39-008

109TH CONGRESS

Report

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

1st Session

109-84

--PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 1817, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006

May 17, 2005- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. SESSIONS, from the Committee on Rules, submitted the following

R E P O R T

[To accompany H. Res. 283]

The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration House Resolution 283, by a non-record vote, reports the same to the House with the recommendation that the resolution be adopted.

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS OF THE RESOLUTION

The resolution provides for consideration of H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006, under a structured rule. The rule provides for one hour of general debate, equally divided and controlled by the chairman and ranking minority member of the Committee on Homeland Security.

The rule waives all points of order against consideration of the bill. The rule provides that in lieu of the amendments reported by the Committees on Homeland Security, Energy and Commerce, and the Judiciary now printed in the bill, the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A of this report shall be considered as the original bill for the purpose of amendment and shall be considered as read. The rule waives all points of order against the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A of this report.

The rule makes in order only those amendments printed in part B of this report, which may be offered only in the order printed in this report, may be offered only by a Member designated in this report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in this report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, and shall not be subject to amendment or demand for division of the question in the House or in the Committee of the Whole. The rule waives all points of order against the amendments printed in part B of this report.

Finally, the rule provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

EXPLANATION OF WAIVERS

The Committee is not aware of any points of order against consideration of the bill. The waiver of all points of order against consideration of the bill is prophylactic in nature.

COMMITTEE VOTES

Pursuant to clause 3(b) of House rule XIII the results of each record vote on an amendment or motion to report, together with the names of those voting for and against, are printed below:

Rules Committee record vote No. 52

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Mr. McGovern.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Markey which requires the Secretary of DHS to conduct a terrorism risk assessment of the siting of any waterfront Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility, or of any significant expansion of an existing waterfront LNG facility, and would also require a report setting forth any recommendations for measures needed to ensure the security of the proposed facility and to mitigate any adverse consequences of a terrorist attack on the facility.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

Rules Committee record vote No. 53

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Mr. McGovern.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Markey which requires the Secretary of DHS to establish, not later than 3 years after enactment of the bill, a system to physically inspect 100% of the cargo carried on passenger planes. The system shall, at a minimum, require that the equipment, technology, and personnel used to inspect the cargo meet the same standards established to inspect passenger baggage: 35% of cargo on passenger aircraft must be inspected by the end of FY 2006; 65% by FY 2007; and 100% by FY 2008.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

Rules Committee record vote No. 54

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Mr. McGovern.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Shays which requires DHS to notify all airline passengers if the plane they are traveling on is carrying cargo that has not been inspected for explosives or other hazardous materials. Requires the notifications to begin within 90 days of passage of the Act.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

Rules Committee record vote No. 55

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Mr. Hastings of Florida.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Oberstar which enhances the security of United States railroads, passengers, working and communities served by them. Includes more than $1 billion in authorizations to safeguard our Nation's rail network, and requires the Secretary of DHS and the Secretary of Transportation to develop and implement a railroad security assessment, a railroad security plan, and prioritized recommendations for improving railroad security.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

Rules Committee record vote No. 56

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Mr. Hastings of Florida.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Thompson of Mississippi which requires the Chief Human Capital Officer of the Department of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Director of the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties of the Department, to submit a report not later than 120 days after the date of enactment to ensure representation of minorities at all levels of employment at DHS, within the Department's procurement activities, and with respect to the Centers of Excellence program.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

Rules Committee record vote No. 57

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Ms. Matsui.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Markey which provides whistleblower protections for any government, contractor, or private sector employee who is retaliated against for disclosing national or homeland security flaws to Congress, the Federal government, or their employer.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

Rules Committee record vote No. 58

Date: May 17, 2005.

Measure: H.R. 1817, Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006.

Motion by: Ms. Matsui.

Summary of motion: To make in order and provide the appropriate waivers for the amendment offered by Representative Barrow which directs DHS, in consultation with other relevant government agencies and in order to minimize duplication of effort, to promulgate regulations upgrading the security associated with transporting extremely hazardous materials. Specifies that the new security measures shall include: (a) physical security measures such as secondary containment, extra security guards and surveillance technologies; (b) pre-notification of such shipments for local authorities; (c) better coordination and communication plans involving law enforcement, first responders, and the shipping industries; (d) better training for personnel working with these shipments, and (e) re-routing of shipments of extremely hazardous materials going through areas of concern only if there is a safer alternative route available. Provides whistleblower protections for those who are retaliated against for disclosing violations of security rules/regulations.

Results: Defeated 4 to 9.

Vote by Members: Diaz-Balart--Nay; Hastings (WA)--Nay; Sessions--Nay; Putnam--Nay; Capito--Nay; Cole--Nay; Bishop--Nay; Gingrey--Nay; Slaughter--Yea; McGovern--Yea; Hastings (FL)--Yea; Matsui--Yea; Dreier--Nay.

PART A--SUMMARY OF AMENDMENT TO BE CONSIDERED AS THE ORIGINAL BILL FOR THE PURPOSE OF AMENDMENT

Provides for nearly $7 billion in authorized appropriations for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and makes other changes reflecting the provision of 500 additional Border Patrol agents through the recent Emergency War Supplemental. Deletes Section 108 as reported (relating to immigration enforcement training or state and local law enforcement). Adds a new Section 108, authorizing appropriations for 300 additional Immigration and Customs Enforcement attorneys to handle removal and related proceedings, and 300 additional immigration benefit adjudicators. Deletes Section 201 as reported (relating to DHS Terrorism Prevention Plan and Budget Analysis). Modifies Section 216 to require DHS coordination of homeland security threat analyses disseminated to State and local governments and the private sector by other Federal agencies. Modifies Section 222 to eliminate the establishment of a Homeland Security Information Requirements Board, and to, instead, require that the Joint Intelligence Community Council advise the Director of National Intelligence with respect to homeland security intelligence requirements. Modifies Section 312, creating an Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity within the Department, to eliminate the specificity of certain statutory responsibilities. Deletes Section 313, which provided a definition of cybersecurity. Adds a new Section 314, requiring support for cybersecurity R&D. Modifies Sections 321 and 322, dealing with public transportation security, with respect to the respective roles and responsibilities of the Secretaries of Homeland Security and Transportation. Modifies Section 334, dealing with the protection of information, to specify the categories of protected information. Adds a new Title IV, entitled U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), containing four sections previously passed by the House as part of last year's CBP and ICE re-authorization bill. Makes additional clarifications, and technical and conforming changes, to various sections of the bill.

PART B--SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS MADE IN ORDER

(Summaries derived from information provided by the amendment sponsor.)

1. Meek: Increases funding for the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General to $200 million. (10 minutes)

2. Cox/Sensenbrenner: Authorizes $40,000,000 to be appropriated for FY 2006 to reimburse States and localities for the costs associated with having State and local law enforcement trained and certified by DHS' Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to enforce Federal immigration laws. (20 minutes)

3. Kennedy (RI): Intended to ensure that in replacing the color-coded terror alert system as required by the bill, that DHS draws on expertise in how to best communicate risk to the public, including expertise from a relevant Center for Excellence funded by the Department. (10 minutes)

4. Bartonl/Dingell: Requires the Department of Homeland Security to coordinate its activities regarding protection of critical infrastructure with `other relevant Federal agencies'. (10 minutes)

5. Johnson (TX), E.B.: Authorizes not more that $5,000,000 in grants for the National Medical Preparedness Consortium to standardize training, national health care policies, and standards of care for emergency medical professionals to prepare for mass casualties resulting from a terrorist event involving WMD. (10 minutes)

6. Ehlers: Changes the `30 minute rule' that requires passengers on commercial flights into and out of Washington Reagan National Airport (DCA) to remain seated for 30 minutes by reducing that time to 15 minutes. Permits the Secretary of DHS to decrease the time even more. Also prohibits the pilot from diverting a flight from DCA for a violation of the seating rule unless he or she determines the actions to be a threat to the security of passengers or the aircraft. (10 minutes)

7. DeFazio/Mica: Makes improvements to the Federal Flight Deck Officers (FFDO) Program including increasing access to initial and recurrent training for FFDO's by establishing qualification standards, exploring the possibility of alternate sites for training, and ensuring that the training be provided at no cost to the pilot. Also requires the Secretary to establish a secure means for TSA personnel to communicate with FFDO's in support of their mission, issue badges to FFDO's within 180 days, set up a process by which pilots can appeal a TSA decision to revoke a FFDO's status, establish a pilot program to allow FFDO's to carry their weapon, and encourage the President to pursue international agreements that will allow the use of FFDO's on international flights. (10 minutes)

8. Cardin: Adds the Information Assurance Directorate of the National Security Agency (NSA) to the list of Federal agencies that the DHS Under Secretary for Science and Technology shall coordinate with on cybersecurity research and development activities. (10 minutes)

9. Slaughter: Improves pre-clearance border crossing programs, including NEXUS, FAST, and SENTRI. Authorizes the creation of four U.S. enrollment centers and customer service number, merges the requirements of the NEXUS air and land cards. (10 minutes)

10. Souder: Makes the Customs and Border Protection's Office of Air and Marine Operations the lead DHS agency to conduct airspace security around the Nation's Capitol and for special events of national significance. Also calls for a report within 90 days from DHS that identifies the facility, asset, and personnel requirements to fulfill the airspace security mission. (10 minutes)

11. Wamp: Permits Department of Energy laboratories to team up with a university or consortium of universities when competing for Department of Homeland Security's Centers for Excellence. (10 minutes)

12. Menendez: Requires the Secretary of DHS to report to Congress on how to coordinate and protect the various infrastructure in the area between Port Elizabeth and Newark International Airport, New Jersey. (10 minutes)

13. Hooley: Prohibits any of the money in the DHS authorization bill to come from an increase in airline ticket taxes. (10 minutes)

14. Cardin: Requires DHS to conduct a study of the feasibility and desirability of expanding the `National Capitol Region' (NCR) area beyond its existing boundaries, which were set in 1952. DHS would study whether an expanded NCR would promote coordination between State, regional, and local government and the ability of the Federal, State, and local governments to prevent and respond to a terrorist attack within the NCR. (10 minutes)

15. Slaughter: Requires the Secretary of DHS to report to Congress within 6 months of the enactment of the bill on its efforts to (1) reduce the imitation of badges, identification, uniforms, or other insignia used by any officer of DHS; (2) improve the design of the various forms of DHS identification to prevent illegal replication; (3) increase public awareness of imitation forms of Homeland Security identification; (4) teach the public to identify authentic Homeland Security identification; (5) assess the effectiveness of their efforts; and (6) recommend any legislation or administrative actions necessary to achieve their objectives. (10 minutes)

16. Kennedy (MN): Requires the Secretary to carry out an Advanced Technology Northern Border Security Pilot Program authorized in the National Intelligence Reform Act of 2004. Also requires the Secretary to carry out a study on border surveillance of the northern border of the United States by remotely piloted vehicles. (10 minutes)

17. Jackson-Lee/Conyers: Instructs GAO to conduct a study examining the impact of an increase in Temporary Protected Status (TPS) application fees on the nationals of countries for which TPS is available and the differential in cost between the current statutory fee and the cost-based fee proposed by Customs and Immigration Services. Instructs GAO to conduct a study on the premium processing fee system and its possible application to individuals and their families. (10 minutes)

18. Norwood: Clarifies the existing authority of State and local enforcement personnel to apprehend, detain, remove, and transport illegal aliens in the routine course of duty. Also requires DHS to establish a training manual on this matter and set forth simple guidelines for making that training available. (20 minutes).

19. Baca: Requires the Secretary of DHS to fulfill the agency's reporting obligations under Section 461 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002. Section 461 requires the agency to report to Congress in 1 year, in consultation with a Technology Advisory Committee, on the feasibility of establishing an on-line filing and processing system for immigration applications. (10 minutes)

20. Jackson-Lee: Calls for the Secretary of Homeland Security to submit a report to Congress on: the number and types of border violence activities that have occurred; the types of activities involved; a description of the categories of victims that exist; and a description of the steps that DHS is taking and any plan that the Department had formulated to prevent these activities. (10 minutes)

21. Manzullo: Strengthens the `Buy American Act' and restores the original intent that more than 50% of the components in end products purchased by DHS shall be mined, produced, or manufactured inside the United States. (10 minutes)

22. Putnam: Allows FEMA reimbursements for funeral expenses only if the death was determined by a medical examiner to be caused by a natural disaster. (10 minutes)

23. Souder: Extends the current authorization of appropriations for the Office of Counternarcotics Enforcement at DHS to fiscal year 2006. (10 minutes)

24. Thompson (MS): Amendment in the nature of a substitute. Authorizes $6.9 billion over H.R. 1817 in homeland security funding. Also includes a number of policy proposals to close security gaps and to restructure DHS. (40 minutes)

PART A--TEXT OF AMENDMENT TO BE CONSIDERED AS THE ORIGINAL BILL FOR THE PURPOSE OF AMENDMENT

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Sec. 1. Short title.
Sec. 2. Table of contents.
TITLE I--AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
Sec. 101. Department of Homeland Security.
Sec. 102. Customs and border protection; border patrol agents.
Sec. 103. Departmental management and operations.
Sec. 104. Critical infrastructure grants.
Sec. 105. Research and development.
Sec. 106. Border and transportation security.
Sec. 107. State and local terrorism preparedness.
Sec. 108. Immigration resources.
TITLE II--TERRORISM PREVENTION, INFORMATION SHARING, AND RISK ASSESSMENT
Subtitle A--Terrorism Prevention
Sec. 201. Consolidated background check process.Subtitle B--Homeland Security Information Sharing and Analysis Enhancement
Sec. 211. Short title.
Sec. 212. Provision of terrorism-related information to private sector officials.
Sec. 213. Analytic expertise on the threats from biological agents and nuclear weapons.
Sec. 214. Alternative analysis of homeland security information.
Sec. 215. Assignment of information analysis and infrastructure protection functions.
Sec. 216. Coordination of homeland security threat analysis provided to non-Federal officials.
Sec. 217. 9/11 Memorial Homeland Security Fellows Program.
Sec. 218. Access to nuclear terrorism-related information.
Sec. 219. Access of Assistant Secretary for Information Analysis to terrorism information.
Sec. 220. Administration of the Homeland Security Information Network.
Sec. 221. IAIP personnel recruitment.
Sec. 222. Homeland Security Information Requirements.
Sec. 223. Homeland Security Advisory System.
Sec. 224. Use of open-source information.
Sec. 225. Full and efficient use of open-source information.
Sec. 226. Coordination with the intelligence community.
Sec. 227. Consistency with applicable Federal laws.
TITLE III--DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS AND PROTECTION
Subtitle A--Preparedness and Protection
Sec. 301. National terrorism exercise program.
Sec. 302. Technology development and transfer.
Sec. 303. Review of antiterrorism acquisitions.
Sec. 304. Center of Excellence for Border Security.
Sec. 305. Requirements relating to the Container Security Initiative (CSI).
Sec. 306. Security of maritime cargo containers.
Sec. 307. Security plan for general aviation at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Sec. 308. Interoperable communications assistance.
Sec. 309. Report to Congress on implementation of recommendations regarding protection of agriculture.
Subtitle B--Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Enhancement
Sec. 311. Short title.
Sec. 312. Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity.
Sec. 313. Cybersecurity training programs and equipment.
Sec. 314. Cybersecurity research and development.
Subtitle C--Security of public transportation systems
Sec. 321. Security best practices.
Sec. 322. Public awareness.
Subtitle D--Critical infrastructure prioritization
Sec. 331. Critical infrastructure.
Sec. 332. Security review.
Sec. 333. Implementation report.
Sec. 334. Protection of information.
TITLE IV--U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION AND U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
Sec. 401. Establishment and implementation of cost accounting system; reports.
Sec. 402. Report relating to One Face at the Border Initiative.
Sec. 403. Customs services.
Sec. 404. Sense of Congress on interpretation of textile and apparel provisions.
TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS
Sec. 501. Border security and enforcement coordination and operations.
Sec. 502. GAO report to Congress.
Sec. 503. Plan to reduce wait times.
Sec. 504. Denial of transportation security card.
Sec. 505. Transfer of existing Customs Patrol Officers unit and establishment of new CPO units in the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Sec. 506. Data collection on use of immigration consultants.
Sec. 507. Office for State and local government coordination.
Sec. 508. Authority of other Federal agencies unaffected.

TITLE I--AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS

SEC. 101. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY.

SEC. 102. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION; BORDER PATROL AGENTS.

SEC. 103. DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS.

SEC. 104. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANTS.

SEC. 105. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

SEC. 106. BORDER AND TRANSPORTATION SECURITY.

SEC. 107. STATE AND LOCAL TERRORISM PREPAREDNESS.

SEC. 108. IMMIGRATION RESOURCES.

TITLE II--TERRORISM PREVENTION, INFORMATION SHARING, AND RISK ASSESSMENT

Subtitle A--Terrorism Prevention

SEC. 201. CONSOLIDATED BACKGROUND CHECK PROCESS.

Subtitle B--Homeland Security Information Sharing and Analysis Enhancement

SEC. 211. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 212. PROVISION OF TERRORISM-RELATED INFORMATION TO PRIVATE SECTOR OFFICIALS.

SEC. 213. ANALYTIC EXPERTISE ON THE THREATS FROM BIOLOGICAL AGENTS AND NUCLEAR WEAPONS.

SEC. 214. ALTERNATIVE ANALYSIS OF HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION.

`SEC. 203. ALTERNATIVE ANALYSIS OF HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION.

`Sec. 203. Alternative analysis of homeland security information.'.

SEC. 215. ASSIGNMENT OF INFORMATION ANALYSIS AND INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION FUNCTIONS.

SEC. 216. COORDINATION OF HOMELAND SECURITY THREAT ANALYSIS PROVIDED TO NON-FEDERAL OFFICIALS.

`SEC. 104. COORDINATION OF HOMELAND SECURITY THREAT ANALYSIS PROVIDED TO NON-FEDERAL OFFICIALS.

`Sec. 104. Coordination of homeland security threat analysis provided to non-Federal officials.'.

SEC. 217. 9/11 MEMORIAL HOMELAND SECURITY FELLOWS PROGRAM.

`SEC. 204. 9/11 MEMORIAL HOMELAND SECURITY FELLOWS PROGRAM.

`Sec. 204. 9/11 Memorial Homeland Security Fellows Program.'.

SEC. 218. ACCESS TO NUCLEAR TERRORISM-RELATED INFORMATION.

SEC. 219. ACCESS OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR INFORMATION ANALYSIS TO TERRORISM INFORMATION.

SEC. 220. ADMINISTRATION OF THE HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION NETWORK.

SEC. 221. IAIP PERSONNEL RECRUITMENT.

`Sec. 9702. Recruitment bonuses

`Sec. 9703. Reemployed annuitants

`Sec. 9704. Regulations

`9702. Recruitment bonuses.
`9703. Reemployed annuitants.
`9704. Regulations.'.

SEC. 222. HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS.

SEC. 223. HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY SYSTEM.

`SEC. 205. HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY SYSTEM.

`Sec. 205. Homeland Security Advisory System.'.

SEC. 224. USE OF OPEN-SOURCE INFORMATION.

SEC. 225. FULL AND EFFICIENT USE OF OPEN-SOURCE INFORMATION.

`SEC. 206. FULL AND EFFICIENT USE OF OPEN-SOURCE INFORMATION.

`Sec. 206. Full and efficient use of open-source information.'.

SEC. 226. COORDINATION WITH THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.

SEC. 227. CONSISTENCY WITH APPLICABLE FEDERAL LAWS.

TITLE III--DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS AND PROTECTION

Subtitle A--Preparedness and Protection

SEC. 301. NATIONAL TERRORISM EXERCISE PROGRAM.

`Subtitle J--Terrorism Preparedness Exercises

`SEC. 899a. NATIONAL TERRORISM EXERCISE PROGRAM.

`Subtitle J--Terrorism Preparedness Exercises
`Sec. 899a. National terrorism exercise program.'.

SEC. 302. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER.

SEC. 303. REVIEW OF ANTITERRORISM ACQUISITIONS.

SEC. 304. CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR BORDER SECURITY.

SEC. 305. REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE CONTAINER SECURITY INITIATIVE (CSI).

SEC. 306. SECURITY OF MARITIME CARGO CONTAINERS.

SEC. 307. SECURITY PLAN FOR GENERAL AVIATION AT RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT.

SEC. 308. INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANCE.

SEC. 309. REPORT TO CONGRESS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURE.

Subtitle B--Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Enhancement

SEC. 311. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 312. ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR CYBERSECURITY.

SEC. 313. CYBERSECURITY TRAINING PROGRAMS AND EQUIPMENT.

SEC. 314. CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

`SEC. 314. CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

Subtitle C--Security of Public Transportation Systems

SEC. 321. SECURITY BEST PRACTICES.

SEC. 322. PUBLIC AWARENESS.

Subtitle D--Critical Infrastructure Prioritization

SEC. 331. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE.

SEC. 332. SECURITY REVIEW.

SEC. 333. IMPLEMENTATION REPORT.

SEC. 334. PROTECTION OF INFORMATION.

TITLE IV--U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION AND U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT

SEC. 401. ESTABLISHMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COST ACCOUNTING SYSTEM; REPORTS.

`SEC. 334. ESTABLISHMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COST ACCOUNTING SYSTEM; REPORTS.

SEC. 402. REPORT RELATING TO ONE FACE AT THE BORDER INITIATIVE.

SEC. 403. CUSTOMS SERVICES.

SEC. 404. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON INTERPRETATION OF TEXTILE AND APPAREL PROVISIONS.

TITLE V--MISCELLANEOUS

SEC. 501. BORDER SECURITY AND ENFORCEMENT COORDINATION AND OPERATIONS.

SEC. 502. GAO REPORT TO CONGRESS.

SEC. 503. PLAN TO REDUCE WAIT TIMES.

SEC. 504. DENIAL OF TRANSPORTATION SECURITY CARD.

SEC. 505. TRANSFER OF EXISTING CUSTOMS PATROL OFFICERS UNIT AND ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW CPO UNITS IN THE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT.

SEC. 506. DATA COLLECTION ON USE OF IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS.

SEC. 507. OFFICE FOR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT COORDINATION.

`Sec. 801. Office for State, Local, and Tribal Government Coordination.'.

SEC. 508. AUTHORITY OF OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES UNAFFECTED.

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PART B--TEXT OF AMENDMENTS MADE IN ORDER

1. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE MEEK OF FLORIDA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 109. AUTHORIZATION FOR OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL.

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2. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE COX OF CALIFORNIA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 20 MINUTES

SEC. 109. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR TRAINING OF STATE AND LOCAL PERSONNEL PERFORMING IMMIGRATION FUNCTIONS.

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3. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE KENNEDY OF RHODE ISLAND, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

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4. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE BARTON OF TEXAS, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

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5. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE E.B. JOHNSON OF TEXAS, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 310. NATIONAL MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS CONSORTIUM.

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6. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE EHLERS OF MICHIGAN, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 310. COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS TO AND FROM RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT.

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7. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE DEFAZIO OF OREGON, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 310. FEDERAL FLIGHT DECK OFFICERS.

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8. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE CARDIN OF MARYLAND, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

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9. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE SLAUGHTER OF NEW YORK, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 405. IMPROVING SENTRI, FAST, AND NEXUS PRE-ENROLLMENT PROGRAMS.

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10. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE SOUDER OF INDIANA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 405. LEAD AGENCY FOR CERTAIN AIRSPACE SECURITY.

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11. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE WAMP OF TENNESSEE, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE.

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12. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE MENENDEZ OF NEW JERSEY, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. XX. REPORT ON PROTECTING INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE AREA OF PORT ELIZABETH AND NEWARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NEW JERSEY.

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13. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE HOOLEY OF OREGON, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. PROHIBITION AGAINST INCREASE IN SECURITY SERVICE FEES.

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14. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE CARDIN OF MARYLAND, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 508. STUDY OF MODIFICATION OF AREA OF JURISDICTION OF OFFICE OF NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION COORDINATION.

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15. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE SLAUGHTER OF NEW YORK, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. REPORT TO CONGRESS ON UNIFORM AND IDENTIFICATION SECURITY.

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16. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE KENNEDY OF MINNESOTA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. BORDER SURVEILLANCE.

SEC. 510. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY NORTHER BORDER SECURITY PILOT PROGRAM.

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17. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE JACKSON-LEE OF TEXAS, OR HER DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. GAO STUDY OF PROPOSALS TO INCREASE TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS REGISTRATION FEE.

SEC. 510. GAO STUDY OF CONSEQUENCES OF EXPANDING USE OF PREMIUM SERVICE FOR IMMIGRATION BENEFIT APPLICATIONS AND PETITIONS.

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18. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE NORWOOD OF GEORGIA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 20 MINUTES

SEC. 509. FEDERAL AFFIRMATION OF ASSISTANCE IN IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT BY STATES AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS.

SEC. 510. TRAINING OF STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL IN ENFORCEMENT OF IMMIGRATION LAWS.

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19. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE BACA OF CALIFORNIA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. APPLICATION OF INTERNET-BASED TECHNOLOGIES.

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20. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE JACKSON-LEE OF TEXAS OR HER DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 407. REPORT ON BORDER VIOLENCE.

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21. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE MANZULLO OF ILLINOIS, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. BUY AMERICAN REQUIREMENT FOR PROCUREMENTS OF GOODS CONTAINING COMPONENTS.

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22. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE PUTNAM OF FLORIDA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. 509. DISASTER ASSISTANCE FOR FUNERAL EXPENSES.

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23. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE SOUDER OF INDIANA, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 10 MINUTES

SEC. XXX. EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR OFFICE OF COUNTERNARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT AT DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY.

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24. AN AMENDMENT TO BE OFFERED BY REPRESENTATIVE THOMPSON OF MISSISSIPPI, OR HIS DESIGNEE, TO BE DEBATABLE FOR 40 MINUTES

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Sec. 1. Short title.
Sec. 2. Table of contents.
TITLE I--AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
Sec. 101. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 102. Departmental management and operations.
Sec. 103. Information analysis and infrastructure protection.
Sec. 104. Science and technology.
Sec. 105. Security enforcement and investigations.
Sec. 106. Emergency preparedness and response.
Sec. 107. Office of the Inspector General.
TITLE II--9/11 REFORM BILL ACCOUNTABILITY
Sec. 201. Report on budget request for programs authorized by Public Law 108-458.
TITLE III--SECURING OUR ENTIRE BORDER ALL THE TIME, EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK
Subtitle A--Securing Our Land Borders
Sec. 301. Land border security strategy.
Sec. 302. Deployment of surveillance systems along U.S.-Mexico border.
Sec. 303. Creation of northern and southern border coordinators.
Sec. 304. Smart border accord implementation.
Sec. 305. Requiring a vulnerability assessment of land ports of entry.
Sec. 306. Study to determine appropriate level and allocation of personnel at ports of entry and border patrol sectors.
Sec. 307. Assessment of study by Comptroller General.
Sec. 308. Authorization of appropriations for increase in full-time Border Patrol agents.
Sec. 309. Border Patrol unit for Virgin Islands.
Sec. 310. Requiring report on the `One Face at the Border Initiative'.
Subtitle B--CIS Workflow Study
Sec. 311. CIS workflow, technology, and staffing assessment.
Subtitle C--Report On Border Violence
Sec. 321. Studies related to feasibility and cost of locating and removing eight million undocumented aliens from United States.
Subtitle D--Center of Excellence on Border Security
Sec. 331. Center of Excellence on Border Security.
TITLE IV--SECURING CHEMICAL PLANTS AND OTHER CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Subtitle A--Chemical Security Improvement
Sec. 411. Short title.
Sec. 412. Definitions.
Sec. 413. Vulnerability assessments and site security plans.
Sec. 414. Whistleblower protection.
Sec. 415. Alternative approaches.
Sec. 416. Enforcement.
Sec. 417. Interagency technical support and cooperation.
Sec. 418. Penalties.
Sec. 419. Protection of information.
Sec. 420. No effect on requirements under other law.
Subtitle B--Critical infrastructure prioritization
Sec. 421. Critical infrastructure.
Sec. 422. Security review.
Sec. 423. Implementation report.
TITLE V--SECURING AIRPORTS, BAGGAGE, AND AIR CARGO
Subtitle A--Prohibition Against Increase In Security Service Fees
Sec. 501. Prohibition against increase in security service fees.
Subtitle B--Aviation Security
Sec. 511. Federal flight deck officers.
Sec. 512. Letters of intent.
Sec. 513. Aviation security capital fund.
Sec. 514. Airport checkpoint screening explosive detection.
Sec. 515. Flight communications.
Sec. 516. Airport Site Access and Perimeter Security.
Sec. 517. MANPAD countermeasure research.
Sec. 518. Air charter and general aviation operations at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Sec. 519. Inspection of cargo carried aboard commercial aircraft.
TITLE VI--SECURING TRAINS ACROSS AMERICA
Subtitle A--Public Transit Security
Sec. 601. Short title.
Sec. 602. Homeland security public transportation grants.
Sec. 603. Training exercises.
Sec. 604. Security best practices.
Sec. 605. Public awareness.
Sec. 606. National Transportation Security Centers.
Sec. 607. Whistleblower protections.
Sec. 608. Definition.
Sec. 609. Memorandum of agreement.Subtitle B--Rail Security
Sec. 611. Short title.
Chapter 1--Railroad Security
Sec. 621. Railroad transportation security.
Sec. 622. Freight and passenger rail security upgrades.
Sec. 623. Fire and life-safety improvements.
Sec. 624. Rail security research and development program.
Sec. 625. Rail worker security training program.
Sec. 626. Whistleblower protection.
Sec. 627. Public outreach.
Sec. 628. Passenger, baggage, and cargo screening.
Sec. 629. Emergency responder training standards.
Sec. 630. Information for first responders.
Sec. 631. TSA personnel limitations.
Sec. 632. Rail safety regulations.
Sec. 633. Rail police officers.
Sec. 634. Definitions.
Chapter 2--Assistance to Families of Passengers
Sec. 641. Assistance by national transportation safety board to families of passengers involved in rail passenger accidents.
Sec. 642. Rail passenger carrier plans to address needs of families of passengers involved in rail passenger accidents.
Sec. 643. Establishment of task force.
TITLE VII--SECURING CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Sec. 701. Critical infrastructure.
Sec. 702. Security review.
Sec. 703. Implementation report.
TITLE VIII--PREVENTING A BIOLOGICAL ATTACK
Sec. 801. GAO Report of Department biological terrorism programs.
Sec. 802. Report on bio-countermeasures.
TITLE IX--PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURE
Sec. 901. Report to Congress on implementation of recommendations regarding protection of agriculture.
TITLE X--OPTIMIZING OUR SCREENING CAPABILITIES
Subtitle A--U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology Database
Sec. 1001. Interoperability of data for United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology.
Subtitle B--Studies To Improve Border Management and Immigration Security
Sec. 1011. Study on biometrics.
Sec. 1012. Study on digitizing immigration benefit applications.
Sec. 1013. Study on elimination of arrival/departure paper forms.
Sec. 1014. Cataloguing immigration applications by biometric.
TITLE XI--SECURING CYBERSPACE AND HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO PREVENT DISASTER
Subtitle A--Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Enhancement
Sec. 1101. Short title.
Sec. 1102. Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity.
Sec. 1103. Cybersecurity training programs and equipment.
Sec. 1104. Cybersecurity research and development.
Subtitle B--Coordination with National Intelligence Director
Sec. 1111. Identification and implementation of technologies that improve sharing of information with the National Intelligence Director.
Subtitle C--Cybersecurity Research
Sec. 1121. Support of basic cybersecurity research.
Subtitle D--Cybersecurity Training and Equipment
Sec. 1131. Cybersecurity training programs and equipment.
TITLE XII--HELPING FIRST RESPONDERS GET THEIR JOB DONE
Subtitle A--Communications Interoperability
Sec. 1201. Interoperable communications technology grant program.
Sec. 1202. Study reviewing communication equipment interoperability.
Sec. 1203. Prevention of delay in reassignment of dedicated spectrum for public safety purposes.
Subtitle B--Homeland Security Terrorism Exercises
Sec. 1211. Short title.
Sec. 1212. National terrorism exercise program.
Subtitle C--Citizenship Preparedness
Sec. 1221. Findings.
Sec. 1222. Purposes.
Sec. 1223. Citizens Corps; Private sector preparedness.
Subtitle D--Emergency Medical Services
Sec. 1231. Emergency Medical Services Administration.
Sec. 1232. Sense of Congress.
Subtitle E--Lessons Learned Information Sharing System
Sec. 1241. Lessons learned, best practices, and corrective action.
Subtitle F--Technology Transfer Clearinghouse
Sec. 1251. Short title.
Sec. 1252. Technology development and transfer.
Subtitle G--Metropolitan Medical Response System
Sec. 1261. Metropolitan Medical Response System; authorization of appropriations.
TITLE XIII--FIGHTING DOMESTIC TERRORISM
Sec. 1301. Advisory Committee on Domestic Terrorist Organizations.
TITLE XIV--CREATING A DIVERSE AND MANAGEABLE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
Subtitle A--Authorities of Privacy Officer
Sec. 1401. Authorities of Privacy Officer.
Subtitle B--Ensuring Diversity In Department of Homeland Security Programs
Sec. 1411. Annual reports relating to employment of covered persons.
Sec. 1412. Procurement.
Sec. 1413. Centers of Excellence Program.
Subtitle C--Protection of Certain Employee Rights
Sec. 1421. Provisions to protect certain employee rights.
Subtitle D--Whistleblower Protections
Sec. 1431. Whistleblower protections.
Subtitle E--Authority of Chief Information Officer
Sec. 1441. Authority of Chief Information Officer.
Subtitle F--Authorization for Office of Inspector General
Sec. 1451. Authorization for Office of Inspector General.
Subtitle G--Regional office
Sec. 1461. Colocated regional offices.
Subtitle H--DHS Terrorism Prevention Plan
Sec. 1471. Short title.
Sec. 1472. Department of Homeland Security Terrorism Prevention Plan.
Sec. 1473. Annual crosscutting analysis of proposed funding for Department of Homeland Security programs.
Subtitle I--Tribal Security
Sec. 1481. Office of Tribal Security.
TITLE XVX--SECURING OUR PORTS AND COASTLINES FROM TERRORIST ATTACK
Sec. 1501. Security of maritime cargo containers.
Sec. 1502. Study on port risks.
TITLE XVI--AUTHORITY OF OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES
Sec. 1601. Authority of other Federal agencies unaffected.

TITLE I--AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS

SEC. 101. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

SEC. 102. DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS.

SEC. 103. INFORMATION ANALYSIS AND INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION.

SEC. 104. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.

SEC. 105. SECURITY ENFORCEMENT AND INVESTIGATIONS.

SEC. 106. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE.

SEC. 107. OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL.

TITLE II--9/11 REFORM BILL ACCOUNTABILITY

SEC. 201. REPORT ON BUDGET REQUEST FOR PROGRAMS AUTHORIZED BY PUBLIC LAW 108-458.

TITLE III--SECURING OUR ENTIRE BORDER ALL THE TIME, EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK

Subtitle A--Securing Our Land Borders

SEC. 301. LAND BORDER SECURITY STRATEGY.

SEC. 302. DEPLOYMENT OF SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS ALONG U.S.-MEXICO BORDER.

SEC. 303. CREATION OF NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN BORDER COORDINATORS.

`SEC. 431. BORDER COORDINATORS.

`431. Border coordinators.'.

SEC. 304. SMART BORDER ACCORD IMPLEMENTATION.

SEC. 305. REQUIRING A VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF LAND PORTS OF ENTRY.

SEC. 306. STUDY TO DETERMINE APPROPRIATE LEVEL AND ALLOCATION OF PERSONNEL AT PORTS OF ENTRY AND BORDER PATROL SECTORS.

SEC. 307. ASSESSMENT OF STUDY BY COMPTROLLER GENERAL.

SEC. 308. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR INCREASE IN FULL-TIME BORDER PATROL AGENTS.

SEC. 309. BORDER PATROL UNIT FOR VIRGIN ISLANDS.

SEC. 310. REQUIRING REPORT ON THE `ONE FACE AT THE BORDER INITIATIVE'.

Subtitle B--CIS Workflow Study

SEC. 311. CIS WORKFLOW, TECHNOLOGY, AND STAFFING ASSESSMENT.

Subtitle C--Report on Border Violence

SEC. 321. STUDIES RELATED TO FEASIBILITY AND COST OF LOCATING AND REMOVING EIGHT MILLION UNDOCUMENTED ALIENS FROM UNITED STATES.

Subtitle D--Center of Excellence on Border Security

SEC. 331. CENTER OF EXCELLENCE ON BORDER SECURITY.

TITLE IV--SECURING CHEMICAL PLANTS AND OTHER CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Subtitle A--Chemical Security Improvement

SEC. 411. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 412. DEFINITIONS.

SEC. 413. VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND SITE SECURITY PLANS.

SEC. 414. WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION.

SEC. 415. ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES.

SEC. 416. ENFORCEMENT.

SEC. 417. INTERAGENCY TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND COOPERATION.

SEC. 418. PENALTIES.

SEC. 419. PROTECTION OF INFORMATION.

SEC. 420. NO EFFECT ON REQUIREMENTS UNDER OTHER LAW.

Subtitle B--Critical Infrastructure Prioritization

SEC. 421. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE.

SEC. 422. SECURITY REVIEW.

SEC. 423. IMPLEMENTATION REPORT.

TITLE V--SECURING AIRPORTS, BAGGAGE, AND AIR CARGO

Subtitle A--Prohibition Against Increase in Security Service Fees

SEC. 501. PROHIBITION AGAINST INCREASE IN SECURITY SERVICE FEES.

Subtitle B--Aviation Security

SEC. 511. FEDERAL FLIGHT DECK OFFICERS.

SEC. 512. LETTERS OF INTENT.

SEC. 513. AVIATION SECURITY CAPITAL FUND.

SEC. 514. AIRPORT CHECKPOINT SCREENING EXPLOSIVE DETECTION.

SEC. 515. FLIGHT COMMUNICATIONS.

SEC. 516. AIRPORT SITE ACCESS AND PERIMETER SECURITY.

SEC. 517. MANPAD COUNTERMEASURE RESEARCH.

SEC. 518. AIR CHARTER AND GENERAL AVIATION OPERATIONS AT RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT.

SEC. 519. INSPECTION OF CARGO CARRIED ABOARD COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT.

TITLE VI--SECURING TRAINS ACROSS AMERICA

Subtitle A--Public Transit Security

SEC. 601. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 602. HOMELAND SECURITY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION GRANTS.

SEC. 603. TRAINING EXERCISES.

SEC. 604. SECURITY BEST PRACTICES.

SEC. 605. PUBLIC AWARENESS.

SEC. 606. NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SECURITY CENTERS.

SEC. 607. WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS.

SEC. 608. DEFINITION.

SEC. 609. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT.

Subtitle B--Rail Security

SEC. 611. SHORT TITLE.

CHAPTER 1--RAILROAD SECURITY

SEC. 621. RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION SECURITY.

SEC. 622. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RAIL SECURITY UPGRADES.

SEC. 623. FIRE AND LIFE-SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS.

SEC. 624. RAIL SECURITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM.

SEC. 625. RAIL WORKER SECURITY TRAINING PROGRAM.

SEC. 626. WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION.

`Sec. 20116. Whistleblower protection for railroad security matters

`20116. Whistleblower protection for railroad security matters.'.'

SEC. 627. PUBLIC OUTREACH.

SEC. 628. PASSENGER, BAGGAGE, AND CARGO SCREENING.

SEC. 629. EMERGENCY RESPONDER TRAINING STANDARDS.

SEC. 630. INFORMATION FOR FIRST RESPONDERS.

SEC. 631. TSA PERSONNEL LIMITATIONS.

SEC. 632. RAIL SAFETY REGULATIONS.

SEC. 633. RAIL POLICE OFFICERS.

SEC. 634. DEFINITIONS.

CHAPTER 2--ASSISTANCE TO FAMILIES OF PASSENGERS

SEC. 641. ASSISTANCE BY NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD TO FAMILIES OF PASSENGERS INVOLVED IN RAIL PASSENGER ACCIDENTS.

`Sec. 1138. Assistance to families of passengers involved in rail passenger accidents

`1138. Assistance to families of passengers invoolved in rail passenger accidents.'.

SEC. 642. RAIL PASSENGER CARRIER PLANS TO ADDRESS NEEDS OF FAMILIES OF PASSENGERS INVOLVED IN RAIL PASSENGER ACCIDENTS.

`CHAPTER 251--FAMILY ASSISTANCE

`Sec.
`25101. Plans to address needs of families of passengers involved in rail passenger accidents.

`Sec. 25101. Plans to address needs of families of passengers involved in rail passenger accidents

`251. FAMILY ASSISTANCE 25101'.

SEC. 643. ESTABLISHMENT OF TASK FORCE.

TITLE VII--SECURING CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

SEC. 701. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE.

SEC. 702. SECURITY REVIEW.

SEC. 703. IMPLEMENTATION REPORT.

TITLE VIII--PREVENTING A BIOLOGICAL ATTACK

SEC. 801. GAO REPORT OF DEPARTMENT BIOLOGICAL TERRORISM PROGRAMS.

SEC. 802. REPORT ON BIO-COUNTERMEASURES.

TITLE IX--PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURE

SEC. 901. REPORT TO CONGRESS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURE.

TITLE X--OPTIMIZING OUR SCREENING CAPABILITIES

Subtitle A--U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology Database

SEC. 1001. INTEROPERABILITY OF DATA FOR UNITED STATES VISITOR AND IMMIGRANT STATUS INDICATOR TECHNOLOGY.

Subtitle B--Studies to Improve Border Management and Immigration Security

SEC. 1011. STUDY ON BIOMETRICS.

SEC. 1012. STUDY ON DIGITIZING IMMIGRATION BENEFIT APPLICATIONS.

SEC. 1013. STUDY ON ELIMINATION OF ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE PAPER FORMS.

SEC. 1014. CATALOGUING IMMIGRATION APPLICATIONS BY BIOMETRIC.

TITLE XI--SECURING CYBERSPACE AND HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO PREVENT DISASTER

Subtitle A--Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Enhancement

SEC. 1101. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 1102. ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR CYBERSECURITY.

SEC. 1103. CYBERSECURITY TRAINING PROGRAMS AND EQUIPMENT.

SEC. 1104. CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

`SEC. 314. CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

Subtitle B--Coordination With National Intelligence Director

SEC. 1111. IDENTIFICATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNOLOGIES THAT IMPROVE SHARING OF INFORMATION WITH THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIRECTOR.

Subtitle C--Cybersecurity Research

SEC. 1121. SUPPORT OF BASIC CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH.

`SEC. 314. SUPPORT OF BASIC CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH.

`Sec. 314. Support of basic cybersecurity research.'.

Subtitle D--Cybersecurity Training and Equipment

SEC. 1131. CYBERSECURITY TRAINING PROGRAMS AND EQUIPMENT.

TITLE XII--HELPING FIRST RESPONDERS GET THEIR JOB DONE

Subtitle A--Communications Interoperability

SEC. 1201. INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY GRANT PROGRAM.

SEC. 1202. STUDY REVIEWING COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT INTEROPERABILITY.

SEC. 1203. PREVENTION OF DELAY IN REASSIGNMENT OF DEDICATED SPECTRUM FOR PUBLIC SAFETY PURPOSES.

Subtitle B--Homeland Security Terrorism Exercises

SEC. 1211. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 1212. NATIONAL TERRORISM EXERCISE PROGRAM.

`Subtitle J--Terrorism Preparedness Exercises

`SEC. 899a. NATIONAL TERRORISM EXERCISE PROGRAM.

`Subtitle J--Terrorism Preparedness Exercises
`Sec. 899a. National terrorism exercise program.'.

Subtitle C--Citizenship Preparedness

SEC. 1221. FINDINGS.

SEC. 1222. PURPOSES.

SEC. 1223. CITIZENS CORPS; PRIVATE SECTOR PREPAREDNESS.

`SEC. 104. CITIZEN CORPS AUTHORIZATION.

`SEC. 105. PRIVATE SECTOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM.

Subtitle D--Emergency Medical Services

SEC. 1231. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION.

`SEC. 510. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION.

`Sec. 510. Emergency Medical Services Administration.'.

SEC. 1232. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

Subtitle E--Lessons Learned Information Sharing System

SEC. 1241. LESSONS LEARNED, BEST PRACTICES, AND CORRECTIVE ACTION.

Subtitle F--Technology Transfer Clearinghouse

SEC. 1251. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 1252. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER.

Subtitle G--Metropolitan Medical Response System

SEC. 1261. METROPOLITAN MEDICAL RESPONSE SYSTEM; AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

TITLE XIII--FIGHTING DOMESTIC TERRORISM

SEC. 1301. ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS.

`SEC. 104. ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS.

`Sec. 104. Advisory Committee on Domestic Terrorist Organizations.'.

TITLE XIV--CREATING A DIVERSE AND MANAGEABLE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Subtitle A--Authorities of Privacy Officer

SEC. 1401. AUTHORITIES OF PRIVACY OFFICER.

Subtitle B--Ensuring Diversity in Department of Homeland Security Programs

SEC. 1411. ANNUAL REPORTS RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT OF COVERED PERSONS.

SEC. 1412. PROCUREMENT.

SEC. 1413. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAM.

Subtitle C--Protection of Certain Employee Rights

SEC. 1421. PROVISIONS TO PROTECT CERTAIN EMPLOYEE RIGHTS.

Subtitle D--Whistleblower Protections

SEC. 1431. WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS.

Subtitle E--Authority of Chief Information Officer

SEC. 1441. AUTHORITY OF CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER.

Subtitle F--Authorization for Office of Inspector General

SEC. 1451. AUTHORIZATION FOR OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL.

Subtitle G--Regional Office

SEC. 1461. COLOCATED REGIONAL OFFICES.

Subtitle H--DHS Terrorism Prevention Plan

SEC. 1471. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 1472. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY TERRORISM PREVENTION PLAN.

SEC. 1473. ANNUAL CROSSCUTTING ANALYSIS OF PROPOSED FUNDING FOR DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAMS.

Subtitle I--Tribal Security

SEC. 1481. OFFICE OF TRIBAL SECURITY.

`SEC. 802. OFFICE OF TRIBAL SECURITY.

`Sec. 802. Office of Tribal Security.'.

TITLE XV--SECURING OUR PORTS AND COASTLINES FROM TERRORIST ATTACK

SEC. 1501. SECURITY OF MARITIME CARGO CONTAINERS.

SEC. 1502. STUDY ON PORT RISKS.

TITLE XVI--AUTHORITY OF OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES

SEC. 1601. AUTHORITY OF OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES UNAFFECTED.