain 25 for not than $6,000,000 may be used more administrative February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

672 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 47 1 Provided, That amounts made available under expenses: this 2 may be made available to contract for services heading Assist- as described in section 12 9 ( d) ( 3) (A) of the Foreign 3 in which location the to regard without of Act 4 ance 1961, are performed. services 5 such February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

673 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 48 1 TITLE IV SECURITY 2 ASSISTANCE INTERNATIONAL ST.ATE 3 DEPARTMENT OF CONTROL AND 4 INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS LAW ENFORCEMENT 5 necessary expenses to carry out 6 481 of For section the Assistance Act of 1961, $1,497,469,000, to 7 Foreign Provided, available until September 30, 2020: 8 remain That the Department of 9 may use the authority of State 10 608 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, with- section out to its restrictions, to receive excess property 11 regard from an agency of the United States 12 for the Government 13 of providing such property to purpose country a foreign 14 or international organization under chapter 8 of part I of 15 such subject to the regular notification procedures of Act, Provided further, That the on Appropriations: 16 Committees section 482 (b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 19 61 shall 17 not 18 to funds appropriated under this heading, except apply that any funds made available notwithstanding such sec- 19 20 tion shall be subject to the regular notification procedures 21 of Committees on Appropriations: Provided further, the That 22 appropriated under this heading shall be made funds for assistance technical and training to available 23 support ju- other and enforcement, judges, law foreign 24 corrections, 25 dicial authorities, utilizing regional partners: Provided fur- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

674 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 49 l funds made available under this heading that ther, That transferred another department, agency, or instru- 2 to are to pursuant Government States United of mentality the 3 632(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 4 section val- ued excess of $5,000,000, in any agreement made 5 and pursuant to section subject of such Act, shall be 632(a) 6 to the notification procedures of 7 regular Committees the 8 Appropriations. on .ANTI-TERRORISM, DEMINING AND NONPROLIFERATION, 9 RELATED PROGRAMS 10 For necessary expenses 11 nonproliferation, anti-ter- for and related programs and activities, demining 12 rorism, September $864,550,000, remain available until 13 30, to 14 2020, to carry out the provisions of chapter 8 of part II 15 of Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 for anti-terrorism the part II of the Foreign Assistance assistance, 9 of 16 chapter Act of 1961, section 504 of the }1--,REEDOM Support Act, 17 18 section of the Arms Export Control Act, or the Foreign 23 Assistance Act of 1961 for demining activities, the clear- 19 20 ance of unexploded ordnance, the destruction of small 21 arms, activities, notwithstanding any other and related provision law, including activities implemented through 22 of nongovernmental and international organizations, and sec- 23 the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 for a 24 tion 301 of Comprehensive 25 States contribution to the United Nuclear February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

675 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 50 1 Preparatory Commission, and for a vol- Ban Test Treaty to Atomic International contribution Energy untary the 2 (IAEA): Agency That funds made available 3 Provided, this heading for the Nonproliferation and Disar- under 4 mament shall be made available, notwithstanding Fund 5 other provision of law and subject to prior consulta- 6 any and the regular notification procedures of, the with, 7 tion 8 on Appropriations, to promote bilateral and Committees multilateral relating to nonproliferation, disar- 9 activities mament, and weapons destruction, and shall remain avail- 10 able expended: 11 Provided further, That such funds until countries may be used for such 12 other than the Inde- also 13 pendent States of the former Soviet Union and inter- 14 national when it is in the national security organizations do interest United States to the so: Provided further, 15 of That funds appropriated under this heading may be made 16 17 available the IAEA unless the Secretary of State deter- for denied 18 Israel is being that its right to participate mines 19 in the activities of that Agency: Provided further, That 20 funds available for conventional weapons destruction made programs, activities, and related 21 in ad- including demining 22 to funds otherwise available for such purposes, dition may to 23 for administrative expenses related used the oper- be 24 ation and management of such programs and activities, February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

676 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xrnl 51 1 the regular notification procedures of the Com- subject to on mittees 2 Appropriations. 3 PE ... \CEKEEPING OPERATIONS necessary expenses to carry out the provisions 4 For the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, of section of 551 5 $163,457,000: 6 Provided, That funds appropriated under this heading may be 7 notwithstanding section 660 of used, the capacity to provide assistance to enhance 8 Act, such of civilian security forces, including gendarmes, to 9 foreign participate in peacekeeping operations: Provided further, 10 That the 11 funds appropriated under this heading, not of 12 than $31,000,000 shall be made available for a United less 13 States contribution to the Multinational Force and Ob- 14 servers the Sinai and not less than $71,000,000 mission in be made available for the Global Peace Operations 15 shall Initiative: Provided further, That none of the funds appro- 16 priated this heading shall be obligated except as under 17 provided through the regular notification procedures of the 18 Committees on Appropriations. 19 FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT 20 21 INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING MILITARY For 22 expenses to carry out the provisions necessary 23 of section 541 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, up to $11,000,000 may remain 24 of which $110,778,000, the That until September 30, 2020: Provided, available 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

677 APPRO. SEN. U :\2019CONF\Divl<-,-SFOPS.xml 52 1 for whom military education and train- civilian personnel civil- may under this heading may include provided 2 ing be who are ians 3 of a government whose partici- not members would pation to improved civil-military rela- 4 contribute or civilian of the military, tions, respect for human 5 control rights: Provided further, That of the funds appropriated 6 7 under heading, not to exceed $50,000 may be avail- this expenses. entertainment able 8 for MILITARY PROGRAl\I FOREIGN FINANCING 9 necessary expenses 10 grants to enable the For for President to carry out the 11 of section 23 of the provisions 12 Export Control Act, $5,962,241,000: Provided, Arms That 13 expedite the provision of assistance to foreign to 14 countries and international the Secretary of organizations, State, following with the Committees on Ap- 15 consultation subject to the regular notification proce- and propriations 16 dures of such Committees, may use 17 funds appro- the 18 under this heading to procure defense articles and priated of 19 enhance the capacity to foreign security forces: services 20 Provided further, That of the funds appropriated under 21 this not less than $3,300,000,000 shall be avail- heading, Israel grants only for which shall be disbursed 22 for able 23 within 30 days of enactment of this Act: Provided further, the 24 the extent that to Government of Israel requests That 25 that funds be used for such purposes, grants made avail- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

678 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 53 1 Israel under this heading shall, as agreed by the able for weap- States be available for advanced Israel, United 2 and $815,300,000 shall than not less 3 ons systems, of which be available 4 for in of defense arti- the procurement Israel and defense services, including research and develop- 5 cles appropriated Provided further, That funds other- or ment: 6 wise made 7 available heading be nonrepay- under this shall requirement any the in section 23 of able 8 notwithstanding Arms Export Control Act: Provided further, That funds 9 made 10 under this heading shall be obligated upon available apportionment paragraph accordance with 11 ( 5) ( C) of in 12 1501(a) of title 31, United States Code. section 13 None of the funds made available under this heading 14 shall available to finance the procurement of defense be articles, defense or design and construction serv- 15 services, the that not sold by ices United States Government 16 are under the Arms Export 17 Act unless the foreign Control 18 proposing to make such procurement has first country signed an agreement with the United States Government 19 procurement such the conditions under which specifying 20 Provided, may with such funds: financed That all coun- 21 be 22 and funding level increases in allocations shall be sub- try 23 mitted through the regular notification procedures of sec- 24 of this Act: 7015 tion further, That funds made Provided under this heading may be used, notwithstanding available 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

679 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 54 1 provision of law, for demining, the clearance of any other and activities, and may in- related unexploded ordnance, 2 implemented through nongovernmental activities 3 elude international organizations: Provided further, That and 4 only countries for which assistance was justified for 5 those "Foreign Military Sales Financing Program" in the 6 the fiscal 7 1989 congressional presentation for security as- year 8 programs may utilize funds made available under sistance defense this procurement of defense articles, for 9 heading services, or design 10 construction services that are not and 11 sold the United States Government under the Arms by 12 Export Control Act: Provided further, That funds appro- 13 priated under this heading shall be expended at the min- necessary to make timely payment for defense rate 14 imum articles and Provided further, That not more than 15 services: of the funds appropriated under this heading 16 $75,000,000 may be obligated for necessary 17 including the expenses, 18 of passenger motor vehicles for replacement only purchase States, for outside of the United 19 for the general costs use 20 of administering military assistance and sales, that except this the may be exceeded only through 21 regular limitation the Committees on Appropria- notification procedures of 22 23 tions: Provided further, That of the funds made available this heading for general costs of administering mili- under 24 25 tary assistance and sales, not to exceed $4,000 may be February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

680 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 55 1 entertainment expenses and not to exceed available for may be available for representation expenses: $130,000 2 3 further, That Provided more than $1,009,700,000 of not 4 realized funds 1) to 21 ( pursuant ( section (A) of the Arms e) incurred Export Control Act may be obligated for expenses 5 6 Department of Defense the fiscal year 2019 by during pursuant to section 43 (b) of the Arms Export Control Act, 7 that this limitation may be exceeded only through 8 except on 9 regular notification procedures of the Committees the 10 Appropriations. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

681 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 56 1 TITLE V 2 ASSISTANCE MULTILATERAL TO PRESIDENT FUNDS THE APPROPRL~TED 3 AND PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL 4 ORGANIZATIONS necessary expenses to carry out the provisions 5 For section 6 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, of 301 Provided, That section 307(a) of the For- 7 $339,000,000: eign Assistance Act of 19 8 shall not apply to contribu- 61 Fund. to the United Nations Democracy 9 tions INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 10 FINANCIAL 11 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY For payment to the International Bank for Recon- 12 struction and Development as trustee for the Global Envi- 13 14 ronment Facility by the Secretary of the Treasury, . 15 $139,575,000, to remain available until, and to be fully 16 disbursed later than, September 30, 2020: Provided, no That such amount, $136,563,000, which shall remain 17 of available until September 30, 2019, is only available for 18 19 the installment of the seventh replenishment of the first Global Environment Facility, 20 and shall be obligated and 21 disbursed not later than 90 days after enactment of this further, That the Secretary shall report to Provided 22 Act: the Committees on Appropriations on the status of funds 23 until quarterly under this heading not less than provided 24 the report such Provided further, rrhat in disbursed: fully 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

682 APPRO. SEN. U :\2019CO NF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 57 1 provide a timeline for the obligation and Secretary shall yet of that have not funds been obli- disbursement 2 any or disbursed. 3 gated CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 4 THE ASSOCIATION 5 6 For to the International Development Asso- payment ciation 7 by the of the Treasury, $1,097,010,000, Secretary to remain until expended. 8 available CONTRIBUTION THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENT FUND TO 9 For payment to the Asian Development 10 Asian Bank's 11 Fund by the Secretary of the Development Treasury, 12 $47,395,000, to remain available until expended. 13 CONTRIBUTION TO THE AFRICAN DEYELOPMENT BANK 14 For to the African Development Bank by payment the the the Treasury for of United States share 15 Secretary of the paid-in portion of the 16 in capital stock, increase 17 to remain available until expended. $32,417,159, LIMITATION ON GALL.ABLE CAPITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 18 19 The United States Governor of the African Develop- Bank may subscribe without fiscal year limitation 20 ment 21 to the callable capital portion of the United States share to 22 such capital stock in an amount not of exceed 23 $507,860,806. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

683 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 58 1 THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND CONTRIBUTION TO payment the African Development Fund by For to 2 Secretary of the Treasury, $171,300,000, 3 remain the to available expended. 4 until TO CONTRIBUTION INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR THE 5 A.GRICULTURAL DE.VELOPJ\IENT 6 For 7 to the International Fund for Agricul- payment tural by the Secretary of the Treasury, Development 8 fully to be dis- and until, to remain $30,000,000, 9 available 30, later first than, September the 2020, for no 10 bursed 11 installment of the eleventh replenishment of the Inter- for Agricultural Development: Provided, Fund 12 national That report Secretary of the Treasury shall 13 to the the status of such pay- Committees on Appropriations on the 14 15 ment not less than quarterly until fully disbursed: Pro- report That in such the Secretary shall pro- 16 further, vided 17 vide a timeline for the obligation and disbursement of any obligated 18 that have not yet been funds or disbursed. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

684 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 59 1 TITLE VI AND 2 INVESTMENT EXPORT ASSISTANCE OF THE BANK STATES EXPORT-IMPORT 3 UNITED 4 INSPECTOR GENERAL necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector 5 For in 6 out the provisions of the Inspector General carrying General of 1978, as amended, $5,700,000, of which 7 Act up to $855,000 may 30, available until September remain 8 2020. 9 ACCOUNT 10 PROGRAM Export-Import Bank The the United States is au- 11 of thorized to make such expenditures within the limits 12 of 13 and borrowing authority available to such corpora- funds and tion, in accordance with law, 14 to make such con- and 15 tracts and commitments without regard to fiscal year limi- 16 tations, provided by section 9104 of title 31, United as carrying States may be necessary in as out the pro- 17 Code, gram for the current fiscal year for such corporation: Pro- 18 9 l That none of the funds available during the current vided, fiscal year may be used to make expenditures, contracts, 20 21 or commitments for the export of nuclear equipment, fuel, 22 or to technology country, than a nuclear-weapon any other state as defined in 23 IX of the Treaty on the Non- Article 24 Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons eligible to receive eco- that 25 or military assistance under this Act, nomic has deto- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

685 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 60 1 explosive after the date of enactment of nated a nuclear Act. 2 this 3 EXPENSES ADMINISTRA.TIVE expenses administrative carry out the direct For 4 to guaranteed loan and insurance programs, including 5 and and services as authorized of motor vehicles hire 6 passenger States 3109 of title 5, United not Code, and by 7 section 8 exceed $30,000 for official reception and representation to 9 for members of the Board of Directors, not to expenses exceed of which up to $16,500,000 may re- 10 $110,000,000, main available until September 30, 2020: Provided, That 11 the 12 Bank (the Bank) may accept, and use, Export-Import payment or services provided by transaction participants 13 14 for legal, financial, or technical services in connection with 15 any for which an application for a loan, guar- transaction antee insurance commitment has been made: Provided 16 or further, That the Bank shall charge fees for necessary ex- 17 penses 18 special services performed on a contract (including including or basis, but not 19 other personal services) in fee 20 connection with the collection of moneys owed the Bank, 21 repossession sale of pledged collateral or other assets or satisfaction the Bank in by of moneys owed the 22 acquired 23 Bank, or the investigation or appraisal of any property, 24 or evaluation of the the financial, or technical as- legal, 25 pects of any transaction for which an application for a February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

686 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 61 1 or insurance commitment has been made, loan, guarantee infrastructure supporting transactions: directly 2 or systems That further, addition to other funds appro- Provided in 3 4 administrative such for fees shall be priated expenses, remain to account credited such purposes, to this avail- 5 for able until expended. 6 RECEIPTS 7 COLLECTED 8 collected pursuant to the Export- Import Receipts 79-173) Bank 1945 (Public Law of and the Federal 9 Act Credit Reform Act of 1990, in an amount not to 10 exceed 11 the amount appropriated herein, shall be credited as . off- setting collections to this account: Provided, That the 12 13 sums herein appropriated from the General Fund shall be by such offsetting col- 14 a dollar-for-dollar basis reduced on lections so to result in a final fiscal year appropriation 15 as the General Fund estimated at $0. 16 from OVERSEAS PRIVATE INVESTMENT CORPORATION 17 NONCREDIT 18 ACCOUNT The Private Investment Corporation is au- 19 Overseas thorized 20 make, without to regard to fiscal year limitations, 21 as provided by section 9104 of title 31, United States 22 Code, expenditures and commitments within the lim- such and its 23 available to it of in accordance with law as funds for may be necessary: Provided, That the amount available 24 credit administrative expenses to carry out the 25 and insur- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

687 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 62 1 an amount for official reception ance programs (including 2 expenses shall representation exceed not and which exceed $79,200,000: Provided further, not shall $35,000) 3 project-specific transaction costs, including direct 4 That indirect incurred in claims settlements, and costs and 5 direct costs associated with services provided to spe- 6 other pursuant to section potential 7 cific investors or investors 8 of the Assistance Act of 1961, shall not be 234 Foreign of the purposes this for expenses considered 9 administrative heading: 10 further, That of Provided funds appropriated the 11 this heading in this Act and prior Acts making under ap- 12 propriations for the Department of State, foreign oper- 13 ations, and related programs, up to $5,000,000 may be 14 made for limited transition costs associated with available the implementation section 1463 of the Better Utiliza- 15 of of Investments Leading to Development 16 tion (BUILD) Act of 2018 (division F of Public 17 115-254): Provided Law 18 That prior to the initial obligation of funds made further, available for such transition costs, the President of the 19 a submit Private Investment Corporation shall Overseas 20 spend to the Committees on Appropriations for the 21 plan 22 of such funds: Provided further, That funds made use 23 available for such transition costs shall be subject to the 24 notification procedures of the Committees on Ap- regular 25 propriations, and may not be made available until the re- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

688 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 63 1 required by section 1462(a) of the organization plan Act 2 is transmitted to Congress. 2018 of BUILD ACCOUNT PROGRAM 3 the cost of direct and 4 loans as au- For guaranteed Foreign section 234 of the by Assistance Act of 5 thorized 1961, $20,000,000, to be derived by transfer from 6 the 7 Private Investment Corporation Noncredit Ac- Overseas 2021: until September 30, Pro- count, remain available 8 to vided, 9 such costs, including the cost of modifying That Con- such shall be as defined in section 502 of the 10 loans, 11 Budget Act of gressional 4: Provided further, That 197 12 funds so obligated in fiscal year 2019 remain available for 13 disbursement 2027; funds obligated in fiscal year through 2020 remain for disbursement through 2028; 14 available funds and in fiscal year 2021 remain available 15 obligated for disbursement through 16 Provided further, That 2029: 17 any other provision of law, the Overseas notwithstanding Private Investment Corporation is authorized to undertake 18 19 any program authorized by title IV of chapter 2 of part 20 I of Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 in Iraq: Provided the further, That funds made available pursuant to the au- 21 reg- thority of the previous proviso shall be subject to the 22 on ular notification procedures of the Committees 23 Appro- 24 priations. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

689 U:\2019CONF\DivF-S.B'OPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 64 1 such sums as may be necessary for ad- In addition, carry out the credit program may expenses to 2 ministrative be derived from amounts available for administrative ex- 3 penses 4 carry out the credit and insurance programs in to the Corporation Private Investment 5 Noncredit Overseas Account merged 6 with said account. and TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 7 8 For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions Assistance the Foreign Act of 1961, 9 of 661 of section 30, September until available to $79,500,000, remain 10 2020, of which no more than $19,000,000 may be used 11 Provided, That of the funds for administrative expenses: 12 13 under this heading, not more than $5,000 appropriated ex- may be available for representation and entertainment 14 15 penses. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

690 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 65 1 TITLE VII PROVISIONS 2 GENERAL AND 3 ALLOWANCES DIFFERENTBLS .. Funds appropriated SEC. title I of this 7001. under 4 shall be available, 5 as otherwise provided, for Act except allowances differentials as authorized by subchapter and 6 of title 5, United 59 7 Code; for services as States author- 8 by section 3109 of such title and for hire of passenger ized transportation to section 1343(b) of title 31, pursuant 9 Code. States United 10 UNOBLIGATED BALANCES REPORT 11 SEC. 7002. Any department or agency 12 the United of 13 States Government to which funds are appropriated or the to provide shall by this Act available made 14 otherwise Committees on a quarterly accounting of 15 Appropriations and obligated, but unex- cumulative balances 16 unobligated pended, balances by program, project, and activity, and 17 Treasury 18 Fund Symbol of all funds received by Account year department or agency in fiscal pre- 2019 or any 19 such Provided, year: fiscal by disaggregated year, vious 20 fiscal That report required by this section shall be submitted 21 the quarter later than 30 days after the end of each fiscal not 22 23 and should specify by account the amount of funds obli- 24 gated to bilateral agreements pursuant have not which further sub-obligated. 25 been February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

691 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 66 1 CONSULTING SERVICES 7003. 2 of any appropriation The SEC. expenditure 3 under this Act for title consulting service through of I any pursuant to section 3109 of title 4 procurement contract, 5, States Code, shall be United to those contracts 5 limited where such expenditures are a matter of public record and 6 available 7 public inspection, except where otherwise pro- for under law, or under existing Executive order existing vided 8 pursuant to existing law. issued 9 DIPLOMATIC FACILITIES 10 SEC. CAPITAL (a) 11 SECURITY COST SILIBING 7004. lNFORl\lATION.-The shall of State 12 promptly in- Secretary 13 the Committees on Appropriations of each instance form in in which a Federal department or agency is delinquent 14 15 the full amount of funding required by section providing 604(e) of 16 Embassy and Counter- the Construction Secure Act 17 1999 (22 U.S.C. 4865 note). terrorism of (b) EXCEPTION.-Notwithstanding paragraph (2) 18 of 19 604( e) of the Secure Embassy Construction and section VI 20 of 1999 (title Act of division A of Counterterrorism 21 H.R. 3427, as enacted into law by section 1000(a)(7) of 22 Public 106-113 contained in appendix G of that Law and Act), 23 amended by section 111 of the Department of as 24 State Authorities Act, :B--,iscal Year 2017 (Public Law 114- the 25 a project to construct a facility of 323), United States February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

692 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 67 1 office space or other accommodations for may include of United States Marine Corps. 2 the members c) NEW DIPLOl\IATIC F ACILITIES.-For the pur- ( 3 the fiscal year 2019 costs of providing calculating 4 poses of United States diplomatic facilities in accordance with new 5 section 604(e) of the Secure Embassy Construction 6 and 7 Act of 1999 (22 U.S.C. 4865 note), the Counterterrorism Secretary State, in consultation with the Director of 8 of the Office of Management and Budget, shall determine the 9 10 annual level and agency shares in a manner that program is proportional to the contribution of the Department of 11 purpose. State for this 12 13 CONSULTATION AND NOTIFICATION.-Funds ap- (d) by Act and prior Acts making appropria- this 14 propriated tions the Department of State, foreign operations, and 15 for related programs, which may 16 made available for the be 17 of property or award of construction contracts acquisition for overseas United States diplomatic facilities during fis- 18 19 cal year 2019, shall be subject to prior consultation with, 20 and notification procedures of, the Committees the regular on Appropriations: Provided, That notifications pursuant 21 22 to this subsection shall include the information enumer- under the heading "Embassy Security, Construction, ated 23 115-829. and Maintenance" in House Report 24 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

693 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 68 1 INTERIM AND TEMPORARY FACILITIES ( e) 2 AirnnAD.- 3 SECURITY YULNERABILITIES.-Funds ap- (1) by this Act under the heading "Embassy 4 propriated 5 and Maintenance" may be Security, Construction, available, following consultation with the ap- 6 made propriate congressional committees, to address 7 secu- vulnerabilities at interim and temporary United rity 8 States facilities abroad, including physical 9 diplomatic security upgrades and local guard staffing, except 10 that amount 11 of funds made available for such the 12 from this Act and prior Acts making ap- purposes 13 propriations for the Department of State, foreign 14 operations, programs shall be a mm- and related of $25,000,000. 15 imum 16 (2) CONSULTATION.-Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the opening, closure, or any 17 significant to an interim or temporary modification 18 United States diplomatic facility shall be subject to 19 the appropriate congressional with 20 prior consultation 21 committees the regular notification procedures and 22 of the Committees on Appropriations, except that 23 such consultation and notification may be waived if personnel. 24 is a security risk to there February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

694 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.x:ml 69 1 OF FUNDS AUTHORITY.-Funds ap- (f) TRANSFER under "Diplomatic Programs", the headings propriated 2 for Security Protection, ''Emer- including 3 Worldwide in the Diplomatic and Consular Service", 4 gencies and "Embassy Construction, and Maintenance" in 5 Security, and Act be transferred to, this merged with, funds 6 may of under such State if the Secretary headings appropriated 7 determines and to the Committees on Appropria- 8 reports to that do so is necessary tions implement the ree- 9 to ommendations of l O Benghazi Accountability Review the 11 for emergency evacuations, or to prevent or Board, re- 12 spond to security situations and requirements, following 13 consultation with, and subject to the regular notification 14 procedures such Committees: Provided, That such of, transfer is in addition to any transfer authority 15 authority otherwise available in this Act and under any other provi- 16 sion 17 law. of (g) Act T.ARGETS.-Funds appropriated by this 18 SOFT 19 the heading "Embassy Security, Construction, and under 20 Maintenance" may be made available for security up- 21 grades soft targets, including schools, recreational fa- to and residences used by United States diplomatic 22 cilities, 23 personnel and their dependents, except that the amount a minimum 24 available for such purposes shall be made of 25 $10,000,000. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

695 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 70 1 (h) 45 REPORT enactment of this days .-Within of and 3 months thereafter until the completion every Act 2 to submit shall State the Secretary of project, each of 3 the on Erbil a report on the Committees Con- 4 Appropriations Beirut Embassy, Jakarta Embassy, Mexico City 5 sulate, described and New Delhi under as Embassy, Embassy, 6 this section the joint explanatory statement accom- 7 in this panying Act. 8 SECURE RESUPPLY .AND MAINTEN.ANCE.-The (i) 9 Secretary of 10 may not State final approval for the grant 11 of a new facility or substantial construction construction existing an facility in the United or expand to 12 improve 13 States by or for the Government of the People's Republic and reports to the 14 certifies of until the Secretary China appropriate committees that an agreement 15 congressional 16 been concluded between the Governments of the has United States and the People's Republic of China that 17 permits secure resupply, maintenance, and new construc- 18 People's the of United States Government facilities in tion 19 Republic China. 20 of PERSONNEL ACTIONS 21 SEC. or Any costs incurred by a department 7005. 22 23 agency funded under title I of this Act resulting from per- taken in response to funding reductions in- 24 actions sonnel 25 eluded in this Act shall be absorbed within the total budg- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

696 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 71 1 available under title I to such department etary resources agency: That the authority to transfer funds 2 Provided, or to necessary as may be accounts between appropriations 3 4 this section is provided in addition to carry out authorities included in this Act: elsewhere further, That use 5 Provided of funds to carry out this section shall be treated 6 a as under section 7015 of this Act. 7 of funds reprogramming DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT 8 STATE 7006. SEC. FINANCIAL SYSTEMS IMPROVE- 9 (a) MENT.-Funds appropriated by this Act for the operations 10 of of Department 11 State under the headings ''Diplo- the matic 12 and "Capital Investment Fund" shall be Programs" made available to implement the recommendations con- 13 Findings tained in the Foreign Assistance Data Review 14 15 (FAD R) and the Office of Inspector General ( 0 I G) Report report "Department Financial Systems Are Insuf- 16 entitled ficient to Track and Report on Foreign Assistance 17 Funds": not That 18 later than 45 days after en- Provided, of actment this Act, the Secretary 19 State shall submit of 20 to the Committees on Appropriations an update to the 21 plan under section 7006 of the Department of required and Related Programs Appro- State, Foreign Operations, 22 for 115-31) Law Public of J (division 2017 priations 23 Act, the ADR and OIG recommendations: Pro- F implementing 24 25 vided further, That such funds may not be obligated for February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

697 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 72 1 or expans10ns of, the Budget System enhancements to, Financial 2 Resource Man- System, Modernization Central Joint Management Financial System, or System, 3 agement and Tracking System Foreign Assistance Coordination 4 plan is submitted to the Committees updated such until 5 Appropriations: Provided further, That such funds may 6 on not be obligated for new, or 7 of existing, ad hoc expansion track commitments, obligations, or systems to 8 electronic expenditures funds unless the Secretary of State, fol- 9 of lowing consultation with the Chief Information Officer of 10 the State, of 11 has reviewed and certified that Department with such 12 or expansion is consistent new the system 13 F ADR and OIG recommendations. 14 (b) WORKING CAPITAL FUND.-Funds appropriated 15 by Act or otherwise made available to the Department this Working of payments to the for Capital Fund may 16 State only be used for the service centers 17 in the Con- included 18 Budget Justification, Department of State, gressional Foreign Operations, and Related Programs, Fiscal Year 19 centers service Provided, That the amounts for such 2019: 20 shall the amounts included in such budget justification, 21 be 22 as provided in section 7015(b) of this Act: except Provided 23 further, That Federal agency components shall be charged of their direct usage each Working Capital Fund 24 for only 25 service: Provided further, That prior to increasing the per- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

698 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 73 1 to Department of State bureaus and of- centage charged for activities, the Secretary of 2 fices procurement-related shall include the proposed increase in the Depart- State 3 4 ment budget justification or, at least 60 days State of the increase, provide the Committees on Appro- to 5 prior priations a justification 6 such increase, including a de- for the cost and benefit of the services assessment of 7 tailed the procurement fee: Provided further, That by provided 8 Federal agency components may only pay for Working 9 10 Capital services that are consistent with the purpose Fund and authorities of such components: Provided further, 11 12 That the Working Capital Fund shall be paid in advance 13 or at rates which will return the full cost of reimbursed each 14 service. 15 (c) CERTIFICATION.- (1) Not later than 45 days after the initial obli- 16 gation funds 17 appropriated of titles and IV under III of this Act 18 are made available to a Department that 19 of State bureau or office with responsibility for the oversight of such funds, the Sec- and 20 management the retary State 21 certify and report to of Com- shall 22 mittees on Appropriations, on an individual bureau in 23 basis, that such bureau or office is office com- or with Department and Federal financial and 24 pliance February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

699 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 74 1 policies, procedures, and regula- grants management as 2 applicable. tions, 3 When (2) making a required by certification (1), the Secretary 4 State shall consider paragraph of 5 the capacity of a bureau or office to- (A) account 6 the obligated funds at the for 7 and program level, as appropriate; country and develop mitigation (B) risks identify 8 and monitoring plans; 9 10 establish performance measures (C) and 11 indicators; and performance; and (D) review activities 12 13 (E) assess final results and reconcile fi- 14 nances. is If Secretary of State the unable to make 15 (3) a certification required 16 paragraph (1), the Sec- by retary shall submit a plan and timeline detailing the 17 18 steps to be taken to bring such bureau or office into 19 compliance. report accompanying a certification re- 20 ( 4) The 21 quired by paragraph (1) shall include the require- Report under this section in House contained 22 ments 23 115-829. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

700 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 75 1 DIRECT FUNDING FOR CERTAIN PROHIBITION AGAINST COUNTRIES 2 None of the funds 7007. or other- 3 SEC. appropriated of VI pursuant to titles III through available wise made 4 Act shall be obligated or expended to finance 5 this directly any assistance or reparations for the governments of 6 That North Korea, Iran, or for Provided, Syria: Cuba, 7 the prohibition on obligations or purposes section, 8 of this shall include direct loans, credits, insurance, 9 expenditures and guarantees of the Export-Import Bank or its agents. 10 COUPS 11 D'ETAT SEC. 7008. None of the funds appropriated or other- 12 titles wise available pursuant to made III through VI of 13 directly finance to expended or obligated be this 14 shall Act assistance whose the government of any country any 15 to duly head of government is deposed by military 16 elected coup d'etat or decree or, after the date of enactment of 17 in this coup d'etat or decree a which the military Act, 18 plays a decisive role: Provided, That assistance may be re- 19 if the Secretary of State cer- sumed to such government 20 21 tifies reports to the appropriate congressional commit- and 22 tees that subsequent to the termination of assistance a 23 democratically elected government has taken office: Pro- of 24 That the provisions further, this section shall not vided 25 apply to assistance to promote democratic elections or February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

701 U :\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml APPRO. SEN. 76 1 in democratic processes: Provided fur- public participation That made available pursuant to the previous ther, funds 2 shall be subject to the regular 3 proce- provisos notification the Committees on Appropriations. dures of 4 OF FUNDS AUTHORITY TRANSFER 5 SEC. 7009. (a) DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND BROAD- 6 7 CASTING OF GOVERNORS.- BOARD (1) DEPARTMENT STATE.-Not to exceed 5 8 OF percent any appropriation made available for the 9 of current fiscal year for the Department 10 State of 11 title I of this Act may be transferred under between, 12 and merged with, such appropriations, but no such 13 appropriation, except as otherwise specifically pro- 14 vided, be increased shall more than percent by by 10 such transfers, any no such transfer may be 15 and made to increase the appropriation under 16 head- the 17 ''Representation Expenses''. ing (2) BOARD OF GOVERNORS.- 18 BROADCASTING Not 19 exceed 5 percent of any appropriation made to Broad- the for the current fiscal year for available 20 casting this of Governors under title I of 21 Act Board may be transferred between, and merged with, such 22 23 appropriations, but no such appropriation, except as 24 specifically provided, shall be increased by otherwise 25 more than 10 percent by any such transfers. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

702 APPRO. SEN. U :\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 77 1 (3) REPROGRAMMING.-Any AS TREATMENT to subsection shall be treated transfer this pursuant 2 3 funds under section 7015 of as a reprogramming of Act and shall not 4 available for obligation or this be expenditure in compliance with the proce- 5 except dures forth in that section. 6 set 7 (b) TITLE AGENCIES.-N ot VI exceed 5 percent to 8 of appropriation, other for administrative ex- any than made penses for fiscal year 2019, for programs 9 available under title VI of this Act may be such between transferred 10 appropriations use for any of the purposes, programs, 11 for and activities for which the funds in such receiving ac- 12 13 count may be used, but no such appropriation, except as by more 14 shall be increased otherwise provided, specifically transfer: than by any such percent Provided, That the 15 25 exercise of such authority shall be subject to the regular 16 notification 17 of the Committees on Appropria- procedures tions. 18 ( c) LIMITATION ON 19 OF FUNDS BE- TRANSFERS 20 TWEEN AGENCIES.- 21 (1) GENERAL.-None of the funds made IN available 22 titles II through under of this Act may V 23 be transferred to any department, agency, or instru- the United States Government, except 24 of mentality 25 pursuant to a transfer made by, or transfer author- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

703 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 78 1 in, this Act or any other appropriations ity provided 2 Act. .ALLOCATION AND TRANSFERS.-Notwith- 3 (2) paragraph (1), in addition to transfers standing 4 5 or authorized elsewhere in, this Act, funds by, made by this Act to carry out the purposes 6 appropriated be the Foreign Assistance Act of allo- 61 may 19 of 7 cated or to agencies of the United States 8 transferred pursuant to the provisions of sections 9 Government Act Assistance and 632 of of Foreign the 610, 10 109, 1961. 11 entered NOTIFIC ... \TION.-Any agreement (3) 12 into by the 13 States Agency for International United 14 Development or the Department of State with any 15 department, or instrumentality of the United agency, States pursuant to section 632(b) of the 16 Government Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 valued in excess 17 of 18 and any agreement made pursuant to $1,000,000 19 632(a) of such Act, with funds appropriated section for by this Act or prior Acts making appropriations 20 21 of State, foreign Department and re- the operations, 22 programs under the headings "Global Health lated Programs", Assistance", "Economic 23 "Development Eur- and "Assistance for Europe, Fund", 24 Support to 25 and Central Asia" shall be subject asia the reg- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

704 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 79 1 procedures of the Committees on ular notification Provided, That requirement in the Appropriations: 2 apply 3 not previous to agreements the sentence shall of Department the and USAID 4 into entered between State. 5 BETWEEN TRANSFER 6 FUNDS ( ACCOUNTS.- d) OF None of 7 funds made available under titles II the through 8 V this Act may be obligated under an appropriations of account which such funds were not appropriated, except 9 to for transfers specifically provided for in this Act, unless 10 11 the not less than 5 days prior to the exercise President, of any authority contained in the Foreign Assistance Act 12 13 of 1961 to transfer funds, consults with and provides a 14 written justification to the Committees on Appro- policy priations. 15 AUDIT OF INTER-AGENCY TRANSFERS OF 16 (e) FUNDS.-Any for the transfer or allocation of 17 agreement funds appropriated by this Act or 18 Acts making ap- prior 19 for the Department of State, foreign oper- propriations and related programs, entered into between the De- 20 ations 21 partment of State or USAID and another agency of the 22 United Government under the authority of section States of 632(a) the Foreign Assistance Act 23 1961 or any com- of 24 parable provision of law, shall expressly provide that the 25 Inspector General (IG) for the agency receiving the trans- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

705 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 80 1 allocation of such funds, or other entity with audit fer or IG, if agency does not have an receiving the responsibility 2 3 shall perform periodic program audits of the and financial of funds use and report to the Department of State 4 such such or appropriate, upon completion of as au- 5 USAID, dits: Provided, 6 such That shall be transmitted to audits by the Department of 7 Committees on Appropriations the 8 State as appropriate: Provided further, That or USAID, funds under such authority may be made 9 transferred available for the cost 10 such audits. of 11 REPORT.-Not later than October 31, 2019, the (f) Secretary of State and the USAID Administrator shall 12 13 each submit a report to the Committees on Appropriations 14 detailing transfers all another agency the United to of Government States pursuant to sections 632(a) and 15 made 632(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act 16 1961 with funds of 17 in the Department of State, Foreign Operations, provided and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2018 (division 18 reports such That Provided, 115-141): Law Public K 19 of shall include 20 a list transfer each pursuant to such of made sections 21 the respective funding level, appropriation with and the receiving agency. 22 account, 23 PROHIBITION ON CERTAIN OPERATIONAL EXPENSES 24 7010. (a) FIRST-CLASS TRAVEL.-None of the SEO. first- for used be by this Act may available made funds 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

706 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 81 1 by employees of United States Government de- class travel and funded by this Act in contraven- agencies partments 2 title of 301-10.122 through 301-10.124 section 3 of tion Regulations. of Federal Code 4 41, COMPUTER NETWORKS.-None of the funds 5 (b) for by this Act made the operating expenses of 6 available any United 7 Government States or agency may department be used establish or maintain a computer network for 8 to use such department or agency unless such network 9 by has filters designed to block 10 to sexually explicit access 11 Provided, That nothing in this subsection shall websites: 12 limit use of funds the for any Federal, State, necessary 13 tribal, or local law enforcement agency, or any other entity the following activities: criminal investiga- out 14 carrying tions, prosecutions, adjudications; administrative dis- 15 and and monitoring of such websites undertaken the cipline; 16 as part of official 17 business. 18 PROHIBITION ON PROMOTION OF TOBACC0.- (c) by None of funds made available 19 this Act should be the 20 available to promote the sale or export of tobacco or to- 21 bacco or to seek the reduction or removal by any products, the marketing of tobacco foreign country of restrictions on 22 23 or tobacco products, except for restrictions which are not of 24 equally to all tobacco or tobacco products applied the 25 same type. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

707 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 82 1 FUNDS AVAILABILITY OF 7011. 2 of any appropriation contained No SEC. part obligation Act remain available for this after the in shall 3 of the current fiscal year unless 4 so expiration expressly provided this Act: Provided, That funds appropriated 5 by 8 the of chapters 1 and for of part I, section 6 purposes 661, chapters 4, 7 5, 6, and 9 of part II of the Foreign 8, Assistance Act 1961, section 23 of 8 of Export Arms the Act, and funds 9 under the headings "De- Control provided O velopment Credit Authority" and "Assistance for Europe, l 11 and Central Asia" shall remain available for an Eurasia additional 4 years from the date on which the availability 12 13 of such funds would otherwise have expired, if such funds 14 are obligated before the expiration of their respec- initially tive of availability contained in this Act: Provided 15 periods fur{her, That the availability of funds pursuant to the pre- 16 17 vious shall not be applicable to such funds until proviso the Secretary of State submits the reports required under 18 19 section 7011 of the Department of State, Foreign Oper- Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2017 and 20 ations, (division 115-31) of Public Law 21 and the Department J of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Ap- 22 23 propriations Act, 2018 (division K of Public Law 115- 24 Provided further, That notwithstanding any other 141): 25 provision of this Act, any funds made available for the February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

708 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 83 1 chapter 1 of part I and chapter 4 of part II purposes of which the Act of 1961 Assistance are allocated 2 of Foreign obligated for cash disbursements in order to address or 3 4 payments or economic policy reform objectives, balance of shall available for an additional 4 years from the 5 remain date on which the availability of such funds would other- 6 if such funds are initially allocated or wise expired, 7 have expiration of their respective periods the obligated 8 before of contained in this Act: Provided further, That 9 availability the Secretary of State shall provide a 10 to the Com- report 11 on Appropriations not later than October 31, mittees year, 2019, by account and source 12 the use of this detailing 13 authority during the previous fiscal year. 14 LIMITATION ASSISTANCE TO COUNTRIES IN DEFAULT ON SEC. 7012. part of any appropriation provided 15 No Act titles under VI in this III shall be used to 16 through furnish assistance to the government 17 any country which of 18 in default during a period in excess of 1 calendar year is States in to the United payment of principal or interest 19 20 on any loan made to the such country by of government the United States pursuant to a program for which funds 21 the are under this Act unless appropriated President de- 22 the Committees on consultation with 23 termines, following that assistance for such country is in the 24 Appropriations, 25 national interest of the United States. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

709 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 84 1 TAXATION OF UNITED STATES PROHIBITION ON 2 ASSISTANCE 3 7013. (a) PROHIBITION ON TL-XATION.-None SEC. the funds appropriated under titles III through VI of of 4 for may be made available to provide assistance Act 5 this a foreign country under a new bilateral agreement gov- 6 erning the terms and conditions under 7 such assist- which 8 is to be provided unless such agreement includes a ance provision that assistance provided by the United 9 stating States shall be exempt from taxation, or reimbursed, by 10 11 the government, and the Secretary of State and foreign 12 Administrator of the United States Agency for Inter- the 13 national Development shall expeditiously seek to negotiate 14 amendments existing bilateral agreements, as nec- to essary, 15 with this requirement. to conform (b) AND REIMBURSEMENT OF FOR- 16 NOTIFICATION EIGN TAXEs.-An amount equivalent to 200 percent of 17 18 total taxes assessed during fiscal year 2019 on funds the appropriated by this Act and prior Acts making appropria- 19 20 tions for the Department of State, foreign operations, and 21 related by a foreign government or entity programs against assistance States 22 programs, either directly United and subcontractors, shall 23 through grantees, contractors, or 24 be withheld from obligation from funds appropriated for prior 25 for fiscal year 2020 and for assistance fiscal years February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

710 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 85 1 for the central government of such country and allocated program, for Bank and Gaza West as applicable, 2 the or not later than September 30, 2020, such taxes have if, 3 That the Secretary of been reimbursed: Provided, 4 not shall report to the Committees on Appropriations 5 State by such date on the foreign governments and entities that 6 7 not reimbursed such taxes, including any amount of have funds 8 withheld pursuant to this subsection. ( c) DE MINIMIS EXCEPTION .-Foreign taxes of 9 a de 10 nature shall not be subject minimis the provisions of to 11 subsection (b). withheld FUNDS.-Funds REPROGRAMMING OF ( d) 12 from obligation each foreign government or entity pur- 13 for suant subsection (b) shall be reprogrammed for assist- to 14 ance for countries which 15 not assess taxes on United do 16 assistance or which have States effective an arrangement that is providing 17 reimbursement of such taxes, substantial 18 and that can reasonably accommodate such assistance in 19 a programmatically manner. responsible ( DETERMINATIONS.- 20 e) (1) IN 21 provis10ns of this sec- GENERAL.-The 22 tion shall not apply to any foreign government or en- 23 that assesses such taxes if the Secretary of tity Appropriations State reports to the Committees on 24 25 that- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

711 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 86 (A) government or entity has such 1 foreign arrangement providing is effective sub- 2 an that of such taxes; or stantial reimbursement 3 the 4 policy interests of the (B) foreign United outweigh the purpose of this sec- 5 States to ensure that United States assistance is 6 tion not subject to taxation. 7 State Secretary of 8 (2) CONSULTATION.-The consult the Committees on Appropriations shall with 9 least 15 days prior to exercising the authority of at 10 this subsection with regard to any foreign govern- 11 ment entity. or 12 (f) ll\IPLEl\IENTATION.-The Secretary of State shall 13 and update rules, regulations, or policy guidance, as 14 issue 15 appropriate, implement the prohibition against the tax- to in this section. ation contained of 16 assistance DEFINITIONS.-As used in this section: 17 (g) (1) BILATERAL AGREEMENT.-The 18 "bilat- term 19 agreement" refers to a framework bilateral eral the Government of the United agreement between 20 21 States and the government of the country receiving 22 assistance describes privileges and immuni- that the ties 23 to United States foreign assistance applicable 24 for such country generally, or an agree- individual 25 ment between the Government of the United States February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

712 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 87 1 government such among other that and describes, treatment the tax purposes that will be for things, 2 the United States assistance provided accorded 3 that agreement. under 4 TAXES TAXATION.-The term ''taxes (2) AND 5 taxation'' 6 include value added taxes and and shall individual not but shall in- include duties 7 customs come taxes to local staff. 8 assessed REPORT.-Not than 90 days after enact- later (h) 9 ment of this Act, the Secretary of State, 10 consultation in 11 the heads of other relevant agencies of the United with 12 States Government, shall submit a report to the Commit- 13 tees on Appropriations on the requirements contained 14 under section in House Report 115-829. this RESERVATIONS FUNDS 15 OF 16 SEC. 7014. (a) REPROGRAl\IMING.-Funds appro- priated under titles III through VI of this Act 17 are which 18 designated may be reprogrammed for other specifically programs within the same account notwithstanding the 19 20 designation if compliance with the designation is made im- 21 possible operation of any provision of this or any other by reprogramming That any such Provided, shall be sub- 22 Act: 23 ject to the regular notification procedures of the Commit- Provided further, That assistance 24 on Appropriations: tees be that is reprogrammed pursuant to this subsection shall 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

713 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 88 1 under the same terms and conditions as made available provided. 2 originally EXTENSION OF .AV.AILABILITY.-In addition to 3 (b) contained authority the 4 (a), the original pe- in subsection of availability of funds appropriated 5 riod .Act this and by by the Department 6 State or the United administered of 7 .Agency for States Development that are spe- International 8 designated for cifically programs or by particular activities extended or other this may be any for an additional 9 .Act fiscal year if the Secretary of 10 or the US.AID .Admin- State 11 as appropriate, determines and reports promptly istrator, the Committees on .Appropriations that the termination to 12 13 of assistance to a country or a significant change in cir- 14 cumstances it unlikely that such designated funds makes can obligated during the original period of availability: 15 be Provided, That such designated funds that continue to be 16 available 17 an additional fiscal year shall be obligated for only for the purpose of such designation. 18 19 (c) OTHER .AcTs.-Ceilings and specifically des- .Act shall not be 20 this ignated levels contained in funding other- applicable funds or authorities appropriated or 21 to 22 wise made available by any subsequent .Act unless such specifically so directs: Provided, That specifically des- .Act 23 24 ignated funding levels or minimum funding requirements February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

714 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 89 1 any other Act shall not be applicable to funds contained in appropriated 2 by Act. this 3 NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 7015. (a) NOTIFICATION OF CHANGES 4 PR0- SEC. IN GRAMS, PROJECTS, AND ACTIVITIES.-N one of the funds 5 made available in titles I and II 6 this Act or prior Acts of the Department of State, for- for 7 appropriations making eign and related programs to the departments 8 operations, and agencies funded by this Act 9 remain available for that 10 in fiscal year 2019, obligation provided from any ac- or 11 counts in the Treasury of the United States derived by 12 the of fees or of currency reflows or other offset- collection transfer, ting made available by or to the de- 13 collections, avail- partments and agencies funded by this Act, shall be 14 . able for obligation to- 15 (1) create new programs; 16 17 (2) suspend or eliminate a program, project, or 18 activity; a mission close, open, or (3) suspend, or 19 reopen post; 20 ( 4) create, close, reorgarnze, downsize, or re- 21 or offices; or centers, 22 name bureaus, functions 23 out or privatize any contract or ( 5) by Federal employees; performed 24 activities presently February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

715 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 90 1 justified to unless previously on the Appro- Committees in are notified 15 days ad- 2 such Committees priations or such obligation. of vance 3 NOTIFICATION OF REPROGRAMMING OF 4 (b) one 5 the funds provided under titles I and FUNDS.-N of making II Act or prior Acts this appropriations for the 6 of Department 7 State, foreign operations, and related pro- of 8 to the departments and agencies funded under ti- grams, that tles II of this Act and remain available for obliga- 9 I provided in fiscal year 2019, or accounts from any 10 tion derived in Treasury of the United 11 the by the collec- States 12 tion of fees available to the department and agency funded 13 under I of this Act, shall be available for obligation title or for activities, programs, or projects 14 expenditure through a reprogramming of funds in excess of 15 that- $1,000,000 10 percent, whichever is less, or 16 programs, (1) or changes existing 17 augments 18 projects, or activities; 19 (2) relocates an existing office or employees; by 10 percent funding for any exist- 20 (3) reduces 21 program, project, or activity, or numbers of per- ing or Congress; by 10 percent as approved by sonnel 22 ( 4) results from any 23 savings, including general in personnel, which would 24 savings from a reduction February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

716 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 91 1 a change in existing programs, activities, or result in as approved Congress; projects 2 by Committees the Appropriations are notified 15 unless 3 on in advance of such reprogramming funds. of days 4 NOTIFICATION of the 5 REQUIREMENT.-None (c) made available 6 this Act under the headings funds by Programs", Health Assistance", "Development 7 "Global "International Organizations Programs", "Trade and and 8 Development "International Narcotics 9 Control Agency", and Enforcement", "Economic Support Fund", "De- Law 10 mocracy Fund", "Assistance ll Europe, Eurasia and for 12 Asia", "Peacekeeping Operations", "Non- Central proliferation, and Demining 13 Related Pro- Anti-terrorism, grams", "Millennium Challenge Corporation", 14 "Foreign 15 Military Financing Program", "International Military Training", and "Peace Corps", shall be and 16 Education available obligation for activities, programs, projects, 17 for type of materiel assistance, countries, or other operations 18 the in excess of the amount justified to 19 not justified or under any of 20 Committees on Appropriations for obligation 21 these specific headings unless the Committees on Appro- advance in of such obliga- notified 15 days 22 are priations tion: Provided, That the President shall not enter into any 23 the purposes of sec- for 24 commitment of funds appropriated Act 25 23 of the Arms Export Control tion for the provision February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

717 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 92 1 defense equipment, other than conventional am- of major air- or defense items defined to be major other munition, 2 3 craft, ships, missiles, vehicles, not previously or combat the quan- to 20 percent in excess of Congress or 4 justified justified to Congress unless the Committees on Ap- 5 tities 6 are notified 15 days in advance of such com- propriations Provided further, That requirements of this sub- 7 mitment: or section similar provision of this any any other Act 8 or pro- activity, an for any reprogramming to 9 not shall apply gram, or 10 for which funds are appropriated under project 11 titles III through VI of this Act of less than 10 percent amount previously justified to Congress for obliga- the 12 of project tion activity, program, or such for the current 13 for fiscal year: Provided further, That any notification sub- 14 mitted pursuant to subsection (f) of this section shall in- 15 16 elude (if known on information date of transmittal of the 17 such notification) on the use of notwithstanding authority: 18 Provided That if subsequent to the notification of further, assistance to becomes necessary 19 rely on notwithstanding it the Committees on Appropriations should be in- 20 authority, 21 formed at the earliest opportunity and to the extent prac- 22 ticable. 23 (d) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS AND 24 FUNDING N OTIFIGATIONS.- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

718 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml APPRO. SEN. 93 (1) the funds appro- PROGRAMS.-None 1 of this by or prior Acts making appropria- priated Act 2 foreign of Department oper- State, the tions 3 for and available programs may be made related ations, 4 5 support to continue program initially funded or any under any authority of title 10, United States Code, 6 7 or making authorizing appropriations for any or Act 8 the Defense, unless the Secretary of Department of State, in consultation with the Secretary of Defense 9 and accordance with the regular notification pro- in 10 cedures of the Committees on Appropriations, sub- 11 that includes a justification to such Committees 12 mits 13 a description and the estimated costs associated of, with, 14 or continuation of such program. support the FUNDING.-Notwithstanding any other pro- (2) 15 vision of law, funds 16 transferred by Department the the of to the Department of 17 and Defense State 18 United States Agency for International Development 19 for assistance for foreign countries and international 20 organizations be subject to shall regular the notifica- tion procedures of 21 Committees on Appropria- the 22 tions. 23 (3) NOTIFICATION ON EXCESS DEFENSE ARTI- 24 to providing excess Department of De- CLES.-Prior of 516(a) section in accordance with articles fense 25 February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

719 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 94 1 Assistance Act of 1961, the Department the Foreign Defense notify the Committees on Appro- 2 shall of same the same extent and under the to priations 3 as other committees conditions 4 sub- to pursuant (f) of that 5 Provided, That before section section: issuing a letter of off er to sell excess defense 6 articles the Arms Export Control Act, the Department under 7 of Defense notify the Committees on Appro- 8 shall in accordance with the regular notification 9 priations procedures of such Committees if such 10 arti- defense 11 are significant military equipment ( as defined in cles Arms 12 9) of the 4 7 ( Export Control Act) or section 13 are valued (in terms of original acquisition cost) at 14 $7,000,000 more, or if notification is required or elsewhere in Act for the use of appropriated 15 this for specific countries that would receive such 16 funds excess defense articles: Provided 17 That such further, 18 shall also be informed of the original ac- Committees quisition cost of such defense articles. 19 20 ( e) W AIVER.-The requirements of this section or 21 any provision of this Act or any other Act, includ- similar 22 ing any prior Act requiring notification in accordance with on the regular notification procedures of the Committees 23 failure may be waived if would to do so Appropriations, 24 25 pose a substantial risk to human health or welfare: Pro- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

720 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 95 1 in case of any such waiver, notification to the vided, That on shall be provided as early 2 Appropriations Committees tak- but in no event later than 3 days after practicable, 3 as action to the such notification requirement was which 4 ing in the context of the circumstances necessi- applicable, 5 ta ting such 6 Provided further, That any notification waiver: pursuant to such a waiver shall contain an expla- 7 provided emergency circumstances. the nation 8 of COUNTRY NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS.-None 9 (f) of the funds appropriated under titles III through VI 10 of 11 Act may be obligated or expended for this for assistance Bahrain, Bolivia, Burma, Cambodia, Colom- 12 Afghanistan, 13 bia, Cuba, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, 14 Haiti, Honduras, Iraq, Lebanon, Mexico, Iran, Libya, Pakistan, the Russian Federation, Nicaragua, Philippines, 15 16 Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Sudan, South Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Yemen, and 17 except as Zimbabwe 18 through the regular notification procedures of the provided 19 Committees Appropriations. on (g) 20 FUNDS.-Funds appropriated or other- TRUST 21 wise made available in title III of this Act and prior Acts 22 available for funds making the Department of State, for- eign operations, and related programs that are made avail- 23 trust fund held by an international financial a 24 able for regular 25 shall be subject to the institution notification pro- February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

721 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 96 1 the Committees on Appropriations: Provided, cedures of such shall include the information speci- That notification 2 under this section in 3 explanatory statement ac- fied the the Department of State, Foreign Operations, companying 4 and Related Programs Appropriations Act, ( division 2018 5 K of Law 115-141). 6 Public OTHER REQUIRE- NOTIFICATION (h) 7 PROGRAM l\IENT.- S ( 1) DIPLOl\LI\TIC PROGRAMS.-Funds appro- 9 10 under title I of this Act under the heading priated 11 "Diplomatic Programs" that are made available for 12 a pilot program for lateral entry into the Foreign 13 Service be subject to prior consultation with, shall and regular notification procedures of, the Com- 14 the mittees on Appropriations. 15 (2) OTHER PROGRAMS.-Funds appropriated by 16 this Act 17 are made available for the following that 18 programs and activities shall be subject to the reg- 19 ular procedures of the Committees on notification 20 Appropriations- 21 (A) The Global Engagement Center, except with that the Secretary of State shall consult 22 the appropriate congressional committees prior 23 24 to submitting such notification; February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

722 APPRO. SEN. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 97 initiative, (B) Africa Power The any or 1 2 successor program; ( assistance C) Community-based police 3 authority of section the pursuant to conducted 4 7049(a)(l) Act; this of 5 counter (D) Programs to foreign fighters 6 sec- pursuant to and extremist organizations, 7 this tion Act; of 7071(a) 8 (E) The Relief and Recovery Fund; 9 Indo- The Strategy; Pacific· (F) 10 ( Security G) The Global Contingency 11 12 Fund; Influence (H) The Countering Russian 13 14 Fund; and slavery. (I) Programs to end modern 15 WITHHOLDING OF FUNDS.-Funds appropriated 16 (i) IV by under titles III and Act that are withheld from 17 this obligation or otherwise not programmed as 18 of ap- a result or any other Act of law in plication 19 of a provision this 20 shall, if reprogrammed, be subject to the regular notifica- 21 of the Committees on Appropriations. tion procedures (j) REQUIREl\IENT TO INFORM, COORDINATE, AND 22 23 CONSULT.- State shall promptly in- of 24 (1) The Secretary of 25 the appropriate congressional committees form February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

723 SEN. APPRO. U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml 98 1 in which funds appropriated by this each instance for for Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Act 2 assistance 3 Partnership Fund, the Relief the Counterterrorism Recovery Fund, or programs to counter extre- and 4 mism 5 foreign fighters abroad, have been di- and and or destroyed, to include amount type the verted 6 of assistance, of the incident and par- 7 a description and an explanation of the response of ties 8 involved, as Department of appropriate: or USAID, State the 9 Provided, such the Secretary shall ensure That 10 11 are coordinated with, and complement, the funds 12 programs of other United States Government de- 13 partments agencies and international partners and in countries and on such activities. 14 such (2) The Secretary of State shall consult with 15 16 the on Appropriations at least seven Committees days 17 to informing a government of, or pub- prior 18 lically announcing a decision on, the suspension of 19 assistance a country or a territory, including as to 20 of a result an interagency review of such assistance, 21 from funds appropriated by this Act or prior Acts the Department of State, 22 appropriations for making 23 foreign operations, and related programs. February 9, 2019 (2:13 p.m.)

724 U:\2019CONF\DivF-SFOPS.xml SEN. APPRO. 99 1 RECORDS MANAGEMENT, AND DOCUMENT REQUESTS, CYBERSECURITY PROTECTIONS 2 RELATED (a) 3 FOR DOCUMENTS.-None 7016. SEC. REQUESTS the funds appropriated or made available pursuant to 4 of to III VI of this Act shall be available through a 5 titles nongovernmental organization, including any contractor, 6 which fails 7 provide upon timely request any document, to or record necessary to the auditing requirements of 8 file, the of State and the United States Agency 9 Department for International Development. 10 (b) RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND RELATED 11 CYBERSECURITY 12 PROTECTIONS.- (1) LIMITATION.-None 13 the funds appro- of 14 priated by this Act under the headings "Diplomatic 15 P