Under clause 6 of rule XXIII, proposed amendments were submitted as follows:
Amendment No. 3: In title III of the bill, add at the end the following new section:
SEC. 305. ANNUAL REPORT ON INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY COOPERATION WITH DOMESTIC FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.
Not later than 90 days after the end of each fiscal year ending after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Director of Central Intelligence shall submit a report to the Congress that describes the level of cooperation and assistance provided to domestic Federal law enforcement agencies by the intelligence community during such fiscal year relating to the effort to stop the flow of illegal drugs into the United States through the United States-Mexico border and the United States-Canada border.
Amendment No. 4: At the end of title IV, add the following new section:
SEC. 404. REVIEW OF 1995 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING REQUIRING THE CIA TO REPORT TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING DRUG TRAFFICKING INVOLVING ITS FORMER OR CURRENT OFFICERS, STAFF EMPLOYEES, CONTRACT EMPLOYEES, ASSETS, OR OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY PROVIDING SERVICE TO OR ACTING ON BEHALF OF ANY AGENCY WITHIN THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.
(a) Review of 1995 Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Reporting of Information Concerning Federal Crimes: The Attorney General shall review the 1995 `Memorandum of Understanding: Reporting of Information Concerning Federal Crimes' between the Attorney General, Secretary of Defense, Director of Central Intelligence, Director of National Security Agency, Director of Defense Intelligence Agency, Assistant Secretary of State, Intelligence and Research, and Director of Office of Non-Proliferation and National Security, Department of Energy. This review shall determine whether the 1995 Memorandum of Understanding requires:
(i) Report to the Attorney General.--Whenever the Director of Central Intelligence has knowledge of facts or circumstances that reasonably indicate any former or current officers, staff employees, contract employees, assets, or other person or entity providing service to, or acting on behalf of, any agency within the intelligence community has been involved with, is involved with, or will be involved with drug trafficking or any violations of U.S. drug laws, the Director shall report such information to the Attorney General of the United States.
(ii) Duty of Intelligence Employees to Report.--Each employee of any agency within the intelligence community who has knowledge of facts or circumstances that reasonably indicate any former or current officers, staff employees, contract employees, assets, or other person or entity providing service to, or acting on behalf of, any agency within the intelligence community has been involved with, is involved with, or will be involved with drug trafficking or any violations of U.S. drug laws, shall report such information to the Director of Central Intelligence.
(b) Public Report.--Upon completion of review, the Attorney General shall publicly report its findings.
SEC. 305. PROLIFERATION REPORT.
(a) Annual Report: The Director of Central Intelligence shall submit an annual report to the Members of Congress specified in subsection (d) containing the information described in subsection (b). The first such report shall be submitted not later than 30 days after the date of the enactment of this Act and subsequent reports shall be submitted annually thereafter. Each such report shall be submitted in classified form and shall be in the detail necessary to serve as a basis for determining appropriate corrective action with respect to any transfer within the meaning of subsection (b).
(b) Identification of Foreign Entities Transferring Items or Technologies: Each report shall identify each covered entity which during the preceding 2 years transferred a controlled item to another entity for use in any of the following:
(1) A missile project of concern (as determined by the Director of Central Intelligence).
(2) Activities to develop, produce, stockpile, or deliver chemical or biological weapons.
(3) Nuclear activities in countries that do not maintain full scope International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards or equivalent full scope safeguards.
(c) Definitions: For the purposes of this section:
(1) Controlled item: (A) The term `controlled item' means any of the following items (including technology):
(i) Any item on the MTCR Annex.
(ii) An item listed for control by the Australia Group.
(iii) Any item listed for control by the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
(B) Australia group: The term `Australia Group' means the multilateral regime in which the United States participates that seeks to prevent the proliferation of chemical and biological weapons.
(C) MTCR annex: The term `MTCR Annex' has the meaning given that term in section 74 of the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2797c).
(D) Nuclear suppliers' group: The term `Nuclear Suppliers' Group' means the multilateral arrangement in which the United States participates whose purpose is to restrict the transfers of items with relevance to the nuclear fuel cycle or nuclear explosive applications.
(2) Covered entity: The term `covered entity' means a foreign person, corporation, business association, partnership, society, trust, or other nongovernmental organization or group or any government entity operating as a business. Such term includes any successor to any such entity.
(3) Missile project: (A) The term `missile project' means a project or facility for the design, development, or manufacture of a missile.
(B) The term `missile' has the meaning given that term in section 74 of the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2797c).
(d) Specified Members of Congress: The Members of Congress referred to in this subsection are the following:
(1) The chairman and ranking minority party member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
(2) The chairman and ranking minority party member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.