[House Report 116-457]
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                                                House Calendar No. 84
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116th Congress }                                          { Report
                       HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
2d Session     }                                          { 116-457
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   PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 6395) TO AUTHORIZE 
  APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021 FOR MILITARY ACTIVITIES OF THE 
   DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, TO PRESCRIBE 
   MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS FOR SUCH FISCAL YEAR, AND FOR OTHER 
 PURPOSES; PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 7027) MAKING 
ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR DISASTER RELIEF REQUIREMENTS 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2020, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; 
 PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 7327) MAKING ADDITIONAL 
 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR DISASTER RELIEF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 
  FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2020, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; AND 
PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE SENATE AMENDMENTS TO THE BILL (H.R. 
   1957) TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986 TO MODERNIZE AND 
      IMPROVE THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

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                           COMMITTEE ON RULES

                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


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                                                  House Calendar No. 84
116th Congress }                                             { Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 2d Session    }                                             { 116-457

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   PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 6395) TO AUTHORIZE 
  APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021 FOR MILITARY ACTIVITIES OF THE 
   DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, TO PRESCRIBE 
   MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS FOR SUCH FISCAL YEAR, AND FOR OTHER 
 PURPOSES; PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 7027) MAKING 
ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR DISASTER RELIEF REQUIREMENTS 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2020, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; 
 PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 7327) MAKING ADDITIONAL 
 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR DISASTER RELIEF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 
  FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2020, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; AND 
PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE SENATE AMENDMENTS TO THE BILL (H.R. 
   1957) TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986 TO MODERNIZE AND 
      IMPROVE THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

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   July 20, 2020.--Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be 
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             Mr. Perlmutter, from the Committee on Rules, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                      [To accompany H. Res. 1053]

    The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration 
House Resolution 1053, by a record vote of 8 to 3, report 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. 6395, the 
William M. (Mac) Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2021, under a structured rule. The resolution 
provides one hour of debate equally divided and controlled by 
the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Armed 
Services. The resolution waives all points of order against 
consideration of the bill. The resolution provides that an 
amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text 
of Rules Committee Print 116-57 shall be considered as adopted 
and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read. The 
resolution waives all points of order against provisions in the 
bill, as amended. Section 2 of the resolution provides that 
following debate, each further amendment printed in this report 
not earlier considered as part of amendments en bloc pursuant 
to section 3 of the resolution shall be considered 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, may be 
withdrawn by the proponent at any time before the question is 
put thereon, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not 
be subject to a demand for division of the question. Section 3 
of the resolution provides that at any time after debate the 
chair of the Committee on Armed Services or his designee may 
offer amendments en bloc consisting of further amendments 
printed in this report not earlier disposed of. Amendments en 
bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 30 
minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking 
minority member of the Committee on Armed Services or their 
designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be 
subject to a demand for division of the question. The 
resolution waives all points of order against the amendments 
printed in this report and amendments en bloc described in 
section 3 of the resolution. The resolution provides one motion 
to recommit with or without instructions. The resolution 
provides for consideration of H.R. 7027, the Child Care Is 
Essential Act, under a closed rule. The resolution provides one 
hour of debate equally divided among and controlled by the 
chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on 
Appropriations and the chair and ranking minority member of the 
Committee on Education and Labor.
    The resolution waives all points of order against 
consideration of the bill. The resolution provides that an 
amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text 
of Rules Committee Print 116-58 shall be considered as adopted 
and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read. The 
resolution waives all points of order against provisions in the 
bill, as amended. The resolution provides that clause 2(e) of 
rule XXI shall not apply during consideration of the bill.
    The resolution provides for one motion to recommit with or 
without instructions. The resolution provides for consideration 
of H.R. 7327, the Child Care for Economic Recovery Act, under a 
closed rule. The resolution provides one hour of debate equally 
divided among and controlled by the chair and ranking minority 
member of the Committee on Appropriations and the chair and 
ranking minority member of the Committee on Ways and Means. The 
resolution waives all points of order against consideration of 
the bill. The resolution provides that the bill shall be 
considered as read.
    The resolution waives all points of order against 
provisions in the bill. The resolution provides that clause 
2(e) of rule XXI shall not apply during consideration of the 
bill.
    The resolution provides one motion to recommit. The 
resolution provides for consideration of the Senate amendments 
to H.R. 1957, the Great American Outdoors Act. The resolutions 
makes in order a single motion offered by the chair of the 
Committee on Natural Resources or his designee that the House 
concur in the Senate amendments.
    The resolution provides one hour of debate on the motion 
equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking 
minority member of the Committee on Natural Resources.
    The resolution waives all points of order against 
consideration of the motion and provides that it shall not be 
subject to a demand for division of the question. The 
resolution provides that the Senate amendments and the motion 
shall be considered as read.
    The resolution amends H. Res. 967, agreed to May 15, 2020 
(as amended by House Resolution 1017, agreed to June 25, 2020):
    (1) in section 4, by striking ``July 31, 2020'' and 
inserting ``September 21, 2020'';
    (2) in section 11, by striking ``legislative day of July 
31, 2020'' and inserting ``calendar day of September 20, 
2020''; and
    (3) in section 12, by striking ``July 31, 2020'' and 
inserting ``September 21, 2020''.

                         EXPLANATION OF WAIVERS

    The waiver of all points of order against consideration of 
H.R. 6395 includes waivers of the following:
           Clause 3(e)(1) of rule XIII, which requires 
        the inclusion of a comparative print for a bill 
        proposing to repeal or amend a statute.
           Clause 12(a) of rule XXI, which prohibits 
        consideration of a bill unless there is a searchable 
        electronic comparative print that shows how the bill 
        proposes to change current law.
    The waiver of all points of order against provisions in 
H.R. 6395, as amended, includes a waiver of clause 4 of rule 
XXI, which prohibits reporting a bill carrying an appropriation 
from a committee not having jurisdiction to report an 
appropriation.
    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
the amendments printed in this report or against amendments en 
bloc described in Section 3 of the resolution, the Committee is 
not aware of any points of order. The waiver is prophylactic in 
nature.
    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
consideration of H.R. 7027, the Committee is not aware of any 
points of order. The waiver is prophylactic in nature.
    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
provisions in H.R. 7027, as amended, the Committee is not aware 
of any points of order. The waiver is prophylactic in nature.
    The waiver of all points of order against consideration of 
H.R. 7327 includes waivers of the following:
           Clause 12(a)(1) of rule XXI, which prohibits 
        consideration of a bill unless there is a searchable 
        electronic comparative print that shows how the bill 
        proposes to change current law.
           Clause 10 of rule XXI, which prohibits 
        consideration of a measure that has a net effect of 
        increasing the deficit or reducing the surplus over the 
        five- or 10-year period.
           Section 302(f) of the Congressional Budget 
        Act, which prohibits consideration of legislation 
        providing new budget authority in excess of a 302(a) or 
        302(b) allocation of such authority.
           Section 311 of the Congressional Budget Act, 
        which prohibits consideration of legislation that would 
        cause the level of total new budget authority for the 
        first fiscal year to be exceeded.
    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
provisions in H.R. 7327, the Committee is not aware of any 
points of order. The waiver is prophylactic in nature.
    The waiver of all points of order against consideration of 
the motion to concur in the Senate amendments to H.R. 1957 
includes waivers of the following:
           Clause 4 of rule XXI, which prohibits 
        reporting a bill carrying an appropriation from a 
        committee not having jurisdiction to report an 
        appropriation.
           Clause 10 of rule XXI, which prohibits 
        consideration of a measure that has a net effect of 
        increasing the deficit or reducing the surplus over the 
        five- or 10-year period.
           Section 302(f)(1) of the Congressional 
        Budget Act, which prohibits consideration of 
        legislation providing new budget authority in excess of 
        a 302(a) or 302(b) allocation of such authority.
           Section 306 of the Congressional Budget Act, 
        which prohibits consideration of legislation within the 
        jurisdiction of the Committee on the Budget unless 
        referred to or reported by the Budget Committee.
           Section 311 of the Congressional Budget Act, 
        which prohibits consideration of legislation that would 
        cause the level of total new budget authority for the 
        first fiscal year to be exceeded.

                            COMMITTEE VOTES

    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. 333

    Motion by Mr. Cole to report open rules for H.R. 7027 and 
H.R. 6395. Defeated: 3-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mr. Hastings....................................  ............  Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Woodall.......................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................  ............
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mrs. Lesko........................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Ms. Shalala.....................................          Nay
Ms. Matsui......................................          Nay
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 334

    Motion by Mr. Cole to strike from the rule the appropriate 
sections providing for consideration of H.R. 7027 and H.R. 7327 
and make the necessary changes in the rule. Defeated: 3-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mr. Hastings....................................  ............  Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Woodall.......................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................  ............
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mrs. Lesko........................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Ms. Shalala.....................................          Nay
Ms. Matsui......................................          Nay
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 335

    Motion by Mr. Woodall to add a section to the rule that 
would terminate the waiver of clause 6(a) of rule XIII, for a 
two-thirds vote to consider a report from the Committee on 
Rules on the same day it is presented to the House, as of July 
20, 2020. Defeated: 3-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mr. Hastings....................................  ............  Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Woodall.......................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................  ............
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mrs. Lesko........................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Ms. Shalala.....................................          Nay
Ms. Matsui......................................          Nay
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 336

    Motion by Ms. Scanlon to report the rule. Adopted: 8-3

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mr. Hastings....................................  ............  Mr. Cole..........................          Nay
Mrs. Torres.....................................          Yea   Mr. Woodall.......................          Nay
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Yea   Mr. Burgess.......................  ............
Mr. Raskin......................................          Yea   Mrs. Lesko........................          Nay
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Yea
Ms. Shalala.....................................          Yea
Ms. Matsui......................................          Yea
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Yea
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          SUMMARY OF THE AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 6395 MADE IN ORDER

    1. Maloney, Carolyn (NY), King, Peter (NY), Cleaver (MO), 
Malinowski (NJ), Waters (CA), Waltz (FL): Cracks down on the 
illicit use of anonymous shell companies by requiring companies 
to disclose their true beneficial owners at the time the 
company is formed. Modernizes and streamlines the BSA-AML 
regulatory regime by strengthening the Financial Crimes 
Enforcement Network's (FinCEN) authorities and improving its 
communications with financial institutions. (10 minutes)
    2. Bergman (MI), Kim (NJ), Mast (FL), Gonzalez, Vicente 
(TX), Cisneros (CA), Axne (IA), Cook (CA), Riggleman (YA), 
Brindisi (NY), Waltz (FL), Fitzpatrick (PA), Stanton (AZ), 
Rouda (CA), Bilirakis (FL), Sherrill (NJ), Soto (FL), Evans 
(PA), Perry (PA), Budd (NC), Crenshaw (TX), Lieu (CA), Rice, 
Kathleen (NY), Horn (OK), Yoho (FL), Escobar (TX), Allred (TX), 
Steube (FL), Spano (FL), Curtis (UT), McKinley (WV), Craig 
(MN), Slotkin (Ml), Heck (WA), Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Carbajal 
(CA), Reschenthaler (PA), Cloud (TX), McMorris Rodgers (WA), 
Davidson (OH), Guthrie (KY), Kelly, Trent (MS), Suozzi (NY), 
Herrera Beutler (WA), Jackson Lee (TX), Murphy, Stephanie (FL), 
Clarke, Yvette (NY), Holding (NC), Keller (PA), Lesko (AZ), 
Torres Small, Xochitl (NM), Hartzler (MO), Miller (WV), Gosar 
(AZ): Creates a cyber attack exception under the Foreign 
Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) to protect U.S. nationals 
against foreign state-sponsored cyber attacks. (10 minutes)
    3. Escobar (TX), Omar (MN), Cicilline (RI), Jayapal (WA), 
Gallego (AZ), Cardenas (CA), Pocan (WI), Sherrill (NJ), 
Lawrence (Ml), DeFazio (OR), Trahan (MA), Haaland (NM), 
Grijalva (AZ): Provides Congress transparency when a President 
deploys active duty military within the United States during 
civil unrest by amending the Insurrection Act in Title 10, 
Chapter 13 of U.S. Code. (10 minutes)
    4. McAdams (UT), Gabbard (HI), Titus (NV), McGovern (MA), 
Horsford (NV), Lee, Susie (NV): Prohibits any funding for new 
nuclear testing in FY21. (10 minutes)
    5. Omar (MN), Pressley (MA), Paean (WI), Grijalva (AZ), 
Tlaib (Ml), McGovern (MA), Lee, Barbara (CA), Jayapal (WA), 
Khanna (CA), Ocasio-Cortez (NY): Establishes a policy framework 
for the accelerated withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan. 
(10 minutes)
    6. Jayapal (WA), Omar (MN): Strikes the statutory 
requirement that the Pentagon provide annual Unfunded 
Priorities lists to Congress. (10 minutes)
    7. DeGette (CO), Huffman (CA), Schiff (CA), Carbajal (CA), 
Chu (CA), Kilmer (WA), Neguse (CO), Jayapal (WA), Sherman (CA): 
Adds the text of H.R. 2546, the Protecting America's Wilderness 
Act. (10 minutes)
    8. Neguse (CO), Grijalva (AZ): Adds the text of H.R. 823, 
the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act to the bill and 
withdraws, permanently one million acres of public land 
surrounding Grand Canyon National Park that are already (as of 
2012) subject to a 20-year moratorium on new mining claims. The 
withdrawal permanently protects an iconic location, tribal 
communities and sacred sites, local economies, and safe water 
supplies. (10 minutes)
    9. Pocan (WI), Lee, Barbara (CA), Jayapal (WA), Lowenthal 
(CA), Moore (WI), Watson Coleman (NJ), Tlaib (MI), Raskin (MD), 
Espaillat (NY), Pressley (MA), Velazquez (NY), Grijalva (AZ), 
Lofgren (CA), Schakowsky (IL), Omar (MN), Levin, Andy (MI), 
Norton (DC), DeFazio (OR), McGovern (MA), Khanna (CA), Ocasio-
Cortez (NY), Clay (MO), Kennedy (MA), Welch (VT), Meng (NY), 
Johnson, Hank (GA), Serrano (NY), Garcia, Jesus (IL), Chu (CA), 
Blumenauer (OR), Gomez (CA): Reduces overall authorization 
level by 10%. Excludes military personnel, DoD federal civilian 
workforce, and defense health program accounts from the 10% 
reduction. (10 minutes)
    10. Pressley (MA), Moulton (MA), Panetta (CA), Watson 
Coleman (NJ), Jayapal (WA), Neguse (CO), Lofgren (CA), Nadler 
(NY): Provides clarifying language to ensure that international 
students enrolled in an educational program at a college or 
university offering courses online in order to keep students 
and faculty safe and mitigate further COVID-19 spread, will be 
able to remain in their educational program and will continue 
to meet requirements of their student visa. (10 minutes)
    11. Dean (PA): Provides up to $10,000 in immediate 
assistance to pay down the balance of private student loans. 
Furthermore, when borrower payments resume, the servicer would 
have to modify the loan to lower the monthly payment by re-
amortizing the loan and/or lowering the interest rate. (10 
minutes)
    12. Thompson, Mike (CA): Transfers the Mare Island Naval 
Cemetery to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. (10 
minutes)
    13. Gallego (AZ), Kinzinger (IL), Heck (WA), Turner (OH), 
Kaptur (OH), Stefanik (NY), Womack (AR), Bishop, Rob (UT): 
Clarifies and extends sanctions related to the construction of 
the Nord Stream II pipeline. (10 minutes)
    14. Walden (OR), Pallone (NJ): Establishes the Secretary of 
Energy and Secretary of Defense as co-chairs of the Nuclear 
Weapons Council (NWC) to provide Cabinet-level visibility and 
accountability of our nuclear deterrent and the NWC budget 
process. (10 minutes)
    15. Langevin (RI), Maloney, Carolyn (NY), Gallagher (WI), 
Hurd (TX), Katko (NY), Ruppersberger (MD), King, Peter (NY), 
Eshoo (CA), Lynch (MA), Heck (WA), Cartwright (PA), Stefanik 
(NY), Timmons (SC), Houlahan (PA), Panetta (CA), Lawrence (MI), 
Norton (DC), Lieu (CA): Establishes a National Cyber Director 
within the Executive Office of the President. (10 minutes)
    16. Wexton (VA): Includes pandemics as an exigency of 
public business for purposes of federal employee leave roll 
over. (10 minutes)
    17. Adams (NC), Dean (PA): Extends CARES student loan 
protections for private student loan borrowers who were left 
out of the CARES Act. This includes a pause in borrower payment 
obligations, accrual of interest, negative credit reporting, 
and debt collection. Additionally, since the CARES student loan 
protections expire on Sep 30, 2020, this amendment extends the 
private student loan protections an additional year until Sep 
30, 2021. (10 minutes)
    18. Deutch (FL), Rose, Max (NY), Malinowski (NJ), 
Gottheimer (NJ): Requires the Department of State to develop a 
coordinated strategy to counter white identity terrorism 
globally, assessing the global threat landscape and applying 
adequate resourcing to programming, information sharing, and 
designation authorities where applicable. (10 minutes)
    19. Houlahan (PA), Mitchell (MI), Cisneros (CA), Kim (NJ), 
Escobar (TX), Haaland (NM): Requires that any Federal law 
enforcement officer deployed pursuant to 10 USC 253 be clearly 
identified by name and agency visible on their uniform or other 
clothing. (10 minutes)
    20. Torres, Norma (CA), Lawrence (MI), Speier (CA), Brown 
(MD), Haaland (NM), Escobar (TX), Frankel (FL): Encourages DOD 
to consider female soldiers who have served with valor as 
candidates for renaming military bases. (10 minutes)
    21. Khanna (CA): Requires the Comptroller General of the 
United States to submit to Congress a report on U.S. military 
support for the Saudi-led coalition's war against the Houthis 
in Yemen, not later than one year after enactment of this Act. 
(10 minutes)
    22. Lieu (CA), Yoho (FL), Malinowski (NJ): Requires the 
Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of 
Defense and the Director of National Intelligence, to submit a 
report to Congress on U.S. policy in Yemen, including 
diplomatic efforts, humanitarian assistance, and civilian 
protection. Requires GAO to report to Congress on U.S. military 
support to the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen and expresses a 
Statement of Policy on the conflict. (10 minutes)
    23. Cicilline (RI), Golden (ME), Reschenthaler (PA), Davis, 
Susan (CA), Porter (CA): Provides protections from forced 
arbitration to service members in disputes covered under the 
Service Members Civil Relief Act (SCRA). (10 minutes)
    24. Matsui (CA), McCaul (TX), Eshoo (CA), Stefanik (NY), 
Stevens (Ml), Joyce, John (PA), Katko (NY): Restores American 
leadership in semiconductor manufacturing by increasing federal 
incentives to enable advanced research and development, secure 
the supply chain, and ensure long-term national security and 
economic competitiveness. (10 minutes)
    25. Lieu (CA), Wilson, Joe (SC): Establishes an Office of 
Subnational Diplomacy at the State Department and requires the 
appointment of an official to head the office. The amendment 
outlines the duties of the office, authorizes members of the 
civil service and Foreign Service to be detailed to city halls 
and state capitols in support of their international engagement 
efforts, and requires a report to Congress followed by annual 
briefings on the work of the office. (10 minutes)
    26. Young (AK): Requires a certification be submitted to 
Congress before the spouse of a servicemember can be removed 
from the United States. (10 minutes)
    27. Richmond (LA): Implements a recommendation from the 
Cyberspace Solarium Commission to require the Department of 
Homeland Security to establish a cyber incident reporting 
program. (10 minutes)
    28. Keating (MA), Engel (NY): Establishes immunity from 
seizure under judicial process for culturally significant 
objects temporarily loaned from Afghanistan to US institutions, 
under specified conditions, and specifies that US institutions 
under 22 USC 2459 include cultural, educational, or religious 
institutions and that objects can be transferred for storage, 
conservation, scientific research, exhibition or display. (10 
minutes)
    29. Takano (CA), Lee, Susie (NV), Cisneros (CA), Panetta 
(CA), Dingell (Ml), Kennedy (MA), Kildee (Ml), Garcia, Sylvia 
(TX), Riggleman (VA), Porter (CA), Omar (MN): Closes a federal 
loophole by making military education benefits such as 
Department of Defense Tuition Assistance count as federal 
educational assistance funds and limits the availability of 
federal funds for proprietary for-profit institutions unless 
the institution derives at least 10% of funds from sources 
other than federal funds. (10 minutes)
    30. Adams (NC), Brown (MD): Requires the Chief Diversity 
Officer to create a strategic plan that spurs participation by 
HBCUs and MSIs in research, development, testing, and 
evaluation activities. (10 minutes)
    31. Aguilar (CA): Makes permanent a pilot program for the 
direct commissioning of cyber professionals and would give the 
services the authority to consider advanced degrees when 
deciding on the rank of the person obtaining the direct 
commission. (10 minutes)
    32. Aguilar (CA): Adds to an annual report that must be 
produced by the Special Inspector General for Racial and Ethnic 
Disparities in the Armed Forces, the requirement that an annual 
accounting and detailing of every incident of white supremacist 
activity documented in the Department of Defense be included. 
(10 minutes)
    33. Aguilar (CA): Fences off certain funding in order to 
obtain reports on New START and the post-INF landscape which 
were required in the FY2020 NDAA and are past due. (10 minutes)
    34. Allred (TX), Malinowski (NJ): Requires a report on the 
measures that can be taken to decrease instances of civilian 
harm and human rights abuses in the security forces of Burkina 
Faso, Mali, and Niger, and requires a strategy for the United 
States to improve and coordinate civilian harm mitigation 
measures with other militaries operating in the region. (10 
minutes)
    35. Axne (IA), Timmons (SC), Brindisi (NY), Bost (IL), 
Murphy, Gregory (NC), Rose, Max (NY): Allows Members of the 
National Guard and Reserve to participate in DOD SkillBridge 
training. (10 minutes)
    36. Bacon (NE), Carbajal (CA): Requires the State 
Department to produce an annual report on the effectiveness of 
US unmanned aerial system export policy. (10 minutes)
    37. Barr (KY), Crenshaw (TX): Requires the Department of 
Defense to carry out a pilot program to determine the 
prevalence of sleep apnea among members of the Armed Forces 
while at initial training. (10 minutes)
    38. Bera (CA), Yoho (FL): Expresses the sense of Congress 
that natural, accidental, and deliberate biological threats, 
including infectious disease, are in the core national security 
interest of the United States, and that Cooperative Threat 
Reduction Biological Threat Reduction Program is critical to 
addressing those threats. (10 minutes)
    39. Bera (CA): Requires DoD to conduct a study and submit a 
report to Congress identifying financial hardships as a result 
of the COVID-19 pandemic, evaluating best practices for 
providing financial assistance to servicemembers, and 
preventing future disruptions. (10 minutes)
    40. Bera (CA): Directs DOD to develop staffing 
recommendations for antimicrobial stewardship programs at DOD 
medical treatment facilities, recommendations on the use of 
diagnostics to improve those programs, and a plan to implement 
such recommendations. (10 minutes)
    41. Bera (CA), Yoho (FL): Requires Secretary of Defense, in 
coordination with Secretary of State, to report on efforts to 
prevent, detect, respond to biological threats, including 
bilateral and multilateral efforts. (10 minutes)
    42. Beyer (VA), Norton (DC): Requires DoD to fulfill 
recommendations of its 2018 report by working to mitigate 
helicopter noise in the National Capital Region by 
establishing: (1) a noise inquiry website to track and analyze 
complaints; and (2) a helicopter noise abatement working group. 
(10 minutes)
    43. Beyer (VA), Schweikert (AZ), Brown (MD): Continues 
authorization for the Direct Air Capture and Blue Carbon 
Removal Technology Program. (10 minutes)
    44. Biggs (AZ): Expresses a sense of Congress about the 
importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship. (10 minutes)
    45. Bilirakis (FL), Crist (FL): Requires the Defense Health 
Agency to produce a report on the feasibility, efficacy, and 
cost of expanding coverage for chiropractic care to military 
families and retirees under the TRICARE Program. (10 minutes)
    46. Bilirakis (FL), Pappas (NH): Requires a feasibility 
study on increased rotational deployments to Greece and 
enhanced United States-Greece diplomatic engagement. (10 
minutes)
    47. Blunt Rochester (DE): Includes a Sense of Congress 
honoring Dover Air Force Base, its two airlift wings, and the 
Center for Mortuary Affairs for their distinguished service. 
The airbase is home to the Center for Mortuary Affairs which is 
the only DoD mortuary in the continental U.S. and ensures the 
dignity of all U.S. remains returning home to their final 
resting place. (10 minutes)
    48. Blunt Rochester (DE): Increases the budget for 
hypersonic prototyping (line 048) by $5 million and decreases 
the budget for contractor logistics & systems (line 080) by $5 
million. (10 minutes)
    49. Blunt Rochester (DE): Increases the solder systems-
advanced development (PE 0603827A) line by $7 million for body 
armor development. (10 minutes)
    50. Boyle (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA): Expresses the Sense of 
Congress that the United States should reaffirm support for an 
enduring strategic partnership between the United States and 
Ukraine and support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial 
integrity. (10 minutes)
    51. Boyle (PA), Connolly (VA): Expresses the Sense of 
Congress reaffirming the commitment of the United States to 
NATO. (10 minutes)
    52. Brindisi (NY), Katko (NY), Craig (MN): Directs the 
Department of Agriculture (USDA) to implement a public service 
announcement campaign to address the mental health of farmers 
and ranchers, including television, radio, print, outdoor, and 
digital public service announcements. (10 minutes)
    53. Brown (MD), Langevin (RI): Ensures that the Olympics 
and Paralympics receive equivalent security assistance from the 
Department of Defense. (10 minutes)
    54. Brownley (CA), Cisneros (CA), Garcia, Sylvia (TX): 
Directs the Comptroller General of the United States to conduct 
a study of women involuntarily separated from the Armed Forces 
due to pregnancy or parenthood from 1951-1976, include any 
racial or ethnic disparities, discrepancies in uniformity of 
those separations, and identify recommendations for improving 
access to resources for those former members of the Armed 
Forces through the Department of Veterans Affairs. (10 minutes)
    55. Brownley (CA), Panetta (CA): Establishes a federal 
grant program to help states create and implement a Seal of 
Biliteracy program that encourages and recognizes high school 
students who achieve proficiency in both English and at least 
one other language. Supporting the development of foreign 
language skills is crucial for American national security. (10 
minutes)
    56. Brownley (CA), Pappas (NH), Takano (CA), Cisneros (CA), 
Panetta (CA), Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Sherman (CA): Requires a 
joint report from the Secretaries of Defense and Veterans 
Affairs on former members of the armed forces who were 
discharged under policies discriminating against lesbian, gay, 
bisexual, and transgender servicemembers, and who have applied 
for a discharge upgrade. (10 minutes)
    57. Buchanan (FL): Requires the Department of Defense to 
produce a study on the potential benefits of and feasibility of 
requiring all U.S. military bases to have properly functioning 
MedEvac helicopters and military ambulances stocked with 
appropriate emergency medical supplies. (10 minutes)
    58. Buck (CO), Banks (IN), Budd (NC), Crawford (AR), Dunn 
(FL), Hartzler (MO), Perry (PA), Roy (TX), Smith, Christopher 
(NJ), Spano (FL), Steube (FL), Yoho (FL), Biggs (AZ), Rice, Tom 
(SC), Gaetz (FL), Hice (GA), Norman (SC): Prohibits federal 
employees from downloading or using TikTok on any technology 
device issued by the United States government. (10 minutes)
    59. Burgess (TX): Requires the DoD to report to Congress on 
the current state of Energy Savings Performance Contracts. (10 
minutes)
    60. Bustos (IL), Haaland (NM), Rose, Max (NY), Fitzpatrick 
(PA), Jackson Lee (TX), Wexton (VA), Krishnamoorthi (IL), 
Brownley (CA), Welch (VT), Loebsack (IA): Requires the 
Department of Defense to report data on how the Secretary of 
Defense determined whether to authorize fulltime National Guard 
duty for states' COVID-19 responses (to include whether the 
costs of Soldier and Airmen benefits were a factor) and 
requires the Secretary to provide recommendations to improve 
the process. (10 minutes)
    61. Bustos (IL), Harder (CA), Wenstrup (OH), Gonzalez-
Colon, Jenniffer (PR), Cisneros (CA), Bishop, Sanford (GA), 
Brownley (CA): Revises authority of certain family members of a 
servicemember who dies or becomes catastrophically ill or 
injured while in military service to terminate a property lease 
or motor vehicle lease executed by the servicemember. (10 
minutes)
    62. Bustos (IL), Loebsack (IA): Establishes a pilot program 
for developing an online real estate tool of existing inventory 
of space available at Army installations to enable efficient 
use by authorized government and private sector actors. (10 
minutes)
    63. Byrne (AL), Walorski (IN), Aguilar (CA), Peters (CA): 
Requires government contracting officers to file their 
commercial item determinations to the DoD Commercial Item Group 
so that all military services can have access to them in. (10 
minutes)
    64. Carbajal (CA), Cardenas (CA): Requires the Department 
of Defense, in consultation with the Department of Veterans 
Affairs, to develop guidelines regarding the consideration and 
use of unofficial sources of information in determining 
benefits eligibility when a veteran's service records are 
incomplete due to damage caused to the records while in the 
possession of the Department of Defense. (10 minutes)
    65. Carbajal (CA): Provides the Space Development Agency 
special hiring authority to attract experts in science and 
engineering. (10 minutes)
    66. Carson (IN): Authorizes $5,000,000 for a pancreatic 
cancer early detection initiative (EDI) under the 
Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) at 
the Department of Defense (DoD). Amendment will provide 
$5,000,000 for specific research in early detection initiatives 
that include pre-diabetic and diabetic persons, persons from 
underserved ethnic and minority communities and other 
populations to ensure development of tools that reach as many 
people as possible at much earlier stages of detection. (10 
minutes)
    67. Case (HI): Adds a sense of Congress that lands 
throughout the State of Hawai'i currently owned and leased by 
the Department of Defense or in which the Department of Defense 
otherwise has a real property interest are critical to 
maintaining the readiness of the Armed Forces now stationed or 
to be stationed in Hawai'i and throughout the lndo-Pacific 
region and elsewhere. Also includes reporting requirements to 
provide transparency of efforts to resolve this land use 
challenges. (10 minutes)
    68. Castro (TX): Provides military medical treatment 
facilities additional flexibility when billing civilian trauma 
patients. (10 minutes)
    69. Castro (TX), Fitzpatrick (PA): Directs the 
Administrator of USAID to incorporate early childhood 
development into current programming and in partner countries, 
and protects children in adversity. (10 minutes)
    70. Castro (TX), Garcia, Sylvia (TX): Calls on the 
respective Department of Defense and military departments 
offices for public affairs to work to ensure that the projects 
that they are involved in and provide consultation services for 
in film, television, and publishing, accurately represent all 
servicemembers in the Armed Forces. The amendment also calls on 
the Department to report to Congress on its efforts to meet 
this goal. (10 minutes)
    71. Chabot (OH), Cohen (TN): Requires a report on internal 
displacement and killings of citizens of several countries of 
the former USSR in illegally occupied territory in those 
countries. (10 minutes)
    72. Chabot (OH), Turner (OH), Fudge (OH): Increases Air 
Force research funding by $3 million for the National Center 
for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust (CHEST). 
(10 minutes)
    73. Chabot (OH): Requires the President to produce a whole-
of-government strategy to impose costs on and achieve 
deterrence toward China for cyber-enabled corporate espionage 
and personal data theft. (10 minutes)
    74. Chabot (OH), Bera (CA): Expresses the sense of Congress 
on crossborder violence in the Galwan Valley and Congress's 
concern toward the growing territorial claims of the People's 
Republic of China. (10 minutes)
    75. Cicilline (RI), Courtney (CT), Kennedy (MA), Lynch 
(MA), Larson, John (CT), Keating (MA): Establishes the Southern 
New England Regional Commission, which would assist in the 
development of defense manufacturing in Southern New England. 
(10 minutes)
    76. Cicilline (RI), Sherman (CA): Requires a report to 
Congress on care and treatment available and accessible to 
servicemembers and their spouses for pregnancy, postpartum 
depression, and other pregnancy-related mood disorders. (10 
minutes)
    77. Clarke, Yvette (NY), Wexton (VA), Beyer (VA): Requires 
reports to Congress on the defense and military implications of 
deepfake videos. (10 minutes)
    78. Clarke, Yvette (NY), Wexton (VA), Kilmer (WA), Beyer 
(VA): Instructs the Steering Committee on Emerging Technology 
to establish a Deepfake Working Group to assess the national 
security implications of machine-manipulated media, such as 
deepfake videos. (10 minutes)
    79. Clarke, Yvette (NY): Expresses the sense of Congress 
with respect to enhancing engagement with the Caribbean region. 
(10 minutes)
    80. Clarke, Yvette (NY), Malinowski (NJ), Cicilline (RI): 
Expands and clarifies the mandate of entities authorized by the 
National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act to include 
combatting discriminatory algorithmic bias against protected 
classes of persons. (10 minutes)
    81. Clarke, Yvette (NY), Malinowski (NJ), Cicilline (RI): 
Prohibits the use of certain DoD funds on the acquisition of 
artificial intelligence systems unless such systems have been 
or will be vetted for discriminatory algorithmic bias against 
protected classes of persons. (10 minutes)
    82. Clarke, Yvette (NY), Lamborn (CO): Expresses the sense 
of Congress with respect to the importance of preparing for 
catastrophic critical infrastructure failure events, and 
requires DoD to assess gaps in existing critical infrastructure 
resilience strategies. (10 minutes)
    83. Clarke, Yvette (NY): Adds questions to DOD workplace 
climate surveys with respect to xenophobic incidents. (10 
minutes)
    84. Cohen (TN): Directs the Department of Defense to submit 
a report to Congress a list of countries that have consented to 
host Russian military forces and a list of countries where 
Russian military forces are deployed in violation of the 
territorial sovereignty of countries. (10 minutes)
    85. Cohen (TN): Directs the Department of Defense to submit 
a report to Congress on its progress in modernizing its 
financial management enterprise. (10 minutes)
    86. Cohen (TN): Directs the Comptroller General of the 
United States to study the school-to-prison pipeline and the 
advantages of using restorative practices in schools. (10 
minutes)
    87. Cole (OK), Luria (VA): Aligns medical benefits offered 
under TRICARE's Extended Care Health Option (ECHO) program for 
special needs dependents with current state offerings available 
under Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) 
waivers. Requires a GAO study on best practices and 
recommendations for caregiving available through ECHO. (10 
minutes)
    88. Collins, Doug (GA): Expands Tricare Reserve Select 
coverage of hearing aid devices to the dependents of National 
Guard members and members of Reserve components. ( 10 minutes)
    89. Connolly (VA): Reforms and codifies the Federal Risk 
and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). This amendment 
is the text of the bipartisan, House-passed H.R. 3941. (10 
minutes)
    90. Connolly (VA), Chabot (OH), Bera (CA), Fitzpatrick 
(PA), Larsen, Rick (WA), Wagner (MO): Re-establishes the 
government-wide lead for pandemic response, establishes an 
lnteragency Review Council charged with implementing U.S. 
commitments under the Global Health Security Agenda, and 
requires a global health security strategy. This is the text of 
the bipartisan Global Health Security Act (H.R. 2166), which 
passed HFAC unanimously and was included in House-passed HEROES 
Act (H.R. 6800). (10 minutes)
    91. Connolly (VA), Turner (OH), King, Peter (NY), Wexton 
(VA): Codifies existing policy requiring DoD to report to 
National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) 
servicemembers with felony domestic violence convictions who 
are prohibited from purchasing firearms pursuant to current 
law. (10 minutes)
    92. Connolly (VA), Fitzpatrick (PA): Clarifies that 
qualifying subcontractors and subgrantees are afforded 
whistleblower protections against reprisal when disclosing 
information about gross mismanagement or waste of federal 
funds. (10 minutes)
    93. Connolly (VA), Hice (GA): Authorizes permanently the 
United States Patent and Trademark Office teleworking pilot 
program established by the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010. 
(10 minutes)
    94. Cooper (TN), Walberg (Ml), Comer (KY): Requires federal 
agencies to report on their federal program activities and 
provide that information to OMB. Information would be published 
online as a complete inventory of the federal government's 
programs to increase transparency, and identify wasteful 
spending and duplicate programs. (10 minutes)
    95. Correa (CA): Directs the Secretary of Defense to 
conduct a study and report on ROTC recruitment. The report will 
determine if individuals recruited in different levels of 
education are more likely to achieve or receive recommendations 
for higher positions and if it impacts diversity in leadership. 
(10 minutes)
    96. Correa (CA): Directs the Secretaries of Defense and 
Veterans' Affairs to conduct a study and report on the 
feasibility of having a VA representative present at 
separations courses to set up premium eBenefits accounts to 
streamline the identity verification process. (10 minutes)
    97. Cox (CA), Stauber (MN): Requires a report on unclaimed 
funds (within 180 days) at VA in order to determine: how much 
there is in possible discretionary funding for future fiscal 
years and a way to keep unclaimed funds beyond the point of 
claim eligibility at VA so as to serve as pay-for for other 
projects and programs. (10 minutes)
    98. Cox (CA), Young (AK): Requires a report regarding the 
transportation of the remains of decedents under the 
jurisdiction of the Secretary of a military department pursuant 
to section 1481 of title 10, United States Code. (10 minutes)
    99. Cox (CA), Herrera Beutler (WA): Requires a report/cost 
analysis to be done (within 120 days) on the cost of providing 
TRICARE to every individual currently in the Health Professions 
Scholarship Program which is run by Army, Navy, Air Force. (10 
minutes)
    100. Craig (MN): Adds $30 Million to the Army Community 
Services account to provide family assistance, victim advocacy, 
financial counseling, employment readiness, and other similar 
support services at installations where 500 or more military 
members are assigned. (10 minutes)
    101. Crawford (AR): Postpones conditional designation of 
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Corps as a basic branch of the 
Army, directs EOD commandant to ensure EOD soldiers receive 
enhanced combat mobility training to support special operations 
(airborne, air assault, combat diver, etc.) (10 minutes)
    102. Crawford (AR): Adds Explosive Ordnance Disposal to the 
list of Special Operations Activities in Section 167(k) of 
Title 10, USC. (10 minutes)
    103. Crawford (AR): Streamlines service EOD equipment 
acquisitions. (10 minutes)
    104. Crawford (AR): Requires the federally funded research 
and development corporation to solicit input from relevant 
nonprofit organizations, such as the National Defense 
Industrial Association EOD Committee, United States Army EOD 
Association, United States Bomb Technician Association, and the 
EOD Warrior Foundation when conducting the study directed by 
Section 1702. (10 minutes)
    105. Crenshaw (TX): Establishes the use of the same system 
and rank structure in Space Force as is used in the Navy. (10 
minutes)
    106. Crist (FL): Report on the effect of COVID-19 on the 
space industrial base and space programs of the Department of 
Defense. (10 minutes)
    107. Crist (FL), Bilirakis (FL): Requires a report on the 
use of the juvenile health care records of dependents when they 
try to join the military as an adult. (10 minutes)
    108. Crist (FL), Bilirakis (FL): Directs GAO to study the 
transferability of military certifications to civilian 
occupational licenses and certifications. (10 minutes)
    109. Crow (CO): Updates the space strategy and assessment 
requirement to include Iran and North Korea, and adds the 
Director of National Intelligence as a tasked senior official. 
(10 minutes)
    110. Crow (CO), Stefanik (NY): Directs the Secretary of 
Health and Human Services to clarify the roles and 
responsibilities of the agencies tasked with executing the 
national biodefense strategy; and requires a report by the 
Secretary of Defense on pandemic/biodefense organization, 
authorities, and roles and responsibilities specific to the 
Department of Defense. (10 minutes)
    111. Cuellar (TX): Encourages contact between members of 
the Armed Forces who are participating in the Transition 
Assistance Program and local communities to promote employment 
opportunities. (10 minutes)
    112. Cunningham (SC), Palazzo (MS), Fitzpatrick (PA), King, 
Peter (NY), Bustos (IL): Requires the Department of Defense to 
provide a National Guard member separating from active service 
after full-time duty in support of the government response to 
COVID-19 with the transitional health benefits provided to a 
separating active-duty reservist. (10 minutes)
    113. Curtis (UT), Malinowski (NJ), Yoho (FL), Phillips 
(MN): Adds a mandate to the State Department's Annual Report on 
Human Rights Practices to report on the use of advanced 
technology surveillance equipment. (10 minutes)
    114. Davis, Rodney (IL): Directs the National Institute of 
Standards and Technology to carry out a program that will 
improve the United States' capacity for verifying and 
manufacturing advanced microelectronics. (10 minutes)
    115. Davis, Susan (CA): Fences funding until required 
Nuclear Weapons Council briefings are provided and requires 
additional updates to Congress. (10 minutes)
    116. DeFazio (OR), Graves, Sam (MO), Gibbs (OH), Maloney, 
Sean (NY), Pappas (NH): Includes four acts amending Title 46 
relating to and supporting the maritime industry. (10 minutes)
    117. DeFazio (OR), Graves, Sam (MO), Maloney, Sean (NY), 
Gibbs (OH): Adds the Elijah E. Cummings Coast Guard 
Authorization Act of 2020, which reauthorizes the Coast Guard 
and Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), and includes report 
requirements, demonstration program authorizations, and new 
regulatory mandates for the Coast Guard that will help them 
better execute their 11 statutory missions. This bipartisan 
legislation includes provisions that will further strengthen 
the Coast Guard by expanding the use of unmanned systems, 
assessing Coast Guard operational authorities, strengthening 
shore infrastructure, and increasing gender and racial 
diversity within the service. (10 minutes)
    118. DelBene (WA): Specifically adds domestic content 
preferences for aluminum for funds administered by the 
Department of Defense, Federal Highway Administration, Federal 
Transit Administration, Federal Railroad Administration, 
Federal Aviation Administration, and Amtrak. (10 minutes)
    119. DelBene (WA), McMorris Rodgers (WA): Requires the 
Secretary of Defense to submit a report on how authorities 
under the Defense Production Act could be used to increase 
activities related to refining aluminum and the development of 
processing and manufacturing capabilities for aluminum. (10 
minutes)
    120. Delgado (NY), Garcia, Sylvia (TX): Requires the 
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to publish a report 
regarding veterans who receive VA benefits, including those who 
receive benefits under the Transition Assistance Program. The 
report must be disaggregated by sex and minority group member 
status. (10 minutes)
    121. Delgado (NY), Speier (CA), Gallagher (WI), Kildee 
(MI), Welch (VT), Rouda (CA), Dingell (MI), Fitzpatrick (PA), 
Pappas (NH): Clarifies Congressional intent by requiring 
manufacturers to disclose all PF AS discharges over 100 lbs. 
The FY 2020 NDAA required EPA to add several different kinds of 
PFAS to the EPA's Toxics Release Inventory with a default 
reporting threshold of 100 lbs. EPA's implementation of the 
rule has exempted manufacturers from reporting their PFAS 
discharges if the chemical is below 1% of a mixture. (10 
minutes)
    122. Deutch (FL), Wilson, Joe (SC), Lieu (CA), Waltz (FL), 
Hastings (FL): Adds the Robert Levinson Hostage Recovery and 
Hostage-Taking Accountability Act, which codifies US government 
hostage recovery and response policy, increases US government 
support to families of hostages, and authorizes sanctions 
against those who engage in hostagetaking. (10 minutes)
    123. Engel (NY), McCaul (TX), Sires (NJ), Torres, Norma 
(CA), Wagner (MO): Requires U.S. government prioritization of 
democratic governance, anti-corruption efforts, security and 
prosperity in the Northern Triangle; and puts in place targeted 
sanctions to fight corruption in the region. (10 minutes)
    124. Engel (NY), McCaul (TX), Malinowski (NJ), Vela (TX): 
Authorizes the President to make direct loans for the purchase 
of NATO-interoperable equipment to NATO allies that meet 
democratic benchmarks; authorizes rewards for providing 
information on foreign election interference; requires reports 
on NATO members' contributions to the alliance, the capability 
and capacity requirements of Ukraine's navy and air force, 
malign Russian and Chinese influence in Serbia, and potential 
violations of CAATSA. (10 minutes)
    125. Engel (NY), Malinowski (NJ): Amends Sec. 1041 (Support 
of Special Operations to Combat Terrorism) to include reporting 
on the entities with which foreign forces receiving US support 
are in hostilities and steps taken to ensure support is 
consistent with United States objectives and human rights; 
clarifies authority related to war powers and laws of armed 
conflict. (10 minutes)
    126. Engel (NY), Malinowski (NJ): Provides support to the 
transitional government of Sudan, promotes accountability for 
human rights abuses, and encourages fiscal transparency. While 
supporting the country's transition to democracy, H.R. 6094 
puts guardrails on elements of the security and intelligence 
services to prevent them from derailing the transition. (10 
minutes)
    127. Engel (NY), McCaul (TX): Comprises elements of the 
Department of State Authorization Act that passed the House in 
July 2019 on suspension, which strengthen the management and 
operations of the State Department, including measures to 
bolster embassy and information security, recruit and retain a 
diverse workforce, and improve the Department's capacity to 
carry out public diplomacy and anti-corruption activities. (10 
minutes)
    128. Engel (NY), Thompson, Bennie (MS), Deutch (FL), Rose, 
Max (NY), Langevin (RI), Stefanik (NY), Schiff (CA): 
Establishes an independent commission in the legislative branch 
to assess and make recommendations to Congress and the 
President regarding United States counterterrorism objectives, 
priorities, capabilities, policies, programs, activities and 
legal frameworks in an era when the United States confronts 
evolving terrorism threats and a growing number of other 
domestic and international challenges. (10 minutes)
    129. Engel (NY): Establishes a program to prevent, 
mitigate, and respond to civilian harm as a result of military 
operations conducted by the Somalia National Army, the African 
Union Mission in Somalia, and during operations in which U.S. 
Armed Forces provide operational support to these entities. (10 
minutes)
    130. Engel (NY): Includes findings on the national security 
importance of the U.S.-Japan alliance and U.S. troops stationed 
in Japan. It also requires a report from the Secretary of 
Defense on details of the cost-sharing arrangement for U.S. 
troops in Japan in light of upcoming negotiations between the 
United States and Japan on revising and extending that 
agreement. (10 minutes)
    131. Eshoo (CA): Amends existing biannual reporting 
requirements related to the DOD's Joint Artificial Intelligence 
Center (JAIC) to include a description of the contribution to 
the development by the JAIC and DOD to AI standards. (10 
minutes)
    132. Eshoo (CA), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH): Amends existing 
biannual reporting requirements related to the DOD's Joint 
Artificial Intelligence Center to include position descriptions 
for roles that servicemembers take after the conclusion of 
their assignment with the JAIC. (10 minutes)
    133. Evans (PA), Spano (FL): Allows participants in a 
contracting program to extend their participation for an 
additional year. (10 minutes)
    134. Finkenauer (IA): Extends university consortia 
contracts until 2026 and requires the Defense Department to 
enter into no fewer than four pilot contracts and report to 
Congress. (10 minutes)
    135. Fitzpatrick (PA), Kilmer (WA): Improves Department of 
Defense and landlord response to identification and remediation 
of severe environmental health hazards in military housing. (10 
minutes)
    136. Fletcher (TX): Ensures servicemembers are able to 
finish the Skillsbridge job training program once admitted. (10 
minutes)
    137. Fortenberry (NE), Ruppersberger (MD): Expresses a 
sense of Congress that it is in the best interests of the 
stability of the region for Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan to 
immediately reach a just and equitable agreement regarding the 
filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. 
(10 minutes)
    138. Foxx (NC), Speier (CA): Requires the Department of 
Defense to consult with stakeholders to develop guidelines for 
the acquisition of intellectual property (e.g., technological 
processes), to include model forms and definitions of key 
terms. (10 minutes)
    139. Frankel (FL), Keating (MA), Waltz (FL): Requires the 
Department of Defense, in coordination with the Department of 
State, to conduct a pilot partner country assessment on the 
barriers to women's participation in the national security 
forces of six participating partner countries. Requires the 
Secretary of Defense to encourage admitting diverse 
individuals, including women, to each military service academy 
and to engage with elementary schools, secondary schools, 
postsecondary educational institutions, and nonprofits to 
support activities related to implementing the Women, Peace, 
and Security Act of 2017. (10 minutes)
    140. Gabbard (HI): Clarifies the Department of Defense 
policy on over the counter products with a small amount of hemp 
in them that are legal under Federal law. (10 minutes)
    141. Gabbard (HI): Requires the President, in consultation 
with the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Treasury, the 
Secretary of Commerce, the Administrator of the United States 
Agency for International Development, and the United States 
Ambassador to the United Nations to submit a report to Congress 
on humanitarian impacts of all comprehensive sanctions. (10 
minutes)
    142. Gabbard (HI), Raskin (MD): Exempts the Uniformed 
Services University from the Paperwork Reduction Act and allows 
for quicker access to doctoral papers and experiment results 
among the wider scientific community. (10 minutes)
    143. Gabbard (HI): Creates an online program that teaches 
civilian health care providers how to handle veterans. It would 
also inform separating service members of the need to inform 
their health care providers that they served. (10 minutes)
    144. Gabbard (HI): Requires a report by the Office of 
Inspector General of all service members discharged in the last 
20 years, for bad conduct and dishonorable discharges, 
reviewing the demographics (including sex, age, religion, 
tribal affiliation, ethnicity, heritage), reason for discharge, 
whether complaints were filed within their chain of command for 
any reason, including but not limited to fraud, waste, abuse, 
noncompliance with federal or military law, sexual assault, 
sexual abuse, or sexual trauma. The goal is to identify 
existing disparities in how the military treats minorities, 
women, or service members trying to get justice or blow the 
whistle by issuing a study to collect this data in order to 
better address discrimination and sexual assault as it relates 
to how we treat certain discharges. (10 minutes)
    145. Gallagher (WI), Malinowski (NJ): Directs GAO to do a 
report on ZTE's compliance with the settlement agreement it 
reached with the Department of Commerce on June 8, 2018. (10 
minutes)
    146. Gallagher (WI), Courtney (CT): Requires a briefing on 
the supply chain for small unmanned aircraft system components. 
(10 minutes)
    147. Gallagher (WI), Courtney (CT), Yoho (FL), Turner (OH), 
Conaway (TX), Hartzler (MO), Gaetz (FL): Prohibits federal 
operation or procurement of certain foreign-made unmanned 
aircraft systems. (10 minutes)
    148. Gohmert (TX), Flores (TX): Outlines the instruction 
that no soldier may brief another on a pending case because 
they are potential jury members. (10 minutes)
    149. Golden (ME), Bergman (Ml): Requires the Department of 
Defense (DOD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to ask 
servicemembers and veterans who have tested positive for a 
virus designated by the federal government as a pandemic, 
including COVlD-19, if they were previously exposed to burn 
pits, so they can properly address their medical needs and 
ensure they receive proper care. Servicemembers and veterans 
exposed to toxic airborne chemicals or stationed near an open 
burn pit will also be enrolled in the Airborne Hazards and Open 
Burn Pit Registry, unless they choose to opt out. (10 minutes)
    150. Golden (ME), Wittman (VA): Makes the National Parks 
and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Program free for Gold Star 
Families. The pass covers entrance fees at national parks and 
national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees at 
national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the 
Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation. (10 
minutes)
    151. Gonzalez, Anthony (OH), Heck (WA): Directs the U.S. 
Governor for the World Bank to instruct the U.S. representative 
to the Bank that it is U.S. policy to pursue China's graduation 
from World Bank assistance, consistent with the Bank's 
eligibility criteria and requires the Governor to report to 
Congress on U.S. efforts to secure China's graduation. The 
Department of the Treasury shall report to Congress on debt 
transparency and debt management assistance efforts in relation 
to credit provided by China to other countries, including 
through China's Belt and Road Initiative. (10 minutes)
    152. Gonzalez-Colon, Jenniffer (PR), Murphy, Stephanie 
(FL), Soto (FL): Expresses the House of Representatives' 
support for the designation of ``National Borinqueneers Day'' 
in honor of the 65th Infantry Regiment, a U.S. Army unit 
consisting mostly of soldiers from Puerto Rico that was awarded 
the Congressional Gold Medal on April 13, 2016. (10 minutes)
    153. Gonzalez-Colon, Jenniffer (PR), Murphy, Stephanie 
(FL): Requires DOD to brief congressional defense committees on 
the feasibility, benefits, and costs of extending eligibility 
to enroll in TRI-CARE Prime to eligible beneficiaries who 
reside in Puerto Rico and other United States territories. (10 
minutes)
    154. Gosar (AZ), Amodei (NV), Hartzler (MO), Hice (GA), 
Stauber (MN): Directs the Under Secretary of Defense for 
Acquisition and Sustainment to issue guidance that ensures the 
elimination of United States dependency on rare earth materials 
from China by fiscal year 2035. (10 minutes)
    155. Gottheimer (NJ): Requires the Secretary of Defense, in 
coordination with the Secretary of State, to report to Congress 
on the use of online social media by U.S. State Department-
designated foreign terrorist organizations, and the threat 
posed to U.S. national security by online radicalization. (10 
minutes)
    156. Gottheimer (NJ): Ensures members of the National Guard 
responding to the COVlD-19 pandemic are provided with 14 days 
of housing to quarantine safely. (10 minutes)
    157. Gottheimer (NJ): Ensures public disclosure of results 
from lead and copper testing at Department of Defense Education 
Activity (DoDEA) schools. (10 minutes)
    158. Gottheimer (NJ): Requires the Under Secretary of 
Defense for Personnel and Readiness to prepare an annual report 
to Congress containing an analysis of the nationwide costs of 
living for members of the Department of Defense. (10 minutes)
    159. Graves, Garret (LA): Authorizes the service 
secretaries to award the Vietnam Service medal to veterans who 
participated in Operation End Sweep. (10 minutes)
    160. Graves, Garret (LA), Thompson, Mike (CA): Authorizes 
the National Guard to be reimbursed in a timely manner in 
response to an emergency declared under the Stafford Act. (10 
minutes)
    161. Green, Al (TX), Langevin (RI), Katko (NY), Gallagher 
(WI): A GAO study to assess and analyze the state and 
availability of insurance coverage in the United States for 
cybersecurity risks and provide recommendations. (10 minutes)
    162. Green, Mark (TN), Langevin (RI), Gallagher (WI), Katko 
(NY): Enhances CISA's ability to both protect federal civilian 
networks and provide useful threat intelligence to critical 
infrastructure by authorizing continuous threat hunting on the 
.gov domain. This will enable CISA to quickly detect, identify, 
and mitigate threats to federal networks from malware, 
indicators of compromise, and other unauthorized access. (10 
minutes)
    163. Haaland (NM), Castro (TX), Wild (PA), Grijalva (AZ), 
Omar (MN), Espaillat (NY), Clay (MO), Cardenas (CA), Lowenthal 
(CA), Kennedy (MA), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Johnson, Hank (GA): 
Prevents U.S. taxpayer money from assisting Bolsonaro in 
relocating indigenous or Quilombola communities in Brazil. (10 
minutes)
    164. Haaland (NM), Waltz (FL), Speier (CA), Norton (DC), 
Chu (CA), Bustos (IL), Houlahan (PA), Beyer (VA), Cisneros 
(CA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Escobar (TX), Brownley (CA), Dingell 
(MI), Turner (OH), Frankel (FL), Brown (MD), Lawrence (MI), 
Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Underwood (IL), Nadler (NY): Requires the 
Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretaries of 
the military departments, to develop a plan that ensures Armed 
Forces members are not unduly affected due to pregnancy, 
childbirth, or medical condition arising from pregnancy or 
childbirth. (10 minutes)
    165. Hagedorn (MN), Evans (PA): Requires a contracting 
officer to consider the relevant past performance experience of 
first-tier small business subcontractors and small business 
joint venture members. Currently, contracting officers are 
under no obligation to consider such past performance, 
preferring only to consider prime past performance, regardless 
of how relevant it might be to the current contract; this 
amendment requires contracting officers to consider such 
relevant past performance of a small subcontractor or small 
business joint venture member when making contract award 
decisions. (10 minutes)
    166. Harder (CA), Wenstrup (OH), Bustos (IL), Brindisi 
(NY): Revises the conditions allowing a service member to 
terminate a telecommunications service contract after the 
service member receives military orders to relocate. It also 
allows a spouse or dependent to terminate the contract if a 
service member dies while in military service or a member of 
the reserve components performing full-time or active reserve 
duty or inactive-duty training or if a service member incurs a 
catastrophic injury or illness while in military service. (10 
minutes)
    167. Hastings (FL), Panetta (CA), Kennedy (MA): Expresses 
the sense of Congress that the decision to withdraw from the 
Treaty on Open Skies did not comply with Section 1234(a) of the 
2020 National Defense Authorization Act and that confidence and 
security building measures remain vital to the strategic 
interests of our NATO allies and partners (10 minutes)
    168. Hastings (FL): Expresses the sense of Congress that 
the Department of Defense should develop an integrated master 
plan for pursuing Net Zero initiatives and reductions in fossil 
fuels. (10 minutes)
    169. Hayes (CT), Gooden (TX), Torres, Norma (CA): Increases 
authorized funding levels for Air Force university research, 
development, test and evaluation initiatives by $5,000,000. (10 
minutes)
    170. Higgins, Brian (NY): Authorizes the Secretary of 
Defense to contribute $5,000,000 to support the National 
Maritime Heritage Grants program. (10 minutes)
    171. Hill, French (AR): Extends the WWI Valor Medals Review 
by two years. (10 minutes)
    172. Hill, French (AR), Cleaver (MO): Establishes a United 
States policy at the international financial institutions 
(IFIs) to pursue greater transparency with respect to the terms 
and conditions of financing by the People's Republic of China 
to IFI member countries. Requires the Secretary of the Treasury 
to submit to Congress progress reports on advancing this policy 
at the IFIs. These provisions passed the House unanimously as 
the Ensuring China Debt Transparency Act (H.R. 5932) on March 
2, 2020. (10 minutes)
    173. Horn (OK), Olson (TX): Authorizes appropriations to 
establish a federal initiative to accelerate and coordinate 
Federal investments and facilitate new public-private 
partnerships in research, standards, and education in 
artificial intelligence in order to ensure the United States 
leads the world in the development and use of trustworthy 
artificial intelligence systems. (10 minutes)
    174. Horn (OK): Increases the funding authorization for Air 
Force Reserve Contractor Systems Support. (10 minutes)
    175. Horsford (NV), Titus (NV), Lee, Susie (NV), Cox (CA): 
Strikes section 2844 and replaces it with a new section to 
rectify inconsistencies, remove the dispute resolution 
provision, promote management coordination, and clarify the 
Secretary of the Interior has administrative jurisdiction over 
refuge lands, the Secretary of the Air Force has primary 
jurisdiction over bombing impact areas, and the refuge is 
managed subject to the Refuge Administration Act. This 
amendment continues to include no expansion of the existing 
range and increased access for tribes and the Fish and Wildlife 
Service. (10 minutes)
    176. Houlahan (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Dean (PA), Welch 
(VT), Stevens (MI): Increases the authorization for the CDC 
study of PFAS health implications from $10 million to $15 
million. (10 minutes)
    177. Houlahan (PA): Requires DOD to assess each DOD 
component's cyber hygiene and requires a GAO assessment of that 
report. (10 minutes)
    178. Hudson (NC): Requires the Commander of USSOCOM to 
submit a report on the Preservation of the Force and Family 
(POTFF) program's types of professional employment and ability 
to meet current and future needs. (10 minutes)
    179. Jackson Lee (TX), Langevin (RI), Gallagher (WI), Katko 
(NY), Bishop, Sanford (GA), Carson (IN), Joyce, John (PA): 
Implements a recommendation made by the Cyberspace Solarium 
Commission to require the Secretary of Homeland Security to 
develop a strategy to implement Domain-based Message 
Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) standard 
across U.S.-based email providers. (10 minutes)
    180. Jackson Lee (TX): Requires the the Director of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Under Secretary of 
Homeland Security for Intelligence and Analysis, and the 
Director of National Intelligence to report to Congress, in not 
less than 180 days, an evaluation of the nature and extent of 
the domestic terror threat and domestic terrorist groups. (10 
minutes)
    181. Jackson Lee (TX): Provides authorization for $2.5 
million increase in funding to combat post-traumatic stress 
disorder (PTSD). (10 minutes)
    182. Jackson Lee (TX), Thompson, Bennie (MS), Clay (MO), 
Meeks (NY), McEachin (VA), Veasey (TX), Bishop, Sanford (GA), 
Carson (IN), Hayes (CT): Directs the Secretary of Defense to 
report on the number of military bases, installations, and 
facilities that are named after African Americans; and directs 
each Secretary responsible for a branch of the military to 
establish a review process to consider the naming of military 
installations and covered defense property under the 
jurisdiction of that Secretary after African Americans who 
served in the Armed Forces with honor, heroism, and distinction 
and are deserving of recognition. (10 minutes)
    183. Jackson Lee (TX): Provides authorization for a $10 
million increase in funding for increased collaboration with 
NIH to combat Triple Negative Breast Cancer. (10 minutes)
    184. Jayapal (WA): Directs federal agencies to initiate 
debarment proceedings for contractors with repeat and willful 
wage theft violations. (10 minutes)
    185. Jeffries (NY): Encourages the Department of Defense to 
build partnerships with minority and women-owned Department of 
Defense contractors to establish STEM apprenticeships and 
internships. (10 minutes)
    186. Johnson, Hank (GA): Renews a reporting requirement on 
U.S. Government foreign police training and equipping programs 
for FYs 2023, 2024, and 2025. (10 minutes)
    187. Johnson, Mike (LA), Suozzi (NY): Requires a report 
from the Secretary of Defense on the activities of China's 
United Front Work Department in the United States and the 
extent to which these activities pose a threat to U.S. national 
security and national defense. (10 minutes)
    188. Johnson, Mike (LA): Expresses the sense of Congress 
that the Secretary of Defense should include in existing 
reporting, an assessment of and recommendations to address, 
gaps or vulnerabilities within the National Technology and 
Industrial Base Sector that enable theft of intellectual 
property critical to the development and long-term 
sustainability of defense technologies. (10 minutes)
    189. Johnson, Mike (LA), Crist (FL), Vela (TX): Expresses a 
sense of Congress for the United States and its allies at NATO 
Summits to prioritize deterring Russian aggression. (10 
minutes)
    190. Johnson, Mike (LA): Directs the Secretary of Defense 
to assess the extent to which the government of Afghanistan is 
combatting gross human rights violations and promoting 
religious freedom in the region. (10 minutes)
    191. Johnson, Mike (LA): Requires Defense Secretary to 
consider additional installations for purposes of the 5G test 
bed program. (10 minutes)
    192. Joyce, John (PA), Houlahan (PA): Directs SBA to 
develop a training curriculum on category management for staff 
of Federal agencies with procurement or acquisition 
responsibilities. Such training would consist of best practices 
for purchasing goods and services from small businesses. (10 
minutes)
    193. Keating (MA), Vela (TX): Requires that if POTUS 
invokes the Defense Production Act in the context of a global 
pandemic, the U.S. shall coordinate with NATO and other allied 
countries to address supply chain gaps and promote access to 
vaccines and other remedies. (10 minutes)
    194. Keating (MA), Wagner (MO), Frankel (FL), Malinowski 
(NJ): Requires a strategy for U.S. engagement in Afghanistan 
subsequent to any Afghan reconciliation agreement to support 
the implementation of commitments to women and girls' inclusion 
and empowerment and protection of basic human rights in 
Afghanistan. (10 minutes)
    195. Keating (MA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Kim (NJ), Curtis (UT), 
Suozzi (NY), Phillips (MN): Establishes an interagency task 
force to coordinate U.S. government efforts to fight foreign 
public corruption and a fund to support those efforts. (10 
minutes)
    196. Keating (MA): Requires reporting on financial and non-
financial institutions operating outside of the United States, 
classes of transactions, jurisdictions outside of the United 
States, and accounts for which there are reasonable grounds to 
conclude are of primary money laundering concern in connection 
with Russian illicit finance. (10 minutes)
    197. Keating (MA), Engel (NY): Reforms the authorities of 
the CEO of the US Agency for Global Media and International 
Broadcasting Advisory Board. (10 minutes)
    198. Keller (PA), Reschenthaler (PA): Requires the 
Secretary to prioritize domestic procurement of tungsten and 
tungsten powder to meet defense needs. (10 minutes)
    199. Khanna (CA), Gallagher (WI): Expresses a sense of the 
Congress that the National Science Foundation is critical to 
the expansion of the frontiers of scientific knowledge and 
advancing American technological leadership in key 
technologies, and that in order to continue to achieve its 
mission in the face of rising challenges from strategic 
competitors, the National Science Foundation should receive a 
significant increase in funding, expand its use of its existing 
authorities to carry out new and innovative types of 
activities, consider new authorities that it may need, and 
increase existing activities such as the convergence 
accelerators aimed at accelerating the translation of 
fundamental research for the economic and national security 
benefit of the United States. (10 minutes)
    200. Kildee (MI): Requires DoD to set up a dissent channel 
to allow members of the Armed Forces and civilian employees to 
express views regarding US national security policy without 
fear of retribution. (10 minutes)
    201. Kildee (MI): Requires the DoD to create and implement 
a training program for members of the Armed Forces and 
employees of DoD regarding foreign disinformation campaigns 
targeting them. (10 minutes)
    202. Kilmer (WA), Heck (WA): Expands the quality of life 
criteria for the Defense Communities Infrastructure Program to 
include projects that address `installation commuter workforce 
issues' to help improve the quality of life for active duty and 
civilian workforce living off base. (10 minutes)
    203. Kilmer (WA): Extends the authorization of the current 
overtime rate authority for Department of the Navy employees 
performing work aboard or dockside in support of the nuclear-
powered aircraft carrier forward deployed in Japan which is set 
to expire on 30 September 2021. (10 minutes)
    204. Kilmer (WA), King, Peter (NY), Murphy, Stephanie (FL), 
Hurd (TX), Clarke, Yvette (NY): Requires the Science and 
Technology Directorate in the Department of Homeland Security 
to report at specified intervals on the state of digital 
content forgery technology. Digital content forgery is the use 
of emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence and 
machine learning techniques, to fabricate or manipulate audio, 
visual, or text content with the intent to mislead. (10 
minutes)
    205. Kinzinger (IL), Spanberger (VA): Requires a 
determination on the imposition of sanctions with respect to 
the Government of Turkey's acquisition of the S-400 air and 
missile defense system from the Russian Federation. (10 
minutes)
    206. Kinzinger (IL), Axne (IA), Cole (OK), Malinowski (NJ), 
McMorris Rodgers (WA), Loebsack (IA), Olson (TX), Miller (WV), 
Cloud (TX), Guest (MS), Palazzo (MS), Kelly, Trent (MS), 
Finkenauer (IA): Prohibits the divestment of the RC-26B ISR/IAA 
platform. (10 minutes)
    207. Kirkpatrick (AZ): Amends Section 2684a of title 10, 
United States Code, to facilitate agreements with States and 
other Federal agencies in order to limit encroachments and 
other constraints on military training, testing, and 
operations. (10 minutes)
    208. Kirkpatrick (AZ), Gallego (AZ): Adds language to 
ensure greater transparency from the USAF with the AlO aircraft 
re-wing effort. (10 minutes)
    209. Krishnamoorthi (IL): Requires the Secretary of Defense 
to provide a report to Congress on the effectiveness of 
readiness contracts in meeting the military's prescription drug 
supply needs and how the contractual approach can be a model 
for responding to drug shortages in the civilian health care 
market. (10 minutes)
    210. Krishnamoorthi (IL), Khanna (CA), Pallone (NJ), Suozzi 
(NY), Yoho (FL), Holding (NC), Jackson Lee (TX), Stevens (MI), 
Chabot (OH): Expresses the sense of Congress on cross-border 
violence between the Government of the People's Republic of 
China and India and the growing territorial claims of the 
government of the People's Republic of China. (10 minutes)
    211. Kuster (NH), Bacon (NE): Directs GAO to study the 
vulnerabilities created by foreign call centers supporting the 
Department of Defense. (10 minutes)
    212. Kuster (NH), Stivers (OH): Directs the Secretary of 
Veterans' Affairs to study the cause for post-9/11 veterans who 
are women experiencing joblessness at a higher rate than the 
rest of the veterans community. (10 minutes)
    213. Kuster (NH), Pappas (NH), Welch (VT): Directs the Army 
Corp of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center 
(ERDC) to reopen all childcare facilities closed in FY20. ERDC 
announced it would permanently close a childcare facility 
located at a base in Hanover, NH in June 2020, disrupting the 
regional childcare network by forcing it to absorb an influx of 
children and creating additional uncertainty for families 
during a pandemic. (10 minutes)
    214. Kuster (NH), Katko (NY): Directs the Department of 
Defense to consider the role of overdose reversal drugs in 
their policy and data tracking to prevent opioid overdoses. (10 
minutes)
    215. Kustoff (TN): Expresses Congressional intent that the 
Secretary of the Army may convey to the City of Milan, 
Tennessee parcels of real property of the Milan Army Ammunition 
Plant, Tennessee, consisting of approximately 292 acres and 
commonly referred to as Parcels A, B and C. (10 minutes)
    216. Lamb (PA), Bost (IL), Weber (TX), Pappas (NH): 
Authorizes members of the U.S. Coast Guard to participate in 
the Department of Defense's SkillBridge program, which connects 
transitioning servicemembers with workforce training 
opportunities. (10 minutes)
    217. Lamb (PA), Garcia, Mike (CA): Directs the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to establish a 
Center for Artificial Intelligence within the National Center 
for Environmental Information (NCEI). (10 minutes)
    218. Lamborn (CO): Requires the SecDef, in consultation 
with SecAF and CSO, to report on DOD processes and procedures 
for identifying and securing frequency licenses for national 
security space ground assets. (10 minutes)
    219. Langevin (RI), Thompson, Bennie (MS), Richmond (LA), 
Katko (NY), Lynch (MA), Gallagher (WI): Allows CISA to issue 
administrative subpoenas to ISPs to identify and warn entities 
of cyber security vulnerabilities. (10 minutes)
    220. Langevin (RI), Gallagher (WI): Codifies the 
responsibilities of the sector risk management agencies with 
regard to assessing and defending against cyber risks. (10 
minutes)
    221. Latta (OH): Directs the Secretary of Defense to 
establish performance measures regarding the Armed Forces' 
Credentialing Opportunities OnLine (COOL) programs so that 
entities interested in the success of separating service-
members can accurately gauge the success and effectiveness of 
such programs. These performance measures include the 
percentage of members of the Armed Forces who participate in a 
professional credential program; the percentage of members of 
the Armed Forces who have completed a professional credential 
program; and the percentage of members of the Armed Forces who 
are employed not later than one year after separation or 
release from the Armed Forces. (10 minutes)
    222. Lawrence (Ml): States that each Secretary of a 
military department shall--(1) share lessons learned and best 
practices on the progress of plans to integrate members of the 
Armed Forces who identify as belonging to a minority group into 
the military department under the jurisdiction of the Secretary 
and (2) strategically communicate such progress with other 
military departments and the public. (10 minutes)
    223. Lawrence (MI), Escobar (TX), Dean (PA): Directs the 
Secretary of Defense to develop a policy that defines conscious 
and unconscious gender bias and provides guidance to eliminate 
conscious and unconscious gender bias. (10 minutes)
    224. Lawrence (MI), Lesko (AZ), Dean (PA), Gonzalez-Colon, 
Jenniffer (PR): Requires each Secretary of a military 
department to develop and implement policies to ensure that the 
career of a member of the Armed Forces is not negatively 
affected as a result of such member becoming pregnant. (10 
minutes)
    225. Levin, Andy (MI), Tonko (NY), Khanna (CA), Kildee 
(MI), Welch (VT): Places a moratorium on the incineration of 
PFAS materials by the DOD until the Secretary of Defense 
finalizes guidance on the PFAS safe disposal regulations 
required by section 330 of the NDAA for Fiscal Year 2020 and 
requires the Secretary of Defense to submit an annual report on 
all PFAS incineration by the DOD each year to the EPA 
Administrator, beginning one year after publication of the 
final PFAS safe disposal regulation guidelines. (10 minutes)
    226. Levin, Andy (MI), Dean (PA), Posey (FL), Fitzpatrick 
(PA), Kildee (MI): Modifies the section on public disclosure of 
DOD testing for PFAS on military installations and former 
defense sites to require the publication of results online 
within seven days, or within 30 days if the results are put 
into the Federal Register. (10 minutes)
    227. Levin, Andy (MI), Dean (PA), Posey (FL), Kim (NJ), 
Kildee (MI): Guarantees servicemembers won't be forced to 
shoulder any additional cost for blood testing related to PFAS 
exposure. (10 minutes)
    228. Levin, Mike (CA), Cardenas (CA): Expands SCRA 
protections to a servicemember who receives military orders for 
a PCS, enters into a telecommunications contract, then receives 
a stop movement order from DoD in response to a local, 
national, or global emergency for a period of not less than 30 
days which prevents them from using the contract. (10 minutes)
    229. Levin, Mike (CA), Cardenas (CA): Makes technical 
changes to DoD Transition Assistance Program (TAP) counseling 
pathway factors regarding disability and discharge. (10 
minutes)
    230. Levin, Mike (CA), Cardenas (CA): Adds Transition 
Assistance Program (TAP) counseling pathway factors regarding 
childcare requirements, employment status of household members, 
location of duty station, effects of operational and personnel 
tempo on the member and household, and Indian status. (10 
minutes)
    231. Levin, Mike (CA), Torres, Norma (CA): Adds $5 million 
to the Naval University Research Initiative and reduces the 
Army's Service-Wide Communications account by $5 million. (10 
minutes)
    232. Lipinski (IL): Requires the Under Secretary of Defense 
for Research and Engineering to coordinate with the Under 
Secretary of Defense for Policy on the social science, 
management science, and information science research in order 
to facilitate transition of research findings into Department 
strategic documents. (10 minutes)
    233. Lucas (OK), Cole (OK): Requires the Secretary of the 
Interior to deliver a report to Congress containing the status 
of the Oklahoma City National Memorial and a summary of non-
Federal funding that has been raised by the memorial. (10 
minutes)
    234. Luria (VA), Bacon (NE): Expresses the sense of 
Congress that the U.S. affirms our commitments to our Pacific 
allies of Japan and the Republic of Korea. (10 minutes)
    235. Luria 01 A): Calls attention to musculoskeletal 
injuries, one of the top injuries facing warfighters, 
recognizes the importance of tissue repair innovations for 
these injuries, and encourages continued research and 
innovation that is occurring within the Navy's Wound Care 
Research program. (10 minutes)
    236. Luria (VA): Prohibits the use of authorized funds to 
deactivate, unman, or sell Army watercraft assets until the 
Secretary of Defense has certified receipt of the Army 
Watercraft Study and that the review, analysis, and 
recommendations made in the AWS are considered. (10 minutes)
    237. Lynch (MA), Hice (GA): Reauthorizes the independent 
and bipartisan Commission on Wartime Contracting to ensure 
greater oversight of U.S. overseas contracting and 
reconstruction spending in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and other 
war zones. (10 minutes)
    238. Lynch (MA), Connolly (VA), Kelly, Robin (IL), Lawrence 
(Ml), Rouda (CA), Welch (VT), Kildee (Ml): Requires the 
immediate declassification of previously public data related to 
the progress of U.S. security and reconstruction efforts in 
Afghanistan. (10 minutes)
    239. Lynch (MA), Budd (NC), Rice, Kathleen (NY), 
Fitzpatrick (PA), Cohen (TN): Establishes within the Department 
of the Treasury the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Program. 
The bill H.R. 389, which passed off House Floor by UC, rewards 
individuals providing information to the government about 
assets of a corrupt foreign government that are on deposit with 
a U.S. financial institution. (10 minutes)
    240. Malinowski (NJ), Wagner (MO), Trone (MD): Requires the 
Secretary of State to provide a certification on whether state-
sanctioned intimidation and harassment by the Egyptian 
government against Americans and their families constitutes a 
``pattern of acts of intimidation or harassment,'' which would 
trigger a suspension of security assistance under section 6 of 
the Arms Export Control Act. (10 minutes)
    241. Malinowski (NJ), Bera (CA), Keating (MA): Provides for 
robust reporting and strategy requirements on the Afghan peace 
negotiations, evolving conditions on the ground, and monitoring 
of agreement implementation. This is a similar companion to a 
Menendez-Young Senate NDAA amendment. (10 minutes)
    242. Malinowski (NJ), Sherman (CA), Curtis (UT), Gallego 
(AZ), Wagner (MO), Omar (MN), Yoho (FL), Clarke, Yvette (NY), 
Gallagher (WI), Levin, Andy (Ml), Crenshaw (TX), Castro (TX), 
Cohen (TN), Connolly (VA), Deutch (FL), Waltz (FL), Dingell 
(Ml), Cicilline (RI): Imposes robust export control policy 
requirements on the Commerce Department to address the 
surveillance regime being used to target, track, and persecute 
Uighurs in Xinjiang. This replicates a provision passed out of 
the House of Representatives in December 2019 under suspension 
as part of S.178--Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2019. (10 
minutes)
    243. Maloney, Sean (NY): Requires the inclusion of United 
States Service Academies during the establishment of a 
comprehensive mentoring program and career development 
framework with measurable metric and outcomes to retain the 
best and brightest and increase diversity. (10 minutes)
    244. Maloney, Sean (NY): Ensures the availability of 
certain medical services at U.S. Service Academies, including 
emergency room services, orthopedic services, general surgery 
services and gynecological services. (10 minutes)
    245. Maloney, Sean (NY): Requires the Sec Def and the 
Secretaries of the Military Services to include United States 
Service Academies when establishing goals for increasing women 
and minorities. (10 minutes)
    246. Maloney, Sean (NY): Requires all military service 
academies to submit a report to the Secretary of Defense and 
Congress to include: (1) Anonymized Equal Opportunity Claims 
and determinations of academies over the past 20 years, (2) 
Results of a climate survey of cadets conducted by an external 
entity, (3) A review of educational and extracurricular 
instruction to include; (a) A review of courses to ensure the 
inclusion of minority communities in authorship and course 
content, and; (b) A review of faculty and staff demographics to 
determine diversity recruitment practices at these 
institutions. (10 minutes)
    247. Marshall (KS): Authorizes modifications to the First 
Division Monument to honor members of the First Infantry 
Division of the U.S. Army who gave the ultimate sacrifice 
during Operation Desert Storm and the Global War on Terror. The 
amendment does not authorize or require federal funds. (10 
minutes)
    248. Mast (FL): Authorizes the Department of Defense to 
reinstate and transfer officers in medical specialties in the 
reserve components of the armed forces previously retired 
honorably or under honorable conditions. (10 minutes)
    249. McAdams (UT), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH): Directs GAO to 
study the shared features among trafficking networks, including 
facilitators, finances, and proceeds. Requires GAO to report 
recommendations for any legislative or regulatory changes 
necessary to combat trafficking or the laundering of proceeds 
from trafficking. (10 minutes)
    250. McBath (GA), Torres, Norma (CA): Reduces funding by $5 
million for operations & maintenance, Army, admin, and 
servicewide activities and communications. Increases funding 
for university research by $5 million. (10 minutes)
    251. McCaul (TX), Engel (NY): Adds the text of Leveraging 
Information on Foreign Traffickers (LIFT) Act. This amendment 
version is of the Foreign Affairs Committee-adopted R.R. 5664, 
which improves USG coordination and information-sharing to 
combat international human trafficking, and reauthorizes and 
strengthens the survivor-led U.S. Advisory Council on Human 
Trafficking. (10 minutes)
    252. McCaul (TX), Malinowski (NJ), Kinzinger (IL), Curtis 
(UT), Engel (NY), Stewart (UT): Establishes the Open Technology 
Fund to promote global internet freedom by countering internet 
censorship and repressive surveillance by authoritarian 
regimes. This amendment version is the same as H.R. 6621, which 
is a bipartisan bill. (10 minutes)
    253. McGovern (MA), Engel (NY): Requires the release of 
Department of Defense documents on the 1981 El Mozote massacre 
in El Salvador to judicial authorities. (10 minutes)
    254. McGovern (MA), Lynch (MA), Pressley (MA), Keating 
(MA), Vargas (CA), Trahan (MA), Kennedy (MA), Ryan (OH), 
Gonzalez, Anthony (OH), Joyce, David (OH), Garamendi (CA), 
Peters (CA), Gomez (CA): Expressed a Sense of Congress relating 
to payment of amounts owed by Kuwait to about 45 U.S. hospitals 
and medical institutions since 2018. (10 minutes)
    255. McGovern (MA), Wagner (MO), Fitzpatrick (PA), 
Malinowski (NJ), Bilirakis (FL), Raskin (MD): Encourages the 
protection and promotion of internationally recognized human 
rights during and after the novel coronavirus pandemic, through 
reporting, orientation of foreign assistance programming, 
conditioning of security sector assistance, provision of DOD 
guidance, and ongoing tracking of the misuse of emergency 
powers or surveillance capacities. (10 minutes)
    256. McGovern (MA), Smith, Christopher (NJ): Requires the 
completion of a review of Department of Defense compliance with 
the ``Principles Related to the Protection of Medical Care 
Provided by Impartial Humanitarian Organizations During Armed 
Conflict.'' (10 minutes)
    257. McGovern (MA), Walorski (IN): Establishes the Wounded 
Warrior Service Dog Program, which supports veterans and 
service members by funding nonprofit organizations who have 
been established for the purpose of training and providing 
service dogs. (10 minutes)
    258. McGovern (MA), Smith, Christopher (NJ): Prohibits the 
commercial export of covered defense articles and services and 
covered munitions items to the Hong Kong Police Force. (10 
minutes)
    259. McGovern (MA): Requires reporting on allegations that 
United States security sector assistance provided to the 
Government of Colombia was used by or on behalf of the 
government for purposes of unlawful surveillance or 
intelligence gathering directed at the civilian population, 
including human rights defenders, judicial personnel, 
journalists, and the political opposition, and to identify 
steps to prevent recurrence; and to encourage accountability 
for individuals in Colombia alleged to be responsible. (10 
minutes)
    260. McKinley (WV), Napolitano (CA): Requires the 
Department of Defense to submit a report to Congress regarding 
the resources and authorities the Secretary determines 
necessary to identify the effects of the National Guard Youth 
Challenge Program on graduates of that program during the five 
years immediately preceding the date of the report. (10 
minutes)
    261. McKinley (WV), Yoho (FL): Requires the Secretary of 
Defense to, no later than 180 days after enactment of this Act, 
submit to Congress a report regarding partnerships with 
institutions of higher education for rare earth material supply 
chain security. (10 minutes)
    262. Meeks (NY): Requires public companies to disclose the 
racial, ethnic, and gender composition of their boards of 
directors and executive officers, as well as the status of any 
of those directors and officers as a veteran. (10 minutes)
    263. Meeks (NY): Requires the Department of Defense to 
create an Assistant Deputy Secretary for Environment and 
Resilience after conducting a study on the issue and reporting 
its findings to Congress. (10 minutes)
    264. Meng (NY), Lieu (CA): Adds into the sense of Congress 
on burden sharing by partners and allies a provision to engage 
South Korea and Japan in fair and equitable negotiations 
regarding their respective special measures agreements. (10 
minutes)
    265. Meng (NY): Adds an assessment of barriers to English 
language learners into evaluation of barriers to minority 
participation in the Armed Forces. (10 minutes)
    266. Meng (NY): Permanently authorizes to National Guard 
Suicide Prevention program. (10 minutes)
    267. Meng (NY): Requires all written materials prepared by 
the DOD for the general public relating to COVID-19 be 
translated into other languages. (10 minutes)
    268. Mitchell (MI), Spanberger (VA): Waives passport fees 
for family members obtaining a passport for the purpose of 
visiting an injured service member overseas. (10 minutes)
    269. Moore (WI), Stivers (OH): Encourages the Defense 
Department to continue to take steps to address maternal 
mortality, including establishing a Maternal Mortality Review 
Committee. (10 minutes)
    270. Moulton (MA): Requires the National Security 
Innovation Network (NSIN) to leverage commercial software 
platforms and databases to enable DoD to access information on 
private sector, venture capital, and technology solutions to 
DoD innovation challenges. (10 minutes)
    271. Moulton (MA): Requires the Director of National 
Intelligence to contract with a federally funded research and 
development center to conduct a study on identifying and 
addressing threats that individually or collectively affect 
national security, financial security, or both. (10 minutes)
    272. Murphy, Gregory (NC), Butterfield (NC): States the 
responsibility of the Navy for military construction 
requirements for certain fleet readiness requirements. (10 
minutes)
    273. Murphy, Stephanie (FL), Shalala (FL), Mucarsel-Powell 
(FL), Wasserman Schultz (FL), Soto (FL), Diaz-Balart (FL): 
Requires the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense to 
submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report 
regarding the political, economic, health, and humanitarian 
crisis in Venezuela, and its implications for United States 
national security and regional security and stability. (10 
minutes)
    274. Norman (SC), Schrader (OR): Tasks the Secretary of 
Defense to prepare a report to Congress on programs funded by 
OCO, the manner and extent to which the Secretary plans to 
shift the funding of each such program in the ensuing fiscal 
years, and a plan on how said funding will be transitioned in 
accordance with the PBR. (10 minutes)
    275. Norman (SC), Lipinski (IL): Directs the Department of 
Energy (DOE) to establish a research program in artificial 
intelligence and high-performance computing focused on the 
development of tools to solve big data challenges associated 
with veterans' healthcare and the Department of Veterans 
Affairs activities in identifying potential health risks and 
challenges in veteran populations. Authorizes DOE to develop 
analysis tools that can address various big data challenges in 
industry, academia, and relevant Federal agencies, to promote 
data sharing and collaboration, and to establish multiple user 
facilities that serve as data enclaves capable of securely 
storing relevant data sets. (10 minutes)
    276. Norton (DC): Directs the Assistant Secretary of the 
Air Force to submit a report to Congress on all selections 
during the preceding five-year period under the Small Business 
Innovation Research Program or the Small Business Technology 
Transfer Program that were not followed with funding awards. 
(10 minutes)
    277. Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Omar (MN), Tlaib (Ml), Haaland 
(NM), Pressley (MA): Prohibits the use offunds for aerial 
fumigation in Colombia. (10 minutes)
    278. Olson (TX), Flores (TX), Mullin (OK): Requires a 
report on the support for democratic reforms by the government 
of the Republic of Georgia. (10 minutes)
    279. Olson (TX), McNerney (CA), DelBene (WA): Examines how 
AI can enhance opportunities for different geographic regions, 
underrepresented populations, and our nation's workforce, among 
other areas. (10 minutes)
    280. Omar (MN): Expands the reporting requirements in the 
event of a troop withdrawal from Africa to include reporting on 
the expected impact of such withdrawal on (1) the frequency of 
airstrikes in Africa and (2) human rights. (10 minutes)
    281. Pallone (NJ), Sherman (CA), Speier (CA), Schiff (CA), 
Lofgren (CA): Requires a report from the Secretary of Defense, 
in collaboration with the Secretary of State, addressing 
allegations that some units of foreign countries that have 
participated in security cooperation programs under section 333 
of title 10, U.S.C. may have also committed gross violations of 
internationally recognized human rights before or while 
receiving U.S. security assistance. This report would also 
include recommendations to improve human rights training and 
additional measures that can be adopted to prevent these types 
of violations. (10 minutes)
    282. Panetta (CA): Requires DOD evaluate expanded use of 
TRI-CARE pregnancy resources for servicemembers and their 
spouses. (10 minutes)
    283. Panetta (CA): Authorizes faculty at military 
educational institutions to accept research grants to support 
scientific, literary, and educational efforts. (10 minutes)
    284. Panetta (CA): Requires annual public assessment of 
contractor performance metrics for privatized military 
housing--including, tenant satisfaction, maintenance 
management, project safety, and financial management. (10 
minutes)
    285. Panetta (CA), Torres Small, Xochitl (NM), Haaland 
(NM), Sherman (CA): Affirms Congressional support for the 
National Nuclear Security Administration and requires GAO 
review the hiring, training, and retention of a diverse and 
highly-educated national security workforce. (10 minutes)
    286. Panetta (CA), Langevin (RI): Requires progress reports 
on maritime security and domain awareness. (10 minutes)
    287. Panetta (CA): Enhances support services for Special 
Operations Forces, their families, and supporting personnel. 
(10 minutes)
    288. Panetta (CA): Requires a report on the future role of 
the Naval Postgraduate School in space education, including a 
description of additional resources necessary to meet evolving 
DOD space-related needs. (10 minutes)
    289. Pappas (NH): Increases funding for the Backpackable 
Communications System (BPCS) by $5 million. (10 minutes)
    290. Pence (IN), Cisneros (CA): Allows for the inclusion of 
``off-road vehicles'', such as construction or agricultural 
equipment, in section 316 regarding the replacement of non-
tactical motor vehicles at the end of service life. (10 
minutes)
    291. Pence (IN): Extends by 2 years the sunset date for 
Sec. 1651 of the FY2019 NDAA (Public Law 115-232; 32 U.S.C. 501 
note) Pilot Program on Regional Cybersecurity Training Center 
for the Army National Guard. (10 minutes)
    292. Perlmutter (CO), Crow (CO), Wilson, Joe (SC): Inserts 
a Sense of Congress supporting the Office of the Ombudsman as 
an important resource for claimants of the Energy Employees 
Occupational Illness Compensation Program and urges the Sectary 
of Labor to maintain the longstanding policy of allocating 
funds for the Office of the Ombudsman should there be a lapse 
in appropriation. (10 minutes)
    293. Perlmutter (CO), Posey (FL), Kildee (MI), Fitzpatrick 
(PA), Dean (PA), Rouda (CA): Requires NIST and NIOSH to conduct 
a study on the use of PFAS chemicals in firefighting equipment 
and the risk of exposure faced by firefighters. Creates a grant 
program for additional research and improvements to 
firefighting equipment to reduce exposure to PFAS. (10 minutes)
    294. Perry (PA): Directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
consultation with relevant Federal departments and agencies, to 
prepare an assessment on the People's Liberation Army of the 
People's Republic of China 2035 modernization targets. (10 
minutes)
    295. Peters (CA), Levin, Mike (CA), Heck (WA), Stivers 
(OH), Cisneros (CA), Brownley (CA), Panetta (CA): Expands 
eligibility for HUD-VA Supportive Housing (VASH) voucher 
program to allow veterans with other-than-honorable discharges 
to access supportive housing vouchers (identical to H.R. 2398, 
the Veteran HOUSE Act). (10 minutes)
    296. Phillips (MN): Amends section 1210A(h) of the FY20 
NOAA (PL 116-92) to extend the deadline for DoD support for 
stabilization activities from Dec 31, 2020 to Dec 31, 2021. (10 
minutes)
    297. Phillips (MN), Yoho (FL): Creates a statement of 
policy that the State Department, in coordination with DoD and 
USAID, should play a critical role in the prevention of 
atrocities and mitigation of fragility. The amendment mandates 
that the Secretary of State must use the Atrocity Prevention 
Framework to inform its integrated country strategy and deliver 
a report to Congress on its plan of action to address those 
risks in countries most at risk for new onset of mass killing. 
(10 minutes)
    298. Phillips (MN), Mast (FL): Requires the DoD to produce 
a report and briefing on officer training in irregular warfare. 
The report will include: The level of instruction received, the 
number of hours of instruction at each level, and the basic 
subject areas the curriculum covers. (10 minutes)
    299. Phillips (MN): Requires the Secretary of Defense to 
report on the efficacy of using point of collection testing 
devices to modernize the drug demand reduction program random 
urinalysis testing. (10 minutes)
    300. Phillips (MN): Requires the Secretary of Defense, in 
consultation with the Secretary of the VA, to conduct a report 
on the effectiveness of the presence of CVSOs at demobilization 
centers. (10 minutes)
    301. Phillips (MN), Cloud (TX): Requires GAO to deliver a 
report on the analysis of the Department of Defense processes 
for responding to congressional reporting requirements in the 
annual NDAAs and accompanying committee reports. (10 minutes)
    302. Phillips (MN), Roe (TN): Extends casualty assistant 
officer privileges to families in the case a surviving spouse 
dies with dependent children if such services are requested by 
the dependent child or their guardian. This amendment honors 
the memory of Cheryl Lankford. (10 minutes)
    303. Phillips (MN), Raskin (MD), Castro (TX), Garamendi 
(CA), Wexton (VA), Connolly (VA), Deutch (FL), Panetta (CA): 
Requires the Director of the Peace Corps to conduct a report to 
Congress on its plans to resume operations after the 
coronavirus pandemic. (10 minutes)
    304. Pingree (ME): Requires a report on sexual abuse and 
harassment of recruits during pre-entry medical exams. (10 
minutes)
    305. Plaskett (VI): Provides for continuation of current 
waiver authority for HBCUs in areas impacted by Hurricane Maria 
to use pre-disaster FY '17 enrollment data for purposes of 
post-disaster Title III HBCU funding (through FY '22). (10 
minutes)
    306. Plaskett (VI): Provides assistance to small businesses 
located in U.S. territories in securing opportunities in the 
federal marketplace, as recommended by the Congressional Task 
Force on Economic Growth in Puerto Rico. (10 minutes)
    307. Porter (CA): Requires that Inspector General vacancies 
be filled by qualified individuals currently serving in the 
office of an Inspector General. (10 minutes)
    308. Porter (CA), Torres, Norma (CA): Increases funding for 
Army University Research Initiatives by $5,000,000. (10 
minutes)
    309. Porter (CA): Allows servicemembers to have a private 
right of action in the event that credit reporting bureaus 
engage in misconduct related to free credit monitoring. (10 
minutes)
    310. Porter (CA), Speier (CA), Castro (TX), Phillips (MN): 
Increases transparency of annual Department of Defense 
legislative requests for the National Defense Authorization 
Act. (10 minutes)
    311. Porter (CA): Directs the GAO to conduct a study on 
predatory social media targeting service members, military 
families, and veterans. (10 minutes)
    312. Posey (FL): Requires the Secretary of the Air Force 
provide a briefing on the potential use of a modular civil 
supersonic aircraft with a military-engineered front section to 
host multiple mission payloads. (10 minutes)
    313. Reschenthaler (PA), Doyle (PA), Thompson, Glenn (PA), 
Lamb (PA), Kelly, Mike (PA): Expresses a Sense of Congress that 
the additive manufacturing and machine learning initiative of 
the Army has the potential to accelerate the ability to deploy 
additive manufacturing capabilities in expeditionary settings 
and strengthen the United States defense industrial supply 
chain. (10 minutes)
    314. Reschenthaler (PA), Thompson, Glenn (PA), Fitzpatrick 
(PA), Lamb (PA), Kelly, Mike (PA), Keller (PA): States that the 
Secretary of the Army shall develop a comprehensive, long-term 
strategy, which shall include a risk assessment, gap analysis, 
proposed courses of action, investment options, and a 
sustainment plan, for the development, production, procurement 
and modernization of cannon and large caliber weapons tubes 
that mitigates identified risks and gaps to the Army and the 
defense industrial base. (10 minutes)
    315. Reschenthaler (PA), Trone (MD): Authorizes the 
President to transfer two excess OLIVER HAZARD PERRY class 
guided missile frigates to the Government of Egypt, upon 
certifying that certain conditions are met. (10 minutes)
    316. Reschenthaler (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Thompson, Glenn 
(PA), Doyle (PA), Wild (PA), Lamb (PA), Houlahan (PA), Kelly, 
Mike (PA): Designates an official serving within the Office of 
the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering to 
work with the academic and research communities to protect 
academic research funded by the Department of Defense from 
undue foreign influences and threats. (10 minutes)
    317. Rice, Kathleen (NY): Increases transparency of 
contracts issued in support of the border wall by broadening 
the requirements for the type of contract actions that DOD must 
report publicly, and by requiring any modifications over $7 
million to be made public. (10 minutes)
    318. Rice, Kathleen (NY), Gallagher (WI), Langevin (RI): 
Implements a recommendation from the Cyberspace Solarium 
Commission by authorizing the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure 
Security Agency to provide shared cybersecurity services to 
agencies, upon request, to assist in meeting Federal 
Information Security Modernization Act requirements and other 
agency functions. (10 minutes)
    319. Richmond (LA), Langevin (RI), Gallagher (WI), Katko 
(NY): Implements a recommendation from the Cyberspace Solarium 
Commission that there be established at the Department of 
Homeland Security a Joint Planning Office to coordinate 
cybersecurity planning and readiness across the Federal 
government, State and local government, and critical 
infrastructure owners and operators. (10 minutes)
    320. Richmond (LA), Katko (NY), Langevin (RI), Gallagher 
(WI): Implements a recommendation from the Cyberspace Solarium 
Commission that establishes a fixed 5-year term for the 
Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security 
Agency and establishes minimum qualifications for the CISA 
Director. (10 minutes)
    321. Riggleman 0/A), Gottheimer (NJ): Requires the 
Secretary of the Treasury to submit to Congress 1) a copy of 
licenses authorizing financial institutions to provide services 
benefitting a state sponsor of terrorism, and 2) a report on 
foreign financial institutions conducting significant 
transactions for persons sanctioned for international terrorism 
and human rights violations. These provisions passed the House 
by voice vote as H.R. 1037. (10 minutes)
    322. Rose, Max (NY): Amends Title 37 to direct the 
Secretary of Defense to allow no more than one military housing 
area in a municipality with a population of over 500,000. (10 
minutes)
    323. Rose, Max (NY): Amends Section 452(c) of Title 37 USC 
to include fares and tolls as reimbursable expenses for 
service-related travel. (10 minutes)
    324. Rouda (CA), Green, Mark (TN), Cisneros (CA), Foxx 
(NC): Directs GAO to study lapses in TRICARE coverage for 
National Guard or Reserve personnel as a result of duty status 
changes. (10 minutes)
    325. Ruiz (CA), Bilirakis (FL), Welch (VT), Cardenas (CA), 
Wenstrup (OH), King, Peter (NY): Requires DOD to provide a 
report to Congress on the status and culmination timeline of 
all studies being conducted or funded by DOD to assess the 
health effects of burn pits, including potential challenges and 
recommendations to Congress to help DOD culminate the studies. 
(10 minutes)
    326. Ruiz (CA), Bilirakis (FL), Welch (VT), Cardenas (CA), 
Wenstrup (OH), King, Peter (NY): Requires DOD to implement 
mandatory training for all medical providers working under DOD 
on the potential health effects of burn pits. (10 minutes)
    327. Ruiz (CA), Hudson (NC), Welch (VT), Cardenas (CA), 
Wenstrup (OH), King, Peter (NY): Requires DOD to include a 
separate, stand-alone question about burn pit exposure in the 
Post Deployment Health Assessments (DD Form 2796) to increase 
reporting of Burn Pit Exposure. (10 minutes)
    328. Ruiz (CA), Hudson (NC), Welch (VT), Cardenas (CA), 
Wenstrup (OH), King, Peter (NY): Require DOD and VA to expand 
Burn Pits Registry to include Egypt and Syria. (10 minutes)
    329. Ruppersberger (MD), Katko (NY), Gallagher (WI), 
Langevin (RI): Requires the Secretary of Homeland Security to 
conduct a review of the ability of the Cybersecurity and 
Infrastructure Security Agency of the Department of Homeland 
Security to fulfill its current mission requirements, and for 
other purposes. (10 minutes)
    330. Sablan (MP), Radewagen (AS): Ensures the Commonwealth 
of the Northern Mariana Islands is eligible for the SBA's Small 
Business Development Center (SBDC) and Federal and State 
Technology (FAST) programs. (10 minutes)
    331. San Nicolas (GU): Extends H-2B exemptions contained in 
Section 1045 of P.L. 115-232 for skilled construction labor 
related to military realignment projects to civilian projects 
throughout Guam. (10 minutes)
    332. Schakowsky (IL): Requires the DOD Inspector General to 
(1) analyze all contracts and task orders that provide private 
security firms access to U.S. theaters of military operations 
and (2) compile a report that will inform Congress about the 
size of the contracting force; the total value of the 
contracts; the number of persons operating on the contracts 
that have been wounded or killed; and the disciplinary actions 
that have been taken against individual contractors. Such a 
report will allow Congress to assess the value, utility, scope, 
and benefits or disadvantages of such substantial contracting 
activity. (10 minutes)
    333. Schakowsky (IL): Requires (1) defense contractors to 
submit detailed annual reports to DOD regarding former senior 
DOD officials who are subsequently employed by contractors, (2) 
certify that those employees are in compliance with post-
government ethics rules, and (3) make these reports and 
certifications public. (10 minutes)
    334. Schiff (CA), Armstrong (ND), Courtney (CT), Hice (GA): 
Requires the Secretary of Defense to order the names of the 74 
sailors who died in the USS Frank E. Evans disaster in 1969 be 
added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. (10 minutes)
    335. Schneider (IL), Spano (FL): Codifies into law the 
existing, successful Boots to Business program that provides 
entrepreneurial training for servicemembers transitioning to 
civilian life (identical language to H.R. 3537). (10 minutes)
    336. Schneider (IL), Nadler (NY), Bass (CA), Kelly, Robin 
(IL), Correa (CA), Gonzalez, Vicente (TX), Lee, Barbara (CA), 
Rush (IL), Davis, Danny K. (IL), Lawrence (Ml), Escobar (TX), 
Lieu (CA): Amends Sec. 536 to include the number of individuals 
discharged due to prohibited activities under DOD Instruction 
1325.06 and a description of the circumstances that led to such 
discharges. (10 minutes)
    337. Schrader (OR): Requires DOD to inform service members 
who receive a Basic Allowance for Housing about their rights 
under Federal law. (10 minutes)
    338. Schrader (OR): Requires to DOD to report to relevant 
Congressional committees on efforts to implement 
recommendations from the 2015 Defense Business Board cost 
savings study and provide alternative solutions for 
unachievable items from those recommendations. (10 minutes)
    339. Schrier (YI A): Requires an assessment of the 
Firefighter Property Program (FFP) and the Federal Excess 
Personal Property Program (FEPP) implementation, training, best 
practices, and equipment distribution. Requires a report to 
Congress on findings and any recommendations to more 
efficiently increase firefighting and emergency service 
capabilities while taking into account geographical wildfire 
risk. (10 minutes)
    340. Schrier (YI A): Requires an evaluation of career 
opportunities in education, software, small business, and 
teleworking under the Military Spousal Employment Partnership 
(MSEP). Requests MSEP partner with the Department of Labor to 
expand career opportunities in these fields with an evaluation 
to follow one year after implementation. (10 minutes)
    341. Schweikert (AZ), Vela (TX): Requires the Secretary of 
Defense to conduct a study and submit a report to Congress on 
increasing telehealth and telemedicine services across all 
military departments. (10 minutes)
    342. Schweikert (AZ): Requires a study on seawater mining 
for critical minerals for defense industrial base applications. 
(10 minutes)
    343. Schweikert (AZ), Houlahan (PA): Requires the Secretary 
of Defense to submit a report to Congress regarding 
recommendations on cyber hygiene practices. Additionally, 
requires DOD to assess each DOD component's cyber hygiene and 
requires a GAO assessment of that report. (10 minutes)
    344. Shalala (FL), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH): Establishes 
limitations of funds to Confucius Institutes unless the 
institution ensures that any agreement includes provisions to 
protect academic freedom at the institution and prohibits the 
application of any foreign law on any campus of the 
institution, and for other purposes. (10 minutes)
    345. Shalala (FL), Bacon (NE): Requires the establishment 
of procedures by which surviving remarried spouses with 
dependent children receive ongoing access to on-base 
facilities, MWRs, exchanges, and commissary privileges. (10 
minutes)
    346. Sherman (CA): Prevents funds from being spent on the 
production of a Nonproliferation Assessment Statement with a 
country that has not signed an Additional Protocol agreement 
with the International Atomic Energy Agency. (10 minutes)
    347. Sherman (CA), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH): Requires certain 
issuers of securities to establish that they are not owned or 
controlled by a foreign government. Specifically, an issuer 
must make this certification if the Public Company Accounting 
Oversight Board is unable to audit specified reports because 
the issuer has retained a foreign public accounting firm not 
subject to inspection by the board. Furthermore, if the board 
is unable to inspect the issuer's public accounting firm for 
three consecutive years, the issuer's securities are banned 
from trade on a national exchange or through other methods. (10 
minutes)
    348. Sherrill (NJ): Establishes a traineeship program 
administered by the Department of Defense, aimed at growing 
domestic science and technology talent in areas of importance 
to national security. (10 minutes)
    349. Sires (NJ), Rooney (FL): Requests a report detailing 
ongoing support and a strategy for future cooperation between 
the United States government and Mexican security forces, in 
light of changes to the Mexican security apparatus during 
President Lopez Obrador's tenure. (10 minutes)
    350. Slotkin (Ml), Cisneros (CA), Rose, Max (NY): Expresses 
the Sense of Congress that the President should take seriously 
all threats to U.S. armed forces from state and non-state 
actors; study intelligence assessments with rigor, particularly 
when concerning threats to U.S. personnel; take all actions 
possible to ensure protection of U.S. personnel. Requires a 
report to Congress on the range of threats the Russian 
Federation and its affiliates and proxies pose to U.S. armed 
forces and personnel across all theaters; and military and 
diplomatic actions being taken to ensure protection of U.S. 
armed forces, diplomats, and operations. (10 minutes)
    351. Slotkin (MI), Gallagher (WI), Langevin (RI): Requires 
the Secretary of DHS, in consultation with the Secretary of 
Defense, to administer a large-scale exercise to test the 
United States ability to respond to a cyber attack against 
critical infrastructure. This exercise must be held at least 
every two years and include DoD, DHS, FBI, and appropriate 
elements of the IC. (10 minutes)
    352. Smith, Christopher (NJ): Directs the Secretary of 
Defense to enhance training and research within the Naval 
Aviation Anti-Submarine Warfare Division as it relates to 
threats presented by miniature manned submersible vessels. (10 
minutes)
    353. Smith, Christopher (NJ), Peterson (MN): Requires the 
GAO to conduct a study of the possible experimentation of 
ticks, insects, or vector-borne agents by the DOD between 1950 
and 1977 for use as a bioweapon. (10 minutes)
    354. Soto (FL): Adds ``advanced sensors manufacturing'' to 
the items considered within the updated approach to ensuring 
the continued production of cutting-edge microelectrics for 
national security needs. (10 minutes)
    355. Soto (FL), Schweikert (AZ): Adds ``distributed ledger 
technologies'' to the definition of ``emerging technologies'' 
so that it be included in the assessment of what must be done 
for the United States to maintain their technological edge 
performed by the newly formed Steering Committee on Emerging 
Technology and Security Needs. (10 minutes)
    356. Soto (FL), Schweikert (AZ): Enumerates the elements of 
an uncompleted briefing from the FY20 NDAA conference report on 
the potential use of distributed ledger technologies for 
defense purposes by the Under Secretary of Defense for Research 
and Engineering and adds a reporting requirement. The report is 
to summarize key findings of the briefing, analyze research 
activities of adversarial countries, make recommendations for 
additional research and development within the Department, and 
analyze the benefits of consolidating research within a single 
hub or center of excellence within the Department for 
distributed ledger technologies. (10 minutes)
    357. Spanberger (VA), Neguse (CO), Langevin (RI), Crow 
(CO), Phillips (MN): Adds components to the Department of 
Defense's Climate Change Roadmap Report pertaining to how 
climate change may exacerbate existing threats and worsens 
emerging threats to the national security of the United States 
including tensions related to drought, famine, infectious 
disease, geoengineering, energy transitions, extreme weather, 
migration, and competition for scarce resources. Adds to the 
report a Top 10 List of such threats. (10 minutes)
    358. Spanberger (VA), Scott, Austin (GA): Requires the Sec. 
of Defense to work with Sec. of Ag to review the potential to 
incorporate innovative wood product technologies in 
constructing or renovating facilities owned or managed by DOD. 
Within 180 days of enactment, the Sec. must provide a report to 
relevant committees on both the (1) potential for use of these 
materials and (2) any barriers to their use. (10 minutes)
    359. Speier (CA), Byrne (AL): Amends the Uniform Code of 
Military Justice to modify the standard for factual sufficiency 
review of cases before military appellate courts. (10 minutes)
    360. Speier (CA), Brownley (CA), Cisneros (CA), Doggett 
(TX), Escobar (TX), Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Gonzalez, Vicente 
(TX), Jackson Lee (TX), Lawrence (MI), McNerney (CA), Moore 
(WI), Norton (DC), Raskin (MD), Thompson, Mike (CA), Trahan 
(MA), Dingell (MI), Grijalva (AZ), Bonamici (OR), Hayes (CT), 
Haaland (NM), Correa (CA), Carson (IN), Phillips (MN), Heck 
(WA), Joyce, David (OH), Kildee (MI), Scott, David (GA), 
Carter, John (TX), Wild (PA), Wexton (VA), Panetta (CA), Castor 
(FL), Turner (OH), Bacon (NE): Requires a Comptroller General 
study of procedures for investigating missing persons by the 
Armed Forces. (10 minutes)
    361. Speier (CA), Brownley (CA), Cisneros (CA), Doggett 
(TX), Escobar (TX), Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Gonzalez, Vicente 
(TX), Jackson Lee (TX), Lawrence (MI), McNerney (CA), Moore 
(WI), Norton (DC), Raskin (MD), Thompson, Mike (CA), Trahan 
(MA), Dingell (Ml), Titus (NV), Grijalva (AZ), Bonamici (OR), 
Hayes (CT), Haaland (NM), Frankel (FL), Correa (CA), Carson 
(IN), Phillips (MN), Heck (WA), Kildee (MI), Scott, David (GA), 
Wild (PA), Wexton (VA), Panetta (CA), Castor (FL), Harder (CA), 
Bacon (NE): Establish confidential reporting option for sexual 
harassment complaints made by military service members. (10 
minutes)
    362. Speier (CA), Keating (MA), Escobar (TX), Houlahan 
(PA), Meng (NY), Frankel (FL): Directs the Secretary of State, 
in coordination with the Secretary of Defense, to submit a plan 
to double the percentage of foreign female participants in the 
International Military Education and Training program (IMET) 
within ten years, and to submit a report every two years up 
until ten years on progress made toward that goal. (10 minutes)
    363. Stanton (AZ): Requires the Secretary of the Air Force 
to provide a briefing on the efforts to harden and modernize 
the nuclear weapons storage and maintenance facilities of the 
Air Force. (10 minutes)
    364. Stefanik (NY), Langevin (RI): Allows for admission of 
essential scientists and technical experts to promote and 
protect the national security innovation base. (10 minutes)
    365. Steil (WI): Requires the Secretary of Defense in 
consultation with the Secretary of State to submit a report to 
the appropriate congressional committees on the short- and 
long-term threats posed by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq to 
Iraq and to United States persons and interests. (10 minutes)
    366. Suozzi (NY), Bergman (Ml): Includes Section 106, 109, 
and llO of Senator Wicker's S. 3930 which was left out of the 
Senate's NDAA. (10 minutes)
    367. Takano (CA), Cisneros (CA): Establishes within the 
Department of Veterans Affairs an office of cyber engagement to 
work with veterans, federal agencies, and social media 
platforms to identify cyber risks, including identity theft, to 
veterans and their families, as well as determine ways to 
address these risks, and provide information to veterans. (10 
minutes)
    368. Takano (CA), Vargas (CA), Cisneros (CA), Costa (CA), 
Brownley (CA), Cardenas (CA), Calvert (CA), Aguilar (CA): 
Ensures that no consolidation or transition to alternative 
content delivery methods may occur within the Defense Media 
Activity until a period of 180 days has elapsed following the 
date on which the Secretary of Defense submits to the 
congressional defense committees a report. No transition to 
alternative content delivery methods must pose security 
vulnerabilities or increase monetary costs to servicemembers. 
(10 minutes)
    369. Taylor (TX), Himes (CT): Amends the Defense Production 
Act of 1950 to require congressional certifications following 
assessments by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the 
United States (CFIUS), consistent with procedures governing 
certifications pursuant to CFIUS reviews and investigations. 
(10 minutes)
    370. Tipton (CO): Directs the U.S. representative at the 
international financial institutions (World Bank, International 
Monetary Fund, etc.) to support non-discrimination for Taiwan 
nationals seeking employment at the institutions and requires 
the Secretary of the Treasury to submit updates to Congress on 
progress in advancing this policy, and provides for flexibility 
through waiver authorities. (10 minutes)
    371. Titus (NV), Bera (CA): Strengthens cooperative threat 
reduction programs and efforts to prevent, detect, counter, and 
respond to threats of weapons of mass destruction terrorism. 
Requires a report on existing programs across federal agencies 
and recommendations to eliminate crucial gaps and ensure that 
such programs are complementary. (10 minutes)
    372. Tlaib (MI): Requires the report in section 264 on F-35 
physiological episodes and mitigation to include any long-term 
effects, including potential effects, of the episode on the 
crew member and any additional care requirements that the crew 
member may need. (10 minutes)
    373. Tlaib (MI), Grijalva (AZ): Requires an action plan for 
addressing AFFF usage and spills no later than 30 days after 
submitting notice of usage or spills and descriptions of 
actions taken to arrest and clean up spills as well as 
coordination with local and State authorities and environmental 
protection agencies. (10 minutes)
    374. Torres Small, Xochitl (NM), Cook (CA), Lujan (NM), 
Craig (MN), Cisneros (CA), Meng (NY), Phillips (MN), Cardenas 
(CA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Adams (NC), Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Price 
(NC), Butterfield (NC): Provides compensation and credit for 
retired pay purposes for maternity leave taken by members of 
the National Guard and Reserve components. (10 minutes)
    375. Torres Small, Xochitl (NM), Crenshaw (TX): Establishes 
additional requirements, such as an annual report on the status 
of DHS acquisitions and preparing cost estimates and schedules 
consistent with best practices identified by the GAO, for DHS 
acquisitions that are estimated to require total expenditures 
of at least $300 million. (10 minutes)
    376. Torres Small, Xochitl (NM), Crenshaw (TX), Gonzalez, 
Vicente (TX): Requires the Secretary of DHS to submit to 
Congress a plan for increasing to 100 percent the rate of 
scanning of commercial and passenger vehicles and freight rail 
traffic entering the United States using large-scale non-
intrusive inspection technology. (10 minutes)
    377. Torres, Norma (CA), Stevens (MI), Reschenthaler (PA): 
Creates a National Supply Chain Database run by the 
Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Centers to connect 
small and mid-size manufacturers and prevent supply chain 
disruptions. (10 minutes)
    378. Torres, Norma (CA): Encourages collaboration between 
the Manufacturing USA Institutes and the Manufacturing 
Extension Partnership (MEP) Centers to better serve small and 
mid-size manufacturers. (10 minutes)
    379. Torres, Norma (CA): Requires a certification from the 
Secretary of Defense to Congress before transfers can take 
place of vehicles to Guatemala. Includes a clawback provision 
for future transfers. (10 minutes)
    380. Trahan (MA), Cisneros (CA): Authorizes the Secretary 
of Defense to initiative a pilot program through the award of 
grants to treat Members of the Armed Forces who suffer from 
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) using a comprehensive and 
multidisciplinary approach. (10 minutes)
    381. Turner (OH), Wilson, Joe (SC), Aguilar (CA), Lamborn 
(CO): Clarifies existing law authorizing a contracting officer 
to presume that a prior commercial item determination shall 
serve as a determination for subsequent procurement of 
components or parts associated with the initial commercial 
product or maintenance and repair services. (10 minutes)
    382. Turner (OH): Adds to the section of the Uniform Code 
of Military Justice that outlines the victim's rights. One of 
the paragraphs says the victim has ``the right to reasonable, 
accurate, and timely notice of any of the following'' and it 
includes items such as pretrial confinement hearing, the court 
martial, a parole hearing, etc. This provision would add a 
``post-trial motion filing, or hearing'' to that list. (10 
minutes)
    383. Vargas (CA), Waters (CA), Houlahan (PA), Trahan (MA), 
Shalala (FL), Pocan (WI), Slotkin (MI), Kennedy (MA), Ryan 
(OH), Crow (CO), Cardenas (CA), Levin, Andy (MI), Davis, Susan 
(CA), DeFazio (OR): Provides that the Defense Production Act be 
used to meet the country's most critical needs to combat COVID-
19, in specifying as scarce and critical materials certain 
supplies used to fight and reduce the impact of the virus. 
Requires enhanced oversight of pricing levels for critical 
materials, determination of a target level for each state in 
terms of testing, a point person for improved coordination 
between the private sector and the federal government, and 
requires a strategic plan for production of personal protective 
equipment and other supplies needed to reduce the impact of 
COVID-19 currently and moving forward. (10 minutes)
    384. Veasey (TX), Wright (TX), Diaz-Balart (FL), Waltz 
(FL), Gooden (TX), Allred (TX), Gonzalez, Vicente (TX), Spano 
(FL), Maloney, Sean (NY): Prohibits federal airport improvement 
funds from being used to purchase passenger boarding bridges 
from companies that have violated intellectual property (IP) 
rights and threaten the national security of the U.S. (10 
minutes)
    385. Veasey (TX): Extends from 12 months to 24 months the 
time period to which an agency must refer when categorizing a 
manufacturer as a small business based on its average 
employment. (10 minutes)
    386. Vela (TX), Crawford (AR): Gives the Secretaries of the 
military departments the authority to allow senior enlisted 
personnel to attend senior level and intermediate level officer 
professional military education courses if specific 
requirements are met. (10 minutes)
    387. Wagner (MO), Castro (TX): Requires the Secretary of 
State to develop a strategy for engagement with Southeast Asia 
and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); states 
that it is the policy of the United States to deepen 
cooperation with ASEAN and ASEAN member states in order to 
promote peace, security, and stability in the IndoPacific. (10 
minutes)
    388. Walorski (IN): Directs the Comptroller General of the 
United States to submit a report to the House Armed Services 
Committee and the Senate Armed Services Committee on 
impediments to expanding agile program and project management 
within the Department of Defense. (10 minutes)
    389. Waters (CA): Directs the Secretary of Defense to 
ensure emerging technologies procured and used by the military 
are tested for algorithmic bias and discriminatory outcomes. 
(10 minutes)
    390. Welch (VT), Bilirakis (FL): Requires the history of 
respiratory illnesses and information contained on the 
beneficiary from the burn pits registry to be included in the 
TRICARE Beneficiary COVID-19 Registry. (10 minutes)
    391. Welch (VT): Requires the DoD IG to submit a report on 
the dollar amount of waste, fraud, and abuse found in Defense 
Production Act spending during COVID-19 and recommendations on 
how to combat this in future pandemics. (10 minutes)
    392. Wenstrup (OH): Adds two components to the report 
required by Sec. 712 of the NDAA regarding vulnerabilities to 
DoD's drugs, biological products, and critical medical 
supplies. The amendment adds an identification of any existing 
barriers to manufacturing domestically, including regulatory 
and raw materials barriers, and an identification of potential 
partners of the U.S. with whom the U.S. can work to realign our 
manufacturing capabilities for such products. (10 minutes)
    393. Wenstrup (OH): Requires DOD, in consultation with 
other relevant Federal agencies, to conduct a targeted study 
and classified report to Congress on DOD's Joint Deployment 
Formulary (JDF), which is a core list of pharmaceutical items 
that are required for theater-level care for the first 30 days 
of contingency operations. This study seeks information on only 
the items listed on the JDF down to the API component level, 
identification of barriers that may limit DOD's ability to 
procure the items, identification of international military 
partners who can help manufacture them, an assessment of how 
DOD currently coordinates with other Federal agencies, and 
more. (10 minutes)
    394. Wexton (VA): Requires the Secretary of Defense to 
issue rules to require companies that sell certain manufactured 
goods in the military commissary and exchange systems to 
certify that the goods were not manufactured with forced labor. 
(10 minutes)
    395. Wexton (VA), Clarke, Yvette (NY), Beyer (VA): Requires 
the Director of National Intelligence to report to Congress on 
foreign influence campaigns targeting federal elections. (10 
minutes)
    396. Wexton (VA): Requires the Department of Defense and 
Department of Veterans Affairs to conduct a study on substance 
use disorders among members of the Armed Services and Veterans 
during the COVID-19 public health emergency. (10 minutes)
    397. Wexton (VA): Directs Military-Civilian Task Force on 
Domestic Violence to analyze and develop recommendations to 
improve access to resources for survivors throughout the stages 
of military service. (10 minutes)
    398. Woodall (GA), Lowenthal (CA), Cisneros (CA): Increases 
transparency and accountability in the Unified Facilities 
Criteria Program for the procurement of heating, ventilation, 
and air conditioning systems. (10 minutes)
    399. Yoho (FL), Lieu (CA), Spanberger (VA): Requires a 
report on efforts to decrease civilian casualties and related 
destruction by Afghan Security Forces and hold Taliban forces 
accountable for civilian harm. (10 minutes)
    400. Yoho (FL): Recognizes the strategic ``Third Neighbor'' 
security relationship between the United States and Mongolia. 
(10 minutes)
    401. Yoho (FL): Establishes a pilot program for the Navy to 
experiment with the use of Liquified Natural Gas for fueling 
their ships. (10 minutes)
    402. Young (AK): Deems the vessel M/V LISERON to be 
prescribe a tonnage measurement as a small passenger vessel, 
less than 100 gross tons, as measured under chapter 145 of 
title 46, United States Code, for mariner licensing and 
credentialing purposes. (10 minutes)
    403. Young (AK), Larsen, Rick (WA), Cole (OK), Radewagen 
(AS): Calls for the Assistant Secretary of Defense for 
International Security Affairs to assign responsibility for the 
Arctic Region to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for 
the Western Hemisphere or any other Deputy Assistant Secretary 
that the Secretary considers appropriate. (10 minutes)
    404. Young (AK): Establishes a National Shipper Advisory 
Committee to advise the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) on 
policies related to the competitiveness, reliability, 
integrity, and fairness of the international ocean freight 
delivery system. (10 minutes)
    405. Young (AK), Larsen, Rick (WA), Cole (OK), Radewagen 
(AS): Requires that a plan be submitted to Congress on a plan 
to establish a DOD Regional Center for Security Studies for the 
Arctic and that after the submission of the plan that DOD may 
establish the center. (10 minutes)
    406. Zeldin (NY), Malinowski (NJ): Requires the Department 
of State to review vetting procedures for diplomatic visas 
provided for international military educational training 
programs in annual country strategy reports. Additionally, the 
amendment requires the GAO to conduct a study on vetting 
procedures for international students participating in military 
education and training programs on United States military 
bases. (10 minutes)
    407. Crow (CO): Makes a variety of clarifying edits about 
the terrorist organizations referenced and adds the Director of 
the Central Intelligence Agency as a covered official for the 
required report. (10 minutes)

             TEXT OF AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 6395 MADE IN ORDER

1. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Maloney of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

    Add at the end the following:

             DIVISION F--CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY ACT OF 2019

SEC. 6001. SHORT TITLE.

  This division may be cited as the ``Corporate Transparency 
Act of 2019''.

SEC. 6002. FINDINGS.

  Congress finds the following:
          (1) Nearly 2,000,000 corporations and limited 
        liability companies are being formed under the laws of 
        the States each year.
          (2) Very few States require information about the 
        beneficial owners of the corporations and limited 
        liability companies formed under their laws.
          (3) A person forming a corporation or limited 
        liability company within the United States typically 
        provides less information at the time of incorporation 
        than is needed to obtain a bank account or driver's 
        license and typically does not name a single beneficial 
        owner.
          (4) Criminals have exploited State formation 
        procedures to conceal their identities when forming 
        corporations or limited liability companies in the 
        United States, and have then used the newly created 
        entities to commit crimes affecting interstate and 
        international commerce such as terrorism, proliferation 
        financing, drug and human trafficking, money 
        laundering, tax evasion, counterfeiting, piracy, 
        securities fraud, financial fraud, and acts of foreign 
        corruption.
          (5) Law enforcement efforts to investigate 
        corporations and limited liability companies suspected 
        of committing crimes have been impeded by the lack of 
        available beneficial ownership information, as 
        documented in reports and testimony by officials from 
        the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland 
        Security, the Department of the Treasury, and the 
        Government Accountability Office, and others.
          (6) In July 2006, the leading international antimoney 
        laundering standard-setting body, the Financial Action 
        Task Force on Money Laundering (in this section 
        referred to as the ``FATF''), of which the United 
        States is a member, issued a report that criticizes the 
        United States for failing to comply with a FATF 
        standard on the need to collect beneficial ownership 
        information and urged the United States to correct this 
        deficiency by July 2008. In December 2016, FATF issued 
        another evaluation of the United States, which found 
        that little progress has been made over the last ten 
        years to address this problem. It identified the ``lack 
        of timely access to adequate, accurate and current 
        beneficial ownership information'' as a fundamental gap 
        in United States efforts to combat money laundering and 
        terrorist finance.
          (7) In response to the 2006 FATF report, the United 
        States has urged the States to obtain beneficial 
        ownership information for the corporations and limited 
        liability companies formed under the laws of such 
        States.
          (8) In contrast to practices in the United States, 
        all 28 countries in the European Union are required to 
        have corporate registries that include beneficial 
        ownership information.
          (9) To reduce the vulnerability of the United States 
        to wrongdoing by United States corporations and limited 
        liability companies with hidden owners, to protect 
        interstate and international commerce from criminals 
        misusing United States corporations and limited 
        liability companies, to strengthen law enforcement 
        investigations of suspect corporations and limited 
        liability companies, to set a clear, universal standard 
        for State incorporation practices, and to bring the 
        United States into compliance with international anti-
        money laundering standards, Federal legislation is 
        needed to require the collection of beneficial 
        ownership information for the corporations and limited 
        liability companies formed under the laws of such 
        States.

SEC. 6003. TRANSPARENT INCORPORATION PRACTICES.

  (a) In General.--
          (1) Amendment to the bank secrecy act.--Chapter 53 of 
        title 31, United States Code, is amended by inserting 
        after section 5332 the following new section:

``Sec. 5333 Transparent incorporation practices

  ``(a) Reporting Requirements.--
          ``(1) Beneficial ownership reporting.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Each applicant to form a 
                corporation or limited liability company under 
                the laws of a State or Indian Tribe shall file 
                a report with FinCEN containing a list of the 
                beneficial owners of the corporation or limited 
                liability company that--
                          ``(i) except as provided in 
                        paragraphs (3) and (4), and subject to 
                        paragraph (2), identifies each 
                        beneficial owner by--
                                  ``(I) full legal name;
                                  ``(II) date of birth;
                                  ``(III) current residential 
                                or business street address; and
                                  ``(IV) a unique identifying 
                                number from a non-expired 
                                passport issued by the United 
                                States, a non-expired personal 
                                identification card, or a non-
                                expired driver's license issued 
                                by a State; and
                          ``(ii) if the applicant is not a 
                        beneficial owner, also provides the 
                        identification information described in 
                        clause (i) relating to such applicant.
                  ``(B) Updated information.--Each corporation 
                or limited liability company formed under the 
                laws of a State or Indian Tribe shall--
                          ``(i) submit to FinCEN an annual 
                        filing containing a list of--
                                  ``(I) the current beneficial 
                                owners of the corporation or 
                                limited liability company and 
                                the information described in 
                                subparagraph (A) for each such 
                                beneficial owner; and
                                  ``(II) any changes in the 
                                beneficial owners of the 
                                corporation or limited 
                                liability company during the 
                                previous year; and
                          ``(ii) pursuant to any rule issued by 
                        the Secretary of the Treasury under 
                        subparagraph (C), update the list of 
                        the beneficial owners of the 
                        corporation or limited liability 
                        company within the time period 
                        prescribed by such rule.
                  ``(C) Rulemaking on updating information.--
                Not later than 9 months after the completion of 
                the study required under section 4(a)(1) of the 
                Corporate Transparency Act of 2019, the 
                Secretary of the Treasury shall consider the 
                findings of such study and, if the Secretary 
                determines it to be necessary or appropriate, 
                issue a rule requiring corporations and limited 
                liability companies to update the list of the 
                beneficial owners of the corporation or limited 
                liability company within a specified amount of 
                time after the date of any change in the list 
                of beneficial owners or the information 
                required to be provided relating to each 
                beneficial owner.
                  ``(D) State notification.--Each State in 
                which a corporation or limited liability 
                company is being formed shall notify each 
                applicant of the requirements listed in 
                subparagraphs (A) and (B).
          ``(2) Certain beneficial owners.--If an applicant to 
        form a corporation or limited liability company or a 
        beneficial owner, or similar agent of a corporation or 
        limited liability company who is required to provide 
        identification information under this subsection, does 
        not have a nonexpired passport issued by the United 
        States, a nonexpired personal identification card, or a 
        non-expired driver's license issued by a State, each 
        such person shall provide to FinCEN the full legal 
        name, current residential or business street address, a 
        unique identifying number from a non-expired passport 
        issued by a foreign government, and a legible and 
        credible copy of the pages of a non-expired passport 
        issued by the government of a foreign country bearing a 
        photograph, date of birth, and unique identifying 
        information for each beneficial owner, and each 
        application described in paragraph (1)(A) and each 
        update described in paragraph (1)(B) shall include a 
        written certification by a person residing in the State 
        or Indian country under the jurisdiction of the Indian 
        Tribe forming the entity that the applicant, 
        corporation, or limited liability company--
                  ``(A) has obtained for each such beneficial 
                owner, a current residential or business street 
                address and a legible and credible copy of the 
                pages of a non-expired passport issued by the 
                government of a foreign country bearing a 
                photograph, date of birth, and unique 
                identifying information for the person;
                  ``(B) has verified the full legal name, 
                address, and identity of each such person;
                  ``(C) will provide the information described 
                in subparagraph (A) and the proof of 
                verification described in subparagraph (B) upon 
                request of FinCEN; and
                  ``(D) will retain the information and proof 
                of verification under this paragraph until the 
                end of the 5-year period beginning on the date 
                that the corporation or limited liability 
                company terminates under the laws of the State 
                or Indian Tribe.
          ``(3) Exempt entities.--
                  ``(A) In general.--With respect to an 
                applicant to form a corporation or limited 
                liability company under the laws of a State or 
                Indian Tribe, if such entity is described in 
                subparagraph (C) or (D) of subsection (d)(4) 
                and will be exempt from the beneficial 
                ownership disclosure requirements under this 
                subsection, such applicant, or a prospective 
                officer, director, or similar agent of the 
                applicant, shall file a written certification 
                with FinCEN--
                          ``(i) identifying the specific 
                        provision of subsection (d)(4) under 
                        which the entity proposed to be formed 
                        would be exempt from the beneficial 
                        ownership disclosure requirements under 
                        paragraphs (1) and (2);
                          ``(ii) stating that the entity 
                        proposed to be formed meets the 
                        requirements for an entity described 
                        under such provision of subsection 
                        (d)(4); and
                          ``(iii) providing identification 
                        information for the applicant or 
                        prospective officer, director, or 
                        similar agent making the certification 
                        in the same manner as provided under 
                        paragraph (1) or (2).
                  ``(B) Existing corporations or limited 
                liability companies.--On and after the date 
                that is 2 years after the final regulations are 
                issued to carry out this section, a corporation 
                or limited liability company formed under the 
                laws of the State or Indian Tribe before such 
                date shall be subject to the requirements of 
                this subsection unless an officer, director, or 
                similar agent of the entity submits to FinCEN a 
                written certification--
                          ``(i) identifying the specific 
                        provision of subsection (d)(4) under 
                        which the entity is exempt from the 
                        requirements under paragraphs (1) and 
                        (2);
                          ``(ii) stating that the entity meets 
                        the requirements for an entity 
                        described under such provision of 
                        subsection (d)(4); and
                          ``(iii) providing identification 
                        information for the officer, director, 
                        or similar agent making the 
                        certification in the same manner as 
                        provided under paragraph (1) or (2).
                  ``(C) Exempt entities having ownership 
                interest.--If an entity described in 
                subparagraph (C) or (D) of subsection (d)(4) 
                has or will have an ownership interest in a 
                corporation or limited liability company formed 
                or to be formed under the laws of a State or 
                Indian Tribe, the applicant, corporation, or 
                limited liability company in which the entity 
                has or will have the ownership interest shall 
                provide the information required under this 
                subsection relating to the entity, except that 
                the entity shall not be required to provide 
                information regarding any natural person who 
                has an ownership interest in, exercises 
                substantial control over, or receives 
                substantial economic benefits from the entity.
          ``(4) FinCEN id numbers.--
                  ``(A) Issuance of fincen id number.--
                          ``(i) In general.--FinCEN shall issue 
                        a FinCEN ID number to any individual 
                        who requests such a number and provides 
                        FinCEN with the information described 
                        under subclauses (I) through (IV) of 
                        paragraph (1)(A)(i).
                          ``(ii) Updating of information.--An 
                        individual with a FinCEN ID number 
                        shall submit an annual filing with 
                        FinCEN updating any information 
                        described under subclauses (I) through 
                        (IV) of paragraph (1)(A)(i).
                  ``(B) Use of fincen id number in reporting 
                requirements.--Any person required to report 
                the information described under paragraph 
                (1)(A)(i) with respect to an individual may 
                instead report the FinCEN ID number of the 
                individual.
                  ``(C) Treatment of information submitted for 
                fincen id number.--For purposes of this 
                section, any information submitted under 
                subparagraph (A) shall be deemed to be 
                beneficial ownership information.
          ``(5) Retention and disclosure of beneficial 
        ownership information by fincen.--
                  ``(A) Retention of information.--Beneficial 
                ownership information relating to each 
                corporation or limited liability company formed 
                under the laws of the State or Indian Tribe 
                shall be maintained by FinCEN until the end of 
                the 5-year period (or such other period of time 
                as the Secretary of the Treasury may, by rule, 
                determine) beginning on the date that the 
                corporation or limited liability company 
                terminates.
                  ``(B) Disclosure of information.--Beneficial 
                ownership information reported to FinCEN 
                pursuant to this section shall be provided by 
                FinCEN only upon receipt of--
                          ``(i) subject to subparagraph (C), a 
                        request, through appropriate protocols, 
                        by a local, Tribal, State, or Federal 
                        law enforcement agency;
                          ``(ii) a request made by a Federal 
                        agency on behalf of a law enforcement 
                        agency of another country under an 
                        international treaty, agreement, or 
                        convention, or an order under section 
                        3512 of title 18 or section 1782 of 
                        title 28; or
                          ``(iii) a request made by a financial 
                        institution, with customer consent, as 
                        part of the institution's compliance 
                        with due diligence requirements imposed 
                        under the Bank Secrecy Act, the USA 
                        PATRIOT Act, or other applicable 
                        Federal, State, or Tribal law.
                  ``(C) Appropriate protocols.--
                          ``(i) Privacy.--The protocols 
                        described in subparagraph (B)(i) 
                        shall--
                                  ``(I) protect the privacy of 
                                any beneficial ownership 
                                information provided by FinCEN 
                                to a local, Tribal, State, or 
                                Federal law enforcement agency;
                                  ``(II) ensure that a local, 
                                Tribal, State, or Federal law 
                                enforcement agency requesting 
                                beneficial ownership 
                                information has an existing 
                                investigatory basis for 
                                requesting such information;
                                  ``(III) ensure that access to 
                                beneficial ownership 
                                information is limited to 
                                authorized users at a local, 
                                Tribal, State, or Federal law 
                                enforcement agency who have 
                                undergone appropriate training, 
                                and refresher training no less 
                                than every two years, and that 
                                the identity of such authorized 
                                users is verified through 
                                appropriate mechanisms, such as 
                                two-factor authentication;
                                  ``(IV) include an audit trail 
                                of requests for beneficial 
                                ownership information by a 
                                local, Tribal, State, or 
                                Federal law enforcement agency, 
                                including, as necessary, 
                                information concerning queries 
                                made by authorized users at a 
                                local, Tribal, State, or 
                                Federal law enforcement agency;
                                  ``(V) require that every 
                                local, Tribal, State, or 
                                Federal law enforcement agency 
                                that receives beneficial 
                                ownership information from 
                                FinCEN conducts an annual audit 
                                to verify that the beneficial 
                                ownership information received 
                                from FinCEN has been accessed 
                                and used appropriately, and 
                                consistent with this paragraph; 
                                and
                                  ``(VI) require FinCEN to 
                                conduct an annual audit of 
                                every local, Tribal, State, or 
                                Federal law enforcement agency 
                                that has received beneficial 
                                ownership information to ensure 
                                that such agency has requested 
                                beneficial ownership 
                                information, and has used any 
                                beneficial ownership 
                                information received from 
                                FinCEN, appropriately, and 
                                consistent with this paragraph.
                          ``(ii) Limitation on use.--Beneficial 
                        ownership information provided to a 
                        local, Tribal, State, or Federal law 
                        enforcement agency under this paragraph 
                        may only be used for law enforcement, 
                        national security, or intelligence 
                        purposes.
                  ``(D) Access procedures.--FinCEN shall 
                establish stringent procedures for the 
                protection and proper use of beneficial 
                ownership information disclosed pursuant to 
                subparagraph (B), including procedures to 
                ensure such information is not being 
                inappropriately accessed or misused by law 
                enforcement agencies.
                  ``(E) Report to congress.--FinCEN shall issue 
                an annual report to Congress stating--
                          ``(i) the number of times law 
                        enforcement agencies and financial 
                        institutions have accessed beneficial 
                        ownership information pursuant to 
                        subparagraph (B);
                          ``(ii) the number of times beneficial 
                        ownership information reported to 
                        FinCEN pursuant to this section was 
                        inappropriately accessed, and by whom; 
                        and
                          ``(iii) the number of times 
                        beneficial ownership information was 
                        disclosed under subparagraph (B) 
                        pursuant to a subpoena.
                  ``(F) Disclosure of non-pii data.--
                Notwithstanding subparagraph (B), FinCEN may 
                issue guidance and otherwise make materials 
                available to financial institutions and the 
                public using beneficial ownership information 
                reported pursuant to this section if such 
                information is aggregated in a manner that 
                removes all personally identifiable 
                information. For purposes of this subparagraph, 
                `personally identifiable information' includes 
                information that would allow for the 
                identification of a particular corporation or 
                limited liability company.
  ``(b) No Bearer Share Corporations or Limited Liability 
Companies.--A corporation or limited liability company formed 
under the laws of a State or Indian Tribe may not issue a 
certificate in bearer form evidencing either a whole or 
fractional interest in the corporation or limited liability 
company.
  ``(c) Penalties.--
          ``(1) In general.--It shall be unlawful for any 
        person to affect interstate or foreign commerce by--
                  ``(A) knowingly providing, or attempting to 
                provide, false or fraudulent beneficial 
                ownership information, including a false or 
                fraudulent identifying photograph, to FinCEN in 
                accordance with this section;
                  ``(B) willfully failing to provide complete 
                or updated beneficial ownership information to 
                FinCEN in accordance with this section; or
                  ``(C) knowingly disclosing the existence of a 
                subpoena or other request for beneficial 
                ownership information reported pursuant to this 
                section, except--
                          ``(i) to the extent necessary to 
                        fulfill the authorized request; or
                          ``(ii) as authorized by the entity 
                        that issued the subpoena, or other 
                        request.
          ``(2) Civil and criminal penalties.--Any person who 
        violates paragraph (1)--
                  ``(A) shall be liable to the United States 
                for a civil penalty of not more than $10,000; 
                and
                  ``(B) may be fined under title 18, United 
                States Code, imprisoned for not more than 3 
                years, or both.
          ``(3) Limitation.--Any person who negligently 
        violates paragraph (1) shall not be subject to civil or 
        criminal penalties under paragraph (2).
          ``(4) Waiver.--The Secretary of the Treasury may 
        waive the penalty for violating paragraph (1) if the 
        Secretary determines that the violation was due to 
        reasonable cause and was not due to willful neglect.
          ``(5) Criminal penalty for the misuse or unauthorized 
        disclosure of beneficial ownership information.--The 
        criminal penalties provided for under section 5322 
        shall apply to a violation of this section to the same 
        extent as such criminal penalties apply to a violation 
        described in section 5322, if the violation of this 
        section consists of the misuse or unauthorized 
        disclosure of beneficial ownership information.
  ``(d) Definitions.--For the purposes of this section:
          ``(1) Applicant.--The term `applicant' means any 
        natural person who files an application to form a 
        corporation or limited liability company under the laws 
        of a State or Indian Tribe.
          ``(2) Bank secrecy act.--The term `Bank Secrecy Act' 
        means--
                  ``(A) section 21 of the Federal Deposit 
                Insurance Act;
                  ``(B) chapter 2 of title I of Public Law 91-
                508; and
                  ``(C) this subchapter.
          ``(3) Beneficial owner.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Except as provided in 
                subparagraph (B), the term `beneficial owner' 
                means a natural person who, directly or 
                indirectly, through any contract, arrangement, 
                understanding, relationship, or otherwise--
                          ``(i) exercises substantial control 
                        over a corporation or limited liability 
                        company;
                          ``(ii) owns 25 percent or more of the 
                        equity interests of a corporation or 
                        limited liability company; or
                          ``(iii) receives substantial economic 
                        benefits from the assets of a 
                        corporation or limited liability 
                        company.
                  ``(B) Exceptions.--The term `beneficial 
                owner' shall not include--
                          ``(i) a minor child, as defined in 
                        the State or Indian Tribe in which the 
                        entity is formed;
                          ``(ii) a person acting as a nominee, 
                        intermediary, custodian, or agent on 
                        behalf of another person;
                          ``(iii) a person acting solely as an 
                        employee of a corporation or limited 
                        liability company and whose control 
                        over or economic benefits from the 
                        corporation or limited liability 
                        company derives solely from the 
                        employment status of the person;
                          ``(iv) a person whose only interest 
                        in a corporation or limited liability 
                        company is through a right of 
                        inheritance; or
                          ``(v) a creditor of a corporation or 
                        limited liability company, unless the 
                        creditor also meets the requirements of 
                        subparagraph (A).
                  ``(C) Substantial economic benefits 
                defined.--
                          ``(i) In general.--For purposes of 
                        subparagraph (A)(ii), a natural person 
                        receives substantial economic benefits 
                        from the assets of a corporation or 
                        limited liability company if the person 
                        has an entitlement to more than a 
                        specified percentage of the funds or 
                        assets of the corporation or limited 
                        liability company, which the Secretary 
                        of the Treasury shall, by rule, 
                        establish.
                          ``(ii) Rulemaking criteria.--In 
                        establishing the percentage under 
                        clause (i), the Secretary of the 
                        Treasury shall seek to--
                                  ``(I) provide clarity to 
                                corporations and limited 
                                liability companies with 
                                respect to the identification 
                                and disclosure of a natural 
                                person who receives substantial 
                                economic benefits from the 
                                assets of a corporation or 
                                limited liability company; and
                                  ``(II) identify those natural 
                                persons who, as a result of the 
                                substantial economic benefits 
                                they receive from the assets of 
                                a corporation or limited 
                                liability company, exercise a 
                                dominant influence over such 
                                corporation or limited 
                                liability company.
          ``(4) Corporation; limited liability company.--The 
        terms `corporation' and `limited liability company'--
                  ``(A) have the meanings given such terms 
                under the laws of the applicable State or 
                Indian Tribe;
                  ``(B) include any non-United States entity 
                eligible for registration or registered to do 
                business as a corporation or limited liability 
                company under the laws of the applicable State 
                or Indian Tribe;
                  ``(C) do not include any entity that is--
                          ``(i) a business concern that is an 
                        issuer of a class of securities 
                        registered under section 12 of the 
                        Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 
                        U.S.C. 781) or that is required to file 
                        reports under section 15(d) of that Act 
                        (15 U.S.C. 78o(d));
                          ``(ii) a business concern 
                        constituted, sponsored, or chartered by 
                        a State or Indian Tribe, a political 
                        subdivision of a State or Indian Tribe, 
                        under an interstate compact between two 
                        or more States, by a department or 
                        agency of the United States, or under 
                        the laws of the United States;
                          ``(iii) a bank, as defined under--
                                  ``(I) section 2(a) of the 
                                Investment Company Act of 1940 
                                (15 U.S.C. 80a-2(a)); or
                                  ``(II) section 202(a) of the 
                                Investment Advisers Act of 1940 
                                (15 U.S.C. 80b-2(a));
                          ``(iv) a credit union (as defined in 
                        section 101 of the Federal Credit Union 
                        Act (12 U.S.C. 1752));
                          ``(v) a bank holding company (as 
                        defined in section 2 of the Bank 
                        Holding Company Act of 1956 (12 U.S.C. 
                        1841)) or a savings and loan holding 
                        company (as defined in section 10(a) of 
                        the Home Owners' Loan Act (12 U.S.C. 
                        1467a(a));
                          ``(vi) a broker or dealer (as defined 
                        in section 3 of the Securities Exchange 
                        Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78c)) that is 
                        registered under section 15 of the 
                        Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 
                        U.S.C. 78o);
                          ``(vii) an exchange or clearing 
                        agency (as defined in section 3 of the 
                        Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 
                        U.S.C. 78c)) that is registered under 
                        section 6 or 17A of the Securities 
                        Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78f and 
                        78q-1);
                          ``(viii) an investment company (as 
                        defined in section 3 of the Investment 
                        Company Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80a-3)) 
                        or an investment adviser (as defined in 
                        section 202(11) of the Investment 
                        Advisers Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80b-
                        2(11))), if the company or adviser is 
                        registered with the Securities and 
                        Exchange Commission, has filed an 
                        application for registration which has 
                        not been denied, under the Investment 
                        Company Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80a-1 et 
                        seq.) or the Investment Adviser Act of 
                        1940 (15 U.S.C. 80b-1 et seq.), or is 
                        an investment adviser described under 
                        section 203(l) of the Investment 
                        Advisers Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80b-
                        3(l));
                          ``(ix) an insurance company (as 
                        defined in section 2 of the Investment 
                        Company Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80a-2));
                          ``(x) a registered entity (as defined 
                        in section 1a of the Commodity Exchange 
                        Act (7 U.S.C. 1a)), or a futures 
                        commission merchant, introducing 
                        broker, commodity pool operator, or 
                        commodity trading advisor (as defined 
                        in section 1a of the Commodity Exchange 
                        Act (7 U.S.C. 1a)) that is registered 
                        with the Commodity Futures Trading 
                        Commission;
                          ``(xi) a public accounting firm 
                        registered in accordance with section 
                        102 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (15 
                        U.S.C. 7212) or an entity controlling, 
                        controlled by, or under common control 
                        of such a firm;
                          ``(xii) a public utility that 
                        provides telecommunications service, 
                        electrical power, natural gas, or water 
                        and sewer services, within the United 
                        States;
                          ``(xiii) a church, charity, nonprofit 
                        entity, or other organization that is 
                        described in section 501(c), 527, or 
                        4947(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code 
                        of 1986, that has not been denied tax 
                        exempt status, and that has filed the 
                        most recently due annual information 
                        return with the Internal Revenue 
                        Service, if required to file such a 
                        return;
                          ``(xiv) a financial market utility 
                        designated by the Financial Stability 
                        Oversight Council under section 804 of 
                        the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and 
                        Consumer Protection Act;
                          ``(xv) an insurance producer (as 
                        defined in section 334 of the Gramm-
                        Leach-Bliley Act);
                          ``(xvi) any pooled investment vehicle 
                        that is operated or advised by a person 
                        described in clause (iii), (iv), (v), 
                        (vi), (viii), (ix), or (xi);
                          ``(xvii) any business concern that--
                                  ``(I) employs more than 20 
                                employees on a full-time basis 
                                in the United States;
                                  ``(II) files income tax 
                                returns in the United States 
                                demonstrating more than 
                                $5,000,000 in gross receipts or 
                                sales; and
                                  ``(III) has an operating 
                                presence at a physical office 
                                within the United States; or
                          ``(xviii) any corporation or limited 
                        liability company formed and owned by 
                        an entity described in this clause or 
                        in clause (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), 
                        (vi), (vii), (viii), (ix), (x), (xi), 
                        (xii), (xiii), (xiv), (xv), or (xvi); 
                        and
                  ``(D) do not include any individual business 
                concern or class of business concerns which the 
                Secretary of the Treasury and the Attorney 
                General of the United States have jointly 
                determined, by rule of otherwise, to be exempt 
                from the requirements of subsection (a), if the 
                Secretary and the Attorney General jointly 
                determine that requiring beneficial ownership 
                information from the business concern would not 
                serve the public interest and would not assist 
                law enforcement efforts to detect, prevent, or 
                prosecute terrorism, money laundering, tax 
                evasion, or other misconduct.
          ``(5) Fincen.--The term `FinCEN' means the Financial 
        Crimes Enforcement Network of the Department of the 
        Treasury.
          ``(6) Indian country.--The term `Indian country' has 
        the meaning given that term in section 1151 of title 
        18.
          ``(7) Indian tribe.--The term `Indian Tribe' has the 
        meaning given that term under section 102 of the 
        Federally Recognized Indian Tribe List Act of 1994.
          ``(8) Personal identification card.--The term 
        `personal identification card' means an identification 
        document issued by a State, Indian Tribe, or local 
        government to an individual solely for the purpose of 
        identification of that individual.
          ``(9) State.--The term `State' means any State, 
        commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United 
        States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of 
        Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana 
        Islands, American Samoa, Guam, or the United States 
        Virgin Islands.''.
          (2) Rulemaking.--
                  (A) In general.--Not later than 1 year after 
                the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary of the Treasury shall issue 
                regulations to carry out this division and the 
                amendments made by this division, including, to 
                the extent necessary, to clarify the 
                definitions in section 5333(d) of title 31, 
                United States Code.
                  (B) Revision of final rule.--Not later than 1 
                year after the date of enactment of this Act, 
                the Secretary of the Treasury shall revise the 
                final rule titled ``Customer Due Diligence 
                Requirements for Financial Institutions'' (May 
                11, 2016; 81 Fed. Reg. 29397) to--
                          (i) bring the rule into conformance 
                        with this division and the amendments 
                        made by this division;
                          (ii) account for financial 
                        institutions' access to comprehensive 
                        beneficial ownership information filed 
                        by corporations and limited liability 
                        companies, under threat of civil and 
                        criminal penalties, under this division 
                        and the amendments made by this 
                        division; and
                          (iii) reduce any burdens on financial 
                        institutions that are, in light of the 
                        enactment of this division and the 
                        amendments made by this division, 
                        unnecessary or duplicative.
          (3) Conforming amendments.--Title 31, United States 
        Code, is amended--
                  (A) in section 5321(a)--
                          (i) in paragraph (1), by striking 
                        ``sections 5314 and 5315'' each place 
                        it appears and inserting ``sections 
                        5314, 5315, and 5333''; and
                          (ii) in paragraph (6), by inserting 
                        ``(except section 5333)'' after 
                        ``subchapter'' each place it appears; 
                        and
                  (B) in section 5322, by striking ``section 
                5315 or 5324'' each place it appears and 
                inserting ``section 5315, 5324, or 5333''.
          (4) Table of contents.--The table of contents of 
        chapter 53 of title 31, United States Code, is amended 
        by inserting after the item relating to section 5332 
        the following:

``5333. Transparent incorporation practices.''.
  (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2021 and 
2022 to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to carry out 
this division and the amendments made by this division.
  (c) Federal Contractors.--Not later than the first day of the 
first full fiscal year beginning at least 1 year after the date 
of the enactment of this Act, the Administrator for Federal 
Procurement Policy shall revise the Federal Acquisition 
Regulation maintained under section 1303(a)(1) of title 41, 
United States Code, to require any contractor or subcontractor 
who is subject to the requirement to disclose beneficial 
ownership information under section 5333 of title 31, United 
States Code, to provide the information required to be 
disclosed under such section to the Federal Government as part 
of any bid or proposal for a contract with a value threshold in 
excess of the simplified acquisition threshold under section 
134 of title 41, United States Code.

SEC. 6004. STUDIES AND REPORTS.

  (a) Updating of Beneficial Ownership Information.--
          (1) Study.--The Secretary of the Treasury, in 
        consultation with the Attorney General of the United 
        States, shall conduct a study to evaluate--
                  (A) the necessity of a requirement for 
                corporations and limited liability companies to 
                update the list of their beneficial owners 
                within a specified amount of time after the 
                date of any change in the list of beneficial 
                owners or the information required to be 
                provided relating to each beneficial owner, 
                taking into account the annual filings required 
                under section 5333(a)(1)(B)(i) of title 31, 
                United States Code, and the information 
                contained in such annual filings; and
                  (B) the burden that a requirement to update 
                the list of beneficial owners within a 
                specified period of time after a change in such 
                list of beneficial owners would impose on 
                corporations and limited liability companies.
          (2) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Treasury 
        shall submit a report on the study required under 
        paragraph (1) to the Committee on Financial Services of 
        the House of Representatives and the Committee on 
        Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate.
          (3) Public comment.--The Secretary of the Treasury 
        shall seek and consider public input, comments, and 
        data in order to conduct the study required under 
        subparagraph paragraph (1).
  (b) Other Legal Entities.--Not later than 2 years after the 
date of enactment of this Act, the Comptroller General of the 
United States shall conduct a study and submit to the Congress 
a report--
          (1) identifying each State or Indian Tribe that has 
        procedures that enable persons to form or register 
        under the laws of the State or Indian Tribe 
        partnerships, trusts, or other legal entities, and the 
        nature of those procedures;
          (2) identifying each State or Indian Tribe that 
        requires persons seeking to form or register 
        partnerships, trusts, or other legal entities under the 
        laws of the State or Indian Tribe to provide 
        information about the beneficial owners (as that term 
        is defined in section 5333(d)(1) of title 31, United 
        States Code, as added by this division) or 
        beneficiaries of such entities, and the nature of the 
        required information;
          (3) evaluating whether the lack of available 
        beneficial ownership information for partnerships, 
        trusts, or other legal entities--
                  (A) raises concerns about the involvement of 
                such entities in terrorism, money laundering, 
                tax evasion, securities fraud, or other 
                misconduct;
                  (B) has impeded investigations into entities 
                suspected of such misconduct; and
                  (C) increases the costs to financial 
                institutions of complying with due diligence 
                requirements imposed under the Bank Secrecy 
                Act, the USA PATRIOT Act, or other applicable 
                Federal, State, or Tribal law; and
          (4) evaluating whether the failure of the United 
        States to require beneficial ownership information for 
        partnerships and trusts formed or registered in the 
        United States has elicited international criticism and 
        what steps, if any, the United States has taken or is 
        planning to take in response.
  (c) Effectiveness of Incorporation Practices.--Not later than 
5 years after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
Comptroller General of the United States shall conduct a study 
and submit to the Congress a report assessing the effectiveness 
of incorporation practices implemented under this division and 
the amendments made by this division in--
          (1) providing law enforcement agencies with prompt 
        access to reliable, useful, and complete beneficial 
        ownership information; and
          (2) strengthening the capability of law enforcement 
        agencies to combat incorporation abuses, civil and 
        criminal misconduct, and detect, prevent, or punish 
        terrorism, money laundering, tax evasion, or other 
        misconduct.
  (d) Annual Report on Beneficial Ownership Information.--
          (1) Report.--The Secretary of the Treasury shall 
        issue an annual report to the Committee on Financial 
        Services of the House of Representatives and the 
        Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs of the 
        Senate with respect to the beneficial ownership 
        information collected pursuant to section 5333 of title 
        31, United States Code, that contains--
                  (A) aggregate data on the number of 
                beneficial owners per reporting corporation or 
                limited liability company;
                  (B) the industries or type of business of 
                each reporting corporation or limited liability 
                company; and
                  (C) the locations of the beneficial owners.
          (2) Privacy.--In issuing reports under paragraph (1), 
        the Secretary shall not reveal the identities of 
        beneficial owners or names of the reporting 
        corporations or limited liability companies.

SEC. 6005. DEFINITIONS.

  In this division, the terms ``Bank Secrecy Act'', 
``beneficial owner'', ``corporation'', and ``limited liability 
company'' have the meaning given those terms, respectively, 
under section 5333(d) of title 31, United States Code.

                    DIVISION G--COUNTER ACT OF 2019

SEC. 7001. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

  (a) Short Title.--This division may be cited as the 
``Coordinating Oversight, Upgrading and Innovating Technology, 
and Examiner Reform Act of 2019'' or the ``COUNTER Act of 
2019''.
  (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this 
division is as follows:

                     DIVISION G--COUNTER ACT OF 2019

Sec. 7001. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 7002. Bank Secrecy Act definition.

                     TITLE I--STRENGTHENING TREASURY

Sec. 7101. Improving the definition and purpose of the Bank Secrecy Act.
Sec. 7102. Special hiring authority.
Sec. 7103. Civil Liberties and Privacy Officer.
Sec. 7104. Civil Liberties and Privacy Council.
Sec. 7105. International coordination.
Sec. 7106. Treasury Attaches Program.
Sec. 7107. Increasing technical assistance for international 
          cooperation.
Sec. 7108. FinCEN Domestic Liaisons.
Sec. 7109. FinCEN Exchange.
Sec. 7110. Study and strategy on trade-based money laundering.
Sec. 7111. Study and strategy on de-risking.
Sec. 7112. AML examination authority delegation study.
Sec. 7113. Study and strategy on Chinese money laundering.

                  TITLE II--IMPROVING AML/CFT OVERSIGHT

Sec. 7201. Pilot program on sharing of suspicious activity reports 
          within a financial group.
Sec. 7202. Sharing of compliance resources.
Sec. 7203. GAO Study on feedback loops.
Sec. 7204. FinCEN study on BSA value.
Sec. 7205. Sharing of threat pattern and trend information.
Sec. 7206. Modernization and upgrading whistleblower protections.
Sec. 7207. Certain violators barred from serving on boards of United 
          States financial institutions.
Sec. 7208. Additional damages for repeat Bank Secrecy Act violators.
Sec. 7209. Justice annual report on deferred and non-prosecution 
          agreements.
Sec. 7210. Return of profits and bonuses.
Sec. 7211. Application of Bank Secrecy Act to dealers in antiquities.
Sec. 7212. Geographic targeting order.
Sec. 7213. Study and revisions to currency transaction reports and 
          suspicious activity reports.
Sec. 7214. Streamlining requirements for currency transaction reports 
          and suspicious activity reports.

                  TITLE III--MODERNIZING THE AML SYSTEM

Sec. 7301. Encouraging innovation in BSA compliance.
Sec. 7302. Innovation Labs.
Sec. 7303. Innovation Council.
Sec. 7304. Testing methods rulemaking.
Sec. 7305. FinCEN study on use of emerging technologies.
Sec. 7306. Discretionary surplus funds.

SEC. 7002. BANK SECRECY ACT DEFINITION.

  Section 5312(a) of title 31, United States Code, is amended 
by adding at the end the following:
          ``(7) Bank secrecy act.--The term `Bank Secrecy act' 
        means--
                  ``(A) section 21 of the Federal Deposit 
                Insurance Act;
                  ``(B) chapter 2 of title I of Public Law 91-
                508; and
                  ``(C) this subchapter.''.

                    TITLE I--STRENGTHENING TREASURY

SEC. 7101. IMPROVING THE DEFINITION AND PURPOSE OF THE BANK SECRECY 
                    ACT.

  Section 5311 of title 31, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by inserting ``to protect our national security, 
        to safeguard the integrity of the international 
        financial system, and'' before ``to require''; and
          (2) by inserting ``to law enforcement and'' before 
        ``in criminal''.

SEC. 7102. SPECIAL HIRING AUTHORITY.

  (a) In General.--Section 310 of title 31, United States Code, 
is amended--
          (1) by redesignating subsection (d) as subsection 
        (g); and
          (2) by inserting after subsection (c) the following:
  ``(d) Special Hiring Authority.--
          ``(1) In general.--The Secretary of the Treasury may 
        appoint, without regard to the provisions of sections 
        3309 through 3318 of title 5, candidates directly to 
        positions in the competitive service (as defined in 
        section 2102 of that title) in FinCEN.
          ``(2) Primary responsibilities.--The primary 
        responsibility of candidates appointed pursuant to 
        paragraph (1) shall be to provide substantive support 
        in support of the duties described in subparagraphs 
        (A), (B), (E), and (F) of subsection (b)(2).''.
  (b) Report.--Not later than 360 days after the date of 
enactment of this Act, and every year thereafter for 7 years, 
the Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network shall 
submit a report to the Committee on Financial Services of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Banking, Housing, 
and Urban Affairs of the Senate that includes--
          (1) the number of new employees hired since the 
        preceding report through the authorities described 
        under section 310(d) of title 31, United States Code, 
        along with position titles and associated pay grades 
        for such hires; and
          (2) a copy of any Federal Government survey of staff 
        perspectives at the Office of Terrorism and Financial 
        Intelligence, including findings regarding the Office 
        and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network from the 
        most recently administered Federal Employee Viewpoint 
        Survey.

SEC. 7103. CIVIL LIBERTIES AND PRIVACY OFFICER.

  (a) Appointment of Officers.--Not later than the end of the 
3-month period beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, 
a Civil Liberties and Privacy Officer shall be appointed, from 
among individuals who are attorneys with expertise in data 
privacy laws--
          (1) within each Federal functional regulator, by the 
        head of the Federal functional regulator;
          (2) within the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, 
        by the Secretary of the Treasury; and
          (3) within the Internal Revenue Service Small 
        Business and Self-Employed Tax Center, by the Secretary 
        of the Treasury.
  (b) Duties.--Each Civil Liberties and Privacy Officer shall, 
with respect to the applicable regulator, Network, or Center 
within which the Officer is located--
          (1) be consulted each time Bank Secrecy Act or anti-
        money laundering regulations affecting civil liberties 
        or privacy are developed or reviewed;
          (2) be consulted on information-sharing programs, 
        including those that provide access to personally 
        identifiable information;
          (3) ensure coordination and clarity between anti-
        money laundering, civil liberties, and privacy 
        regulations;
          (4) contribute to the evaluation and regulation of 
        new technologies that may strengthen data privacy and 
        the protection of personally identifiable information 
        collected by each Federal functional regulator; and
          (5) develop metrics of program success.
  (c) Definitions.--For purposes of this section:
          (1) Bank secrecy act.--The term ``Bank Secrecy Act'' 
        has the meaning given that term under section 5312 of 
        title 31, United States Code.
          (2) Federal functional regulator.--The term ``Federal 
        functional regulator'' means the Board of Governors of 
        the Federal Reserve System, the Comptroller of the 
        Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 
        the National Credit Union Administration, the 
        Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Commodity 
        Futures Trading Commission.

SEC. 7104. CIVIL LIBERTIES AND PRIVACY COUNCIL.

  (a) Establishment.--There is established the Civil Liberties 
and Privacy Council (hereinafter in this section referred to as 
the ``Council''), which shall consist of the Civil Liberties 
and Privacy Officers appointed pursuant to section 7103.
  (b) Chair.--The Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement 
Network shall serve as the Chair of the Council.
  (c) Duty.--The members of the Council shall coordinate on 
activities related to their duties as Civil Liberties Privacy 
Officers, but may not supplant the individual agency 
determinations on civil liberties and privacy.
  (d) Meetings.--The meetings of the Council--
          (1) shall be at the call of the Chair, but in no case 
        may the Council meet less than quarterly;
          (2) may include open and partially closed sessions, 
        as determined necessary by the Council; and
          (3) shall include participation by public and private 
        entities, law enforcement agencies, and a 
        representative of State bank supervisors (as defined 
        under section 3 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act 
        (12 U.S.C. 1813)).
  (e) Report.--The Chair of the Council shall issue an annual 
report to the Congress on the program and policy activities, 
including the success of programs as measured by metrics of 
program success developed pursuant to section 103(b)(5), of the 
Council during the previous year and any legislative 
recommendations that the Council may have.
  (f) Nonapplicability of FACA.--The Federal Advisory Committee 
Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the Council.

SEC. 7105. INTERNATIONAL COORDINATION.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Treasury shall work 
with the Secretary's foreign counterparts, including through 
the Financial Action Task Force, the International Monetary 
Fund, the World Bank, the Egmont Group of Financial 
Intelligence Units, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation 
and Development, and the United Nations, to promote stronger 
anti-money laundering frameworks and enforcement of anti-money 
laundering laws.
  (b) Cooperation Goal.--In carrying out subsection (a), the 
Secretary of the Treasury may work directly with foreign 
counterparts and other organizations where the goal of 
cooperation can best be met.
  (c) International Monetary Fund.--
          (1) Support for capacity of the international 
        monetary fund to prevent money laundering and financing 
        of terrorism.--Title XVI of the International Financial 
        Institutions Act (22 U.S.C. 262p et seq.) is amended by 
        adding at the end the following:

``SEC. 1629. SUPPORT FOR CAPACITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND TO 
                    PREVENT MONEY LAUNDERING AND FINANCING OF 
                    TERRORISM.

  ``The Secretary of the Treasury shall instruct the United 
States Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund to 
support the increased use of the administrative budget of the 
Fund for technical assistance that strengthens the capacity of 
Fund members to prevent money laundering and the financing of 
terrorism.''.
          (2) National advisory council report to congress.--
        The Chairman of the National Advisory Council on 
        International Monetary and Financial Policies shall 
        include in the report required by section 1701 of the 
        International Financial Institutions Act (22 U.S.C. 
        262r) a description of--
                  (A) the activities of the International 
                Monetary Fund in the most recently completed 
                fiscal year to provide technical assistance 
                that strengthens the capacity of Fund members 
                to prevent money laundering and the financing 
                of terrorism, and the effectiveness of the 
                assistance; and
                  (B) the efficacy of efforts by the United 
                States to support such technical assistance 
                through the use of the Fund's administrative 
                budget, and the level of such support.
          (3) Sunset.--Effective on the date that is the end of 
        the 4-year period beginning on the date of enactment of 
        this Act, section 1629 of the International Financial 
        Institutions Act, as added by paragraph (1), is 
        repealed.

SEC. 7106. TREASURY ATTACHES PROGRAM.

  (a) In General.--Title 31, United States Code, is amended by 
inserting after section 315 the following:

``Sec. 316. Treasury Attaches Program

  ``(a) In General.--There is established the Treasury Attaches 
Program, under which the Secretary of the Treasury shall 
appoint employees of the Department of the Treasury, after 
nomination by the Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement 
Network (`FinCEN'), as a Treasury attache, who shall--
          ``(1) be knowledgeable about the Bank Secrecy Act and 
        anti-money laundering issues;
          ``(2) be co-located in a United States embassy;
          ``(3) perform outreach with respect to Bank Secrecy 
        Act and anti-money laundering issues;
          ``(4) establish and maintain relationships with 
        foreign counterparts, including employees of ministries 
        of finance, central banks, and other relevant official 
        entities;
          ``(5) conduct outreach to local and foreign financial 
        institutions and other commercial actors, including--
                  ``(A) information exchanges through FinCEN 
                and FinCEN programs; and
                  ``(B) soliciting buy-in and cooperation for 
                the implementation of--
                          ``(i) United States and multilateral 
                        sanctions; and
                          ``(ii) international standards on 
                        anti-money laundering and the 
                        countering of the financing of 
                        terrorism; and
          ``(6) perform such other actions as the Secretary 
        determines appropriate.
  ``(b) Number of Attaches.--The number of Treasury attaches 
appointed under this section at any one time shall be not fewer 
than 6 more employees than the number of employees of the 
Department of the Treasury serving as Treasury attaches on 
March 1, 2020.
  ``(c) Compensation.--Each Treasury attache appointed under 
this section and located at a United States embassy shall 
receive compensation at the higher of--
          ``(1) the rate of compensation provided to a Foreign 
        Service officer at a comparable career level serving at 
        the same embassy; or
          ``(2) the rate of compensation the Treasury attache 
        would otherwise have received, absent the application 
        of this subsection.
  ``(d) Bank Secrecy Act Defined.--In this section, the term 
`Bank Secrecy Act' has the meaning given that term under 
section 5312.''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The table of contents for chapter 3 
of title 31, United States Code, is amended by inserting after 
the item relating to section 315 the following:

``316. Treasury Attaches Program.''.

SEC. 7107. INCREASING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL 
                    COOPERATION.

  (a) In General.--There is authorized to be appropriated for 
each of fiscal years 2021 through 2025 to the Secretary of the 
Treasury for purposes of providing technical assistance that 
promotes compliance with international standards and best 
practices, including in particular those aimed at the 
establishment of effective anti-money laundering and countering 
the financing of terrorism regimes, in an amount equal to twice 
the amount authorized for such purpose for fiscal year 2020.
  (b) Activity and Evaluation Report.--Not later than 360 days 
after enactment of this Act, and every year thereafter for five 
years, the Secretary of the Treasury shall issue a report to 
the Congress on the assistance (as described under subsection 
(a)) of the Office of Technical Assistance of the Department of 
the Treasury containing--
          (1) a narrative detailing the strategic goals of the 
        Office in the previous year, with an explanation of how 
        technical assistance provided in the previous year 
        advances the goals;
          (2) a description of technical assistance provided by 
        the Office in the previous year, including the 
        objectives and delivery methods of the assistance;
          (3) a list of beneficiaries and providers (other than 
        Office staff) of the technical assistance;
          (4) a description of how technical assistance 
        provided by the Office complements, duplicates, or 
        otherwise affects or is affected by technical 
        assistance provided by the international financial 
        institutions (as defined under section 1701(c) of the 
        International Financial Institutions Act); and
          (5) a copy of any Federal Government survey of staff 
        perspectives at the Office of Technical Assistance, 
        including any findings regarding the Office from the 
        most recently administered Federal Employee Viewpoint 
        Survey.

SEC. 7108. FINCEN DOMESTIC LIAISONS.

  Section 310 of title 31, United States Code, as amended by 
section 7102, is further amended by inserting after subsection 
(d) the following:
  ``(e) FinCEN Domestic Liaisons.--
          ``(1) In general.--The Director of FinCEN shall 
        appoint at least 6 senior FinCEN employees as FinCEN 
        Domestic Liaisons, who shall--
                  ``(A) each be assigned to focus on a specific 
                region of the United States;
                  ``(B) be located at an office in such region 
                (or co-located at an office of the Board of 
                Governors of the Federal Reserve System in such 
                region); and
                  ``(C) perform outreach to BSA officers at 
                financial institutions (including non-bank 
                financial institutions) and persons who are not 
                financial institutions, especially with respect 
                to actions taken by FinCEN that require 
                specific actions by, or have specific effects 
                on, such institutions or persons, as determined 
                by the Director.
          ``(2) Definitions.--In this subsection:
                  ``(A) BSA officer.--The term `BSA officer' 
                means an employee of a financial institution 
                whose primary job responsibility involves 
                compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act, as such 
                term is defined under section 5312.
                  ``(B) Financial institution.--The term 
                `financial institution' has the meaning given 
                that term under section 5312.''.

SEC. 7109. FINCEN EXCHANGE.

  Section 310 of title 31, United States Code, as amended by 
section 7108, is further amended by inserting after subsection 
(e) the following:
  ``(f) FinCEN Exchange.--
          ``(1) Establishment.--The FinCEN Exchange is hereby 
        established within FinCEN, which shall consist of the 
        FinCEN Exchange program of FinCEN in existence on the 
        day before the date of enactment of this paragraph.
          ``(2) Purpose.--The FinCEN Exchange shall facilitate 
        a voluntary public-private information sharing 
        partnership among law enforcement, financial 
        institutions, and FinCEN to--
                  ``(A) effectively and efficiently combat 
                money laundering, terrorism financing, 
                organized crime, and other financial crimes;
                  ``(B) protect the financial system from 
                illicit use; and
                  ``(C) promote national security.
          ``(3) Report.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Not later than one year 
                after the date of enactment of this subsection, 
                and annually thereafter for the next five 
                years, the Secretary of the Treasury shall 
                submit to the Committee on Financial Services 
                of the House of Representatives and the 
                Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban 
                Affairs of the Senate a report containing--
                          ``(i) an analysis of the efforts 
                        undertaken by the FinCEN Exchange and 
                        the results of such efforts;
                          ``(ii) an analysis of the extent and 
                        effectiveness of the FinCEN Exchange, 
                        including any benefits realized by law 
                        enforcement from partnership with 
                        financial institutions; and
                          ``(iii) any legislative, 
                        administrative, or other 
                        recommendations the Secretary may have 
                        to strengthen FinCEN Exchange efforts.
                  ``(B) Classified annex.--Each report under 
                subparagraph (A) may include a classified 
                annex.
          ``(4) Information sharing requirement.--Information 
        shared pursuant to this subsection shall be shared in 
        compliance with all other applicable Federal laws and 
        regulations.
          ``(5) Rule of construction.--Nothing under this 
        subsection may be construed to create new information 
        sharing authorities related to the Bank Secrecy Act (as 
        such term is defined under section 5312 of title 31, 
        United States Code).
          ``(6) Financial institution defined.--In this 
        subsection, the term `financial institution' has the 
        meaning given that term under section 5312.''.

SEC. 7110. STUDY AND STRATEGY ON TRADE-BASED MONEY LAUNDERING.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary of the Treasury shall carry out a 
study, in consultation with appropriate private sector 
stakeholders and Federal departments and agencies, on trade-
based money laundering.
  (b) Report.--Not later than the end of the 1-year period 
beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
Secretary shall issue a report to the Congress containing--
          (1) all findings and determinations made in carrying 
        out the study required under subsection (a); and
          (2) proposed strategies to combat trade-based money 
        laundering.
  (c) Classified Annex.--The report required under this section 
may include a classified annex.
  (d) Contracting Authority.--The Secretary may contract with a 
private third-party to carry out the study required under this 
section. The authority of the Secretary to enter into contracts 
under this subsection shall be in effect for each fiscal year 
only to the extent and in the amounts as are provided in 
advance in appropriations Acts.

SEC. 7111. STUDY AND STRATEGY ON DE-RISKING.

  (a) Review.--The Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation 
with appropriate private sector stakeholders, examiners, the 
Federal functional regulators (as defined under section 7103), 
State bank supervisors, and other relevant stakeholders, shall 
undertake a formal review of--
          (1) any adverse consequences of financial 
        institutions de-risking entire categories of 
        relationships, including charities, embassy accounts, 
        money services businesses (as defined under section 
        1010.100(ff) of title 31, Code of Federal Regulations) 
        and their agents, countries, international and domestic 
        regions, and respondent banks;
          (2) the reasons why financial institutions are 
        engaging in de-risking;
          (3) the association with and effects of de-risking on 
        money laundering and financial crime actors and 
        activities;
          (4) the most appropriate ways to promote financial 
        inclusion, particularly with respect to developing 
        countries, while maintaining compliance with the Bank 
        Secrecy Act, including an assessment of policy options 
        to--
                  (A) more effectively tailor Federal actions 
                and penalties to the size of foreign financial 
                institutions and any capacity limitations of 
                foreign governments; and
                  (B) reduce compliance costs that may lead to 
                the adverse consequences described in paragraph 
                (1);
          (5) formal and informal feedback provided by 
        examiners that may have led to de-risking;
          (6) the relationship between resources dedicated to 
        compliance and overall sophistication of compliance 
        efforts at entities that may be experiencing de-risking 
        versus those that have not experienced de-risking; and
          (7) any best practices from the private sector that 
        facilitate correspondent bank relationships.
  (b) De-risking Strategy.--The Secretary shall develop a 
strategy to reduce de-risking and adverse consequences related 
to de-risking.
  (c) Report.--Not later than the end of the 1-year period 
beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
Secretary, in consultation with the Federal functional 
regulators, State bank supervisors, and other relevant 
stakeholders, shall issue a report to the Congress containing--
          (1) all findings and determinations made in carrying 
        out the study required under subsection (a); and
          (2) the strategy developed pursuant to subsection 
        (b).
  (d) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) De-risking.--The term ``de-risking'' means the 
        wholesale closing of accounts or limiting of financial 
        services for a category of customer due to 
        unsubstantiated risk as it relates to compliance with 
        the Bank Secrecy Act.
          (2) BSA terms.--The terms ``Bank Secrecy Act'' and 
        ``financial institution'' have the meaning given those 
        terms, respectively, under section 5312 off title 31, 
        United States Code.
          (3) State bank supervisor.--The term ``State bank 
        supervisor'' has the meaning given that term under 
        section 3 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 
        U.S.C. 1813).

SEC. 7112. AML EXAMINATION AUTHORITY DELEGATION STUDY.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation 
with State bank supervisors (as defined under section 3 of the 
Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1813)) and other 
relevant stakeholders, shall carry out a study on the 
Secretary's delegation of examination authority under the Bank 
Secrecy Act, including--
          (1) an evaluation of the efficacy of the delegation, 
        especially with respect to the mission of the Bank 
        Secrecy Act;
          (2) whether the delegated agencies have appropriate 
        resources to perform their delegated responsibilities; 
        and
          (3) whether the examiners in delegated agencies have 
        sufficient training and support to perform their 
        responsibilities.
  (b) Report.--Not later than one year after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Treasury shall 
submit to the Committee on Financial Services of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Banking, Housing, and 
Urban Affairs of the Senate a report containing--
          (1) all findings and determinations made in carrying 
        out the study required under subsection (a); and
          (2) recommendations to improve the efficacy of 
        delegation authority, including the potential for de-
        delegation of any or all such authority where it may be 
        appropriate.
  (c) Bank Secrecy Act Defined.--The term ``Bank Secrecy Act'' 
has the meaning given that term under section 5312 off title 
31, United States Code.

SEC. 7113. STUDY AND STRATEGY ON CHINESE MONEY LAUNDERING.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary of the Treasury shall carry out a 
study on the extent and effect of Chinese money laundering 
activities in the United States, including territories and 
possessions of the United States, and worldwide.
  (b) Strategy to Combat Chinese Money Laundering.--Upon the 
completion of the study required under subsection (a), the 
Secretary shall, in consultation with such other Federal 
departments and agencies as the Secretary determines 
appropriate, develop a strategy to combat Chinese money 
laundering activities.
  (c) Report.--Not later than the end of the 1-year period 
beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary 
of the Treasury shall issue a report to Congress containing--
          (1) all findings and determinations made in carrying 
        out the study required under subsection (a); and
          (2) the strategy developed under subsection (b).

                 TITLE II--IMPROVING AML/CFT OVERSIGHT

SEC. 7201. PILOT PROGRAM ON SHARING OF SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTS 
                    WITHIN A FINANCIAL GROUP.

  (a) In General.--
          (1) Sharing with foreign branches and affiliates.--
        Section 5318(g) of title 31, United States Code, is 
        amended by adding at the end the following:
          ``(5) Pilot program on sharing with foreign branches, 
        subsidiaries, and affiliates.--
                  ``(A) In general.--The Secretary of the 
                Treasury shall issue rules establishing the 
                pilot program described under subparagraph (B), 
                subject to such controls and restrictions as 
                the Director of the Financial Crimes 
                Enforcement Network determines appropriate, 
                including controls and restrictions regarding 
                participation by financial institutions and 
                jurisdictions in the pilot program. In 
                prescribing such rules, the Secretary shall 
                ensure that the sharing of information 
                described under such subparagraph (B) is 
                subject to appropriate standards and 
                requirements regarding data security and the 
                confidentiality of personally identifiable 
                information.
                  ``(B) Pilot program described.--The pilot 
                program required under this paragraph shall--
                          ``(i) permit a financial institution 
                        with a reporting obligation under this 
                        subsection to share reports (and 
                        information on such reports) under this 
                        subsection with the institution's 
                        foreign branches, subsidiaries, and 
                        affiliates for the purpose of combating 
                        illicit finance risks, notwithstanding 
                        any other provision of law except 
                        subparagraphs (A) and (C);
                          ``(ii) terminate on the date that is 
                        five years after the date of enactment 
                        of this paragraph, except that the 
                        Secretary may extend the pilot program 
                        for up to two years upon submitting a 
                        report to the Committee on Financial 
                        Services of the House of 
                        Representatives and the Committee on 
                        Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs of 
                        the Senate that includes--
                                  ``(I) a certification that 
                                the extension is in the 
                                national interest of the United 
                                States, with a detailed 
                                explanation of the reasons 
                                therefor;
                                  ``(II) an evaluation of the 
                                usefulness of the pilot 
                                program, including a detailed 
                                analysis of any illicit 
                                activity identified or 
                                prevented as a result of the 
                                program; and
                                  ``(III) a detailed 
                                legislative proposal providing 
                                for a long-term extension of 
                                the pilot program activities, 
                                including expected budgetary 
                                resources for the activities, 
                                if the Secretary determines 
                                that a long-term extension is 
                                appropriate.
                  ``(C) Prohibition involving certain 
                jurisdictions.--In issuing the regulations 
                required under subparagraph (A), the Secretary 
                may not permit a financial institution to share 
                information on reports under this subsection 
                with a foreign branch, subsidiary, or affiliate 
                located in--
                          ``(i) the People's Republic of China;
                          ``(ii) the Russian Federation; or
                          ``(iii) a jurisdiction that--
                                  ``(I) is subject to 
                                countermeasures imposed by the 
                                Federal Government;
                                  ``(II) is a state sponsor of 
                                terrorism; or
                                  ``(III) the Secretary has 
                                determined cannot reasonably 
                                protect the privacy and 
                                confidentiality of such 
                                information or would otherwise 
                                use such information in a 
                                manner that is not consistent 
                                with the national interest of 
                                the United States.
                  ``(D) Implementation updates.--Not later than 
                360 days after the date rules are issued under 
                subparagraph (A), and annually thereafter for 
                three years, the Secretary, or the Secretary's 
                designee, shall brief the Committee on 
                Financial Services of the House of 
                Representatives and the Committee on Banking, 
                Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate on--
                          ``(i) the degree of any information 
                        sharing permitted under the pilot 
                        program, and a description of criteria 
                        used by the Secretary to evaluate the 
                        appropriateness of the information 
                        sharing;
                          ``(ii) the effectiveness of the pilot 
                        program in identifying or preventing 
                        the violation of a United States law or 
                        regulation, and mechanisms that may 
                        improve such effectiveness; and
                          ``(iii) any recommendations to amend 
                        the design of the pilot program.
                  ``(E) Rule of construction.--Nothing in this 
                paragraph shall be construed as limiting the 
                Secretary's authority under provisions of law 
                other than this paragraph to establish other 
                permissible purposes or methods for a financial 
                institution sharing reports (and information on 
                such reports) under this subsection with the 
                institution's foreign headquarters or with 
                other branches of the same institution.
                  ``(F) Notice of use of other authority.--If 
                the Secretary, pursuant to any authority other 
                than that provided under this paragraph, 
                permits a financial institution to share 
                information on reports under this subsection 
                with a foreign branch, subsidiary, or affiliate 
                located in a foreign jurisdiction, the 
                Secretary shall notify the Committee on 
                Financial Services of the House of 
                Representatives and the Committee on Banking, 
                Housing, and Urban Affairs of such permission 
                and the applicable foreign jurisdiction.
          ``(6) Treatment of foreign jurisdiction-originated 
        reports.--A report received by a financial institution 
        from a foreign affiliate with respect to a suspicious 
        transaction relevant to a possible violation of law or 
        regulation shall be subject to the same confidentiality 
        requirements provided under this subsection for a 
        report of a suspicious transaction described under 
        paragraph (1).''.
          (2) Notification prohibitions.--Section 5318(g)(2)(A) 
        of title 31, United States Code, is amended--
                  (A) in clause (i), by inserting after 
                ``transaction has been reported'' the 
                following: ``or otherwise reveal any 
                information that would reveal that the 
                transaction has been reported''; and
                  (B) in clause (ii), by inserting after 
                ``transaction has been reported,'' the 
                following: ``or otherwise reveal any 
                information that would reveal that the 
                transaction has been reported,''.
  (b) Rulemaking.--Not later than the end of the 360-day period 
beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary 
of the Treasury shall issue regulations to carry out the 
amendments made by this section.

SEC. 7202. SHARING OF COMPLIANCE RESOURCES.

  (a) In General.--Section 5318 of title 31, United States 
Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(o) Sharing of Compliance Resources.--
          ``(1) Sharing permitted.--Two or more financial 
        institutions may enter into collaborative arrangements 
        in order to more efficiently comply with the 
        requirements of this subchapter.
          ``(2) Outreach.--The Secretary of the Treasury and 
        the appropriate supervising agencies shall carry out an 
        outreach program to provide financial institutions with 
        information, including best practices, with respect to 
        the sharing of resources described under paragraph 
        (1).''.
  (b) Rule of Construction.--The amendment made by subsection 
(a) may not be construed to require financial institutions to 
share resources.

SEC. 7203. GAO STUDY ON FEEDBACK LOOPS.

  (a) Study.--The Comptroller General of the United States 
shall carry out a study on--
          (1) best practices within the United States 
        Government for providing feedback (``feedback loop'') 
        to relevant parties (including regulated private 
        entities) on the usage and usefulness of personally 
        identifiable information (``PII''), sensitive-but-
        unclassified (``SBU'') data, or similar information 
        provided by such parties to Government users of such 
        information and data (including law enforcement or 
        regulators); and
          (2) any practices or standards inside or outside the 
        United States for providing feedback through sensitive 
        information and public-private partnership information 
        sharing efforts, specifically related to efforts to 
        combat money laundering and other forms of illicit 
        finance.
  (b) Report.--Not later than the end of the 18-month period 
beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
Comptroller General shall issue a report to the Committee on 
Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate and the 
Committee on Financial Services of the House of Representatives 
containing--
          (1) all findings and determinations made in carrying 
        out the study required under subsection (a);
          (2) with respect to each of paragraphs (1) and (2) of 
        subsection (a), any best practices or significant 
        concerns identified by the Comptroller General, and 
        their applicability to public-private partnerships and 
        feedback loops with respect to United States efforts to 
        combat money laundering and other forms of illicit 
        finance; and
          (3) recommendations to reduce or eliminate any 
        unnecessary Government collection of the information 
        described under subsection (a)(1).

SEC. 7204. FINCEN STUDY ON BSA VALUE.

  (a) Study.--The Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement 
Network shall carry out a study on Bank Secrecy Act value.
  (b) Report.--Not later than the end of the 30-day period 
beginning on the date the study under subsection (a) is 
completed, the Director shall issue a report to the Committee 
on Financial Services of the House of Representatives and the 
Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate 
containing all findings and determinations made in carrying out 
the study required under this section.
  (c) Classified Annex.--The report required under this section 
may include a classified annex, if the Director determines it 
appropriate.
  (d) Bank Secrecy Act Defined.--For purposes of this section, 
the term ``Bank Secrecy Act'' has the meaning given that term 
under section 5312 of title 31, United States Code.

SEC. 7205. SHARING OF THREAT PATTERN AND TREND INFORMATION.

  Section 5318(g) of title 31, United States Code, as amended 
by section 7201(a)(1), is further amended by adding at the end 
the following:
          ``(7) Sharing of threat pattern and trend 
        information.--
                  ``(A) SAR activity review.--The Director of 
                the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network shall 
                restart publication of the `SAR Activity Review 
                - Trends, Tips & Issues', on not less than a 
                semi-annual basis, to provide meaningful 
                information about the preparation, use, and 
                value of reports filed under this subsection by 
                financial institutions, as well as other 
                reports filed by financial institutions under 
                the Bank Secrecy Act.
                  ``(B) Inclusion of typologies.--In each 
                publication described under subparagraph (A), 
                the Director shall provide financial 
                institutions with typologies, including data 
                that can be adapted in algorithms (including 
                for artificial intelligence and machine 
                learning programs) where appropriate, on 
                emerging money laundering and counter terror 
                financing threat patterns and trends.
                  ``(C) Typology defined.--For purposes of this 
                paragraph, the term `typology' means the 
                various techniques used to launder money or 
                finance terrorism.''.

SEC. 7206. MODERNIZATION AND UPGRADING WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS.

  (a) Rewards.--Section 5323(d) of title 31, United States 
Code, is amended to read as follows:
  ``(d) Source of Rewards.--For the purposes of paying a reward 
under this section, the Secretary may, subject to amounts made 
available in advance by appropriation Acts, use criminal fine, 
civil penalty, or forfeiture amounts recovered based on the 
original information with respect to which the reward is being 
paid.''.
  (b) Whistleblower Incentives.--Chapter 53 of title 31, United 
States Code, is amended--
          (1) by inserting after section 5323 the following:

``Sec. 5323A. Whistleblower incentives

  ``(a) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Covered judicial or administrative action.--The 
        term `covered judicial or administrative action' means 
        any judicial or administrative action brought by FinCEN 
        under the Bank Secrecy Act that results in monetary 
        sanctions exceeding $1,000,000.
          ``(2) FinCEN.--The term `FinCEN' means the Financial 
        Crimes Enforcement Network.
          ``(3) Monetary sanctions.--The term `monetary 
        sanctions', when used with respect to any judicial or 
        administrative action, means--
                  ``(A) any monies, including penalties, 
                disgorgement, and interest, ordered to be paid; 
                and
                  ``(B) any monies deposited into a 
                disgorgement fund as a result of such action or 
                any settlement of such action.
          ``(4) Original information.--The term `original 
        information' means information that--
                  ``(A) is derived from the independent 
                knowledge or analysis of a whistleblower;
                  ``(B) is not known to FinCEN from any other 
                source, unless the whistleblower is the 
                original source of the information; and
                  ``(C) is not exclusively derived from an 
                allegation made in a judicial or administrative 
                hearing, in a governmental report, hearing, 
                audit, or investigation, or from the news 
                media, unless the whistleblower is a source of 
                the information.
          ``(5) Related action.--The term `related action', 
        when used with respect to any judicial or 
        administrative action brought by FinCEN, means any 
        judicial or administrative action that is based upon 
        original information provided by a whistleblower that 
        led to the successful enforcement of the action.
          ``(6) Secretary.--The term `Secretary' means the 
        Secretary of the Treasury.
          ``(7) Whistleblower.--The term `whistleblower' means 
        any individual who provides, or 2 or more individuals 
        acting jointly who provide, information relating to a 
        violation of laws enforced by FinCEN, in a manner 
        established, by rule or regulation, by FinCEN.
  ``(b) Awards.--
          ``(1) In general.--In any covered judicial or 
        administrative action, or related action, the 
        Secretary, under such rules as the Secretary may issue 
        and subject to subsection (c), shall pay an award or 
        awards to 1 or more whistleblowers who voluntarily 
        provided original information to FinCEN that led to the 
        successful enforcement of the covered judicial or 
        administrative action, or related action, in an 
        aggregate amount equal to not more than 30 percent, in 
        total, of what has been collected of the monetary 
        sanctions imposed in the action.
          ``(2) Source of awards.--For the purposes of paying 
        any award under paragraph (1), the Secretary may, 
        subject to amounts made available in advance by 
        appropriation Acts, use monetary sanction amounts 
        recovered based on the original information with 
        respect to which the award is being paid.
  ``(c) Determination of Amount of Award; Denial of Award.--
          ``(1) Determination of amount of award.--
                  ``(A) Discretion.--The determination of the 
                amount of an award made under subsection (b) 
                shall be in the discretion of the Secretary.
                  ``(B) Criteria.--In responding to a 
                disclosure and determining the amount of an 
                award made, FinCEN staff shall meet with the 
                whistleblower to discuss evidence disclosed and 
                rebuttals to the disclosure, and shall take 
                into consideration--
                          ``(i) the significance of the 
                        information provided by the 
                        whistleblower to the success of the 
                        covered judicial or administrative 
                        action;
                          ``(ii) the degree of assistance 
                        provided by the whistleblower and any 
                        legal representative of the 
                        whistleblower in a covered judicial or 
                        administrative action;
                          ``(iii) the mission of FinCEN in 
                        deterring violations of the law by 
                        making awards to whistleblowers who 
                        provide information that lead to the 
                        successful enforcement of such laws; 
                        and
                          ``(iv) such additional relevant 
                        factors as the Secretary may establish 
                        by rule.
          ``(2) Denial of award.--No award under subsection (b) 
        shall be made--
                  ``(A) to any whistleblower who is, or was at 
                the time the whistleblower acquired the 
                original information submitted to FinCEN, a 
                member, officer, or employee of--
                          ``(i) an appropriate regulatory 
                        agency;
                          ``(ii) the Department of Justice;
                          ``(iii) a self-regulatory 
                        organization; or
                          ``(iv) a law enforcement 
                        organization;
                  ``(B) to any whistleblower who is convicted 
                of a criminal violation, or who the Secretary 
                has a reasonable basis to believe committed a 
                criminal violation, related to the judicial or 
                administrative action for which the 
                whistleblower otherwise could receive an award 
                under this section;
                  ``(C) to any whistleblower who gains the 
                information through the performance of an audit 
                of financial statements required under the Bank 
                Secrecy Act and for whom such submission would 
                be contrary to its requirements; or
                  ``(D) to any whistleblower who fails to 
                submit information to FinCEN in such form as 
                the Secretary may, by rule, require.
          ``(3) Statement of reasons.--For any decision 
        granting or denying an award, the Secretary shall 
        provide to the whistleblower a statement of reasons 
        that includes findings of fact and conclusions of law 
        for all material issues.
  ``(d) Representation.--
          ``(1) Permitted representation.--Any whistleblower 
        who makes a claim for an award under subsection (b) may 
        be represented by counsel.
          ``(2) Required representation.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Any whistleblower who 
                anonymously makes a claim for an award under 
                subsection (b) shall be represented by counsel 
                if the whistleblower anonymously submits the 
                information upon which the claim is based.
                  ``(B) Disclosure of identity.--Prior to the 
                payment of an award, a whistleblower shall 
                disclose their identity and provide such other 
                information as the Secretary may require, 
                directly or through counsel for the 
                whistleblower.
  ``(e) Appeals.--Any determination made under this section, 
including whether, to whom, or in what amount to make awards, 
shall be in the discretion of the Secretary. Any such 
determination, except the determination of the amount of an 
award if the award was made in accordance with subsection (b), 
may be appealed to the appropriate court of appeals of the 
United States not more than 30 days after the determination is 
issued by the Secretary. The court shall review the 
determination made by the Secretary in accordance with section 
706 of title 5.
  ``(f) Employee Protections.--The Secretary of the Treasury 
shall issue regulations protecting a whistleblower from 
retaliation, which shall be as close as practicable to the 
employee protections provided for under section 1057 of the 
Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010.''; and
          (2) in the table of contents for such chapter, by 
        inserting after the item relating to section 5323 the 
        following new item:

``5323A. Whistleblower incentives.''.

SEC. 7207. CERTAIN VIOLATORS BARRED FROM SERVING ON BOARDS OF UNITED 
                    STATES FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS.

  Section 5321 of title 31, United States Code, is amended by 
adding at the end the following:
  ``(f) Certain Violators Barred From Serving on Boards of 
United States Financial Institutions.--
          ``(1) In general.--An individual found to have 
        committed an egregious violation of a provision of (or 
        rule issued under) the Bank Secrecy Act shall be barred 
        from serving on the board of directors of a United 
        States financial institution for a 10-year period 
        beginning on the date of such finding.
          ``(2) Egregious violation defined.--With respect to 
        an individual, the term `egregious violation' means--
                  ``(A) a felony criminal violation for which 
                the individual was convicted; and
                  ``(B) a civil violation where the individual 
                willfully committed such violation and the 
                violation facilitated money laundering or the 
                financing of terrorism.''.

SEC. 7208. ADDITIONAL DAMAGES FOR REPEAT BANK SECRECY ACT VIOLATORS.

  (a) In General.--Section 5321 of title 31, United States 
Code, as amended by section 7208, is further amended by adding 
at the end the following:
  ``(g) Additional Damages for Repeat Violators.--In addition 
to any other fines permitted by this section and section 5322, 
with respect to a person who has previously been convicted of a 
criminal provision of (or rule issued under) the Bank Secrecy 
Act or who has admitted, as part of a deferred- or non-
prosecution agreement, to having previously committed a 
violation of a criminal provision of (or rule issued under) the 
Bank Secrecy Act, the Secretary may impose an additional civil 
penalty against such person for each additional such violation 
in an amount equal to up three times the profit gained or loss 
avoided by such person as a result of the violation.''.
  (b) Prospective Application of Amendment.--For purposes of 
determining whether a person has committed a previous violation 
under section 5321(g) of title 31, United States Code, such 
determination shall only include violations occurring after the 
date of enactment of this Act.

SEC. 7209. JUSTICE ANNUAL REPORT ON DEFERRED AND NON-PROSECUTION 
                    AGREEMENTS.

  (a) Annual Report.--The Attorney General shall issue an 
annual report, every year for the five years beginning on the 
date of enactment of this Act, to the Committees on Financial 
Services and the Judiciary of the House of Representatives and 
the Committees on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs and the 
Judiciary of the Senate containing--
          (1) a list of deferred prosecution agreements and 
        non-prosecution agreements that the Attorney General 
        has entered into during the previous year with any 
        person with respect to a violation or suspected 
        violation of the Bank Secrecy Act;
          (2) the justification for entering into each such 
        agreement;
          (3) the list of factors that were taken into account 
        in determining that the Attorney General should enter 
        into each such agreement; and
          (4) the extent of coordination the Attorney General 
        conducted with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network 
        prior to entering into each such agreement.
  (b) Classified Annex.--Each report under subsection (a) may 
include a classified annex.
  (c) Bank Secrecy Act Defined.--For purposes of this section, 
the term ``Bank Secrecy Act'' has the meaning given that term 
under section 5312 of title 31, United States Code.

SEC. 7210. RETURN OF PROFITS AND BONUSES.

  (a) In General.--Section 5322 of title 31, United States 
Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(e) Return of Profits and Bonuses.--A person convicted of 
violating a provision of (or rule issued under) the Bank 
Secrecy Act shall--
          ``(1) in addition to any other fine under this 
        section, be fined in an amount equal to the profit 
        gained by such person by reason of such violation, as 
        determined by the court; and
          ``(2) if such person is an individual who was a 
        partner, director, officer, or employee of a financial 
        institution at the time the violation occurred, repay 
        to such financial institution any bonus paid to such 
        individual during the Federal fiscal year in which the 
        violation occurred or the Federal fiscal year after 
        which the violation occurred.''.
  (b) Rule of Construction.--The amendment made by subsection 
(a) may not be construed to prohibit a financial institution 
from requiring the repayment of a bonus paid to a partner, 
director, officer, or employee if the financial institution 
determines that the partner, director, officer, or employee 
engaged in unethical, but non-criminal, activities.

SEC. 7211. APPLICATION OF BANK SECRECY ACT TO DEALERS IN ANTIQUITIES.

  (a) In General.--Section 5312(a)(2) of title 31, United 
States Code, is amended--
          (1) in subparagraph (Y), by striking ``or'' at the 
        end;
          (2) by redesignating subparagraph (Z) as subparagraph 
        (AA); and
          (3) by inserting after subsection (Y) the following:
                  ``(Z) a person trading or acting as an 
                intermediary in the trade of antiquities, 
                including an advisor, consultant or any other 
                person who engages as a business in the 
                solicitation of the sale of antiquities; or''.
  (b) Study on the Facilitation of Money Laundering and Terror 
Finance Through the Trade of Works of Art or Antiquities.--
          (1) Study.--The Secretary of the Treasury, in 
        coordination with Federal Bureau of Investigation, the 
        Attorney General, and Homeland Security Investigations, 
        shall perform a study on the facilitation of money 
        laundering and terror finance through the trade of 
        works of art or antiquities, including an analysis of--
                  (A) the extent to which the facilitation of 
                money laundering and terror finance through the 
                trade of works of art or antiquities may enter 
                or affect the financial system of the United 
                States, including any qualitative data or 
                statistics;
                  (B) whether thresholds and definitions should 
                apply in determining which entities to 
                regulate;
                  (C) an evaluation of which markets, by size, 
                entity type, domestic or international 
                geographical locations, or otherwise, should be 
                subject to regulations, but only to the extent 
                such markets are not already required to report 
                on the trade of works of art or antiquities to 
                the Federal Government;
                  (D) an evaluation of whether certain 
                exemptions should apply; and
                  (E) any other points of study or analysis the 
                Secretary determines necessary or appropriate.
          (2) Report.--Not later than the end of the 180-day 
        period beginning on the date of the enactment of this 
        Act, the Secretary of the Treasury shall issue a report 
        to the Committee on Financial Services of the House of 
        Representatives and the Committee on Banking, Housing, 
        and Urban Affairs of the Senate containing all findings 
        and determinations made in carrying out the study 
        required under paragraph (1).
  (c) Rulemaking.--Not later than the end of the 180-day period 
beginning on the date the Secretary issues the report required 
under subsection (b)(2), the Secretary shall issue regulations 
to carry out the amendments made by subsection (a).

SEC. 7212. GEOGRAPHIC TARGETING ORDER.

  The Secretary of the Treasury shall issue a geographic 
targeting order, similar to the order issued by the Financial 
Crimes Enforcement Network on November 15, 2018, that--
          (1) applies to commercial real estate to the same 
        extent, with the exception of having the same 
        thresholds, as the order issued by FinCEN on November 
        15, 2018, applies to residential real estate; and
          (2) establishes a specific threshold for commercial 
        real estate.

SEC. 7213. STUDY AND REVISIONS TO CURRENCY TRANSACTION REPORTS AND 
                    SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTS.

  (a) Currency Transaction Reports.--
          (1) CTR indexed for inflation.--
                  (A) In general.--Every 5 years after the date 
                of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the 
                Treasury shall revise regulations issued with 
                respect to section 5313 of title 31, United 
                States Code, to update each $10,000 threshold 
                amount in such regulation to reflect the change 
                in the Consumer Price Index for All Urban 
                Consumers published by the Department of Labor, 
                rounded to the nearest $100. For purposes of 
                calculating the change described in the 
                previous sentence, the Secretary shall use 
                $10,000 as the base amount and the date of 
                enactment of this Act as the base date.
                  (B) Exception.--Notwithstanding subparagraph 
                (A), the Secretary may make appropriate 
                adjustments to the threshold amounts described 
                under subparagraph (A) in high-risk areas 
                (e.g., High Intensity Financial Crime Areas or 
                HIFCAs), if the Secretary has demonstrable 
                evidence that shows a threshold raise would 
                increase serious crimes, such as trafficking, 
                or endanger national security.
          (2) GAO ctr study.--
                  (A) Study.--The Comptroller General of the 
                United States shall carry out a study of 
                currency transaction reports. Such study shall 
                include--
                          (i) a review (carried out in 
                        consultation with the Secretary of the 
                        Treasury, the Financial Crimes 
                        Enforcement Network, the United States 
                        Attorney General, the State Attorneys 
                        General, and State, Tribal, and local 
                        law enforcement) of the effectiveness 
                        of the current currency transaction 
                        reporting regime;
                          (ii) an analysis of the importance of 
                        currency transaction reports to law 
                        enforcement; and
                          (iii) an analysis of the effects of 
                        raising the currency transaction report 
                        threshold.
                  (B) Report.--Not later than the end of the 1-
                year period beginning on the date of enactment 
                of this Act, the Comptroller General shall 
                issue a report to the Secretary of the Treasury 
                and the Congress containing--
                          (i) all findings and determinations 
                        made in carrying out the study required 
                        under subparagraph (A); and
                          (ii) recommendations for improving 
                        the current currency transaction 
                        reporting regime.
  (b) Modified SARs Study and Design.--
          (1) Study.--The Director of the Financial Crimes 
        Enforcement Network shall carry out a study, in 
        consultation with industry stakeholders (including 
        money services businesses, community banks, and credit 
        unions), the Federal functional regulators, State bank 
        supervisors, and law enforcement, of the design of a 
        modified suspicious activity report form for certain 
        customers and activities. Such study shall include--
                  (A) an examination of appropriate optimal 
                SARs thresholds to determine the level at which 
                a modified SARs form could be employed;
                  (B) an evaluation of which customers or 
                transactions would be appropriate for a 
                modified SAR, including--
                          (i) seasoned business customers;
                          (ii) financial technology (Fintech) 
                        firms;
                          (iii) structuring transactions; and
                          (iv) any other customer or 
                        transaction that may be appropriate for 
                        a modified SAR; and
                  (C) an analysis of the most effective methods 
                to reduce the regulatory burden imposed on 
                financial institutions in complying with the 
                Bank Secrecy Act, including an analysis of the 
                effect of--
                          (i) modifying thresholds;
                          (ii) shortening forms;
                          (iii) combining Bank Secrecy Act 
                        forms;
                          (iv) filing reports in periodic 
                        batches; and
                          (v) any other method that may reduce 
                        the regulatory burden.
          (2) Study considerations.--In carrying out the study 
        required under paragraph (1), the Director shall seek 
        to balance law enforcement priorities, regulatory 
        burdens experienced by financial institutions, and the 
        requirement for reports to have a ``high degree of 
        usefulness to law enforcement'' under the Bank Secrecy 
        Act.
          (3) Report.--Not later than the end of the 1-year 
        period beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, 
        the Director shall issue a report to Congress 
        containing--
                  (A) all findings and determinations made in 
                carrying out the study required under 
                subsection (a); and
                  (B) sample designs of modified SARs forms 
                based on the study results.
          (4) Contracting authority.--The Director may contract 
        with a private third-party to carry out the study 
        required under this subsection. The authority of the 
        Director to enter into contracts under this paragraph 
        shall be in effect for each fiscal year only to the 
        extent and in the amounts as are provided in advance in 
        appropriations Acts.
  (c) Definitions.--For purposes of this section:
          (1) Bank secrecy act.--The term ``Bank Secrecy Act'' 
        has the meaning given that term under section 5312 of 
        title 31, United States Code.
          (2) Federal functional regulator.--The term ``Federal 
        functional regulator'' has the meaning given that term 
        under section 7103.
          (3) Regulatory burden.--The term ``regulatory 
        burden'' means the man-hours to complete filings, cost 
        of data collection and analysis, and other 
        considerations of chapter 35 of title 44, United States 
        Code (commonly referred to as the Paperwork Reduction 
        Act).
          (4) SAR; suspicious activity report.--The term 
        ``SAR'' and ``suspicious activity report'' mean a 
        report of a suspicious transaction under section 
        5318(g) of title 31, United States Code.
          (5) Seasoned business customer.--The term ``seasoned 
        business customer'', shall have such meaning as the 
        Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe, which shall 
        include any person that--
                  (A) is incorporated or organized under the 
                laws of the United States or any State, or is 
                registered as, licensed by, or otherwise 
                eligible to do business within the United 
                States, a State, or political subdivision of a 
                State;
                  (B) has maintained an account with a 
                financial institution for a length of time as 
                determined by the Secretary; and
                  (C) meet such other requirements as the 
                Secretary may determine necessary or 
                appropriate.
          (6) State bank supervisor.--The term ``State bank 
        supervisor'' has the meaning given that term under 
        section 3 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 
        U.S.C. 1813).

SEC. 7214. STREAMLINING REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENCY TRANSACTION REPORTS 
                    AND SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTS.

  (a) Review.--The Secretary of the Treasury (in consultation 
with Federal law enforcement agencies, the Director of National 
Intelligence, the Federal functional regulators, State bank 
supervisors, and other relevant stakeholders) shall undertake a 
formal review of the current financial institution reporting 
requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act and its implementing 
regulations and propose changes to further reduce regulatory 
burdens, and ensure that the information provided is of a 
``high degree of usefulness'' to law enforcement, as set forth 
under section 5311 of title 31, United States Code.
  (b) Contents.--The review required under subsection (a) shall 
include a study of--
          (1) whether the timeframe for filing a suspicious 
        activity report should be increased from 30 days;
          (2) whether or not currency transaction report and 
        suspicious activity report thresholds should be tied to 
        inflation or otherwise periodically be adjusted;
          (3) whether the circumstances under which a financial 
        institution determines whether to file a ``continuing 
        suspicious activity report'', or the processes followed 
        by a financial institution in determining whether to 
        file a ``continuing suspicious activity report'' (or 
        both) can be narrowed;
          (4) analyzing the fields designated as ``critical'' 
        on the suspicious activity report form and whether the 
        number of fields should be reduced;
          (5) the increased use of exemption provisions to 
        reduce currency transaction reports that are of little 
        or no value to law enforcement efforts;
          (6) the current financial institution reporting 
        requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act and its 
        implementing regulations and guidance; and
          (7) such other items as the Secretary determines 
        appropriate.
  (c) Report.--Not later than the end of the one year period 
beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with law enforcement 
and persons subject to Bank Secrecy Act requirements, shall 
issue a report to the Congress containing all findings and 
determinations made in carrying out the review required under 
subsection (a).
  (d) Definitions.--For purposes of this section:
          (1) Federal functional regulator.--The term ``Federal 
        functional regulator'' has the meaning given that term 
        under section 7103.
          (2) State bank supervisor.--The term ``State bank 
        supervisor'' has the meaning given that term under 
        section 3 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 
        U.S.C. 1813).
          (3) Other terms.--The terms ``Bank Secrecy Act'' and 
        ``financial institution'' have the meaning given those 
        terms, respectively, under section 5312 of title 31, 
        United States Code.

                 TITLE III--MODERNIZING THE AML SYSTEM

SEC. 7301. ENCOURAGING INNOVATION IN BSA COMPLIANCE.

  Section 5318 of title 31, United States Code, as amended by 
section 7202, is further amended by adding at the end the 
following:
  ``(p) Encouraging Innovation in Compliance.--
          ``(1) In general.--The Federal functional regulators 
        shall encourage financial institutions to consider, 
        evaluate, and, where appropriate, responsibly implement 
        innovative approaches to meet the requirements of this 
        subchapter, including through the use of innovation 
        pilot programs.
          ``(2) Exemptive relief.--The Secretary, pursuant to 
        subsection (a), may provide exemptions from the 
        requirements of this subchapter if the Secretary 
        determines such exemptions are necessary to facilitate 
        the testing and potential use of new technologies and 
        other innovations.
          ``(3) Rule of construction.--This subsection may not 
        be construed to require financial institutions to 
        consider, evaluate, or implement innovative approaches 
        to meet the requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act.
          ``(4) Federal functional regulator defined.--In this 
        subsection, the term `Federal functional regulator' 
        means the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve 
        System, the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal 
        Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit 
        Union Administration, the Securities and Exchange 
        Commission, and the Commodity Futures Trading 
        Commission.''.

SEC. 7302. INNOVATION LABS.

  (a) In General.--Subchapter II of chapter 53 of title 31, 
United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the 
following:

``Sec. 5333. Innovation Labs

  ``(a) Establishment.--There is established within the 
Department of the Treasury and each Federal functional 
regulator an Innovation Lab.
  ``(b) Director.--The head of each Innovation Lab shall be a 
Director, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury or 
the head of the Federal functional regulator, as applicable.
  ``(c) Duties.--The duties of the Innovation Lab shall be--
          ``(1) to provide outreach to law enforcement 
        agencies, State bank supervisors, financial 
        institutions, and other persons (including vendors and 
        technology companies) with respect to innovation and 
        new technologies that may be used to comply with the 
        requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act;
          ``(2) to support the implementation of responsible 
        innovation and new technology, in a manner that 
        complies with the requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act;
          ``(3) to explore opportunities for public-private 
        partnerships; and
          ``(4) to develop metrics of success.
  ``(d) FinCEN Lab.--The Innovation Lab established under 
subsection (a) within the Department of the Treasury shall be a 
lab within the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.
  ``(e) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Federal functional regulator.--The term 
        `Federal functional regulator' means the Board of 
        Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the 
        Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit 
        Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union 
        Administration, the Securities and Exchange Commission, 
        and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
          ``(2) State bank supervisor.--The term `State bank 
        supervisor' has the meaning given that term under 
        section 3 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 
        U.S.C. 1813).''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The table of contents for subchapter 
II of chapter 53 of title 31, United States Code, is amended by 
adding at the end the following:

``5333. Innovation Labs.''.

SEC. 7303. INNOVATION COUNCIL.

  (a) In General.--Subchapter II of chapter 53 of Title 31, 
United States Code, as amended by section 7302, is further 
amended by adding at the end the following:

``Sec. 5334. Innovation Council

  ``(a) Establishment.--There is established the Innovation 
Council (hereinafter in this section referred to as the 
`Council'), which shall consist of each Director of an 
Innovation Lab established under section 5334, a representative 
of State bank supervisors (as defined under section 3 of the 
Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1813)), and the 
Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.
  ``(b) Chair.--The Director of the Innovation Lab of the 
Department of the Treasury shall serve as the Chair of the 
Council.
  ``(c) Duty.--The members of the Council shall coordinate on 
activities related to innovation under the Bank Secrecy Act, 
but may not supplant individual agency determinations on 
innovation.
  ``(d) Meetings.--The meetings of the Council--
          ``(1) shall be at the call of the Chair, but in no 
        case may the Council meet less than semi-annually;
          ``(2) may include open and closed sessions, as 
        determined necessary by the Council; and
          ``(3) shall include participation by public and 
        private entities and law enforcement agencies.
  ``(e) Report.--The Council shall issue an annual report, for 
each of the 7 years beginning on the date of enactment of this 
section, to the Secretary of the Treasury on the activities of 
the Council during the previous year, including the success of 
programs as measured by metrics of success developed pursuant 
to section 5334(c)(4), and any regulatory or legislative 
recommendations that the Council may have.''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The table of contents for subchapter 
II of chapter 53 of title 31, United States Code, is amended by 
adding the end the following:

``5334. Innovation Council.''.

SEC. 7304. TESTING METHODS RULEMAKING.

  (a) In General.--Section 5318 of title 31, United States 
Code, as amended by section 7301, is further amended by adding 
at the end the following:
  ``(q) Testing.--
          ``(1) In general.--The Secretary of the Treasury, in 
        consultation with the head of each agency to which the 
        Secretary has delegated duties or powers under 
        subsection (a), shall issue a rule to specify--
                  ``(A) with respect to technology and related 
                technology-internal processes (`new 
                technology') designed to facilitate compliance 
                with the Bank Secrecy Act requirements, the 
                standards by which financial institutions are 
                to test new technology; and
                  ``(B) in what instances or under what 
                circumstance and criteria a financial 
                institution may replace or terminate legacy 
                technology and processes for any examinable 
                technology or process without the replacement 
                or termination being determined an examination 
                deficiency.
          ``(2) Standards.--The standards described under 
        paragraph (1) may include--
                  ``(A) an emphasis on using innovative 
                approaches, such as machine learning, rather 
                than rules-based systems;
                  ``(B) risk-based back-testing of the regime 
                to facilitate calibration of relevant systems;
                  ``(C) requirements for appropriate data 
                privacy and security; and
                  ``(D) a requirement that the algorithms used 
                by the regime be disclosed to the Financial 
                Crimes Enforcement Network, upon request.
          ``(3) Confidentiality of algorithms.--If a financial 
        institution or any director, officer, employee, or 
        agent of any financial institution, voluntarily or 
        pursuant to this subsection or any other authority, 
        discloses the institution's algorithms to a Government 
        agency, such algorithms and any materials associated 
        with the creation of such algorithms shall be 
        considered confidential and not subject to public 
        disclosure.''.
  (b) Update of Manual.--The Financial Institutions Examination 
Council shall ensure--
          (1) that any manual prepared by the Council is 
        updated to reflect the rulemaking required by the 
        amendment made by subsection (a); and
          (2) that financial institutions are not penalized for 
        the decisions based on such rulemaking to replace or 
        terminate technology used for compliance with the Bank 
        Secrecy Act (as defined under section 5312 of title 31, 
        United States Code) or other anti-money laundering 
        laws.

SEC. 7305. FINCEN STUDY ON USE OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES.

  (a) Study.--
          (1) In general.--The Director of the Financial Crimes 
        Enforcement Network (``FinCEN'') shall carry out a 
        study on--
                  (A) the status of implementation and internal 
                use of emerging technologies, including 
                artificial intelligence (``AI''), digital 
                identity technologies, blockchain technologies, 
                and other innovative technologies within 
                FinCEN;
                  (B) whether AI, digital identity 
                technologies, blockchain technologies, and 
                other innovative technologies can be further 
                leveraged to make FinCEN's data analysis more 
                efficient and effective; and
                  (C) how FinCEN could better utilize AI, 
                digital identity technologies, blockchain 
                technologies, and other innovative technologies 
                to more actively analyze and disseminate the 
                information it collects and stores to provide 
                investigative leads to Federal, State, Tribal, 
                and local law enforcement, and other Federal 
                agencies (collective, ``Agencies''), and better 
                support its ongoing investigations when 
                referring a case to the Agencies.
          (2) Inclusion of gto data.--The study required under 
        this subsection shall include data collected through 
        the Geographic Targeting Orders (``GTO'') program.
          (3) Consultation.--In conducting the study required 
        under this subsection, FinCEN shall consult with the 
        Directors of the Innovations Labs established in 
        section 302.
  (b) Report.--Not later than the end of the 6-month period 
beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
Director shall issue a report to the Committee on Banking, 
Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate and the Committee on 
Financial Services of the House of Representatives containing--
          (1) all findings and determinations made in carrying 
        out the study required under subsection (a);
          (2) with respect to each of subparagraphs (A), (B) 
        and (C) of subsection (a)(1), any best practices or 
        significant concerns identified by the Director, and 
        their applicability to AI, digital identity 
        technologies, blockchain technologies, and other 
        innovative technologies with respect to United States 
        efforts to combat money laundering and other forms of 
        illicit finance; and
          (3) any policy recommendations that could facilitate 
        and improve communication and coordination between the 
        private sector, FinCEN, and Agencies through the 
        implementation of innovative approaches, in order to 
        meet their Bank Secrecy Act (as defined under section 
        5312 of title 31, United States Code) and anti-money 
        laundering compliance obligations.

SEC. 7306. DISCRETIONARY SURPLUS FUNDS.

  The dollar amount specified under section 7(a)(3)(A) of the 
Federal Reserve Act (12 U.S.C. 289(a)(3)(A)) is reduced by 
$37,000,000.
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2. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bergman of Michigan or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1115, after line 5, insert the following:

SEC. 17__. FOREIGN STATE COMPUTER INTRUSIONS.

  (a) In General.--Chapter 97 of title 28, United States Code, 
is amended by inserting after section 1605B the following:

``Sec. 1605C. Computer intrusions by a foreign state

  ``A foreign state shall not be immune from the jurisdiction 
of the courts of the United States or of the States in any case 
not otherwise covered by this chapter in which money damages 
are sought against a foreign state by a national of the United 
States for personal injury, harm to reputation, or damage to or 
loss of property resulting from any of the following 
activities, whether occurring in the United States or a foreign 
state:
          ``(1) Unauthorized access to or access exceeding 
        authorization to a computer located in the United 
        States.
          ``(2) Unauthorized access to confidential, electronic 
        stored information located in the United States.
          ``(3) The transmission of a program, information, 
        code, or command to a computer located in the United 
        States, which, as a result of such conduct, causes 
        damage without authorization.
          ``(4) The use, dissemination, or disclosure, without 
        consent, of any information obtained by means of any 
        activity described in paragraph (1), (2), or (3).
          ``(5) The provision of material support or resources 
        for any activity described in paragraph (1), (2), (3), 
        or (4), including by an official, employee, or agent of 
        such foreign state.''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The table of sections for chapter 97 
of title 28, United States Code, is amended by inserting after 
the item relating to section 1605B the following:

``1605C. Computer intrusions by a foreign state.''.

  (c) Application.--This section and the amendments made by 
this section shall apply to any action pending on or filed on 
or after the date of the enactment of this Act.
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3. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title X, insert the following:

SEC. 10__. CURTAILING INSURRECTION ACT VIOLATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS' 
                    LIBERTIES.

  (a) Federal Aid for State Governments.--Section 251 of title 
10, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by striking ``Whenever'' and inserting ``(a) In 
        General.--Whenever''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following new 
        subsection:
  ``(b) Certification to Congress.--(1) The President may not 
invoke the authority under this section unless the President 
and the Secretary of Defense certify to Congress that the State 
concerned is unable or unwilling to suppress an insurrection 
described in subsection (a).
  ``(2) A certification under paragraph (1) shall include the 
following:
          ``(A) A description of the circumstances 
        necessitating the invocation of the authority under 
        this section.
          ``(B) Demonstrable evidence that the State concerned 
        is unable or unwilling to suppress such insurrection, 
        and a legal justification for resorting to the 
        authority under this section to so suppress.
          ``(C) A description of the mission, scope, and 
        duration of use of members of the armed forces under 
        this section.''.
  (b) Use of Militia and Armed Forces to Enforce Federal 
Authority.--Section 252 of title 10, United States Code, is 
amended to read as follows:

``Sec. 252. Use of militia and armed forces to enforce Federal 
                    authority

  ``(a) Authority.--Whenever unlawful obstructions, 
combinations, or assemblages, or rebellion against the 
authority of the United States, make it impracticable to 
enforce the laws of the United States in any State by the 
ordinary course of judicial proceedings, the President may call 
into Federal service such of the militia of any State, and use 
such of the armed forces, as the President considers necessary 
to enforce those laws or to suppress the rebellion.
  ``(b) Certification to Congress.--(1) The President may not 
invoke the authority under this section unless the President 
and the Secretary of Defense certify to Congress that the State 
concerned is unable or unwilling to suppress an unlawful 
obstruction, combination, or assemblage, or rebellion against 
the authority of the United States described in subsection (a).
  ``(2) A certification under paragraph (1) shall include the 
following:
          ``(A) A description of the circumstances 
        necessitating the invocation of the authority under 
        this section.
          ``(B) Demonstrable evidence that the State concerned 
        is unable or unwilling to suppress such unlawful 
        obstruction, combination, or assemblage, or rebellion 
        against the authority of the United States, and a legal 
        justification for resorting to the authority under this 
        section to so suppress.
          ``(C) A description of the mission, scope, and 
        duration of use of members of the armed forces under 
        this section.''.
  (c) Interference With State and Federal Law.--Section 253 of 
title 10, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by striking ``The President'' and inserting ``(a) 
        Authority.--(1) The President'';
          (2) by redesignating paragraphs (1) and (2) as 
        subparagraphs (A) and (B), respectively;
          (3) by striking ``In any situation covered by clause 
        (1),'' and inserting ``(2) In any situation covered by 
        paragraph (1)(A),''; and
          (4) by adding at the end the following new 
        subsection:
  ``(b) Certification to Congress.--(1) The President may not 
invoke the authority under this section unless the President 
and the Secretary of Defense certify to Congress that the State 
concerned is unable or unwilling to suppress an insurrection, 
domestic violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy, as 
described in subsection (a).
  ``(2) A certification under paragraph (1) shall include the 
following:
          ``(A) A description of the circumstances 
        necessitating the invocation of the authority under 
        this section.
          ``(B) Demonstrable evidence that the State concerned 
        is unable or unwilling to suppress such insurrection, 
        domestic violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy, 
        and a legal justification for resorting to the 
        authority under this section to so suppress.
          ``(C) A description of the mission, scope, and 
        duration of use of members of the armed forces under 
        this section.''.
  (d) Consultation With Congress.--
          (1) In general.--Chapter 13 of title 10, United 
        States Code, is amended by adding at the end the 
        following new section:

``Sec. 256. Consultation

  ``The President, in every possible instance, shall consult 
with Congress before invoking the authority under section 251, 
252, or 253 of this title.''.
          (2) Clerical amendment.--The table of sections at the 
        beginning of chapter 13 of title 10, United States 
        Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new 
        item:

``256. Consultation.''.

  (e) Restriction on Direct Participation by Military 
Personnel.--
          (1) In general.--Such chapter is further amended by 
        adding at the end the following new section:

``Sec. 257. Restriction on direct participation by military personnel

  ``(a) In General.--No activity under this chapter shall 
permit direct participation by a member of the Army, Navy, Air 
Force, Marine Corps, or Space Force in a search, seizure, 
arrest, or other similar activity unless participation in such 
activity by such member is otherwise expressly authorized by 
law.
  ``(b) Regulations.--The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe 
such regulations as may be necessary to ensure compliance with 
subsection (a).
  ``(c) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in this section shall be 
construed to limit authority of law enforcement personnel of 
the armed forces on Federal military installations''.
          (2) Clerical amendment.--The table of sections at the 
        beginning of such chapter is further amended by adding 
        at the end the following new item:

``257. Restriction on direct participation by military personnel.''.
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4. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative McAdams of Utah or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle B of title XXXI the following new 
section:

SEC. 3121. PROHIBITION ON USE OF FUNDS FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS TEST 
                    EXPLOSIONS.

  (a) In General.--None of the funds authorized to be 
appropriated by this Act or otherwise made available for fiscal 
year 2021, or authorized to be appropriated or otherwise made 
available for any fiscal year before fiscal year 2021 and 
available for obligation as of the date of the enactment of 
this Act, may be obligated or expended to conduct or make 
preparations for any explosive nuclear weapons test that 
produces any yield.
  (b) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in subsection (a) shall be 
construed to apply to nuclear stockpile stewardship activities 
that are consistent with the zero-yield standard and other 
requirements under law.
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 5. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Omar of Minnesota or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 766, beginning line 15, strike section 1213 and insert 
the following:

SEC. 1213. COMPLETION OF ACCELERATED TRANSITION OF UNITED STATES COMBAT 
                    AND MILITARY AND SECURITY OPERATIONS TO THE 
                    GOVERNMENT OF AFGHANISTAN.

  (a) In General.--It is the policy of the United States that, 
in coordination with the Government of Afghanistan, North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member countries, and other 
allies in Afghanistan, the President shall--
          (1) complete the accelerated transition of United 
        States combat operations to the Government of 
        Afghanistan by April 29, 2021;
          (2) complete the accelerated transition of all 
        military forces of the United States, its allies, and 
        coalition partners, including all non-diplomatic 
        civilian personnel, security contractors, trainers, 
        advisors, and supporting services personnel by April 
        29, 2021; and
          (3) implement the US--Taliban agreement of February 
        29, 2020, in pursuit of a political settlement and 
        reconciliation of the internal conflict in Afghanistan 
        that includes the Government of Afghanistan, all 
        interested parties within Afghanistan, and the 
        observance and support of representatives of donor 
        countries active in Afghanistan, regional governments, 
        and partners, in order to secure a secure and 
        independent Afghanistan and regional security and 
        stability.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) if the President determines that it is necessary 
        to maintain United States Armed Forces in Afghanistan 
        to carry out missions after April 29, 2021, such 
        continued presence and missions should be authorized by 
        a separate vote of Congress not later than October 7, 
        2021; and
          (2) the withdrawal of the United States Armed Forces 
        from Afghanistan must be accompanied by a long-term 
        peace process that is inclusive of all parties to the 
        conflict and sectors of civil society.
  (c) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in this section may be 
construed to prohibit or otherwise limit any authority of the 
President to--
          (1) modify the military strategy, tactics, and 
        operations of United States Armed Forces as such Armed 
        Forces redeploy from Afghanistan;
          (2) attack al Qaeda forces wherever such forces are 
        located;
          (3) provide financial support and equipment to the 
        Government of Afghanistan for the training and supply 
        of Afghanistan military and security forces; or
          (4) gather, provide, and share intelligence with 
        United States allies operating in Afghanistan and 
        Pakistan.
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 6. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jayapal of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 1742 and insert the following new section:

SEC. 1742. REPEAL OF PROVISIONS RELATING TO UNFUNDED PRIORITIES.

  (a) The Armed Forces and the Missile Defense Agency.--Chapter 
9 of title 10, United States Code, is amended as follows:
          (1) Section 222a is repealed.
          (2) Section 222b is repealed.
          (3) In the table of sections at the beginning of the 
        chapter, strike the items relating to sections 222a and 
        222b.
  (b) Laboratory Military Construction Projects.--Section 2806 
of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 
(Public Law 115-91; 10 U.S.C. 222a note) is repealed.
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7. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative DeGette of Colorado or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1455, after line 25, insert the following new division:

                        DIVISION E--PUBLIC LANDS

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

  (a) Short Title.--This division may be cited as the 
``Protecting America's Wilderness Act''.
  (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this 
division is as follows:

Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.

                      TITLE I--COLORADO WILDERNESS

Sec. 101. Short title; definition.
Sec. 102. Additions to National Wilderness Preservation System in the 
          State of Colorado.
Sec. 103. Administrative provisions.
Sec. 104. Water.
Sec. 105. Sense of Congress.
Sec. 106. Department of defense study on impacts that the expansion of 
          wilderness designations in the western united states would 
          have on the readiness of the armed forces of the united states 
          with respect to aviation training.

   TITLE II--NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA WILDERNESS, RECREATION, AND WORKING 
                                 FORESTS

Sec. 201. Short title.
Sec. 202. Definitions.

            Subtitle A--Restoration and Economic Development

Sec. 211. South Fork Trinity-Mad River Restoration Area.
Sec. 212. Redwood National and State Parks restoration.
Sec. 213. California Public Lands Remediation Partnership.
Sec. 214. Trinity Lake visitor center.
Sec. 215. Del Norte County visitor center.
Sec. 216. Management plans.
Sec. 217. Study; partnerships related to overnight accommodations.

                         Subtitle B--Recreation

Sec. 221. Horse Mountain Special Management Area.
Sec. 222. Bigfoot National Recreation Trail.
Sec. 223. Elk Camp Ridge Recreation Trail.
Sec. 224. Trinity Lake Trail.
Sec. 225. Trails study.
Sec. 226. Construction of mountain bicycling routes.
Sec. 227. Partnerships.

                        Subtitle C--Conservation

Sec. 231. Designation of wilderness.
Sec. 232. Administration of wilderness.
Sec. 233. Designation of potential wilderness.
Sec. 234. Designation of wild and scenic rivers.
Sec. 235. Sanhedrin Special Conservation Management Area.

                        Subtitle D--Miscellaneous

Sec. 241. Maps and legal descriptions.
Sec. 242. Updates to land and resource management plans.
Sec. 243. Pacific Gas and Electric Company Utility facilities and 
          rights-of-way.

              TITLE III--CENTRAL COAST HERITAGE PROTECTION

Sec. 301. Short title.
Sec. 302. Definitions.
Sec. 303. Designation of wilderness.
Sec. 304. Designation of the Machesna Mountain Potential Wilderness.
Sec. 305. Administration of wilderness.
Sec. 306. Designation of Wild and Scenic Rivers.
Sec. 307. Designation of the Fox Mountain Potential Wilderness.
Sec. 308. Designation of scenic areas.
Sec. 309. Condor National Scenic Trail.
Sec. 310. Forest service study.
Sec. 311. Nonmotorized recreation opportunities.
Sec. 312. Use by members of Tribes.

     TITLE IV--SAN GABRIEL MOUNTAINS FOOTHILLS AND RIVERS PROTECTION

Sec. 401. Short title.
Sec. 402. Definition of State.

            Subtitle A--San Gabriel National Recreation Area

Sec. 411. Purposes.
Sec. 412. Definitions.
Sec. 413. San Gabriel National Recreation Area.
Sec. 414. Management.
Sec. 415. Acquisition of non-Federal land within Recreation Area.
Sec. 416. Water rights; water resource facilities; public roads; utility 
          facilities.
Sec. 417. San Gabriel National Recreation Area Public Advisory Council.
Sec. 418. San Gabriel National Recreation Area Partnership.
Sec. 419. Visitor services and facilities.

                    Subtitle B--San Gabriel Mountains

Sec. 421. Definitions.
Sec. 422. National monument boundary modification.
Sec. 423. Designation of Wilderness Areas and Additions.
Sec. 424. Administration of Wilderness Areas and Additions.
Sec. 425. Designation of Wild and Scenic Rivers.
Sec. 426. Water rights.

            TITLE V--RIM OF THE VALLEY CORRIDOR PRESERVATION

Sec. 501. Short title.
Sec. 502. Boundary adjustment; land acquisition; administration.

      TITLE VI--WILD OLYMPICS WILDERNESS AND WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS

Sec. 601. Short title.
Sec. 602. Designation of olympic national forest wilderness areas.
Sec. 603. Wild and scenic river designations.
Sec. 604. Existing rights and withdrawal.
Sec. 605. Treaty rights.

                TITLE VII--STUDY ON FLOOD RISK MITIGATION

Sec. 701. Study on Flood Risk Mitigation.

                        TITLE VIII--MISCELLANEOUS

Sec. 801. Promoting health and wellness for veterans and servicemembers.
Sec. 802. Fire, insects, and diseases.
Sec. 803. Military activities.

                      TITLE I--COLORADO WILDERNESS

SEC. 101. SHORT TITLE; DEFINITION.

  (a) Short Title.--This title may be cited as the ``Colorado 
Wilderness Act of 2020''.
  (b) Secretary Defined.--As used in this title, the term 
``Secretary'' means the Secretary of the Interior or the 
Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate.

SEC. 102. ADDITIONS TO NATIONAL WILDERNESS PRESERVATION SYSTEM IN THE 
                    STATE OF COLORADO.

  (a) Additions.--Section 2(a) of the Colorado Wilderness Act 
of 1993 (Public Law 103-77; 107 Stat. 756; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note) 
is amended by adding at the end the following paragraphs:
          ``(23) Certain lands managed by the Colorado River 
        Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, 
        which comprise approximately 316 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled `Maroon Bells Addition 
        Proposed Wilderness', dated July 20, 2018, which is 
        hereby incorporated in and shall be deemed to be a part 
        of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area designated 
        by Public Law 88-577.
          ``(24) Certain lands managed by the Gunnison Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 38,217 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled `Redcloud & Handies Peak Proposed 
        Wilderness', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Redcloud Peak Wilderness.
          ``(25) Certain lands managed by the Gunnison Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National 
        Forests, which comprise approximately 26,734 acres, as 
        generally depicted on a map titled `Redcloud & Handies 
        Peak Proposed Wilderness', dated October 9, 2019, which 
        shall be known as the Handies Peak Wilderness.
          ``(26) Certain lands managed by the Royal Gorge Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 16,481 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled `Table Mountain & McIntyre Hills Proposed 
        Wilderness', dated November 7, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the McIntyre Hills Wilderness.
          ``(27) Certain lands managed by the Colorado River 
        Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, 
        which comprise approximately 10,282 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled `Grand Hogback Proposed 
        Wilderness', dated October 16, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Grand Hogback Wilderness.
          ``(28) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction 
        Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which 
        comprise approximately 25,624 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled `Demaree Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Demaree Canyon Wilderness.
          ``(29) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction 
        Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which 
        comprise approximately 28,279 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled `Little Books Cliff Proposed 
        Wilderness', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Little Bookcliffs Wilderness.
          ``(30) Certain lands managed by the Colorado River 
        Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, 
        which comprise approximately 14,886 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled `Bull Gulch & Castle Peak 
        Proposed Wilderness', dated January 29, 2020, which 
        shall be known as the Bull Gulch Wilderness.
          ``(31) Certain lands managed by the Colorado River 
        Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management, 
        which comprise approximately 12,016 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled `Bull Gulch & Castle Peak 
        Proposed Wilderness Areas', dated January 29, 2020, 
        which shall be known as the Castle Peak Wilderness.''.
  (b) Further Additions.--The following lands in the State of 
Colorado administered by the Bureau of Land Management or the 
United States Forest Service are hereby designated as 
wilderness and, therefore, as components of the National 
Wilderness Preservation System:
          (1) Certain lands managed by the Colorado River 
        Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management or 
        located in the White River National Forest, which 
        comprise approximately 19,240 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled ``Assignation Ridge Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated November 12, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Assignation Ridge Wilderness.
          (2) Certain lands managed by the Royal Gorge Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the Pike and San Isabel National Forests, which 
        comprise approximately 23,116 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled ``Badger Creek Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated November 7, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Badger Creek Wilderness.
          (3) Certain lands managed by the Royal Gorge Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the Pike and San Isabel National Forests, which 
        comprise approximately 35,251 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled ``Beaver Creek Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated November 7, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Beaver Creek Wilderness.
          (4) Certain lands managed by the Royal Gorge Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or the Bureau 
        of Reclamation or located in the Pike and San Isabel 
        National Forests, which comprise approximately 32,884 
        acres, as generally depicted on a map titled ``Grape 
        Creek Proposed Wilderness'', dated November 7, 2019, 
        which shall be known as the Grape Creek Wilderness.
          (5) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 13,351 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``North & South Bangs Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the North Bangs Canyon Wilderness.
          (6) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 5,144 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``North & South Bangs Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the South Bangs Canyon Wilderness.
          (7) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 26,624 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Unaweep & Palisade Proposed Wilderness'', 
        dated October 9, 2019, which shall be known as The 
        Palisade Wilderness.
          (8) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the Grand Mesa, Uncompaghre, and Gunnison National 
        Forests, which comprise approximately 19,776 acres, as 
        generally depicted on a map titled ``Unaweep & Palisade 
        Proposed Wilderness'', dated October 9, 2019, which 
        shall be known as the Unaweep Wilderness.
          (9) Certain lands managed by the Grand Junction Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management and Uncompaghre 
        Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management and in 
        the Manti-LaSal National Forest, which comprise 
        approximately 37,637 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Sewemup Mesa Proposed Wilderness'', dated 
        November 7, 2019, which shall be known as the Sewemup 
        Mesa Wilderness.
          (10) Certain lands managed by the Kremmling Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 31 acres, as generally depicted on a map 
        titled ``Platte River Addition Proposed Wilderness'', 
        dated July 20, 2018, and which are hereby incorporated 
        in and shall be deemed to be part of the Platte River 
        Wilderness designated by Public Law 98-550.
          (11) Certain lands managed by the Uncompahgre Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 17,587 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Roubideau Proposed Wilderness'', dated 
        October 9, 2019, which shall be known as the Roubideau 
        Wilderness.
          (12) Certain lands managed by the Uncompahgre Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the Grand Mesa, Uncompaghre, and Gunnison National 
        Forests, which comprise approximately 12,102 acres, as 
        generally depicted on a map titled ``Norwood Canyon 
        Proposed Wilderness'', dated November 7, 2019, which 
        shall be known as the Norwood Canyon Wilderness.
          (13) Certain lands managed by the Tres Rios Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 24,475 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Papoose & Cross Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness'', and dated January 29, 2020, which shall 
        be known as the Cross Canyon Wilderness.
          (14) Certain lands managed by the Tres Rios Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 21,220 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``McKenna Peak Proposed Wilderness'', dated 
        October 16, 2019, which shall be known as the McKenna 
        Peak Wilderness.
          (15) Certain lands managed by the Tres Rios Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 14,270 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Weber-Menefee Mountain Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Weber-Menefee Mountain Wilderness.
          (16) Certain lands managed by the Uncompahgre and 
        Tres Rios Field Offices of the Bureau of Land 
        Management or the Bureau of Reclamation, which comprise 
        approximately 33,351 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Dolores River Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated November 7, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Dolores River Canyon Wilderness.
          (17) Certain lands managed by the Royal Gorge Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the Pike and San Isabel National Forests, which 
        comprise approximately 17,922 acres, as generally 
        depicted on a map titled ``Browns Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated October 9, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Browns Canyon Wilderness.
          (18) Certain lands managed by the San Luis Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 10,527 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``San Luis Hills Proposed Wilderness'', 
        dated October 9, 2019 which shall be known as the San 
        Luis Hills Wilderness.
          (19) Certain lands managed by the Royal Gorge Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management, which comprise 
        approximately 23,559 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Table Mountain & McIntyre Hills Proposed 
        Wilderness'', dated November 7, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the Table Mountain Wilderness.
          (20) Certain lands managed by the Tres Rios Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the San Juan National Forest, which comprise 
        approximately 10,844 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``North & South Ponderosa Gorge Proposed 
        Wilderness'', and dated January 31, 2020, which shall 
        be known as the North Ponderosa Gorge Wilderness.
          (21) Certain lands managed by the Tres Rios Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management or located in 
        the San Juan National Forest, which comprise 
        approximately 12,393 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``North & South Ponderosa Gorge Proposed 
        Wilderness'', and dated January 31, 2020 which shall be 
        known as the South Ponderosa Gorge Wilderness.
          (22) Certain lands managed by the Little Snake Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprise 
        approximately 33,168 acres, as generally depicted on a 
        map titled ``Diamond Breaks Proposed Wilderness'', and 
        dated January 31, 2020 which shall be known as the 
        Diamond Breaks Wilderness.
          (23) Certain lands managed by the Tres Rios Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management which comprises 
        approximately 4,782 acres, as generally depicted on the 
        map titled ``Papoose & Cross Canyon Proposed 
        Wilderness'''', and dated January 29, 2020 which shall 
        be known as the Papoose Canyon Wilderness.
  (c) West Elk Addition.--Certain lands in the State of 
Colorado administered by the Gunnison Field Office of the 
Bureau of Land Management, the United States National Park 
Service, and the Bureau of Reclamation, which comprise 
approximately 6,695 acres, as generally depicted on a map 
titled ``West Elk Addition Proposed Wilderness'', dated October 
9, 2019, are hereby designated as wilderness and, therefore, as 
components of the National Wilderness Preservation System and 
are hereby incorporated in and shall be deemed to be a part of 
the West Elk Wilderness designated by Public Law 88-577. The 
boundary adjacent to Blue Mesa Reservoir shall be 50 feet 
landward from the water's edge, and shall change according to 
the water level.
  (d) Blue Mesa Reservoir.--If the Bureau of Reclamation 
determines that lands within the West Elk Wilderness Addition 
are necessary for future expansion of the Blue Mesa Reservoir, 
the Secretary shall by publication of a revised boundary 
description in the Federal Register revise the boundary of the 
West Elk Wilderness Addition.
  (e) Maps and Descriptions.--As soon as practicable after the 
date of enactment of the Act, the Secretary shall file a map 
and a boundary description of each area designated as 
wilderness by this section with the Committee on Natural 
Resources of the House of Representatives and the Committee on 
Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate. Each map and 
boundary description shall have the same force and effect as if 
included in this title, except that the Secretary may correct 
clerical and typographical errors in the map or boundary 
description. The maps and boundary descriptions shall be on 
file and available for public inspection in the Office of the 
Director of the Bureau of Land Management, Department of the 
Interior, and in the Office of the Chief of the Forest Service, 
Department of Agriculture, as appropriate.
  (f) State and Private Lands.--Lands within the exterior 
boundaries of any wilderness area designated under this section 
that are owned by a private entity or by the State of Colorado, 
including lands administered by the Colorado State Land Board, 
shall be included within such wilderness area if such lands are 
acquired by the United States. Such lands may be acquired by 
the United States only as provided in the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).

SEC. 103. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS.

  (a) In General.--Subject to valid existing rights, lands 
designated as wilderness by this title shall be managed by the 
Secretary in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 
et seq.) and this title, except that, with respect to any 
wilderness areas designated by this title, any reference in the 
Wilderness Act to the effective date of the Wilderness Act 
shall be deemed to be a reference to the date of enactment of 
this Act.
  (b) Grazing.--Grazing of livestock in wilderness areas 
designated by this title shall be administered in accordance 
with the provisions of section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act 
(16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(4)), as further interpreted by section 108 
of Public Law 96-560, and the guidelines set forth in appendix 
A of House Report 101-405 of the 101st Congress.
  (c) State Jurisdiction.--As provided in section 4(d)(7) of 
the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), nothing in this 
title shall be construed as affecting the jurisdiction or 
responsibilities of the State of Colorado with respect to 
wildlife and fish in Colorado.
  (d) Buffer Zones.--
          (1) In general.--Nothing in this title creates a 
        protective perimeter or buffer zone around any area 
        designated as wilderness by this title.
          (2) Activities outside wilderness.--The fact that an 
        activity or use on land outside the areas designated as 
        wilderness by this title can be seen or heard within 
        the wilderness shall not preclude the activity or use 
        outside the boundary of the wilderness.
  (e) Military Helicopter Overflights and Operations.--
          (1) In general.--Nothing in this title restricts or 
        precludes--
                  (A) low-level overflights of military 
                helicopters over the areas designated as 
                wilderness by this title, including military 
                overflights that can be seen or heard within 
                any wilderness area;
                  (B) military flight testing and evaluation;
                  (C) the designation or creation of new units 
                of special use airspace, or the establishment 
                of military flight training routes over any 
                wilderness area; or
                  (D) helicopter operations at designated 
                landing zones within the potential wilderness 
                areas established by subsection (i)(1).
          (2) Aerial navigation training exercises.--The 
        Colorado Army National Guard, through the High-Altitude 
        Army National Guard Aviation Training Site, may conduct 
        aerial navigation training maneuver exercises over, and 
        associated operations within, the potential wilderness 
        areas designated by this title--
                  (A) in a manner and degree consistent with 
                the memorandum of understanding dated August 4, 
                1987, entered into among the Colorado Army 
                National Guard, the Bureau of Land Management, 
                and the Forest Service; or
                  (B) in a manner consistent with any 
                subsequent memorandum of understanding entered 
                into among the Colorado Army National Guard, 
                the Bureau of Land Management, and the Forest 
                Service.
  (f) Running Events.--The Secretary may continue to authorize 
competitive running events currently permitted in the Redcloud 
Peak Wilderness Area and Handies Peak Wilderness Area in a 
manner compatible with the preservation of such areas as 
wilderness.
  (g) Land Trades.--If the Secretary trades privately owned 
land within the perimeter of the Redcloud Peak Wilderness Area 
or the Handies Peak Wilderness Area in exchange for Federal 
land, then such Federal land shall be located in Hinsdale 
County, Colorado.
  (h) Recreational Climbing.--Nothing in this title prohibits 
recreational rock climbing activities in the wilderness areas, 
such as the placement, use, and maintenance of fixed anchors, 
including any fixed anchor established before the date of the 
enactment of this Act--
          (1) in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1131 et seq.); and
          (2) subject to any terms and conditions determined to 
        be necessary by the Secretary.
  (i) Potential Wilderness Designations.--
          (1) In general.--The following lands are designated 
        as potential wilderness areas:
                  (A) Certain lands managed by the Colorado 
                River Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land 
                Management, which comprise approximately 7,376 
                acres, as generally depicted on a map titled 
                ``Pisgah East & West Proposed Wilderness'' and 
                dated October 16, 2019, which, upon designation 
                as wilderness under paragraph (2), shall be 
                known as the Pisgah East Wilderness.
                  (B) Certain lands managed by the Colorado 
                River Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land 
                Management, which comprise approximately 6,828 
                acres, as generally depicted on a map titled 
                ``Pisgah East & West Proposed Wilderness'' and 
                dated October 16, 2019, which, upon designation 
                as wilderness under paragraph (2), shall be 
                known as the Pisgah West Wilderness.
                  (C) Certain lands managed by the Colorado 
                River Valley Field Office of the Bureau of Land 
                Management or located in the White River 
                National Forest, which comprise approximately 
                16,101 acres, as generally depicted on a map 
                titled ``Flat Tops Proposed Wilderness 
                Addition'', dated October 9, 2019, and which, 
                upon designation as wilderness under paragraph 
                (2), shall be incorporated in and shall be 
                deemed to be a part of the Flat Tops Wilderness 
                designated by Public Law 94-146.
          (2) Designation as wilderness.--Lands designated as a 
        potential wilderness area by subparagraphs (A) through 
        (C) of paragraph (1) shall be designated as wilderness 
        on the date on which the Secretary publishes in the 
        Federal Register a notice that all nonconforming uses 
        of those lands authorized by subsection (e) in the 
        potential wilderness area that would be in violation of 
        the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) have 
        ceased. Such publication in the Federal Register and 
        designation as wilderness shall occur for the potential 
        wilderness area as the nonconforming uses cease in that 
        potential wilderness area and designation as wilderness 
        is not dependent on cessation of nonconforming uses in 
        the other potential wilderness area.
          (3) Management.--Except for activities provided for 
        under subsection (e), lands designated as a potential 
        wilderness area by paragraph (1) shall be managed by 
        the Secretary in accordance with the Wilderness Act as 
        wilderness pending the designation of such lands as 
        wilderness under this subsection.

SEC. 104. WATER.

  (a) Effect on Water Rights.--Nothing in this title--
          (1) affects the use or allocation, in existence on 
        the date of enactment of this Act, of any water, water 
        right, or interest in water;
          (2) affects any vested absolute or decreed 
        conditional water right in existence on the date of 
        enactment of this Act, including any water right held 
        by the United States;
          (3) affects any interstate water compact in existence 
        on the date of enactment of this Act;
          (4) authorizes or imposes any new reserved Federal 
        water rights; and
          (5) shall be considered to be a relinquishment or 
        reduction of any water rights reserved or appropriated 
        by the United States in the State of Colorado on or 
        before the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (b) Midstream Areas.--
          (1) Purpose.--The purpose of this subsection is to 
        protect for the benefit and enjoyment of present and 
        future generations--
                  (A) the unique and nationally important 
                values of areas designated as wilderness by 
                section 102(b) (including the geological, 
                cultural, archaeological, paleontological, 
                natural, scientific, recreational, 
                environmental, biological, wilderness, 
                wildlife, riparian, historical, educational, 
                and scenic resources of the public land); and
                  (B) the water resources of area streams, 
                based on seasonally available flows, that are 
                necessary to support aquatic, riparian, and 
                terrestrial species and communities.
          (2) Wilderness water rights.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary shall ensure 
                that any water rights within the wilderness 
                designated by section 102(b) required to 
                fulfill the purposes of such wilderness are 
                secured in accordance with subparagraphs (B) 
                through (G).
                  (B) State law.--
                          (i) Procedural requirements.--Any 
                        water rights for which the Secretary 
                        pursues adjudication shall be 
                        appropriated, adjudicated, changed, and 
                        administered in accordance with the 
                        procedural requirements and priority 
                        system of State law.
                          (ii) Establishment of water rights.--
                                  (I) In general.--Except as 
                                provided in subclause (II), the 
                                purposes and other substantive 
                                characteristics of the water 
                                rights pursued under this 
                                paragraph shall be established 
                                in accordance with State law.
                                  (II) Exception.--
                                Notwithstanding subclause (I) 
                                and in accordance with this 
                                title, the Secretary may 
                                appropriate and seek 
                                adjudication of water rights to 
                                maintain surface water levels 
                                and stream flows on and across 
                                the wilderness designated by 
                                section 102(b) to fulfill the 
                                purposes of such wilderness.
                  (C) Deadline.--The Secretary shall promptly, 
                but not earlier than January 1, 2021, 
                appropriate the water rights required to 
                fulfill the purposes of the wilderness 
                designated by section 102(b).
                  (D) Required determination.--The Secretary 
                shall not pursue adjudication for any instream 
                flow water rights unless the Secretary makes a 
                determination pursuant to subparagraph (E)(ii) 
                or (F).
                  (E) Cooperative enforcement.--
                          (i) In general.--The Secretary shall 
                        not pursue adjudication of any Federal 
                        instream flow water rights established 
                        under this paragraph if--
                                  (I) the Secretary determines, 
                                upon adjudication of the water 
                                rights by the Colorado Water 
                                Conservation Board, that the 
                                Board holds water rights 
                                sufficient in priority, amount, 
                                and timing to fulfill the 
                                purposes of this subsection; 
                                and
                                  (II) the Secretary has 
                                entered into a perpetual 
                                agreement with the Colorado 
                                Water Conservation Board to 
                                ensure full exercise, 
                                protection, and enforcement of 
                                the State water rights within 
                                the wilderness to reliably 
                                fulfill the purposes of this 
                                subsection.
                          (ii) Adjudication.--If the Secretary 
                        determines that the provisions of 
                        clause (i) have not been met, the 
                        Secretary shall adjudicate and exercise 
                        any Federal water rights required to 
                        fulfill the purposes of the wilderness 
                        in accordance with this paragraph.
                  (F) Insufficient water rights.--If the 
                Colorado Water Conservation Board modifies the 
                instream flow water rights obtained under 
                subparagraph (E) to such a degree that the 
                Secretary determines that water rights held by 
                the State are insufficient to fulfill the 
                purposes of this title, the Secretary shall 
                adjudicate and exercise Federal water rights 
                required to fulfill the purposes of this title 
                in accordance with subparagraph (B).
                  (G) Failure to comply.--The Secretary shall 
                promptly act to exercise and enforce the water 
                rights described in subparagraph (E) if the 
                Secretary determines that--
                          (i) the State is not exercising its 
                        water rights consistent with 
                        subparagraph (E)(i)(I); or
                          (ii) the agreement described in 
                        subparagraph (E)(i)(II) is not 
                        fulfilled or complied with sufficiently 
                        to fulfill the purposes of this title.
          (3) Water resource facility.--Notwithstanding any 
        other provision of law, beginning on the date of 
        enactment of this title, neither the President nor any 
        other officer, employee, or agent of the United States 
        shall fund, assist, authorize, or issue a license or 
        permit for development of any new irrigation and 
        pumping facility, reservoir, water conservation work, 
        aqueduct, canal, ditch, pipeline, well, hydropower 
        project, transmission, other ancillary facility, or 
        other water, diversion, storage, or carriage structure 
        in the wilderness designated by section 102(b).
  (c) Access and Operation.--
          (1) Definition.--As used in this subsection, the term 
        ``water resource facility'' means irrigation and 
        pumping facilities, reservoirs, water conservation 
        works, aqueducts, canals, ditches, pipelines, wells, 
        hydropower projects, transmission and other ancillary 
        facilities, and other water diversion, storage, and 
        carriage structures.
          (2) Access to water resource facilities.--Subject to 
        the provisions of this subsection, the Secretary shall 
        allow reasonable access to water resource facilities in 
        existence on the date of enactment of this Act within 
        the areas described in sections 102(b) and 102(c), 
        including motorized access where necessary and 
        customarily employed on routes existing as of the date 
        of enactment of this Act.
          (3) Access routes.--Existing access routes within 
        such areas customarily employed as of the date of 
        enactment of this Act may be used, maintained, 
        repaired, and replaced to the extent necessary to 
        maintain their present function, design, and 
        serviceable operation, so long as such activities have 
        no increased adverse impacts on the resources and 
        values of the areas described in sections 102(b) and 
        102(c) than existed as of the date of enactment of this 
        Act.
          (4) Use of water resource facilities.--Subject to the 
        provisions of this subsection and subsection (a)(4), 
        the Secretary shall allow water resource facilities 
        existing on the date of enactment of this Act within 
        areas described in sections 102(b) and 102(c) to be 
        used, operated, maintained, repaired, and replaced to 
        the extent necessary for the continued exercise, in 
        accordance with Colorado State law, of vested water 
        rights adjudicated for use in connection with such 
        facilities by a court of competent jurisdiction prior 
        to the date of enactment of this Act. The impact of an 
        existing facility on the water resources and values of 
        the area shall not be increased as a result of changes 
        in the adjudicated type of use of such facility as of 
        the date of enactment of this Act.
          (5) Repair and maintenance.--Water resource 
        facilities, and access routes serving such facilities, 
        existing within the areas described in sections 102(b) 
        and 102(c) on the date of enactment of this Act shall 
        be maintained and repaired when and to the extent 
        necessary to prevent increased adverse impacts on the 
        resources and values of the areas described in sections 
        102(b) and 102(c).

SEC. 105. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that military aviation training 
on Federal public lands in Colorado, including the training 
conducted at the High-Altitude Army National Guard Aviation 
Training Site, is critical to the national security of the 
United States and the readiness of the Armed Forces.

SEC. 106. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STUDY ON IMPACTS THAT THE EXPANSION OF 
                    WILDERNESS DESIGNATIONS IN THE WESTERN UNITED 
                    STATES WOULD HAVE ON THE READINESS OF THE ARMED 
                    FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES WITH RESPECT TO 
                    AVIATION TRAINING.

  (a) Study Required.--The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a 
study on the impacts that the expansion of wilderness 
designations in the Western United States would have on the 
readiness of the Armed Forces of the United States with respect 
to aviation training.
  (b) Report.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of 
Representatives a report on the study required under subsection 
(a).

  TITLE II--NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA WILDERNESS, RECREATION, AND WORKING 
                                FORESTS

SEC. 201. SHORT TITLE.

  This title may be cited as the ``Northwest California 
Wilderness, Recreation, and Working Forests Act''.

SEC. 202. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means--
                  (A) with respect to land under the 
                jurisdiction of the Secretary of Agriculture, 
                the Secretary of Agriculture; and
                  (B) with respect to land under the 
                jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior, 
                the Secretary of the Interior.
          (2) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of 
        California.

            Subtitle A--Restoration and Economic Development

SEC. 211. SOUTH FORK TRINITY-MAD RIVER RESTORATION AREA.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Collaboratively developed.--The term 
        ``collaboratively developed'' means projects that are 
        developed and implemented through a collaborative 
        process that--
                  (A) includes--
                          (i) appropriate Federal, State, and 
                        local agencies; and
                          (ii) multiple interested persons 
                        representing diverse interests; and
                  (B) is transparent and nonexclusive.
          (2) Plantation.--The term ``plantation'' means a 
        forested area that has been artificially established by 
        planting or seeding.
          (3) Restoration.--The term ``restoration'' means the 
        process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that 
        has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed by 
        establishing the composition, structure, pattern, and 
        ecological processes necessary to facilitate 
        terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem sustainability, 
        resilience, and health under current and future 
        conditions.
          (4) Restoration area.--The term ``restoration area'' 
        means the South Fork Trinity-Mad River Restoration 
        Area, established by subsection (b).
          (5) Shaded fuel break.--The term ``shaded fuel 
        break'' means a vegetation treatment that effectively 
        addresses all project-generated slash and that retains: 
        adequate canopy cover to suppress plant regrowth in the 
        forest understory following treatment; the longest 
        lived trees that provide the most shade over the 
        longest period of time; the healthiest and most 
        vigorous trees with the greatest potential for crown-
        growth in plantations and in natural stands adjacent to 
        plantations; and all mature hardwoods, when 
        practicable.
          (6) Stewardship contract.--The term ``stewardship 
        contract'' means an agreement or contract entered into 
        under section 604 of the Healthy Forests Restoration 
        Act of 2003 (16 U.S.C. 6591c).
          (7) Wildland-urban interface.--The term ``wildland-
        urban interface'' has the meaning given the term by 
        section 101 of the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 
        2003 (16 U.S.C. 6511).
  (b) Establishment.--Subject to valid existing rights, there 
is established the South Fork Trinity-Mad River Restoration 
Area, comprising approximately 729,089 acres of Federal land 
administered by the Forest Service and approximately 1,280 
acres of Federal land administered by the Bureau of Land 
Management, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``South 
Fork Trinity-Mad River Restoration Area--Proposed'' and dated 
July 3, 2018, to be known as the South Fork Trinity-Mad River 
Restoration Area.
  (c) Purposes.--The purposes of the restoration area are to--
          (1) establish, restore, and maintain fire-resilient 
        forest structures containing late successional forest 
        structure characterized by large trees and multistoried 
        canopies, as ecologically appropriate;
          (2) protect late successional reserves;
          (3) enhance the restoration of Federal lands within 
        the restoration area;
          (4) reduce the threat posed by wildfires to 
        communities within the restoration area;
          (5) protect and restore aquatic habitat and 
        anadromous fisheries;
          (6) protect the quality of water within the 
        restoration area; and
          (7) allow visitors to enjoy the scenic, recreational, 
        natural, cultural, and wildlife values of the 
        restoration area.
  (d) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        restoration area--
                  (A) in a manner consistent with the purposes 
                described in subsection (c);
                  (B) in a manner that--
                          (i) in the case of the Forest 
                        Service, prioritizes restoration of the 
                        restoration area over other 
                        nonemergency vegetation management 
                        projects on the portions of the Six 
                        Rivers and Shasta-Trinity National 
                        Forests in Humboldt and Trinity 
                        Counties; and
                          (ii) in the case of the United States 
                        Fish and Wildlife Service, establishes 
                        with the Forest Service an agreement 
                        for cooperation to ensure timely 
                        completion of consultation required by 
                        section 7 of the Endangered Species Act 
                        (15 U.S.C. 1536) on restoration 
                        projects within the restoration area 
                        and agreement to maintain and exchange 
                        information on planning schedules and 
                        priorities on a regular basis;
                  (C) in accordance with--
                          (i) the laws (including regulations) 
                        and rules applicable to the National 
                        Forest System for land managed by the 
                        Forest Service;
                          (ii) the Federal Land Policy and 
                        Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 
                        et seq.) for land managed by the Bureau 
                        of Land Management;
                          (iii) this title; and
                          (iv) any other applicable law 
                        (including regulations); and
                  (D) in a manner consistent with congressional 
                intent that consultation for restoration 
                projects within the restoration area is 
                completed in a timely and efficient manner.
          (2) Conflict of laws.--
                  (A) In general.--The establishment of the 
                restoration area shall not change the 
                management status of any land or water that is 
                designated wilderness or as a wild and scenic 
                river, including lands and waters designated by 
                this title.
                  (B) Resolution of conflict.--If there is a 
                conflict between the laws applicable to the 
                areas described in subparagraph (A) and this 
                section, the more restrictive provision shall 
                control.
          (3) Uses.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary shall only 
                allow uses of the restoration area that the 
                Secretary determines would further the purposes 
                described in subsection (c).
                  (B) Priority.--The Secretary shall prioritize 
                restoration activities within the restoration 
                area.
                  (C) Limitation.--Nothing in this section 
                shall limit the Secretary's ability to plan, 
                approve, or prioritize activities outside of 
                the restoration area.
          (4) Wildland fire.--
                  (A) In general.--Nothing in this section 
                prohibits the Secretary, in cooperation with 
                other Federal, State, and local agencies, as 
                appropriate, from conducting wildland fire 
                operations in the restoration area, consistent 
                with the purposes of this section.
                  (B) Priority.--The Secretary may use 
                prescribed burning and managed wildland fire to 
                the fullest extent practicable to achieve the 
                purposes of this section.
          (5) Road decommissioning.--
                  (A) In general.--To the extent practicable, 
                the Secretary shall decommission unneeded 
                National Forest System roads identified for 
                decommissioning and unauthorized roads 
                identified for decommissioning within the 
                restoration area--
                          (i) subject to appropriations;
                          (ii) consistent with the analysis 
                        required by subparts A and B of part 
                        212 of title 36, Code of Federal 
                        Regulations; and
                          (iii) in accordance with existing 
                        law.
                  (B) Additional requirement.--In making 
                determinations regarding road decommissioning 
                under subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall 
                consult with--
                          (i) appropriate State, Tribal, and 
                        local governmental entities; and
                          (ii) members of the public.
                  (C) Definition.--As used in subparagraph (A), 
                the term ``decommission'' means--
                          (i) to reestablish vegetation on a 
                        road; and
                          (ii) to restore any natural drainage, 
                        watershed function, or other ecological 
                        processes that are disrupted or 
                        adversely impacted by the road by 
                        removing or hydrologically 
                        disconnecting the road prism.
          (6) Vegetation management.--
                  (A) In general.--Subject to subparagraphs 
                (B), (C), and (D), the Secretary may conduct 
                vegetation management projects in the 
                restoration area only where necessary to--
                          (i) maintain or restore the 
                        characteristics of ecosystem 
                        composition and structure;
                          (ii) reduce wildfire risk to 
                        communities by promoting forests that 
                        are fire resilient;
                          (iii) improve the habitat of 
                        threatened, endangered, or sensitive 
                        species;
                          (iv) protect or improve water 
                        quality; or
                          (v) enhance the restoration of lands 
                        within the restoration area.
                  (B) Additional requirements.--
                          (i) Shaded fuel breaks.--In carrying 
                        out subparagraph (A), the Secretary 
                        shall prioritize, as practicable, the 
                        establishment of a network of shaded 
                        fuel breaks within--
                                  (I) the portions of the 
                                wildland-urban interface that 
                                are within 150 feet from 
                                private property contiguous to 
                                Federal land;
                                  (II) 150 feet from any road 
                                that is open to motorized 
                                vehicles as of the date of 
                                enactment of this Act--
                                          (aa) except that, 
                                        where topography or 
                                        other conditions 
                                        require, the Secretary 
                                        may establish shaded 
                                        fuel breaks up to 275 
                                        feet from a road so 
                                        long as the combined 
                                        total width of the 
                                        shaded fuel breaks for 
                                        both sides of the road 
                                        does not exceed 300 
                                        feet; and
                                          (bb) provided that 
                                        the Secretary shall 
                                        include vegetation 
                                        treatments within a 
                                        minimum of 25 feet of 
                                        the road where 
                                        practicable, feasible, 
                                        and appropriate as part 
                                        of any shaded fuel 
                                        break; or
                                  (III) 150 feet of any 
                                plantation.
                          (ii) Plantations; riparian 
                        reserves.--The Secretary may undertake 
                        vegetation management projects--
                                  (I) in areas within the 
                                restoration area in which fish 
                                and wildlife habitat is 
                                significantly compromised as a 
                                result of past management 
                                practices (including 
                                plantations); and
                                  (II) within designated 
                                riparian reserves only where 
                                necessary to maintain the 
                                integrity of fuel breaks and to 
                                enhance fire resilience.
                  (C) Compliance.--The Secretary shall carry 
                out vegetation management projects within the 
                restoration area--
                          (i) in accordance with--
                                  (I) this section; and
                                  (II) existing law (including 
                                regulations);
                          (ii) after providing an opportunity 
                        for public comment; and
                          (iii) subject to appropriations.
                  (D) Best available science.--The Secretary 
                shall use the best available science in 
                planning and implementing vegetation management 
                projects within the restoration area.
          (7) Grazing.--
                  (A) Existing grazing.--The grazing of 
                livestock in the restoration area, where 
                established before the date of enactment of 
                this Act, shall be permitted to continue--
                          (i) subject to--
                                  (I) such reasonable 
                                regulations, policies, and 
                                practices as the Secretary 
                                considers necessary; and
                                  (II) applicable law 
                                (including regulations); and
                          (ii) in a manner consistent with the 
                        purposes described in subsection (c).
                  (B) Targeted new grazing.--The Secretary may 
                issue annual targeted grazing permits for the 
                grazing of livestock in the restoration area, 
                where not established before the date of the 
                enactment of this Act, to control noxious 
                weeds, aid in the control of wildfire within 
                the wildland-urban interface, or to provide 
                other ecological benefits subject to--
                          (i) such reasonable regulations, 
                        policies, and practices as the 
                        Secretary considers necessary; and
                          (ii) a manner consistent with the 
                        purposes described in subsection (c).
                  (C) Best available science.--The Secretary 
                shall use the best available science when 
                determining whether to issue targeted grazing 
                permits within the restoration area.
  (e) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
restoration area is withdrawn from--
          (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal 
        under the public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under all laws relating to mineral 
        and geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
  (f) Use of Stewardship Contracts.--To the maximum extent 
practicable, the Secretary shall--
          (1) use stewardship contracts to implement this 
        section; and
          (2) use revenue derived from such stewardship 
        contracts for restoration and other activities within 
        the restoration area which shall include staff and 
        administrative costs to support timely consultation 
        activities for restoration projects.
  (g) Collaboration.--In developing and implementing 
restoration projects in the restoration area, the Secretary 
shall consult with collaborative groups with an interest in the 
restoration area.
  (h) Environmental Review.--A collaboratively developed 
restoration project within the restoration area may be carried 
out in accordance with the provisions for hazardous fuel 
reduction projects set forth in sections 214, 215, and 216 of 
the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003 (16 U.S.C. 6514-
6516), as applicable.
  (i) Multiparty Monitoring.--The Secretary of Agriculture 
shall--
          (1) in collaboration with the Secretary of the 
        Interior and interested persons, use a multiparty 
        monitoring, evaluation, and accountability process to 
        assess the positive or negative ecological, social, and 
        economic effects of restoration projects within the 
        restoration area; and
          (2) incorporate the monitoring results into the 
        management of the restoration area.
  (j) Funding.--The Secretary shall use all existing 
authorities to secure as much funding as necessary to fulfill 
the purposes of the restoration area.
  (k) Forest Residues Utilization.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with applicable law, 
        including regulations, and this section, the Secretary 
        may utilize forest residues from restoration projects, 
        including shaded fuel breaks, in the restoration area 
        for research and development of biobased products that 
        result in net carbon sequestration.
          (2) Partnerships.--In carrying out paragraph (1), the 
        Secretary may enter into partnerships with 
        universities, nongovernmental organizations, industry, 
        Tribes, and Federal, State, and local governmental 
        agencies.

SEC. 212. REDWOOD NATIONAL AND STATE PARKS RESTORATION.

  (a) Partnership Agreements.--The Secretary of the Interior is 
authorized to undertake initiatives to restore degraded redwood 
forest ecosystems in Redwood National and State Parks in 
partnership with the State of California, local agencies, and 
nongovernmental organizations.
  (b) Compliance.--In carrying out any initiative authorized by 
subsection (a), the Secretary of the Interior shall comply with 
all applicable law.

SEC. 213. CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LANDS REMEDIATION PARTNERSHIP.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Partnership.--The term ``partnership'' means the 
        California Public Lands Remediation Partnership, 
        established by subsection (b).
          (2) Priority lands.--The term ``priority lands'' 
        means Federal land within the State that is determined 
        by the partnership to be a high priority for 
        remediation.
          (3) Remediation.--The term ``remediation'' means to 
        facilitate the recovery of lands and waters that have 
        been degraded, damaged, or destroyed by illegal 
        marijuana cultivation or another illegal activity. 
        Remediation includes but is not limited to removal of 
        trash, debris, and other material, and establishing the 
        composition, structure, pattern, and ecological 
        processes necessary to facilitate terrestrial and 
        aquatic ecosystem sustainability, resilience, and 
        health under current and future conditions.
  (b) Establishment.--There is hereby established a California 
Public Lands Remediation Partnership.
  (c) Purposes.--The purposes of the partnership are to--
          (1) coordinate the activities of Federal, State, 
        Tribal, and local authorities, and the private sector, 
        in the remediation of priority lands in the State 
        affected by illegal marijuana cultivation or other 
        illegal activities; and
          (2) use the resources and expertise of each agency, 
        authority, or entity in implementing remediation 
        activities on priority lands in the State.
  (d) Membership.--The members of the partnership shall include 
the following:
          (1) The Secretary of Agriculture, or a designee of 
        the Secretary of Agriculture to represent the Forest 
        Service.
          (2) The Secretary of the Interior, or a designee of 
        the Secretary of the Interior, to represent the United 
        States Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land 
        Management, and National Park Service.
          (3) The Director of the Office of National Drug 
        Control Policy, or a designee of the Director.
          (4) The Secretary of the State Natural Resources 
        Agency, or a designee of the Secretary, to represent 
        the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
          (5) A designee of the California State Water 
        Resources Control Board.
          (6) A designee of the California State Sheriffs' 
        Association.
          (7) One member to represent federally recognized 
        Indian Tribes, to be appointed by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture.
          (8) One member to represent nongovernmental 
        organizations with an interest in Federal land 
        remediation, to be appointed by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture.
          (9) One member to represent local governmental 
        interests, to be appointed by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture.
          (10) A law enforcement official from each of the 
        following:
                  (A) The Department of the Interior.
                  (B) The Department of Agriculture.
          (11) A scientist to provide expertise and advise on 
        methods needed for remediation efforts, to be appointed 
        by the Secretary of Agriculture.
          (12) A designee of the National Guard Counter Drug 
        Program.
  (e) Duties.--To further the purposes of this section, the 
partnership shall--
          (1) identify priority lands for remediation in the 
        State;
          (2) secure resources from Federal and non-Federal 
        sources to apply to remediation of priority lands in 
        the State;
          (3) support efforts by Federal, State, Tribal, and 
        local agencies, and nongovernmental organizations in 
        carrying out remediation of priority lands in the 
        State;
          (4) support research and education on the impacts of, 
        and solutions to, illegal marijuana cultivation and 
        other illegal activities on priority lands in the 
        State;
          (5) involve other Federal, State, Tribal, and local 
        agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and the public 
        in remediation efforts, to the extent practicable; and
          (6) take any other administrative or advisory actions 
        as necessary to address remediation of priority lands 
        in the State.
  (f) Authorities.--To implement this section, the partnership 
may, subject to the prior approval of the Secretary of 
Agriculture--
          (1) make grants to the State, political subdivisions 
        of the State, nonprofit organizations, and other 
        persons;
          (2) enter into cooperative agreements with, or 
        provide grants or technical assistance to, the State, 
        political subdivisions of the State, nonprofit 
        organizations, Federal agencies, and other interested 
        parties;
          (3) hire and compensate staff;
          (4) obtain funds or services from any source, 
        including Federal and non-Federal funds, and funds and 
        services provided under any other Federal law or 
        program;
          (5) contract for goods or services; and
          (6) support activities of partners and any other 
        activities that further the purposes of this section.
  (g) Procedures.--The partnership shall establish such rules 
and procedures as it deems necessary or desirable.
  (h) Local Hiring.--The partnership shall, to the maximum 
extent practicable and in accordance with existing law, give 
preference to local entities and persons when carrying out this 
section.
  (i) Service Without Compensation.--Members of the partnership 
shall serve without pay.
  (j) Duties and Authorities of the Secretary of Agriculture.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Agriculture shall 
        convene the partnership on a regular basis to carry out 
        this section.
          (2) Technical and financial assistance.--The 
        Secretary of Agriculture and Secretary of the Interior 
        may provide technical and financial assistance, on a 
        reimbursable or nonreimbursable basis, as determined by 
        the appropriate Secretary, to the partnership or any 
        members of the partnership to carry out this title.
          (3) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary of 
        Agriculture and Secretary of the Interior may enter 
        into cooperative agreements with the partnership, any 
        members of the partnership, or other public or private 
        entities to provide technical, financial, or other 
        assistance to carry out this title.

SEC. 214. TRINITY LAKE VISITOR CENTER.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Agriculture, acting through 
the Chief of the Forest Service, may establish, in cooperation 
with any other public or private entities that the Secretary 
may determine to be appropriate, a visitor center in 
Weaverville, California--
          (1) to serve visitors; and
          (2) to assist in fulfilling the purposes of the 
        Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area.
  (b) Requirements.--The Secretary shall ensure that the 
visitor center authorized under subsection (a) is designed to 
interpret the scenic, biological, natural, historical, 
scientific, paleontological, recreational, ecological, 
wilderness, and cultural resources of the Whiskeytown-Shasta-
Trinity National Recreation Area and other nearby Federal 
lands.
  (c) Cooperative Agreements.--The Secretary of Agriculture 
may, in a manner consistent with this title, enter into 
cooperative agreements with the State and any other appropriate 
institutions and organizations to carry out the purposes of 
this section.

SEC. 215. DEL NORTE COUNTY VISITOR CENTER.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Agriculture and Secretary 
of the Interior, acting jointly or separately, may establish, 
in cooperation with any other public or private entities that 
the Secretaries determine to be appropriate, a visitor center 
in Del Norte County, California--
          (1) to serve visitors; and
          (2) to assist in fulfilling the purposes of Redwood 
        National and State Parks, the Smith River National 
        Recreation Area, and other nearby Federal lands.
  (b) Requirements.--The Secretaries shall ensure that the 
visitor center authorized under subsection (a) is designed to 
interpret the scenic, biological, natural, historical, 
scientific, paleontological, recreational, ecological, 
wilderness, and cultural resources of Redwood National and 
State Parks, the Smith River National Recreation Area, and 
other nearby Federal lands.

SEC. 216. MANAGEMENT PLANS.

  (a) In General.--In revising the land and resource management 
plan for the Shasta-Trinity, Six Rivers, Klamath, and Mendocino 
National Forests, the Secretary shall--
          (1) consider the purposes of the South Fork Trinity-
        Mad River Restoration Area established by section 211; 
        and
          (2) include or update the fire management plan for 
        the wilderness areas and wilderness additions 
        established by this title.
  (b) Requirement.--In carrying out the revisions required by 
subsection (a), the Secretary shall--
          (1) develop spatial fire management plans in 
        accordance with--
                  (A) the Guidance for Implementation of 
                Federal Wildland Fire Management Policy dated 
                February 13, 2009, including any amendments to 
                that guidance; and
                  (B) other appropriate policies;
          (2) ensure that a fire management plan--
                  (A) considers how prescribed or managed fire 
                can be used to achieve ecological management 
                objectives of wilderness and other natural or 
                primitive areas; and
                  (B) in the case of a wilderness area expanded 
                by section 231, provides consistent direction 
                regarding fire management to the entire 
                wilderness area, including the addition;
          (3) consult with--
                  (A) appropriate State, Tribal, and local 
                governmental entities; and
                  (B) members of the public; and
          (4) comply with applicable laws (including 
        regulations).

SEC. 217. STUDY; PARTNERSHIPS RELATED TO OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary of the Interior, in consultation 
with interested Federal, State, Tribal, and local entities, and 
private and nonprofit organizations, shall conduct a study to 
evaluate the feasibility and suitability of establishing 
overnight accommodations near Redwood National and State Parks 
on--
          (1) Federal land at the northern boundary or on land 
        within 20 miles of the northern boundary; and
          (2) Federal land at the southern boundary or on land 
        within 20 miles of the southern boundary.
  (b) Partnerships.--
          (1) Agreements authorized.--If the study conducted 
        under subsection (a) determines that establishing the 
        described accommodations is suitable and feasible, the 
        Secretary may enter into agreements with qualified 
        private and nonprofit organizations for the 
        development, operation, and maintenance of overnight 
        accommodations.
          (2) Contents.--Any agreements entered into under 
        paragraph (1) shall clearly define the role and 
        responsibility of the Secretary and the private or 
        nonprofit organization.
          (3) Compliance.--The Secretary shall enter agreements 
        under paragraph (1) in accordance with existing law.
          (4) Effect.--Nothing in this subsection--
                  (A) reduces or diminishes the authority of 
                the Secretary to manage land and resources 
                under the jurisdiction of the Secretary; or
                  (B) amends or modifies the application of any 
                existing law (including regulations) applicable 
                to land under the jurisdiction of the 
                Secretary.

                         Subtitle B--Recreation

SEC. 221. HORSE MOUNTAIN SPECIAL MANAGEMENT AREA.

  (a) Establishment.--Subject to valid existing rights, there 
is established the Horse Mountain Special Management Area 
(referred to in this section as the ``special management 
area'') comprising approximately 7,399 acres of Federal land 
administered by the Forest Service in Humboldt County, 
California, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Horse 
Mountain Special Management Area--Proposed'' and dated April 
13, 2017.
  (b) Purposes.--The purpose of the special management area is 
to enhance the recreational and scenic values of the special 
management area while conserving the plants, wildlife, and 
other natural resource values of the area.
  (c) Management Plan.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the 
        date of enactment of this Act and in accordance with 
        paragraph (2), the Secretary shall develop a 
        comprehensive plan for the long-term management of the 
        special management area.
          (2) Consultation.--In developing the management plan 
        required under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall 
        consult with--
                  (A) appropriate State, Tribal, and local 
                governmental entities; and
                  (B) members of the public.
          (3) Additional requirement.--The management plan 
        required under paragraph (1) shall ensure that 
        recreational use within the special management area 
        does not cause significant adverse impacts on the 
        plants and wildlife of the special management area.
  (d) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        special management area--
                  (A) in furtherance of the purposes described 
                in subsection (b); and
                  (B) in accordance with--
                          (i) the laws (including regulations) 
                        generally applicable to the National 
                        Forest System;
                          (ii) this section; and
                          (iii) any other applicable law 
                        (including regulations).
          (2) Recreation.--The Secretary shall continue to 
        authorize, maintain, and enhance the recreational use 
        of the special management area, including hunting, 
        fishing, camping, hiking, hang gliding, sightseeing, 
        nature study, horseback riding, rafting, mountain 
        biking, and motorized recreation on authorized routes, 
        and other recreational activities, so long as such 
        recreational use is consistent with the purposes of the 
        special management area, this section, other applicable 
        law (including regulations), and applicable management 
        plans.
          (3) Motorized vehicles.--
                  (A) In general.--Except as provided in 
                subparagraph (B), the use of motorized vehicles 
                in the special management area shall be 
                permitted only on roads and trails designated 
                for the use of motorized vehicles.
                  (B) Use of snowmobiles.--The winter use of 
                snowmobiles shall be allowed in the special 
                management area--
                          (i) during periods of adequate snow 
                        coverage during the winter season; and
                          (ii) subject to any terms and 
                        conditions determined to be necessary 
                        by the Secretary.
          (4) New trails.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary may construct 
                new trails for motorized or nonmotorized 
                recreation within the special management area 
                in accordance with--
                          (i) the laws (including regulations) 
                        generally applicable to the National 
                        Forest System;
                          (ii) this section; and
                          (iii) any other applicable law 
                        (including regulations).
                  (B) Priority.--In establishing new trails 
                within the special management area, the 
                Secretary shall--
                          (i) prioritize the establishment of 
                        loops that provide high-quality, 
                        diverse recreational experiences; and
                          (ii) consult with members of the 
                        public.
  (e) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
special management area is withdrawn from--
          (1) all forms of appropriation or disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under laws relating to mineral and 
        geothermal leasing.

SEC. 222. BIGFOOT NATIONAL RECREATION TRAIL.

  (a) Feasibility Study.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
        Agriculture, in cooperation with the Secretary of the 
        Interior, shall submit to the Committee on Natural 
        Resources of the House of Representatives and Committee 
        on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate a study 
        that describes the feasibility of establishing a 
        nonmotorized Bigfoot National Recreation Trail that 
        follows the route described in paragraph (2).
          (2) Route.--The trail described in paragraph (1) 
        shall extend from the Ides Cove Trailhead in the 
        Mendocino National Forest to Crescent City, California, 
        by roughly following the route as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Bigfoot National Recreation Trail--
        Proposed'' and dated July 25, 2018.
          (3) Additional requirement.--In completing the study 
        required by subsection (a), the Secretary of 
        Agriculture shall consult with--
                  (A) appropriate Federal, State, Tribal, 
                regional, and local agencies;
                  (B) private landowners;
                  (C) nongovernmental organizations; and
                  (D) members of the public.
  (b) Designation.--
          (1) In general.--Upon a determination that the 
        Bigfoot National Recreation Trail is feasible and meets 
        the requirements for a National Recreation Trail in 
        section 1243 of title 16, United States Code, the 
        Secretary of Agriculture shall designate the Bigfoot 
        National Recreation Trail in accordance with--
                  (A) the National Trails System Act (Public 
                Law 90-543);
                  (B) this title; and
                  (C) other applicable law (including 
                regulations).
          (2) Administration.--Upon designation by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture, the Bigfoot National 
        Recreation Trail (referred to in this section as the 
        ``trail'') shall be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture, in consultation with--
                  (A) other Federal, State, Tribal, regional, 
                and local agencies;
                  (B) private landowners; and
                  (C) other interested organizations.
          (3) Private property rights.--
                  (A) In general.--No portions of the trail may 
                be located on non-Federal land without the 
                written consent of the landowner.
                  (B) Prohibition.--The Secretary of 
                Agriculture shall not acquire for the trail any 
                land or interest in land outside the exterior 
                boundary of any federally managed area without 
                the consent of the owner of the land or 
                interest in the land.
                  (C) Effect.--Nothing in this section--
                          (i) requires any private property 
                        owner to allow public access (including 
                        Federal, State, or local government 
                        access) to private property; or
                          (ii) modifies any provision of 
                        Federal, State, or local law with 
                        respect to public access to or use of 
                        private land.
  (c) Cooperative Agreements.--In carrying out this section, 
the Secretary of Agriculture may enter into cooperative 
agreements with State, Tribal, and local government entities 
and private entities to complete needed trail construction, 
reconstruction, realignment, maintenance, or education projects 
related to the Bigfoot National Recreation Trail.
  (d) Map.--
          (1) Map required.--Upon designation of the Bigfoot 
        National Recreation Trail, the Secretary of Agriculture 
        shall prepare a map of the trail.
          (2) Public availability.--The map referred to in 
        paragraph (1) shall be on file and available for public 
        inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
        Service.

SEC. 223. ELK CAMP RIDGE RECREATION TRAIL.

  (a) Designation.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with paragraph (2), 
        the Secretary of Agriculture after an opportunity for 
        public comment, shall designate a trail (which may 
        include a system of trails)--
                  (A) for use by off-highway vehicles or 
                mountain bicycles, or both; and
                  (B) to be known as the Elk Camp Ridge 
                Recreation Trail.
          (2) Requirements.--In designating the Elk Camp Ridge 
        Recreation Trail (referred to in this section as the 
        ``trail''), the Secretary shall only include trails 
        that are--
                  (A) as of the date of enactment of this Act, 
                authorized for use by off-highway vehicles or 
                mountain bikes, or both; and
                  (B) located on land that is managed by the 
                Forest Service in Del Norte County.
          (3) Map.--A map that depicts the trail shall be on 
        file and available for public inspection in the 
        appropriate offices of the Forest Service.
  (b) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        trail--
                  (A) in accordance with applicable laws 
                (including regulations);
                  (B) to ensure the safety of citizens who use 
                the trail; and
                  (C) in a manner by which to minimize any 
                damage to sensitive habitat or cultural 
                resources.
          (2) Monitoring; evaluation.--To minimize the impacts 
        of the use of the trail on environmental and cultural 
        resources, the Secretary shall annually assess the 
        effects of the use of off-highway vehicles and mountain 
        bicycles on--
                  (A) the trail;
                  (B) land located in proximity to the trail; 
                and
                  (C) plants, wildlife, and wildlife habitat.
          (3) Closure.--The Secretary, in consultation with the 
        State and Del Norte County, and subject to paragraph 
        (4), may temporarily close or permanently reroute a 
        portion of the trail if the Secretary determines that--
                  (A) the trail is having an adverse impact 
                on--
                          (i) wildlife habitats;
                          (ii) natural resources;
                          (iii) cultural resources; or
                          (iv) traditional uses;
                  (B) the trail threatens public safety; or
                  (C) closure of the trail is necessary--
                          (i) to repair damage to the trail; or
                          (ii) to repair resource damage.
          (4) Rerouting.--Any portion of the trail that is 
        temporarily closed by the Secretary under paragraph (3) 
        may be permanently rerouted along any road or trail--
                  (A) that is--
                          (i) in existence as of the date of 
                        the closure of the portion of the 
                        trail;
                          (ii) located on public land; and
                          (iii) open to motorized or mechanized 
                        use; and
                  (B) if the Secretary determines that 
                rerouting the portion of the trail would not 
                significantly increase or decrease the length 
                of the trail.
          (5) Notice of available routes.--The Secretary shall 
        ensure that visitors to the trail have access to 
        adequate notice relating to the availability of trail 
        routes through--
                  (A) the placement of appropriate signage 
                along the trail; and
                  (B) the distribution of maps, safety 
                education materials, and other information that 
                the Secretary concerned determines to be 
                appropriate.
  (c) Effect.--Nothing in this section affects the ownership, 
management, or other rights relating to any non-Federal land 
(including any interest in any non-Federal land).

SEC. 224. TRINITY LAKE TRAIL.

  (a) Trail Construction.--
          (1) Feasibility study.--Not later than 18 months 
        after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary 
        shall study the feasibility and public interest of 
        constructing a recreational trail for nonmotorized uses 
        around Trinity Lake.
          (2) Construction.--
                  (A) Construction authorized.--Subject to 
                appropriations, and in accordance with 
                paragraph (3), if the Secretary determines 
                under paragraph (1) that the construction of 
                the trail described in such paragraph is 
                feasible and in the public interest, the 
                Secretary may provide for the construction of 
                the trail.
                  (B) Use of volunteer services and 
                contributions.--The trail may be constructed 
                under this section through the acceptance of 
                volunteer services and contributions from non-
                Federal sources to reduce or eliminate the need 
                for Federal expenditures to construct the 
                trail.
          (3) Compliance.--In carrying out this section, the 
        Secretary shall comply with--
                  (A) the laws (including regulations) 
                generally applicable to the National Forest 
                System; and
                  (B) this title.
  (b) Effect.--Nothing in this section affects the ownership, 
management, or other rights relating to any non-Federal land 
(including any interest in any non-Federal land).

SEC. 225. TRAILS STUDY.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 2 years after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture, in 
accordance with subsection (b) and in consultation with 
interested parties, shall conduct a study to improve motorized 
and nonmotorized recreation trail opportunities (including 
mountain bicycling) on land not designated as wilderness within 
the portions of the Six Rivers, Shasta-Trinity, and Mendocino 
National Forests located in Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, and 
Mendocino Counties.
  (b) Consultation.--In carrying out the study required by 
subsection (a), the Secretary of Agriculture shall consult with 
the Secretary of the Interior regarding opportunities to 
improve, through increased coordination, recreation trail 
opportunities on land under the jurisdiction of the Secretary 
of the Interior that shares a boundary with the national forest 
land described in subsection (a).

SEC. 226. CONSTRUCTION OF MOUNTAIN BICYCLING ROUTES.

  (a) Trail Construction.--
          (1) Feasibility study.--Not later than 18 months 
        after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary 
        of Agriculture shall study the feasibility and public 
        interest of constructing recreational trails for 
        mountain bicycling and other nonmotorized uses on the 
        routes as generally depicted in the report entitled 
        ``Trail Study for Smith River National Recreation Area 
        Six Rivers National Forest'' and dated 2016.
          (2) Construction.--
                  (A) Construction authorized.--Subject to 
                appropriations, and in accordance with 
                paragraph (3), if the Secretary determines 
                under paragraph (1) that the construction of 
                one or more routes described in such paragraph 
                is feasible and in the public interest, the 
                Secretary may provide for the construction of 
                the routes.
                  (B) Modifications.--The Secretary may modify 
                the routes as necessary in the opinion of the 
                Secretary.
                  (C) Use of volunteer services and 
                contributions.--Routes may be constructed under 
                this section through the acceptance of 
                volunteer services and contributions from non-
                Federal sources to reduce or eliminate the need 
                for Federal expenditures to construct the 
                route.
          (3) Compliance.--In carrying out this section, the 
        Secretary shall comply with--
                  (A) the laws (including regulations) 
                generally applicable to the National Forest 
                System; and
                  (B) this title.
  (b) Effect.--Nothing in this section affects the ownership, 
management, or other rights relating to any non-Federal land 
(including any interest in any non-Federal land).

SEC. 227. PARTNERSHIPS.

  (a) Agreements Authorized.--The Secretary is authorized to 
enter into agreements with qualified private and nonprofit 
organizations to undertake the following activities on Federal 
lands in Mendocino, Humboldt, Trinity, and Del Norte Counties--
          (1) trail and campground maintenance;
          (2) public education, visitor contacts, and outreach; 
        and
          (3) visitor center staffing.
  (b) Contents.--Any agreements entered into under subsection 
(a) shall clearly define the role and responsibility of the 
Secretary and the private or nonprofit organization.
  (c) Compliance.--The Secretary shall enter into agreements 
under subsection (a) in accordance with existing law.
  (d) Effect.--Nothing in this section--
          (1) reduces or diminishes the authority of the 
        Secretary to manage land and resources under the 
        jurisdiction of the Secretary; or
          (2) amends or modifies the application of any 
        existing law (including regulations) applicable to land 
        under the jurisdiction of the Secretary.

                        Subtitle C--Conservation

SEC. 231. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS.

  (a) In General.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following areas in the State are 
designated as wilderness areas and as components of the 
National Wilderness Preservation System:
          (1) Black butte river wilderness.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Forest Service in the State, 
        comprising approximately 11,117 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Black Butte River 
        Wilderness--Proposed'' and dated April 13, 2017, which 
        shall be known as the Black Butte River Wilderness.
          (2) Chanchelulla wilderness additions.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service in the 
        State, comprising approximately 6,212 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Chanchelulla 
        Wilderness Additions--Proposed'' and dated July 16, 
        2018, which is incorporated in, and considered to be a 
        part of, the Chanchelulla Wilderness, as designated by 
        section 101(a)(4) of the California Wilderness Act of 
        1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 1619).
          (3) Chinquapin wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service in the State, comprising 
        approximately 27,258 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Chinquapin Wilderness--Proposed'' 
        and dated January 15, 2020, which shall be known as the 
        Chinquapin Wilderness.
          (4) Elkhorn ridge wilderness addition.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Bureau of Land Management 
        in the State, comprising approximately 37 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Proposed 
        Elkhorn Ridge Wilderness Additions'' and dated October 
        24, 2019, which is incorporated in, and considered to 
        be a part of, the Elkhorn Ridge Wilderness, as 
        designated by section 6(d) of Public Law 109-362 (16 
        U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 Stat. 2070).
          (5) English ridge wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Bureau of Land Management in the State, 
        comprising approximately 6,204 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``English Ridge 
        Wilderness--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, which 
        shall be known as the English Ridge Wilderness.
          (6) Headwaters forest wilderness.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in the 
        State, comprising approximately 4,360 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Headwaters 
        Forest Wilderness--Proposed'' and dated October 15, 
        2019, which shall be known as the Headwaters Forest 
        Wilderness.
          (7) Mad river buttes wilderness.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Forest Service in the State, 
        comprising approximately 6,002 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Mad River Buttes 
        Wilderness--Proposed'' and dated July 25, 2018, which 
        shall be known as the Mad River Buttes Wilderness.
          (8) Mount lassic wilderness addition.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service in the 
        State, comprising approximately 1,292 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Mount Lassic 
        Wilderness Additions--Proposed'' and dated February 23, 
        2017, which is incorporated in, and considered to be a 
        part of, the Mount Lassic Wilderness, as designated by 
        section 3(6) of Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 1132 
        note; 120 Stat. 2065).
          (9) North fork eel wilderness addition.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service and the 
        Bureau of Land Management in the State, comprising 
        approximately 16,274 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``North Fork Wilderness Additions'' 
        and dated January 15, 2020, which is incorporated in, 
        and considered to be a part of, the North Fork Eel 
        Wilderness, as designated by section 101(a)(19) of the 
        California Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
        98 Stat. 1621).
          (10) Pattison wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service in the State, comprising 
        approximately 28,595 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Pattison Wilderness--Proposed'' and 
        dated July 16, 2018, which shall be known as the 
        Pattison Wilderness.
          (11) Sanhedrin wilderness addition.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Forest Service in the State, 
        comprising approximately 112 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Sanhedrin Wilderness 
        Addition--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, which is 
        incorporated in, and considered to be a part of, the 
        Sanhedrin Wilderness, as designated by section 3(2) of 
        Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 Stat. 
        2065).
          (12) Siskiyou wilderness addition.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Forest Service in the State, 
        comprising approximately 27,747 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Siskiyou Wilderness 
        Additions and Potential Wildernesses--Proposed'' and 
        dated July 24, 2018, which is incorporated in, and 
        considered to be a part of, the Siskiyou Wilderness, as 
        designated by section 101(a)(30) of the California 
        Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 
        1623) (as amended by section 3(5) of Public Law 109-362 
        (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065)).
          (13) South fork eel river wilderness addition.--
        Certain Federal land managed by the Bureau of Land 
        Management in the State, comprising approximately 603 
        acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``South Fork Eel River Wilderness Additions--Proposed'' 
        and dated October 24, 2019, which is incorporated in, 
        and considered to be a part of, the South Fork Eel 
        River Wilderness, as designated by section 3(10) of 
        Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 Stat. 
        2066).
          (14) South fork trinity river wilderness.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service in the 
        State, comprising approximately 26,446 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``South Fork 
        Trinity River Wilderness and Potential Wildernesses--
        Proposed'' and dated March 11, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the South Fork Trinity River Wilderness.
          (15) Trinity alps wilderness addition.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service in the 
        State, comprising approximately 60,826 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the maps entitled ``Trinity Alps 
        Proposed Wilderness Additions EAST'' and ``Trinity Alps 
        Proposed Wilderness Additions WEST'' and dated January 
        15, 2020, which is incorporated in, and considered to 
        be a part of, the Trinity Alps Wilderness, as 
        designated by section 101(a)(34) of the California 
        Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 
        1623) (as amended by section 3(7) of Public Law 109-362 
        (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065)).
          (16) Underwood wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service in the State, comprising 
        approximately 15,069 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Underwood Wilderness--Proposed'' and 
        dated January 15, 2020, which shall be known as the 
        Underwood Wilderness.
          (17) Yolla bolly-middle eel wilderness additions.--
        Certain Federal land managed by the Forest Service and 
        the Bureau of Land Management in the State, comprising 
        approximately 10,729 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Yolla Bolly Middle Eel Wilderness 
        Additions and Potential Wildernesses--Proposed'' and 
        dated June 7, 2018, which is incorporated in, and 
        considered to be a part of, the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel 
        Wilderness, as designated by section 3 of the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1132) (as amended by section 
        3(4) of Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 
        Stat. 2065)).
          (18) Yuki wilderness addition.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land 
        Management in the State, comprising approximately 
        11,076 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Yuki Wilderness Additions--Proposed'' and dated 
        January 15, 2020, which is incorporated in, and 
        considered to be a part of, the Yuki Wilderness, as 
        designated by section 3(3) of Public Law 109-362 (16 
        U.S.C. 1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065).
  (b) Redesignation of North Fork Wilderness as North Fork Eel 
River Wilderness.--Section 101(a)(19) of Public Law 98-425 (16 
U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 1621) is amended by striking ``North 
Fork Wilderness'' and inserting ``North Fork Eel River 
Wilderness''. Any reference in a law, map, regulation, 
document, paper, or other record of the United States to the 
North Fork Wilderness shall be deemed to be a reference to the 
North Fork Eel River Wilderness.
  (c) Elkhorn Ridge Wilderness Adjustments.--The boundary of 
the Elkhorn Ridge Wilderness established by section 6(d) of 
Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note) is adjusted by 
deleting approximately 30 acres of Federal land as generally 
depicted on the map entitled ``Proposed Elkhorn Ridge 
Wilderness Additions'' and dated October 24, 2019.

SEC. 232. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS.

  (a) In General.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
wilderness areas and wilderness additions established by 
section 231 shall be administered by the Secretary in 
accordance with this subtitle and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
1131 et seq.), except that--
          (1) any reference in the Wilderness Act to the 
        effective date of that Act shall be considered to be a 
        reference to the date of enactment of this Act; and
          (2) any reference in that Act to the Secretary of 
        Agriculture shall be considered to be a reference to 
        the Secretary.
  (b) Fire Management and Related Activities.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may take such measures 
        in a wilderness area or wilderness addition designated 
        by section 231 as are necessary for the control of 
        fire, insects, and diseases in accordance with section 
        4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) 
        and House Report 98-40 of the 98th Congress.
          (2) Funding priorities.--Nothing in this subtitle 
        limits funding for fire and fuels management in the 
        wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by 
        this title.
          (3) Administration.--Consistent with paragraph (1) 
        and other applicable Federal law, to ensure a timely 
        and efficient response to fire emergencies in the 
        wilderness additions designated by this subtitle, the 
        Secretary of Agriculture shall--
                  (A) not later than 1 year after the date of 
                enactment of this Act, establish agency 
                approval procedures (including appropriate 
                delegations of authority to the Forest 
                Supervisor, District Manager, or other agency 
                officials) for responding to fire emergencies; 
                and
                  (B) enter into agreements with appropriate 
                State or local firefighting agencies.
  (c) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the wilderness 
areas and wilderness additions designated by this title, if 
established before the date of enactment of this Act, shall be 
administered in accordance with--
          (1) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1133(d)(4)); and
          (2)(A) for lands under the jurisdiction of the 
        Secretary of Agriculture, the guidelines set forth in 
        the report of the Committee on Interior and Insular 
        Affairs of the House of Representatives accompanying 
        H.R. 5487 of the 96th Congress (H. Rept. 96-617); or
          (B) for lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary 
        of the Interior, the guidelines set forth in Appendix A 
        of the report of the Committee on Interior and Insular 
        Affairs of the House of Representatives accompanying 
        H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress (H. Rept. 101-405).
  (d) Fish and Wildlife.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with section 4(d)(7) 
        of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), nothing 
        in this title affects the jurisdiction or 
        responsibilities of the State with respect to fish and 
        wildlife on public land in the State.
          (2) Management activities.--In furtherance of the 
        purposes and principles of the Wilderness Act (16 
        U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the Secretary may conduct any 
        management activities that are necessary to maintain or 
        restore fish, wildlife, and plant populations and 
        habitats in the wilderness areas or wilderness 
        additions designated by section 231, if the management 
        activities are--
                  (A) consistent with relevant wilderness 
                management plans; and
                  (B) conducted in accordance with--
                          (i) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
                        1131 et seq.); and
                          (ii) appropriate policies, such as 
                        the policies established in Appendix B 
                        of House Report 101-405.
  (e) Buffer Zones.--
          (1) In general.--Congress does not intend for 
        designation of wilderness or wilderness additions by 
        this title to lead to the creation of protective 
        perimeters or buffer zones around each wilderness area 
        or wilderness addition.
          (2) Activities or uses up to boundaries.--The fact 
        that nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or 
        heard from within a wilderness area shall not, of 
        itself, preclude the activities or uses up to the 
        boundary of the wilderness area.
  (f) Military Activities.--Nothing in this subtitle 
precludes--
          (1) low-level overflights of military aircraft over 
        the wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated 
        by section 231;
          (2) the designation of new units of special airspace 
        over the wilderness areas or wilderness additions 
        designated by section 231; or
          (3) the use or establishment of military flight 
        training routes over the wilderness areas or wilderness 
        additions designated by section 231.
  (g) Horses.--Nothing in this subtitle precludes horseback 
riding in, or the entry of recreational or commercial saddle or 
pack stock into, an area designated as a wilderness area or 
wilderness addition by section 231--
          (1) in accordance with section 4(d)(5) of the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(5)); and
          (2) subject to any terms and conditions determined to 
        be necessary by the Secretary.
  (h) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
wilderness areas and wilderness additions designated by section 
231 are withdrawn from--
          (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal 
        under the public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) operation of the mineral materials and geothermal 
        leasing laws.
  (i) Use by Members of Indian Tribes.--
          (1) Access.--In recognition of the past use of 
        wilderness areas and wilderness additions designated by 
        this title by members of Indian Tribes for traditional 
        cultural and religious purposes, the Secretary shall 
        ensure that Indian Tribes have access to the wilderness 
        areas and wilderness additions designated by section 
        231 for traditional cultural and religious purposes.
          (2) Temporary closures.--
                  (A) In general.--In carrying out this 
                section, the Secretary, on request of an Indian 
                Tribe, may temporarily close to the general 
                public one or more specific portions of a 
                wilderness area or wilderness addition to 
                protect the privacy of the members of the 
                Indian Tribe in the conduct of the traditional 
                cultural and religious activities in the 
                wilderness area or wilderness addition.
                  (B) Requirement.--Any closure under 
                subparagraph (A) shall be made in such a manner 
                as to affect the smallest practicable area for 
                the minimum period of time necessary for the 
                activity to be carried out.
          (3) Applicable law.--Access to the wilderness areas 
        and wilderness additions under this subsection shall be 
        in accordance with--
                  (A) Public Law 95-341 (commonly known as the 
                American Indian Religious Freedom Act) (42 
                U.S.C. 1996 et seq.); and
                  (B) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
                seq.).
  (j) Incorporation of Acquired Land and Interests.--Any land 
within the boundary of a wilderness area or wilderness addition 
designated by section 231 that is acquired by the United States 
shall--
          (1) become part of the wilderness area in which the 
        land is located;
          (2) be withdrawn in accordance with subsection (h); 
        and
          (3) be managed in accordance with this section, the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
        applicable law.
  (k) Climatological Data Collection.--In accordance with the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) and subject to such 
terms and conditions as the Secretary may prescribe, the 
Secretary may authorize the installation and maintenance of 
hydrologic, meteorologic, or climatological collection devices 
in the wilderness areas and wilderness additions designated by 
section 231 if the Secretary determines that the facilities and 
access to the facilities are essential to flood warning, flood 
control, or water reservoir operation activities.
  (l) Authorized Events.--The Secretary may continue to 
authorize the competitive equestrian event permitted since 2012 
in the Chinquapin Wilderness established by section 231 in a 
manner compatible with the preservation of the area as 
wilderness.
  (m) Recreational Climbing.--Nothing in this title prohibits 
recreational rock climbing activities in the wilderness areas, 
such as the placement, use, and maintenance of fixed anchors, 
including any fixed anchor established before the date of the 
enactment of this Act--
          (1) in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1131 et seq.); and
          (2) subject to any terms and conditions determined to 
        be necessary by the Secretary.

SEC. 233. DESIGNATION OF POTENTIAL WILDERNESS.

  (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following areas in 
the State are designated as potential wilderness areas:
          (1) Certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
        Service, comprising approximately 3,797 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Chinquapin 
        Proposed Potential Wilderness'' and dated January 15, 
        2020.
          (2) Certain Federal land administered by the National 
        Park Service, compromising approximately 31,000 acres, 
        as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Redwood 
        National Park--Potential Wilderness'' and dated October 
        9, 2019.
          (3) Certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
        Service, comprising approximately 8,961 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Siskiyou 
        Wilderness Additions and Potential Wildernesses--
        Proposed'' and dated July 24, 2018.
          (4) Certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
        Service, comprising approximately 405 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``South Fork 
        Trinity River Wilderness and Potential Wildernesses--
        Proposed'' and dated March 11, 2019.
          (5) Certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
        Service, comprising approximately 1,256 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Trinity Alps 
        Proposed Potential Wilderness'' and dated January 15, 
        2020.
          (6) Certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
        Service, comprising approximately 4,282 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Yolla Bolly 
        Middle Eel Wilderness Additions and Potential 
        Wildernesses--Proposed'' and dated June 7, 2018.
          (7) Certain Federal land managed by the Forest 
        Service, comprising approximately 2,909 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Yuki Proposed 
        Potential Wilderness'' and dated January 15, 2020.
  (b) Management.--Except as provided in subsection (c) and 
subject to valid existing rights, the Secretary shall manage 
the potential wilderness areas designated by subsection (a) 
(referred to in this section as ``potential wilderness areas'') 
as wilderness until the potential wilderness areas are 
designated as wilderness under subsection (d).
  (c) Ecological Restoration.--
          (1) In general.--For purposes of ecological 
        restoration (including the elimination of nonnative 
        species, removal of illegal, unused, or decommissioned 
        roads, repair of skid tracks, and any other activities 
        necessary to restore the natural ecosystems in a 
        potential wilderness area and consistent with paragraph 
        (2)), the Secretary may use motorized equipment and 
        mechanized transport in a potential wilderness area 
        until the potential wilderness area is designated as 
        wilderness under subsection (d).
          (2) Limitation.--To the maximum extent practicable, 
        the Secretary shall use the minimum tool or 
        administrative practice necessary to accomplish 
        ecological restoration with the least amount of adverse 
        impact on wilderness character and resources.
  (d) Eventual Wilderness Designation.--The potential 
wilderness areas shall be designated as wilderness and as a 
component of the National Wilderness Preservation System on the 
earlier of--
          (1) the date on which the Secretary publishes in the 
        Federal Register notice that the conditions in a 
        potential wilderness area that are incompatible with 
        the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) have been 
        removed; or
          (2) the date that is 10 years after the date of 
        enactment of this Act for potential wilderness areas 
        located on lands managed by the Forest Service.
  (e) Administration as Wilderness.--
          (1) In general.--On its designation as wilderness 
        under subsection (d), a potential wilderness area shall 
        be administered in accordance with section 232 and the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
          (2) Designation.--On its designation as wilderness 
        under subsection (d)--
                  (A) the land described in subsection (a)(1) 
                shall be incorporated in, and considered to be 
                a part of, the Chinquapin Wilderness 
                established by section 231(a)(3);
                  (B) the land described in subsection (a)(3) 
                shall be incorporated in, and considered to be 
                a part of, the Siskiyou Wilderness as 
                designated by section 231(a)(30) of the 
                California Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; 98 Stat. 1623) (as amended by 
                section 3(5) of Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065) and expanded by 
                section 231(a)(12));
                  (C) the land described in subsection (a)(4) 
                shall be incorporated in, and considered to be 
                a part of, the South Fork Trinity River 
                Wilderness established by section 231(a)(14);
                  (D) the land described in subsection (a)(5) 
                shall be incorporated in, and considered to be 
                a part of, the Trinity Alps Wilderness as 
                designated by section 101(a)(34) of the 
                California Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; 98 Stat. 1623) (as amended by 
                section 3(7) of Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065) and expanded by 
                section 231(a)(15));
                  (E) the land described in subsection (a)(6) 
                shall be incorporated in, and considered to be 
                a part of, the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel 
                Wilderness as designated by section 3 of the 
                Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1132) (as amended by 
                section 3(4) of Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065) and expanded by 
                section 231(a)(17)); and
                  (F) the land described in subsection (a)(7) 
                shall be incorporated in, and considered to be 
                a part of, the Yuki Wilderness as designated by 
                section 3(3) of Public Law 109-362 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; 120 Stat. 2065) and expanded by 
                section 231(a)(18).
  (f) Report.--Within 3 years after the date of enactment of 
this Act, and every 3 years thereafter until the date upon 
which the potential wilderness is designated wilderness under 
subsection (d), the Secretary shall submit a report to the 
Committee on Natural Resources of the House of Representatives 
and the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate 
on the status of ecological restoration within the potential 
wilderness area and the progress toward the potential 
wilderness area's eventual wilderness designation under 
subsection (d).

SEC. 234. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.

  Section 3(a) of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 
U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding at the end the following:
          ``(231) South fork trinity river.--The following 
        segments from the source tributaries in the Yolla 
        Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 18.3-mile segment from its multiple 
                source springs in the Cedar Basin of the Yolla 
                Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness in section 15, T. 
                27 N., R. 10 W. to .25 miles upstream of the 
                Wild Mad Road, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The .65-mile segment from .25 miles 
                upstream of Wild Mad Road to the confluence 
                with the unnamed tributary approximately .4 
                miles downstream of the Wild Mad Road in 
                section 29, T. 28 N., R. 11 W., as a scenic 
                river.
                  ``(C) The 9.8-mile segment from .75 miles 
                downstream of Wild Mad Road to Silver Creek, as 
                a wild river.
                  ``(D) The 5.4-mile segment from Silver Creek 
                confluence to Farley Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(E) The 3.6-mile segment from Farley Creek 
                to Cave Creek, as a recreational river.
                  ``(F) The 5.6-mile segment from Cave Creek to 
                the confluence of the unnamed creek upstream of 
                Hidden Valley Ranch in section 5, T. 15, R. 7 
                E., as a wild river.
                  ``(G) The 2.5-mile segment from unnamed creek 
                confluence upstream of Hidden Valley Ranch to 
                the confluence with the unnamed creek flowing 
                west from Bear Wallow Mountain in section 29, 
                T. 1 N., R. 7 E., as a scenic river.
                  ``(H) The 3.8-mile segment from the unnamed 
                creek confluence in section 29, T. 1 N., R. 7 
                E. to Plummer Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(I) The 1.8-mile segment from Plummer Creek 
                to the confluence with the unnamed tributary 
                north of McClellan Place in section 6, T. 1 N., 
                R. 7 E., as a scenic river.
                  ``(J) The 5.4-mile segment from the unnamed 
                tributary confluence in section 6, T. 1 N., R. 
                7 E. to Hitchcock Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(K) The 7-mile segment from Eltapom Creek 
                to the Grouse Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(L) The 5-mile segment from Grouse Creek to 
                Coon Creek, as a wild river.
          ``(232) East fork south fork trinity river.--The 
        following segments to be administered by the Secretary 
        of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 8.4-mile segment from its source in 
                the Pettijohn Basin in the Yolla Bolly-Middle 
                Eel Wilderness in section 10, T. 3 S., R. 10 W. 
                to .25 miles upstream of the Wild Mad Road, as 
                a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 3.4-mile segment from .25 miles 
                upstream of the Wild Mad Road to the South Fork 
                Trinity River, as a recreational river.
          ``(233) Rattlesnake creek.--The 5.9-mile segment from 
        the confluence with the unnamed tributary in the 
        southeast corner of section 5, T. 1 S., R. 12 W. to the 
        South Fork Trinity River, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture as a recreational river.
          ``(234) Butter creek.--The 7-mile segment from .25 
        miles downstream of the Road 3N08 crossing to the South 
        Fork Trinity River, to be administered by the Secretary 
        of Agriculture as a scenic river.
          ``(235) Hayfork creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 3.2-mile segment from Little Creek 
                to Bear Creek, as a recreational river.
                  ``(B) The 13.2-mile segment from Bear Creek 
                to the northern boundary of section 19, T. 3 
                N., R. 7 E., as a scenic river.
          ``(236) Olsen creek.--The 2.8-mile segment from the 
        confluence of its source tributaries in section 5, T. 3 
        N., R. 7 E. to the northern boundary of section 24, T. 
        3 N., R. 6 E., to be administered by the Secretary of 
        the Interior as a scenic river.
          ``(237) Rusch creek.--The 3.2-mile segment from .25 
        miles downstream of the 32N11 Road crossing to Hayfork 
        Creek, to be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture as a recreational river.
          ``(238) Eltapom creek.--The 3.4-mile segment from 
        Buckhorn Creek to the South Fork Trinity River, to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture as a wild 
        river.
          ``(239) Grouse creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 3.9-mile segment from Carson Creek 
                to Cow Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(B) The 7.4-mile segment from Cow Creek to 
                the South Fork Trinity River, as a recreational 
                river.
          ``(240) Madden creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 6.8-mile segment from the 
                confluence of Madden Creek and its unnamed 
                tributary in section 18, T. 5 N., R. 5 E. to 
                Fourmile Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 1.6-mile segment from Fourmile 
                Creek to the South Fork Trinity River, as a 
                recreational river.
          ``(241) Canyon creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture and the 
        Secretary of the Interior:
                  ``(A) The 6.6-mile segment from the outlet of 
                lower Canyon Creek Lake to Bear Creek upstream 
                of Ripstein, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 11.2-mile segment from Bear Creek 
                upstream of Ripstein to the southern boundary 
                of section 25, T. 34 N., R. 11 W., as a 
                recreational river.
          ``(242) North fork trinity river.--The following 
        segments to be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 12-mile segment from the confluence 
                of source tributaries in section 24, T. 8 N., 
                R. 12 W. to the Trinity Alps Wilderness 
                boundary upstream of Hobo Gulch, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The .5-mile segment from where the 
                river leaves the Trinity Alps Wilderness to 
                where it fully reenters the Trinity Alps 
                Wilderness downstream of Hobo Gulch, as a 
                scenic river.
                  ``(C) The 13.9-mile segment from where the 
                river fully reenters the Trinity Alps 
                Wilderness downstream of Hobo Gulch to the 
                Trinity Alps Wilderness boundary upstream of 
                the County Road 421 crossing, as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The 1.3-mile segment from the Trinity 
                Alps Wilderness boundary upstream of the County 
                Road 421 crossing to the Trinity River, as a 
                recreational river.
          ``(243) East fork north fork trinity river.--The 
        following segments to be administered by the Secretary 
        of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 9.5-mile segment from the river's 
                source north of Mt. Hilton in section 19, T. 36 
                N., R. 10 W. to the end of Road 35N20 
                approximately .5 miles downstream of the 
                confluence with the East Branch East Fork North 
                Fork Trinity River, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 3.25-mile segment from the end of 
                Road 35N20 to .25 miles upstream of Coleridge, 
                as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The 4.6-mile segment from .25 miles 
                upstream of Coleridge to the confluence of Fox 
                Gulch, as a recreational river.
          ``(244) New river.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 12.7-mile segment of Virgin Creek 
                from its source spring in section 22, T. 9 N., 
                R. 7 E. to Slide Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 2.3-mile segment of the New River 
                where it begins at the confluence of Virgin and 
                Slide Creeks to Barron Creek, as a wild river.
          ``(245) Middle eel river.--The following segment, to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 37.7-mile segment from its source 
                in Frying Pan Meadow to Rose Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The 1.5-mile segment from Rose Creek to 
                the Black Butte River, as a recreational river.
                  ``(C) The 10.5-mile segment of Balm of Gilead 
                Creek from its source in Hopkins Hollow to the 
                Middle Eel River, as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The 13-mile segment of the North Fork 
                Middle Fork Eel River from the source on Dead 
                Puppy Ridge in section 11, T. 26 N., R. 11 W. 
                to the confluence of the Middle Eel River, as a 
                wild river.
          ``(246) North fork eel river, ca.--The 14.3-mile 
        segment from the confluence with Gilman Creek to the 
        Six Rivers National Forest boundary, to be administered 
        by the Secretary of Agriculture as a wild river.
          ``(247) Red mountain creek, ca.--The following 
        segments to be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 5.25-mile segment from its source 
                west of Mike's Rock in section 23, T. 26 N., R. 
                12 E. to the confluence with Littlefield Creek, 
                as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 1.6-mile segment from the 
                confluence with Littlefield Creek to the 
                confluence with the unnamed tributary in 
                section 32, T. 26 N., R. 8 E., as a scenic 
                river.
                  ``(C) The 1.25-mile segment from the 
                confluence with the unnamed tributary in 
                section 32, T. 4 S., R. 8 E. to the confluence 
                with the North Fork Eel River, as a wild river.
          ``(248) Redwood creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
                  ``(A) The 6.2-mile segment from the 
                confluence with Lacks Creek to the confluence 
                with Coyote Creek as a scenic river on 
                publication by the Secretary of a notice in the 
                Federal Register that sufficient inholdings 
                within the boundaries of the segments have been 
                acquired in fee title to establish a manageable 
                addition to the system.
                  ``(B) The 19.1-mile segment from the 
                confluence with Coyote Creek in section 2, T. 8 
                N., R. 2 E. to the Redwood National Park 
                boundary upstream of Orick in section 34, T. 11 
                N., R. 1 E. as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The 2.3-mile segment of Emerald Creek 
                (also known as Harry Weir Creek) from its 
                source in section 29, T. 10 N., R. 2 E. to the 
                confluence with Redwood Creek as a scenic 
                river.
          ``(249) Lacks creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
                  ``(A) The 5.1-mile segment from the 
                confluence with two unnamed tributaries in 
                section 14, T. 7 N., R. 3 E. to Kings Crossing 
                in section 27, T. 8 N., R. 3 E. as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The 2.7-mile segment from Kings 
                Crossing to the confluence with Redwood Creek 
                as a scenic river upon publication by the 
                Secretary of a notice in the Federal Register 
                that sufficient inholdings within the segment 
                have been acquired in fee title or as scenic 
                easements to establish a manageable addition to 
                the system.
          ``(250) Lost man creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
                  ``(A) The 6.4-mile segment of Lost Man Creek 
                from its source in section 5, T. 10 N., R. 2 E. 
                to .25 miles upstream of the Prairie Creek 
                confluence, as a recreational river.
                  ``(B) The 2.3-mile segment of Larry Damm 
                Creek from its source in section 8, T. 11 N., 
                R. 2 E. to the confluence with Lost Man Creek, 
                as a recreational river.
          ``(251) Little lost man creek.--The 3.6-mile segment 
        of Little Lost Man Creek from its source in section 6, 
        T. 10 N., R. 2 E. to .25 miles upstream of the Lost Man 
        Creek road crossing, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
          ``(252) South fork elk river.--The following segments 
        to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior 
        through a cooperative management agreement with the 
        State of California:
                  ``(A) The 3.6-mile segment of the Little 
                South Fork Elk River from the source in section 
                21, T. 3 N., R. 1 E. to the confluence with the 
                South Fork Elk River, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 2.2-mile segment of the unnamed 
                tributary of the Little South Fork Elk River 
                from its source in section 15, T. 3 N., R. 1 E. 
                to the confluence with the Little South Fork 
                Elk River, as a wild river.
                  ``(C) The 3.6-mile segment of the South Fork 
                Elk River from the confluence of the Little 
                South Fork Elk River to the confluence with Tom 
                Gulch, as a recreational river.
          ``(253) Salmon creek.--The 4.6-mile segment from its 
        source in section 27, T. 3 N., R. 1 E. to the 
        Headwaters Forest Reserve boundary in section 18, T. 3 
        N., R. 1 E. to be administered by the Secretary of the 
        Interior as a wild river through a cooperative 
        management agreement with the State of California.
          ``(254) South fork eel river.--The following segments 
        to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
                  ``(A) The 6.2-mile segment from the 
                confluence with Jack of Hearts Creek to the 
                southern boundary of the South Fork Eel 
                Wilderness in section 8, T. 22 N., R. 16 W., as 
                a recreational river to be administered by the 
                Secretary through a cooperative management 
                agreement with the State of California.
                  ``(B) The 6.1-mile segment from the southern 
                boundary of the South Fork Eel Wilderness to 
                the northern boundary of the South Fork Eel 
                Wilderness in section 29, T. 23 N., R. 16 W., 
                as a wild river.
          ``(255) Elder creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior through a 
        cooperative management agreement with the State of 
        California:
                  ``(A) The 3.6-mile segment from its source 
                north of Signal Peak in section 6, T. 21 N., R. 
                15 W. to the confluence with the unnamed 
                tributary near the center of section 28, T. 22 
                N., R. 16 W., as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 1.3-mile segment from the 
                confluence with the unnamed tributary near the 
                center of section 28, T. 22 N., R. 15 W. to the 
                confluence with the South Fork Eel River, as a 
                recreational river.
                  ``(C) The 2.1-mile segment of Paralyze Canyon 
                from its source south of Signal Peak in section 
                7, T. 21 N., R. 15 W. to the confluence with 
                Elder Creek, as a wild river.
          ``(256) Cedar creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered as a wild river by the Secretary of the 
        Interior:
                  ``(A) The 7.7-mile segment from its source in 
                section 22, T. 24 N., R. 16 W. to the southern 
                boundary of the Red Mountain unit of the South 
                Fork Eel Wilderness.
                  ``(B) The 1.9-mile segment of North Fork 
                Cedar Creek from its source in section 28, T. 
                24 N., R. 16 E. to the confluence with Cedar 
                Creek.
          ``(257) East branch south fork eel river.--The 
        following segments to be administered by the Secretary 
        of the Interior as a scenic river on publication by the 
        Secretary of a notice in the Federal Register that 
        sufficient inholdings within the boundaries of the 
        segments have been acquired in fee title or as scenic 
        easements to establish a manageable addition to the 
        system:
                  ``(A) The 2.3-mile segment of Cruso Cabin 
                Creek from the confluence of two unnamed 
                tributaries in section 18, T. 24 N., R. 15 W. 
                to the confluence with Elkhorn Creek.
                  ``(B) The 1.8-mile segment of Elkhorn Creek 
                from the confluence of two unnamed tributaries 
                in section 22, T. 24 N., R. 16 W. to the 
                confluence with Cruso Cabin Creek.
                  ``(C) The 14.2-mile segment of the East 
                Branch South Fork Eel River from the confluence 
                of Cruso Cabin and Elkhorn Creeks to the 
                confluence with Rays Creek.
                  ``(D) The 1.7-mile segment of the unnamed 
                tributary from its source on the north flank of 
                Red Mountain's north ridge in section 2, T. 24 
                N., R. 17 W. to the confluence with the East 
                Branch South Fork Eel River.
                  ``(E) The 1.3-mile segment of the unnamed 
                tributary from its source on the north flank of 
                Red Mountain's north ridge in section 1, T. 24 
                N., R. 17 W. to the confluence with the East 
                Branch South Fork Eel River.
                  ``(F) The 1.8-mile segment of Tom Long Creek 
                from the confluence with the unnamed tributary 
                in section 12, T. 5 S., R. 4 E. to the 
                confluence with the East Branch South Fork Eel 
                River.
          ``(258) Mattole river estuary.--The 1.5-mile segment 
        from the confluence of Stansberry Creek to the Pacific 
        Ocean, to be administered as a recreational river by 
        the Secretary of the Interior.
          ``(259) Honeydew creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered as a wild river by the Secretary of the 
        Interior:
                  ``(A) The 5.1-mile segment of Honeydew Creek 
                from its source in the southwest corner of 
                section 25, T. 3 S., R. 1 W. to the eastern 
                boundary of the King Range National 
                Conservation Area in section 18, T. 3 S., R. 1 
                E.
                  ``(B) The 2.8-mile segment of West Fork 
                Honeydew Creek from its source west of North 
                Slide Peak to the confluence with Honeydew 
                Creek.
                  ``(C) The 2.7-mile segment of Upper East Fork 
                Honeydew Creek from its source in section 23, 
                T. 3 S., R. 1 W. to the confluence with 
                Honeydew Creek.
          ``(260) Bear creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior:
                  ``(A) The 1.9-mile segment of North Fork Bear 
                Creek from the confluence with the unnamed 
                tributary immediately downstream of the Horse 
                Mountain Road crossing to the confluence with 
                the South Fork, as a scenic river.
                  ``(B) The 6.1-mile segment of South Fork Bear 
                Creek from the confluence in section 2, T. 5 
                S., R. 1 W. with the unnamed tributary flowing 
                from the southwest flank of Queen Peak to the 
                confluence with the North Fork, as a scenic 
                river.
                  ``(C) The 3-mile segment of Bear Creek from 
                the confluence of the North and South Forks to 
                the southern boundary of section 11, T. 4 S., 
                R. 1 E., as a wild river.
          ``(261) Gitchell creek.--The 3-mile segment of 
        Gitchell Creek from its source near Saddle Mountain to 
        the Pacific Ocean to be administered by the Secretary 
        of the Interior as a wild river.
          ``(262) Big flat creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild 
        river:
                  ``(A) The 4-mile segment of Big Flat Creek 
                from its source near King Peak in section 36, 
                T. 3 S., R. 1 W. to the Pacific Ocean.
                  ``(B) The .8-mile segment of the unnamed 
                tributary from its source in section 35, T. 3 
                S., R. 1 W. to the confluence with Big Flat 
                Creek.
                  ``(C) The 2.7-mile segment of North Fork Big 
                Flat Creek from the source in section 34, T. 3 
                S., R. 1 W. to the confluence with Big Flat 
                Creek.
          ``(263) Big creek.--The following segments to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior as wild 
        rivers:
                  ``(A) The 2.7-mile segment of Big Creek from 
                its source in section 26, T. 3 S., R. 1 W. to 
                the Pacific Ocean.
                  ``(B) The 1.9-mile unnamed southern tributary 
                from its source in section 25, T. 3 S., R. 1 W. 
                to the confluence with Big Creek.
          ``(264) Elk creek.--The 11.4-mile segment from its 
        confluence with Lookout Creek to its confluence with 
        Deep Hole Creek, to be jointly administered by the 
        Secretaries of Agriculture and the Interior, as a wild 
        river.
          ``(265) Eden creek.--The 2.7-mile segment from the 
        private property boundary in the northwest quarter of 
        section 27, T. 21 N., R. 12 W. to the eastern boundary 
        of section 23, T. 21 N., R. 12 W., to be administered 
        by the Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
          ``(266) Deep hole creek.--The 4.3-mile segment from 
        the private property boundary in the southwest quarter 
        of section 13, T. 20 N., R. 12 W. to the confluence 
        with Elk Creek, to be administered by the Secretary of 
        the Interior as a wild river.
          ``(267) Indian creek.--The 3.3-mile segment from 300 
        feet downstream of the jeep trail in section 13, T. 20 
        N., R. 13 W. to the confluence with the Eel River, to 
        be administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a 
        wild river.
          ``(268) Fish creek.--The 4.2-mile segment from the 
        source at Buckhorn Spring to the confluence with the 
        Eel River, to be administered by the Secretary of the 
        Interior as a wild river.''.

SEC. 235. SANHEDRIN SPECIAL CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT AREA.

  (a) Establishment.--Subject to valid existing rights, there 
is established the Sanhedrin Special Conservation Management 
Area (referred to in this section as the ``conservation 
management area''), comprising approximately 14,177 acres of 
Federal land administered by the Forest Service in Mendocino 
County, California, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
``Sanhedrin Special Conservation Management Area--Proposed'' 
and dated April 12, 2017.
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the conservation management 
area are to--
          (1) conserve, protect, and enhance for the benefit 
        and enjoyment of present and future generations the 
        ecological, scenic, wildlife, recreational, roadless, 
        cultural, historical, natural, educational, and 
        scientific resources of the conservation management 
        area;
          (2) protect and restore late-successional forest 
        structure, oak woodlands and grasslands, aquatic 
        habitat, and anadromous fisheries within the 
        conservation management area;
          (3) protect and restore the wilderness character of 
        the conservation management area; and
          (4) allow visitors to enjoy the scenic, natural, 
        cultural, and wildlife values of the conservation 
        management area.
  (c) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        conservation management area--
                  (A) in a manner consistent with the purposes 
                described in subsection (b); and
                  (B) in accordance with--
                          (i) the laws (including regulations) 
                        generally applicable to the National 
                        Forest System;
                          (ii) this section; and
                          (iii) any other applicable law 
                        (including regulations).
          (2) Uses.--The Secretary shall only allow uses of the 
        conservation management area that the Secretary 
        determines would further the purposes described in 
        subsection (b).
  (d) Motorized Vehicles.--
          (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (3), 
        the use of motorized vehicles in the conservation 
        management area shall be permitted only on existing 
        roads, trails, and areas designated for use by such 
        vehicles as of the date of enactment of this Act.
          (2) New or temporary roads.--Except as provided in 
        paragraph (3), no new or temporary roads shall be 
        constructed within the conservation management area.
          (3) Exception.--Nothing in paragraph (1) or (2) 
        prevents the Secretary from--
                  (A) rerouting or closing an existing road or 
                trail to protect natural resources from 
                degradation, or to protect public safety, as 
                determined to be appropriate by the Secretary;
                  (B) designating routes of travel on lands 
                acquired by the Secretary and incorporated into 
                the conservation management area if the 
                designations are--
                          (i) consistent with the purposes 
                        described in subsection (b); and
                          (ii) completed, to the maximum extent 
                        practicable, within 3 years of the date 
                        of acquisition;
                  (C) constructing a temporary road on which 
                motorized vehicles are permitted as part of a 
                vegetation management project carried out in 
                accordance with subsection (e);
                  (D) authorizing the use of motorized vehicles 
                for administrative purposes; or
                  (E) responding to an emergency.
          (4) Decommissioning of temporary roads.--
                  (A) Requirement.--The Secretary shall 
                decommission any temporary road constructed 
                under paragraph (3)(C) not later than 3 years 
                after the date on which the applicable 
                vegetation management project is completed.
                  (B) Definition.--As used in subparagraph (A), 
                the term ``decommission'' means--
                          (i) to reestablish vegetation on a 
                        road; and
                          (ii) to restore any natural drainage, 
                        watershed function, or other ecological 
                        processes that are disrupted or 
                        adversely impacted by the road by 
                        removing or hydrologically 
                        disconnecting the road prism.
  (e) Timber Harvest.--
          (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), 
        no harvesting of timber shall be allowed within the 
        conservation management area.
          (2) Exceptions.--The Secretary may authorize 
        harvesting of timber in the conservation management 
        area--
                  (A) if the Secretary determines that the 
                harvesting is necessary to further the purposes 
                of the conservation management area;
                  (B) in a manner consistent with the purposes 
                described in subsection (b); and
                  (C) subject to--
                          (i) such reasonable regulations, 
                        policies, and practices as the 
                        Secretary determines appropriate; and
                          (ii) all applicable laws (including 
                        regulations).
  (f) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the conservation 
management area, where established before the date of enactment 
of this Act, shall be permitted to continue--
          (1) subject to--
                  (A) such reasonable regulations, policies, 
                and practices as the Secretary considers 
                necessary; and
                  (B) applicable law (including regulations); 
                and
          (2) in a manner consistent with the purposes 
        described in subsection (b).
  (g) Wildfire, Insect, and Disease Management.--Consistent 
with this section, the Secretary may take any measures within 
the conservation management area that the Secretary determines 
to be necessary to control fire, insects, and diseases, 
including the coordination of those activities with a State or 
local agency.
  (h) Acquisition and Incorporation of Land and Interests in 
Land.--
          (1) Acquisition authority.--In accordance with 
        applicable laws (including regulations), the Secretary 
        may acquire any land or interest in land within or 
        adjacent to the boundaries of the conservation 
        management area by purchase from willing sellers, 
        donation, or exchange.
          (2) Incorporation.--Any land or interest in land 
        acquired by the Secretary under paragraph (1) shall 
        be--
                  (A) incorporated into, and administered as 
                part of, the conservation management area; and
                  (B) withdrawn in accordance with subsection 
                (i).
  (i) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, all 
Federal land located in the conservation management area is 
withdrawn from--
          (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal 
        under the public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patenting under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral 
        materials, and geothermal leasing laws.

                       Subtitle D--Miscellaneous

SEC. 241. MAPS AND LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS.

  (a) In General.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall prepare maps and 
legal descriptions of the--
          (1) wilderness areas and wilderness additions 
        designated by section 231;
          (2) potential wilderness areas designated by section 
        233;
          (3) South Fork Trinity-Mad River Restoration Area;
          (4) Horse Mountain Special Management Area; and
          (5) Sanhedrin Special Conservation Management Area.
  (b) Submission of Maps and Legal Descriptions.--The Secretary 
shall file the maps and legal descriptions prepared under 
subsection (a) with--
          (1) the Committee on Natural Resources of the House 
        of Representatives; and
          (2) the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of 
        the Senate.
  (c) Force of Law.--The maps and legal descriptions prepared 
under subsection (a) shall have the same force and effect as if 
included in this title, except that the Secretary may correct 
any clerical and typographical errors in the maps and legal 
descriptions.
  (d) Public Availability.--The maps and legal descriptions 
prepared under subsection (a) shall be on file and available 
for public inspection in the appropriate offices of the Forest 
Service, Bureau of Land Management, and National Park Service.

SEC. 242. UPDATES TO LAND AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANS.

  As soon as practicable, in accordance with applicable laws 
(including regulations), the Secretary shall incorporate the 
designations and studies required by this title into updated 
management plans for units covered by this title.

SEC. 243. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY UTILITY FACILITIES AND 
                    RIGHTS-OF-WAY.

  (a) Effect of Act.--Nothing in this title--
          (1) affects any validly issued right-of-way for the 
        customary operation, maintenance, upgrade, repair, 
        relocation within an existing right-of-way, 
        replacement, or other authorized activity (including 
        the use of any mechanized vehicle, helicopter, and 
        other aerial device) in a right-of-way acquired by or 
        issued, granted, or permitted to Pacific Gas and 
        Electric Company (including any predecessor or 
        successor in interest or assign) that is located on 
        land included in the South Fork Trinity--Mad River 
        Restoration Area, Bigfoot National Recreation Trail, 
        Sanhedrin Special Conservation Management Area, and 
        Horse Mountain Special Management Area; or
          (2) prohibits the upgrading or replacement of any--
                  (A) utility facilities of the Pacific Gas and 
                Electric Company, including those utility 
                facilities known on the date of enactment of 
                this Act within the--
                          (i) South Fork Trinity--Mad River 
                        Restoration Area known as--
                                  (I) Gas Transmission Line 
                                177A or rights-of-way;
                                  (II) Gas Transmission Line 
                                DFM 1312-02 or rights-of-way;
                                  (III) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Bridgeville--Cottonwood 
                                115 kV or rights-of-way;
                                  (IV) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Humboldt--Trinity 60 kV or 
                                rights-of-way;
                                  (V) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Humboldt--Trinity 115 kV 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (VI) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Maple Creek--Hoopa 60 kV 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (VII) Electric Distribution 
                                Line--Willow Creek 1101 12 kV 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (VIII) Electric Distribution 
                                Line--Willow Creek 1103 12 kV 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (IX) Electric Distribution 
                                Line--Low Gap 1101 12 kV or 
                                rights-of-way;
                                  (X) Electric Distribution 
                                Line--Fort Seward 1121 12 kV or 
                                rights-of-way;
                                  (XI) Forest Glen Border 
                                District Regulator Station or 
                                rights-of-way;
                                  (XII) Durret District Gas 
                                Regulator Station or rights-of-
                                way;
                                  (XIII) Gas Distribution Line 
                                4269C or rights-of-way;
                                  (XIV) Gas Distribution Line 
                                43991 or rights-of-way;
                                  (XV) Gas Distribution Line 
                                4993D or rights-of-way;
                                  (XVI) Sportsmans Club 
                                District Gas Regulator Station 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (XVII) Highway 36 and Zenia 
                                District Gas Regulator Station 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (XVIII) Dinsmore Lodge 2nd 
                                Stage Gas Regulator Station or 
                                rights-of-way;
                                  (XIX) Electric Distribution 
                                Line--Wildwood 1101 12kV or 
                                rights-of-way;
                                  (XX) Low Gap Substation;
                                  (XXI) Hyampom Switching 
                                Station; or
                                  (XXII) Wildwood Substation;
                          (ii) Bigfoot National Recreation 
                        Trail known as--
                                  (I) Gas Transmission Line 
                                177A or rights-of-way;
                                  (II) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Humboldt--Trinity 115 kV 
                                or rights-of-way;
                                  (III) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Bridgeville--Cottonwood 
                                115 kV or rights-of-way; or
                                  (IV) Electric Transmission 
                                Line Humboldt--Trinity 60 kV or 
                                rights-of-way;
                          (iii) Sanhedrin Special Conservation 
                        Management Area known as, Electric 
                        Distribution Line--Willits 1103 12 kV 
                        or rights-of-way; or
                          (iv) Horse Mountain Special 
                        Management Area known as, Electric 
                        Distribution Line Willow Creek 1101 12 
                        kV or rights-of-way; or
                  (B) utility facilities of the Pacific Gas and 
                Electric Company in rights-of-way issued, 
                granted, or permitted by the Secretary adjacent 
                to a utility facility referred to in paragraph 
                (1).
  (b) Plans for Access.--Not later than 1 year after the date 
of enactment of this subtitle or the issuance of a new utility 
facility right-of-way within the South Fork Trinity--Mad River 
Restoration Area, Bigfoot National Recreation Trail, Sanhedrin 
Special Conservation Management Area, and Horse Mountain 
Special Management Area, whichever is later, the Secretary, in 
consultation with the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, shall 
publish plans for regular and emergency access by the Pacific 
Gas and Electric Company to the rights-of-way of the Pacific 
Gas and Electric Company.

              TITLE III--CENTRAL COAST HERITAGE PROTECTION

SEC. 301. SHORT TITLE.

  This title may be cited as the ``Central Coast Heritage 
Protection Act''.

SEC. 302. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Scenic areas.--The term ``scenic area'' means a 
        scenic area designated by section 308(a).
          (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means--
                  (A) with respect to land managed by the 
                Bureau of Land Management, the Secretary of the 
                Interior; and
                  (B) with respect to land managed by the 
                Forest Service, the Secretary of Agriculture.
          (3) State.--The term ``State'' means the State of 
        California.
          (4) Wilderness area.--The term ``wilderness area'' 
        means a wilderness area or wilderness addition 
        designated by section 303(a).

SEC. 303. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS.

  (a) In General.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following areas in the State are 
designated as wilderness areas and as components of the 
National Wilderness Preservation System:
          (1) Certain land in the Bakersfield Field Office of 
        the Bureau of Land Management comprising approximately 
        35,116 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Proposed Caliente Mountain Wilderness'' and dated 
        November 13, 2019, which shall be known as the 
        ``Caliente Mountain Wilderness''.
          (2) Certain land in the Bakersfield Field Office of 
        the Bureau of Land Management comprising approximately 
        13,332 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Proposed Soda Lake Wilderness'' and dated June 25, 
        2019, which shall be known as the ``Soda Lake 
        Wilderness''.
          (3) Certain land in the Bakersfield Field Office of 
        the Bureau of Land Management comprising approximately 
        12,585 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Proposed Temblor Range Wilderness'' and dated June 
        25, 2019, which shall be known as the ``Temblor Range 
        Wilderness''.
          (4) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 23,670 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Chumash Wilderness Area 
        Additions--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, which 
        shall be incorporated into and managed as part of the 
        Chumash Wilderness as designated by the Los Padres 
        Condor Range and River Protection Act (Public Law 102-
        301; 106 Stat. 242).
          (5) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 54,036 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the maps entitled ``Dick Smith Wilderness 
        Area Additions--Proposed Map 1 of 2 (Bear Canyon and 
        Cuyama Peak Units)'' and ``Dick Smith Wilderness Area 
        Additions--Proposed Map 2 of 2 (Buckhorn and Mono 
        Units)'' and dated November 14, 2019, which shall be 
        incorporated into and managed as part of the Dick Smith 
        Wilderness as designated by the California Wilderness 
        Act of 1984 (Public Law 98-425; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note).
          (6) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        and the Bakersfield Field Office of the Bureau of Land 
        Management comprising approximately 7,289 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Garcia 
        Wilderness Area Additions--Proposed'' and dated March 
        29, 2019, which shall be incorporated into and managed 
        as part of the Garcia Wilderness as designated by the 
        Los Padres Condor Range and River Protection Act 
        (Public Law 102-301; 106 Stat. 242).
          (7) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        and the Bakersfield Field Office of the Bureau of Land 
        Management comprising approximately 8,774 acres, as 
        generally depicted on the map entitled ``Machesna 
        Mountain Wilderness--Proposed Additions'' and dated 
        October 30, 2019, which shall be incorporated into and 
        managed as part of the Machesna Mountain Wilderness as 
        designated by the California Wilderness Act of 1984 
        (Public Law 98-425; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note).
          (8) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 30,184 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Matilija Wilderness Area 
        Additions--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, which 
        shall be incorporated into and managed as part of the 
        Matilija Wilderness as designated by the Los Padres 
        Condor Range and River Protection Act (Public Law 102-
        301; 106 Stat. 242).
          (9) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 23,969 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``San Rafael Wilderness 
        Area Additions--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, 
        which shall be incorporated into and managed as part of 
        the San Rafael Wilderness as designated by Public Law 
        90-271 (82 Stat. 51), the California Wilderness Act of 
        1984 (Public Law 98-425; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note), and the 
        Los Padres Condor Range and River Protection Act 
        (Public Law 102-301; 106 Stat. 242).
          (10) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 2,921 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Santa Lucia Wilderness 
        Area Additions--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, 
        which shall be incorporated into and managed as part of 
        the Santa Lucia Wilderness as designated by the 
        Endangered American Wilderness Act of 1978 (Public Law 
        95-237; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note).
          (11) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 14,313 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Sespe Wilderness Area 
        Additions--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, which 
        shall be incorporated into and managed as part of the 
        Sespe Wilderness as designated by the Los Padres Condor 
        Range and River Protection Act (Public Law 102-301; 106 
        Stat. 242).
          (12) Certain land in the Los Padres National Forest 
        comprising approximately 17,870 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Diablo Caliente 
        Wilderness Area--Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, 
        which shall be known as the ``Diablo Caliente 
        Wilderness''.
  (b) Maps and Legal Descriptions.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file 
        maps and legal descriptions of the wilderness areas 
        with--
                  (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (2) Force of law.--The maps and legal descriptions 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary may correct any clerical and typographical 
        errors in the maps and legal descriptions.
          (3) Public availability.--The maps and legal 
        descriptions filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Forest Service and Bureau of Land 
        Management.

SEC. 304. DESIGNATION OF THE MACHESNA MOUNTAIN POTENTIAL WILDERNESS.

  (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in the 
Los Padres National Forest comprising approximately 2,359 
acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Machesna 
Mountain Potential Wilderness'' and dated March 29, 2019, is 
designated as the Machesna Mountain Potential Wilderness Area.
  (b) Map and Legal Description.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file 
        a map and legal description of the Machesna Mountain 
        Potential Wilderness Area (referred to in this section 
        as the ``potential wilderness area'') with--
                  (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary may correct any clerical and typographical 
        errors in the map and legal description.
          (3) Public availability.--The map and legal 
        description filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Forest Service.
  (c) Management.--Except as provided in subsection (d) and 
subject to valid existing rights, the Secretary shall manage 
the potential wilderness area in accordance with the Wilderness 
Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
  (d) Trail Use, Construction, Reconstruction, and 
Realignment.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with paragraph (2), 
        the Secretary may reconstruct, realign, or reroute the 
        Pine Mountain Trail.
          (2) Requirement.--In carrying out the reconstruction, 
        realignment, or rerouting under paragraph (1), the 
        Secretary shall--
                  (A) comply with all existing laws (including 
                regulations); and
                  (B) to the maximum extent practicable, use 
                the minimum tool or administrative practice 
                necessary to accomplish the reconstruction, 
                realignment, or rerouting with the least amount 
                of adverse impact on wilderness character and 
                resources.
          (3) Motorized vehicles and machinery.--In accordance 
        with paragraph (2), the Secretary may use motorized 
        vehicles and machinery to carry out the trail 
        reconstruction, realignment, or rerouting authorized by 
        this subsection.
          (4) Motorized and mechanized vehicles.--The Secretary 
        may permit the use of motorized and mechanized vehicles 
        on the existing Pine Mountain Trail in accordance with 
        existing law (including regulations) and this 
        subsection until such date as the potential wilderness 
        area is designated as wilderness in accordance with 
        subsection (h).
  (e) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
Federal land in the potential wilderness area is withdrawn from 
all forms of--
          (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral 
        and geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
  (f) Cooperative Agreements.--In carrying out this section, 
the Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements with State, 
Tribal, and local governmental entities and private entities to 
complete the trail reconstruction, realignment, or rerouting 
authorized by subsection (d).
  (g) Boundaries.--The Secretary shall modify the boundary of 
the potential wilderness area to exclude any area within 150 
feet of the centerline of the new location of any trail that 
has been reconstructed, realigned, or rerouted under subsection 
(d).
  (h) Wilderness Designation.--
          (1) In general.--The potential wilderness area, as 
        modified under subsection (g), shall be designated as 
        wilderness and as a component of the National 
        Wilderness Preservation System on the earlier of--
                  (A) the date on which the Secretary publishes 
                in the Federal Register notice that the trail 
                reconstruction, realignment, or rerouting 
                authorized by subsection (d) has been 
                completed; or
                  (B) the date that is 20 years after the date 
                of enactment of this Act.
          (2) Administration of wilderness.--On designation as 
        wilderness under this section, the potential wilderness 
        area shall be--
                  (A) incorporated into the Machesna Mountain 
                Wilderness Area, as designated by the 
                California Wilderness Act of 1984 (Public Law 
                98-425; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note) and expanded by 
                section 303; and
                  (B) administered in accordance with section 
                305 and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
                seq.).

SEC. 305. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS.

  (a) In General.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
wilderness areas shall be administered by the Secretary in 
accordance with this title and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
1131 et seq.), except that--
          (1) any reference in the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1131 et seq.) to the effective date of that Act shall 
        be considered to be a reference to the date of 
        enactment of this Act; and
          (2) any reference in the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1131 et seq.) to the Secretary of Agriculture shall be 
        considered to be a reference to the Secretary that has 
        jurisdiction over the wilderness area.
  (b) Fire Management and Related Activities.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may take any measures 
        in a wilderness area as are necessary for the control 
        of fire, insects, and diseases in accordance with 
        section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1133(d)(1)) and House Report 98-40 of the 98th 
        Congress.
          (2) Funding priorities.--Nothing in this title limits 
        funding for fire and fuels management in the wilderness 
        areas.
          (3) Revision and development of local fire management 
        plans.--As soon as practicable after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall amend the 
        local information in the Fire Management Reference 
        System or individual operational plans that apply to 
        the land designated as a wilderness area.
          (4) Administration.--Consistent with paragraph (1) 
        and other applicable Federal law, to ensure a timely 
        and efficient response to fire emergencies in the 
        wilderness areas, the Secretary shall enter into 
        agreements with appropriate State or local firefighting 
        agencies.
  (c) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in the wilderness 
areas, if established before the date of enactment of this Act, 
shall be permitted to continue, subject to any reasonable 
regulations as the Secretary considers necessary in accordance 
with--
          (1) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1133(d)(4));
          (2) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of House 
        Report 101-405, accompanying H.R. 2570 of the 101st 
        Congress for land under the jurisdiction of the 
        Secretary of the Interior;
          (3) the guidelines set forth in House Report 96-617, 
        accompanying H.R. 5487 of the 96th Congress for land 
        under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of Agriculture; 
        and
          (4) all other laws governing livestock grazing on 
        Federal public land.
  (d) Fish and Wildlife.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with section 4(d)(7) 
        of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), nothing 
        in this title affects the jurisdiction or 
        responsibilities of the State with respect to fish and 
        wildlife on public land in the State.
          (2) Management activities.--In furtherance of the 
        purposes and principles of the Wilderness Act (16 
        U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the Secretary may conduct any 
        management activities that are necessary to maintain or 
        restore fish and wildlife populations and habitats in 
        the wilderness areas, if the management activities 
        are--
                  (A) consistent with relevant wilderness 
                management plans;
                  (B) conducted in accordance with appropriate 
                policies, such as the policies established in 
                Appendix B of House Report 101-405; and
                  (C) in accordance with memoranda of 
                understanding between the Federal agencies and 
                the State Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  (e) Buffer Zones.--
          (1) In general.--Congress does not intend for the 
        designation of wilderness areas by this title to lead 
        to the creation of protective perimeters or buffer 
        zones around each wilderness area.
          (2) Activities or uses up to boundaries.--The fact 
        that nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or 
        heard from within a wilderness area shall not, of 
        itself, preclude the activities or uses up to the 
        boundary of the wilderness area.
  (f) Military Activities.--Nothing in this title precludes--
          (1) low-level overflights of military aircraft over 
        the wilderness areas;
          (2) the designation of new units of special airspace 
        over the wilderness areas; or
          (3) the use or establishment of military flight 
        training routes over wilderness areas.
  (g) Horses.--Nothing in this title precludes horseback riding 
in, or the entry of recreational saddle or pack stock into, a 
wilderness area--
          (1) in accordance with section 4(d)(5) of the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(5)); and
          (2) subject to any terms and conditions determined to 
        be necessary by the Secretary.
  (h) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
wilderness areas are withdrawn from--
          (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal 
        under the public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral 
        and geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
  (i) Incorporation of Acquired Land and Interests.--Any land 
within the boundary of a wilderness area that is acquired by 
the United States shall--
          (1) become part of the wilderness area in which the 
        land is located; and
          (2) be managed in accordance with--
                  (A) this section;
                  (B) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
                seq.); and
                  (C) any other applicable law.
  (j) Climatological Data Collection.--In accordance with the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) and subject to terms 
and conditions as the Secretary may prescribe, the Secretary 
may authorize the installation and maintenance of hydrologic, 
meteorologic, or climatological collection devices in the 
wilderness areas if the Secretary determines that the 
facilities and access to the facilities are essential to flood 
warning, flood control, or water reservoir operation 
activities.

SEC. 306. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.

  (a) Indian Creek, Mono Creek, and Matilija Creek, 
California.--Section 3(a) of the National Wild and Scenic 
Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding at the end 
the following:
          ``(231) Indian creek, california.--The following 
        segments of Indian Creek in the State of California, to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 9.5-mile segment of Indian Creek 
                from its source in sec. 19, T. 7 N., R. 26 W., 
                to the Dick Smith Wilderness boundary, as a 
                wild river.
                  ``(B) The 1-mile segment of Indian Creek from 
                the Dick Smith Wilderness boundary to 0.25 
                miles downstream of Road 6N24, as a scenic 
                river.
                  ``(C) The 3.9-mile segment of Indian Creek 
                from 0.25 miles downstream of Road 6N24 to the 
                southern boundary of sec. 32, T. 6 N., R. 26 
                W., as a wild river.
          ``(232) Mono creek, california.--The following 
        segments of Mono Creek in the State of California, to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 4.2-mile segment of Mono Creek from 
                its source in sec. 1, T. 7 N., R. 26 W., to 
                0.25 miles upstream of Don Victor Fire Road in 
                sec. 28, T. 7 N., R. 25 W., as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 2.1-mile segment of Mono Creek from 
                0.25 miles upstream of the Don Victor Fire Road 
                in sec. 28, T. 7 N., R. 25 W., to 0.25 miles 
                downstream of Don Victor Fire Road in sec. 34, 
                T. 7 N., R. 25 W., as a recreational river.
                  ``(C) The 14.7-mile segment of Mono Creek 
                from 0.25 miles downstream of Don Victor Fire 
                Road in sec. 34, T. 7 N., R. 25 W., to the 
                Ogilvy Ranch private property boundary in sec. 
                22, T. 6 N., R. 26 W., as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The 3.5-mile segment of Mono Creek from 
                the Ogilvy Ranch private property boundary to 
                the southern boundary of sec. 33, T. 6 N., R. 
                26 W., as a recreational river.
          ``(233) Matilija creek, california.--The following 
        segments of Matilija Creek in the State of California, 
        to be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 7.2-mile segment of the Matilija 
                Creek from its source in sec. 25, T. 6 N., R. 
                25 W., to the private property boundary in sec. 
                9, T. 5 N., R. 24 W., as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 7.25-mile segment of the Upper 
                North Fork Matilija Creek from its source in 
                sec. 36, T. 6 N., R. 24 W., to the Matilija 
                Wilderness boundary, as a wild river.''.
  (b) Sespe Creek, California.--Section 3(a) of the National 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by 
striking paragraph (142) and inserting the following:
          ``(142) Sespe creek, california.--The following 
        segments of Sespe Creek in the State of California, to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 2.7-mile segment of Sespe Creek 
                from the private property boundary in sec. 10, 
                T. 6 N., R. 24 W., to the Hartman Ranch private 
                property boundary in sec. 14, T. 6 N., R. 24 
                W., as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 15-mile segment of Sespe Creek from 
                the Hartman Ranch private property boundary in 
                sec. 14, T. 6 N., R. 24 W., to the western 
                boundary of sec. 6, T. 5 N., R. 22 W., as a 
                recreational river.
                  ``(C) The 6.1-mile segment of Sespe Creek 
                from the western boundary of sec. 6, T. 5 N., 
                R. 22 W., to the confluence with Trout Creek, 
                as a scenic river.
                  ``(D) The 28.6-mile segment of Sespe Creek 
                from the confluence with Trout Creek to the 
                southern boundary of sec. 35, T. 5 N., R. 20 
                W., as a wild river.''.
  (c) Sisquoc River, California.--Section 3(a) of the National 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by 
striking paragraph (143) and inserting the following:
          ``(143) Sisquoc river, california.--The following 
        segments of the Sisquoc River and its tributaries in 
        the State of California, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 33-mile segment of the main stem of 
                the Sisquoc River extending from its origin 
                downstream to the Los Padres Forest boundary, 
                as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 4.2-mile segment of the South Fork 
                Sisquoc River from its source northeast of San 
                Rafael Mountain in sec. 2, T. 7 N., R. 28 W., 
                to its confluence with the Sisquoc River, as a 
                wild river.
                  ``(C) The 10.4-mile segment of Manzana Creek 
                from its source west of San Rafael Peak in sec. 
                4, T. 7 N., R. 28 W., to the San Rafael 
                Wilderness boundary upstream of Nira 
                Campground, as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The 0.6-mile segment of Manzana Creek 
                from the San Rafael Wilderness boundary 
                upstream of the Nira Campground to the San 
                Rafael Wilderness boundary downstream of the 
                confluence of Davy Brown Creek, as a 
                recreational river.
                  ``(E) The 5.8-mile segment of Manzana Creek 
                from the San Rafael Wilderness boundary 
                downstream of the confluence of Davy Brown 
                Creek to the private property boundary in sec. 
                1, T. 8 N., R. 30 W., as a wild river.
                  ``(F) The 3.8-mile segment of Manzana Creek 
                from the private property boundary in sec. 1, 
                T. 8 N., R. 30 W., to the confluence of the 
                Sisquoc River, as a recreational river.
                  ``(G) The 3.4-mile segment of Davy Brown 
                Creek from its source west of Ranger Peak in 
                sec. 32, T. 8 N., R. 29 W., to 300 feet 
                upstream of its confluence with Munch Canyon, 
                as a wild river.
                  ``(H) The 1.4-mile segment of Davy Brown 
                Creek from 300 feet upstream of its confluence 
                with Munch Canyon to its confluence with 
                Manzana Creek, as a recreational river.
                  ``(I) The 2-mile segment of Munch Canyon from 
                its source north of Ranger Peak in sec. 33, T. 
                8 N., R. 29 W., to 300 feet upstream of its 
                confluence with Sunset Valley Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(J) The 0.5-mile segment of Munch Canyon 
                from 300 feet upstream of its confluence with 
                Sunset Valley Creek to its confluence with Davy 
                Brown Creek, as a recreational river.
                  ``(K) The 2.6-mile segment of Fish Creek from 
                500 feet downstream of Sunset Valley Road to 
                its confluence with Manzana Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(L) The 1.5-mile segment of East Fork Fish 
                Creek from its source in sec. 26, T. 8 N., R. 
                29 W., to its confluence with Fish Creek, as a 
                wild river.''.
  (d) Piru Creek, California.--Section 3(a) of the National 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by 
striking paragraph (199) and inserting the following:
          ``(199) Piru creek, california.--The following 
        segments of Piru Creek in the State of California, to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture:
                  ``(A) The 9.1-mile segment of Piru Creek from 
                its source in sec. 3, T. 6 N., R. 22 W., to the 
                private property boundary in sec. 4, T. 6 N., 
                R. 21 W., as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 17.2-mile segment of Piru Creek 
                from the private property boundary in sec. 4, 
                T. 6 N., R. 21 W., to 0.25 miles downstream of 
                the Gold Hill Road, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The 4.1-mile segment of Piru Creek from 
                0.25 miles downstream of Gold Hill Road to the 
                confluence with Trail Canyon, as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The 7.25-mile segment of Piru Creek 
                from the confluence with Trail Canyon to the 
                confluence with Buck Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(E) The 3-mile segment of Piru Creek from 
                0.5 miles downstream of Pyramid Dam at the 
                first bridge crossing to the boundary of the 
                Sespe Wilderness, as a recreational river.
                  ``(F) The 13-mile segment of Piru Creek from 
                the boundary of the Sespe Wilderness to the 
                boundary of the Sespe Wilderness, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(G) The 2.2-mile segment of Piru Creek from 
                the boundary of the Sespe Wilderness to the 
                upper limit of Piru Reservoir, as a 
                recreational river.''.
  (e) Effect.--The designation of additional miles of Piru 
Creek under subsection (d) shall not affect valid water rights 
in existence on the date of enactment of this Act.
  (f) Motorized Use of Trails.--Nothing in this section 
(including the amendments made by this section) affects the 
motorized use of trails designated by the Forest Service for 
motorized use that are located adjacent to and crossing upper 
Piru Creek, if the use is consistent with the protection and 
enhancement of river values under the National Wild and Scenic 
Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1271 et seq.).

SEC. 307. DESIGNATION OF THE FOX MOUNTAIN POTENTIAL WILDERNESS.

  (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain land in the 
Los Padres National Forest comprising approximately 41,082 
acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled ``Fox Mountain 
Potential Wilderness Area'' and dated November 14, 2019, is 
designated as the Fox Mountain Potential Wilderness Area.
  (b) Map and Legal Description.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
        Agriculture shall file a map and a legal description of 
        the Fox Mountain Potential Wilderness Area (referred to 
        in this section as the ``potential wilderness area'') 
        with--
                  (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary of Agriculture may correct any clerical and 
        typographical errors in the map and legal description.
          (3) Public availability.--The map and legal 
        description filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Forest Service.
  (c) Management.--Except as provided in subsection (d) and 
subject to valid existing rights, the Secretary shall manage 
the potential wilderness area in accordance with the Wilderness 
Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.).
  (d) Trail Use Construction, Reconstruction, and 
Realignment.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with paragraph (2), 
        the Secretary of Agriculture may--
                  (A) construct a new trail for use by hikers, 
                equestrians, and mechanized vehicles that 
                connects the Aliso Park Campground to the Bull 
                Ridge Trail; and
                  (B) reconstruct or realign--
                          (i) the Bull Ridge Trail; and
                          (ii) the Rocky Ridge Trail.
          (2) Requirement.--In carrying out the construction, 
        reconstruction, or alignment under paragraph (1), the 
        Secretary shall--
                  (A) comply with all existing laws (including 
                regulations); and
                  (B) to the maximum extent practicable, use 
                the minimum tool or administrative practice 
                necessary to accomplish the construction, 
                reconstruction, or alignment with the least 
                amount of adverse impact on wilderness 
                character and resources.
          (3) Motorized vehicles and machinery.--In accordance 
        with paragraph (2), the Secretary may use motorized 
        vehicles and machinery to carry out the trail 
        construction, reconstruction, or realignment authorized 
        by this subsection.
          (4) Mechanized vehicles.--The Secretary may permit 
        the use of mechanized vehicles on the existing Bull 
        Ridge Trail and Rocky Ridge Trail in accordance with 
        existing law (including regulations) and this 
        subsection until such date as the potential wilderness 
        area is designated as wilderness in accordance with 
        subsection (h).
  (e) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
Federal land in the potential wilderness area is withdrawn from 
all forms of--
          (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral 
        and geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
  (f) Cooperative Agreements.--In carrying out this section, 
the Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements with State, 
Tribal, and local governmental entities and private entities to 
complete the trail construction, reconstruction, and 
realignment authorized by subsection (d).
  (g) Boundaries.--The Secretary shall modify the boundary of 
the potential wilderness area to exclude any area within 50 
feet of the centerline of the new location of any trail that 
has been constructed, reconstructed, or realigned under 
subsection (d).
  (h) Wilderness Designation.--
          (1) In general.--The potential wilderness area, as 
        modified under subsection (g), shall be designated as 
        wilderness and as a component of the National 
        Wilderness Preservation System on the earlier of--
                  (A) the date on which the Secretary publishes 
                in the Federal Register notice that the trail 
                construction, reconstruction, or alignment 
                authorized by subsection (d) has been 
                completed; or
                  (B) the date that is 20 years after the date 
                of enactment of this Act.
          (2) Administration of wilderness.--On designation as 
        wilderness under this section, the potential wilderness 
        area shall be--
                  (A) incorporated into the San Rafael 
                Wilderness, as designated by Public Law 90-271 
                (82 Stat. 51), the California Wilderness Act of 
                1984 (Public Law 98-425; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note), 
                and the Los Padres Condor Range and River 
                Protection Act (Public Law 102-301; 106 Stat. 
                242), and section 303; and
                  (B) administered in accordance with section 
                305 and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
                seq.).

SEC. 308. DESIGNATION OF SCENIC AREAS.

  (a) In General.--Subject to valid existing rights, there are 
established the following scenic areas:
          (1) Condor ridge scenic area.--Certain land in the 
        Los Padres National Forest comprising approximately 
        18,666 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Condor Ridge Scenic Area--Proposed'' and dated March 
        29, 2019, which shall be known as the ``Condor Ridge 
        Scenic Area''.
          (2) Black mountain scenic area.--Certain land in the 
        Los Padres National Forest and the Bakersfield Field 
        Office of the Bureau of Land Management comprising 
        approximately 16,216 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Black Mountain Scenic Area--
        Proposed'' and dated March 29, 2019, which shall be 
        known as the ``Black Mountain Scenic Area''.
  (b) Maps and Legal Descriptions.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
        Agriculture shall file a map and legal description of 
        the Condor Ridge Scenic Area and Black Mountain Scenic 
        Area with--
                  (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (2) Force of law.--The maps and legal descriptions 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary of Agriculture may correct any clerical and 
        typographical errors in the maps and legal 
        descriptions.
          (3) Public availability.--The maps and legal 
        descriptions filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Forest Service and Bureau of Land 
        Management.
  (c) Purpose.--The purpose of the scenic areas is to conserve, 
protect, and enhance for the benefit and enjoyment of present 
and future generations the ecological, scenic, wildlife, 
recreational, cultural, historical, natural, educational, and 
scientific resources of the scenic areas.
  (d) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall administer the 
        scenic areas--
                  (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and 
                enhances the resources of the scenic areas, and 
                in particular the scenic character attributes 
                of the scenic areas; and
                  (B) in accordance with--
                          (i) this section;
                          (ii) the Federal Land Policy and 
                        Management Act (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) 
                        for land under the jurisdiction of the 
                        Secretary of the Interior;
                          (iii) any laws (including 
                        regulations) relating to the National 
                        Forest System, for land under the 
                        jurisdiction of the Secretary of 
                        Agriculture; and
                          (iv) any other applicable law 
                        (including regulations).
          (2) Uses.--The Secretary shall only allow those uses 
        of the scenic areas that the Secretary determines would 
        further the purposes described in subsection (c).
  (e) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
Federal land in the scenic areas is withdrawn from all forms 
of--
          (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under all laws pertaining to mineral 
        and geothermal leasing or mineral materials.
  (f) Prohibited Uses.--The following shall be prohibited on 
the Federal land within the scenic areas:
          (1) Permanent roads.
          (2) Permanent structures.
          (3) Timber harvesting except when necessary for the 
        purposes described in subsection (g).
          (4) Transmission lines.
          (5) Except as necessary to meet the minimum 
        requirements for the administration of the scenic areas 
        and to protect public health and safety--
                  (A) the use of motorized vehicles; or
                  (B) the establishment of temporary roads.
          (6) Commercial enterprises, except as necessary for 
        realizing the purposes of the scenic areas.
  (g) Wildfire, Insect, and Disease Management.--Consistent 
with this section, the Secretary may take any measures in the 
scenic areas that the Secretary determines to be necessary to 
control fire, insects, and diseases, including, as the 
Secretary determines to be appropriate, the coordination of 
those activities with the State or a local agency.
  (h) Adjacent Management.--The fact that an otherwise 
authorized activity or use can be seen or heard within a scenic 
area shall not preclude the activity or use outside the 
boundary of the scenic area.

SEC. 309. CONDOR NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL.

  (a) In General.--The contiguous trail established pursuant to 
this section shall be known as the ``Condor National Scenic 
Trail'' named after the California condor, a critically 
endangered bird species that lives along the extent of the 
trail corridor.
  (b) Purpose.--The purposes of the Condor National Scenic 
Trail are to--
          (1) provide a continual extended hiking corridor that 
        connects the southern and northern portions of the Los 
        Padres National Forest, spanning the entire length of 
        the forest along the coastal mountains of southern and 
        central California; and
          (2) provide for the public enjoyment of the 
        nationally significant scenic, historic, natural, and 
        cultural qualities of the Los Padres National Forest.
  (c) Amendment.--Section 5(a) of the National Trails System 
Act (16 U.S.C. 1244(a)) is amended by adding at the end the 
following:
          ``(31) Condor national scenic trail.--
                  ``(A) In general.--The Condor National Scenic 
                Trail, a trail extending approximately 400 
                miles from Lake Piru in the southern portion of 
                the Los Padres National Forest to the Bottchers 
                Gap Campground in northern portion of the Los 
                Padres National Forest.
                  ``(B) Administration.--The trail shall be 
                administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, 
                in consultation with--
                          ``(i) other Federal, State, Tribal, 
                        regional, and local agencies;
                          ``(ii) private landowners; and
                          ``(iii) other interested 
                        organizations.
                  ``(C) Recreational uses.--Notwithstanding 
                section 7(c), the use of motorized vehicles on 
                roads or trails included in the Condor National 
                Scenic Trail on which motorized vehicles are 
                permitted as of the date of enactment of this 
                paragraph may be permitted.
                  ``(D) Private property rights.--
                          ``(i) Prohibition.--The Secretary 
                        shall not acquire for the trail any 
                        land or interest in land outside the 
                        exterior boundary of any federally 
                        managed area without the consent of the 
                        owner of land or interest in land.
                          ``(ii) Effect.--Nothing in this 
                        paragraph--
                                  ``(I) requires any private 
                                property owner to allow public 
                                access (including Federal, 
                                State, or local government 
                                access) to private property; or
                                  ``(II) modifies any provision 
                                of Federal, State, or local law 
                                with respect to public access 
                                to or use of private land.
                  ``(E) Realignment.--The Secretary of 
                Agriculture may realign segments of the Condor 
                National Scenic Trail as necessary to fulfill 
                the purposes of the trail.
                  ``(F) Map.--A map generally depicting the 
                trail described in subparagraph (A) shall be on 
                file and available for public inspection in the 
                appropriate offices of the Forest Service.''.
  (d) Study.--
          (1) Study required.--Not later than 3 years after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, in accordance with this 
        section, the Secretary of Agriculture shall conduct a 
        study that--
                  (A) addresses the feasibility of, and 
                alternatives for, connecting the northern and 
                southern portions of the Los Padres National 
                Forest by establishing a trail across the 
                applicable portions of the northern and 
                southern Santa Lucia Mountains of the southern 
                California Coastal Range; and
                  (B) considers realignment of the trail or 
                construction of new trail segments to avoid 
                existing trail segments that currently allow 
                motorized vehicles.
          (2) Contents.--In carrying out the study required by 
        paragraph (1), the Secretary of Agriculture shall--
                  (A) conform to the requirements for national 
                scenic trail studies described in section 5(b) 
                of the National Trails System Act (16 U.S.C. 
                1244(b));
                  (B) provide for a continual hiking route 
                through and connecting the southern and 
                northern sections of the Los Padres National 
                Forest;
                  (C) promote recreational, scenic, wilderness 
                and cultural values;
                  (D) enhance connectivity with the overall 
                National Forest trail system;
                  (E) consider new connectors and realignment 
                of existing trails;
                  (F) emphasize safe and continuous public 
                access, dispersal from high-use areas, and 
                suitable water sources; and
                  (G) to the extent practicable, provide all-
                year use.
          (3) Additional requirement.--In completing the study 
        required by paragraph (1), the Secretary of Agriculture 
        shall consult with--
                  (A) appropriate Federal, State, Tribal, 
                regional, and local agencies;
                  (B) private landowners;
                  (C) nongovernmental organizations; and
                  (D) members of the public.
          (4) Submission.--The Secretary of Agriculture shall 
        submit the study required by paragraph (1) to--
                  (A) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate.
          (5) Additions and alterations to the condor national 
        scenic trail.--
                  (A) In general.--Upon completion of the study 
                required by paragraph (1), if the Secretary of 
                Agriculture determines that additional or 
                alternative trail segments are feasible for 
                inclusion in the Condor National Scenic Trail, 
                the Secretary of Agriculture shall include 
                those segments in the Condor National Scenic 
                Trail.
                  (B) Effective date.--Additions or 
                alternations to the Condor National Scenic 
                Trail shall be effective on the date the 
                Secretary of Agriculture publishes in the 
                Federal Register notice that the additional or 
                alternative segments are included in the Condor 
                National Scenic Trail.
  (e) Cooperative Agreements.--In carrying out this section 
(including the amendments made by this section), the Secretary 
of Agriculture may enter into cooperative agreements with 
State, Tribal, and local government entities and private 
entities to complete needed trail construction, reconstruction, 
and realignment projects authorized by this section (including 
the amendments made by this section).

SEC. 310. FOREST SERVICE STUDY.

  Not later than 6 years after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary of Agriculture (acting through the Chief of 
the Forest Service) shall study the feasibility of opening a 
new trail, for vehicles measuring 50 inches or less, connecting 
Forest Service Highway 95 to the existing off-highway vehicle 
trail system in the Ballinger Canyon off-highway vehicle area.

SEC. 311. NONMOTORIZED RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES.

  Not later than 6 years after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary of Agriculture, in consultation with 
interested parties, shall conduct a study to improve 
nonmotorized recreation trail opportunities (including mountain 
bicycling) on land not designated as wilderness within the 
Santa Barbara, Ojai, and Mt. Pinos ranger districts.

SEC. 312. USE BY MEMBERS OF TRIBES.

  (a) Access.--The Secretary shall ensure that Tribes have 
access, in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 
et seq.), to the wilderness areas, scenic areas, and potential 
wilderness areas designated by this title for traditional 
cultural and religious purposes.
  (b) Temporary Closures.--
          (1) In general.--In carrying out this section, the 
        Secretary, on request of a Tribe, may temporarily close 
        to the general public one or more specific portions of 
        a wilderness area, scenic area, or potential wilderness 
        area designated by this title to protect the privacy of 
        the members of the Tribe in the conduct of traditional 
        cultural and religious activities.
          (2) Requirement.--Any closure under paragraph (1) 
        shall be--
                  (A) made in such a manner as to affect the 
                smallest practicable area for the minimum 
                period of time necessary for the activity to be 
                carried out; and
                  (B) be consistent with the purpose and intent 
                of Public Law 95-341 (commonly known as the 
                American Indian Religious Freedom Act) (42 
                U.S.C. 1996) and the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
                1131 et seq.).

    TITLE IV--SAN GABRIEL MOUNTAINS FOOTHILLS AND RIVERS PROTECTION

SEC. 401. SHORT TITLE.

  This title may be cited as the ``San Gabriel Mountains 
Foothills and Rivers Protection Act''.

SEC. 402. DEFINITION OF STATE.

  In this title, the term ``State'' means the State of 
California.

            Subtitle A--San Gabriel National Recreation Area

SEC. 411. PURPOSES.

  The purposes of this subtitle are--
          (1) to conserve, protect, and enhance for the benefit 
        and enjoyment of present and future generations the 
        ecological, scenic, wildlife, recreational, cultural, 
        historical, natural, educational, and scientific 
        resources of the Recreation Area;
          (2) to provide environmentally responsible, well-
        managed recreational opportunities within the 
        Recreation Area;
          (3) to improve access to and from the Recreation 
        Area;
          (4) to provide expanded educational and interpretive 
        services to increase public understanding of, and 
        appreciation for, the natural and cultural resources of 
        the Recreation Area;
          (5) to facilitate the cooperative management of the 
        land and resources within the Recreation Area, in 
        collaboration with the State and political subdivisions 
        of the State, historical, business, cultural, civic, 
        recreational, tourism and other nongovernmental 
        organizations, and the public; and
          (6) to allow the continued use of the Recreation Area 
        by all individuals, entities, and local government 
        agencies in activities relating to integrated water 
        management, flood protection, water conservation, water 
        quality, water rights, water supply, groundwater 
        recharge and monitoring, wastewater treatment, public 
        roads and bridges, and utilities within or adjacent to 
        the Recreation Area.

SEC. 412. DEFINITIONS.

  In this subtitle:
          (1) Adjudication.--The term ``adjudication'' means 
        any final judgment, order, ruling, or decree entered in 
        any judicial proceeding adjudicating or affecting water 
        rights, surface water management, or groundwater 
        management.
          (2) Advisory council.--The term ``Advisory Council'' 
        means the San Gabriel National Recreation Area Public 
        Advisory Council established under section 417(a).
          (3) Federal lands.--The term ``Federal lands'' 
        means--
                  (A) public lands under the jurisdiction of 
                the Secretary of the Interior; and
                  (B) lands under the jurisdiction of the 
                Secretary of Defense, acting through the Chief 
                of Engineers.
          (4) Management plan.--The term ``management plan'' 
        means the management plan for the Recreation Area 
        required under section 414(d).
          (5) Partnership.--The term ``Partnership'' means the 
        San Gabriel National Recreation Area Partnership 
        established by section 418(a).
          (6) Public water system.--The term ``public water 
        system'' has the meaning given the term in 42 U.S.C. 
        300(f)(4) or in section 116275 of the California Health 
        and Safety Code.
          (7) Recreation area.--The term ``Recreation Area'' 
        means the San Gabriel National Recreation Area 
        established by section 413(a).
          (8) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of the Interior.
          (9) Utility facility.--The term ``utility facility'' 
        means--
                  (A) any electric substations, communication 
                facilities, towers, poles, and lines, ground 
                wires, communication circuits, and other 
                structures, and related infrastructure; and
                  (B) any such facilities associated with a 
                public water system.
          (10) Water resource facility.--The term ``water 
        resource facility'' means irrigation and pumping 
        facilities, dams and reservoirs, flood control 
        facilities, water conservation works, including debris 
        protection facilities, sediment placement sites, rain 
        gauges and stream gauges, water quality facilities, 
        recycled water facilities, water pumping, conveyance 
        and distribution systems, water storage tanks and 
        reservoirs, and water treatment facilities, aqueducts, 
        canals, ditches, pipelines, wells, hydropower projects, 
        and transmission and other ancillary facilities, 
        groundwater recharge facilities, water conservation, 
        water filtration plants, and other water diversion, 
        conservation, groundwater recharge, storage, and 
        carriage structures.

SEC. 413. SAN GABRIEL NATIONAL RECREATION AREA.

  (a) Establishment; Boundaries.--Subject to valid existing 
rights, there is established as a unit of the National Park 
System in the State the San Gabriel National Recreation Area 
depicted as the ``Proposed San Gabriel National Recreation 
Area'' on the map entitled ``San Gabriel National Recreation 
Area Proposed Boundary,'' numbered 503/152,737, and dated July 
2019.
  (b) Map and Legal Description.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
        file a map and a legal description of the Recreation 
        Area with--
                  (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary may correct any clerical or typographical 
        error in the map or legal description.
          (3) Public availability.--The map and legal 
        description filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the National Park Service.
  (c) Administration and Jurisdiction.--
          (1) Public lands.--The public lands included in the 
        Recreation Area shall be administered by the Secretary, 
        acting through the Director of the National Park 
        Service.
          (2) Department of defense land.--Although certain 
        Federal lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary 
        of Defense are included in the recreation area, nothing 
        in this subtitle transfers administration jurisdiction 
        of such Federal lands from the Secretary of Defense or 
        otherwise affects Federal lands under the jurisdiction 
        of the Secretary of Defense.
          (3) State and local jurisdiction.--Nothing in this 
        subtitle alters, modifies, or diminishes any right, 
        responsibility, power, authority, jurisdiction, or 
        entitlement of the State, a political subdivision of 
        the State, including, but not limited to courts of 
        competent jurisdiction, regulatory commissions, boards, 
        and departments, or any State or local agency under any 
        applicable Federal, State, or local law (including 
        regulations).

SEC. 414. MANAGEMENT.

  (a) National Park System.--Subject to valid existing rights, 
the Secretary shall manage the public lands included in the 
Recreation Area in a manner that protects and enhances the 
natural resources and values of the public lands, in accordance 
with--
          (1) this subtitle;
          (2) section 100101(a), chapter 1003, and sections 
        100751(a), 100752, 100753 and 102101 of title 54, 
        United States Code (formerly known as the ``National 
        Park Service Organic Act'');
          (3) the laws generally applicable to units of the 
        National Park System; and
          (4) other applicable law, regulations, adjudications, 
        and orders.
  (b) Cooperation With Secretary of Defense.--The Secretary 
shall cooperate with the Secretary of Defense to develop 
opportunities for the management of the Federal land under the 
jurisdiction of the Secretary of Defense included in the 
Recreation Area in accordance with the purposes described in 
section 411, to the maximum extent practicable.
  (c) Treatment of Non-Federal Land.--
          (1) In general.--Nothing in this subtitle--
                  (A) authorizes the Secretary to take any 
                action that would affect the use of any land 
                not owned by the United States within the 
                Recreation Area;
                  (B) affects the use of, or access to, any 
                non-Federal land within the Recreation Area;
                  (C) modifies any provision of Federal, State, 
                or local law with respect to public access to, 
                or use of, non-Federal land;
                  (D) requires any owner of non-Federal land to 
                allow public access (including Federal, State, 
                or local government access) to private property 
                or any other non-Federal land;
                  (E) alters any duly adopted land use 
                regulation, approved land use plan, or any 
                other regulatory authority of any State or 
                local agency or unit of Tribal government;
                  (F) creates any liability, or affects any 
                liability under any other law, of any private 
                property owner or other owner of non-Federal 
                land with respect to any person injured on the 
                private property or other non-Federal land;
                  (G) conveys to the Partnership any land use 
                or other regulatory authority;
                  (H) shall be construed to cause any Federal, 
                State, or local regulation or permit 
                requirement intended to apply to units of the 
                National Park System to affect the Federal 
                lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary 
                of Defense or non-Federal lands within the 
                boundaries of the recreation area; or
                  (I) requires any local government to 
                participate in any program administered by the 
                Secretary.
          (2) Cooperation.--The Secretary is encouraged to work 
        with owners of non-Federal land who have agreed to 
        cooperate with the Secretary to advance the purposes of 
        this subtitle.
          (3) Buffer zones.--
                  (A) In general.--Nothing in this subtitle 
                establishes any protective perimeter or buffer 
                zone around the Recreation Area.
                  (B) Activities or uses up to boundaries.--The 
                fact that an activity or use of land can be 
                seen or heard from within the Recreation Area 
                shall not preclude the activity or land use up 
                to the boundary of the Recreation Area.
          (4) Facilities.--Nothing in this subtitle affects the 
        operation, maintenance, modification, construction, 
        destruction, removal, relocation, improvement or 
        expansion of any water resource facility or public 
        water system, or any solid waste, sanitary sewer, water 
        or waste-water treatment, groundwater recharge or 
        conservation, hydroelectric, conveyance distribution 
        system, recycled water facility, or utility facility 
        located within or adjacent to the Recreation Area.
          (5) Exemption.--Section 100903 of title 54, United 
        States Code, shall not apply to the Puente Hills 
        landfill, materials recovery facility, or intermodal 
        facility.
  (d) Management Plan.--
          (1) Deadline.--Not later than 3 years after the date 
        of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary and the 
        Advisory Council shall establish a comprehensive 
        management plan for the Recreation Area that supports 
        the purposes described in section 411.
          (2) Use of existing plans.--In developing the 
        management plan, to the extent consistent with this 
        section, the Secretary may incorporate any provision of 
        a land use or other plan applicable to the public lands 
        included in the Recreation Area.
          (3) Incorporation of visitor services plan.--To the 
        maximum extent practicable, the Secretary shall 
        incorporate into the management plan the visitor 
        services plan under section 419(a)(2).
          (4) Partnership.--In developing the management plan, 
        the Secretary shall consider recommendations of the 
        Partnership. To the maximum extent practicable, the 
        Secretary shall incorporate recommendations of the 
        Partnership into the management plan if the Secretary 
        determines that the recommendations are feasible and 
        consistent with the purposes in section 411, this 
        subtitle, and applicable laws (including regulations).
  (e) Fish and Wildlife.--Nothing in this subtitle affects the 
jurisdiction of the State with respect to fish or wildlife 
located on public lands in the State.

SEC. 415. ACQUISITION OF NON-FEDERAL LAND WITHIN RECREATION AREA.

  (a) Limited Acquisition Authority.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to paragraph (2), the 
        Secretary may acquire non-Federal land within the 
        boundaries of the Recreation Area only through 
        exchange, donation, or purchase from a willing seller.
          (2) Additional requirement.--As a further condition 
        on the acquisition of land, the Secretary shall make a 
        determination that the land contains important 
        biological, cultural, historic, or recreational values.
  (b) Prohibition on Use of Eminent Domain.--Nothing in this 
subtitle authorizes the use of eminent domain to acquire land 
or an interest in land.
  (c) Treatment of Acquired Land.--Any land or interest in land 
acquired by the United States within the boundaries of the 
Recreation Area shall be--
          (1) included in the Recreation Area; and
          (2) administered by the Secretary in accordance 
        with--
                  (A) this subtitle; and
                  (B) other applicable laws (including 
                regulations).

SEC. 416. WATER RIGHTS; WATER RESOURCE FACILITIES; PUBLIC ROADS; 
                    UTILITY FACILITIES.

  (a) No Effect on Water Rights.--Nothing in this subtitle or 
section 422--
          (1) shall affect the use or allocation, as in 
        existence on the date of the enactment of this Act, of 
        any water, water right, or interest in water (including 
        potable, recycled, reclaimed, waste, imported, 
        exported, banked, or stored water, surface water, 
        groundwater, and public trust interest);
          (2) shall affect any public or private contract in 
        existence on the date of the enactment of this Act for 
        the sale, lease, loan, or transfer of any water 
        (including potable, recycled, reclaimed, waste, 
        imported, exported, banked, or stored water, surface 
        water, and groundwater);
          (3) shall be considered to be a relinquishment or 
        reduction of any water rights reserved or appropriated 
        by the United States in the State on or before the date 
        of the enactment of this Act;
          (4) authorizes or imposes any new reserved Federal 
        water right or expands water usage pursuant to any 
        existing Federal reserved, riparian or appropriative 
        right;
          (5) shall be considered a relinquishment or reduction 
        of any water rights (including potable, recycled, 
        reclaimed, waste, imported, exported, banked, or stored 
        water, surface water, and groundwater) held, reserved, 
        or appropriated by any public entity or other persons 
        or entities, on or before the date of the enactment of 
        this Act;
          (6) shall be construed to, or shall interfere or 
        conflict with the exercise of the powers or duties of 
        any watermaster, public agency, public water system, 
        court of competent jurisdiction, or other body or 
        entity responsible for groundwater or surface water 
        management or groundwater replenishment as designated 
        or established pursuant to any adjudication or Federal 
        or State law, including the management of the San 
        Gabriel River watershed and basin, to provide water 
        supply or other environmental benefits;
          (7) shall be construed to impede or adversely impact 
        any previously adopted Los Angeles County Drainage Area 
        project, as described in the report of the Chief of 
        Engineers dated June 30, 1992, including any supplement 
        or addendum to that report, or any maintenance 
        agreement to operate that project;
          (8) shall interfere or conflict with any action by a 
        watermaster, water agency, public water system, court 
        of competent jurisdiction, or public agency pursuant to 
        any Federal or State law, water right, or adjudication, 
        including any action relating to water conservation, 
        water quality, surface water diversion or impoundment, 
        groundwater recharge, water treatment, conservation or 
        storage of water, pollution, waste discharge, the 
        pumping of groundwater; the spreading, injection, 
        pumping, storage, or the use of water from local 
        sources, storm water flows, and runoff, or from 
        imported or recycled water, that is undertaken in 
        connection with the management or regulation of the San 
        Gabriel River;
          (9) shall interfere with, obstruct, hinder, or delay 
        the exercise of, or access to, any water right by the 
        owner of a public water system or any other individual 
        or entity, including the construction, operation, 
        maintenance, replacement, removal, repair, location, or 
        relocation of any well; pipeline; or water pumping, 
        treatment, diversion, impoundment, or storage facility; 
        or other facility or property necessary or useful to 
        access any water right or operate an public water 
        system;
          (10) shall require the initiation or reinitiation of 
        consultation with the United States Fish and Wildlife 
        Service under, or the application of any provision of, 
        the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et 
        seq.) relating to any action affecting any water, water 
        right, or water management or water resource facility 
        in the San Gabriel River watershed and basin; or
          (11) authorizes any agency or employee of the United 
        States, or any other person, to take any action 
        inconsistent with any of paragraphs (1) through (10).
  (b) Water Resource Facilities.--
          (1) No effect on existing water resource 
        facilities.--Nothing in this subtitle or section 422 
        shall affect--
                  (A) the use, operation, maintenance, repair, 
                construction, destruction, removal, 
                reconfiguration, expansion, improvement or 
                replacement of a water resource facility or 
                public water system within or adjacent to the 
                Recreation Area or San Gabriel Mountains 
                National Monument; or
                  (B) access to a water resource facility 
                within or adjacent to the Recreation Area or 
                San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.
          (2) No effect on new water resource facilities.--
        Nothing in this subtitle or section 422 shall preclude 
        the establishment of a new water resource facility 
        (including instream sites, routes, and areas) within 
        the Recreation Area or San Gabriel Mountains National 
        Monument if the water resource facility or public water 
        system is necessary to preserve or enhance the health, 
        safety, reliability, quality or accessibility of water 
        supply, or utility services to residents of Los Angeles 
        County.
          (3) Flood control.--Nothing in this subtitle or 
        section 422 shall be construed to--
                  (A) impose any new restriction or requirement 
                on flood protection, water conservation, water 
                supply, groundwater recharge, water transfers, 
                or water quality operations and maintenance; or
                  (B) increase the liability of an agency or 
                public water system carrying out flood 
                protection, water conservation, water supply, 
                groundwater recharge, water transfers, or water 
                quality operations.
          (4) Diversion or use of water.--Nothing in this 
        subtitle or section 422 shall authorize or require the 
        use of water or water rights in, or the diversion of 
        water to, the Recreation Area or San Gabriel Mountains 
        National Monument.
  (c) Utility Facilities and Rights of Way.--Nothing in this 
subtitle or section 422 shall--
          (1) affect the use, operation, maintenance, repair, 
        construction, destruction, reconfiguration, expansion, 
        inspection, renewal, reconstruction, alteration, 
        addition, relocation, improvement, removal, or 
        replacement of a utility facility or appurtenant right-
        of-way within or adjacent to the Recreation Area or San 
        Gabriel Mountains National Monument;
          (2) affect access to a utility facility or right-of-
        way within or adjacent to the Recreation Area or San 
        Gabriel Mountains National Monument; or
          (3) preclude the establishment of a new utility 
        facility or right-of-way (including instream sites, 
        routes, and areas) within the Recreation Area or San 
        Gabriel Mountains National Monument if such a facility 
        or right-of-way is necessary for public health and 
        safety, electricity supply, or other utility services.
  (d) Roads; Public Transit.--
          (1) Definitions.--In this subsection:
                  (A) Public road.--The term ``public road'' 
                means any paved road or bridge (including any 
                appurtenant structure and right-of-way) that 
                is--
                          (i) operated or maintained by a non-
                        Federal entity; and
                          (ii)(I) open to vehicular use by the 
                        public; or
                          (II) used by a public agency or 
                        utility for the operation, maintenance, 
                        improvement, repair, removal, 
                        relocation, construction, destruction 
                        or rehabilitation of infrastructure, a 
                        utility facility, or a right-of-way.
                  (B) Public transit.--The term ``public 
                transit'' means any transit service (including 
                operations and rights-of-way) that is--
                          (i) operated or maintained by a non-
                        Federal entity; and
                          (ii)(I) open to the public; or
                          (II) used by a public agency or 
                        contractor for the operation, 
                        maintenance, repair, construction, or 
                        rehabilitation of infrastructure, a 
                        utility facility, or a right-of-way.
          (2) No effect on public roads or public transit.--
        Nothing in this subtitle or section 422--
                  (A) authorizes the Secretary to take any 
                action that would affect the operation, 
                maintenance, repair, or rehabilitation of 
                public roads or public transit (including 
                activities necessary to comply with Federal or 
                State safety or public transit standards); or
                  (B) creates any new liability, or increases 
                any existing liability, of an owner or operator 
                of a public road.

SEC. 417. SAN GABRIEL NATIONAL RECREATION AREA PUBLIC ADVISORY COUNCIL.

  (a) Establishment.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish an 
advisory council, to be known as the ``San Gabriel National 
Recreation Area Public Advisory Council''.
  (b) Duties.--The Advisory Council shall advise the Secretary 
regarding the development and implementation of the management 
plan and the visitor services plan.
  (c) Applicable Law.--The Advisory Council shall be subject 
to--
          (1) the Federal Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. 
        App.); and
          (2) all other applicable laws (including 
        regulations).
  (d) Membership.--The Advisory Council shall consist of 22 
members, to be appointed by the Secretary after taking into 
consideration recommendations of the Partnership, of whom--
          (1) 2 shall represent local, regional, or national 
        environmental organizations;
          (2) 2 shall represent the interests of outdoor 
        recreation, including off-highway vehicle recreation, 
        within the Recreation Area;
          (3) 2 shall represent the interests of community-
        based organizations, the missions of which include 
        expanding access to the outdoors;
          (4) 2 shall represent business interests;
          (5) 1 shall represent Indian Tribes within or 
        adjacent to the Recreation Area;
          (6) 1 shall represent the interests of homeowners' 
        associations within the Recreation Area;
          (7) 3 shall represent the interests of holders of 
        adjudicated water rights, public water systems, water 
        agencies, wastewater and sewer agencies, recycled water 
        facilities, and water management and replenishment 
        entities;
          (8) 1 shall represent energy and mineral development 
        interests;
          (9) 1 shall represent owners of Federal grazing 
        permits or other land use permits within the Recreation 
        Area;
          (10) 1 shall represent archaeological and historical 
        interests;
          (11) 1 shall represent the interests of environmental 
        educators;
          (12) 1 shall represent cultural history interests;
          (13) 1 shall represent environmental justice 
        interests;
          (14) 1 shall represent electrical utility interests; 
        and
          (15) 2 shall represent the affected public at large.
  (e) Terms.--
          (1) Staggered terms.--A member of the Advisory 
        Council shall be appointed for a term of 3 years, 
        except that, of the members first appointed, 7 of the 
        members shall be appointed for a term of 1 year and 7 
        of the members shall be appointed for a term of 2 
        years.
          (2) Reappointment.--A member may be reappointed to 
        serve on the Advisory Council on the expiration of the 
        term of service of the member.
          (3) Vacancy.--A vacancy on the Advisory Council shall 
        be filled in the same manner in which the original 
        appointment was made.
  (f) Quorum.--A quorum shall be ten members of the advisory 
council. The operations of the advisory council shall not be 
impaired by the fact that a member has not yet been appointed 
as long as a quorum has been attained.
  (g) Chairperson; Procedures.--The Advisory Council shall 
elect a chairperson and establish such rules and procedures as 
the advisory council considers necessary or desirable.
  (h) Service Without Compensation.--Members of the Advisory 
Council shall serve without pay.
  (i) Termination.--The Advisory Council shall cease to exist--
          (1) on the date that is 5 years after the date on 
        which the management plan is adopted by the Secretary; 
        or
          (2) on such later date as the Secretary considers to 
        be appropriate.

SEC. 418. SAN GABRIEL NATIONAL RECREATION AREA PARTNERSHIP.

  (a) Establishment.--There is established a Partnership, to be 
known as the ``San Gabriel National Recreation Area 
Partnership''.
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Partnership are to--
          (1) coordinate the activities of Federal, State, 
        Tribal, and local authorities and the private sector in 
        advancing the purposes of this subtitle; and
          (2) use the resources and expertise of each agency in 
        improving management and recreational opportunities 
        within the Recreation Area.
  (c) Membership.--The Partnership shall include the following:
          (1) The Secretary (or a designee) to represent the 
        National Park Service.
          (2) The Secretary of Defense (or a designee) to 
        represent the Corps of Engineers.
          (3) The Secretary of Agriculture (or a designee) to 
        represent the Forest Service.
          (4) The Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency of 
        the State (or a designee) to represent--
                  (A) the California Department of Parks and 
                Recreation; and
                  (B) the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy.
          (5) One designee of the Los Angeles County Board of 
        Supervisors.
          (6) One designee of the Puente Hills Habitat 
        Preservation Authority.
          (7) Four designees of the San Gabriel Council of 
        Governments, of whom one shall be selected from a local 
        land conservancy.
          (8) One designee of the San Gabriel Valley Economic 
        Partnership.
          (9) One designee of the Los Angeles County Flood 
        Control District.
          (10) One designee of the San Gabriel Valley Water 
        Association.
          (11) One designee of the Central Basin Water 
        Association.
          (12) One designee of the Main San Gabriel Basin 
        Watermaster.
          (13) One designee of a public utility company, to be 
        appointed by the Secretary.
          (14) One designee of the Watershed Conservation 
        Authority.
          (15) One designee of the Advisory Council for the 
        period during which the Advisory Council remains in 
        effect.
          (16) One designee of San Gabriel Mountains National 
        Monument Community Collaborative.
  (d) Duties.--To advance the purposes described in section 
411, the Partnership shall--
          (1) make recommendations to the Secretary regarding 
        the development and implementation of the management 
        plan;
          (2) review and comment on the visitor services plan 
        under section 419(a)(2), and facilitate the 
        implementation of that plan;
          (3) assist units of local government, regional 
        planning organizations, and nonprofit organizations in 
        advancing the purposes of the Recreation Area by--
                  (A) carrying out programs and projects that 
                recognize, protect, and enhance important 
                resource values within the Recreation Area;
                  (B) establishing and maintaining interpretive 
                exhibits and programs within the Recreation 
                Area;
                  (C) developing recreational and educational 
                opportunities in the Recreation Area in 
                accordance with the purposes of this subtitle;
                  (D) increasing public awareness of, and 
                appreciation for, natural, historic, scenic, 
                and cultural resources of the Recreation Area;
                  (E) ensuring that signs identifying points of 
                public access and sites of interest are posted 
                throughout the Recreation Area;
                  (F) promoting a wide range of partnerships 
                among governments, organizations, and 
                individuals to advance the purposes of the 
                Recreation Area; and
                  (G) ensuring that management of the 
                Recreation Area takes into consideration--
                          (i) local ordinances and land-use 
                        plans; and
                          (ii) adjacent residents and property 
                        owners;
          (4) make recommendations to the Secretary regarding 
        the appointment of members to the Advisory Council; and
          (5) carry out any other actions necessary to achieve 
        the purposes of this subtitle.
  (e) Authorities.--Subject to approval by the Secretary, for 
the purposes of preparing and implementing the management plan, 
the Partnership may use Federal funds made available under this 
section--
          (1) to make grants to the State, political 
        subdivisions of the State, nonprofit organizations, and 
        other persons;
          (2) to enter into cooperative agreements with, or 
        provide grants or technical assistance to, the State, 
        political subdivisions of the State, nonprofit 
        organizations, Federal agencies, and other interested 
        parties;
          (3) to hire and compensate staff;
          (4) to obtain funds or services from any source, 
        including funds and services provided under any other 
        Federal law or program;
          (5) to contract for goods or services; and
          (6) to support activities of partners and any other 
        activities that--
                  (A) advance the purposes of the Recreation 
                Area; and
                  (B) are in accordance with the management 
                plan.
  (f) Terms of Office; Reappointment; Vacancies.--
          (1) Terms.--A member of the Partnership shall be 
        appointed for a term of 3 years.
          (2) Reappointment.--A member may be reappointed to 
        serve on the Partnership on the expiration of the term 
        of service of the member.
          (3) Vacancy.--A vacancy on the Partnership shall be 
        filled in the same manner in which the original 
        appointment was made.
  (g) Quorum.--A quorum shall be 11 members of the Partnership. 
The operations of the Partnership shall not be impaired by the 
fact that a member has not yet been appointed as long as a 
quorum has been attained.
  (h) Chairperson; Procedures.--The Partnership shall elect a 
chairperson and establish such rules and procedures as it deems 
necessary or desirable.
  (i) Service Without Compensation.--A member of the 
Partnership shall serve without compensation.
  (j) Duties and Authorities of Secretary.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall convene the 
        Partnership on a regular basis to carry out this 
        subtitle.
          (2) Technical and financial assistance.--The 
        Secretary may provide to the Partnership or any member 
        of the Partnership, on a reimbursable or 
        nonreimbursable basis, such technical and financial 
        assistance as the Secretary determines to be 
        appropriate to carry out this subtitle.
          (3) Cooperative agreements.--The Secretary may enter 
        into a cooperative agreement with the Partnership, a 
        member of the Partnership, or any other public or 
        private entity to provide technical, financial, or 
        other assistance to carry out this subtitle.
          (4) Construction of facilities on non-federal land.--
                  (A) In general.--In order to facilitate the 
                administration of the Recreation Area, the 
                Secretary is authorized, subject to valid 
                existing rights, to construct administrative or 
                visitor use facilities on land owned by a non-
                profit organization, local agency, or other 
                public entity in accordance with this title and 
                applicable law (including regulations).
                  (B) Additional requirements.--A facility 
                under this paragraph may only be developed--
                          (i) with the consent of the owner of 
                        the non-Federal land; and
                          (ii) in accordance with applicable 
                        Federal, State, and local laws 
                        (including regulations) and plans.
          (5) Priority.--The Secretary shall give priority to 
        actions that--
                  (A) conserve the significant natural, 
                historic, cultural, and scenic resources of the 
                Recreation Area; and
                  (B) provide educational, interpretive, and 
                recreational opportunities consistent with the 
                purposes of the Recreation Area.
  (k) Committees.--The Partnership shall establish--
          (1) a Water Technical Advisory Committee to advise 
        the Secretary regarding water-related issues relating 
        to the Recreation Area; and
          (2) a Public Safety Advisory Committee to advise the 
        Secretary regarding public safety issues relating to 
        the Recreation Area.

SEC. 419. VISITOR SERVICES AND FACILITIES.

  (a) Visitor Services.--
          (1) Purpose.--The purpose of this subsection is to 
        facilitate the development of an integrated visitor 
        services plan to improve visitor experiences in the 
        Recreation Area through expanded recreational 
        opportunities and increased interpretation, education, 
        resource protection, and enforcement.
          (2) Visitor services plan.--
                  (A) In general.--Not later than 3 years after 
                the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary shall develop and carry out an 
                integrated visitor services plan for the 
                Recreation Area in accordance with this 
                paragraph.
                  (B) Contents.--The visitor services plan 
                shall--
                          (i) assess current and anticipated 
                        future visitation to the Recreation 
                        Area, including recreation 
                        destinations;
                          (ii) consider the demand for various 
                        types of recreation (including hiking, 
                        picnicking, horseback riding, and the 
                        use of motorized and mechanized 
                        vehicles), as permissible and 
                        appropriate;
                          (iii) evaluate the impacts of 
                        recreation on natural and cultural 
                        resources, water rights and water 
                        resource facilities, public roads, 
                        adjacent residents and property owners, 
                        and utilities within the Recreation 
                        Area, as well as the effectiveness of 
                        current enforcement and efforts;
                          (iv) assess the current level of 
                        interpretive and educational services 
                        and facilities;
                          (v) include recommendations to--
                                  (I) expand opportunities for 
                                high-demand recreational 
                                activities, in accordance with 
                                the purposes described in 
                                section 411;
                                  (II) better manage Recreation 
                                Area resources and improve the 
                                experience of Recreation Area 
                                visitors through expanded 
                                interpretive and educational 
                                services and facilities, and 
                                improved enforcement; and
                                  (III) better manage 
                                Recreation Area resources to 
                                reduce negative impacts on the 
                                environment, ecology, and 
                                integrated water management 
                                activities in the Recreation 
                                Area;
                          (vi) in coordination and consultation 
                        with affected owners of non-Federal 
                        land, assess options to incorporate 
                        recreational opportunities on non-
                        Federal land into the Recreation Area--
                                  (I) in manner consistent with 
                                the purposes and uses of the 
                                non-Federal land; and
                                  (II) with the consent of the 
                                non-Federal landowner;
                          (vii) assess opportunities to provide 
                        recreational opportunities that connect 
                        with adjacent National Forest System 
                        land; and
                          (viii) be developed and carried out 
                        in accordance with applicable Federal, 
                        State, and local laws and ordinances.
                  (C) Consultation.--In developing the visitor 
                services plan, the Secretary shall--
                          (i) consult with--
                                  (I) the Partnership;
                                  (II) the Advisory Council;
                                  (III) appropriate State and 
                                local agencies; and
                                  (IV) interested 
                                nongovernmental organizations; 
                                and
                          (ii) involve members of the public.
  (b) Visitor Use Facilities.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may construct visitor 
        use facilities in the Recreation Area.
          (2) Requirements.--Each facility under paragraph (1) 
        shall be developed in accordance with applicable 
        Federal, State, and local--
                  (A) laws (including regulations); and
                  (B) plans.
  (c) Donations.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may accept and use 
        donated funds (subject to appropriations), property, 
        in-kind contributions, and services to carry out this 
        subtitle.
          (2) Prohibition.--The Secretary may not use the 
        authority provided by paragraph (1) to accept non-
        Federal land that has been acquired after the date of 
        the enactment of this Act through the use of eminent 
        domain.
  (d) Cooperative Agreements.--In carrying out this subtitle, 
the Secretary may make grants to, or enter into cooperative 
agreements with, units of State, Tribal, and local governments 
and private entities to conduct research, develop scientific 
analyses, and carry out any other initiative relating to the 
management of, and visitation to, the Recreation Area.

                   Subtitle B--San Gabriel Mountains

SEC. 421. DEFINITIONS.

  In this subtitle:
          (1) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Agriculture.
          (2) Wilderness area or addition.--The term 
        ``wilderness area or addition'' means any wilderness 
        area or wilderness addition designated by section 
        423(a).

SEC. 422. NATIONAL MONUMENT BOUNDARY MODIFICATION.

  (a) In General.--The San Gabriel Mountains National Monument 
established by Presidential Proclamation 9194 (54 U.S.C. 320301 
note) (referred to in this section as the ``Monument'') is 
modified to include the approximately 109,167 acres of 
additional National Forest System land depicted as the 
``Proposed San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Expansion'' 
on the map entitled ``Proposed San Gabriel Mountains National 
Monument Expansion'' and dated June 26, 2019.
  (b) Administration.--The Secretary shall administer the San 
Gabriel Mountains National Monument, including the lands added 
by subsection (a), in accordance with--
          (1) Presidential Proclamation 9194, as issued on 
        October 10, 2014 (54 U.S.C. 320301 note);
          (2) the laws generally applicable to the Monument; 
        and
          (3) this title.
  (c) Management Plan.--Within 3 years after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall consult with State 
and local governments and the interested public to update the 
existing San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Plan to 
provide management direction and protection for the lands added 
to the Monument by subsection (a).

SEC. 423. DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS AND ADDITIONS.

  (a) Designation.--In accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following parcels of National Forest 
System land in the State are designated as wilderness and as 
components of the National Wilderness Preservation System:
          (1) Condor peak wilderness.--Certain Federal land in 
        the Angeles National Forest, comprising approximately 
        8,207 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Condor Peak Wilderness--Proposed'' and dated June 6, 
        2019, which shall be known as the ``Condor Peak 
        Wilderness''.
          (2) San gabriel wilderness additions.--Certain 
        Federal land in the Angeles National Forest, comprising 
        approximately 2,032 acres, as generally depicted on the 
        map entitled ``San Gabriel Wilderness Additions'' and 
        dated June 6, 2019, which is incorporated in, and 
        considered to be a part of, the San Gabriel Wilderness 
        designated by Public Law 90-318 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
        82 Stat. 131).
          (3) Sheep mountain wilderness additions.--Certain 
        Federal land in the Angeles National Forest, comprising 
        approximately 13,726 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map entitled ``Sheep Mountain Wilderness 
        Additions'' and dated June 6, 2019, which is 
        incorporated in, and considered to be a part of, the 
        Sheep Mountain Wilderness designated by section 
        101(a)(29) of the California Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 
        U.S.C. 1132 note; 98 Stat. 1623; Public Law 98-425).
          (4) Yerba buena wilderness.--Certain Federal land in 
        the Angeles National Forest, comprising approximately 
        6,694 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        ``Yerba Buena Wilderness--Proposed'' and dated June 6, 
        2019, which shall be known as the ``Yerba Buena 
        Wilderness''.
  (b) Map and Legal Description.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
        file a map and a legal description of the wilderness 
        areas and additions with--
                  (A) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (2) Force of law.--The map and legal description 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this subtitle, except that the 
        Secretary may correct any clerical or typographical 
        error in the map or legal description.
          (3) Public availability.--The map and legal 
        description filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Forest Service.

SEC. 424. ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS AND ADDITIONS.

  (a) In General.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
wilderness areas and additions shall be administered by the 
Secretary in accordance with this section and the Wilderness 
Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), except that any reference in that 
Act to the effective date of that Act shall be considered to be 
a reference to the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (b) Fire Management and Related Activities.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may take such measures 
        in a wilderness area or addition designated in section 
        423 as are necessary for the control of fire, insects, 
        or diseases in accordance with--
                  (A) section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 
                U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)); and
                  (B) House Report 98-40 of the 98th Congress.
          (2) Funding priorities.--Nothing in this subtitle 
        limits funding for fire or fuels management in a 
        wilderness area or addition.
          (3) Revision and development of local fire management 
        plans.--As soon as practicable after the date of the 
        enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall amend, as 
        applicable, any local fire management plan that applies 
        to a wilderness area or addition designated in section 
        423.
          (4) Administration.--In accordance with paragraph (1) 
        and any other applicable Federal law, to ensure a 
        timely and efficient response to a fire emergency in a 
        wilderness area or addition, the Secretary shall--
                  (A) not later than 1 year after the date of 
                the enactment of this Act, establish agency 
                approval procedures (including appropriate 
                delegations of authority to the Forest 
                Supervisor, District Manager, or other agency 
                officials) for responding to fire emergencies; 
                and
                  (B) enter into agreements with appropriate 
                State or local firefighting agencies.
  (c) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock in a wilderness area 
or addition, if established before the date of the enactment of 
this Act, shall be administered in accordance with--
          (1) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1133(d)(4)); and
          (2) the guidelines contained in Appendix A of the 
        report of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
        of the House of Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 
        of the 101st Congress (H. Rept. 101-405).
  (d) Fish and Wildlife.--
          (1) In general.--In accordance with section 4(d)(7) 
        of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(7)), nothing 
        in this subtitle affects the jurisdiction or 
        responsibility of the State with respect to fish or 
        wildlife on public land in the State.
          (2) Management activities.--
                  (A) In general.--In furtherance of the 
                purposes and principles of the Wilderness Act 
                (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the Secretary may 
                conduct any management activity that are 
                necessary to maintain or restore fish or 
                wildlife populations or habitats in the 
                wilderness areas and wilderness additions 
                designated in section 423, if the management 
                activities are--
                          (i) consistent with relevant 
                        wilderness management plans; and
                          (ii) conducted in accordance with 
                        appropriate policies, such as the 
                        policies established in Appendix B of 
                        the report of the Committee on Interior 
                        and Insular Affairs of the House of 
                        Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 
                        of the 101st Congress (H. Rept. 101-
                        405).
                  (B) Inclusions.--A management activity under 
                subparagraph (A) may include the occasional and 
                temporary use of motorized vehicles, if the 
                use, as determined by the Secretary, would 
                promote healthy, viable, and more naturally 
                distributed wildlife populations that would 
                enhance wilderness values while causing the 
                minimum impact necessary to accomplish those 
                tasks.
                  (C) Existing activities.--In accordance with 
                section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 
                U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) and appropriate policies 
                (such as the policies established in Appendix B 
                of House Report 101-405), the State may use 
                aircraft (including helicopters) in a 
                wilderness area or addition to survey, capture, 
                transplant, monitor, or provide water for a 
                wildlife population, including bighorn sheep.
  (e) Buffer Zones.--
          (1) In general.--Congress does not intend for the 
        designation of wilderness areas or wilderness additions 
        by section 423 to lead to the creation of protective 
        perimeters or buffer zones around each wilderness area 
        or wilderness addition.
          (2) Activities or uses up to boundaries.--The fact 
        that a nonwilderness activities or uses can be seen or 
        heard from within a wilderness area or wilderness 
        addition designated by section 423 shall not, of 
        itself, preclude the activities or uses up to the 
        boundary of the wilderness area or addition.
  (f) Military Activities.--Nothing in this title precludes--
          (1) low-level overflights of military aircraft over 
        the wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated 
        by section 423;
          (2) the designation of new units of special airspace 
        over the wilderness areas or wilderness additions 
        designated by section 423; or
          (3) the use or establishment of military flight 
        training routes over wilderness areas or wilderness 
        additions designated by section 423.
  (g) Horses.--Nothing in this subtitle precludes horseback 
riding in, or the entry of recreational or commercial saddle or 
pack stock into, an area designated as a wilderness area or 
wilderness addition by section 423--
          (1) in accordance with section 4(d)(5) of the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(5)); and
          (2) subject to such terms and conditions as the 
        Secretary determines to be necessary.
  (h) Law Enforcement.--Nothing in this subtitle precludes any 
law enforcement or drug interdiction effort within the 
wilderness areas or wilderness additions designated by section 
423 in accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
seq.).
  (i) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
wilderness areas and additions designated by section 423 are 
withdrawn from--
          (1) all forms of entry, appropriation, and disposal 
        under the public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) operation of the mineral materials and geothermal 
        leasing laws.
  (j) Incorporation of Acquired Land and Interests.--Any land 
within the boundary of a wilderness area or addition that is 
acquired by the United States shall--
          (1) become part of the wilderness area or addition in 
        which the land is located; and
          (2) be managed in accordance with this section, the 
        Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), and any other 
        applicable laws (including regulations).
  (k) Climatological Data Collection.--In accordance with the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) and subject to such 
terms and conditions as the Secretary may prescribe, the 
Secretary may authorize the installation and maintenance of 
hydrologic, meteorologic, or climatological collection devices 
in a wilderness area or addition if the Secretary determines 
that the facilities and access to the facilities is essential 
to a flood warning, flood control, or water reservoir operation 
activity.
  (l) Authorized Events.--The Secretary of Agriculture may 
authorize the Angeles Crest 100 competitive running event to 
continue in substantially the same manner and degree in which 
this event was operated and permitted in 2015 within additions 
to the Sheep Mountain Wilderness in section 423 of this title 
and the Pleasant View Ridge Wilderness Area designated by 
section 1802 of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, 
provided that the event is authorized and conducted in a manner 
compatible with the preservation of the areas as wilderness.

SEC. 425. DESIGNATION OF WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.

  (a) Designation.--Section 3(a) of the National Wild and 
Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding at 
the end the following:
          ``(__) East fork san gabriel river, california.--The 
        following segments of the East Fork San Gabriel River, 
        to be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture in 
        the following classes:
                  ``(A) The 10-mile segment from the confluence 
                of the Prairie Fork and Vincent Gulch to 100 
                yards upstream of the Heaton Flats trailhead 
                and day use area, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The 2.7-mile segment from 100 yards 
                upstream of the Heaton Flats trailhead and day 
                use area to 100 yards upstream of the 
                confluence with Williams Canyon, as a 
                recreational river.
          ``(__) North fork san gabriel river, california.--The 
        4.3-mile segment of the North Fork San Gabriel River 
        from the confluence with Cloudburst Canyon to 0.25 
        miles upstream of the confluence with the West Fork San 
        Gabriel River, to be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture as a recreational river.
          ``(__) West fork san gabriel river, california.--The 
        following segments of the West Fork San Gabriel River, 
        to be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture in 
        the following classes:
                  ``(A) The 6.7-mile segment from 0.25 miles 
                downstream of its source near Red Box Gap in 
                sec. 14, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., to the confluence 
                with the unnamed tributary 0.25 miles 
                downstream of the power lines in sec. 22, T. 2 
                N., R. 11 W., as a recreational river.
                  ``(B) The 1.6-mile segment of the West Fork 
                from 0.25 miles downstream of the powerlines in 
                sec. 22, T. 2 N., R. 11 W., to the confluence 
                with Bobcat Canyon, as a wild river.
          ``(__) Little rock creek, california.--The following 
        segments of Little Rock Creek and tributaries, to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The 10.3-mile segment from its source 
                on Mt. Williamson in sec. 6, T. 3 N., R. 9 W., 
                to 100 yards upstream of the confluence with 
                the South Fork Little Rock Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The 6.6-mile segment from 100 yards 
                upstream of the confluence with the South Fork 
                Little Rock Creek to the confluence with 
                Santiago Canyon, as a recreational river.
                  ``(C) The 1-mile segment of Cooper Canyon 
                Creek from 0.25 miles downstream of Highway 2 
                to 100 yards downstream of Cooper Canyon 
                Campground, as a scenic river.
                  ``(D) The 1.3-mile segment of Cooper Canyon 
                Creek from 100 yards downstream of Cooper 
                Canyon Campground to the confluence with Little 
                Rock Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(E) The 1-mile segment of Buckhorn Creek 
                from 100 yards downstream of the Buckhorn 
                Campground to its confluence with Cooper Canyon 
                Creek, as a wild river.''.
  (b) Water Resource Facilities; and Water Use.--
          (1) Water resource facilities.--
                  (A) Definition.--In this section, the term 
                ``water resource facility'' means irrigation 
                and pumping facilities, dams and reservoirs, 
                flood control facilities, water conservation 
                works and facilities, including debris 
                protection facilities, sediment placement 
                sites, rain gauges and stream gauges, water 
                quality facilities, recycled water facilities 
                and water pumping, conveyance distribution 
                systems, water storage tanks and reservoirs, 
                and water treatment facilities, aqueducts, 
                canals, ditches, pipelines, wells, hydropower 
                projects, and transmission and other ancillary 
                facilities, groundwater recharge facilities, 
                water conservation, water filtration plants, 
                and other water diversion, conservation, 
                groundwater recharge, storage, and carriage 
                structures.
                  (B) No effect on existing water resource 
                facilities.--Nothing in this section shall 
                alter, modify, or affect--
                          (i) the use, operation, maintenance, 
                        repair, construction, destruction, 
                        reconfiguration, expansion, relocation 
                        or replacement of a water resource 
                        facility downstream of a wild and 
                        scenic river segment designated by this 
                        section, provided that the physical 
                        structures of such facilities or 
                        reservoirs shall not be located within 
                        the river areas designated in this 
                        section; or
                          (ii) access to a water resource 
                        facility downstream of a wild and 
                        scenic river segment designated by this 
                        section.
                  (C) No effect on new water resource 
                facilities.--Nothing in this section shall 
                preclude the establishment of a new water 
                resource facilities (including instream sites, 
                routes, and areas) downstream of a wild and 
                scenic river segment.
          (2) Limitation.--Any new reservation of water or new 
        use of water pursuant to existing water rights held by 
        the United States to advance the purposes of the 
        National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1271 et 
        seq.) shall be for nonconsumptive instream use only 
        within the segments designated by this section.
          (3) Existing law.--Nothing in this section affects 
        the implementation of the Endangered Species Act of 
        1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.).

SEC. 426. WATER RIGHTS.

  (a) Statutory Construction.--Nothing in this title, and no 
action to implement this title--
          (1) shall constitute an express or implied 
        reservation of any water or water right, or authorizing 
        an expansion of water use pursuant to existing water 
        rights held by the United States, with respect to the 
        San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, the land 
        designated as a wilderness area or wilderness addition 
        by section 423 or land adjacent to the wild and scenic 
        river segments designated by the amendment made by 
        section 425;
          (2) shall affect, alter, modify, or condition any 
        water rights in the State in existence on the date of 
        the enactment of this Act, including any water rights 
        held by the United States;
          (3) shall be construed as establishing a precedent 
        with regard to any future wilderness or wild and scenic 
        river designations;
          (4) shall affect, alter, or modify the interpretation 
        of, or any designation, decision, adjudication or 
        action made pursuant to, any other Act; or
          (5) shall be construed as limiting, altering, 
        modifying, or amending any of the interstate compacts 
        or equitable apportionment decrees that apportions 
        water among or between the State and any other State.
  (b) State Water Law.--The Secretary shall comply with 
applicable procedural and substantive requirements of the law 
of the State in order to obtain and hold any water rights not 
in existence on the date of the enactment of this Act with 
respect to the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, 
wilderness areas and wilderness additions designated by section 
423, and the wild and scenic rivers designated by amendment 
made by section 425.

            TITLE V--RIM OF THE VALLEY CORRIDOR PRESERVATION

SEC. 501. SHORT TITLE.

  This title may be cited as the ``Rim of the Valley Corridor 
Preservation Act''.

SEC. 502. BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT; LAND ACQUISITION; ADMINISTRATION.

  (a) Boundary Adjustment.--Section 507(c)(1) of the National 
Parks and Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 460kk(c)(1)) is 
amended in the first sentence by striking ``, which shall'' and 
inserting `` and generally depicted as `Rim of the Valley Unit 
Proposed Addition' on the map entitled `Rim of the Valley 
Unit--Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area', 
numbered 638/147,723, and dated September 2018. Both maps 
shall''.
  (b) Rim of the Valley Unit.--Section 507 of the National 
Parks and Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 460kk) is amended 
by adding at the end the following:
  ``(u) Rim of the Valley Unit.--(1) Not later than 3 years 
after the date of the enactment of this subsection, the 
Secretary shall update the general management plan for the 
recreation area to reflect the boundaries designated on the map 
referred to in subsection (c)(1) as the `Rim of the Valley 
Unit' (hereafter in the subsection referred to as the `Rim of 
the Valley Unit'). Subject to valid existing rights, the 
Secretary shall administer the Rim of the Valley Unit, and any 
land or interest in land acquired by the United States and 
located within the boundaries of the Rim of the Valley Unit, as 
part of the recreation area in accordance with the provisions 
of this section and applicable laws and regulations.
  ``(2) The Secretary may acquire non-Federal land within the 
boundaries of the Rim of the Valley Unit only through exchange, 
donation, or purchase from a willing seller. Nothing in this 
subsection authorizes the use of eminent domain to acquire land 
or interests in land.
  ``(3) Nothing in this subsection or the application of the 
management plan for the Rim of the Valley Unit shall be 
construed to--
          ``(A) modify any provision of Federal, State, or 
        local law with respect to public access to or use of 
        non-Federal land;
          ``(B) create any liability, or affect any liability 
        under any other law, of any private property owner or 
        other owner of non-Federal land with respect to any 
        person injured on private property or other non-Federal 
        land;
          ``(C) affect the ownership, management, or other 
        rights relating to any non-Federal land (including any 
        interest in any non-Federal land);
          ``(D) require any local government to participate in 
        any program administered by the Secretary;
          ``(E) alter, modify, or diminish any right, 
        responsibility, power, authority, jurisdiction, or 
        entitlement of the State, any political subdivision of 
        the State, or any State or local agency under existing 
        Federal, State, and local law (including regulations);
          ``(F) require the creation of protective perimeters 
        or buffer zones, and the fact that certain activities 
        or land can be seen or heard from within the Rim of the 
        Valley Unit shall not, of itself, preclude the 
        activities or land uses up to the boundary of the Rim 
        of the Valley Unit;
          ``(G) require or promote use of, or encourage 
        trespass on, lands, facilities, and rights-of-way owned 
        by non-Federal entities, including water resource 
        facilities and public utilities, without the written 
        consent of the owner;
          ``(H) affect the operation, maintenance, 
        modification, construction, or expansion of any water 
        resource facility or utility facility located within or 
        adjacent to the Rim of the Valley Unit;
          ``(I) terminate the fee title to lands or customary 
        operation, maintenance, repair, and replacement 
        activities on or under such lands granted to public 
        agencies that are authorized pursuant to Federal or 
        State statute;
          ``(J) interfere with, obstruct, hinder, or delay the 
        exercise of any right to, or access to any water 
        resource facility or other facility or property 
        necessary or useful to access any water right to 
        operate any public water or utility system;
          ``(K) require initiation or reinitiation of 
        consultation with the United States Fish and Wildlife 
        Service under, or the application of provisions of, the 
        Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et 
        seq.), the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 
        (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.), or division A of subtitle III 
        of title 54, United States Code, concerning any action 
        or activity affecting water, water rights or water 
        management or water resource facilities within the Rim 
        of the Valley Unit; or
          ``(L) limit the Secretary's ability to update 
        applicable fire management plans, which may consider 
        fuels management strategies including managed natural 
        fire, prescribed fires, non-fire mechanical hazardous 
        fuel reduction activities, or post-fire remediation of 
        damage to natural and cultural resources.
  ``(4) The activities of a utility facility or water resource 
facility shall take into consideration ways to reasonably avoid 
or reduce the impact on the resources of the Rim of the Valley 
Unit.
  ``(5) For the purpose of paragraph (4)--
          ``(A) the term `utility facility' means electric 
        substations, communication facilities, towers, poles, 
        and lines, ground wires, communications circuits, and 
        other structures, and related infrastructure; and
          ``(B) the term `water resource facility' means 
        irrigation and pumping facilities; dams and reservoirs; 
        flood control facilities; water conservation works, 
        including debris protection facilities, sediment 
        placement sites, rain gauges, and stream gauges; water 
        quality, recycled water, and pumping facilities; 
        conveyance distribution systems; water treatment 
        facilities; aqueducts; canals; ditches; pipelines; 
        wells; hydropower projects; transmission facilities; 
        and other ancillary facilities, groundwater recharge 
        facilities, water conservation, water filtration 
        plants, and other water diversion, conservation, 
        groundwater recharge, storage, and carriage 
        structures.''.

     TITLE VI--WILD OLYMPICS WILDERNESS AND WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS

SEC. 601. SHORT TITLE.

  This title may be cited as the ``Wild Olympics Wilderness and 
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act''.

SEC. 602. DESIGNATION OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST WILDERNESS AREAS.

  (a) In General.--In furtherance of the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), the following Federal land in the Olympic 
National Forest in the State of Washington comprising 
approximately 126,554 acres, as generally depicted on the map 
entitled ``Proposed Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and 
Scenic Rivers Act'' and dated April 8, 2019 (referred to in 
this section as the ``map''), is designated as wilderness and 
as components of the National Wilderness Preservation System:
          (1) Lost creek wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        7,159 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Lost Creek Wilderness''.
          (2) Rugged ridge wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        5,956 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Rugged Ridge Wilderness''.
          (3) Alckee creek wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        1,787 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Alckee Creek Wilderness''.
          (4) Gates of the elwha wilderness.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 5,669 acres, as generally depicted on the 
        map, which shall be known as the ``Gates of the Elwha 
        Wilderness''.
          (5) Buckhorn wilderness additions.--Certain Federal 
        land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 21,965 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map, is incorporated in, and shall be managed as 
        part of, the ``Buckhorn Wilderness'', as designated by 
        section 3 of the Washington State Wilderness Act of 
        1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-339).
          (6) Green mountain wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        4,790 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Green Mountain Wilderness''.
          (7) The brothers wilderness additions.--Certain land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        8,625 acres, as generally depicted on the map, is 
        incorporated in, and shall be managed as part of, the 
        ``The Brothers Wilderness'', as designated by section 3 
        of the Washington State Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 
        U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-339).
          (8) Mount skokomish wilderness additions.--Certain 
        land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 8,933 acres, as generally depicted on the 
        map, is incorporated in, and shall be managed as part 
        of, the ``Mount Skokomish Wilderness'', as designated 
        by section 3 of the Washington State Wilderness Act of 
        1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-339).
          (9) Wonder mountain wilderness additions.--Certain 
        land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 26,517 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map, is incorporated in, and shall be managed as 
        part of, the ``Wonder Mountain Wilderness'', as 
        designated by section 3 of the Washington State 
        Wilderness Act of 1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 
        98-339).
          (10) Moonlight dome wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        9,117 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Moonlight Dome Wilderness''.
          (11) South quinault ridge wilderness.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 10,887 acres, as generally depicted on 
        the map, which shall be known as the ``South Quinault 
        Ridge Wilderness''.
          (12) Colonel bob wilderness additions.--Certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 353 acres, as generally depicted on the 
        map, is incorporated in, and shall be managed as part 
        of, the ``Colonel Bob Wilderness'', as designated by 
        section 3 of the Washington State Wilderness Act of 
        1984 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 98-339).
          (13) Sam's river wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        13,418 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Sam's River Wilderness''.
          (14) Canoe creek wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        managed by the Forest Service, comprising approximately 
        1,378 acres, as generally depicted on the map, which 
        shall be known as the ``Canoe Creek Wilderness''.
  (b) Administration.--
          (1) Management.--Subject to valid existing rights, 
        the land designated as wilderness by subsection (a) 
        shall be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture 
        (referred to in this section as the ``Secretary''), in 
        accordance with the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et 
        seq.), except that any reference in that Act to the 
        effective date of that Act shall be considered to be a 
        reference to the date of enactment of this Act.
          (2) Map and description.--
                  (A) In general.--As soon as practicable after 
                the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary shall file a map and a legal 
                description of the land designated as 
                wilderness by subsection (a) with--
                          (i) the Committee on Natural 
                        Resources of the House of 
                        Representatives; and
                          (ii) the Committee on Energy and 
                        Natural Resources of the Senate.
                  (B) Effect.--Each map and legal description 
                filed under subparagraph (A) shall have the 
                same force and effect as if included in this 
                title, except that the Secretary may correct 
                minor errors in the map and legal description.
                  (C) Public availability.--Each map and legal 
                description filed under subparagraph (A) shall 
                be filed and made available for public 
                inspection in the appropriate office of the 
                Forest Service.
  (c) Potential Wilderness.--
          (1) In general.--In furtherance of the purposes of 
        the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain 
        Federal land managed by the Forest Service, comprising 
        approximately 5,346 acres as identified as ``Potential 
        Wilderness'' on the map, is designated as potential 
        wilderness.
          (2) Designation as wilderness.--On the date on which 
        the Secretary publishes in the Federal Register notice 
        that any nonconforming uses in the potential wilderness 
        designated by paragraph (1) have terminated, the 
        potential wilderness shall be--
                  (A) designated as wilderness and as a 
                component of the National Wilderness 
                Preservation System; and
                  (B) incorporated into the adjacent wilderness 
                area.
  (d) Adjacent Management.--
          (1) No protective perimeters or buffer zones.--The 
        designations in this section shall not create a 
        protective perimeter or buffer zone around any 
        wilderness area.
          (2) Nonconforming uses permitted outside of 
        boundaries of wilderness areas.--Any activity or use 
        outside of the boundary of any wilderness area 
        designated under this section shall be permitted even 
        if the activity or use would be seen or heard within 
        the boundary of the wilderness area.
  (e) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--The Secretary may take such 
measures as are necessary to control fire, insects, and 
diseases, in the wilderness areas designated by this section, 
in accordance with section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)) and subject to such terms and conditions as 
the Secretary determines to be appropriate.

SEC. 603. WILD AND SCENIC RIVER DESIGNATIONS.

  (a) In General.--Section 3(a) of the National Wild and Scenic 
Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(a)) is amended by adding at the end 
the following:
          ``(231) Elwha river, washington.--The approximately 
        29.0-mile segment of the Elwha River and tributaries 
        from the source to Cat Creek, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of the Interior as a wild river.
          ``(232) Dungeness river, washington.--The segment of 
        the Dungeness River from the headwaters to the State of 
        Washington Department of Natural Resources land in T. 
        29 N., R. 4 W., sec. 12, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture, except that portions of the 
        river within the boundaries of Olympic National Park 
        shall be administered by the Secretary of the Interior, 
        including the following segments of the mainstem and 
        major tributary the Gray Wolf River, in the following 
        classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 5.8-mile segment of 
                the Dungeness River from the headwaters to the 
                2870 Bridge, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 2.1-mile segment of 
                the Dungeness River from the 2870 Bridge to 
                Silver Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 2.7-mile segment of 
                the Dungeness River from Silver Creek to Sleepy 
                Hollow Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The approximately 6.3-mile segment of 
                the Dungeness River from Sleepy Hollow Creek to 
                the Olympic National Forest boundary, as a 
                scenic river.
                  ``(E) The approximately 1.9-mile segment of 
                the Dungeness River from the National Forest 
                boundary to the State of Washington Department 
                of Natural Resources land in T. 29 N., R. 4 W., 
                sec. 12, to be administered as a recreational 
                river through a cooperative management 
                agreement between the State of Washington and 
                the Secretary of Agriculture as provided in 
                section 10(e) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act 
                (16 U.S.C. 1281(e)).
                  ``(F) The approximately 16.1-mile segment of 
                the Gray Wolf River from the headwaters to the 
                2870 Bridge, as a wild river.
                  ``(G) The approximately 1.1-mile segment of 
                the Gray Wolf River from the 2870 Bridge to the 
                confluence with the Dungeness River, as a 
                scenic river.
          ``(233) Big quilcene river, washington.--The segment 
        of the Big Quilcene River from the headwaters to the 
        City of Port Townsend water intake facility, to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 4.4-mile segment from 
                the headwaters to the Buckhorn Wilderness 
                boundary, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 5.3-mile segment from 
                the Buckhorn Wilderness boundary to the City of 
                Port Townsend water intake facility, as a 
                scenic river.
                  ``(C) Section 7(a), with respect to the 
                licensing of dams, water conduits, reservoirs, 
                powerhouses, transmission lines, or other 
                project works, shall apply to the approximately 
                5-mile segment from the City of Port Townsend 
                water intake facility to the Olympic National 
                Forest boundary.
          ``(234) Dosewallips river, washington.--The segment 
        of the Dosewallips River from the headwaters to the 
        private land in T. 26 N., R. 3 W., sec. 15, to be 
        administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, except 
        that portions of the river within the boundaries of 
        Olympic National Park shall be administered by the 
        Secretary of the Interior, in the following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 12.9-mile segment 
                from the headwaters to Station Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 6.8-mile segment from 
                Station Creek to the private land in T. 26 N., 
                R. 3 W., sec. 15, as a scenic river.
          ``(235) Duckabush river, washington.--The segment of 
        the Duckabush River from the headwaters to the private 
        land in T. 25 N., R. 3 W., sec. 1, to be administered 
        by the Secretary of Agriculture, except that portions 
        of the river within the boundaries of Olympic National 
        Park shall be administered by the Secretary of the 
        Interior, in the following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 19.0-mile segment 
                from the headwaters to the Brothers Wilderness 
                boundary, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 1.9-mile segment from 
                the Brothers Wilderness boundary to the private 
                land in T. 25 N., R. 3 W., sec. 1, as a scenic 
                river.
          ``(236) Hamma hamma river, washington.--The segment 
        of the Hamma Hamma River from the headwaters to the 
        eastern edge of the NW1/4 sec. 21, T. 24 N., R. 3 W., 
        to be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, in 
        the following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 3.1-mile segment from 
                the headwaters to the Mt. Skokomish Wilderness 
                boundary, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 5.8-mile segment from 
                the Mt. Skokomish Wilderness boundary to Lena 
                Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 6.8-mile segment from 
                Lena Creek to the eastern edge of the NW1/4 
                sec. 21, T. 24 N., R. 3 W., to be administered 
                as a recreational river through a cooperative 
                management agreement between the State of 
                Washington and the Secretary of Agriculture as 
                provided in section 10(e) of the Wild and 
                Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1281(e)).
          ``(237) South fork skokomish river, washington.--The 
        segment of the South Fork Skokomish River from the 
        headwaters to the Olympic National Forest boundary to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 6.7-mile segment from 
                the headwaters to Church Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 8.3-mile segment from 
                Church Creek to LeBar Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 4.0-mile segment from 
                LeBar Creek to upper end of gorge in the NW1/4 
                sec. 22, T. 22 N., R. 5 W., as a recreational 
                river.
                  ``(D) The approximately 6.0-mile segment from 
                the upper end of the gorge to the Olympic 
                National Forest boundary, as a scenic river.
          ``(238) Middle fork satsop river, washington.--The 
        approximately 7.9-mile segment of the Middle Fork 
        Satsop River from the headwaters to the Olympic 
        National Forest boundary, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture, as a scenic river.
          ``(239) West fork satsop river, washington.--The 
        approximately 8.2-mile segment of the West Fork Satsop 
        River from the headwaters to the Olympic National 
        Forest boundary, to be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture, as a scenic river.
          ``(240) Wynoochee river, washington.--The segment of 
        the Wynoochee River from the headwaters to the head of 
        Wynoochee Reservoir to be administered by the Secretary 
        of Agriculture, except that portions of the river 
        within the boundaries of Olympic National Park shall be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior, in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 2.5-mile segment from 
                the headwaters to the boundary of the Wonder 
                Mountain Wilderness, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 7.4-mile segment from 
                the boundary of the Wonder Mountain Wilderness 
                to the head of Wynoochee Reservoir, as a 
                recreational river.
          ``(241) East fork humptulips river, washington.--The 
        segment of the East Fork Humptulips River from the 
        headwaters to the Olympic National Forest boundary to 
        be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 7.4-mile segment from 
                the headwaters to the Moonlight Dome Wilderness 
                boundary, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 10.3-mile segment 
                from the Moonlight Dome Wilderness boundary to 
                the Olympic National Forest boundary, as a 
                scenic river.
          ``(242) West fork humptulips river, washington.--The 
        approximately 21.4-mile segment of the West Fork 
        Humptulips River from the headwaters to the Olympic 
        National Forest Boundary, to be administered by the 
        Secretary of Agriculture, as a scenic river.
          ``(243) Quinault river, washington.--The segment of 
        the Quinault River from the headwaters to private land 
        in T. 24 N., R. 8 W., sec. 33, to be administered by 
        the Secretary of the Interior, in the following 
        classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 16.5-mile segment 
                from the headwaters to Graves Creek, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 6.7-mile segment from 
                Graves Creek to Cannings Creek, as a scenic 
                river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 1.0-mile segment from 
                Cannings Creek to private land in T. 24 N., R. 
                8 W., sec. 33, as a recreational river.
          ``(244) Queets river, washington.--The segment of the 
        Queets River from the headwaters to the Olympic 
        National Park boundary to be administered by the 
        Secretary of the Interior, except that portions of the 
        river outside the boundaries of Olympic National Park 
        shall be administered by the Secretary of Agriculture, 
        including the following segments of the mainstem and 
        certain tributaries in the following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 28.6-mile segment of 
                the Queets River from the headwaters to the 
                confluence with Sams River, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 16.0-mile segment of 
                the Queets River from the confluence with Sams 
                River to the Olympic National Park boundary, as 
                a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 15.7-mile segment of 
                the Sams River from the headwaters to the 
                confluence with the Queets River, as a scenic 
                river.
                  ``(D) The approximately 17.7-mile segment of 
                Matheny Creek from the headwaters to the 
                confluence with the Queets River, to be 
                administered as a scenic river through a 
                cooperative management agreement between the 
                State of Washington and the Secretary of 
                Agriculture as provided in section 10(e) of the 
                Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1281(e)).
          ``(245) Hoh river, washington.--The segment of the 
        Hoh River and the major tributary South Fork Hoh from 
        the headwaters to Olympic National Park boundary, to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior, in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 20.7-mile segment of 
                the Hoh River from the headwaters to Jackson 
                Creek, as a wild river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 6.0-mile segment of 
                the Hoh River from Jackson Creek to the Olympic 
                National Park boundary, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 13.8-mile segment of 
                the South Fork Hoh River from the headwaters to 
                the Olympic National Park boundary, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(D) The approximately 4.6-mile segment of 
                the South Fork Hoh River from the Olympic 
                National Park boundary to the Washington State 
                Department of Natural Resources boundary in T. 
                27 N., R. 10 W., sec. 29, to be administered as 
                a recreational river through a cooperative 
                management agreement between the State of 
                Washington and the Secretary of Agriculture as 
                provided in section 10(e) of the Wild and 
                Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1281(e)).
          ``(246) Bogachiel river, washington.--The 
        approximately 25.6-mile segment of the Bogachiel River 
        from the source to the Olympic National Park boundary, 
        to be administered by the Secretary of the Interior, as 
        a wild river.
          ``(247) South fork calawah river, washington.--The 
        segment of the South Fork Calawah River and the major 
        tributary Sitkum River from the headwaters to Hyas 
        Creek to be administered by the Secretary of 
        Agriculture, except those portions of the river within 
        the boundaries of Olympic National Park shall be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior, 
        including the following segments in the following 
        classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 15.7-mile segment of 
                the South Fork Calawah River from the 
                headwaters to the Sitkum River, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 0.9-mile segment of 
                the South Fork Calawah River from the Sitkum 
                River to Hyas Creek, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 1.6-mile segment of 
                the Sitkum River from the headwaters to the 
                Rugged Ridge Wilderness boundary, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(D) The approximately 11.9-mile segment of 
                the Sitkum River from the Rugged Ridge 
                Wilderness boundary to the confluence with the 
                South Fork Calawah, as a scenic river.
          ``(248) Sol duc river, washington.--The segment of 
        the Sol Duc River from the headwaters to the Olympic 
        National Park boundary to be administered by the 
        Secretary of the Interior, including the following 
        segments of the mainstem and certain tributaries in the 
        following classes:
                  ``(A) The approximately 7.0-mile segment of 
                the Sol Duc River from the headwaters to the 
                end of Sol Duc Hot Springs Road, as a wild 
                river.
                  ``(B) The approximately 10.8-mile segment of 
                the Sol Duc River from the end of Sol Duc Hot 
                Springs Road to the Olympic National Park 
                boundary, as a scenic river.
                  ``(C) The approximately 14.2-mile segment of 
                the North Fork Sol Duc River from the 
                headwaters to the Olympic Hot Springs Road 
                bridge, as a wild river.
                  ``(D) The approximately 0.2-mile segment of 
                the North Fork Sol Duc River from the Olympic 
                Hot Springs Road bridge to the confluence with 
                the Sol Duc River, as a scenic river.
                  ``(E) The approximately 8.0-mile segment of 
                the South Fork Sol Duc River from the 
                headwaters to the confluence with the Sol Duc 
                River, as a scenic river.
          ``(249) Lyre river, washington.--The approximately 
        0.2-mile segment of the Lyre River from Lake Crescent 
        to the Olympic National Park boundary, to be 
        administered by the Secretary of the Interior as a 
        scenic river.''.
  (b) Effect.--The amendment made by subsection (a) does not 
affect valid existing water rights.
  (c) Updates to Land and Resource Management Plans.--
          (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), 
        not later than 3 years after the date of the enactment 
        of this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture shall, with 
        respect to the designations made under subsection (a) 
        on lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary, 
        incorporate such designations into updated management 
        plans for units of the National Forest System in 
        accordance with applicable laws (including 
        regulations).
          (2) Exception.--The date specified in paragraph (1) 
        shall be 5 years after the date of the enactment of 
        this Act if the Secretary of Agriculture--
                  (A) is unable to meet the requirement under 
                such paragraph by the date specified in such 
                paragraph; and
                  (B) not later than 3 years after the date of 
                the enactment of this Act, includes in the 
                Department of Agriculture annual budget 
                submission to Congress a request for additional 
                sums as may be necessary to meet the 
                requirement of such paragraph.
          (3) Comprehensive management plan requirements.--
        Updated management plans under paragraph (1) or (2) 
        satisfy the requirements under section 3(d) of the Wild 
        and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1274(d)).

SEC. 604. EXISTING RIGHTS AND WITHDRAWAL.

  (a) In General.--In accordance with section 12(b) of the 
National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (16 U.S.C. 1283(b)), 
nothing in this title or the amendment made by section 603(a) 
affects or abrogates existing rights, privileges, or contracts 
held by private parties, nor does this title in any way modify 
or direct the management, acquisition, or disposition of lands 
managed by the Washington Department of Natural Resources on 
behalf of the State of Washington.
  (b) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
Federal land within the boundaries of the river segments 
designated by this title and the amendment made by section 
603(a) is withdrawn from all forms of--
          (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) disposition under all laws relating to mineral 
        and geothermal leasing or mineral materials.

SEC. 605. TREATY RIGHTS.

  Nothing in this title alters, modifies, diminishes, or 
extinguishes the reserved treaty rights of any Indian tribe 
with hunting, fishing, gathering, and cultural or religious 
rights in the Olympic National Forest as protected by a treaty.

               TITLE VII--STUDY ON FLOOD RISK MITIGATION

SEC. 701. STUDY ON FLOOD RISK MITIGATION.

   The Comptroller General shall conduct a study to determine 
the contributions of wilderness designations under this 
division to protections to flood risk mitigation in residential 
areas.

                       TITLE VIII--MISCELLANEOUS

SEC. 801. PROMOTING HEALTH AND WELLNESS FOR VETERANS AND 
                    SERVICEMEMBERS.

  The Secretary of Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture 
are encouraged to ensure servicemember and veteran access to 
public lands designed by this division for the purposes of 
outdoor recreation and to participate in outdoor-related 
volunteer and wellness programs.

SEC. 802. FIRE, INSECTS, AND DISEASES.

  Nothing in this division may be construed to limit the 
authority of the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretary of 
Agriculture under section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)), in accordance with existing laws (including 
regulations).

SEC. 803. MILITARY ACTIVITIES.

  Nothing in this division precludes--
          (1) low-level overflights of military aircraft over 
        wilderness areas;
          (2) the designation of new units of special airspace 
        over wilderness areas; or
          (3) the establishment of military flight training 
        routes over wilderness areas.
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SEC. 2846. GRAND CANYON CENTENNIAL PROTECTION ACT.

  (a) Short Title.--This section may be cited as the ``Grand 
Canyon Centennial Protection Act''.
  (b) Withdrawal of Certain Federal Land in the State of 
Arizona.--
          (1) Definition of map.--In this section, the term 
        ``Map'' means the map prepared by the Bureau of Land 
        Management entitled ``Grand Canyon Centennial 
        Protection Act'' and dated July 11, 2019.
          (2) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, 
        the approximately 1,006,545 acres of Federal land in 
        the State of Arizona, generally depicted on the Map as 
        ``Federal Mineral Estate to be Withdrawn'', including 
        any land or interest in land that is acquired by the 
        United States after the date of the enactment of this 
        section, are hereby withdrawn from--
                  (A) all forms of entry, appropriation, and 
                disposal under the public land laws;
                  (B) location, entry, and patent under the 
                mining laws; and
                  (C) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral 
                materials, and geothermal leasing laws.
          (3) Availability of map.--The Map shall be kept on 
        file and made available for public inspection in the 
        appropriate offices of the Forest Service and the 
        Bureau of Land Management.

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        DIVISION F--COLORADO OUTDOOR RECREATION AND ECONOMY ACT

SEC. 6001. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

  (a) Short Title.--This division may be cited as the 
``Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act''.
  (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this 
division is as follows:

         DIVISION F--COLORADO OUTDOOR RECREATION AND ECONOMY ACT

Sec. 6001. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 6002. Definition of State.

                       TITLE I--CONTINENTAL DIVIDE

Sec. 6101. Definitions.
Sec. 6102. Colorado Wilderness additions.
Sec. 6103. Williams Fork Mountains Wilderness.
Sec. 6104. Tenmile Recreation Management Area.
Sec. 6105. Porcupine Gulch Wildlife Conservation Area.
Sec. 6106. Williams Fork Mountains Wildlife Conservation Area.
Sec. 6107. Camp Hale National Historic Landscape.
Sec. 6108. White River National Forest Boundary modification.
Sec. 6109. Rocky Mountain National Park Potential Wilderness Boundary 
          adjustment.
Sec. 6110. Administrative provisions.

                      TITLE II--SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS

Sec. 6201. Definitions.
Sec. 6202. Additions to National Wilderness Preservation System.
Sec. 6203. Special management areas.
Sec. 6204. Release of wilderness study areas.
Sec. 6205. Administrative provisions.

                       TITLE III--THOMPSON DIVIDE

Sec. 6301. Purposes.
Sec. 6302. Definitions.
Sec. 6303. Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection Area.
Sec. 6304. Thompson Divide lease exchange.
Sec. 6305. Greater Thompson Divide Fugitive Coal Mine Methane Use Pilot 
          Program.
Sec. 6306. Effect.

              TITLE IV--CURECANTI NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

Sec. 6401. Definitions.
Sec. 6402. Curecanti National Recreation Area.
Sec. 6403. Acquisition of land; boundary management.
Sec. 6404. General management plan.
Sec. 6405. Boundary survey.

SEC. 6002. DEFINITION OF STATE.

  In this division, the term ``State'' means the State of 
Colorado.

                      TITLE I--CONTINENTAL DIVIDE

SEC. 6101. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Covered area.--The term ``covered area'' means 
        any area designated as wilderness by the amendments to 
        section 2(a) of the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 
        U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 103-77) made by section 
        6102(a).
          (2) Historic landscape.--The term ``Historic 
        Landscape'' means the Camp Hale National Historic 
        Landscape designated by section 6107(a).
          (3) Recreation management area.--The term 
        ``Recreation Management Area'' means the Tenmile 
        Recreation Management Area designated by section 
        6104(a).
          (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Agriculture.
          (5) Wildlife conservation area.--The term ``Wildlife 
        Conservation Area'' means, as applicable--
                  (A) the Porcupine Gulch Wildlife Conservation 
                Area designated by section 6105(a); and
                  (B) the Williams Fork Mountains Wildlife 
                Conservation Area designated by section 
                6106(a).

SEC. 6102. COLORADO WILDERNESS ADDITIONS.

  (a) Designation.--Section 2(a) of the Colorado Wilderness Act 
of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 103-77) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (18), by striking ``1993,'' and 
        inserting ``1993, and certain Federal land within the 
        White River National Forest that comprises 
        approximately 6,896 acres, as generally depicted as 
        `Proposed Ptarmigan Peak Wilderness Additions' on the 
        map entitled `Proposed Ptarmigan Peak Wilderness 
        Additions' and dated June 24, 2019,''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(23) Holy cross wilderness addition.--Certain 
        Federal land within the White River National Forest 
        that comprises approximately 3,866 acres, as generally 
        depicted as `Proposed Megan Dickie Wilderness Addition' 
        on the map entitled `Holy Cross Wilderness Addition 
        Proposal' and dated June 24, 2019, which shall be 
        incorporated into, and managed as part of, the Holy 
        Cross Wilderness designated by section 102(a)(5) of 
        Public Law 96-560 (94 Stat. 3266).
          ``(24) Hoosier ridge wilderness.--Certain Federal 
        land within the White River National Forest that 
        comprises approximately 5,235 acres, as generally 
        depicted as `Proposed Hoosier Ridge Wilderness' on the 
        map entitled `Tenmile Proposal' and dated June 24, 
        2019, which shall be known as the `Hoosier Ridge 
        Wilderness'.
          ``(25) Tenmile wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        within the White River National Forest that comprises 
        approximately 7,624 acres, as generally depicted as 
        `Proposed Tenmile Wilderness' on the map entitled 
        `Tenmile Proposal' and dated June 24, 2019, which shall 
        be known as the `Tenmile Wilderness'.
          ``(26) Eagles nest wilderness additions.--Certain 
        Federal land within the White River National Forest 
        that comprises approximately 9,670 acres, as generally 
        depicted as `Proposed Freeman Creek Wilderness 
        Addition' and `Proposed Spraddle Creek Wilderness 
        Addition' on the map entitled `Eagles Nest Wilderness 
        Additions Proposal' and dated June 24, 2019, which 
        shall be incorporated into, and managed as part of, the 
        Eagles Nest Wilderness designated by Public Law 94-352 
        (90 Stat. 870).''.
  (b) Applicable Law.--Any reference in the Wilderness Act (16 
U.S.C. 1131 et seq.) to the effective date of that Act shall be 
considered to be a reference to the date of enactment of this 
Act for purposes of administering a covered area.
  (c) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--In accordance with section 
4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)), the 
Secretary may carry out any activity in a covered area that the 
Secretary determines to be necessary for the control of fire, 
insects, and diseases, subject to such terms and conditions as 
the Secretary determines to be appropriate.
  (d) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock on a covered area, if 
established before the date of enactment of this Act, shall be 
permitted to continue subject to such reasonable regulations as 
are considered to be necessary by the Secretary, in accordance 
with--
          (1) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1133(d)(4)); and
          (2) the guidelines set forth in Appendix A of the 
        report of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 
        of the House of Representatives accompanying H.R. 2570 
        of the 101st Congress (H. Rept. 101-405).
  (e) Coordination.--For purposes of administering the Federal 
land designated as wilderness by paragraph (26) of section 2(a) 
of the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
Public Law 103-77) (as added by subsection (a)(2)), the 
Secretary shall, as determined to be appropriate for the 
protection of watersheds, coordinate the activities of the 
Secretary in response to fires and flooding events with 
interested State and local agencies, including operations using 
aircraft or mechanized equipment.

SEC. 6103. WILLIAMS FORK MOUNTAINS WILDERNESS.

  (a) Designation.--In furtherance of the purposes of the 
Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.), certain Federal land 
in the White River National Forest in the State, comprising 
approximately 8,036 acres and generally depicted as ``Proposed 
Williams Fork Mountains Wilderness'' on the map entitled 
``Williams Fork Mountains Proposal'' and dated June 24, 2019, 
is designated as a potential wilderness area.
  (b) Management.--Subject to valid existing rights and except 
as provided in subsection (d), the potential wilderness area 
designated by subsection (a) shall be managed in accordance 
with--
          (1) the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1131 et seq.); and
          (2) this section.
  (c) Livestock Use of Vacant Allotments.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 3 years after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, in accordance with 
        applicable laws (including regulations), the Secretary 
        shall publish a determination regarding whether to 
        authorize livestock grazing or other use by livestock 
        on the vacant allotments known as--
                  (A) the ``Big Hole Allotment''; and
                  (B) the ``Blue Ridge Allotment''.
          (2) Modification of allotments.--In publishing a 
        determination pursuant to paragraph (1), the Secretary 
        may modify or combine the vacant allotments referred to 
        in that paragraph.
          (3) Permit or other authorization.--Not later than 1 
        year after the date on which a determination of the 
        Secretary to authorize livestock grazing or other use 
        by livestock is published under paragraph (1), if 
        applicable, the Secretary shall grant a permit or other 
        authorization for that livestock grazing or other use 
        in accordance with applicable laws (including 
        regulations).
  (d) Range Improvements.--
          (1) In general.--If the Secretary permits livestock 
        grazing or other use by livestock on the potential 
        wilderness area under subsection (c), the Secretary, or 
        a third party authorized by the Secretary, may use any 
        motorized or mechanized transport or equipment for 
        purposes of constructing or rehabilitating such range 
        improvements as are necessary to obtain appropriate 
        livestock management objectives (including habitat and 
        watershed restoration).
          (2) Termination of authority.--The authority provided 
        by this subsection terminates on the date that is 2 
        years after the date on which the Secretary publishes a 
        positive determination under subsection (c)(3).
  (e) Designation as Wilderness.--
          (1) Designation.--The potential wilderness area 
        designated by subsection (a) shall be designated as 
        wilderness, to be known as the ``Williams Fork 
        Mountains Wilderness''--
                  (A) effective not earlier than the date that 
                is 180 days after the date of enactment this 
                Act; and
                  (B) on the earliest of--
                          (i) the date on which the Secretary 
                        publishes in the Federal Register a 
                        notice that the construction or 
                        rehabilitation of range improvements 
                        under subsection (d) is complete;
                          (ii) the date described in subsection 
                        (d)(2); and
                          (iii) the effective date of a 
                        determination of the Secretary not to 
                        authorize livestock grazing or other 
                        use by livestock under subsection 
                        (c)(1).
          (2) Administration.--Subject to valid existing 
        rights, the Secretary shall manage the Williams Fork 
        Mountains Wilderness in accordance with--
                  (A) the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 
                U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 103-77); and
                  (B) this title.

SEC. 6104. TENMILE RECREATION MANAGEMENT AREA.

  (a) Designation.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
approximately 17,122 acres of Federal land in the White River 
National Forest in the State, as generally depicted as 
``Proposed Tenmile Recreation Management Area'' on the map 
entitled ``Tenmile Proposal'' and dated June 24, 2019, are 
designated as the ``Tenmile Recreation Management Area''.
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Recreation Management Area 
are to conserve, protect, and enhance for the benefit and 
enjoyment of present and future generations the recreational, 
scenic, watershed, habitat, and ecological resources of the 
Recreation Management Area.
  (c) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        Recreation Management Area--
                  (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and 
                enhances--
                          (i) the purposes of the Recreation 
                        Management Area described in subsection 
                        (b); and
                          (ii) recreation opportunities, 
                        including mountain biking, hiking, 
                        fishing, horseback riding, snowshoeing, 
                        climbing, skiing, camping, and hunting; 
                        and
                  (B) in accordance with--
                          (i) the Forest and Rangeland 
                        Renewable Resources Planning Act of 
                        1974 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.);
                          (ii) any other applicable laws 
                        (including regulations); and
                          (iii) this section.
          (2) Uses.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary shall only 
                allow such uses of the Recreation Management 
                Area as the Secretary determines would further 
                the purposes described in subsection (b).
                  (B) Vehicles.--
                          (i) In general.--Except as provided 
                        in clause (iii), the use of motorized 
                        vehicles in the Recreation Management 
                        Area shall be limited to the roads, 
                        vehicle classes, and periods authorized 
                        for motorized vehicle use on the date 
                        of enactment of this Act.
                          (ii) New or temporary roads.--Except 
                        as provided in clause (iii), no new or 
                        temporary road shall be constructed in 
                        the Recreation Management Area.
                          (iii) Exceptions.--Nothing in clause 
                        (i) or (ii) prevents the Secretary 
                        from--
                                  (I) rerouting or closing an 
                                existing road or trail to 
                                protect natural resources from 
                                degradation, as the Secretary 
                                determines to be appropriate;
                                  (II) authorizing the use of 
                                motorized vehicles for 
                                administrative purposes or 
                                roadside camping;
                                  (III) constructing temporary 
                                roads or permitting the use of 
                                motorized vehicles to carry out 
                                pre- or post-fire watershed 
                                protection projects;
                                  (IV) authorizing the use of 
                                motorized vehicles to carry out 
                                any activity described in 
                                subsection (d), (e)(1), or (f); 
                                or
                                  (V) responding to an 
                                emergency.
                  (C) Commercial timber.--
                          (i) In general.--Subject to clause 
                        (ii), no project shall be carried out 
                        in the Recreation Management Area for 
                        the purpose of harvesting commercial 
                        timber.
                          (ii) Limitation.--Nothing in clause 
                        (i) prevents the Secretary from 
                        harvesting or selling a merchantable 
                        product that is a byproduct of an 
                        activity authorized under this section.
  (d) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--The Secretary may carry out 
any activity, in accordance with applicable laws (including 
regulations), that the Secretary determines to be necessary to 
prevent, control, or mitigate fire, insects, or disease in the 
Recreation Management Area, subject to such terms and 
conditions as the Secretary determines to be appropriate.
  (e) Water.--
          (1) Effect on water management infrastructure.--
        Nothing in this section affects the construction, 
        repair, reconstruction, replacement, operation, 
        maintenance, or renovation within the Recreation 
        Management Area of--
                  (A) water management infrastructure in 
                existence on the date of enactment of this Act; 
                or
                  (B) any future infrastructure necessary for 
                the development or exercise of water rights 
                decreed before the date of enactment of this 
                Act.
          (2) Applicable law.--Section 3(e) of the James Peak 
        Wilderness and Protection Area Act (Public Law 107-216; 
        116 Stat. 1058) shall apply to the Recreation 
        Management Area.
  (f) Regional Transportation Projects.--Nothing in this 
section precludes the Secretary from authorizing, in accordance 
with applicable laws (including regulations), the use or 
leasing of Federal land within the Recreation Management Area 
for--
          (1) a regional transportation project, including--
                  (A) highway widening or realignment; and
                  (B) construction of multimodal transportation 
                systems; or
          (2) any infrastructure, activity, or safety measure 
        associated with the implementation or use of a facility 
        constructed under paragraph (1).
  (g) Applicable Law.--Nothing in this section affects the 
designation of the Federal land within the Recreation 
Management Area for purposes of--
          (1) section 138 of title 23, United States Code; or
          (2) section 303 of title 49, United States Code.
  (h) Permits.--Nothing in this section alters or limits--
          (1) any permit held by a ski area or other entity; or
          (2) the acceptance, review, or implementation of 
        associated activities or facilities proposed or 
        authorized by law or permit outside the boundaries of 
        the Recreation Management Area.

SEC. 6105. PORCUPINE GULCH WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AREA.

  (a) Designation.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
approximately 8,287 acres of Federal land located in the White 
River National Forest, as generally depicted as ``Proposed 
Porcupine Gulch Wildlife Conservation Area'' on the map 
entitled ``Porcupine Gulch Wildlife Conservation Area 
Proposal'' and dated June 24, 2019, are designated as the 
``Porcupine Gulch Wildlife Conservation Area'' (referred to in 
this section as the ``Wildlife Conservation Area'').
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Wildlife Conservation Area 
are--
          (1) to conserve and protect a wildlife migration 
        corridor over Interstate 70; and
          (2) to conserve, protect, and enhance for the benefit 
        and enjoyment of present and future generations the 
        wildlife, scenic, roadless, watershed, and ecological 
        resources of the Wildlife Conservation Area.
  (c) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        Wildlife Conservation Area--
                  (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and 
                enhances the purposes described in subsection 
                (b); and
                  (B) in accordance with--
                          (i) the Forest and Rangeland 
                        Renewable Resources Planning Act of 
                        1974 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.);
                          (ii) any other applicable laws 
                        (including regulations); and
                          (iii) this section.
          (2) Uses.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary shall only 
                allow such uses of the Wildlife Conservation 
                Area as the Secretary determines would further 
                the purposes described in subsection (b).
                  (B) Recreation.--The Secretary may permit 
                such recreational activities in the Wildlife 
                Conservation Area that the Secretary determines 
                are consistent with the purposes described in 
                subsection (b).
                  (C) Motorized vehicles and mechanized 
                transport; new or temporary roads.--
                          (i) Motorized vehicles and mechanized 
                        transport.--Except as provided in 
                        clause (iii), the use of motorized 
                        vehicles and mechanized transport in 
                        the Wildlife Conservation Area shall be 
                        prohibited.
                          (ii) New or temporary roads.--Except 
                        as provided in clause (iii) and 
                        subsection (e), no new or temporary 
                        road shall be constructed within the 
                        Wildlife Conservation Area.
                          (iii) Exceptions.--Nothing in clause 
                        (i) or (ii) prevents the Secretary 
                        from--
                                  (I) authorizing the use of 
                                motorized vehicles or 
                                mechanized transport for 
                                administrative purposes;
                                  (II) constructing temporary 
                                roads or permitting the use of 
                                motorized vehicles or 
                                mechanized transport to carry 
                                out pre- or post-fire watershed 
                                protection projects;
                                  (III) authorizing the use of 
                                motorized vehicles or 
                                mechanized transport to carry 
                                out activities described in 
                                subsection (d) or (e); or
                                  (IV) responding to an 
                                emergency.
                  (D) Commercial timber.--
                          (i) In general.--Subject to clause 
                        (ii), no project shall be carried out 
                        in the Wildlife Conservation Area for 
                        the purpose of harvesting commercial 
                        timber.
                          (ii) Limitation.--Nothing in clause 
                        (i) prevents the Secretary from 
                        harvesting or selling a merchantable 
                        product that is a byproduct of an 
                        activity authorized under this section.
  (d) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--The Secretary may carry out 
any activity, in accordance with applicable laws (including 
regulations), that the Secretary determines to be necessary to 
prevent, control, or mitigate fire, insects, or disease in the 
Wildlife Conservation Area, subject to such terms and 
conditions as the Secretary determines to be appropriate.
  (e) Regional Transportation Projects.--Nothing in this 
section or section 6110(e) precludes the Secretary from 
authorizing, in accordance with applicable laws (including 
regulations), the use or leasing of Federal land within the 
Wildlife Conservation Area for--
          (1) a regional transportation project, including--
                  (A) highway widening or realignment; and
                  (B) construction of multimodal transportation 
                systems; or
          (2) any infrastructure, activity, or safety measure 
        associated with the implementation or use of a facility 
        constructed under paragraph (1).
  (f) Applicable Law.--Nothing in this section affects the 
designation of the Federal land within the Wildlife 
Conservation Area for purposes of--
          (1) section 138 of title 23, United States Code; or
          (2) section 303 of title 49, United States Code.
  (g) Water.--Section 3(e) of the James Peak Wilderness and 
Protection Area Act (Public Law 107-216; 116 Stat. 1058) shall 
apply to the Wildlife Conservation Area.

SEC. 6106. WILLIAMS FORK MOUNTAINS WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AREA.

  (a) Designation.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
approximately 3,528 acres of Federal land in the White River 
National Forest in the State, as generally depicted as 
``Proposed Williams Fork Mountains Wildlife Conservation Area'' 
on the map entitled ``Williams Fork Mountains Proposal'' and 
dated June 24, 2019, are designated as the ``Williams Fork 
Mountains Wildlife Conservation Area'' (referred to in this 
section as the ``Wildlife Conservation Area'').
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Wildlife Conservation Area 
are to conserve, protect, and enhance for the benefit and 
enjoyment of present and future generations the wildlife, 
scenic, roadless, watershed, recreational, and ecological 
resources of the Wildlife Conservation Area.
  (c) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        Wildlife Conservation Area--
                  (A) in a manner that conserves, protects, and 
                enhances the purposes described in subsection 
                (b); and
                  (B) in accordance with--
                          (i) the Forest and Rangeland 
                        Renewable Resources Planning Act of 
                        1974 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.);
                          (ii) any other applicable laws 
                        (including regulations); and
                          (iii) this section.
          (2) Uses.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary shall only 
                allow such uses of the Wildlife Conservation 
                Area as the Secretary determines would further 
                the purposes described in subsection (b).
                  (B) Motorized vehicles.--
                          (i) In general.--Except as provided 
                        in clause (iii), the use of motorized 
                        vehicles in the Wildlife Conservation 
                        Area shall be limited to designated 
                        roads and trails.
                          (ii) New or temporary roads.--Except 
                        as provided in clause (iii), no new or 
                        temporary road shall be constructed in 
                        the Wildlife Conservation Area.
                          (iii) Exceptions.--Nothing in clause 
                        (i) or (ii) prevents the Secretary 
                        from--
                                  (I) authorizing the use of 
                                motorized vehicles for 
                                administrative purposes;
                                  (II) authorizing the use of 
                                motorized vehicles to carry out 
                                activities described in 
                                subsection (d); or
                                  (III) responding to an 
                                emergency.
                  (C) Bicycles.--The use of bicycles in the 
                Wildlife Conservation Area shall be limited to 
                designated roads and trails.
                  (D) Commercial timber.--
                          (i) In general.--Subject to clause 
                        (ii), no project shall be carried out 
                        in the Wildlife Conservation Area for 
                        the purpose of harvesting commercial 
                        timber.
                          (ii) Limitation.--Nothing in clause 
                        (i) prevents the Secretary from 
                        harvesting or selling a merchantable 
                        product that is a byproduct of an 
                        activity authorized under this section.
                  (E) Grazing.--The laws (including 
                regulations) and policies followed by the 
                Secretary in issuing and administering grazing 
                permits or leases on land under the 
                jurisdiction of the Secretary shall continue to 
                apply with regard to the land in the Wildlife 
                Conservation Area, consistent with the purposes 
                described in subsection (b).
  (d) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--The Secretary may carry out 
any activity, in accordance with applicable laws (including 
regulations), that the Secretary determines to be necessary to 
prevent, control, or mitigate fire, insects, or disease in the 
Wildlife Conservation Area, subject to such terms and 
conditions as the Secretary determines to be appropriate.
  (e) Regional Transportation Projects.--Nothing in this 
section or section 6110(e) precludes the Secretary from 
authorizing, in accordance with applicable laws (including 
regulations), the use or leasing of Federal land within the 
Wildlife Conservation Area for--
          (1) a regional transportation project, including--
                  (A) highway widening or realignment; and
                  (B) construction of multimodal transportation 
                systems; or
          (2) any infrastructure, activity, or safety measure 
        associated with the implementation or use of a facility 
        constructed under paragraph (1).
  (f) Water.--Section 3(e) of the James Peak Wilderness and 
Protection Area Act (Public Law 107-216; 116 Stat. 1058) shall 
apply to the Wildlife Conservation Area.

SEC. 6107. CAMP HALE NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDSCAPE.

  (a) Designation.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
approximately 28,676 acres of Federal land in the White River 
National Forest in the State, as generally depicted as 
``Proposed Camp Hale National Historic Landscape'' on the map 
entitled ``Camp Hale National Historic Landscape Proposal'' and 
dated June 24, 2019, are designated the ``Camp Hale National 
Historic Landscape''.
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Historic Landscape are--
          (1) to provide for--
                  (A) the interpretation of historic events, 
                activities, structures, and artifacts of the 
                Historic Landscape, including with respect to 
                the role of the Historic Landscape in local, 
                national, and world history;
                  (B) the historic preservation of the Historic 
                Landscape, consistent with--
                          (i) the designation of the Historic 
                        Landscape as a national historic site; 
                        and
                          (ii) the other purposes of the 
                        Historic Landscape;
                  (C) recreational opportunities, with an 
                emphasis on the activities related to the 
                historic use of the Historic Landscape, 
                including skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, 
                hiking, horseback riding, climbing, other road- 
                and trail-based activities, and other outdoor 
                activities; and
                  (D) the continued environmental remediation 
                and removal of unexploded ordnance at the Camp 
                Hale Formerly Used Defense Site and the Camp 
                Hale historic cantonment area; and
          (2) to conserve, protect, restore, and enhance for 
        the benefit and enjoyment of present and future 
        generations the scenic, watershed, and ecological 
        resources of the Historic Landscape.
  (c) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        Historic Landscape in accordance with--
                  (A) the purposes of the Historic Landscape 
                described in subsection (b); and
                  (B) any other applicable laws (including 
                regulations).
          (2) Management plan.--
                  (A) In general.--Not later than 5 years after 
                the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary shall prepare a management plan for 
                the Historic Landscape.
                  (B) Contents.--The management plan prepared 
                under subparagraph (A) shall include plans 
                for--
                          (i) improving the interpretation of 
                        historic events, activities, 
                        structures, and artifacts of the 
                        Historic Landscape, including with 
                        respect to the role of the Historic 
                        Landscape in local, national, and world 
                        history;
                          (ii) conducting historic preservation 
                        and veteran outreach and engagement 
                        activities;
                          (iii) managing recreational 
                        opportunities, including the use and 
                        stewardship of--
                                  (I) the road and trail 
                                systems; and
                                  (II) dispersed recreation 
                                resources;
                          (iv) the conservation, protection, 
                        restoration, or enhancement of the 
                        scenic, watershed, and ecological 
                        resources of the Historic Landscape, 
                        including conducting the restoration 
                        and enhancement project under 
                        subsection (d); and
                          (v) environmental remediation and, 
                        consistent with subsection (e)(2), the 
                        removal of unexploded ordnance.
          (3) Explosive hazards.--The Secretary shall provide 
        to the Secretary of the Army a notification of any 
        unexploded ordnance (as defined in section 101(e) of 
        title 10, United States Code) that is discovered in the 
        Historic Landscape.
  (d) Camp Hale Restoration and Enhancement Project.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall conduct a 
        restoration and enhancement project in the Historic 
        Landscape--
                  (A) to improve aquatic, riparian, and wetland 
                conditions in and along the Eagle River and 
                tributaries of the Eagle River;
                  (B) to maintain or improve recreation and 
                interpretive opportunities and facilities; and
                  (C) to conserve historic values in the Camp 
                Hale area.
          (2) Coordination.--In carrying out the project 
        described in paragraph (1), the Secretary shall 
        coordinate with--
                  (A) the United States Army Corps of 
                Engineers;
                  (B) the Camp Hale-Eagle River Headwaters 
                Collaborative Group;
                  (C) the National Forest Foundation;
                  (D) the Colorado Department of Public Health 
                and Environment;
                  (E) the Colorado State Historic Preservation 
                Office;
                  (F) units of local government; and
                  (G) other interested organizations and 
                members of the public.
  (e) Environmental Remediation.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of the Army shall 
        continue to carry out the projects and activities of 
        the Department of the Army in existence on the date of 
        enactment of this Act relating to cleanup of--
                  (A) the Camp Hale Formerly Used Defense Site; 
                or
                  (B) the Camp Hale historic cantonment area.
          (2) Removal of unexploded ordnance.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary of the Army 
                may remove unexploded ordnance (as defined in 
                section 101(e) of title 10, United States Code) 
                from the Historic Landscape, as the Secretary 
                of the Army determines to be appropriate in 
                accordance with applicable law (including 
                regulations).
                  (B) Action on receipt of notice.--On receipt 
                from the Secretary of a notification of 
                unexploded ordnance under subsection (c)(3), 
                the Secretary of the Army may remove the 
                unexploded ordnance in accordance with--
                          (i) the program for environmental 
                        restoration of formerly used defense 
                        sites under section 2701 of title 10, 
                        United States Code;
                          (ii) the Comprehensive Environmental 
                        Response, Compensation, and Liability 
                        Act of 1980 (42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq.); 
                        and
                          (iii) any other applicable provision 
                        of law (including regulations).
          (3) Effect of subsection.--Nothing in this subsection 
        modifies any obligation in existence on the date of 
        enactment of this Act relating to environmental 
        remediation or removal of any unexploded ordnance 
        located in or around the Camp Hale historic cantonment 
        area, the Camp Hale Formerly Used Defense Site, or the 
        Historic Landscape, including such an obligation 
        under--
                  (A) the program for environmental restoration 
                of formerly used defense sites under section 
                2701 of title 10, United States Code;
                  (B) the Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
                Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (42 
                U.S.C. 9601 et seq.); or
                  (C) any other applicable provision of law 
                (including regulations).
  (f) Interagency Agreement.--The Secretary and the Secretary 
of the Army shall enter into an agreement--
          (1) to specify--
                  (A) the activities of the Secretary relating 
                to the management of the Historic Landscape; 
                and
                  (B) the activities of the Secretary of the 
                Army relating to environmental remediation and 
                the removal of unexploded ordnance in 
                accordance with subsection (e) and other 
                applicable laws (including regulations); and
          (2) to require the Secretary to provide to the 
        Secretary of the Army, by not later than 1 year after 
        the date of enactment of this Act and periodically 
        thereafter, as appropriate, a management plan for the 
        Historic Landscape for purposes of the removal 
        activities described in subsection (e).
  (g) Effect.--Nothing in this section--
          (1) affects the jurisdiction of the State over any 
        water law, water right, or adjudication or 
        administration relating to any water resource;
          (2) affects any water right in existence on or after 
        the date of enactment of this Act, or the exercise of 
        such a water right, including--
                  (A) a water right under an interstate water 
                compact (including full development of any 
                apportionment made in accordance with such a 
                compact);
                  (B) a water right decreed within, above, 
                below, or through the Historic Landscape;
                  (C) a water right held by the United States;
                  (D) the management or operation of any 
                reservoir, including the storage, management, 
                release, or transportation of water; and
                  (E) the construction or operation of such 
                infrastructure as is determined to be necessary 
                by an individual or entity holding water rights 
                to develop and place to beneficial use those 
                rights, subject to applicable Federal, State, 
                and local law (including regulations);
          (3) constitutes an express or implied reservation by 
        the United States of any reserved or appropriative 
        water right;
          (4) alters or limits--
                  (A) a permit held by a ski area;
                  (B) the implementation of activities governed 
                by a ski area permit; or
                  (C) the authority of the Secretary to modify 
                or expand an existing ski area permit;
          (5) prevents the Secretary from closing portions of 
        the Historic Landscape for public safety, environmental 
        remediation, or other use in accordance with applicable 
        laws; or
          (6) affects--
                  (A) any special use permit in effect on the 
                date of enactment of this Act; or
                  (B) the renewal of a permit described in 
                subparagraph (A).
  (h)(1) Funding.--There is established in the general fund of 
the Treasury a special account, to be known as the ``Camp Hale 
Historic Preservation and Restoration Fund''.
  (2) There is authorized to be appropriated to the Camp Hale 
Historic Preservation and Restoration Fund $10,000,000, to be 
available to the Secretary until expended, for activities 
relating to historic interpretation, preservation, and 
restoration carried out in and around the Historic Landscape.
  (i) Designation of Overlook.--The interpretive site located 
beside United States Route 24 in the State, at 39.431N 
106.323W, is hereby designated as the ``Sandy Treat Overlook''.

SEC. 6108. WHITE RIVER NATIONAL FOREST BOUNDARY MODIFICATION.

  (a) In General.--The boundary of the White River National 
Forest is modified to include the approximately 120 acres 
comprised of the SW 1/4, the SE 1/4, and the NE 1/4 of the SE 
1/4 of sec. 1, T. 2 S., R. 80 W., 6th Principal Meridian, in 
Summit County in the State.
  (b) Land and Water Conservation Fund.--For purposes of 
section 200306 of title 54, United States Code, the boundaries 
of the White River National Forest, as modified under 
subsection (a), shall be considered to be the boundaries of the 
White River National Forest as in existence on January 1, 1965.

SEC. 6109. ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK POTENTIAL WILDERNESS BOUNDARY 
                    ADJUSTMENT.

  (a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to provide for 
the ongoing maintenance and use of portions of the Trail River 
Ranch and the associated property located within Rocky Mountain 
National Park in Grand County in the State.
  (b) Boundary Adjustment.--Section 1952(b) of the Omnibus 
Public Land Management Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-11; 123 
Stat. 1070) is amended by adding at the end the following:
          ``(3) Boundary adjustment.--The boundary of the 
        Potential Wilderness is modified to exclude the area 
        comprising approximately 15.5 acres of land identified 
        as `Potential Wilderness to Non-wilderness' on the map 
        entitled `Rocky Mountain National Park Proposed 
        Wilderness Area Amendment' and dated January 16, 
        2018.''.

SEC. 6110. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS.

  (a) Fish and Wildlife.--Nothing in this title affects the 
jurisdiction or responsibility of the State with respect to 
fish and wildlife in the State.
  (b) No Buffer Zones.--
          (1) In general.--Nothing in this title or an 
        amendment made by this title establishes a protective 
        perimeter or buffer zone around--
                  (A) a covered area;
                  (B) a wilderness area or potential wilderness 
                area designated by section 6103;
                  (C) the Recreation Management Area;
                  (D) a Wildlife Conservation Area; or
                  (E) the Historic Landscape.
          (2) Outside activities.--The fact that a 
        nonwilderness activity or use on land outside of a 
        covered area can be seen or heard from within the 
        covered area shall not preclude the activity or use 
        outside the boundary of the covered area.
  (c) Maps and Legal Descriptions.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall file 
        maps and legal descriptions of each area described in 
        subsection (b)(1) with--
                  (A) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate.
          (2) Force of law.--Each map and legal description 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary may correct any typographical errors in the 
        maps and legal descriptions.
          (3) Public availability.--Each map and legal 
        description filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Forest Service.
  (d) Acquisition of Land.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may acquire any land 
        or interest in land within the boundaries of an area 
        described in subsection (b)(1) only through exchange, 
        donation, or purchase from a willing seller.
          (2) Management.--Any land or interest in land 
        acquired under paragraph (1) shall be incorporated 
        into, and administered as a part of, the wilderness 
        area, Recreation Management Area, Wildlife Conservation 
        Area, or Historic Landscape, as applicable, in which 
        the land or interest in land is located.
  (e) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid rights in existence on the 
date of enactment of this Act, the areas described in 
subsection (b)(1) are withdrawn from--
          (1) entry, appropriation, and disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under mining laws; 
        and
          (3) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral 
        materials, and geothermal leasing laws.
  (f) Military Overflights.--Nothing in this title or an 
amendment made by this title restricts or precludes--
          (1) any low-level overflight of military aircraft 
        over any area subject to this title or an amendment 
        made by this title, including military overflights that 
        can be seen, heard, or detected within such an area;
          (2) flight testing or evaluation over an area 
        described in paragraph (1); or
          (3) the use or establishment of--
                  (A) any new unit of special use airspace over 
                an area described in paragraph (1); or
                  (B) any military flight training or 
                transportation over such an area.
  (g) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that 
military aviation training on Federal public lands in Colorado, 
including the training conducted at the High-Altitude Army 
National Guard Aviation Training Site, is critical to the 
national security of the United States and the readiness of the 
Armed Forces.

                      TITLE II--SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS

SEC. 6201. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Covered land.--The term ``covered land'' means--
                  (A) land designated as wilderness under 
                paragraphs (27) through (29) of section 2(a) of 
                the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 
                1132 note; Public Law 103-77) (as added by 
                section 6202); and
                  (B) a Special Management Area.
          (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Agriculture.
          (3) Special management area.--The term ``Special 
        Management Area'' means each of--
                  (A) the Sheep Mountain Special Management 
                Area designated by section 6203(a)(1); and
                  (B) the Liberty Bell East Special Management 
                Area designated by section 6203(a)(2).

SEC. 6202. ADDITIONS TO NATIONAL WILDERNESS PRESERVATION SYSTEM.

  Section 2(a) of the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 
U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 103-77) (as amended by section 
6102(a)(2)) is amended by adding at the end the following:
          ``(27) Lizard head wilderness addition.--Certain 
        Federal land in the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and 
        Gunnison National Forests comprising approximately 
        3,141 acres, as generally depicted on the map entitled 
        `Proposed Wilson, Sunshine, Black Face and San Bernardo 
        Additions to the Lizard Head Wilderness' and dated 
        September 6, 2018, which is incorporated in, and shall 
        be administered as part of, the Lizard Head Wilderness.
          ``(28) Mount sneffels wilderness additions.--
                  ``(A) Liberty bell and last dollar 
                additions.--Certain Federal land in the Grand 
                Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National 
                Forests comprising approximately 7,235 acres, 
                as generally depicted on the map entitled 
                `Proposed Liberty Bell and Last Dollar 
                Additions to the Mt. Sneffels Wilderness, 
                Liberty Bell East Special Management Area' and 
                dated September 6, 2018, which is incorporated 
                in, and shall be administered as part of, the 
                Mount Sneffels Wilderness.
                  ``(B) Whitehouse additions.--Certain Federal 
                land in the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and 
                Gunnison National Forests comprising 
                approximately 12,465 acres, as generally 
                depicted on the map entitled `Proposed 
                Whitehouse Additions to the Mt. Sneffels 
                Wilderness' and dated September 6, 2018, which 
                is incorporated in, and shall be administered 
                as part of, the Mount Sneffels Wilderness.
          ``(29) Mckenna peak wilderness.--Certain Federal land 
        in the State of Colorado comprising approximately 8,884 
        acres of Bureau of Land Management land, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled `Proposed McKenna Peak 
        Wilderness Area' and dated September 18, 2018, to be 
        known as the `McKenna Peak Wilderness'.''.

SEC. 6203. SPECIAL MANAGEMENT AREAS.

  (a) Designation.--
          (1) Sheep mountain special management area.--The 
        Federal land in the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and 
        Gunnison and San Juan National Forests in the State 
        comprising approximately 21,663 acres, as generally 
        depicted on the map entitled ``Proposed Sheep Mountain 
        Special Management Area'' and dated September 19, 2018, 
        is designated as the ``Sheep Mountain Special 
        Management Area''.
          (2) Liberty bell east special management area.--The 
        Federal land in the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and 
        Gunnison National Forests in the State comprising 
        approximately 792 acres, as generally depicted on the 
        map entitled ``Proposed Liberty Bell and Last Dollar 
        Additions to the Mt. Sneffels Wilderness, Liberty Bell 
        East Special Management Area'' and dated September 6, 
        2018, is designated as the ``Liberty Bell East Special 
        Management Area''.
  (b) Purpose.--The purpose of the Special Management Areas is 
to conserve and protect for the benefit and enjoyment of 
present and future generations the geological, cultural, 
archaeological, paleontological, natural, scientific, 
recreational, wilderness, wildlife, riparian, historical, 
educational, and scenic resources of the Special Management 
Areas.
  (c) Management.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall manage the 
        Special Management Areas in a manner that--
                  (A) conserves, protects, and enhances the 
                resources and values of the Special Management 
                Areas described in subsection (b);
                  (B) subject to paragraph (3), maintains or 
                improves the wilderness character of the 
                Special Management Areas and the suitability of 
                the Special Management Areas for potential 
                inclusion in the National Wilderness 
                Preservation System; and
                  (C) is in accordance with--
                          (i) the National Forest Management 
                        Act of 1976 (16 U.S.C. 1600 et seq.);
                          (ii) this title; and
                          (iii) any other applicable laws.
          (2) Prohibitions.--The following shall be prohibited 
        in the Special Management Areas:
                  (A) Permanent roads.
                  (B) Except as necessary to meet the minimum 
                requirements for the administration of the 
                Federal land, to provide access for abandoned 
                mine cleanup, and to protect public health and 
                safety--
                          (i) the use of motor vehicles, 
                        motorized equipment, or mechanical 
                        transport (other than as provided in 
                        paragraph (3)); and
                          (ii) the establishment of temporary 
                        roads.
          (3) Authorized activities.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary may allow any 
                activities (including helicopter access for 
                recreation and maintenance and the competitive 
                running event permitted since 1992) that have 
                been authorized by permit or license as of the 
                date of enactment of this Act to continue 
                within the Special Management Areas, subject to 
                such terms and conditions as the Secretary may 
                require.
                  (B) Permitting.--The designation of the 
                Special Management Areas by subsection (a) 
                shall not affect the issuance of permits 
                relating to the activities covered under 
                subparagraph (A) after the date of enactment of 
                this Act.
                  (C) Bicycles.--The Secretary may permit the 
                use of bicycles in--
                          (i) the portion of the Sheep Mountain 
                        Special Management Area identified as 
                        ``Ophir Valley Area'' on the map 
                        entitled ``Proposed Sheep Mountain 
                        Special Management Area'' and dated 
                        September 19, 2018; and
                          (ii) the portion of the Liberty Bell 
                        East Special Management Area identified 
                        as ``Liberty Bell Corridor'' on the map 
                        entitled ``Proposed Liberty Bell and 
                        Last Dollar Additions to the Mt. 
                        Sneffels Wilderness, Liberty Bell East 
                        Special Management Area'' and dated 
                        September 6, 2018.
  (d) Applicable Law.--Water and water rights in the Special 
Management Areas shall be administered in accordance with 
section 8 of the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (Public Law 
103-77; 107 Stat. 762), except that, for purposes of this 
division--
          (1) any reference contained in that section to ``the 
        lands designated as wilderness by this Act'', ``the 
        Piedra, Roubideau, and Tabeguache areas identified in 
        section 9 of this Act, or the Bowen Gulch Protection 
        Area or the Fossil Ridge Recreation Management Area 
        identified in sections 5 and 6 of this Act'', or ``the 
        areas described in sections 2, 5, 6, and 9 of this 
        Act'' shall be considered to be a reference to ``the 
        Special Management Areas''; and
          (2) any reference contained in that section to ``this 
        Act'' shall be considered to be a reference to ``the 
        Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act''.

SEC. 6204. RELEASE OF WILDERNESS STUDY AREAS.

  (a) Dominguez Canyon Wilderness Study Area.--Subtitle E of 
title II of Public Law 111-11 is amended--
          (1) by redesignating section 2408 (16 U.S.C. 460zzz-
        7) as section 2409; and
          (2) by inserting after section 2407 (16 U.S.C. 
        460zzz-6) the following:

``SEC. 2408. RELEASE.

  ``(a) In General.--Congress finds that, for the purposes of 
section 603(c) of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)), the portions of the Dominguez Canyon 
Wilderness Study Area not designated as wilderness by this 
subtitle have been adequately studied for wilderness 
designation.
  ``(b) Release.--Any public land referred to in subsection (a) 
that is not designated as wilderness by this subtitle--
          ``(1) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of the 
        Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 
        U.S.C. 1782(c)); and
          ``(2) shall be managed in accordance with this 
        subtitle and any other applicable laws.''.
  (b) Mckenna Peak Wilderness Study Area.--
          (1) In general.--Congress finds that, for the 
        purposes of section 603(c) of the Federal Land Policy 
        and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)), the 
        portions of the McKenna Peak Wilderness Study Area in 
        San Miguel County in the State not designated as 
        wilderness by paragraph (29) of section 2(a) of the 
        Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
        Public Law 103-77) (as added by section 6202) have been 
        adequately studied for wilderness designation.
          (2) Release.--Any public land referred to in 
        paragraph (1) that is not designated as wilderness by 
        paragraph (29) of section 2(a) of the Colorado 
        Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 
        103-77) (as added by section 6202)--
                  (A) is no longer subject to section 603(c) of 
                the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
                1976 (43 U.S.C. 1782(c)); and
                  (B) shall be managed in accordance with 
                applicable laws.

SEC. 6205. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS.

  (a) Fish and Wildlife.--Nothing in this title affects the 
jurisdiction or responsibility of the State with respect to 
fish and wildlife in the State.
  (b) No Buffer Zones.--
          (1) In general.--Nothing in this title establishes a 
        protective perimeter or buffer zone around covered 
        land.
          (2) Activities outside wilderness.--The fact that a 
        nonwilderness activity or use on land outside of the 
        covered land can be seen or heard from within covered 
        land shall not preclude the activity or use outside the 
        boundary of the covered land.
  (c) Maps and Legal Descriptions.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary or the 
        Secretary of the Interior, as appropriate, shall file a 
        map and a legal description of each wilderness area 
        designated by paragraphs (27) through (29) of section 
        2(a) of the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 
        1132 note; Public Law 103-77) (as added by section 
        6202) and the Special Management Areas with--
                  (A) the Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Energy and Natural 
                Resources of the Senate.
          (2) Force of law.--Each map and legal description 
        filed under paragraph (1) shall have the same force and 
        effect as if included in this title, except that the 
        Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior, as 
        appropriate, may correct any typographical errors in 
        the maps and legal descriptions.
          (3) Public availability.--Each map and legal 
        description filed under paragraph (1) shall be on file 
        and available for public inspection in the appropriate 
        offices of the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest 
        Service.
  (d) Acquisition of Land.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary or the Secretary of 
        the Interior, as appropriate, may acquire any land or 
        interest in land within the boundaries of a Special 
        Management Area or the wilderness designated under 
        paragraphs (27) through (29) of section 2(a) of the 
        Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; 
        Public Law 103-77) (as added by section 6202) only 
        through exchange, donation, or purchase from a willing 
        seller.
          (2) Management.--Any land or interest in land 
        acquired under paragraph (1) shall be incorporated 
        into, and administered as a part of, the wilderness or 
        Special Management Area in which the land or interest 
        in land is located.
  (e) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock on covered land, if 
established before the date of enactment of this Act, shall be 
permitted to continue subject to such reasonable regulations as 
are considered to be necessary by the Secretary with 
jurisdiction over the covered land, in accordance with--
          (1) section 4(d)(4) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 
        1133(d)(4)); and
          (2) the applicable guidelines set forth in Appendix A 
        of the report of the Committee on Interior and Insular 
        Affairs of the House of Representatives accompanying 
        H.R. 2570 of the 101st Congress (H. Rept. 101-405) or 
        H.R. 5487 of the 96th Congress (H. Rept. 96-617).
  (f) Fire, Insects, and Diseases.--In accordance with section 
4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act (16 U.S.C. 1133(d)(1)), the 
Secretary with jurisdiction over a wilderness area designated 
by paragraphs (27) through (29) of section 2(a) of the Colorado 
Wilderness Act of 1993 (16 U.S.C. 1132 note; Public Law 103-77) 
(as added by section 6202) may carry out any activity in the 
wilderness area that the Secretary determines to be necessary 
for the control of fire, insects, and diseases, subject to such 
terms and conditions as the Secretary determines to be 
appropriate.
  (g) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid rights in existence on the 
date of enactment of this Act, the covered land and the 
approximately 6,590 acres generally depicted on the map 
entitled ``Proposed Naturita Canyon Mineral Withdrawal Area'' 
and dated September 6, 2018, is withdrawn from--
          (1) entry, appropriation, and disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under mining laws; 
        and
          (3) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral 
        materials, and geothermal leasing laws.

                       TITLE III--THOMPSON DIVIDE

SEC. 6301. PURPOSES.

  The purposes of this title are--
          (1) subject to valid existing rights, to withdraw 
        certain Federal land in the Thompson Divide area from 
        mineral and other disposal laws; and
          (2) to promote the capture of fugitive methane 
        emissions that would otherwise be emitted into the 
        atmosphere--
                  (A) to reduce methane gas emissions; and
                  (B) to provide--
                          (i) new renewable electricity 
                        supplies and other beneficial uses of 
                        fugitive methane emissions; and
                          (ii) increased royalties for 
                        taxpayers.

SEC. 6302. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Fugitive methane emissions.--The term ``fugitive 
        methane emissions'' means methane gas from those 
        Federal lands in Garfield, Gunnison, Delta, or Pitkin 
        County in the State generally depicted on the pilot 
        program map as ``Fugitive Coal Mine Methane Use Pilot 
        Program Area'' that would leak or be vented into the 
        atmosphere from an active, inactive or abandoned 
        underground coal mine.
          (2) Pilot program.--The term ``pilot program'' means 
        the Greater Thompson Divide Fugitive Coal Mine Methane 
        Use Pilot Program established by section 6305(a)(1).
          (3) Pilot program map.--The term ``pilot program 
        map'' means the map entitled ``Greater Thompson Divide 
        Fugitive Coal Mine Methane Use Pilot Program Area'' and 
        dated June 17, 2019.
          (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of the Interior.
          (5) Thompson divide lease.--
                  (A) In general.--The term ``Thompson Divide 
                lease'' means any oil or gas lease in effect on 
                the date of enactment of this Act within the 
                Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection Area.
                  (B) Exclusions.--The term ``Thompson Divide 
                lease'' does not include any oil or gas lease 
                that--
                          (i) is associated with a Wolf Creek 
                        Storage Field development right; or
                          (ii) before the date of enactment of 
                        this Act, has expired, been cancelled, 
                        or otherwise terminated.
          (6) Thompson divide map.--The term ``Thompson Divide 
        map'' means the map entitled ``Greater Thompson Divide 
        Area Map'' and dated June 13, 2019.
          (7) Thompson divide withdrawal and protection area.--
        The term ``Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection 
        Area'' means the Federal land and minerals generally 
        depicted on the Thompson Divide map as the ``Thompson 
        Divide Withdrawal and Protection Area''.
          (8) Wolf creek storage field development right.--
                  (A) In general.--The term ``Wolf Creek 
                Storage Field development right'' means a 
                development right for any of the Federal 
                mineral leases numbered COC 007496, COC 007497, 
                COC 007498, COC 007499, COC 007500, COC 007538, 
                COC 008128, COC 015373, COC 0128018, COC 
                051645, and COC 051646, and generally depicted 
                on the Thompson Divide map as ``Wolf Creek 
                Storage Agreement''.
                  (B) Exclusions.--The term ``Wolf Creek 
                Storage Field development right'' does not 
                include any storage right or related activity 
                within the area described in subparagraph (A).

SEC. 6303. THOMPSON DIVIDE WITHDRAWAL AND PROTECTION AREA.

  (a) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, the 
Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection Area is withdrawn 
from--
          (1) entry, appropriation, and disposal under the 
        public land laws;
          (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining 
        laws; and
          (3) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral 
        materials, and geothermal leasing laws.
  (b) Surveys.--The exact acreage and legal description of the 
Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection Area shall be 
determined by surveys approved by the Secretary, in 
consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture.
  (c) Grazing.--The grazing of livestock on covered land, if 
established before the date of enactment of this Act, shall be 
allowed to continue subject to such reasonable regulations as 
are considered to be necessary by the Secretary with 
jurisdiction over the covered land.

SEC. 6304. THOMPSON DIVIDE LEASE EXCHANGE.

  (a) In General.--In exchange for the relinquishment by a 
leaseholder of all Thompson Divide leases of the leaseholder, 
the Secretary may issue to the leaseholder credits for any bid, 
royalty, or rental payment due under any Federal oil or gas 
lease on Federal land in the State, in accordance with 
subsection (b).
  (b) Amount of Credits.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to paragraph (2), the amount 
        of the credits issued to a leaseholder of a Thompson 
        Divide lease relinquished under subsection (a) shall--
                  (A) be equal to the sum of--
                          (i) the amount of the bonus bids paid 
                        for the applicable Thompson Divide 
                        leases;
                          (ii) the amount of any rental paid 
                        for the applicable Thompson Divide 
                        leases as of the date on which the 
                        leaseholder submits to the Secretary a 
                        notice of the decision to relinquish 
                        the applicable Thompson Divide leases; 
                        and
                          (iii) the amount of any expenses 
                        incurred by the leaseholder of the 
                        applicable Thompson Divide leases in 
                        the preparation of any drilling permit, 
                        sundry notice, or other related 
                        submission in support of the 
                        development of the applicable Thompson 
                        Divide leases as of January 28, 2019, 
                        including any expenses relating to the 
                        preparation of any analysis under the 
                        National Environmental Policy Act of 
                        1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.); and
                  (B) require the approval of the Secretary.
          (2) Exclusion.--The amount of a credit issued under 
        subsection (a) shall not include any expenses paid by 
        the leaseholder of a Thompson Divide lease for legal 
        fees or related expenses for legal work with respect to 
        a Thompson Divide lease.
  (c) Cancellation.--Effective on relinquishment under this 
section, and without any additional action by the Secretary, a 
Thompson Divide lease--
          (1) shall be permanently cancelled; and
          (2) shall not be reissued.
  (d) Conditions.--
          (1) Applicable law.--Except as otherwise provided in 
        this section, each exchange under this section shall be 
        conducted in accordance with--
                  (A) this division; and
                  (B) other applicable laws (including 
                regulations).
          (2) Acceptance of credits.--The Secretary may, 
        subject to appropriations, accept credits issued under 
        subsection (a) in the same manner as cash for the 
        payments described in that subsection.
          (3) Applicability.--The use of a credit issued under 
        subsection (a) shall be subject to the laws (including 
        regulations) applicable to the payments described in 
        that subsection, to the extent that the laws are 
        consistent with this section.
          (4) Treatment of credits.--Subject to appropriations, 
        all amounts in the form of credits issued under 
        subsection (a) accepted by the Secretary shall be 
        considered to be amounts received for the purposes of--
                  (A) section 35 of the Mineral Leasing Act (30 
                U.S.C. 191); and
                  (B) section 20 of the Geothermal Steam Act of 
                1970 (30 U.S.C. 1019).
  (e) Wolf Creek Storage Field Development Rights.--
          (1) Conveyance to secretary.--As a condition 
        precedent to the relinquishment of a Thompson Divide 
        lease, any leaseholder with a Wolf Creek Storage Field 
        development right shall permanently relinquish, 
        transfer, and otherwise convey to the Secretary, in a 
        form acceptable to the Secretary, all Wolf Creek 
        Storage Field development rights of the leaseholder.
          (2) Limitation of transfer.--An interest acquired by 
        the Secretary under paragraph (1)--
                  (A) shall be held in perpetuity; and
                  (B) shall not be--
                          (i) transferred;
                          (ii) reissued; or
                          (iii) otherwise used for mineral 
                        extraction.

SEC. 6305. GREATER THOMPSON DIVIDE FUGITIVE COAL MINE METHANE USE PILOT 
                    PROGRAM.

  (a) Fugitive Coal Mine Methane Use Pilot Program.--
          (1) Establishment.--There is established in the 
        Bureau of Land Management a pilot program, to be known 
        as the ``Greater Thompson Divide Fugitive Coal Mine 
        Methane Use Pilot Program''.
          (2) Purpose.--The purpose of the pilot program is to 
        promote the capture, beneficial use, mitigation, and 
        sequestration of fugitive methane emissions--
                  (A) to reduce methane emissions;
                  (B) to promote economic development;
                  (C) to produce bid and royalty revenues;
                  (D) to improve air quality; and
                  (E) to improve public safety.
          (3) Plan.--
                  (A) In general.--Not later than 180 days 
                after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary shall develop a plan--
                          (i) to complete an inventory of 
                        fugitive methane emissions in 
                        accordance with subsection (b);
                          (ii) to provide for the leasing of 
                        fugitive methane emissions in 
                        accordance with subsection (c); and
                          (iii) to provide for the capping or 
                        destruction of fugitive methane 
                        emissions in accordance with subsection 
                        (d).
                  (B) Coordination.--In developing the plan 
                under this paragraph, the Secretary shall 
                coordinate with--
                          (i) the State;
                          (ii) Garfield, Gunnison, Delta, and 
                        Pitkin Counties in the State;
                          (iii) lessees of Federal coal within 
                        the counties referred to in clause 
                        (ii);
                          (iv) interested institutions of 
                        higher education in the State; and
                          (v) interested members of the public.
  (b) Fugitive Methane Emission Inventory.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the date 
        of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall complete 
        an inventory of fugitive methane emissions.
          (2) Conduct.--The Secretary may conduct the inventory 
        under paragraph (1) through, or in collaboration with--
                  (A) the Bureau of Land Management;
                  (B) the United States Geological Survey;
                  (C) the Environmental Protection Agency;
                  (D) the United States Forest Service;
                  (E) State departments or agencies;
                  (F) Garfield, Gunnison, Delta, or Pitkin 
                County in the State;
                  (G) the Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease 
                District;
                  (H) institutions of higher education in the 
                State;
                  (I) lessees of Federal coal within a county 
                referred to in subparagraph (F);
                  (J) the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
                Administration;
                  (K) the National Center for Atmospheric 
                Research; or
                  (L) other interested entities, including 
                members of the public.
          (3) Contents.--The inventory under paragraph (1) 
        shall include--
                  (A) the general location and geographic 
                coordinates of each vent, seep, or other source 
                producing significant fugitive methane 
                emissions;
                  (B) an estimate of the volume and 
                concentration of fugitive methane emissions 
                from each source of significant fugitive 
                methane emissions including details of 
                measurements taken and the basis for that 
                emissions estimate;
                  (C) an estimate of the total volume of 
                fugitive methane emissions each year;
                  (D) relevant data and other information 
                available from--
                          (i) the Environmental Protection 
                        Agency;
                          (ii) the Mine Safety and Health 
                        Administration;
                          (iii) Colorado Department of Natural 
                        Resources;
                          (iv) Colorado Public Utility 
                        Commission;
                          (v) Colorado Department of Health and 
                        Environment; and
                          (vi) Office of Surface Mining 
                        Reclamation and Enforcement; and
                  (E) such other information as may be useful 
                in advancing the purposes of the pilot program.
          (4) Public participation; disclosure.--
                  (A) Public participation.--The Secretary 
                shall provide opportunities for public 
                participation in the inventory under this 
                subsection.
                  (B) Availability.--The Secretary shall make 
                the inventory under this subsection publicly 
                available.
                  (C) Disclosure.--Nothing in this subsection 
                requires the Secretary to publicly release 
                information that--
                          (i) poses a threat to public safety;
                          (ii) is confidential business 
                        information; or
                          (iii) is otherwise protected from 
                        public disclosure.
          (5) Use.--The Secretary shall use the inventory in 
        carrying out--
                  (A) the leasing program under subsection (c); 
                and
                  (B) the capping or destruction of fugitive 
                methane emissions under subsection (d).
  (c) Fugitive Methane Emission Leasing Program.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to valid existing rights and 
        in accordance with this section, not later than 1 year 
        after the date of completion of the inventory required 
        under subsection (b), the Secretary shall carry out a 
        program to encourage the use and destruction of 
        fugitive methane emissions.
          (2) Fugitive methane emissions from coal mines 
        subject to lease.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary shall 
                authorize the holder of a valid existing 
                Federal coal lease for a mine that is producing 
                fugitive methane emissions to capture for use, 
                or destroy by flaring, the fugitive methane 
                emissions.
                  (B) Conditions.--The authority under 
                subparagraph (A) shall be--
                          (i) subject to valid existing rights; 
                        and
                          (ii) subject to such terms and 
                        conditions as the Secretary may 
                        require.
                  (C) Limitations.--The program carried out 
                under paragraph (1) shall only include fugitive 
                methane emissions that can be captured for use, 
                or destroyed by flaring, in a manner that does 
                not--
                          (i) endanger the safety of any coal 
                        mine worker; or
                          (ii) unreasonably interfere with any 
                        ongoing operation at a coal mine.
                  (D) Cooperation.--
                          (i) In general.--The Secretary shall 
                        work cooperatively with the holders of 
                        valid existing Federal coal leases for 
                        mines that produce fugitive methane 
                        emissions to encourage--
                                  (I) the capture of fugitive 
                                methane emissions for 
                                beneficial use, such as 
                                generating electrical power, 
                                producing usable heat, 
                                transporting the methane to 
                                market, transforming the 
                                fugitive methane emissions into 
                                a different marketable 
                                material; or
                                  (II) if the beneficial use of 
                                the fugitive methane emissions 
                                is not feasible, the 
                                destruction of the fugitive 
                                methane emissions by flaring.
                          (ii) Guidance.--In furtherance of the 
                        purposes of this paragraph, not later 
                        than 1 year after the date of enactment 
                        of this Act, the Secretary shall issue 
                        guidance for the implementation of 
                        Federal authorities and programs to 
                        encourage the capture for use, or 
                        destruction by flaring, of fugitive 
                        methane emissions while minimizing 
                        impacts on natural resources or other 
                        public interest values.
                  (E) Royalties.--The Secretary shall determine 
                whether any fugitive methane emissions used or 
                destroyed pursuant to this paragraph are 
                subject to the payment of a royalty under 
                applicable law.
          (3) Fugitive methane emissions from abandoned coal 
        mines.--
                  (A) In general.--Except as otherwise provided 
                in this section, notwithstanding section 6303, 
                subject to valid existing rights, and in 
                accordance with section 21 of the Mineral 
                Leasing Act (30 U.S.C. 241) and any other 
                applicable law, the Secretary shall--
                          (i) authorize the capture for use, or 
                        destruction by flaring, of fugitive 
                        methane emissions from abandoned coal 
                        mines on Federal land; and
                          (ii) make available for leasing such 
                        fugitive methane emissions from 
                        abandoned coal mines on Federal land as 
                        the Secretary considers to be in the 
                        public interest.
                  (B) Source.--To the maximum extent 
                practicable, the Secretary shall offer for 
                lease each significant vent, seep, or other 
                source of fugitive methane emissions from 
                abandoned coal mines.
                  (C) Bid qualifications.--A bid to lease 
                fugitive methane emissions under this paragraph 
                shall specify whether the prospective lessee 
                intends--
                          (i) to capture the fugitive methane 
                        emissions for beneficial use, such as 
                        generating electrical power, producing 
                        usable heat, transporting the methane 
                        to market, transforming the fugitive 
                        methane emissions into a different 
                        marketable material;
                          (ii) to destroy the fugitive methane 
                        emissions by flaring; or
                          (iii) to employ a specific 
                        combination of--
                                  (I) capturing the fugitive 
                                methane emissions for 
                                beneficial use; and
                                  (II) destroying the fugitive 
                                methane emission by flaring.
                  (D) Priority.--
                          (i) In general.--If there is more 
                        than one qualified bid for a lease 
                        under this paragraph, the Secretary 
                        shall select the bid that the Secretary 
                        determines is likely to most 
                        significantly advance the public 
                        interest.
                          (ii) Considerations.--In determining 
                        the public interest under clause (i), 
                        the Secretary shall take into 
                        consideration--
                                  (I) the size of the overall 
                                decrease in the time-integrated 
                                radiative forcing of the 
                                fugitive methane emissions;
                                  (II) the impacts to other 
                                natural resource values, 
                                including wildlife, water, and 
                                air; and
                                  (III) other public interest 
                                values, including scenic, 
                                economic, recreation, and 
                                cultural values.
                  (E) Lease form.--
                          (i) In general.--The Secretary shall 
                        develop and provide to prospective 
                        bidders a lease form for leases issued 
                        under this paragraph.
                          (ii) Due diligence.--The lease form 
                        developed under clause (i) shall 
                        include terms and conditions requiring 
                        the leased fugitive methane emissions 
                        to be put to beneficial use or flared 
                        by not later than 1 year after the date 
                        of issuance of the lease.
                  (F) Royalty rate.--The Secretary shall 
                develop a minimum bid and royalty rate for 
                leases under this paragraph to advance the 
                purposes of this section, to the maximum extent 
                practicable.
  (d) Sequestration.--If, by not later than 4 years after the 
date of enactment of this Act, any significant fugitive methane 
emissions from abandoned coal mines on Federal land are not 
leased under subsection (c)(3), the Secretary shall, in 
accordance with applicable law, take all reasonable measures--
          (1) to cap those fugitive methane emissions at the 
        source in any case in which the cap will result in the 
        long-term sequestration of all or a significant portion 
        of the fugitive methane emissions; or
          (2) if sequestration under paragraph (1) is not 
        feasible, destroy the fugitive methane emissions by 
        flaring.
  (e) Report to Congress.--Not later than 4 years after the 
date of enactment of this Act the Secretary shall submit to the 
Committee on Natural Resources of the House of Representatives 
and the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate 
a report detailing--
          (1) the economic and environmental impacts of the 
        pilot program, including information on increased 
        royalties and estimates of avoided greenhouse gas 
        emissions; and
          (2) any recommendations by the Secretary on whether 
        the pilot program could be expanded geographically to 
        include other significant sources of fugitive methane 
        emissions from coal mines.

SEC. 6306. EFFECT.

  Except as expressly provided in this title, nothing in this 
title--
          (1) expands, diminishes, or impairs any valid 
        existing mineral leases, mineral interest, or other 
        property rights wholly or partially within the Thompson 
        Divide Withdrawal and Protection Area, including access 
        to the leases, interests, rights, or land in accordance 
        with applicable Federal, State, and local laws 
        (including regulations);
          (2) prevents the capture of methane from any active, 
        inactive, or abandoned coal mine covered by this title, 
        in accordance with applicable laws; or
          (3) prevents access to, or the development of, any 
        new or existing coal mine or lease in Delta or Gunnison 
        County in the State.

              TITLE IV--CURECANTI NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

SEC. 6401. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Map.--The term ``map'' means the map entitled 
        ``Curecanti National Recreation Area, Proposed 
        Boundary'', numbered 616/100,485C, and dated August 11, 
        2016.
          (2) National recreation area.--The term ``National 
        Recreation Area'' means the Curecanti National 
        Recreation Area established by section 6402(a).
          (3) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of the Interior.

SEC. 6402. CURECANTI NATIONAL RECREATION AREA.

  (a) Establishment.--Effective beginning on the earlier of the 
date on which the Secretary approves a request under subsection 
(c)(2)(B)(i)(I) and the date that is 1 year after the date of 
enactment of this Act, there shall be established as a unit of 
the National Park System the Curecanti National Recreation 
Area, in accordance with this division, consisting of 
approximately 50,667 acres of land in the State, as generally 
depicted on the map as ``Curecanti National Recreation Area 
Proposed Boundary''.
  (b) Availability of Map.--The map shall be on file and 
available for public inspection in the appropriate offices of 
the National Park Service.
  (c) Administration.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall administer the 
        National Recreation Area in accordance with--
                  (A) this title; and
                  (B) the laws (including regulations) 
                generally applicable to units of the National 
                Park System, including section 100101(a), 
                chapter 1003, and sections 100751(a), 100752, 
                100753, and 102101 of title 54, United States 
                Code.
          (2) Dam, power plant, and reservoir management and 
        operations.--
                  (A) In general.--Nothing in this title 
                affects or interferes with the authority of the 
                Secretary--
                          (i) to operate the Uncompahgre Valley 
                        Reclamation Project under the 
                        reclamation laws;
                          (ii) to operate the Wayne N. Aspinall 
                        Unit of the Colorado River Storage 
                        Project under the Act of April 11, 1956 
                        (commonly known as the ``Colorado River 
                        Storage Project Act'') (43 U.S.C. 620 
                        et seq.); or
                          (iii) under the Federal Water Project 
                        Recreation Act (16 U.S.C. 460l-12 et 
                        seq.).
                  (B) Reclamation land.--
                          (i) Submission of request to retain 
                        administrative jurisdiction.--If, 
                        before the date that is 1 year after 
                        the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                        Commissioner of Reclamation submits to 
                        the Secretary a request for the 
                        Commissioner of Reclamation to retain 
                        administrative jurisdiction over the 
                        minimum quantity of land within the 
                        land identified on the map as ``Lands 
                        withdrawn or acquired for Bureau of 
                        Reclamation projects'' that the 
                        Commissioner of Reclamation identifies 
                        as necessary for the effective 
                        operation of Bureau of Reclamation 
                        water facilities, the Secretary may--
                                  (I) approve, approve with 
                                modifications, or disapprove 
                                the request; and
                                  (II) if the request is 
                                approved under subclause (I), 
                                make any modifications to the 
                                map that are necessary to 
                                reflect that the Commissioner 
                                of Reclamation retains 
                                management authority over the 
                                minimum quantity of land 
                                required to fulfill the 
                                reclamation mission.
                          (ii) Transfer of land.--
                                  (I) In general.--
                                Administrative jurisdiction 
                                over the land identified on the 
                                map as ``Lands withdrawn or 
                                acquired for Bureau of 
                                Reclamation projects'', as 
                                modified pursuant to clause 
                                (i)(II), if applicable, shall 
                                be transferred from the 
                                Commissioner of Reclamation to 
                                the Director of the National 
                                Park Service by not later than 
                                the date that is 1 year after 
                                the date of enactment of this 
                                Act.
                                  (II) Access to transferred 
                                land.--
                                          (aa) In general.--
                                        Subject to item (bb), 
                                        the Commissioner of 
                                        Reclamation shall 
                                        retain access to the 
                                        land transferred to the 
                                        Director of the 
                                        National Park Service 
                                        under subclause (I) for 
                                        reclamation purposes, 
                                        including for the 
                                        operation, maintenance, 
                                        and expansion or 
                                        replacement of 
                                        facilities.
                                          (bb) Memorandum of 
                                        understanding.--The 
                                        terms of the access 
                                        authorized under item 
                                        (aa) shall be 
                                        determined by a 
                                        memorandum of 
                                        understanding entered 
                                        into between the 
                                        Commissioner of 
                                        Reclamation and the 
                                        Director of the 
                                        National Park Service 
                                        not later than 1 year 
                                        after the date of 
                                        enactment of this Act.
          (3) Management agreements.--
                  (A) In general.--The Secretary may enter into 
                management agreements, or modify management 
                agreements in existence on the date of 
                enactment of this Act, relating to the 
                authority of the Director of the National Park 
                Service, the Commissioner of Reclamation, the 
                Director of the Bureau of Land Management, or 
                the Chief of the Forest Service to manage 
                Federal land within or adjacent to the boundary 
                of the National Recreation Area.
                  (B) State land.--The Secretary may enter into 
                cooperative management agreements for any land 
                administered by the State that is within or 
                adjacent to the National Recreation Area, in 
                accordance with the cooperative management 
                authority under section 101703 of title 54, 
                United States Code.
          (4) Recreational activities.--
                  (A) Authorization.--Except as provided in 
                subparagraph (B), the Secretary shall allow 
                boating, boating-related activities, hunting, 
                and fishing in the National Recreation Area in 
                accordance with applicable Federal and State 
                laws.
                  (B) Closures; designated zones.--
                          (i) In general.--The Secretary, 
                        acting through the Superintendent of 
                        the National Recreation Area, may 
                        designate zones in which, and establish 
                        periods during which, no boating, 
                        hunting, or fishing shall be permitted 
                        in the National Recreation Area under 
                        subparagraph (A) for reasons of public 
                        safety, administration, or compliance 
                        with applicable laws.
                          (ii) Consultation required.--Except 
                        in the case of an emergency, any 
                        closure proposed by the Secretary under 
                        clause (i) shall not take effect until 
                        after the date on which the 
                        Superintendent of the National 
                        Recreation Area consults with--
                                  (I) the appropriate State 
                                agency responsible for hunting 
                                and fishing activities; and
                                  (II) the Board of County 
                                Commissioners in each county in 
                                which the zone is proposed to 
                                be designated.
          (5) Landowner assistance.--On the written request of 
        an individual that owns private land located not more 
        than 3 miles from the boundary of the National 
        Recreation Area, the Secretary may work in partnership 
        with the individual to enhance the long-term 
        conservation of natural, cultural, recreational, and 
        scenic resources in and around the National Recreation 
        Area--
                  (A) by acquiring all or a portion of the 
                private land or interests in private land 
                located not more than 3 miles from the boundary 
                of the National Recreation Area by purchase, 
                exchange, or donation, in accordance with 
                section 6403;
                  (B) by providing technical assistance to the 
                individual, including cooperative assistance;
                  (C) through available grant programs; and
                  (D) by supporting conservation easement 
                opportunities.
          (6) Withdrawal.--Subject to valid existing rights, 
        all Federal land within the National Recreation Area is 
        withdrawn from--
                  (A) entry, appropriation, and disposal under 
                the public land laws;
                  (B) location, entry, and patent under the 
                mining laws; and
                  (C) operation of the mineral leasing, mineral 
                materials, and geothermal leasing laws.
          (7) Grazing.--
                  (A) State land subject to a state grazing 
                lease.--
                          (i) In general.--If State land 
                        acquired under this title is subject to 
                        a State grazing lease in effect on the 
                        date of acquisition, the Secretary 
                        shall allow the grazing to continue for 
                        the remainder of the term of the lease, 
                        subject to the related terms and 
                        conditions of user agreements, 
                        including permitted stocking rates, 
                        grazing fee levels, access rights, and 
                        ownership and use of range 
                        improvements.
                          (ii) Access.--A lessee of State land 
                        may continue its use of established 
                        routes within the National Recreation 
                        Area to access State land for purposes 
                        of administering the lease if the use 
                        was permitted before the date of 
                        enactment of this Act, subject to such 
                        terms and conditions as the Secretary 
                        may require.
                  (B) State and private land.--The Secretary 
                may, in accordance with applicable laws, 
                authorize grazing on land acquired from the 
                State or private landowners under section 6403, 
                if grazing was established before the date of 
                acquisition.
                  (C) Private land.--On private land acquired 
                under section 6403 for the National Recreation 
                Area on which authorized grazing is occurring 
                before the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary, in consultation with the lessee, may 
                allow the continuation and renewal of grazing 
                on the land based on the terms of acquisition 
                or by agreement between the Secretary and the 
                lessee, subject to applicable law (including 
                regulations).
                  (D) Federal land.--The Secretary shall--
                          (i) allow, consistent with the 
                        grazing leases, uses, and practices in 
                        effect as of the date of enactment of 
                        this Act, the continuation and renewal 
                        of grazing on Federal land located 
                        within the boundary of the National 
                        Recreation Area on which grazing is 
                        allowed before the date of enactment of 
                        this Act, unless the Secretary 
                        determines that grazing on the Federal 
                        land would present unacceptable impacts 
                        (as defined in section 1.4.7.1 of the 
                        National Park Service document entitled 
                        ``Management Policies 2006: The Guide 
                        to Managing the National Park System'') 
                        to the natural, cultural, recreational, 
                        and scenic resource values and the 
                        character of the land within the 
                        National Recreation Area; and
                          (ii) retain all authorities to manage 
                        grazing in the National Recreation 
                        Area.
                  (E) Termination of leases.--Within the 
                National Recreation Area, the Secretary may--
                          (i) accept the voluntary termination 
                        of a lease or permit for grazing; or
                          (ii) in the case of a lease or permit 
                        vacated for a period of 3 or more 
                        years, terminate the lease or permit.
          (8) Water rights.--Nothing in this title--
                  (A) affects any use or allocation in 
                existence on the date of enactment of this Act 
                of any water, water right, or interest in 
                water;
                  (B) affects any vested absolute or decreed 
                conditional water right in existence on the 
                date of enactment of this Act, including any 
                water right held by the United States;
                  (C) affects any interstate water compact in 
                existence on the date of enactment of this Act;
                  (D) authorizes or imposes any new reserved 
                Federal water right;
                  (E) shall be considered to be a 
                relinquishment or reduction of any water right 
                reserved or appropriated by the United States 
                in the State on or before the date of enactment 
                of this Act; or
                  (F) constitutes an express or implied Federal 
                reservation of any water or water rights with 
                respect to the National Recreation area.
          (9) Fishing easements.--
                  (A) In general.--Nothing in this title 
                diminishes or alters the fish and wildlife 
                program for the Aspinall Unit developed under 
                section 8 of the Act of April 11, 1956 
                (commonly known as the ``Colorado River Storage 
                Project Act'') (70 Stat. 110, chapter 203; 43 
                U.S.C. 620g), by the United States Fish and 
                Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Reclamation, 
                and the Colorado Division of Wildlife 
                (including any successor in interest to that 
                division) that provides for the acquisition of 
                public access fishing easements as mitigation 
                for the Aspinall Unit (referred to in this 
                paragraph as the ``program'').
                  (B) Acquisition of fishing easements.--The 
                Secretary shall continue to fulfill the 
                obligation of the Secretary under the program 
                to acquire 26 miles of class 1 public fishing 
                easements to provide to sportsmen access for 
                fishing within the Upper Gunnison Basin 
                upstream of the Aspinall Unit, subject to the 
                condition that no existing fishing access 
                downstream of the Aspinall Unit shall be 
                counted toward the minimum mileage requirement 
                under the program.
                  (C) Plan.--Not later than 1 year after the 
                date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary 
                shall--
                          (i) develop a plan for fulfilling the 
                        obligation of the Secretary described 
                        in subparagraph (B); and
                          (ii) submit to Congress a report 
                        that--
                                  (I) includes the plan 
                                developed under clause (i); and
                                  (II) describes any progress 
                                made in the acquisition of 
                                public access fishing easements 
                                as mitigation for the Aspinall 
                                Unit under the program.

SEC. 6403. ACQUISITION OF LAND; BOUNDARY MANAGEMENT.

  (a) Acquisition.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary may acquire any land 
        or interest in land within the boundary of the National 
        Recreation Area.
          (2) Manner of acquisition.--
                  (A) In general.--Subject to subparagraph (B), 
                land described in paragraph (1) may be acquired 
                under this subsection by--
                          (i) donation;
                          (ii) purchase from willing sellers 
                        with donated or appropriated funds;
                          (iii) transfer from another Federal 
                        agency; or
                          (iv) exchange.
                  (B) State land.--Land or interests in land 
                owned by the State or a political subdivision 
                of the State may only be acquired by purchase, 
                donation, or exchange.
  (b) Transfer of Administrative Jurisdiction.--
          (1) Forest service land.--
                  (A) In general.--Administrative jurisdiction 
                over the approximately 2,560 acres of land 
                identified on the map as ``U.S. Forest Service 
                proposed transfer to the National Park 
                Service'' is transferred to the Secretary, to 
                be administered by the Director of the National 
                Park Service as part of the National Recreation 
                Area.
                  (B) Boundary adjustment.--The boundary of the 
                Gunnison National Forest shall be adjusted to 
                exclude the land transferred to the Secretary 
                under subparagraph (A).
          (2) Bureau of land management land.--Administrative 
        jurisdiction over the approximately 5,040 acres of land 
        identified on the map as ``Bureau of Land Management 
        proposed transfer to National Park Service'' is 
        transferred from the Director of the Bureau of Land 
        Management to the Director of the National Park 
        Service, to be administered as part of the National 
        Recreation Area.
          (3) Withdrawal.--Administrative jurisdiction over the 
        land identified on the map as ``Proposed for transfer 
        to the Bureau of Land Management, subject to the 
        revocation of Bureau of Reclamation withdrawal'' shall 
        be transferred to the Director of the Bureau of Land 
        Management on relinquishment of the land by the Bureau 
        of Reclamation and revocation by the Bureau of Land 
        Management of any withdrawal as may be necessary.
  (c) Potential Land Exchange.--
          (1) In general.--The withdrawal for reclamation 
        purposes of the land identified on the map as 
        ``Potential exchange lands'' shall be relinquished by 
        the Commissioner of Reclamation and revoked by the 
        Director of the Bureau of Land Management and the land 
        shall be transferred to the National Park Service.
          (2) Exchange; inclusion in national recreation 
        area.--On transfer of the land described in paragraph 
        (1), the transferred land--
                  (A) may be exchanged by the Secretary for 
                private land described in section 6402(c)(5)--
                          (i) subject to a conservation 
                        easement remaining on the transferred 
                        land, to protect the scenic resources 
                        of the transferred land; and
                          (ii) in accordance with the laws 
                        (including regulations) and policies 
                        governing National Park Service land 
                        exchanges; and
                  (B) if not exchanged under subparagraph (A), 
                shall be added to, and managed as a part of, 
                the National Recreation Area.
  (d) Addition to National Recreation Area.--Any land within 
the boundary of the National Recreation Area that is acquired 
by the United States shall be added to, and managed as a part 
of, the National Recreation Area.

SEC. 6404. GENERAL MANAGEMENT PLAN.

  Not later than 3 years after the date on which funds are made 
available to carry out this title, the Director of the National 
Park Service, in consultation with the Commissioner of 
Reclamation, shall prepare a general management plan for the 
National Recreation Area in accordance with section 100502 of 
title 54, United States Code.

SEC. 6405. BOUNDARY SURVEY.

  The Secretary (acting through the Director of the National 
Park Service) shall prepare a boundary survey and legal 
description of the National Recreation Area.
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 9. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pocan of Wisconsin or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title X, insert the following:

SEC. 10__. REDUCTION IN AMOUNT AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED FOR FISCAL 
                    YEAR 2021 BY THIS ACT.

  (a) In General.--The amount authorized to be appropriated for 
fiscal year 2021 by this Act is the aggregate amount authorized 
to be appropriated for fiscal year 2021 by this Act minus the 
amount equal to 10 percent of the aggregate amount.
  (b) Allocation.--The reduction made by subsection (a) shall 
apply on a pro rata basis among the accounts and funds for 
which amounts are authorized to be appropriated by this Act 
(other than the Defense Health Program, military personnel, and 
persons appointed into the civil service as defined in section 
2101 of title 5, United States Code), and shall be applied on a 
pro rata basis across each program, project, and activity 
funded by the account or fund concerned.
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     10. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pressley of 
        Massachusetts or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XVII, add the following:

SEC. 17__. ONLINE AND DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES AND NONIMMIGRANT 
                    VISAS.

  (a) In General.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law, 
for the period described in subsection (b), a nonimmigrant 
described in subparagraph (F), (J), or (M) of section 
101(a)(15) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 
1101(a)(15)) may engage in online or distance education classes 
or programs that are determined necessary by an institution or 
program described in such subparagraph for the protection of 
health and safety, and such classes or programs shall count 
towards the requirement to pursue a full course of study to 
maintain nonimmigrant status.
  (b) Period Described.--The period described in this section--
          (1) begins on March 13, 2020; and
          (2) ends on the date that is the later of--
                  (A) June 30, 2021; or
                  (B) the date that is 90 days after the date 
                on which the public health emergency declared 
                with respect to COVID-19 by the Secretary of 
                Health and Human Services under section 319 of 
                the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 247d) 
                is terminated.
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 11. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Dean of Pennsylvania 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In subtitle E of title XVII, add at the end the following:

SEC. __. PAYMENTS FOR PRIVATE EDUCATION LOAN BORROWERS, AS A RESULT OF 
                    COVID-19.

  (a) Relief for Covered Borrowers as a Result of the COVID-19 
National Emergency.--
          (1) Student loan relief as a result of the covid-19 
        national emergency.--The Secretary of the Treasury 
        shall carry out a program under which the Secretary 
        shall make payments, on behalf of a covered borrower, 
        with respect to the private education loans of such 
        borrower.
          (2) Payment amount.--Payments made under paragraph 
        (1) with respect to a covered borrower shall be in an 
        amount equal to the lesser of--
                  (A) the total amount of each private 
                education loan of the borrower; or
                  (B) $10,000.
          (3) Notification of borrowers.--Not later than 15 
        days following the date of enactment of this 
        subsection, the Secretary shall notify each covered 
        borrower of--
                  (A) the requirements to make payments under 
                this section; and
                  (B) the opportunity for such borrower to make 
                an election under paragraph (4)(A) with respect 
                to the application of such payments to the 
                private education loans of such borrower.
          (4) Distribution of funding.--
                  (A) Election by borrower.--Not later than 45 
                days after a notice is sent under paragraph 
                (3), a covered borrower may elect to apply the 
                payments made under this subsection with 
                respect to such borrower under paragraph (1) to 
                any private education loan of the borrower.
                  (B) Automatic payment.--
                          (i) In general.--In the case of a 
                        covered borrower who does not make an 
                        election under subparagraph (A) before 
                        the date described in such 
                        subparagraph, the Secretary shall apply 
                        the amount determined with respect to 
                        such borrower under paragraph (1) in 
                        order of the private education loan of 
                        the borrower with the highest interest 
                        rate.
                          (ii) Equal interest rates.--In case 
                        of two or more private education loans 
                        described in clause (i) with equal 
                        interest rates, the Secretary shall 
                        apply the amount determined with 
                        respect to such borrower under 
                        paragraph (1) first to the loan with 
                        the highest principal.
          (5) Data to implement.--Holders and servicers of 
        private education loans made to covered borrowers shall 
        report, to the satisfaction of the Secretary, the 
        information necessary to calculate the amount to be 
        paid under this subsection.
          (6) Ratable reduction.--To the extent that amounts 
        appropriated to carry out this section are insufficient 
        to fully comply with the payments required under 
        paragraph (2), the Secretary shall distribute available 
        funds by ratably reducing the amounts required to be 
        paid under such paragraph.
  (b) Additional Protections for Covered Borrowers.--
          (1) Loan modification after payment.--Each private 
        education loan holder who receives a payment pursuant 
        to subsection (a) shall, before the first payment due 
        on the private education loan after the receipt of such 
        payment (and taking into account any suspension of 
        payments that may be required under any other provision 
        of law), modify the loan, based on the payment made 
        under subsection (a), to lower monthly payments due on 
        the loan. Such modification may take the form of a re-
        amortization, a lowering of the applicable interest 
        rate, or any other modification that would lower such 
        payments.
          (2) Repayment plan and forgiveness terms.--Each 
        private education loan holder who receives a payment 
        pursuant to subsection (a) shall modify all private 
        education loan contracts with respect to covered 
        borrowers that it holds to provide for the same 
        repayment plan and forgiveness terms available to 
        Direct Loans borrowers under section 685.209(c) of 
        title 34, Code of Federal Regulations, in effect as of 
        January 1, 2020.
          (3) Treatment of state statutes of limitation.--For a 
        covered borrower who has defaulted on a private 
        education loan under the terms of the promissory note 
        prior to any loan payment made under subsection (a), no 
        payment made under such subsection shall be considered 
        an event that impacts the calculation of the applicable 
        State statutes of limitation.
          (4) Prohibition on pressuring borrowers.--
                  (A) In general.--A private education loan 
                debt collector or creditor may not pressure a 
                covered borrower to elect to apply any amount 
                received pursuant to subsection (a) to any 
                private education loan.
                  (B) Violations.--A violation of this 
                paragraph is deemed--
                          (i) an unfair, deceptive, or abusive 
                        act or practice under Federal law in 
                        connection with any transaction with a 
                        consumer for a consumer financial 
                        product or service under section 1031 
                        of the Consumer Financial Protection 
                        Act of 2010 (12 U.S.C. 5531); and
                          (ii) with respect to a violation by a 
                        debt collector, an unfair or 
                        unconscionable means to collect or 
                        attempt to collect any debt under 
                        section 808 of the Federal Debt 
                        Collection Practices Act (15 U.S.C. 
                        1692f).
                  (C) Pressure defined.--In this paragraph, the 
                term ``pressure'' means any communication, 
                recommendation, or other similar communication, 
                other than providing basic information about a 
                borrower's options, urging a borrower to make 
                an election described under subsection (a).
  (c) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Covered borrower.--The term ``covered borrower'' 
        means a borrower of a private education loan.
          (2) Fair debt collection practices act terms.--The 
        terms ``creditor'' and ``debt collector'' have the 
        meaning given those terms, respectively, under section 
        803 of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (15 
        U.S.C. 1692a).
          (3) Private education loan.--The term ``private 
        education loan'' has the meaning given the term in 
        section 140 of the Truth in Lending Act (15 U.S.C. 
        1650).
          (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of the Treasury.
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12. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Thompson of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XVII, insert the following:

SEC. 17__. TRANSFER OF MARE ISLAND NAVAL CEMETERY TO SECRETARY OF 
                    VETERANS AFFAIRS FOR MAINTENANCE BY NATIONAL 
                    CEMETERY ADMINISTRATION.

  (a) Agreement.--Beginning on the date that is 180 days after 
the date on which the Secretary submits the report required by 
subsection (c)(1), the Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall seek 
to enter into an agreement with the city of Vallejo, 
California, under which the city of Vallejo shall transfer to 
the Secretary all right, title, and interest in the Mare Island 
Naval Cemetery in Vallejo, California, at no cost to the 
Secretary. The Secretary shall seek to enter into such 
agreement before the date that is one year after the date on 
which such report is submitted.
  (b) Maintenance by National Cemetery Administration.--If the 
Mare Island Naval Cemetery is transferred to the Secretary of 
Veterans Affairs pursuant to subsection (a), the National 
Cemetery Administration shall maintain the cemetery as a 
national shrine.
  (c) Report.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
        submit to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs of the 
        Senate and the Committee on Veterans' Affairs of the 
        House of Representatives a report on the feasibility 
        and advisability of exercising the authority granted by 
        subsection (a).
          (2) Contents.--The report submitted under paragraph 
        (1) shall include the following:
                  (A) An assessment of the feasibility and 
                advisability of exercising the authority 
                granted by subsection (a).
                  (B) An estimate of the costs, including both 
                direct and indirect costs, that the Department 
                of Veterans Affairs would incur by exercising 
                such authority.
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13. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gallego of Arizona or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XII, add the following:

SEC. 12__. CLARIFICATION AND EXPANSION OF SANCTIONS RELATING TO 
                    CONSTRUCTION OF NORD STREAM 2 OR TURKSTREAM 
                    PIPELINE PROJECTS.

  (a) In General.--Subsection (a)(1) of section 7503 of the 
Protecting Europe's Energy Security Act of 2019 (title LXXV of 
Public Law 116-92; 22 U.S.C. 9526 note) is amended--
          (1) in subparagraph (A), by inserting ``or pipelaying 
        activities'' after ``pipe-laying''; and
          (2) in subparagraph (B)--
                  (A) in clause (i)--
                          (i) by inserting ``, or significantly 
                        facilitated the sale, lease, or 
                        provision of,'' after ``provided''; and
                          (ii) by striking ``; or'' and 
                        inserting a semicolon;
                  (B) in clause (ii), by striking the period at 
                the end and inserting a semicolon; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
                          ``(iii) provided significant 
                        underwriting services or insurance for 
                        those vessels; or
                          ``(iv) provided significant services 
                        or facilities for technology upgrades 
                        or installation of welding equipment 
                        for, or retrofitting or tethering of, 
                        those vessels.''.
  (b) Definitions.--Subsection (i) of such section is amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraph (5) as paragraph (6); 
        and
          (2) by inserting after paragraph (4) the following:
          ``(5) Pipe-laying activities.--The term `pipe-laying 
        activities' means activities that facilitate pipe-
        laying, including site preparation, trenching, 
        surveying, placing rocks, stringing, bending, welding, 
        coating, lowering of pipe, and backfilling.''.
  (c) Clarification.--The amendments made by subsection (a) 
shall take effect in accordance with (d) of section 7503 of the 
Protecting Europe's Energy Security Act of 2019 (22 U.S.C. 9526 
note).
  (d) Interim Report Required.--
          (1) In general.--As soon as practicable and not later 
        than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this 
        Act, the Secretary of State, in consultation with the 
        Secretary of the Treasury, shall submit a report on the 
        matters required by subsection (a) of section 7503 of 
        the Protecting Europe's Energy Security Act of 2019 (22 
        U.S.C. 9526 note), as amended by this section, with 
        respect to the period--
                  (A) beginning on the later of--
                          (i) the date of the enactment of this 
                        Act; or
                          (ii) the date of the most recent 
                        submission of a report required by such 
                        section 7503; and
                  (B) ending on the date on which the report 
                required by this subparagraph is submitted.
          (2) Treatment.--A report submitted pursuant to 
        paragraph (1) shall be--
                  (A) submitted to the same committees as a 
                report submitted under subsection (a) of such 
                section 7503; and
                  (B) otherwise treated as a report submitted 
                under such subsection (a) for purposes of all 
                authorities granted by such section pursuant to 
                such a report.
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 14. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Walden of Oregon or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title XVI, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 16__. ROLE OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE AND SECRETARY OF ENERGY ON 
                    NUCLEAR WEAPONS COUNCIL.

  (a) Membership.--Subsection (a) of section 179 of title 10, 
United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraphs (1) through (6) as 
        paragraphs (3) through (8), respectively; and
          (2) by inserting before paragraph (3), as so 
        redesignated, the following new paragraphs:
          ``(1) The Secretary of Defense.
          ``(2) The Secretary of Energy.''.
  (b) Chairman; Meetings.--Subsection (b) of section 179 of 
title 10, United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
  ``(b) Chairman; Meetings.--(1) The Council shall be co-
chaired by the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of 
Energy. Any reference in any statute or regulation to the 
Chairman of the Council shall be deemed to be a reference to 
the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Energy jointly.
  ``(2) The Council shall meet not less often than once every 
three months. To the extent possible, not later than seven days 
before a meeting, the Chairman shall disseminate to each member 
of the Council the agenda and documents for such meeting.''.
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  15. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Langevin of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title XI, add the following:

           Subtitle C--Office of the National Cyber Director

SEC. 1131. SHORT TITLE.

  This subtitle may be cited as the ``National Cyber Director 
Act''.

SEC. 1132. NATIONAL CYBER DIRECTOR.

  (a) Establishment.--There is established, within the 
Executive Office of the President, the Office of the National 
Cyber Director (in this section referred to as the ``Office'').
  (b) National Cyber Director.--
          (1) In general.--The Office shall be headed by the 
        National Cyber Director (in this section referred to as 
        the ``Director'') who shall be appointed by the 
        President, by and with the advice and consent of the 
        Senate. The Director shall hold office at the pleasure 
        of the President, and shall be entitled to receive the 
        same pay and allowances as are provided for level I of 
        the Executive Schedule under section 5312 of title 5, 
        United States Code.
          (2) Deputy directors.--There shall be two Deputy 
        National Cyber Directors, to be appointed by the 
        President, who shall hold office at the pleasure of the 
        President, and who shall report to the Director, as 
        follows:
                  (A) The Deputy National Cyber Director for 
                Strategy, Capabilities, and Budget.
                  (B) The Deputy National Cyber Director for 
                Plans and Operations.
  (c) Duties of the National Cyber Director.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to the authority, direction, 
        and control of the President, the Director shall--
                  (A) serve as the principal advisor to the 
                President on cybersecurity strategy and policy;
                  (B) in consultation with appropriate Federal 
                departments and agencies, develop the United 
                States' National Cyber Strategy, which shall 
                include elements related to Federal departments 
                and agencies--
                          (i) information security; and
                          (ii) programs and policies intended 
                        to improve the United States' 
                        cybersecurity posture;
                  (C) in consultation with appropriate Federal 
                departments and agencies and upon approval of 
                the National Cyber Strategy by the President, 
                supervise implementation of the strategy by--
                          (i) in consultation with the Director 
                        of the Office of Management and Budget, 
                        monitoring and assessing the 
                        effectiveness, including cost-
                        effectiveness, of Federal departments 
                        and agencies' implementation of the 
                        strategy;
                          (ii) making recommendations relevant 
                        to changes in the organization, 
                        personnel and resource allocation, and 
                        policies of Federal departments and 
                        agencies to the Director of the Office 
                        of Management and Budget and heads of 
                        such departments and agencies in order 
                        to implement the strategy;
                          (iii) reviewing the annual budget 
                        proposal for each Federal department or 
                        agency and certifying to the head of 
                        each Federal department or agency and 
                        the Director of the Office Management 
                        and Budget whether the department or 
                        agency proposal is consistent with the 
                        strategy;
                          (iv) continuously assessing and 
                        making relevant recommendations to the 
                        President on the appropriate level of 
                        integration and interoperability across 
                        the Federal cybersecurity operations 
                        centers;
                          (v) coordinating with the Federal 
                        Chief Information Officer, the Federal 
                        Chief Information Security Officer, the 
                        Director of the Cybersecurity and 
                        Infrastructure Security Agency, and the 
                        Director of National Institute of 
                        Standards and Technology on the 
                        development and implementation of 
                        policies and guidelines related to 
                        issues of Federal department and agency 
                        information security; and
                          (vi) reporting annually to the 
                        President and the Congress on the state 
                        of the United States' cybersecurity 
                        posture, the effectiveness of the 
                        strategy, and the status of Federal 
                        departments and agencies' 
                        implementation of the strategy;
                  (D) lead joint interagency planning for the 
                Federal Government's integrated response to 
                cyberattacks and cyber campaigns of significant 
                consequence, to include--
                          (i) coordinating with relevant 
                        Federal departments and agencies in the 
                        development of, for the approval of the 
                        President, joint, integrated 
                        operational plans, processes, and 
                        playbooks for incident response that 
                        feature--
                                  (I) clear lines of authority 
                                and lines of effort across the 
                                Federal Government;
                                  (II) authorities that have 
                                been delegated to an 
                                appropriate level to facilitate 
                                effective operational responses 
                                across the Federal Government; 
                                and
                                  (III) support for the 
                                integration of defensive cyber 
                                plans and capabilities with 
                                offensive cyber plans and 
                                capabilities in a manner 
                                consistent with improving the 
                                United States' cybersecurity 
                                posture;
                          (ii) exercising these operational 
                        plans, processes, and playbooks;
                          (iii) updating these operational 
                        plans, processes, and playbooks for 
                        incident response as needed in 
                        coordination with ongoing offensive 
                        cyber plans and operations; and
                          (iv) ensuring these plans, processes, 
                        and playbooks are properly coordinated 
                        with relevant private sector entities, 
                        as appropriate;
                  (E) direct the Federal Government's response 
                to cyberattacks and cyber campaigns of 
                significant consequence, to include--
                          (i) developing for the approval of 
                        the President, with the heads of 
                        relevant Federal departments and 
                        agencies independently or through the 
                        National Security Council as directed 
                        by the President, operational 
                        priorities, requirements, and tasks;
                          (ii) coordinating, deconflicting, and 
                        ensuring the execution of operational 
                        activities in incident response; and
                          (iii) coordinating operational 
                        activities with relevant private sector 
                        entities;
                  (F) coordinate and consult with private 
                sector leaders on cybersecurity and emerging 
                technology issues with the support of, and in 
                coordination with, the Cybersecurity and 
                Infrastructure Security Agency and other 
                Federal departments and agencies, as 
                appropriate;
                  (G) annually report to Congress on 
                cybersecurity threats and issues facing the 
                nation, including any new or emerging 
                technologies that may impact national security, 
                economic prosperity, or enforcing the rule of 
                law; and
                  (H) be responsible for such other functions 
                as the President may direct.
          (2) Delegation of authority.--The Director may--
                  (A) serve as the senior representative on any 
                body that the President may establish for the 
                purpose of providing the President advice on 
                cybersecurity;
                  (B) be empowered to convene National Security 
                Council, National Economic Council and Homeland 
                Security Council meetings, with the concurrence 
                of the National Security Advisor, Homeland 
                Security Advisor, or Director of the National 
                Economic Council, as appropriate;
                  (C) be included as a participant in 
                preparations for and, if appropriate, execution 
                of cybersecurity summits and other 
                international meetings at which cybersecurity 
                is a major topic;
                  (D) delegate any of the Director's functions, 
                powers, and duties to such officers and 
                employees of the Office as he may designate; 
                and
                  (E) authorize such successive re-delegations 
                of such functions, powers, and duties to such 
                officers and employees of the Office as he may 
                deem appropriate.
  (d) Attendance and Participation in National Security Council 
Meetings.--Section 101(c)(2) of the National Security Act of 
1947 (50 U.S.C. 3021(c)(2)) is amended by striking ``and the 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff'' and inserting ``the 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the National Cyber 
Director''.
  (e) Powers of the Director.--The Director may, for the 
purposes of carrying out the Director's functions under this 
section--
          (1) subject to the civil service and classification 
        laws, select, appoint, employ, and fix the compensation 
        of such officers and employees as are necessary and 
        prescribe their authority and duties, except that not 
        more than 75 individuals may be employed without regard 
        to any provision of law regulating the employment or 
        compensation at rates not to exceed the basic rate of 
        basic pay payable for level IV of the Executive 
        Schedule under section 5315 of title 5, United States 
        Code;
          (2) employ experts and consultants in accordance with 
        section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, and 
        compensate individuals so employed for each day 
        (including travel time) at rates not in excess of the 
        maximum rate of basic pay for grade GS-15 as provided 
        in section 5332 of such title, and while such experts 
        and consultants are so serving away from their homes or 
        regular place of business, to pay such employees travel 
        expenses and per diem in lieu of subsistence at rates 
        authorized by section 5703 of such title 5 for persons 
        in Federal Government service employed intermittently;
          (3) promulgate such rules and regulations as may be 
        necessary to carry out the functions, powers, and 
        duties vested in the Director;
          (4) utilize, with their consent, the services, 
        personnel, and facilities of other Federal agencies;
          (5) enter into and perform such contracts, leases, 
        cooperative agreements, or other transactions as may be 
        necessary in the conduct of the work of the Office and 
        on such terms as the Director may determine 
        appropriate, with any Federal agency, or with any 
        public or private person or entity;
          (6) accept voluntary and uncompensated services, 
        notwithstanding the provisions of section 1342 of title 
        31, United States Code;
          (7) adopt an official seal, which shall be judicially 
        noticed; and
          (8) provide, where authorized by law, copies of 
        documents to persons at cost, except that any funds so 
        received shall be credited to, and be available for use 
        from, the account from which expenditures relating 
        thereto were made.
  (f) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Cybersecurity posture.--The term ``cybersecurity 
        posture'' means the ability to identify and protect, 
        and detect, respond to and recover from intrusions in, 
        information systems the compromise of which could 
        constitute a cyber attack or cyber campaign of 
        significant consequence.
          (2) Cyber attacks and cyber campaigns of significant 
        consequence.--The term ``cyber attacks and cyber 
        campaigns of significant consequence'' means an 
        incident or series of incidents that have the purpose 
        or effect of--
                  (A) causing a significant disruption to the 
                availability of a Federal information system;
                  (B) harming, or otherwise significantly 
                compromising the provision of service by, a 
                computer or network of computers that support 
                one or more entities in a critical 
                infrastructure sector;
                  (C) significantly compromising the provision 
                of services by one or more entities in a 
                critical infrastructure sector;
                  (D) causing a significant misappropriation of 
                funds or economic resources, trade secrets, 
                personal identifiers, or financial information 
                for commercial or competitive advantage or 
                private financial gain; or
                  (E) otherwise constituting a significant 
                threat to the national security, foreign 
                policy, or economic health or financial 
                stability of the United States.
          (3) Incident.--The term ``incident'' has the meaning 
        given that term in section 3552 of title 44, United 
        States Code.
          (4) Information security.--The term ``information 
        security'' has the meaning given that term in section 
        3552 of title 44, United States Code.
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16. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Wexton of Virginia or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title XI, add the following:

SEC. 1111. RESTORATION OF ANNUAL LEAVE DUE TO A PANDEMIC.

  (a) In General.--Section 6304(d) of title 5, United States 
Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new 
paragraph:
          ``(5) For the purposes of this subsection, the 
        service of an employee during a pandemic shall be 
        deemed to be an exigency of the public business, and 
        any leave that, by reason of such service, is lost by 
        the employee by operation of this section (regardless 
        of whether such leave was scheduled) shall be restored 
        to the employee and shall be credited and available in 
        accordance with paragraph (2).''.
  (b) Applicability.--The amendment made by subsection (a) 
shall apply to any leave lost on or after the date of enactment 
of this Act.
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    17. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Adams of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In subtitle E of title XVII, add at the end the following:

SEC. __. TEMPORARY RELIEF FOR PRIVATE STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS.

  (a) In General.--A servicer of a private education loan 
extended to a covered borrower shall suspend all payments on 
such loan through September 30, 2021.
  (b) No Accrual of Interest.--Interest shall not accrue on a 
loan described under subsection (a) for which payment was 
suspended for the period of the suspension.
  (c) Consideration of Payments.--A servicer of a private 
education loan extended to a covered borrower shall deem each 
month for which a loan payment was suspended under this section 
as if the borrower of the loan had made a payment for the 
purpose of any loan forgiveness program or loan rehabilitation 
program for which the borrower would have otherwise qualified.
  (d) Reporting to Consumer Reporting Agencies.--During the 
period in which a loan payment was suspended under this 
section, the servicer of the loan shall ensure that, for the 
purpose of reporting information about the loan to a consumer 
reporting agency, any payment that has been suspended is 
treated as if it were a regularly scheduled payment made by a 
borrower.
  (e) Suspending Involuntary Collection.--During the period for 
which a loan payment was suspended under this section, the 
servicer or holder of the loan shall suspend all involuntary 
collection related to the loan.
  (f) Notice to Borrowers and Transition Period.--To inform 
covered borrowers of the actions taken in accordance with this 
section and ensure an effective transition, the servicer of a 
private education loan extended to a covered borrower shall--
          (1) not later than 15 days after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, notify covered borrowers--
                  (A) of the actions taken in accordance with 
                subsections (a) and (b) for whom payments have 
                been suspended and interest waived;
                  (B) of the actions taken in accordance with 
                subsection (e) for whom collections have been 
                suspended;
                  (C) of the option to continue making payments 
                toward principal; and
                  (D) that the program under this section is a 
                temporary program; and
          (2) beginning on August 1, 2020, carry out a program 
        to provide not less than 6 notices by postal mail, 
        telephone, or electronic communication to covered 
        borrowers indicating when the borrower's normal payment 
        obligations will resume.
  (g) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Covered borrower.--The term ``covered borrower'' 
        means a borrower of a private education loan.
          (2) Private education loan.--The term ``private 
        education loan'' has the meaning given the term in 
        section 140 of the Truth in Lending Act (15 U.S.C. 
        1650).
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 18. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Deutch of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle G of title XII the following:

SEC. 12__. COUNTERING WHITE IDENTITY TERRORISM GLOBALLY.

  (a) Strategy and Coordination.--Not later than six months 
after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
State shall--
          (1) develop and submit to the Committee on Foreign 
        Affairs of the House of Representatives and the 
        Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate a 
        Department of State-wide strategy entitled the 
        ``Department of State Strategy for Countering White 
        Identity Terrorism Globally'' (in this section referred 
        to as the ``strategy''); and
          (2) designate the Coordinator for Counterterrorism of 
        the Department to coordinate Department efforts to 
        counter white identity terrorism globally, including 
        with United States diplomatic and consular posts, the 
        Director of the National Counterterrorism Center, the 
        Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, the 
        Attorney General, the Director of National 
        Intelligence, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the 
        Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the 
        Secretary of the Treasury, and the heads of any other 
        relevant Federal departments or agencies.
  (b) Elements.--The strategy shall at a minimum contain the 
following:
          (1) An assessment of the global threat from white 
        identity terrorism abroad, including geographic or 
        country prioritization based on the assessed threat to 
        the United States.
          (2) A description of the coordination mechanisms 
        between relevant bureaus and offices within the 
        Department of State, as well as with United States 
        diplomatic and consular posts, for developing and 
        implementing efforts to counter white identity 
        terrorism.
          (3) A description of how the Department plans to 
        build on any existing strategy developed by the Bureau 
        for Counterterrorism to--
                  (A) adapt or expand existing Department 
                programs, projects, activities, or policy 
                instruments based on existing authorities for 
                the specific purpose of degrading and 
                delegitimizing the white identity terrorist 
                movement globally; and
                  (B) identify the need for any new Department 
                programs, projects, activities, or policy 
                instruments for the specific purpose of 
                degrading and delegitimizing the white identity 
                terrorist movement globally, including a 
                description of the steps and resources 
                necessary to establish any such programs, 
                projects, activities, or policy instruments, 
                noting whether such steps would require new 
                authorities.
          (4) Detailed plans for using public diplomacy, 
        including the efforts of the Secretary of State and 
        other senior Executive Branch officials, including the 
        President, to degrade and delegitimize white identity 
        terrorist ideologues and ideology globally, including 
        by--
                  (A) countering white identity terrorist 
                messaging and supporting efforts to redirect 
                potential supporters away from white identity 
                terrorist content online;
                  (B) exposing foreign government support for 
                white identity terrorist ideologies, 
                objectives, ideologues, networks, 
                organizations, and internet platforms;
                  (B) engaging with foreign governments and 
                internet service providers and other relevant 
                technology entities, to prevent or limit white 
                identity terrorists from exploiting internet 
                platforms in furtherance of or in preparation 
                for acts of terrorism or other targeted 
                violence, as well as the recruitment, 
                radicalization, and indoctrination of new 
                adherents to white identity terrorism; and
                  (C) identifying the roles and 
                responsibilities for the Office of the Under 
                Secretary for Public Affairs and Public 
                Diplomacy and the Global Engagement Center in 
                developing and implementing such plans.
          (6) An outline of steps the Department is taking or 
        will take in coordination, as appropriate, with the 
        Director of the National Counterterrorism Center, the 
        Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, the 
        Attorney General, the Director of National 
        Intelligence, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the 
        Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the 
        Secretary of the Treasury, and the heads of any other 
        relevant Federal departments or agencies to improve 
        information and intelligence sharing with other 
        countries on white identity terrorism based on existing 
        authorities by--
                  (A) describing plans for adapting or 
                expanding existing mechanisms for sharing 
                information, intelligence, or counterterrorism 
                best practices, including facilitating the 
                sharing of information, intelligence, or 
                counterterrorism best practices gathered by 
                Federal, State, and local law enforcement; and
                  (B) proposing new mechanisms or forums that 
                might enable expanded sharing of information, 
                intelligence, or counterterrorism best 
                practices.
          (7) An outline of how the Department plans to use 
        designation as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist 
        (under Executive Order 13224 (50 U.S.C. 1701 note)) and 
        foreign terrorist organization (pursuant to section 219 
        of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1189)) 
        to support the strategy, including--
                  (A) an assessment and explanation of the 
                utility of applying or not applying such 
                designations when individuals or entities 
                satisfy the criteria for such designations; and
                  (B) a description of possible remedies if 
                such criteria are insufficient to enable 
                designation of any individuals or entities the 
                Secretary of State considers a potential 
                terrorist threat to the United States.
          (8) A description of the Department's plans, in 
        consultation with the Department of the Treasury, to 
        work with foreign governments, financial institutions, 
        and other related entities to counter the financing of 
        white identity terrorists within the parameters of 
        current law, or if no such plans exist, a description 
        of why.
          (9) A description of how the Department plans to 
        implement the strategy in conjunction with ongoing 
        efforts to counter the Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and 
        other terrorist threats to the United States.
          (10) A description of how the Department will 
        integrate into the strategy lessons learned in the 
        ongoing efforts to counter the Islamic State, al-Qaeda, 
        and other terrorist threats to the United States.
          (11) A identification of any additional resources or 
        staff needed to implement the strategy.
  (c) Interagency Coordination.--The Secretary of State shall 
develop the strategy in coordination with the Director of the 
National Counterterrorism Center and in consultation with the 
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Attorney 
General, the Director of National Intelligence, the Secretary 
of Homeland Security, the Director of the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, the Secretary of the Treasury, and the heads of 
any other relevant Federal departments or agencies.
  (d) Stakeholder Inclusion.--The strategy shall be developed 
in consultation with representatives of United States and 
international civil society and academic entities with 
experience researching or implementing programs to counter 
white identity terrorism.
  (e) Form.--The strategy shall be submitted in unclassified 
form that can be made available to the public, but may include 
a classified annex if the Secretary of State determines such is 
appropriate.
  (f) Implementation.--Not later than three months after the 
submission of the strategy, the Secretary of State shall begin 
implementing the strategy.
  (g) Consultation.--Not later than 90 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act and not less often than annually 
thereafter, the Secretary of State shall consult with the 
Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives 
and the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate regarding 
the development and implementation of the strategy.
  (h) Country Reports on Terrorism.--The Secretary of State 
shall incorporate all credible information about white identity 
terrorism, including regarding relevant attacks, the 
identification of perpetrators and victims of such attacks, the 
size and identification of organizations and networks, and the 
identification of notable ideologues, in the annual country 
reports on terrorism submitted pursuant to section 140 of the 
Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989 
(22 U.S.C. 2656f).
  (i) Report on Sanctions.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 120 days and again 
        240 days after the submission of each annual country 
        report on terrorism submitted pursuant to section 140 
        of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal 
        Years 1988 and 1989 (22 U.S.C. 2656f), as modified in 
        accordance with subsection (h), the President shall 
        submit to the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House 
        of Representatives and the Committee on Foreign 
        Relations of the Senate a report that determines 
        whether the foreign persons, organizations, and 
        networks identified in such annual country reports on 
        terrorism as so modified, satisfy the criteria to be 
        designated as--
                  (A) foreign terrorist organizations under 
                section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality 
                Act (8 U.S.C. 1189); or
                  (B) Specially Designated Global Terrorist 
                under Executive Order 13224 (50 U.S.C. 1701 
                note).
          (2) Form.--Each determination required under 
        subsection (a) shall be submitted in unclassified form, 
        but may include a classified annex, if appropriate.
  (j) Requirement for Independent Study to Map the Global White 
Identity Terrorism Movement.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 60 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
        State shall enter into a contract with a federally 
        funded research and development center with appropriate 
        expertise and analytical capability to carry out the 
        study described in paragraph (2).
          (2) Study.--The study described in this subsection 
        shall provide for a comprehensive social network 
        analysis of the global white identity terrorism 
        movement to--
                  (A) identify key actors, organizations, and 
                supporting infrastructure; and
                  (B) map the relationships and interactions 
                between such actors, organizations, and 
                supporting infrastructure.
          (3) Report.--
                  (A) To the secretary.--Not later than one 
                year after the date on which the Secretary of 
                State enters into a contract pursuant to 
                subsection (a), the federally funded research 
                and development center referred to in such 
                subsection that has entered into such contract 
                with the Secretary shall submit to the 
                Secretary a report containing the results of 
                the study required under this section.
                  (B) To congress.--Not later than 30 days 
                after receipt of the report under subparagraph 
                (A), the Secretary of State shall submit to the 
                Committee of Foreign Affairs of the House of 
                Representatives and the Committee on Foreign 
                Relations of the Senate such report, together 
                with any additional views or recommendations of 
                the Secretary.
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     19. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Houlahan of 
         Pennsylvania or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title X, insert the following:

SEC. 10__. REQUIREMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH USE OF PERSONNEL OTHER THAN 
                    THE MILITIA OR THE ARMED FORCES TO SUPPRESS 
                    INTERFERENCE WITH STATE AND FEDERAL LAW.

  (a) In General.--Section 253 of title 10, United States Code, 
is amended--
          (1) by inserting ``(a) In General.--'' before ``The 
        President''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following new 
        subsection:
  ``(b) Use of Other Means.--(1) Other means used by the 
President pursuant to subsection (a) may only include 
activities by Federal law enforcement officers.
  ``(2) Any Federal law enforcement officer performing duty 
pursuant to subsection (a) shall visibly display on the uniform 
or other clothing of such officer--
          ``(A) the name of such officer; and
          ``(B) the name of the agency for which such officer 
        is employed.
  ``(3) In this subsection:
          ``(A) The term `Federal law enforcement officer' 
        means--
                  ``(i) an employee or officer in a position in 
                the executive, legislative, or judicial branch 
                of the Federal Government who--
                          ``(I) is authorized by law to engage 
                        in or supervise a law enforcement 
                        function; or
                          ``(II) has statutory powers of arrest 
                        or apprehension under section 807(b) of 
                        this title (article 7(b) of the Uniform 
                        Code of Military Justice); or
                  ``(ii) an employee or officer of a contractor 
                or subcontractor (at any tier) of an agency in 
                the executive, legislative, or judicial branch 
                of the Federal Government who is authorized by 
                law or under the contract with the agency to 
                engage in or supervise a law enforcement 
                function; and
          ``(B) The term `law enforcement function' means the 
        prevention, detection, or investigation of, or the 
        prosecution or incarceration of any person for, any 
        violation of law.''.
  (b) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in this section, or the 
amendments made by this section, shall be construed to limit or 
otherwise supersede the authority of Federal law enforcement 
officials who do not wear a uniform in the regular performance 
of their official duties or who are engaged in undercover 
operations to perform their official duties under authorities 
other than section 253 of title 10, United States Code.
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 20. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Torres of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1202, line 22, insert after ``Forces'' the following: 
``(other than the limited exception described in clause 
(iv))''.
  Page 1203, after line 7, insert the following new clause (and 
redesignate subsequent clauses accordingly):
                          (iv) Is a deceased woman who overcame 
                        prejudice and adversity to perform 
                        distinguished military service on 
                        behalf of the United States, including 
                        a woman who performed such 
                        distinguished military service (whether 
                        temporary service, auxiliary service, 
                        or other qualifying military service) 
                        before 1948 when women were allowed to 
                        officially join the Armed Forces.
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 21. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Khanna of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 870, after line 24, add the following:

SEC. 12__. REPORT ON US MILITARY SUPPORT OF THE SAUDI-LED COALITION IN 
                    YEMEN.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 1 year after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Comptroller General of the United 
States shall submit to the appropriate committees of Congress a 
report that includes--
          (1) a description of the military support, training, 
        and defense articles provided by the Department of 
        Defense to Saudi Arabia, the Government of the United 
        Arab Emirates, and other countries participating in the 
        Saudi-led coalition since March 2015, including--
                  (A) an annual description, by fiscal year or 
                calendar year, of all transfers of logistics 
                support, supplies, defense articles, and 
                services under sections 2341 and 2342 of title 
                10, United States Code, or any other applicable 
                law;
                  (B) a description of the total financial 
                value of such transfers and which countries 
                bore the cost described in subparagraph (A) of 
                these transfers, including the status of the 
                reimbursement of costs from Saudi Arabia, the 
                Government of the United Arab Emirates and the 
                Saudi-led coalition to the Department of 
                Defense; and
                  (C) a description of the types of training 
                provided by the Department of Defense, 
                including the authorities under which this 
                training was provided, and whether such 
                training has included tactics for stopping, 
                searching and seizing boats, or other 
                activities that could be used to restrict the 
                importation of commercial and humanitarian 
                shipments into and out of Yemen;
          (2) a description and evaluation of processes used by 
        the Department of Defense to determine whether the 
        types of military support described in paragraph (1)(A) 
        have impacted the restriction of the movement of 
        persons into or out of Yemen, the restriction of the 
        importation of commercial and humanitarian shipments 
        into and out of Yemen, or the illicit profit from such 
        importation by any of the warring parties in the 
        conflict in Yemen;
          (3) a description and evaluation of processes used by 
        the Department of Defense to determine whether the type 
        of military support described in paragraph (1)(C) has 
        been use by any of the warring parties in the conflict 
        in Yemen to restrict the importation of commercial and 
        humanitarian shipments into and out of Yemen; and
          (4) a description and evaluation of processes used by 
        the Department of Defense to determine what steps the 
        Department has taken to reduce restrictions on the 
        movement of persons into or out of Yemen, and 
        restrictions on the importation of commercial and 
        humanitarian shipments into and out of Yemen, or the 
        illicit profit of such importation by any of the 
        warring parties in the conflict in Yemen.
  (b) Form.--The report required by subsection (a) shall be 
submitted in unclassified form, but may include a classified 
annex.
  (c) Appropriate Committees of Congress.--In this section, the 
term ``appropriate committees of Congress'' means--
          (1) the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on 
        Foreign Affairs, the Permanent Select Committee on 
        Intelligence, and the Committee on Financial Services 
        of the House of Representatives; and
          (2) the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on 
        Foreign Relations, the Select Committee on 
        Intelligence, and the Committee on Banking, Housing, 
        and Urban Affairs of the Senate.
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22. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lieu of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle G of title XII the following:

SEC. 12__. YEMEN.

  (a) Statement of Policy.--It is the policy of the United 
States--
          (1) to protect United States citizens and strategic 
        interests in the Middle East region;
          (2) to support United Nations-led efforts to end 
        violence in Yemen and secure a comprehensive political 
        settlement to the conflict in Yemen that results in 
        protection of civilians and civilian infrastructure and 
        alleviates the humanitarian crisis including by 
        facilitating unfettered access for all Yemenis to food, 
        fuel, and medicine;
          (3) to encourage all parties to the conflict in Yemen 
        to participate in good faith in the United Nations-led 
        process and to uphold interim agreements as part of 
        that process to end the conflict, leading to 
        reconstruction in Yemen;
          (4) to support United States allies and partners in 
        defending their borders and territories in order to 
        maintain stability and security in the Middle East 
        region and encourage burden sharing among such allies 
        and partners;
          (5) to assist United States allies and partners in 
        countering destabilization of the Middle East region;
          (6) to oppose Iranian arms transfers in violation of 
        UN Security Council resolutions, including transfers to 
        the Houthis;
          (7) to encourage the Government of Saudi Arabia and 
        the Government of the United Arab Emirates to assist 
        significantly in the economic stabilization and 
        eventual reconstruction of Yemen; and
          (8) to encourage all parties to the conflict to 
        comply with the law of armed conflict, including to 
        investigate credible allegations of war crimes and 
        provide redress to civilian victims.
  (b) Report on Conflict in Yemen.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 120 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act , the Secretary of 
        State, in consultation with the Secretary of Defense 
        and the Director of National Intelligence, shall submit 
        to the appropriate congressional committees a report on 
        United States policy in Yemen.
          (2) Matters to be included.--The report required 
        under subsection (b) shall include the following:
                  (A) A detailed description of diplomatic 
                actions taken by the United States Government 
                to help ease human suffering in Yemen, 
                including--
                          (i) United States direct humanitarian 
                        assistance and United States donations 
                        to multilateral humanitarian assistance 
                        efforts, including to address the 
                        COVID-19 pandemic;
                          (ii) efforts to ensure that 
                        humanitarian assistance is delivered in 
                        line with internationally recognized 
                        humanitarian principles, and the 
                        results of such efforts;
                          (iii) efforts to facilitate 
                        humanitarian and commercial cargo 
                        shipments into Yemen and minimize 
                        delays associated with such shipments, 
                        including access to ports for 
                        humanitarian and commercial cargo, and 
                        the results of such efforts;
                          (iv) efforts to work with parties to 
                        the conflict in Yemen to ensure 
                        protection of civilians and civilian 
                        infrastructure, and the results of such 
                        efforts;
                          (iv) efforts to help the Government 
                        of Yemen to create a mechanism to 
                        ensure that salaries and pensions are 
                        paid to civil servants as appropriate, 
                        and the results of such efforts; and
                          (v) efforts to work with ROYG and 
                        countries that are members of the 
                        Saudi-led coalition in Yemen to address 
                        the currency crisis in Yemen and the 
                        solvency of the Central Bank of Yemen, 
                        and the results of such efforts.
                  (B) An assessment of plans, commitments, and 
                pledges for reconstruction of Yemen made by 
                countries that are members of the Saudi-led 
                coalition in Yemen, including an assessment of 
                proposed coordination with the Government of 
                Yemen and international organizations.
                  (C) A description of civilian harm occurring 
                in the context of the conflict in Yemen since 
                Nov 2017, including--
                          (i) mass casualty incidents; and
                          (ii) damage to, and destruction of, 
                        civilian infrastructure and services.
                  (D) An estimated total number of civilian 
                casualties in the context of the conflict in 
                Yemen since September 2014, disaggregated by 
                year.
                  (E) A detailed description of actions taken 
                by the United States Government to support the 
                efforts of the United Nations Special Envoy for 
                Yemen to reach a lasting political solution in 
                Yemen.
                  (F) A detailed assessment of whether and to 
                what extent members of the Saudi-led coalition 
                in Yemen have used United States-origin defense 
                articles and defense services in Yemen in 
                contravention of the laws of armed conflict 
                when engaging in any military operations 
                against the Houthis in Yemen.
                  (G) A description of external and cross 
                border attacks perpetrated by the Houthis.
                  (H) A detailed assessment of the Government 
                of Yemen's willingness and capacity to 
                effectively--
                          (i) provide public services to the 
                        people of Yemen;
                          (ii) service the external debts of 
                        Yemen; and
                          (iii) facilitate or ensure access to 
                        humanitarian assistance and key 
                        commodities in Yemen.
                  (I) A description of support for the Houthis 
                by Iran and Iran-backed groups, including 
                provision of weapons and training.
                  (J) A description of recruitment and use of 
                child soldiers by parties to the conflict in 
                Yemen.
          (3) Form.--The report required under paragraph (1) 
        shall be submitted in unclassified form (without the 
        classification ``For Official Use Only'') but may 
        contain a classified annex.
          (4) Appropriate congressional committees defined.--In 
        this subsection, the term ``appropriate congressional 
        committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the 
                Committee on Armed Services of the House of 
                Representatives;
                  (B) the Committee on Foreign Relations and 
                the Committee on Armed Services of the Senate;
                  (C) the Permanent Select Committee on 
                Intelligence of the House of Representatives; 
                and
                  (D) the Select Committee on Intelligence of 
                the Senate.
  (c) Report on United States Military Support.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Comptroller 
        General of the United States shall submit to the 
        appropriate congressional committees a report on United 
        States military support to countries that are members 
        of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen since March 2015 
        that evaluates--
                  (A) the manner and extent to which the United 
                States military has provided and continues to 
                provide support to such countries in Yemen;
                  (B) the extent to which the Department of 
                Defense has determined that its advice or 
                assistance has--
                          (i) minimized violations of the laws 
                        of armed conflict in Yemen, including 
                        any credible allegations of torture, 
                        arbitrary detention, and other gross 
                        violations of internationally 
                        recognized human rights by ROYG and 
                        countries that are members of the 
                        Saudi-led coalition in Yemen; and
                          (ii) reduced civilian casualties and 
                        damage to civilian infrastructure;
                  (C) the responsiveness and completeness of 
                any certifications submitted pursuant to 
                section 1290 of the John S. McCain National 
                Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 
                (Public Law 115-232; 132 Stat. 2081); and
                  (D) the responsiveness and completeness of 
                any reports submitted pursuant to section 1274 
                of the John S. McCain National Defense 
                Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 (Public 
                Law 115-232; 132 Stat. 2067).
          (2) Form.--The report required under paragraph (1) 
        shall be submitted in unclassified form (without the 
        classification ``For Official Use Only''), but may 
        contain a classified annex.
          (3) Appropriate congressional committees defined.--In 
        this subsection, the term ``appropriate congressional 
        committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the 
                Committee on Armed Services of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Foreign Relations and 
                the Committee on Armed Services of the Senate.
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  24. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cicilline of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title V, add the following:

SEC. 539A. TO RESOLVE CONTROVERSIES UNDER SERVICEMEMBERS CIVIL RELIEF 
                    ACT.

  (a) In General.--Section 102 of the Servicemembers Civil 
Relief Act (50 U.S.C. 3912) is amended by adding at the end the 
following new subsection:
  ``(d) Written Consent Required for Arbitration.--
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, whenever a contract 
with a servicemember, or a servicemember and the 
servicemember's spouse jointly, provides for the use of 
arbitration to resolve a controversy subject to a provision of 
this Act and arising out of or relating to such contract, 
arbitration may be used to settle such controversy only if, 
after such controversy arises, all parties to such controversy 
consent in writing to use arbitration to settle such 
controversy.''.
  (b) Applicability.--Subsection (d) of such section, as added 
by subsection (a), shall apply with respect to contracts 
entered into, amended, altered, modified, renewed, or extended 
after the date of the enactment of this Act.

SEC. 539B. LIMITATION ON WAIVER OF RIGHTS AND PROTECTIONS UNDER 
                    SERVICEMEMBERS CIVIL RELIEF ACT.

  (a) In General.--Section 107(a) of the Servicemembers Civil 
Relief Act (50 U.S.C. 3918(a)) is amended--
          (1) in the second sentence, by inserting ``and if it 
        is made after a specific dispute has arisen and the 
        dispute is identified in the waiver'' after ``to which 
        it applies''; and
          (2) in the third sentence, by inserting ``and if it 
        is made after a specific dispute has arisen and the 
        dispute is identified in the waiver'' after ``period of 
        military service''.
  (b) Applicability.--The amendment made by subsection (a) 
shall apply with respect to waivers made on or after the date 
of the enactment of this Act.

SEC. 539C. CLARIFICATION OF PRIVATE RIGHT OF ACTION UNDER 
                    SERVICEMEMBERS CIVIL RELIEF ACT.

  Section 802(a) of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (50 
U.S.C. 4042(a)) is amended--
          (1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by 
        inserting ``, notwithstanding any previous agreement to 
        the contrary,'' after ``may''; and
          (2) in paragraph (3), by striking ``, notwithstanding 
        any previous agreement to the contrary''.
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 24. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Matsui of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 163, after line 8, insert the following new subsections:
  (d) Advanced Manufacturing Incentives.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Defense shall, in 
        consultation with the Secretary of Commerce, the 
        Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Director of 
        National Intelligence, work with the private sector 
        through a public-private partnership, including by 
        incentivizing the formation of a consortium of United 
        States companies, to ensure the development and 
        production of advanced, measurably secure 
        microelectronics. Such work may include providing 
        incentives for the creation, expansion, or 
        modernization of one or more commercially competitive 
        and sustainable semiconductors manufacturing or 
        advanced research and development facilities.
          (2) Risk mitigation requirements.--A participant in a 
        consortium formed with incentives under paragraph (1) 
        shall--
                  (A) have the potential to perform 
                fabrication, assembly, package, or test 
                functions for semiconductors deemed critical to 
                national security as defined by export control 
                regulatory agencies in consultation with the 
                National Security Adviser and the Secretary of 
                Defense;
                  (B) demonstrate management processes to 
                identify and mitigate supply chain security 
                risks; and
                  (C) be able to produce semiconductors 
                consistent with applicable measurably secure 
                supply chain and operational security standards 
                established under section 224(b) of the 
                National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 
                Year 2020 (Public Law 116-92).
          (3) National security considerations.--The Secretary 
        of Defense and the Director of National Intelligence 
        shall select participants for the consortium formed 
        with incentives under paragraph (1). In selecting such 
        participants, the Secretary and the Director may 
        jointly consider whether the United States companies--
                  (A) have participated in previous programs 
                and projects of the Department of Defense, 
                Department of Energy, or the intelligence 
                community, including--
                          (i) the Trusted Integrated Circuit 
                        program of the Intelligence Advanced 
                        Research Projects Activity;
                          (ii) trusted and assured 
                        semiconductors projects, as 
                        administered by the Department of 
                        Defense;
                          (iii) the Electronics Resurgence 
                        Initiative (ERI) program of the Defense 
                        Advanced Research Projects Agency; or
                          (iv) relevant semiconductor research 
                        programs of Advanced Research Projects 
                        Agency-Energy;
                  (B) have demonstrated an ongoing commitment 
                to performing contracts for the Department of 
                Defense and the intelligence community;
                  (C) are approved by the Defense 
                Counterintelligence and Security Agency or the 
                Office of the Director of National Intelligence 
                as presenting an acceptable security risk, 
                taking into account supply chain assurance 
                vulnerabilities, counterintelligence risks, and 
                any risks presented by companies whose owners 
                are located outside the United States; and
                  (D) are evaluated periodically for foreign 
                ownership, control, or influence by foreign 
                entities of concern.
          (4) Nontraditional defense contractors and commercial 
        entities.--Arrangements entered into to carry out 
        paragraph (1) shall be in such form as the Secretary of 
        Defense determines appropriate to encourage industry 
        participation of nontraditional defense contractors or 
        commercial entities and may include a contract, a 
        grant, a cooperative agreement, a commercial agreement, 
        the use of other transaction authority under section 
        2371 of title 10, United States Code, or another such 
        arrangement.
          (5) Discharge.--The Secretary of Defense shall carry 
        out paragraph (1) jointly through the Office of the 
        Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering 
        and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for 
        Acquisition and Sustainment, or such other component of 
        the Department of Defense as the Secretary considers 
        appropriate.
          (6) Other initiatives.--The Secretary of Defense 
        shall dedicate initiatives within the Department of 
        Defense to advance radio frequency, mixed signal, 
        radiation tolerant, and radiation hardened 
        semiconductors that support national security and dual-
        use applications.
          (7) Reports.--
                  (A) Report by secretary of defense.--Not 
                later than 90 days after the date of the 
                enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense 
                shall submit to Congress a report on the plans 
                of the Secretary to carry out paragraph (1).
                  (B) Biennial reports by comptroller general 
                of the united states.--Not later than 1 year 
                after the date on which the Secretary submits 
                the report required by subparagraph (A) and not 
                less frequently than once every 2 years 
                thereafter for a period of 10 years, the 
                Comptroller General of the United States shall 
                submit to Congress a report on the activities 
                carried out under this subsection.
  (e) Report Under the Defense Production Act of 1950.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 120 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the President shall 
        submit to Congress a report on a plan for any use of 
        authorities available in title III of the Defense 
        Production Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. 4531 et seq.) to 
        establish or enhance a domestic production capability 
        for microelectronic technologies and related 
        technologies, subject to--
                  (A) the availability of appropriations for 
                that purpose; and
                  (B) a determination made under the plan 
                pursuant to such title III that such 
                technologies are essential to the national 
                defense.
          (2) Consultation.--The President shall develop the 
        plan required by paragraph (1) in consultation with any 
        relevant head of a Federal agency, any advisory 
        committee established under section 708(a) of the 
        Defense Production Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. 4558), and 
        appropriate stakeholders in the private sector.
  Add at the end of title XVII the following new subtitle:

           Subtitle F--Semiconductor Manufacturing Incentives

SEC. 17_. SEMICONDUCTOR INCENTIVE GRANTS.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section--
          (1) the term ``appropriate committees of Congress'' 
        means--
                  (A) the Select Committee on Intelligence, the 
                Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
                Transportation, the Committee on Foreign 
                Relations, the Committee on Armed Services, the 
                Committee on Appropriations, the Committee on 
                Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, and the 
                Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental 
                Affairs of the Senate; and
                  (B) the Permanent Select Committee on 
                Intelligence, the Committee on Energy and 
                Commerce, the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the 
                Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on 
                Science, Space, and Technology, the Committee 
                on Appropriations, the Committee on Financial 
                Services, and the Committee on Homeland 
                Security of the House of Representatives;
          (2) the term ``covered entity'' means a private 
        entity, a consortium of private entities, or a 
        consortium of public and private entities with a 
        demonstrated ability to construct, expand, or modernize 
        a facility relating to the fabrication, assembly, 
        testing, advanced packaging, or advanced research and 
        development of semiconductors;
          (3) the term ``covered incentive'' means an incentive 
        offered by a governmental entity to a covered entity 
        for the purposes of constructing within the 
        jurisdiction of the governmental entity, or expanding 
        or modernizing an existing facility within that 
        jurisdiction, a facility described in paragraph (2).
          (4) the term ``governmental entity'' means a State or 
        local government;
          (5) the term ``Secretary'' means the Secretary of 
        Commerce; and
          (6) the term ``semiconductor'' has the meaning given 
        the term by the Secretary.
  (b) Grant Program.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish in the 
        Department of Commerce a program that, in accordance 
        with the requirements of this section, provides grants 
        to covered entities to incentivize investment of 
        semiconductor fabrication facilities, or assembly, 
        testing, advanced packaging, or advanced research and 
        development of semiconductors in the United States.
          (2) Procedure.--
                  (A) In general.--A covered entity shall 
                submit to the Secretary an application that 
                describes the project for which the covered 
                entity is seeking a grant under this section.
                  (B) Eligibility.--In order for a covered 
                entity to qualify for a grant under this 
                section, the covered entity shall demonstrate 
                to the Secretary, in the application submitted 
                by the covered entity under subparagraph (A), 
                that--
                          (i) the covered entity has a 
                        documented interest in constructing, 
                        expanding, or modernizing a facility 
                        described in subsection (a)(2); and
                          (ii) with respect to the project 
                        described in clause (i), the covered 
                        entity has--
                                  (I) been offered a covered 
                                incentive;
                                  (II) made commitments to 
                                worker and community 
                                investment, including through--
                                          (aa) training and 
                                        education benefits paid 
                                        by the covered entity; 
                                        and
                                          (bb) programs to 
                                        expand employment 
                                        opportunity for 
                                        economically 
                                        disadvantaged 
                                        individuals; and
                                  (III) secured commitments 
                                from regional educational and 
                                training entities and 
                                institutions of higher 
                                education to provide workforce 
                                training, including programming 
                                for training and job placement 
                                of economically disadvantaged 
                                individuals.
                  (C) Considerations for review.--With respect 
                to the review by the Secretary of an 
                application submitted by a covered entity under 
                subparagraph (A)--
                          (i) the Secretary may not approve the 
                        application unless the Secretary--
                                  (I) confirms that the covered 
                                entity has satisfied the 
                                eligibility criteria under 
                                subparagraph (B);
                                  (II) determines that the 
                                project to which the 
                                application relates is in the 
                                interest of the United States; 
                                and
                                  (III) has notified the 
                                appropriate committees of 
                                congress 15 days before making 
                                any commitment to provide a 
                                grant to any covered entity 
                                that exceeds $10,000,000; and
                          (ii) the Secretary may consider 
                        whether--
                                  (I) the covered entity has 
                                previously received a grant 
                                made under this subsection; and
                                  (II) the governmental entity 
                                offering the applicable covered 
                                incentive has benefitted from a 
                                grant previously made under 
                                this subsection.
                                  (III) to the extent 
                                practicable, the covered entity 
                                is considered a small business 
                                concern, as defined under 
                                section 3 of the Small Business 
                                Act (15 U.S.C. 632), 
                                notwithstanding section 121.103 
                                of title 13, Code of Federal 
                                Regulations.
          (3) Amount.--The Secretary shall not award more than 
        $3,000,000,000 to a covered entity under this 
        subsection.
          (4) Use of funds.--A covered entity that receives a 
        grant under this subsection may only use the grant 
        amounts to--
                  (A) finance the construction, expansion, or 
                modernization of a facility described in 
                subsection (a)(2), as documented in the 
                application submitted by the covered entity 
                under paragraph (2)(A), or for similar uses in 
                state of practice and legacy facilities, as 
                determined necessary by the Secretary for 
                purposes relating to the national security and 
                economic competitiveness of the United States;
                  (B) support workforce development for the 
                facility described in subparagraph (A); or
                  (C) support site development for the facility 
                described in subparagraph (A).
          (5) Clawback.--
                  (A) The Secretary shall recover the full 
                amount with interest of a grant provided to a 
                covered entity under this subsection if--
                          (i) as of the date that is 5 years 
                        after the date on which the Secretary 
                        makes the grant, the project to which 
                        the grant relates has not been 
                        completed, except that the Secretary 
                        may issue a waiver with respect to the 
                        requirement under this subparagraph if 
                        the Secretary determines that issuing 
                        such a waiver is appropriate and in the 
                        interests of the United States; or
                          (ii) during the applicable term with 
                        respect to the grant, the covered 
                        entity engages in any joint research or 
                        technology licensing effort--
                                  (I) with the Government of 
                                the People's Republic of China, 
                                the Government of the Russian 
                                Federation, the Government of 
                                Iran, the Government of North 
                                Korea, or other foreign entity 
                                of concern; and
                                  (II) that relates to a 
                                sensitive technology or 
                                product, as determined by the 
                                Secretary; and
                  (B) the Secretary shall recover up to the 
                full amount with interest of a grant provided 
                to a covered entity if the Secretary determines 
                that commitments required under paragraph (2) 
                have not been fully implemented, except that 
                the Secretary may issue a waiver with respect 
                to the requirement under this subparagraph if 
                the Secretary determines that issuing such a 
                waiver is appropriate and in the interests of 
                the United States.
  (c) Consultation and Coordination Required.--In carrying out 
the program established under subsection (b), the Secretary 
shall consult and coordinate with the Secretary of State and 
the Secretary of Defense.
  (d) Inspector General Reviews.--The Inspector General of the 
Department of Commerce shall--
          (1) not later than 2 years after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, and biennially thereafter until 
        the date that is 10 years after that date of enactment, 
        conduct a review of the program established under 
        subsection (b), which shall include, at a minimum--
                  (A) a determination of the number of 
                instances in which grants were provided under 
                that subsection during the period covered by 
                the review in violation of a requirement of 
                this section;
                  (B) an evaluation of how--
                          (i) the program is being carried out, 
                        including how recipients of grants are 
                        being selected under the program; and
                          (ii) other Federal programs are 
                        leveraged for manufacturing, research, 
                        and training to complement the grants 
                        awarded under the program; and
                  (C) a description of the outcomes of projects 
                supported by grants made under the program, 
                including a description of--
                          (i) facilities described in 
                        subsection (a)(2) that were 
                        constructed, expanded, or modernized as 
                        a result of grants made under the 
                        program;
                          (ii) research and development carried 
                        out with grants made under the program; 
                        and
                          (iii) workforce training programs 
                        carried out with grants made under the 
                        program, including efforts to hire 
                        individuals from disadvantaged 
                        populations; and
          (2) submit to the appropriate committees of Congress 
        the results of each review conducted under paragraph 
        (1).

SEC. 17_. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE STUDY ON STATUS OF SEMICONDUCTORS 
                    TECHNOLOGIES IN THE UNITED STATES INDUSTRIAL BASE.

  (a) In General.--Commencing not later than 120 days after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Commerce 
and the Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation with 
the Secretary of Defense and the heads of other appropriate 
Federal departments and agencies, shall undertake a review, 
which shall include a survey, using authorities in section 705 
of the Defense Production Act (50 U.S.C. 4555), to assess the 
capabilities of the United States industrial base to support 
the national defense in light of the global nature of the 
supply chain and significant interdependencies between the 
United States industrial base and the industrial base of 
foreign countries with respect to the manufacture, design, and 
end use of semiconductors.
  (b) Response to Survey.--The Secretary shall ensure 
compliance with the survey from among all relevant potential 
respondents, including the following:
          (1) Corporations, partnerships, associations, or any 
        other organized groups domiciled and with substantial 
        operations in the United States.
          (2) Corporations, partnerships, associations, or any 
        other organized groups domiciled in the United States 
        with operations outside the United States.
          (3) Foreign domiciled corporations, partnerships, 
        associations, or any other organized groups with 
        substantial operations or business presence in, or 
        substantial revenues derived from, the United States.
  (c) Information Requested.--The information sought from a 
responding entity pursuant to the survey required by subsection 
(a) shall include, at minimum, information on the following 
with respect to the manufacture, design, or end use of 
semiconductors by such entity:
          (1) An identification of the geographic scope of 
        operations.
          (2) Information on relevant cost structures.
          (3) An identification of types of semiconductors 
        development, manufacture, assembly, test, and packaging 
        equipment in operation at such entity.
          (4) An identification of all relevant intellectual 
        property, raw materials, and semi-finished goods and 
        components sourced domestically and abroad by such 
        entity.
          (5) Specifications of the semiconductors manufactured 
        or designed by such entity, descriptions of the end-
        uses of such semiconductors, and a description of any 
        technical support provided to end-users of such 
        semiconductors by such entity.
          (6) Information on domestic and export market sales 
        by such entity.
          (7) Information on the financial performance, 
        including income and expenditures, of such entity.
          (8) A list of all foreign and domestic subsidies, and 
        any other financial incentives, received by such entity 
        in each market in which such entity operates.
          (9) A list of regulatory or other informational 
        requests about the entities' operations, sales, or 
        other proprietary information by the Government of the 
        People's Republic of China, entities under its 
        direction or officials of the CCP, a description of the 
        nature of the request, and the type of information 
        provided.
          (10) Information on any joint ventures, technology 
        licensing agreements, and cooperative research or 
        production arrangements of such entity.
          (11) A description of efforts by such entity to 
        evaluate and control supply chain risks it faces.
          (12) A list and description of any sales, licensing 
        agreements, or partnerships between such entity and the 
        People's Liberation Army or People's Armed Police, 
        including any business relationships with entities 
        through which such sales, licensing agreements, or 
        partnerships may occur.
  (d) Report.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Commerce shall, in 
        consultation with the Secretary of Defense, the 
        Secretary of Homeland Security, and the heads of other 
        appropriate Federal departments and agencies, submit to 
        Congress a report on the results of the review required 
        by subsection (a). The report shall include the 
        following:
                  (A) An assessment of the results of the 
                survey.
                  (B) A list of critical technology areas 
                impacted by potential disruptions in production 
                of semiconductors, and a detailed description 
                and assessment of the impact of such potential 
                disruptions on such areas.
                  (C) A description and assessment of gaps and 
                vulnerabilities in the semiconductors supply 
                chain and the national industrial supply base.
          (2) Form.--The report required by paragraph (1) may 
        be submitted appropriate committees of Congress in 
        classified form.

SEC. 17_. FUNDING FOR DEVELOPMENT AND ADOPTION OF SECURE SEMICONDUCTOR 
                    AND SECURE SEMICONDUCTOR SUPPLY CHAINS.

  (a) Multilateral Semiconductor Security Fund.--
          (1) Establishment of fund.--There is established in 
        the Treasury of the United States a trust fund, to be 
        known as the ``Multilateral Semiconductor Security 
        Fund'' (in this section referred to as the ``Fund''), 
        consisting of any appropriated funds credited to the 
        Fund.
          (2) Purpose.--The purpose of the Fund shall be to 
        work with and support a variety of stakeholders, 
        including governments, businesses, academia, and civil 
        society, and allies or partner nations who are members 
        of the Fund and are critical to the global 
        semiconductor supply chain in order to build safe and 
        secure semiconductor supply chains outside of and 
        devoid of entities from countries subject to a United 
        States embargo. Considerations for building safe and 
        secure semiconductor supply chains include, but are not 
        limited to--
                  (A) relevant semiconductor designs;
                  (B) chemicals and materials relevant to the 
                semiconductor industry;
                  (C) semiconductor design tools;
                  (D) semiconductor manufacturing equipment; 
                and
                  (E) basic and applied semiconductor research 
                capability.
          (3) Restriction of use of funds.--
                  (A) Availability contingent on international 
                agreement.--Amounts in the Fund shall be 
                available to the Secretary of State, subject to 
                appropriation, on and after the date on which 
                the Secretary enters into an agreement with at 
                least 5 other governments of countries that are 
                allies or partners of the United States that 
                are critical to the global semiconductor supply 
                chain to participate in the common funding 
                mechanism under subsection (b)(1) and the 
                commitments described in paragraph (2) of that 
                subsection.
                  (B) Limitation.--At no point during fiscal 
                years 2021 through 2030 shall a United States 
                contribution cause the cumulative total of 
                United States contributions to exceed 33 
                percent of the total contributions to the Fund 
                from all sources.
                  (C) Notification.--The Secretary of State 
                shall notify the appropriate congressional 
                committees not later than 15 days in advance of 
                making a contribution to the Fund, including--
                          (i) the amount of the proposed 
                        contribution;
                          (ii) the total of funds contributed 
                        by other donors; and
                          (iii) the national interests served 
                        by United States participation in the 
                        Fund.
                  (D) Withholdings.--
                          (i) Support for acts of international 
                        terrorism.--If at any time the 
                        Secretary of State determines that the 
                        Fund has provided assistance to a 
                        country, the government of which the 
                        Secretary of State has determined, for 
                        purposes of section 620A of the Foreign 
                        Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2371) 
                        has repeatedly provided support for 
                        acts of international terrorism, the 
                        United States shall immediately 
                        withhold contributions to the Fund and 
                        cease participating in Fund activities.
                          (ii) Support for embargoed 
                        countries.--If at any time the 
                        Secretary of State determines that the 
                        Fund, or any investments made by the 
                        fund, has supported the semiconductor 
                        supply chain of or an entity with a 
                        substantial nexus to the semiconductor 
                        supply chain of a country under a 
                        United State embargo, the United States 
                        shall immediately withhold 
                        contributions and no longer make any 
                        contributions until it certifies that 
                        non-market economies do not stand to 
                        benefit from investments made from the 
                        Fund.
                          (iii) Excessive salaries.--If at any 
                        time during any of the fiscal years 
                        2021 through 2025, the Secretary of 
                        State determines that the salary of any 
                        individual employed by the Fund exceeds 
                        the salary of the Vice President of the 
                        United States for that fiscal year, 
                        then the United States should withhold 
                        from its contribution for the next 
                        fiscal year an amount equal to the 
                        aggregate amount by which the salary of 
                        each such individual exceeds the salary 
                        of the Vice President of the United 
                        States.
          (4) Ensuring permanent member status.--If at any time 
        the Secretary of State certifies that the United States 
        does not have a permanent representative to the Board 
        of Trustees as established in paragraph (6), the 
        Secretary shall withhold contributions to the Fund 
        until the Secretary certifies that the United States is 
        given a permanent seat.
          (5) Composition.--
                  (A) In general.--The Fund should be governed 
                by a Board of Trustees, to be composed of 
                representatives of participating allies and 
                partners that are donors or participants in the 
                Fund. The Board of Trustees should include--
                          (i) 5 permanent member countries, who 
                        qualify based upon meeting an 
                        established initial contribution 
                        threshold, whose contributions should 
                        cumulatively be not less than 50 
                        percent of total contributions, and who 
                        should hold veto power over programs 
                        and projects; and
                          (ii) 5 term members, as appropriate, 
                        who are selected by the permanent 
                        members on the basis of their 
                        commitment to building a free secure 
                        semiconductor supply chain.
                  (B) Qualifications.--Individuals appointed to 
                the Board shall have demonstrated knowledge and 
                experience in the fields of semiconductors, 
                semiconductor manufacturing, and supply chain 
                management.
                  (C) United states representation.--
                          (i) In general.--
                                  (I) Founding permanent 
                                member.--The Secretary of State 
                                shall seek to establish the 
                                United States as a founding 
                                permanent member of the Fund.
                                  (II) Coordinator of united 
                                states government activities to 
                                advance semiconductor supply 
                                chain security.--The Secretary 
                                of State shall appoint an 
                                individual qualified as 
                                according to subparagraph (B) 
                                of this subsection to represent 
                                the United States on the Board 
                                of Trustees.
                          (ii) Effective and termination 
                        dates.--
                                  (I) Effective date.--This 
                                paragraph shall take effect 
                                upon the date the Secretary of 
                                State, in coordination with the 
                                Secretary of the Treasury, 
                                certifies and transmits to 
                                Congress an agreement 
                                establishing the Fund.
                                  (II) Termination date.--The 
                                membership established pursuant 
                                to clause (i) shall terminate 
                                upon the date of termination of 
                                the Fund.
                  (D) Removal procedures.--The Fund shall 
                establish procedures for the removal of member 
                donors of the Board who do not abide by the 
                Fund's core objectives as defined in paragraph 
                (4) of this section.
          (6) Availability of amounts.--
                  (A) In general.--Amounts in the Fund shall 
                remain available through the end of the 10th 
                fiscal year beginning after the date of the 
                enactment of this Act.
                  (B) Remainder to treasury.--Any amounts 
                remaining in the Fund after the end of the 
                fiscal year described in subparagraph (A) shall 
                be deposited in the general fund of the 
                Treasury.
  (b) Common Funding Mechanism for Development and Adoption of 
Secure Semiconductor and Secure Semiconductor Supply Chains.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of State, in 
        consultation with the Secretary of Commerce, Secretary 
        of Energy, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of 
        Homeland Security, the Secretary of the Treasury, and 
        the Director of National Intelligence, shall seek to 
        establish a common funding mechanism, in coordination 
        with the governments of countries that are Members of 
        the Fund, that uses amounts from the Fund, and amounts 
        committed by such governments, to support those efforts 
        described in subsection (a).
          (2) Mutual commitments.--The Secretary of State, in 
        consultation with the United States Trade 
        Representative, the Secretary of Treasury, and the 
        Secretary of Commerce, shall seek to negotiate a set of 
        mutual commitments with the governments of countries 
        that are Members of the Fund upon which to condition 
        any expenditure of funds pursuant to the common funding 
        mechanism described in paragraph (1). Such commitments 
        shall, at a minimum--
                  (A) develop common policies for the 
                protection of basic and applied research in 
                both academic and commercial settings;
                  (B) develop common reporting requirements for 
                researchers participating in talents programs 
                of countries subject to a United States arms 
                embargo;
                  (C) establish substantially similar if not 
                identical export controls licensing 
                requirements for all segments of the 
                semiconductor supply chain;
                  (D) establish substantially similar if not 
                identical policies for inbound investment from 
                entities with a substantial nexus to countries 
                subject to an embargo in all segments of the 
                semiconductor supply chain;
                  (E) establish harmonized treatment of 
                semiconductors and verification processes for 
                the importation of semiconductors or items 
                incorporating semiconductors from embargoed 
                countries;
                  (F) establish common policies on protecting 
                knowledge, know-how, and personnel from 
                migrating to embargoed countries or taking 
                employment with entities with a substantial 
                nexus to these countries;
                  (G) develop common policies, including 
                disclosure requirements and restrictions, on 
                outbound investments, including index funds, 
                into entities that support or contribute to the 
                development of the semiconductor industry in 
                countries subject to an embargo;
                  (H) establish transparency requirements for 
                any subsidies or other financial benefits 
                (including revenue foregone) provided to 
                semiconductor firms located in or outside such 
                countries;
                  (I) establish consistent policies with 
                respect to countries that--
                          (i) are not participating in the 
                        common funding mechanism; and
                          (ii) do not meet transparency 
                        requirements established under 
                        subparagraph (H);
                  (J) promote harmonized treatment of 
                semiconductor and verification processes for 
                items being exported to a country considered a 
                national security risk by a country 
                participating in the common funding mechanism;
                  (K) establish a consistent policies and 
                common external policies to address nonmarket 
                economies as the behavior of such countries 
                pertains to semiconductor; and
                  (L) align policies on supply chain integrity 
                and semiconductor security.
          (3) Annual report to congress.--Not later than one 
        year after the date of the enactment of this Act, and 
        annually thereafter for each fiscal year during which 
        amounts in the Fund are available under subsection (a), 
        the Secretary of State shall submit to Congress a 
        report on the status of the implementation of this 
        section that includes a description of--
                  (A) any commitments made by the governments 
                of countries that are partners of the United 
                States to providing funding for the common 
                funding mechanism described in subsection 
                (b)(1) and the specific amount so committed;
                  (B) the criteria established for expenditure 
                of funds through the common funding mechanism;
                  (C) how, and to whom, amounts have been 
                expended from the Fund;
                  (D) amounts remaining in the Fund;
                  (E) the progress of the Secretary of State 
                toward entering into an agreement with the 
                governments of countries that are partners of 
                the United States to participate in the common 
                funding mechanism and the commitments described 
                in subsection (b)(2); and
                  (F) any additional authorities needed to 
                enhance the effectiveness of the Fund in 
                achieving the security goals of the United 
                States.
          (4) Gao report on trust fund effectiveness.--Not 
        later than 2 years after the date that the Fund is 
        formally established, the Comptroller General of the 
        United States shall submit to the appropriate 
        congressional committees a report evaluating the 
        effectiveness of the Fund, including--
                  (A) the effectiveness of the programs, 
                projects, and activities supported by the Fund; 
                and
                  (B) an assessment of the merits of continued 
                United States participation in the Fund.

SEC. 17_. ADVANCED SEMICONDUCTOR RESEARCH AND DESIGN.

  (a) Appropriate Committees of Congress.--In this section, the 
term ``appropriate committees of Congress'' means--
          (1) the Committee on Intelligence, the Committee on 
        Commerce, Science, and Transportation, the Committee on 
        Foreign Relations, the Committee on Armed Services, the 
        Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, the 
        Committee on Appropriations, the Committee on Banking, 
        Housing, and Urban Affairs, the Committee on Health, 
        Education, Labor, and Pensions and the Committee on 
        Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs of the 
        Senate; and
          (2) the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, 
        the Committee on Energy and Commerce, the Committee on 
        Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Armed Services, the 
        Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, the 
        Committee on Financial Services, the Committee on 
        Education and Labor and the Committee on Homeland 
        Security of the House of Representatives.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that the 
leadership of the United States in semiconductor technology and 
innovation is critical to the economic growth and national 
security of the United States.
  (c) Subcommittee on Semiconductor Leadership.--
          (1) Establishment required.--The President shall 
        establish in the National Science and Technology 
        Council a subcommittee on matters relating to 
        leadership of the United States in semiconductor 
        technology and innovation.
          (2) Duties.--The duties of the subcommittee 
        established under paragraph (1) are as follows:
                  (A) National strategy on semiconductor 
                research.--
                          (i) Development.--In coordination 
                        with the Secretary of Defense, the 
                        Secretary of Energy, the Secretary of 
                        State, the Secretary of Commerce, the 
                        Secretary of Homeland Security, the 
                        Secretary of Labor, the Director of the 
                        National Science Foundation, and the 
                        Director of the National Institute of 
                        Standards and Technology and in 
                        consultation with the semiconductor 
                        industry and academia, develop a 
                        national strategy on semiconductor 
                        research, development, manufacturing, 
                        and supply chain security, including 
                        guidance for the funding of research, 
                        and strengthening of the domestic 
                        semiconductors workforce.
                          (ii) Reporting and updates.--Not less 
                        frequently than once every 5 years, to 
                        update the strategy developed under 
                        clause (i) and to submit the revised 
                        strategy to the appropriate committees 
                        of Congress.
                          (iii) Implementation.--In 
                        coordination with the Secretary of 
                        Defense, the Secretary of Energy, the 
                        Secretary of State, the Secretary of 
                        Commerce, the Secretary of Homeland 
                        Security, the Director of the National 
                        Science Foundation, and the Director of 
                        the National Institute of Standards and 
                        Technology, on an annual basis 
                        coordinate and recommend each agency's 
                        semiconductor related research and 
                        development programs and budgets to 
                        ensure consistency with the National 
                        Semiconductor Strategy.
                  (B) Fostering coordination of research and 
                development.--To foster the coordination of 
                semiconductor research and development.
          (3) Sunset.--The subcommittee established under 
        paragraph (1) shall terminate on the date that is 10 
        years after the date of enactment of this Act.
  (d) Industrial Advisory Committee.--The President shall 
establish a standing subcommittee of the President's Council of 
Advisors on Science and Technology to advise the United States 
Government on matters relating to semiconductors policy.
  (e) National Semiconductor Technology Center.--
          (1) Establishment.--The Secretary of Commerce shall 
        establish a national semiconductor technology center to 
        conduct research and prototyping of advanced 
        semiconductor technology to strengthen the economic 
        competitiveness and security of the domestic supply 
        chain, which will be operated as a public private-
        sector consortium with participation from the private 
        sector, the Department of Defense, the Department of 
        Energy, the Department of Homeland Security, the 
        National Science Foundation, and the National Institute 
        of Standards and Technology.
          (2) Functions.--The functions of the center 
        established under paragraph (1) shall be as follows:
                  (A) To conduct advanced semiconductor 
                manufacturing, design research, and prototyping 
                that strengthens the entire domestic ecosystem 
                and is aligned with the National Strategy on 
                Semiconductor Research.
                  (B) To establish a National Advanced 
                Packaging Manufacturing Program led by the 
                National Institute of Standards and Technology, 
                in coordination with the Center, to strengthen 
                semiconductor advanced test, assembly, and 
                packaging capability in the domestic ecosystem, 
                and which shall coordinate with the 
                Manufacturing USA institute established under 
                paragraph (4).
                  (C) To establish an investment fund, in 
                partnership with the private sector, to support 
                startups in the domestic semiconductor 
                ecosystem.
                  (D) To establish a Semiconductor 
                Manufacturing Program through the Director of 
                the National Institute of Standards and 
                Technology to enable advances and breakthroughs 
                in measurement science, standards, material 
                characterization, instrumentation, testing, and 
                manufacturing capabilities that will accelerate 
                the underlying research and development for 
                metrology of next generation semiconductors and 
                ensure the competitiveness and leadership of 
                the United States within this sector.
                  (E) To work with the Secretary of Labor, the 
                private sector, educational institutions, and 
                workforce training entities to develop 
                workforce training programs and apprenticeships 
                in advanced semiconductor packaging 
                capabilities.
          (3) Components.--The fund established under paragraph 
        (2)(C) shall cover the following:
                  (A) Advanced metrology and characterization 
                for manufacturing of microchips using 3 
                nanometer transistor processes or more advanced 
                processes.
                  (B) Metrology for security and supply chain 
                verification.
          (4) Creation of a manufacturing usa institute.--The 
        fund established under paragraph (2)(C) may also cover 
        the creation of a Manufacturing USA institute described 
        in section 34(d) of the National Institute of Standards 
        and Technology Act (15 U.S.C. 278s(d)) that is focused 
        on semiconductor manufacturing. Such institute may 
        emphasize the following:
                  (A) Research to support the virtualization 
                and automation of maintenance of semiconductor 
                machinery.
                  (B) Development of new advanced test, 
                assembly and packaging capabilities.
                  (C) Developing and deploying educational and 
                skills training curricula needed to support the 
                industry sector and ensure the United States 
                can build and maintain a trusted and 
                predictable talent pipeline.
  (f) Authorizations of Appropriations.--
          (1) National semiconductor technology center.--
                  (A) In general.--There is authorized to be 
                appropriated to carry out subsection (e), 
                $914,000,000 for fiscal year 2021--
                          (i) of which, $300,000,000 shall be 
                        available to carry out subsection 
                        (e)(2)(A);
                          (ii) of which, $500,000,000 shall be 
                        available to carry out subsection 
                        (e)(2)(B);
                          (iii) of which, $50,000,000 shall be 
                        available to carry out subsection 
                        (e)(2)(C);
                          (iv) of which, $50,000,000 shall be 
                        available to carry out subsection 
                        (e)(2)(D)--
                                  (I) of which, $2,000,000 
                                shall be available for each of 
                                fiscal year 2021 to carry out 
                                subsection (e)(3)(A);
                                  (II) of which, $2,000,000 
                                shall be available for fiscal 
                                years 2021 o carry out 
                                subsection (e)(3)(B); and
                                  (III) of which, $5,000,000 
                                shall be available for fiscal 
                                year 2021 to carry out 
                                subsection (e)(4); and
                          (v) of which, $14,000,000 shall be 
                        available to carry out subsection 
                        (e)(2)(E).
          (3) Semiconductor research at national science 
        foundation.--There is authorized to be appropriated to 
        carry out programs at the National Science Foundation 
        on semiconductor research in alignment with the 
        National Strategy on Semiconductor Research, 
        $300,000,000 for fiscal year 2021.
          (5) Semiconductors research at the national institute 
        of standards and technology.--There is authorized to be 
        appropriated to carry out semiconductors research at 
        the National Institute of Standards and Technology 
        $50,000,000 for fiscal year 2021.
  (g) Supplement, Not Supplant.--The amounts authorized to be 
appropriated under paragraphs (1) through (4) of subsection (f) 
shall supplement and not supplant amounts already appropriated 
to carry out the purposes described in such paragraphs.
  (h) Domestic Production Requirements.--The head of any 
executive agency receiving funding under this section shall 
develop policies to require domestic production, to the extent 
possible, for any intellectual property resulting from 
semiconductors research and development conducted as a result 
of these funds and domestic control requirements to protect any 
such intellectual property from foreign adversaries.

SEC. 17_. PROHIBITION RELATING TO FOREIGN ENTITIES OF CONCERN.

  (a) Definition.--
          (1) In this subtitle, the term ``foreign entity'' 
        means--
                  (A) any person--
                          (i) controlled by, or is subject to 
                        the jurisdiction or direction of a 
                        foreign government;
                          (ii) who acts as an agent, 
                        representative, is an employee of, or 
                        acts in any other capacity at the 
                        order, request, or under the direction 
                        or control, of a foreign government;
                          (iii) whose activities are directly 
                        or indirectly supervised, directed, 
                        controlled, financed, or subsidized in 
                        whole or in majority part by an 
                        interest as described in subparagraph 
                        (B) of this subsection;
                          (iv) who directly or indirectly 
                        through any contract, arrangement, 
                        understanding, relationship, or 
                        otherwise, owns 25 percent or more of 
                        the equity interests of an interest as 
                        described in subparagraph (B) of this 
                        subsection, or has significant 
                        responsibility to control, manage, or 
                        such an interest;
                          (v) who is a citizen or resident, 
                        wherever located, of a nation-state 
                        controlled by a foreign government; or
                  (B) Any organization, corporation, 
                partnership or association--
                          (i) organized under the laws of a 
                        nation-state controlled by a foreign 
                        government; or
                          (ii) wherever organized or doing 
                        business, that is owned or controlled 
                        by a foreign government.
          (2) In this subtitle, the term ``foreign entity of 
        concern'' means any foreign entity (as defined by 
        paragraph (1) of this section)--
                  (A) designated as a foreign terrorist 
                organization by the Secretary of State under 
                section 1189 of title 8;
                  (B) included on the list of specially 
                designated nationals and blocked persons 
                maintained by the Office of Foreign Assets 
                Control of the Department of the Treasury; or
                  (C) alleged by the Attorney General to have 
                been involved in activities for which a 
                conviction was obtained under any of the 
                following statutes:
                          (i) Espionage Act (18 U.S.C. 792 et 
                        seq.).
                          (ii) Section 951 or 1030 of title 18.
                          (iii) Economic Espionage Act (18 
                        U.S.C. 1831 et seq.).
                          (iv) Arms Export Control Act (22 
                        U.S.C. 2778).
                          (v) Section 2274, 2275, 2276, 2277, 
                        2278, or 2284 of title 42.
                          (vi) Export Control Reform Act (50 
                        U.S.C. 4801 et seq.); or
                          (vii) International Economic 
                        Emergency Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et 
                        seq.).
  (b) Limitation.--None of the funds appropriated pursuant to 
an authorization in this subtitle may be provided to a grantee 
that is determined to be a foreign entity of concern (as 
defined by this subtitle).
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25. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lieu of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle G of title XII the following:

SEC. 12__. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE OFFICE OF SUBNATIONAL DIPLOMACY.

  Section 1 of the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 
1956 (22 U.S.C. 2651a) is amended by adding at the end the 
following new subsection:
  ``(h) Office of Subnational Diplomacy.--
          ``(1) In general.--There shall be established within 
        the Department of State an Office of Subnational 
        Diplomacy (in this subsection referred to as the 
        `Office').
          ``(2) Head of office.--The head of the Office shall 
        be a full-time position filled by a senior Department 
        official. The head of the Office shall report directly 
        to the Under Secretary for Political Affairs.
          ``(3) Duties.--
                  ``(A) Principal duty.--The principal duty of 
                the head of the Office shall be the overall 
                supervision (including policy oversight of 
                resources) of Federal support for subnational 
                engagements by State and municipal governments 
                with foreign governments. The head of the 
                Office shall be the principal adviser to the 
                Secretary of State on subnational engagements 
                and the principal official on such matters 
                within the senior management of the Department 
                of State.
                  ``(B) Additional duties.--The additional 
                duties of the head of the Office shall include 
                the following:
                          ``(i) Coordinating overall United 
                        States policy and programs in support 
                        of subnational engagements by State and 
                        municipal governments with foreign 
                        governments, including with respect to 
                        the following:
                                  ``(I) Coordinating resources 
                                across the Department of State 
                                and throughout the Federal 
                                Government in support of such 
                                engagements.
                                  ``(II) Identifying policy, 
                                program, and funding disputes 
                                among relevant Federal agencies 
                                regarding such coordination.
                                  ``(III) Identifying gaps in 
                                Federal support for such 
                                engagements and developing 
                                corresponding policy or 
                                programmatic changes to address 
                                such gaps.
                          ``(ii) Promoting United States 
                        foreign policy goals through support 
                        for subnational engagements and 
                        aligning subnational priorities with 
                        national foreign policy goals, as 
                        appropriate.
                          ``(iii) Maintaining a public database 
                        of subnational engagements.
                          ``(iv) Providing advisory support to 
                        subnational engagements, including by 
                        assisting State and municipal 
                        governments to--
                                  ``(I) develop, implement, 
                                and, as necessary, adjust 
                                global engagement and public 
                                diplomacy strategies; and
                                  ``(II) implement programs to 
                                cooperate with foreign 
                                governments on policy 
                                priorities or managing shared 
                                resources.
                          ``(v) Facilitating linkages and 
                        networks between State and municipal 
                        governments and their foreign 
                        counterparts.
                          ``(vi) Overseeing the work of 
                        Department of State detailees assigned 
                        to State and municipal governments 
                        pursuant to this subsection.
                          ``(vii) Negotiating agreements and 
                        memoranda of understanding with foreign 
                        governments to support subnational 
                        engagements and priorities.
                          ``(viii) Promoting United States 
                        trade and foreign exports on behalf of 
                        United States businesses through 
                        exchanges between the United States and 
                        foreign state, municipal, and 
                        provincial governments, and by 
                        establishing a more enduring 
                        relationship overall between 
                        subnational governments.
                          ``(ix) Coordinating subnational 
                        engagements with the associations of 
                        subnational elected leaders, including 
                        the U.S. Conference of Mayors, National 
                        Governors Association, National League 
                        of Cities, National Association of 
                        Counties, Council of State Governments, 
                        National Conference of State 
                        Legislators, and State International 
                        Development Offices.
          ``(4) Detailees.--
                  ``(A) In general.--The Secretary of State, 
                acting through the head of the Office, is 
                authorized to detail a member of the civil 
                service or Foreign Service to State and 
                municipal governments on a reimbursable or 
                nonreimbursable basis. Such details shall be 
                for a period not to exceed two years, and shall 
                be without interruption or loss of Foreign 
                Service status or privilege.
                  ``(B) Responsibilities.--Detailees under 
                subparagraph (A) shall carry out the following:
                          ``(i) Supporting the mission and 
                        objectives of the Office.
                          ``(ii) Coordinating activities 
                        relating to State and municipal 
                        government subnational engagements with 
                        the Department of State, including the 
                        Office, Department leadership, and 
                        regional and functional bureaus of the 
                        Department, as appropriate.
                          ``(iii) Engaging the Department of 
                        State and other Federal agencies 
                        regarding security, public health, 
                        trade promotion, and other programs 
                        executed at the State or municipal 
                        government level.
                          ``(iv) Advising State and municipal 
                        government officials regarding 
                        questions of global affairs, foreign 
                        policy, cooperative agreements, and 
                        public diplomacy.
                          ``(v) Any other duties requested by 
                        State and municipal governments and 
                        approved by the Office.
          ``(5) Report and briefing.--
                  ``(A) Report.--Not later than one year after 
                the date of the enactment of this subsection, 
                the head of the Office shall submit to the 
                Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of 
                Representatives and the Committee on Foreign 
                Relations of the Senate a report that includes 
                information relating to the following:
                          ``(i) The staffing plan (including 
                        permanent and temporary staff) for the 
                        Office.
                          ``(ii) The funding level provided to 
                        the Office for the Office, together 
                        with a justification relating to such 
                        level.
                          ``(iii) The status of filling the 
                        position of head of the Office.
                          ``(iv) The rank and title granted to 
                        the head of the Office, together with a 
                        justification relating to such decision 
                        and an analysis of whether the rank and 
                        title of Ambassador-at-Large is 
                        required to fulfill the duties of the 
                        Office.
                          ``(v) A strategic plan for the 
                        Office.
                          ``(vi) Any other matters as 
                        determined relevant by the head of the 
                        Office.
                  ``(B) Briefings.--Not later than 30 days 
                after the submission of the report required 
                under subparagraph (A) and annually thereafter, 
                the head of the Office shall brief the 
                Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of 
                Representatives and the Committee on Foreign 
                Relations of the Senate on the work of the 
                Office and any changes made to the 
                organizational structure or funding of the 
                Office.
          ``(6) Rule of construction.--Nothing in this 
        subsection may be construed as precluding--
                  ``(A) the Office from being elevated to a 
                bureau within the Department of State; or
                  ``(B) the head of the Office from being 
                elevated to an Assistant Secretary, if such an 
                Assistant Secretary position does not increase 
                the number of Assistant Secretary positions at 
                the Department above the number authorized 
                under subsection (c)(1).
          ``(7) Definitions.--In this subsection:
                  ``(A) Municipal.--The term `municipal' means, 
                with respect to the government of a 
                municipality in the United States, a 
                municipality with a population of not fewer 
                than 100,000 people.
                  ``(B) State.--The term `State' means the 50 
                States, the District of Columbia, and any 
                territory or possession of the United States.
                  ``(C) Subnational engagement.--The term 
                `subnational engagement' means formal meetings 
                or events between elected officials of State or 
                municipal governments and their foreign 
                counterparts.''.
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26. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Young of Alaska or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title V, insert the following:

SEC. 5__. REQUIREMENT OF CERTAIN CERTIFICATION BEFORE DEPORTATION OF A 
                    SPOUSE OF A MEMBER OF THE ARMED FORCES.

  (a) In General.--A spouse of a member of the Armed Forces may 
not be removed from the United States until the Secretary 
concerned certifies to the congressional defense committees 
that--
          (1) the Secretary concerned has determined that such 
        removal shall not negatively affect the morale, 
        welfare, or well-being of that member;
          (2) the Secretary concerned has reviewed all 
        information, including extenuating circumstances, 
        relating to such removal; and
          (3) the Secretary concerned has assisted the member 
        and spouse to the greatest extent practicable.
  (b) Secretary Concerned Defined.--In this section, the term 
``Secretary concerned'' has the meaning given that term in 
section 101 of title 10, United States Code.
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27. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Richmond of Louisiana 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle C of title XVI the following:

SEC. 16__. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CYBER INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES.

  (a) In General.--Not later than one year after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary, acting through the 
Director, and in consultation with Sector Risk Management 
Agencies and other appropriate Federal departments, shall, 
after notice and an opportunity for comment, establish 
requirements and a process for covered critical infrastructure 
entities to report a covered cybersecurity incident to the 
national cybersecurity and communications integration center of 
the Department of Homeland Security, in furtherance of its 
mission with respect to cybersecurity risks as set forth in 
section 2209.
  (b) Procedures.--The cybersecurity incident reporting 
requirements and process described in subsection (a) shall, at 
a minimum, include--
          (1) a definition of covered critical infrastructure 
        entities that are required to comply with the reporting 
        requirements of this section, based on threshold 
        criteria related to--
                  (A) the likelihood that such entity may be 
                targeted by a malicious cyber actor, including 
                a foreign country;
                  (B) consequences that disruption to or 
                compromise of such entity could cause to 
                national security, economic security, or public 
                health and safety; and
                  (C) maturity of security operations in 
                detecting, investigating, and mitigating a 
                cybersecurity incident;
          (2) criteria for the types and thresholds for a 
        covered cybersecurity incident to be reported under 
        this section, including the sophistication or novelty 
        of the cyber attack, the type, volume, and sensitivity 
        of the data at issue, and the number of individuals 
        affected or potentially affected by a cybersecurity 
        incident, subject to the limitations described in 
        subsection (c); and
          (3) procedures to comply with reporting requirements 
        pursuant to subsection (c).
  (c) Cybersecurity Incident Reporting Requirements for Covered 
Critical Infrastructure Entities.--
          (1) In general.--A covered critical infrastructure 
        entity, as defined by the Director pursuant to 
        subsection (b),meets the requirements of this paragraph 
        if, upon becoming aware that a covered cybersecurity 
        incident, including an incident involving ransomware, 
        social engineering, malware, or unauthorized access, 
        has occurred involving any critical infrastructure 
        system or subsystem of the critical infrastructure, the 
        entity--
                  (A) promptly reports such incident to the 
                national cybersecurity and communications 
                integration center, consistent with such 
                requirements and process, as soon as 
                practicable (but in no case later than 72 hours 
                after the entity first becomes aware that the 
                incident occurred); and
                  (B) provides all appropriate updates to any 
                report submitted under subparagraph (A).
          (2) Contents of report.--Each report submitted under 
        subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) shall contain such 
        information as the Director prescribes in the reporting 
        procedures issued under subsection (a), including the 
        following information with respect to any cybersecurity 
        incident covered by the report:
                  (A) The date, time, and time zone when the 
                cybersecurity incident began, if known.
                  (B) The date, time, and time zone when the 
                cybersecurity incident was detected.
                  (C) The date, time, and duration of the 
                cybersecurity incident.
                  (D) The circumstances of the cybersecurity 
                incident, including the specific critical 
                infrastructure systems or subsystems believed 
                to have been accessed and information acquired, 
                if any, as well as any interdependent systems 
                that suffered damage, disruption, or were 
                otherwise impacted by the incident.
                  (E) Any planned and implemented technical 
                measures to respond to and recover from the 
                incident.
                  (F) In the case of any report which is an 
                update to a prior report, any additional 
                material information relating to the incident, 
                including technical data, as it becomes 
                available.
  (d) Effect of Other Reporting.--A covered critical 
infrastructure entity shall not be considered to have satisfied 
the reporting requirements set forth in subsection (c)(1) by 
reporting information required pursuant to subsection (c)(2) 
related to a covered cybersecurity incident to any person, 
agency or organization, including a law enforcement agency, 
other than to the Director using the incident reporting 
procedures establish by the national cybersecurity and 
communications integration center using the incident reporting 
procedures established by the Director pursuant to subsection 
(a).
    (e) Disclosure, Retention, And Use.--
          (1) Authorized activities.--Covered cybersecurity 
        incidents and related reporting information provided to 
        the Director pursuant to this section may not be 
        disclosed to, retained by, or? used by, consistent with 
        otherwise applicable provisions of Federal law, any 
        Federal agency or department, or any component, 
        officer, employee, or agent of the Federal Government, 
        except if the Director determines such disclosure, 
        retention, or use is necessary for--
                  (A) the purpose of identifying--
                          (i) a cybersecurity threat as such 
                        term is defined insection 102(5) of the 
                        Cybersecurity Act of 2015 (contained in 
                        division N of the Consolidated 
                        Appropriations Act, 2016 (Public Law 
                        114-113; 6 U.S.C. 1501)), including the 
                        source of such cybersecurity threat; or
                          (ii) a security vulnerability;
                  (B) the purpose of responding to, or 
                otherwise preventing or mitigating, a specific 
                threat of death, serious bodily harm, or 
                serious economic harm, including a terrorist 
                act or a use of a weapon of mass destruction;
                  (C) the purpose of responding to, 
                investigating, prosecuting, or otherwise 
                preventing or mitigating, a serious threat to a 
                minor, including sexual exploitation and 
                threats to physical safety; or
                  (D) the purpose of preventing, investigating, 
                disrupting, or prosecuting an offense arising 
                out of a threat described in subparagraphs (B)-
                (C) (3) or any of the offenses listed in--
                          (i) sections 1028 through 1030 of 
                        title 18, United States Code (relating 
                        to fraud and identity theft);
                          (ii) chapter 37 of such title 
                        (relating to espionage and censorship); 
                        and
                          (iii) chapter 90 of such title 
                        (relating to protection of trade 
                        secrets).
          (2) Exception.--The Director may enter into an 
        agreement with a federally funded research and 
        development center or other research institution to 
        provide information in an anonymized manner for the 
        purpose of aggregating and analyzing cybersecurity 
        incident data and other reported information for the 
        limited purpose of better understanding the cyber 
        threat landscape, subject to appropriate protections 
        for information and removal of any unnecessary personal 
        or identifying information.
          (3) Privacy and civil liberties.--Covered 
        cybersecurity incidents and related reporting 
        information provided to the Director pursuant to this 
        section shall be retained, used, and disseminated, 
        where permissible and appropriate, by the Federal 
        Government--
                  (A) in a manner that protects from 
                unauthorized use or disclosure any information 
                reported under this section that may contain--
                          (i) personal information of a 
                        specific individual; or
                          (ii) information that identifies a 
                        specific individual; and
                  (B) in a manner that protects the 
                confidentiality of information reported under 
                this section containing--
                          (i) personal information of a 
                        specific individual; or
                          (ii) information that identifies a 
                        specific individual.
          (4) Federal regulatory authority.--Information 
        regarding a covered cybersecurity incident and related 
        reporting information provided to the Director pursuant 
        to this section may not be used by any Federal, State, 
        Tribal, or local government to regulate, including 
        through an enforcement action, the lawful activities of 
        any non-Federal entity.
  (f) Limitation.--The Director may not set criteria or develop 
procedures pursuant to this Act that require a covered critical 
infrastructure entity, identified pursuant to subsection 
(b)(1), to report on any cybersecurity incident unless such 
incident--
          (1) causes a loss in the confidentiality, integrity, 
        or availability of proprietary, sensitive, or personal 
        information;
          (2) results in a disruption or otherwise inhibits the 
        ability of an entity to deliver services or conduct its 
        primary business activity; or
          (3) was carried out by a foreign country, or where 
        there is reason to believe a foreign country was 
        involved in such incident.
  (g) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Covered critical infrastructure entity.--The term 
        ``covered critical infrastructure entity'' is an entity 
        thatowns, operates, supports, or maintains critical 
        infrastructure which meets the definition set forth by 
        the Director pursuant to subsection (b)(1).
          (2) Covered cybersecurity incident.--The term 
        ``covered cybersecurity incident'' means a 
        cybersecurity incident experienced by a covered 
        critical infrastructure entity that meets the 
        definition and criteria set forth by the Director in 
        the procedures prescribed pursuant to subsection 
        (b)(2), subject to the limitations in subsection (f). ) 
        that involve, at a minimum, an incident that--
          (3) Critical infrastructure.--The term ``critical 
        infrastructure'' has the meaning given that term in 
        section 2(4) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 
        (Public Law 107-196; 6 U.S.C. 101(4)).
          (4) Cybersecurity risk.--The term ``cybersecurity 
        risk'' has the meaning given that term in section 2209 
        of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 659).
          (5) Department.--The term ``Department'' means the 
        Department of Homeland Security.
          (6) Director.--The term ``Director'' means the 
        Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure 
        Security Agency of the Department.
          (7) National cybersecurity and communications 
        integration center.--The term ``national cybersecurity 
        and communications integration center'' or ``Center'' 
        means the national cybersecurity and communications 
        integration center described in section 2209 of the 
        Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 659).
          (8) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Homeland Security.
          (9) Sector specific agency.--The term ``Sector 
        Specific Agency'' has the meaning given that term in 
        section 2201(5) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 
        U.S.C. 651(5)).
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      28. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Keating of 
        Massachusetts or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle B of title XII, add the following:

SEC. 12__. MODIFICATIONS TO IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE UNDER JUDICIAL 
                    PROCESS OF CULTURAL OBJECTS.

  (a) In General.--The Act of October 19, 1965, entitled ``An 
Act to render immune from seizure under judicial process 
certain objects of cultural significance imported into the 
United States for temporary display or exhibition, and for 
other purposes'' (79 Stat. 985, 22 U.S.C. 2459) is amended--
          (1) in the heading, by striking ``temporary 
        exhibition or display'' and inserting ``temporary 
        storage, conservation, scientific research, exhibition, 
        or display'';
          (2) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by striking ``the temporary exhibition or 
                display thereof'' each place it appears and 
                inserting ``temporary storage, conservation, 
                scientific research, exhibition, or display''; 
                and
                  (B) by striking ``cultural or educational'' 
                each place it appears and inserting ``cultural, 
                educational, or religious''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(d) For purposes of this section, the terms `imported' and 
`importation' include a transfer from a mission of a foreign 
country located within the United States to a cultural, 
educational, or religious institution located within the United 
States.''.
  (b) Afghanistan.--
          (1) In general.--A work of art or other object of 
        cultural significance that is imported into the United 
        States for temporary storage, conservation, scientific 
        research, exhibition, or display shall be deemed to be 
        immune from seizure under such Act of October 19, 1965 
        (22 U.S.C. 2459) (as amended by subsection (a)), and 
        the provisions of such Act shall apply in the same 
        manner and to the same extent to such work or object, 
        if--
                  (A) the work or object is exported from 
                Afghanistan with an export permit or license 
                duly issued by the Government of Afghanistan; 
                and
                  (B)(i) an agreement is entered into between 
                the Government of Afghanistan and the cultural, 
                educational, or religious institution within 
                the United States that specifies the conditions 
                for such material to be returned to 
                Afghanistan; or
                  (ii) the work or object is transferred to a 
                cultural, educational, or religious institution 
                in the United States in accordance with an 
                agreement described in clause (i) that also 
                includes an authorization to transfer such work 
                or object to such an institution.
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 29. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Takano of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle F of title V, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 5__. LIMITATION ON ELIGIBILITY OF FOR-PROFIT INSTITUTIONS TO 
                    PARTICIPATE IN EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OF 
                    THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.

  (a) In General.--Section 2006a of title 10, United States 
Code, is amended--
          (1) in subsection (b)--
                  (A) in paragraph (3), by striking ``and'' at 
                the end;
                  (B) in paragraph (4), by striking the period 
                at the end and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following new 
                paragraph:
          ``(5) in the case of program offered by a proprietary 
        institution of higher education, the institution 
        derives not less than ten percent of such institution's 
        revenues from sources other than Federal educational 
        assistance funds as required under subsection (c).''.
          (2) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection 
        (d);
          (3) by inserting after subsection (b) the following 
        new subsection:
  ``(c) Limitation on Participation of Proprietary 
Institutions.--The Secretary of Defense may not approve an 
educational program offered by a proprietary institution of 
higher education, and no educational assistance under a 
Department of Defense educational assistance program or 
authority covered by this section may be provided to such an 
institution, unless the institution derives not less than ten 
percent of such institution's revenues from sources other than 
Federal educational assistance funds.'';
          (4) in subsection (d), as so redesignated, by adding 
        at the end the following new paragraphs:
          ``(3) The term `Federal educational assistance funds' 
        means any Federal funds provided under this title, the 
        Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001 et seq.), 
        or any other Federal law, through a grant, contract, 
        subsidy, loan, guarantee, insurance, or other means to 
        a proprietary institution of higher education, 
        including Federal financial assistance that is 
        disbursed or delivered to an institution or on behalf 
        of a student or to a student to be used to attend the 
        institution, except that such term shall not include 
        any monthly housing stipend provided under the Post-9/
        11 Educational Assistance Program under chapter 33 of 
        title 38.
          ``(4) The term `proprietary institution of higher 
        education' has the meaning given that term in section 
        102(b) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
        1002(b)).''.
  (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by subsection (a) 
shall take effect 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act.
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    30. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Adams of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 648, after line 11, insert the following new paragraph:
          (7) shall establish and maintain a strategic plan for 
        diverse participation by institutions of higher 
        education (including historically black colleges and 
        universities and minority-serving institutions), 
        federally funded research and development centers, and 
        individuals in defense-related research, development, 
        testing, and evaluation activities;

  Page 648, line 12, strike ``(7)'' and insert ``(8)''.

  Page 648, line 15, strike ``(8)'' and insert ``(9)''.

  Page 648, line 18, strike ``(9)'' and insert ``(10)''.
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31. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Aguilar of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title V, insert the following new 
sections:

SEC. 5__. TEMPORARY EXPANSION OF AVAILABILITY OF ENHANCED CONSTRUCTIVE 
                    SERVICE CREDIT IN A PARTICULAR CAREER FIELD UPON 
                    ORIGINAL APPOINTMENT AS A COMMISSIONED OFFICER.

  (a) Regular Officers.--Subparagraph (D) of section 533(b)(1) 
of title 10, United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
          ``(D) Additional credit as follows:
                  ``(i) For special training or experience in a 
                particular officer field as designated by the 
                Secretary concerned, if such training or 
                experience is directly related to the 
                operational needs of the armed force concerned.
                  ``(ii) During fiscal years 2021 through 2025, 
                for advanced education in an officer field so 
                designated, if such education is directly 
                related to the operational needs of the armed 
                force concerned.''.
  (b) Reserve Officers.--Section 12207(b)(1) of such title is 
amended--
          (1) in the matter preceding subparagraph (A), ``or a 
        designation in'' and all that follows through 
        ``education or training,'' and inserting ``and who has 
        special training or experience, or advanced education 
        (if applicable),''; and
          (2) by striking subparagraph (D) and inserting the 
        following new subparagraph:
          ``(D) Additional credit as follows:
                  ``(i) For special training or experience in a 
                particular officer field as designated by the 
                Secretary concerned, if such training or 
                experience is directly related to the 
                operational needs of the armed force concerned.
                  ``(ii) During fiscal years 2021 through 2025, 
                for advanced education in an officer field so 
                designated, if such education is directly 
                related to the operational needs of the armed 
                force concerned.''.
  (c) Annual Report.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than February 1, 2022, and 
        every four years thereafter, each Secretary of a 
        military department shall submit to the Committees on 
        Armed Services of the Senate and the House of 
        Representatives a report on the use of the authorities 
        in subparagraph (D) of section 553(b)(1) of title 10, 
        United States Code (as amended by subsection (a)), and 
        subparagraph (D) of section 12207(b)(1) of such title 
        (as amended by subsection (b)) (each referred to in 
        this subsection as a ``constructive credit authority'') 
        during the preceding fiscal year for the Armed Forces 
        under the jurisdiction of such Secretary.
          (2) Elements.--Each report under paragraph (1) shall 
        include, for the fiscal year and Armed Forces covered 
        by such report, the following:
                  (A) The manner in which constructive service 
                credit was calculated under each constructive 
                credit authority.
                  (B) The number of officers credited 
                constructive service credit under each 
                constructive credit authority.
                  (C) A description and assessment of the 
                utility of the constructive credit authorities 
                in meeting the operational needs of the Armed 
                Force concerned.
                  (D) Such other matters in connection with the 
                constructive credit authorities as the 
                Secretary of the military department concerned 
                considers appropriate.

SEC. 5__. PERMANENT PROGRAMS ON DIRECT COMMISSIONS TO CYBER POSITIONS.

  Section 509 of the National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2017 (Public Law 114-328; 10 U.S.C. 503 note) is 
amended--
          (1) by striking ``pilot'' each place it appears; and
          (2) by striking subsections (d) and (e).
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32. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Aguilar of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 440, line 4, insert ``Each such report shall include an 
accounting and detailing of every incident of white supremacist 
activity documented in the Department of Defense.'' after the 
period.
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33. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Aguilar of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle F of title XVI, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 16__. LIMITATION ON AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS RELATING TO REPORTS ON 
                    MISSILE SYSTEMS AND ARMS CONTROL TREATIES.

  (a) Limitation.--
          (1) In general.--Beginning on October 1, 2020, if the 
        Secretary of Defense has not submitted the covered 
        reports, not more than 25 percent of the funds 
        specified in paragraph (2) may be obligated or expended 
        until the date on which the covered reports have been 
        submitted.
          (2) Funds specified.--The funds specified in this 
        paragraph are the funds authorized to be appropriated 
        by the William M. (Mac) Thornberry National Defense 
        Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 or otherwise 
        made available for fiscal year 2021 for the immediate 
        office of the Secretary of Defense.
  (b) Covered Reports Defined.--In this section, the term 
``covered reports'' means--
          (1) the report under section 1698(b) of the National 
        Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (Public 
        Law 116-92; 133 Stat. 1792); and
          (2) the assessment under section 1236(b) of the 
        National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 
        (Public Law 116-92; 133 Stat. 1650).
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34. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Allred of Texas or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle G of title XII, add the following:

SEC. _. REPORT AND STRATEGY TO ADDRESS GROSS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS 
                    AND CIVILIAN HARM IN BURKINA FASO, MALI, AND NIGER.

  (a) Report Required.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, and annually 
        thereafter for 3 years, the Secretary of Defense and 
        the Secretary of State shall jointly submit to the 
        appropriate congressional committees a report on gross 
        violations of human rights and civilian harm in Burkina 
        Faso, Mali, and Niger, as well as civilian harm that 
        may occur during United States-supported advise, 
        assist, and accompany operations in the Sahel region.
          (2) Matters to be included.--The report required by 
        this subsection shall include the following:
                  (A) An identification of all state security 
                force units of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger 
                that participated in United States security 
                cooperation programs or benefitted from 
                security assistance since fiscal year 2017, 
                whether any of these units were subsequently 
                credibly implicated in gross violations of 
                human rights, including extrajudicial killings 
                and torture, and the approximate locations, to 
                the extent possible, of where such violations 
                have taken place.
                  (B) A description of gross violations of 
                human rights and civilian harm committed by 
                violent extremist organizations and other armed 
                groups operating in Burkina Faso, Mali, and 
                Niger, including deaths of state security 
                forces and destruction of civilian 
                infrastructure, including schools, medical 
                facilities, and churches.
                  (C) An assessment of the relationship between 
                state security forces and any non-state armed 
                groups active in Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger, 
                including an analysis of the extent to which 
                any armed group that has been credibly 
                implicated in gross violations of human rights 
                or civilian casualties received material 
                support from the governments or militaries of 
                such countries.
                  (D) An assessment of efforts by the 
                Governments of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger to 
                prevent and decrease instances of gross 
                violations of human rights or civilian 
                casualties by state security forces during 
                counterterrorism operations and ensure 
                accountability for violations that have 
                occurred since fiscal year 2017 through 
                appropriate justice systems, including efforts 
                to investigate, prosecute, and sentence such 
                violations.
                  (E) An assessment of the impact that any 
                gross violations of human rights and other 
                civilian casualties perpetrated by state 
                security forces and non-state armed groups in 
                Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger have had on the 
                effectiveness of regional and international 
                counterterrorism operations.
                  (F) An assessment of the effectiveness of any 
                United States human rights training provided to 
                the security forces of Burkina Faso, Mali, and 
                Niger to date.
                  (G) A description of any confirmed incidents 
                or reports of civilian harm that may have 
                occurred during United States military advise, 
                assist, or accompany operations.
                  (H) Any other matters that the Secretary of 
                Defense and the Secretary of State consider to 
                be relevant.
  (b) Strategy Required.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the date 
        of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense 
        and the Secretary of State shall jointly submit to the 
        appropriate congressional committees a United States 
        strategy to prevent civilian harm and address gross 
        violations of human rights by state security forces of 
        Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger, and ensure 
        accountability for such violations.
          (2) Matters to be included.--The strategy required by 
        this subsection shall include the following:
                  (A) A description of planned public and 
                private diplomatic engagement to support 
                efforts by the Governments of Burkina Faso, 
                Mali, and Niger to investigate and prosecute 
                any credible allegations of gross violations of 
                human rights by state security forces and non-
                state armed groups.
                  (B) An identification of United States 
                foreign assistance and security cooperation 
                funds and other available United States policy 
                tools to support programs aimed at addressing 
                gross violations of human rights and civilian 
                harm, and an assessment of how they can be 
                strengthened to greater effect.
                  (C) An identification of United States 
                foreign assistance and security cooperation 
                funds available to support the state security 
                forces of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger to 
                combat violent extremist organizations, improve 
                civil-military relations, and strengthen 
                accountability through their military justice 
                systems, including support for building the 
                capacity of provost marshals.
                  (D) An identification of state security 
                forces of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger that 
                would most benefit from United States foreign 
                assistance and security cooperation funds 
                identified in subparagraph (C) and that are 
                eligible to receive such funds.
                  (E) A description of plans to coordinate 
                United States efforts with France, the European 
                Union, the United Nations Stabilization Mission 
                in Mali (MINUSMA), the African Union, and the 
                G5 Sahel Joint Force to decrease gross 
                violations of human rights and minimize 
                civilian harm during all counterterrorism 
                operations in the Sahel.
                  (F) Any other matters that the Secretary of 
                Defense and the Secretary of State consider to 
                be relevant.
  (c) Form.--The report required by subsection (a) and the 
strategy required by subsection (b) shall be submitted in 
unclassified form, but may include a classified annex.
  (d) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        ``appropriate congressional committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Armed Services and the 
                Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Armed Services and the 
                Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate.
          (2) Civilian harm.--In this section, the term 
        ``civilian harm'' means conflict-related death, 
        physical injury, loss of property or livelihood, or 
        interruption of access to essential services.
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 35. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Axne of Iowa or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle F of title V, insert the following:

SEC. 5__. PARTICIPATION OF MEMBERS OF THE RESERVE COMPONENTS OF THE 
                    ARMED FORCES IN THE SKILLBRIDGE PROGRAM.

  Section 1143(e)(2) of title 10, United States Code, is 
amended to read as follows:
  ``(2) A member of the armed forces is eligible for a program 
under this subsection if--
          ``(A) the member--
                  ``(i) has completed at least 180 days on 
                active duty in the armed forces; and
                  ``(ii) is expected to be discharged or 
                released from active duty in the armed forces 
                within 180 days of the date of commencement of 
                participation in such a program; or
          ``(B) the member is a member of a reserve 
        component.''.
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 36. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bacon of Nebraska or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle G of title XII, add the following:

SEC. _ ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS OF UNITED STATES POLICIES RELATING 
                    TO EXPORTS OF UNITED STATES-ORIGIN UNMANNED AERIAL 
                    SYSTEMS THAT ARE ASSESSED TO BE ``CATEGORY I'' 
                    ITEMS UNDER THE MISSILE TECHNOLOGY CONTROL REGIME.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, and annually thereafter through 
December 31, 2025, the Secretary of State, in consultation with 
the Secretary of Defense, shall conduct and submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees an assessment of the 
effectiveness of United States policies to--
          (1) export United States-origin Unmanned Aerial 
        Systems (UAS) that are assessed to be ``Category I'' 
        items under the Missile Technology Control Regime 
        (MTCR) (in this section referred to as ``covered 
        items''); and
          (2) support United States allies and partners' 
        security, counter-terrorism capabilities, persistent 
        intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) 
        capabilities, and persistent maritime domain awareness 
        and strengthen bilateral relationships through exports 
        of covered items.
  (b) Matters to Be Included.--The assessment required by 
subsection (a) shall include the following:
          (1) A description of steps taken to enhance United 
        States competitiveness in the global UAS market, 
        including markets in which covered items have been 
        exported to foreign countries that previously received 
        UAS that are assessed to be ``Category I'' items under 
        the MTCR from third countries.
          (2) A description of how the Department of State and 
        other relevant Federal agencies evaluate United States 
        allies and partners' access to covered items.
          (3) A description of progress to prevent state and 
        non-state actors from gaining covered items' 
        capabilities that would undermine the safety and 
        security of United States allies and partners.
          (4) An identification of the total number of licenses 
        requested, approved, returned without action, or denied 
        for the export of covered items and the typical amount 
        of time needed to process such requests beginning on 
        the date on which the license was received by the 
        Department of State.
          [(5) A summary of results of end use checks conducted 
        during the assessment period by the Department of State 
        and the Department of Defense with respect to covered 
        items transferred under the Arms Export Control Act (22 
        U.S.C. 2751 et. seq.) and any pending or concluded 
        investigations into end-use violations of covered items 
        pursuant to section 3 of the Arms Export Control Act 
        (22 U.S.C. 2753).]
  (c) Periods Covered by Assessments.--The first assessment 
required by subsection (a) shall cover the 3-year period ending 
on the date of the enactment of this Act. Each subsequent 
assessment required by subsection (a) shall cover the one-year 
period beginning on the day after the end of the period covered 
in the preceding assessment.
  (d) Form.--The assessment required by subsection (a) shall be 
submitted in unclassified form but may include a classified 
annex.
  (e) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee 
        on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives; and
          (2) the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee 
        on Foreign Relations of the Senate.
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 37. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Barr of Kentucky or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title VII, add the following new section:

SEC. 7__. PILOT PROGRAM ON SLEEP APNEA AMONG NEW RECRUITS.

  (a) Pilot Program.--The Secretary of Defense, acting through 
the Defense Health Agency, shall carry out a pilot program to 
determine the prevalence of sleep apnea among members of the 
Armed Forces assigned to initial training.
  (b) Participation.--
          (1) Members.--The Secretary shall ensure that the 
        number of members who participate in the pilot program 
        under subsection (a) is sufficient to collect 
        statistically significant data for each military 
        department.
          (2) Special rule.--The Secretary may not disqualify a 
        member from service in the Armed Forces by reason of 
        the member being diagnosed with sleep apnea pursuant to 
        the pilot program under subsection (a).
  (c) Process.--The Secretary shall carry out the pilot program 
by testing members for sleep apnea using non-invasive methods 
over the course of two consecutive nights that allow for six to 
eight hours of sleep.
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38. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bera of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title XIII, add the following new section:

SEC. 13__. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING BIOLOGICAL THREAT REDUCTION AND 
                    COOPERATIVE BIOLOGICAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE 
                    COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION PROGRAM.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) keeping Americans safe means ensuring that global 
        health security is prioritized as a national security 
        issue;
          (2) as highlighted by the 2017 National Security 
        Strategy of the United States, biological threats, 
        whether ``deliberate attack, accident, or a natural 
        outbreak'', are growing threats and ``require actions 
        to address them at their source'' through programs 
        carried out by cooperative engagement, such as working 
        ``with partners to ensure that laboratories that handle 
        dangerous pathogens have in place safety and security 
        measures'';
          (3) the 2017 National Security Strategy of the United 
        States appropriately affirms the importance of 
        supporting advancements in biomedical innovation while 
        mitigating harm caused by advanced bioweapons and 
        capabilities;
          (4) the intrinsically linked nature of biological 
        threats, whether naturally occurring, accidental, or 
        deliberate, underscores the relationship between the 
        Global Health Security Strategy of the United States 
        and the National Biodefense Strategy, and the national 
        security tools used to prevent and mitigate these 
        threats must be similarly connected;
          (5) biological threats are a critical emerging threat 
        against the United States and addressing these threats 
        through cooperative programs is an opportunity to 
        achieve long-standing nonproliferation goals;
          (6) cooperative programs to address biological 
        threats through improved global capacity in the areas 
        of biosafety, biosecurity, bio-surveillance, research 
        oversight, and related legislative and regulatory 
        frameworks have become even more important as the world 
        faces increasing availability of and advancements in 
        biotechnology, which has broad dual-use and 
        proliferation implications;
          (7) under the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program of 
        the Department of Defense established under the 
        Department of Defense Cooperative Threat Reduction Act 
        (50 U.S.C. 3701 et seq.), Congress authorized the 
        Secretary of Defense to address such threats through 
        activities to prevent, detect, and report on highly 
        pathogenic diseases or other diseases, ``regardless of 
        whether such diseases are caused by biological 
        weapons'';
          (8) in 2014, President Obama declared the Ebola virus 
        disease epidemic a national security priority and 
        exercised the authority under such Program to build 
        capacity that mitigated the imminent threat posed by 
        the Ebola virus disease and established capabilities 
        required to prevent future outbreaks;
          (9) many of the prevention, detection, and response 
        capacities built in response to the Ebola virus disease 
        epidemic are also those used to prevent, detect, and 
        respond to the use of biological weapons abroad;
          (10) continuing to use cooperative engagement 
        programs is in the national security interests of the 
        United States because of the important relationships 
        established between the United States and partner 
        countries, which are based on ideals such as 
        transparency, information sharing, and a shared 
        responsibility in advancing global security;
          (11) the recent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) 
        global pandemic has illustrated the dire consequences 
        resulting from a single disease that knows no 
        boundaries, impacting the United States economy and the 
        health of United States citizens and members of the 
        Armed Forces, both domestically and abroad;
          (12) in light of the impacts caused by COVID-19, and 
        following two congressionally mandated reports that 
        call for better implementation of the biological 
        cooperative engagement programs of the United States 
        and the National Biodefense Strategy (the report 
        published by the Government Accountability Office on 
        March 11, 2020, titled ``National Biodefense Strategy: 
        Opportunities and Challenges with Early 
        Implementation'' and the report published by the 
        National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and 
        Medicine on April 14, 2020, titled ``A Strategic Vision 
        for Biological Threat Reduction: The U.S. Department of 
        Defense and Beyond''), it is of utmost importance that 
        such programs are given due and increased 
        prioritization for national security purposes; and
          (13) the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of 
        State should make every effort to prioritize and 
        advance the determination, concurrence, and 
        notification processes under the Department of Defense 
        Cooperative Threat Reduction Act (50 U.S.C. 3701 et 
        seq.) to provide for necessary new country 
        determinations in a timely manner and be responsive to 
        emerging biological threats.
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39. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bera of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle J of title V add the following:

SEC. __. STUDY ON FINANCIAL IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON MEMBERS OF THE ARMED 
                    FORCES AND BEST PRACTICES TO PREVENT FUTURE 
                    FINANCIAL HARDSHIPS.

  (a) Study.--The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a study on 
the financial hardships experienced by members of the Armed 
Forces (including the reserve components) as a result of the 
COVID-19 pandemic.
  (b) Elements.--The study shall--
          (1) examine the financial hardships members of the 
        Armed Forces experience as a result of the COVID-19 
        pandemic, including the effects of stop movement 
        orders, loss of spousal income, loss of hazardous duty 
        incentive pay, school closures, loss of childcare, loss 
        of educational benefits, loss of drill and exercise 
        pay, cancelled deployments, and any additional 
        financial stressors identified by the Secretary;
          (2) recommend best practices to provide assistance 
        for members of the Armed Forces experiencing the 
        financial hardships listed in paragraph (1); and
          (3) identify actions that can be taken by the 
        Secretary to prevent financial hardships listed in 
        paragraph (1) from occurring in the future.
  (c) Consultation and Coordination.--For the purposes of the 
study, the Secretary shall--
          (1) consult with the Director of the Consumer 
        Financial Protection Bureau; and
          (2) with respect to members of the Coast Guard, 
        coordinate with the Secretary of Homeland Security.
  (d) Submission.--Not later than 120 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees a report on the study 
under subsection (a).
  (e) Definitions.--In this section--
          (1) the term ``financial hardship'' means a loss of 
        income or an unforeseen expense as a result of closures 
        and changes in operations in response to the COVID-19 
        pandemic; and
          (2) the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
        means the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate 
        and House of Representatives.
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40. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bera of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title VII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. ___. ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP STAFFING AT MEDICAL TREATMENT 
                    FACILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.

  (a) Development of Recommendations.--Not later than 90 days 
after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
Defense, in consultation with the Centers for Disease Control 
and Prevention and relevant medical societies, shall develop 
for its military medical treatment facilities--
          (1) stewardship staffing recommendations, based upon 
        facility size and patient populations; and
          (2) diagnostics stewardship recommendations to 
        improve antimicrobial stewardship programs.
  (b) Implementation Plan.--Not later than 180 days after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit 
to the Committees on Armed Services of the House of 
Representatives and the Senate a plan for carrying out the 
recommendations developed under subsection (a) and identify 
barriers to implementing such recommendations.
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41. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bera of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle B of title III add the following:

SEC. __. BIOLOGICAL THREATS REPORT.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense, in 
coordination with the Secretary of State, shall submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees a report on efforts to 
prevent, detect, and respond to biological threats, including 
through cooperation with bilateral and multilateral partners.
  (b) Elements.--The report shall include the following:
          (1) A description of actions taken by the Department 
        of Defense to improve proliferation prevention 
        regarding, detection of, and response to biological 
        threats of natural, accidental, or deliberate origin, 
        including the following:
                  (A) Department of Defense policy guidance to 
                address the threat of naturally and 
                accidentally occurring diseases in addition to 
                potential deliberate biological events.
                  (B) Organizational chart describing those 
                responsible in each Department for coordinating 
                these activities, in accordance with the report 
                required by section 745 of the National Defense 
                Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (Public 
                Law 116-92).
                  (C) A description of efforts to integrate 
                Department of Defense infectious disease 
                research, cooperative threat reduction 
                programs, and other activities designed to 
                protect Department of Defense personnel against 
                infectious disease threats.
          (2) Programs and policies to address the threat of 
        accidental or deliberate misuse of emerging biological 
        technologies, including synthetic biology, including 
        Cooperative Threat Reduction, efforts to cooperate with 
        other partners to establish international norms and 
        standards, consideration of new technologies in the 
        Biological Threat Reduction Program, and efforts to 
        develop countermeasures.
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 42. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Beyer of Virginia or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XVII, add the following:

SEC. __. MITIGATION OF HELICOPTER NOISE.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Defense shall take the 
following actions to mitigate helicopter noise and to receive, 
track, and analyze complaints on an ongoing basis from 
individuals in the National Capital Region:
          (1) Develop a noise inquiry website, to assist in 
        directing mitigation efforts toward concentrated areas 
        of inquiry, that is based off of the websites of the 
        Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and the 
        Dulles International Airport. Such website shall--
                  (A) provide a form to collect inquiry 
                information;
                  (B) geo-tag the location of the inquiry to an 
                exportable map;
                  (C) export information to an Excel 
                spreadsheet; and
                  (D) send an email response to the individual 
                making the inquiry.
          (2) Establish a helicopter noise abatement working 
        group led by the Department of Defense to collect, 
        correlate, and identify trends associated with 
        helicopter noise within the National Capital Region, 
        with officials of the Department of Defense and the 
        Federal Aviation Administration in attendance. The 
        working group shall recommend procedural changes to 
        mitigate the impact of helicopter noise on the 
        community only to the extent consistent with aviation 
        safety and airspace efficiency and while sustaining 
        aircrew readiness, training, and mission support.
  (b) Definition of National Capital Region.--In this section, 
the term ``National Capital Region'' has the meaning given the 
term in section 2574 of title 10, United States Code.
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 43. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Beyer of Virginia or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title II, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 2__. FUNDING FOR FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH.

  (a) Increase.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 201 for research, development, test, 
and evaluation, as specified in the corresponding funding table 
in section 4201, for research, development, test, and 
evaluation, Navy, applied research, force protection applied 
research, line 005 (PE 0602123N) is hereby increased by 
$9,000,000 (to be used in support of the Direct Air Capture and 
Blue Carbon Removal Technology Program authorized under section 
223 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2020 (Public Law 116-92; 10 U.S.C. 2358 note)).
  (b) Offsets.--
          (1) Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
        funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to 
        be appropriated in section 301 for operation and 
        maintenance, as specified in the corresponding funding 
        table in section 4301, for operation and maintenance, 
        Air Force, admin & servicewide activities, servicewide 
        communications, line 410 is hereby reduced by 
        $4,000,000.
          (2) Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
        funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to 
        be appropriated in section 301 for operation and 
        maintenance, as specified in the corresponding funding 
        table in section 4301, for operation and maintenance, 
        Army, admin & servicewide activities, servicewide 
        communications, line 440 is hereby reduced by 
        $5,000,000.
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 44. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Biggs of Arizona or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle G of title XII, add the following:

SEC. 12__. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON THE UNITED STATES ISRAEL RELATIONSHIP.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) since 1948, Israel has been one of the strongest 
        friends and allies of the United States;
          (2) Israel is a stable, democratic country in a 
        region often marred by turmoil;
          (3) it is essential to the strategic interest of the 
        United States to continue to offer full security 
        assistance and related support to Israel; and
          (4) such assistance and support is especially vital 
        as Israel confronts a number of potential challenges at 
        the present time, including continuing threats from 
        Iran.
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 45. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bilirakis of Florida 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title VII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 7__. REPORT ON CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR DEPENDENTS AND RETIREES UNDER 
                    THE TRICARE PROGRAM.

  Not later than one year after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Director of the Defense Health Agency shall 
submit to the congressional defense committees a report on the 
feasibility, efficacy, and cost of expanding coverage for 
chiropractic care to covered beneficiaries under the TRICARE 
program (as those terms are defined in section 1072 of title 
10, United States Code).
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 46. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bilirakis of Florida 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle G of title XII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 12__. FEASIBILITY STUDY ON INCREASED ROTATIONAL DEPLOYMENTS TO 
                    GREECE AND ENHANCEMENT OF UNITED STATES-GREECE 
                    DIPLOMATIC ENGAGEMENT.

  (a) Feasibility Study.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Defense shall 
        conduct a study on the feasibility of increased 
        rotational deployments of members of the Armed Forces 
        to Greece, including to Souda Bay, Alexandroupoli, 
        Larissa, Volos, and Stefanovikeio.
          (2) Element.--The study required by paragraph (1) 
        shall include an evaluation of any infrastructure 
        investment necessary to support such increased 
        rotational deployments.
          (3) Report to congress.--Not later than 180 days 
        after the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
        Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional 
        defense committees a report on the results of the study 
        required by paragraph (1).
  (b) Diplomatic Engagement.--The Secretary of State is 
encouraged to pursue persistent United States diplomatic 
engagement with respect to the Greece-Cyprus-Israel and Greece-
Cyprus-Egypt trilateral agreements beyond the occasional 
participation of United States diplomats in the regular summits 
of the countries party to such agreements.
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  47. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Blunt Rochester of 
           Delaware or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle J of title V, add the following:

SEC. __. SENSE OF CONGRESS HONORING THE DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, DELAWARE, 
                    HOME TO THE 436TH AIRLIFT WING, THE 512TH AIRLIFT 
                    WING, AND THE CHARLES C. CARSON CENTER FOR MORTUARY 
                    AFFAIRS.

  (a) Findings.--Congress find the following:
          (1) The Dover Air Force Base is home more than 4,000 
        active-duty military and civilian employees tasked with 
        defending the United States of America.
          (2) The Dover Air Force Base supports the mission of 
        the th Airlift Wing, known as ``Eagle Wing'' and the 
        512th Airlift Wing, known as Liberty Wing.
          (3) The ``Eagle Wing'' serves as a unit of the 
        Eighteenth Air Force headquartered with the Air 
        Mobility Command at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois.
          (4) The ``Eagle Wing'' flies hundreds of missions 
        throughout the world and provides a quarter of the 
        United States' strategic airlift capability and boasts 
        a global reach to over 100 countries around the world.
          (5) The Dover Air Force Base houses incredible 
        aircrafts utilized by the United States Air Force, 
        including the C-5M Super Galaxy and C-17A Globemaster 
        III aircraft.
          (6) The Dover Air Force Base operates the largest and 
        busiest air freight terminal in the Department of 
        Defense, fulfilling an important role in our Nation's 
        military.
          (7) The Air Mobility Command Museum is located on the 
        Dover Air Force base and welcomes thousands of visitors 
        each year to learn more about the United States Air 
        Force.
          (8) The Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs 
        fulfills our Nation's sacred commitment of ensuring 
        dignity, honor and respect to the fallen and care 
        service and support to their families.
          (9) The mortuary mission at Dover Air Force Base 
        dates back to 1955 and is the only Department of 
        Defense mortuary in the continental United States.
          (10) Service members who serve at the Center for 
        Mortuary Affairs are often so moved by their work that 
        they voluntarily elect to serve multiple tours because 
        they feel called to serve our fallen heroes.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--Congress--
          (1) honors and expresses sincerest gratitude to the 
        women and men of the Dover Air Force Base for their 
        distinguished service;
          (2) acknowledges the incredible sacrifice and service 
        of the families of active duty members of the United 
        States military;
          (3) encourages the people of the United States to 
        keep in their thoughts and their prayers the women and 
        men of the United States Armed Forces; and
          (4) recognizes the incredibly unique and important 
        work of the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations and 
        the role they play in honoring our fallen heroes.
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  48. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Blunt Rochester of 
           Delaware or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title II, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 2__. FUNDING FOR HYPERSONICS PROTOTYPING.

  (a) Increase.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 201 for research, development, test, 
and evaluation, as specified in the corresponding funding table 
in section 4201, for research, development, test, and 
evaluation, Air Force, advanced component development & 
prototypes, line 048, hypersonics prototyping (PE 0604033F) is 
hereby increased by $5,000,000 (to be used in support of the 
Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon Program).
  (b) Offset.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 301 for operation and maintenance, as 
specified in the corresponding funding table in section 4301, 
for operation and maintenance, Space Force, operating forces, 
contractor logistics & system support, line 080 is hereby 
reduced by $5,000,000.
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  49. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Blunt Rochester of 
           Delaware or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title II, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 2__. FUNDING FOR UNIDIRECTIONAL BODY ARMOR.

  (a) Increase.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 201 for research, development, test, 
and evaluation, as specified in the corresponding funding table 
in section 4201, for research, development, test, and 
evaluation, Army, advanced component development & prototypes, 
line 093, soldier systems--advanced development (PE 0603827A) 
is hereby increased by $7,000,000 (to be used for the 
development of lightweight body armor fabrics).
  (b) Offset.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 201 for research, development, test, 
and evaluation, as specified in the corresponding funding table 
in section 4201, for research, development, test, and 
evaluation, Army, advanced component development & prototypes, 
line 102, technology maturation initiatives (PE 0604115A) is 
hereby reduced by $7,000,000.
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50. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Boyle of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title XII, add the following:

SEC. _. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON SUPPORT FOR UKRAINE.

  It is the sense of Congress that the United States should--
          (1) reaffirm support for an enduring strategic 
        partnership between the United States and Ukraine;
          (2) support Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial 
        integrity within its internationally-recognized borders 
        and make clear it does not recognize the independence 
        of Crimea or Eastern Ukraine currently occupied by 
        Russia;
          (3) continue support for multi-domain security 
        assistance for Ukraine in the form of lethal and non-
        lethal measures to build resiliency, bolster deterrence 
        against Russia, and promote stability in the region 
        by--
                  (A) strengthening defensive capabilities and 
                promoting readiness; and
                  (B) improving interoperability with NATO 
                forces; and
          (4) further enhance security cooperation and 
        engagement with Ukraine and other Black Sea regional 
        partners.
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51. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Boyle of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 803, after line 15, insert the following:

SEC. 12__. SENSE OF CONGRESS REAFFIRMING THE COMMITMENT OF THE UNITED 
                    STATES TO NATO.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) On April 4, 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty 
        Organization (NATO) was founded on the principles of 
        democracy, individual liberty, and the rule of law with 
        the aim of promoting collective security through 
        collective defense.
          (2) NATO has been the most successful military 
        alliance in history and, for over seven decades, an 
        example of successful political cooperation.
          (3) NATO's commitment to collective defense is 
        essential to deter security threat against its members.
          (4) NATO strengthens the security of the United 
        States by enabling United States forces to work by, 
        with, and through a network of committed, interoperable 
        allies.
          (5) NATO solidarity sends a clear collective message 
        to Russia that members of the alliance will not 
        tolerate aggressive acts that threaten their security 
        and sovereignty.
          (6) In response to changing national security 
        threats, NATO continues to adapt to take on new 
        dynamics such as terrorism, hybrid warfare, the spread 
        of weapons of mass destruction, and cyber attacks.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the United States reaffirms its commitment to the 
        North Atlantic Treaty Organization as the foundation of 
        transatlantic security and defense , including Article 
        V of the North Atlantic Treaty; and
          (2) NATO plays a critical role in preserving peace 
        and stability in the transatlantic region.
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 52. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Brindisi of New York 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division C the following:

               TITLE XXXVI--FARM AND RANCH MENTAL HEALTH

SEC. 3601. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT CAMPAIGN TO ADDRESS FARM AND 
                    RANCH MENTAL HEALTH.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Agriculture, in 
consultation with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, 
shall carry out a public service announcement campaign to 
address the mental health of farmers and ranchers.
  (b) Requirements.--The public service announcement campaign 
under subsection (a) shall include television, radio, print, 
outdoor, and digital public service announcements.
  (c) Contractor.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Agriculture may 
        enter into a contract or other agreement with a third 
        party to carry out the public service announcement 
        campaign under subsection (a).
          (2) Requirement.--In awarding a contract under 
        paragraph (1), the Secretary shall use a competitive 
        bidding process.
  (d) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out 
this section $3,000,000, to remain available until expended.

SEC. 3602. EMPLOYEE TRAINING PROGRAM TO MANAGE FARMER AND RANCHER 
                    STRESS.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
enactment of this section, the Secretary of Agriculture shall 
expand the pilot program carried out by the Secretary in fiscal 
year 2019 that trained employees of the Farm Service Agency in 
the management of stress experienced by farmers and ranchers, 
to train employees of the Farm Service Agency, the Risk 
Management Agency, and the Natural Resources Conservation 
Service in the management of stress experienced by farmers and 
ranchers, including the detection of stress and suicide 
prevention.
  (b) Report.--Not less frequently than once every 2 years, the 
Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Agriculture of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Agriculture, 
Nutrition, and Forestry of the Senate a report describing the 
implementation of this section.

SEC. 3603. TASK FORCE FOR ASSESSMENT OF CAUSES OF MENTAL STRESS AND 
                    BEST PRACTICES FOR RESPONSE.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Agriculture shall convene a 
task force of agricultural and rural stakeholders at the 
national, State, and local levels--
          (1) to assess the causes of mental stress in farmers 
        and ranchers; and
          (2) to identify best practices for responding to that 
        mental stress.
  (b) Submission of Report.--Not later than 1 year after the 
date of enactment of this Act, the task force convened under 
subsection (a) shall submit to the Secretary of Agriculture a 
report containing the assessment and best practices under 
paragraphs (1) and (2), respectively, of subsection (a).
  (c) Collaboration.--In carrying out this section, the task 
force convened under subsection (a) shall collaborate with 
nongovernmental organizations and State and local agencies.
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 53. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Brown of Maryland or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XVII, insert the following:

SEC. 17__. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SUPPORT FOR CERTAIN SPORTING EVENTS.

  Section 2564 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a), by inserting ``the 
        Paralympics,'' after ``the Olympics,''; and
          (2) in subsection (c)--
                  (A) in the subsection heading, by striking 
                ``Inapplicability to'' and inserting ``Support 
                of'';
                  (B) by striking ``Subsections (a) and (b) do 
                not apply to'' and inserting ``The Secretary of 
                Defense may authorize technical, contracting, 
                and specialized equipment support to'';
                  (C) in paragraph (4), by inserting ``and 
                Paralympic'' after ``Olympic''; and
                  (D) in paragraph (5)(A)(iii), by inserting 
                ``and Paralympic'' after ``Olympic''.
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54. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Brownley of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle J of title V, add the following:

SEC. 5__. GAO STUDY OF WOMEN INVOLUNTARILY SEPARATED OR DISCHARGED DUE 
                    TO PREGNANCY OR PARENTHOOD.

  (a) Study Required.--Not later than September 30, 2021, the 
Comptroller General of the United States shall conduct a study 
regarding women involuntarily separated or discharged from the 
Armed Forces due to pregnancy or parenthood during the period 
of 1951 through 1976. The study shall identify--
          (1) the number of such women, disaggregated by--
                  (A) Armed Force;
                  (B) grade;
                  (C) race; and
                  (D) ethnicity;
          (2) the characters of such discharges or separations;
          (3) discrepancies in uniformity of such discharges or 
        separations;
          (4) how such discharges or separations affected 
        access of such women to health care and benefits 
        through the Department of Veterans Affairs; and
          (5) recommendations for improving access of such 
        women to resources through the Department of Veterans 
        Affairs.
  (b) Report.--Not later than 30 days after completing the 
study under subsection (a), the Comptroller General shall 
submit to Congress a report containing the results of that 
study.
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55. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Brownley of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title XVII, insert the following new subtitle:

         Subtitle F--Biliteracy Education Seal and Teaching Act

SEC. 1771. SHORT TITLE.

  This subtitle may be cited as the ``Biliteracy Education Seal 
and Teaching Act'' or the ``BEST Act''.

SEC. 1772. FINDINGS.

  Congress finds the following:
          (1) The people of the United States celebrate 
        cultural and linguistic diversity and seek to prepare 
        students with skills to succeed in the 21st century.
          (2) It is fitting to commend the dedication of 
        students who have achieved proficiency in multiple 
        languages and to encourage their peers to follow in 
        their footsteps.
          (3) The congressionally requested Commission on 
        Language Learning, in its 2017 report ``America's 
        Languages: Investing in Language Education for the 21st 
        Century'', notes the pressing national need for more 
        people of the United States who are proficient in two 
        or more languages for national security, economic 
        growth, and the fulfillment of the potential of all 
        people of the United States.
          (4) The Commission on Language Learning also notes 
        the extensive cognitive, educational, and employment 
        benefits deriving from biliteracy.
          (5) Biliteracy in general correlates with higher 
        graduation rates, higher grade point averages, higher 
        rates of matriculation into higher education, and 
        higher earnings for all students, regardless of 
        background.
          (6) The study of America's languages in elementary 
        and secondary schools should be encouraged because it 
        contributes to a student's cognitive development and to 
        the national economy and security.
          (7) Recognition of student achievement in language 
        proficiency will enable institutions of higher 
        education and employers to readily recognize and 
        acknowledge the valuable expertise of bilingual 
        students in academia and the workplace.
          (8) States such as Utah, Arizona, Washington, and New 
        Mexico have developed innovative testing methods for 
        languages, including Native American languages, where 
        no formal proficiency test currently exists.
          (9) The use of proficiency in a government-recognized 
        official Native American language as the base language 
        for a Seal of Biliteracy, with proficiency in any 
        additional partner language demonstrated through tested 
        proficiency, has been successfully demonstrated in 
        Hawaii.
          (10) Students in every State and every school should 
        be able to benefit from a Seal of Biliteracy program.

SEC. 1773. DEFINITIONS.

  In this subtitle:
          (1) ESEA definitions.--The terms ``English learner'', 
        ``secondary school'', and ``State'' have the meanings 
        given those terms in section 8101 of the Elementary and 
        Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 7801).
          (2) Native american languages.--The term ``Native 
        American languages'' has the meaning given the term in 
        section 103 of the Native American Languages Act (25 
        U.S.C. 2902).
          (3) Seal of biliteracy program.--The term ``Seal of 
        Biliteracy program'' means any program described in 
        section 1774(a) that is established or improved, and 
        carried out, with funds received under this subtitle.
          (4) Second language.--The term ``second language'' 
        means any language other than English (or a Native 
        American language, pursuant to section 1774(a)(2)), 
        including Braille, American Sign Language, or a 
        Classical language.
          (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Education.

SEC. 1774. GRANTS FOR STATE SEAL OF BILITERACY PROGRAMS.

  (a) Establishment of Program.--
          (1) In general.--From amounts made available under 
        subsection (f), the Secretary shall award grants, on a 
        competitive basis, to States to enable the States to 
        establish or improve, and carry out, Seal of Biliteracy 
        programs to recognize student proficiency in speaking, 
        reading, and writing in both English and a second 
        language.
          (2) Inclusion of native american languages.--
        Notwithstanding paragraph (1), each Seal of Biliteracy 
        program shall contain provisions allowing the use of 
        Native American languages, including allowing speakers 
        of any Native American language recognized as official 
        by any American government, including any Tribal 
        government, to use equivalent proficiency in speaking, 
        reading, and writing in the Native American language in 
        lieu of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing 
        in English.
          (3) Duration.--A grant awarded under this section 
        shall be for a period of 2 years, and may be renewed at 
        the discretion of the Secretary.
          (4) Renewal.--At the end of a grant term, a State 
        that receives a grant under this section may reapply 
        for a grant under this section.
          (5) Limitations.--A State shall not receive more than 
        1 grant under this section at any time.
          (6) Return of unspent grant funds.--Each State that 
        receives a grant under this section shall return any 
        unspent grant funds not later than 6 months after the 
        date on which the term for the grant ends.
  (b) Grant Application.--A State that desires a grant under 
this section shall submit an application to the Secretary at 
such time, in such manner, and containing such information and 
assurances as the Secretary may require, including--
          (1) a description of the criteria a student must meet 
        to demonstrate the proficiency in speaking, reading, 
        and writing in both languages necessary for the State 
        Seal of Biliteracy program;
          (2) a detailed description of the State's plan--
                  (A) to ensure that English learners and 
                former English learners are included in the 
                State Seal of Biliteracy program;
                  (B) to ensure that--
                          (i) all languages, including Native 
                        American languages, can be tested for 
                        the State Seal of Biliteracy program; 
                        and
                          (ii) Native American language 
                        speakers and learners are included in 
                        the State Seal of Biliteracy program, 
                        including students at tribally 
                        controlled schools and at schools 
                        funded by the Bureau of Indian 
                        Education; and
                  (C) to reach students, including eligible 
                students described in subsection (c)(2) and 
                English learners, their parents, and schools 
                with information regarding the State Seal of 
                Biliteracy program;
          (3) an assurance that a student who meets the 
        requirements under paragraph (1) and subsection (c) 
        receives--
                  (A) a permanent seal or other marker on the 
                student's secondary school diploma or its 
                equivalent; and
                  (B) documentation of proficiency on the 
                student's official academic transcript; and
          (4) an assurance that a student is not charged a fee 
        for providing information under subsection (c)(1).
  (c) Student Participation in a Seal of Biliteracy Program.--
          (1) In general.--To participate in a Seal of 
        Biliteracy program, a student shall provide information 
        to the State that serves the student at such time, in 
        such manner, and including such information and 
        assurances as the State may require, including an 
        assurance that the student has met the criteria 
        established by the State under subsection (b)(1).
          (2) Student eligibility for participation.--A student 
        who gained proficiency in a second language outside of 
        school may apply under paragraph (1) to participate in 
        a Seal of Biliteracy program.
  (d) Use of Funds.--Grant funds made available under this 
section shall be used for--
          (1) the administrative costs of establishing or 
        improving, and carrying out, a Seal of Biliteracy 
        program that meets the requirements of subsection (b); 
        and
          (2) public outreach and education about the Seal of 
        Biliteracy program.
  (e) Report.--Not later than 18 months after receiving a grant 
under this section, a State shall issue a report to the 
Secretary describing the implementation of the Seal of 
Biliteracy program for which the State received the grant.
  (f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section $10,000,000 for each 
of fiscal years 2021 through 2025.
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56. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Brownley of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle C of title V, add the following:

SEC. 5__. REPORT REGARDING REVIEWS OF DISCHARGES AND DISMISSALS BASED 
                    ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION OR GENDER IDENTITY.

  (a) Report Required.--Not later than September 30, 2021, the 
Secretaries of Defense and Veterans Affairs shall jointly 
submit to Congress a report regarding former members of the 
Armed Forces who--
          (1) were discharged or dismissed from the Armed 
        Forces;
          (2) have applied to either Secretary for an upgrade 
        in the characterization of discharge or dismissal; and
          (3) allege in such applications that such discharges 
        or dismissals arose from a policy of the Department of 
        Defense regarding the sexual orientation or gender 
        identity of a member.
  (b) Elements.--The report under this section shall include 
the number of applications described in subsection (a) and the 
percentages of such applications granted and denied, 
disaggregated by--
          (1) Armed Force;
          (2) grade;
          (3) race;
          (4) ethnicity;
          (5) gender;
          (6) characterization of discharge or dismissal; and
          (7) upgraded characterization of discharge or 
        dismissal, if applicable.
  (c) Publication.--The Secretaries each shall publish the 
report under this section on a publicly accessible website of 
the respective department.
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57. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Buchanan of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title VII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 7__. STUDY ON MEDEVAC HELICOPTERS AND AMBULANCES AT MILITARY 
                    INSTALLATIONS.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the 
congressional defense committees a report containing a study on 
the potential benefits and feasibility of requiring that--
          (1) each enduring military installation located 
        outside the United States has at least one properly 
        functioning medical evacuation helicopter and at least 
        one properly functioning ambulance; and
          (2) each such helicopter and ambulance is stocked 
        with appropriate emergency medical supplies.
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 58. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Buck of Colorado or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title XI, insert the following 
new section:

SEC. 11__. PROHIBITION ON DOWNLOADING OR USING TIKTOK BY FEDERAL 
                    EMPLOYEES.

  (a) In General.--Except as provided in subsection (b), no 
employee of the United States, officer of the United States, 
Member of Congress, congressional employee, or officer or 
employee of a government corporation may download or use TikTok 
or any successor application developed by ByteDance or any 
entity owned by ByteDance on any device issued by the United 
States or a government corporation.
  (b) Exception.--Subsection (a) shall not apply to any 
investigation, cybersecurity research activity, enforcement 
action, disciplinary action, or intelligence activity.
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 59. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Burgess of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle B of title III, insert the following:

SEC. 3__. REPORT ON ENERGY SAVINGS PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS.

  (a) In General.--Not later than one year after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall 
submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report on 
the use of energy savings performance contracts (in this 
section referred to as ``ESPCs'') by the Department of Defense. 
Such report shall include--
          (1) the total investment value of the total number of 
        ESPCs per service for fiscal years 2016 through 2020;
          (2) the location of facilities with ESPCs for fiscal 
        years 2016 through 2020;
          (3) any limitations on expanding ESPCs throughout the 
        Department of Defense;
          (4) the effect ESPCs have on military readiness; and
          (5) any additional information the Secretary 
        determines relevant.
  (b) Appropriate Congressional Committees.--In this section, 
the appropriate congressional committees are--
          (1) the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee 
        on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives; 
        and
          (2) the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on 
        Energy and Natural Resources, and the Committee on 
        Environment and Public Works of the Senate.
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60. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bustos of Illinois or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle B of title V, insert the following:

SEC. 5__. REPORT REGARDING FULL-TIME NATIONAL GUARD DUTY IN RESPONSE TO 
                    THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

  (a) Report Required.--Not later than 90 days after the date 
of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall 
submit to the congressional defense committees a report 
regarding how the Secretary determined whether to authorize 
full-time National Guard duty in response to the covered 
national emergency.
  (b) Elements.--The report under this section shall include 
the following:
          (1) The number of requests described in subsection 
        (a).
          (2) The number of such requests approved and the 
        number of requests denied.
          (3) For each such request--
                  (A) the time elapsed from receipt of request 
                to disposition of request; and
                  (B) whether costs (including pay and benefits 
                for members of the National Guard) were a 
                factor in determining whether to grant or deny 
                the request.
          (4) For each such request approved, the time elapsed 
        from approval to when the first such member of the 
        National Guard was placed on full-time National Guard 
        duty in response to such request.
          (5) For each such request denied, the reason for 
        denial and how such denial was explained to the 
        requestor.
          (6) A description of how the process of review for 
        such requests differed from previous requests for full-
        time National Guard duty under section 502(f) of title 
        32, United States Code.
          (7) Recommendations of the Secretary to improve the 
        review of such requests in order to better respond to 
        such requests.
  (c) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) The term ``covered national emergency'' means the 
        national emergency declared on March 13, 2020, by the 
        President under the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 
        1601 et seq.) with respect to COVID-19.
          (2) The term ``full-time National Guard duty'' has 
        the meaning given that term in section 101 of title 10, 
        United States Code.
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61. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bustos of Illinois or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 342, after line 3, add the following new section (and 
amend the table of contents accordingly):

SEC. 539A. CLARIFICATION OF TERMINATION OF LEASES OF PREMISES AND MOTOR 
                    VEHICLES OF SERVICEMEMBERS WHO INCUR CATASTROPHIC 
                    INJURY OR ILLNESS OR DIE WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE.

  (a) Catastrophic Injuries and Illnesses.--Paragraph (4) of 
section 305(a) of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (50 
U.S.C. 3955(a)), as added by section 545 of the National 
Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (Public Law 116-
92), is amended to read as follows:
          ``(4) Catastrophic injury or illness of lessee.--
                  ``(A) Termination.--If the lessee on a lease 
                described in subsection (b) incurs a 
                catastrophic injury or illness during a period 
                of military service or while performing covered 
                service, during the one-year period beginning 
                on the date on which the lessee incurs such 
                injury or illness--
                          ``(i) the lessee may terminate the 
                        lease; or
                          ``(ii) in the case of a lessee who 
                        lacks the mental capacity to contract 
                        or to manage his or her own affairs 
                        (including disbursement of funds 
                        without limitation) due to such injury 
                        or illness, the spouse or dependent of 
                        the lessee may terminate the lease.
                  ``(B) Definitions.--In this paragraph:
                          ``(i) The term `catastrophic injury 
                        or illness' has the meaning given that 
                        term in section 439(g) of title 37, 
                        United States Code.
                          ``(ii) The term `covered service' 
                        means full-time National Guard duty, 
                        active Guard and Reserve duty, or 
                        inactive-duty training (as such terms 
                        are defined in section 101(d) of title 
                        10, United States Code).''.
  (b) Deaths.--Paragraph (3) of such section is amended by 
striking ``The spouse of the lessee'' and inserting ``The 
spouse or dependent of the lessee''.
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62. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bustos of Illinois or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XVII, add the following:

SEC. 1762. PILOT PROGRAM FOR ONLINE REAL ESTATE INVENTORY TOOL.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of the Army in consultation 
with Administrator of the General Services Administration and 
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment shall establish 
a pilot program for developing an online real estate tool of 
existing inventory of space available at Army installations.
  (b) Purpose.--The purpose of the online inventory tool is 
to--
          (1) achieve efficiencies in real estate property 
        management consistent with the National Defense 
        Strategy goal of finding greater efficiencies within 
        the Department of Defense operations;
          (2) provide a public tool to better market space 
        available at Army installations for better utilization 
        of existing space; and
          (3) provide a tool to better quantify existing space 
        and how it is utilize for current missions and 
        requirements.
  (c) Considerations.--The Secretary of the Army shall 
consider--
          (1) innovative approaches to establishing this pilot 
        program including use of other transaction authorities 
        consistent with section 2371 of title 10, United States 
        Code, as well as use of commercial off-the-shelf 
        technologies;
          (2) developing appropriate protections of sensitive 
        or classified information from being included with the 
        online inventory tool; and
          (3) developing appropriate levels of access for 
        private sector users of the system.
  (d) Establishment of Policy.--After the pilot program has 
been established and locations identified, the Secretary of the 
Army shall develop policy requiring the use of the system 
described in subsection (a) to query for existing inventory 
before any military construction or off-post leases are agreed 
to. The Secretary of the Army shall ensure that all relevant 
notifications to congressional defense committees include 
certification that the system in subsection (a) was queried.
  (e) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in this section shall be 
construed to effect the application of title V of the McKinney-
Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 11411 et seq.).
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 63. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Byrne of Alabama or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle B of title VIII the following new 
section:

SEC. 8__. DOCUMENTATION PERTAINING TO COMMERCIAL ITEM DETERMINATIONS.

  Section 2380 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by--
          (1) redesignating subsection (b) as subsection (c); 
        and
          (2) inserting after subsection (a) the following new 
        subsection:
  ``(b) Determinations Regarding the Commercial Nature of 
Products or Services.--
          ``(1) In general.--A contracting officer of the 
        Department of Defense shall make a binding 
        determination whether a particular product or service 
        offered by a contractor meets the definition of a 
        commercial product or commercial service. The 
        contracting officer may seek the advice of the cadre of 
        experts established pursuant to section 831(b)(2) of 
        the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
        2013 (Public Law 112-239; 126 Stat. 1842; 10 U.S.C. 
        2306a note), or request the cadre of experts to make a 
        determination that a product or service is a commercial 
        product or commercial service.
          ``(2) Memorandum.--Within 30 days after making a 
        determination that a product or service is a commercial 
        product or commercial service, the contracting officer 
        shall submit a written memorandum summarizing the 
        determination, consistent with the template in Appendix 
        B of the Department of Defense Guidebook for Acquiring 
        Commercial Items (issued January 2018 and revised July 
        2019), to--
                  ``(A) the Director of the Defense Contract 
                Management Agency for inclusion in any database 
                established to fulfill the requirements of 
                subsection (a)(2); and
                  ``(B) the contractor asserting the commercial 
                nature of the product or service.''.
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64. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Carbajal of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 307, after line 3, insert the following new section:

SEC. 524. DEVELOPMENT OF GUIDELINES FOR USE OF UNOFFICIAL SOURCES OF 
                    INFORMATION TO DETERMINE ELIGIBILITY OF MEMBERS AND 
                    FORMER MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES FOR DECORATIONS 
                    AND BENEFITS WHEN THE SERVICE RECORDS ARE 
                    INCOMPLETE BECAUSE OF DAMAGE TO THE OFFICIAL 
                    RECORD.

  Section 528 of National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 
Year 2020 (10 U.S.C. 1121 note; 133 Stat.1357) is amended--
          (1) in the section heading, by inserting ``and 
        benefits'' after ``decorations'';
          (2) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by inserting ``and the Secretary of 
                Veterans Affairs'' after ``military 
                departments''; and
                  (B) by inserting ``and benefits'' after 
                ``decorations'';
          (3) by redesignating subsection (b) as subsection 
        (c); and
          (4) by inserting after subsection (a) the following 
        new subsection:
  ``(b) Consultation.--The Secretary of Defense shall prepare 
the guidelines in consultation with the Secretary of Veterans 
Affairs, with respect to veterans benefits under title 38, 
United States Code, whose eligibility determinations depend on 
the use of service records maintained by the Department of 
Defense.''.
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65. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Carbajal of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title XVI, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 16__. PERMANENT PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY FOR SPACE 
                    DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR EXPERTS IN SCIENCE AND 
                    ENGINEERING.

  (a) Program Authorized for Space Development Agency.--Section 
1599h(a) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding 
at the end the following new paragraph:
          ``(7) SDA.--The Director of the Space Development 
        Agency may carry out a program of personnel management 
        authority provided in subsection (b) in order to 
        facilitate recruitment of eminent experts in science or 
        engineering for research and development projects and 
        to enhance the administration and management of the 
        Agency.''.
  (b) Personnel Management Authority.--Section 1599h(b)(1) of 
such title is amended--
          (1) by striking ``and'' at the end of subparagraph 
        (E);
          (2) by inserting ``and'' after the semicolon at the 
        end of subparagraph (F); and
          (3) by adding at the end the following new 
        subparagraph:
                  ``(G) in the case of the Space Development 
                Agency, appoint individuals to a total of not 
                more than 10 positions in the Agency, of which 
                not more than 5 such positions may be positions 
                of administration or management of the 
                Agency;''.
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 66. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Carson of Indiana or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title VII, insert the following 
new section:

SEC. 746. FUNDING FOR PANCREATIC CANCER RESEARCH.

  (a) Increase.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 1405 for the Defense Health Program, as 
specified in the corresponding funding table in section 4501, 
for R&D Research is hereby increased by $5,000,000 for the 
purposes of a pancreatic cancer early detection initiative 
(EDI).
  (b) Offset.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 1405 for Defense Health Program, as 
specified in the corresponding funding table in section 4501, 
for Base Operations/Communications is hereby reduced by 
$5,000,000.
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67. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Case of Hawaii or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle F of title XXVIII, add the following 
new section:

SEC. 28__. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REPORT ON EASEMENTS AND LEASED LANDS 
                    IN HAWAI`I.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) Lands throughout the State of Hawai'i currently 
        owned and leased by the Department of Defense or in 
        which the Department of Defense otherwise has a real 
        property interest are critical to maintaining the 
        readiness of the Armed Forces now stationed or to be 
        stationed in Hawai'i and throughout the Indo-Pacific 
        region and elsewhere.
          (2) Securing long-term continued utilization of those 
        lands by the Armed Forces is thus critical to the 
        national defense.
          (3) As a result of various factors, including complex 
        land ownership and utilization issues and competing 
        actual and potential uses, the interdependency of the 
        various military components, and the necessity of 
        maintaining public support for the presence and 
        operations of the Armed Forces, the realization of the 
        congressional and Department of Defense goals of 
        ensuring the continuity of critical land and facilities 
        infrastructure requires a sustained, dedicated, funded, 
        top-level effort to coordinate realization of these 
        goals across the Armed Forces, between the Department 
        of Defense and other agencies of the Federal 
        Government, and between the Department of Defense and 
        the State of Hawai'i and its civilian sector.
          (4) The end result of this effort must account for 
        military and civilian concerns and for the changing 
        missions and needs of all components of the Armed 
        Forces stationed or otherwise operating out of the 
        State of Hawai`i as the Department of Defense adjusts 
        to meet the objectives outlined in the National Defense 
        Strategy.
  (b) Report Required.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
of the enactment of this Act, the Under Secretary of Defense 
for Acquisition and Sustainment shall submit to the 
congressional defense committee a report describing the 
progress being made by the Department of Defense to renew 
Department of Defense land leases and easements in the State of 
Hawai`i that encompass one acre or more and will expire before 
January 1, 2030. The report shall include the following:
          (1) The location, size, and expiration date of each 
        lease and easement.
          (2) Major milestones and expected timelines for 
        maintaining access to the land covered by each lease 
        and easement.
          (3) Actions completed over the preceding two years 
        for each lease and easement.
          (4) Department-wide and service-specific authorities 
        governing each lease and easement extension.
          (5) A summary of coordination efforts between the 
        Secretary of Defense and the Secretaries of the 
        military departments.
          (6) The status of efforts to develop an inventory of 
        military land in Hawai`i, to include current possible 
        future uses, that would assist in land negotiations 
        with the State of Hawai`i.
          (7) The risks and potential solutions to ensure the 
        renewability of required and critical leases and 
        easements.
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68. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Castro of Texas or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 481, after line 5, insert the following:

SEC. 7__. WAIVER OF FEES CHARGED TO CERTAIN CIVILIANS FOR EMERGENCY 
                    MEDICAL TREATMENT PROVIDED AT MILITARY MEDICAL 
                    TREATMENT FACILITIES.

  Section 1079b of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by redesignating subsection (b) as subsection 
        (c); and
          (2) by inserting after subsection (a) the following 
        new subsection (b):
  ``(b) Waiver of Fees.--Under the procedures implemented under 
subsection (a), a military medical treatment facility may waive 
a fee charged under such procedures to a civilian who is not a 
covered beneficiary if--
          ``(1) after insurance payments, if any, the civilian 
        is not able to pay for the trauma or other medical care 
        provided to the civilian; and
          ``(2) the provision of such care enhanced the medical 
        readiness of the health care provider or health care 
        providers furnishing such care.''.
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69. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Castro of Texas or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title XII, add the following:

              Subtitle H--Global Child Thrive Act of 2020

SEC. 1281. SHORT TITLE.

  This subtitle may be cited as the ``Global Child Thrive Act 
of 2020''.

SEC. 1282. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the United States Government should continue 
        efforts to reduce child mortality rates and increase 
        attention on prevention efforts and early childhood 
        development programs;
          (2) investments in early childhood development ensure 
        healthy and well-developed future generations that 
        contribute to a country's stability, security and 
        economic prosperity;
          (3) efforts to provide training and education on 
        nurturing care could result in improved early childhood 
        development outcomes and support healthy brain 
        development; and
          (4) integration and cross-sector coordination of 
        early childhood development programs is critical to 
        ensure the efficiency, effectiveness, and continued 
        implementation of such programs.

SEC. 1283. ASSISTANCE TO IMPROVE EARLY CHILDHOOD OUTCOMES GLOBALLY.

  (a) Authorization of Assistance.--Amounts authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out section 135 in chapter 1 of part 1 of 
the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2151 et seq.) for 
each of the fiscal years 2021 through 2025 are authorized to be 
made available to support early childhood development 
activities in conjunction with relevant, existing programming, 
such as water, sanitation and hygiene, maternal and child 
health, basic education, nutrition and child protection.
  (b) Assistance to Improve Early Childhood Incomes Globally.--
Chapter 1 of part I of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 
U.S.C. 2151 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the 
following:

``SEC. 137. ASSISTANCE TO IMPROVE EARLY CHILDHOOD OUTCOMES GLOBALLY.

  ``(a) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        `appropriate congressional committees' means--
                  ``(A) the Committee on Appropriations of the 
                Senate;
                  ``(B) the Committee on Foreign Relations of 
                the Senate;
                  ``(C) the Committee on Appropriations of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  ``(D) the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the 
                House of Representatives.
          ``(2) Early childhood development.--The term `early 
        childhood development' means the development and 
        learning of a child younger than 8 years of age, 
        including physical, cognitive, social, and emotional 
        development and approaches to learning that allow a 
        child to reach his or her full developmental potential.
          ``(3) Early childhood development program.--The term 
        `early childhood development program' means a program 
        that ensures that every child has the conditions for 
        healthy growth, nurturing family-based care, 
        development and learning, and protection from violence, 
        exploitation, abuse, and neglect, which may include--
                  ``(A) a health, clean water, sanitation, and 
                hygiene program that serves pregnant women, 
                children younger than 5 years of age, and the 
                parents of such children;
                  ``(B) a nutrition program, combined with 
                stimulating child development activity;
                  ``(C) age appropriate cognitive stimulation, 
                especially for newborns, infants, and toddlers, 
                including an early childhood intervention 
                program for children experiencing at-risk 
                situations, developmental delays, disabilities, 
                and behavioral and mental health conditions;
                  ``(D) an early learning (36 months and 
                younger), preschool, and basic education 
                program for children until they reach 8 years 
                of age or complete primary school; or
                  ``(E) a child protection program, with an 
                emphasis on the promotion of permanent, safe, 
                and nurturing families, rather than placement 
                in residential care or institutions, including 
                for children with disabilities.
          ``(4) Federal departments and agencies.--The term 
        `Federal departments and agencies' means--
                  ``(A) the Department of State;
                  ``(B) the United States Agency for 
                International Development;
                  ``(C) the Department of the Treasury;
                  ``(D) the Department of Labor;
                  ``(E) the Department of Education;
                  ``(F) the Department of Agriculture;
                  ``(G) the Department of Defense;
                  ``(H) the Department of Health and Human 
                Services, including--
                          ``(i) the Centers for Disease Control 
                        and Prevention; and
                          ``(ii) the National Institutes of 
                        Health;
                  ``(I) the Millennium Challenge Corporation;
                  ``(J) the Peace Corps; and
                  ``(K) any other department or agency 
                specified by the President for the purposes of 
                this section.
          ``(5) Residential care.--The term `residential care' 
        means care provided in any non-family-based group 
        setting, including orphanages, transit or interim care 
        centers, children's homes, children's villages or 
        cottage complexes, group homes, and boarding schools 
        used primarily for care purposes as an alternative to a 
        children's home.
  ``(b) Statement of Policy.--It is the policy of the United 
States--
          ``(1) to support early childhood development in 
        relevant foreign assistance programs, including by 
        integrating evidence-based, efficient, and effective 
        interventions into relevant strategies and programs, in 
        coordination with partner countries, other donors, 
        international organizations, international financial 
        institutions, local and international nongovernmental 
        organizations, private sector partners, civil society, 
        and faith-based and community-based organizations; and
          ``(2) to encourage partner countries to lead early 
        childhood development initiatives that include 
        incentives for building local capacity for continued 
        implementation and measurable results, by--
                  ``(A) scaling up the most effective, 
                evidence-based, national interventions, 
                including for the most vulnerable populations 
                and children with disabilities and 
                developmental delays, with a focus on 
                adaptation to country resources, cultures, and 
                languages;
                  ``(B) designing, implementing, monitoring, 
                and evaluating programs in a manner that 
                enhances their quality, transparency, equity, 
                accountability, efficiency and effectiveness in 
                improving child and family outcomes in partner 
                countries; and
                  ``(C) utilizing and expanding innovative 
                public-private financing mechanisms.
  ``(c) Implementation.--
          ``(1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the 
        date of the enactment of this section, the 
        Administrator of the United States Agency for 
        International Development, in coordination with the 
        Secretary of State, shall direct relevant Federal 
        departments and agencies--
                  ``(A) to incorporate, to the extent practical 
                and relevant, early childhood development into 
                foreign assistance programs to be carried out 
                during the following 5 fiscal years; and
                  ``(B) to promote inclusive early childhood 
                development in partner countries.
          ``(2) Elements.--In carrying out paragraph (1), the 
        Administrator, the Secretary, and the heads of other 
        relevant Federal departments and agencies as 
        appropriate shall--
                  ``(A) build on the evidence and priorities 
                outlined in `Advancing Protection and Care for 
                Children in Adversity: A U.S. Government 
                Strategy for International Assistance 2019-
                2023', published in June 2019 (referred to in 
                this section as `APCCA');
                  ``(B) to the extent practicable, identify 
                evidence-based strategic priorities, 
                indicators, outcomes, and targets, particularly 
                emphasizing the most vulnerable populations and 
                children with disabilities and developmental 
                delays, to support inclusive early childhood 
                development;
                  ``(C) support the design, implementation, and 
                evaluation of pilot projects in partner 
                countries, with the goal of taking such 
                projects to scale;
                  ``(D) support inclusive early childhood 
                development within all relevant sector 
                strategies and public laws, including--
                          ``(i) the Global Water Strategy 
                        required under section 136(j);
                          ``(ii) the whole-of-government 
                        strategy required under section 5 of 
                        the Global Food Security Act of 2016 
                        (22 U.S.C. 9304 note);
                          ``(iii) the Basic Education Strategy 
                        set forth in section 105(c);
                          ``(iv) the U.S. Government Global 
                        Nutrition Coordination Plan, 2016-2021; 
                        and
                          ``(v) APCCA; and others as 
                        appropriate;
                  ``(E) improve coordination with foreign 
                governments and international and regional 
                organizations with respect to official country 
                policies and plans to improve early childhood 
                development, maternal, newborn, and child 
                health and nutrition care, basic education, 
                water, sanitation and hygiene, and child 
                protection plans which promote nurturing, 
                appropriate, protective, and permanent family 
                care, while reducing the percentage of children 
                living in residential care or on the street; 
                and
                  ``(F) consult with partner countries, other 
                donors, international organizations, 
                international financial institutions, local and 
                international nongovernmental organizations, 
                private sector partners and faith-based and 
                community-based organizations, as appropriate.
  ``(d) Annual Report on the Implementation of the Strategy.--
The Special Advisor for Children in Adversity shall include, in 
the annual report required under section 5 of the Assistance 
for Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children in Developing 
Countries Act of 2005 (22 U.S.C. 2152g), which shall be 
submitted to the appropriate congressional committees and made 
publicly available, a description of--
          ``(1) the progress made toward integrating early 
        childhood development interventions into relevant 
        strategies and programs;
          ``(2) the efforts made by relevant Federal 
        departments and agencies to implement subsection (c), 
        with a particular focus on the activities described in 
        such subsection;
          ``(3) the progress achieved during the reporting 
        period toward meeting the goals, objectives, 
        benchmarks, described in subsection (c); and
          ``(4) the progress achieved during the reporting 
        period toward meeting the goals, objectives, 
        benchmarks, and timeframes described in subsection (c) 
        at the program level, along with specific challenges or 
        gaps that may require shifts in targeting or financing 
        in the following fiscal year.
  ``(e) Interagency Task Force.--The Special Advisor for 
Assistance to Orphans and Vulnerable Children should regularly 
convene an interagency task force, to coordinate--
          ``(1) intergovernmental and interagency monitoring, 
        evaluation, and reporting of the activities carried out 
        pursuant to this section;
          ``(2) early childhood development initiatives that 
        include children with a variety of needs and 
        circumstances; and
          ``(3) United States Government early childhood 
        development programs, strategies, and partnerships 
        across relevant Federal departments and agencies.''.

SEC. 1284. SPECIAL ADVISOR FOR ASSISTANCE TO ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE 
                    CHILDREN.

  Section 135(e)(2) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 
U.S.C. 2152f(e)(2)) is amended--
          (1) by amending subparagraph (A) to read as follows:
                  ``(A) Coordinate assistance to orphans and 
                other vulnerable children among the relevant 
                Executive branch agencies and officials.''; and
          (2) in subparagraph (B), by striking ``the various 
        offices, bureaus, and field missions within the United 
        States Agency for International Development'' and 
        inserting ``the relevant Executive branch agencies and 
        officials''.

SEC. 1285. RULE OF CONSTRUCTION.

  Nothing in the amendments made by this subtitle may be 
construed to restrict or abrogate any other authorization for 
United States Agency for International Development activities 
or programs.
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70. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Castro of Texas or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle H of title V, add the following:

SEC. 578. REPORT TO CONGRESS ON EFFORTS TO INCREASE DIVERSITY AND 
                    REPRESENTATION IN FILM, TELEVISION, AND PUBLISHING.

  (a) Promulgation of Policy.--The Secretary of Defense and 
each Secretary of a military department shall promulgate a 
policy to promote, to the maximum extent possible, the 
depiction of marginalized communities in projects with the 
film, television, and publishing industries carried out through 
the respective offices of public affairs.
  (b) Consideration of Depiction of Certain Communities.--The 
Secretary of Defense and each Secretary of a military 
department shall consider the promotion of a marginalized 
community as an affirmative factor in any decision to provide 
assistance to a production studio or publishing company through 
the respective offices of public affairs.
  (c) Report to Congress.--Not later than 180 days after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense, in 
coordination with each Secretary of a military department, 
shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report 
on--
          (1) the policies promulgated under subsection (a); 
        and
          (2) the activities carried out by the Secretary of 
        Defense and each such Secretary of a military 
        department pursuant to such subsection.
  (d) Definition of Marginalized Community.--In this section, 
the term ``marginalized community'' means a community--
          (1) that is (or historically was) under-represented 
        in the film, television, and publishing industries, 
        including--
                  (A) women;
                  (B) racial and ethnic minorities;
                  (C) individuals with disabilities;
                  (D) members of the LGBTQ community;
                  (E) individuals of all ages; and
                  (F) other individuals from under-represented 
                communities; and
          (2) whose members have served in the Armed Forces.
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71. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Chabot of Ohio or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle G of title XII the following:

SEC. 12__. REPORT ON INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLES IN UKRAINE, GEORGIA, 
                    MOLDOVA, AND AZERBAIJAN.

  (a) Report.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State, in coordination 
with the Secretary of Defense, shall submit to the appropriate 
congressional committees a report on the status of internally 
displaced persons in Ukraine, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, 
and the Republic of Azerbaijan.
  (b) Elements.--The report required by subsection (a) shall 
include an assessment of the following:
          (1) The number of citizens of Ukraine, Georgia, 
        Moldova, and Azerbaijan who have been forcibly 
        displaced in illegally occupied regions in Ukraine, 
        Georgia, Moldova, and Azerbaijan by foreign forces 
        since 1991.
          (2) The number of citizens of Ukraine, Georgia, 
        Moldova, and Azerbaijan who have been killed in regions 
        illegally occupied by foreign forces since 1991.
  (c) Form.--The report required by subsection (a) shall be 
submitted in unclassified form, but may include a classified 
annex.
  (d) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the congressional defense committees;
          (2) the Committee on Appropriations of the Senate and 
        the Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
        Representatives; and
          (3) the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate 
        and the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of 
        Representatives.
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72. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Chabot of Ohio or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle C of title XVI add the following new 
section:

SEC. 16__. FUNDING FOR NATIONAL CENTER FOR HARDWARE AND EMBEDDED 
                    SYSTEMS SECURITY AND TRUST.

  (a) Increase.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 4201 for research, development, test, 
and evaluation, Air Force, as specified in the corresponding 
funding table in section 4201, for Aerospace Sensors, line 009, 
is hereby increased by $3,000,000 for the National Center for 
Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust.
  (b) Offset.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in the 
funding tables in division D, the amount authorized to be 
appropriated in section 1402 for chemical agents and munitions 
destruction, as specified in the corresponding funding table in 
section 4501, for Chem Demilitarization--RDT&E, is hereby 
reduced by $3,000,000.
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73. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Chabot of Ohio or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 837, after line 2, insert the following:

SEC. 12__. DETERRENCE STRATEGY AGAINST CHINESE-ORIGIN CYBER ATTACKS.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) Cyber-enabled industrial espionage and the large 
        scale cybertheft of personal information by the 
        People's Republic of China (``PRC'') are severely 
        detrimental to national security, economic vitality, 
        and technological preeminence.
          (2) Such attacks are generally situated within the 
        context of state-sponsored gray zone campaigns and not 
        generally ultimately attributable to sub-state actors.
          (3) The United States response to such espionage has 
        not included the imposition of sufficient costs on the 
        PRC to deter or credibly respond to such attacks.
  (b) Statement of Policy.--It is the policy of the United 
States to deter and respond to industrial espionage and the 
theft of personal information conducted against the United 
States or United States persons by the PRC, PRC persons or 
entities, or persons or entities acting on behalf of the PRC.
  (c) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the President shall submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees a whole-of-government 
strategy, in unclassified and classified forms as specified in 
paragraphs (1) through (4), to impose costs on the PRC or 
appropriate PRC persons or entities in order to deter 
industrial espionage and the large-scale theft of personal 
information conducted by the PRC, PRC persons or entities, or 
persons or entities acting on behalf of the PRC against the 
United States or United States persons, that includes the 
following:
          (1) An unclassified discussion of United States 
        interests in preventing such cyber attacks that 
        includes a general discussion of the impact on the 
        United States and its economy from such attacks.
          (2) An unclassified general discussion of the 
        contexts in which and the means by which the United 
        States will seek to deter such cyber attacks, that 
        seeks to demonstrate the credibility of United States 
        resolve to defend its interests in cyberspace.
          (3) A classified theory of deterrence with respect to 
        the PRC that explains--
                  (A) the means or combination of means, 
                including available non-cyber responses, 
                anticipated to achieve deterrence and the 
                justification for such assessment; and
                  (B) an escalation ladder that describes the 
                circumstances and the timeframe under which the 
                President plans to invoke the use of such means 
                to be effective to deter such attacks or to 
                invoke lesser means to provide a credible 
                response.
          (4) A classified description of the roles of the 
        Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, the 
        Attorney General, the Secretary of Commerce, the 
        Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of Homeland 
        Security, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, 
        and, as appropriate, the head of each element of the 
        intelligence community (as such term is defined by 
        section 3 of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 
        U.S.C. 3003)) in carrying out such strategy.
  (d) Implementation Plan.--Not later than 30 days after the 
date of the submission of the strategy required by subsection 
(c), each Federal official listed in subsection (c)(4) shall 
submit to the appropriate congressional committees a classified 
implementation plan to describe the manner in which the 
respective department or agency will carry out this strategy.
  (e) Update.--Not later than 1 year after the date of the 
submission of the strategy required by subsection (c), and 
annually thereafter, the President shall submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees an unclassified assessment 
of the effectiveness of the strategy, an unclassified summary 
of the lessons learned from the past year on the effectiveness 
of deterrence (which may contain a classified annex), and an 
unclassified summary of planned changes to the strategy with a 
classified annex on changes to its theory of deterrence.
  (f) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee 
        on Armed Services, the Permanent Select Committee on 
        Intelligence, the Committee on the Judiciary, the 
        Committee on Energy and Commerce, the Committee on 
        Homeland Security, and the Committee on Financial 
        Services of the House of Representatives; and
          (2) the Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee 
        on Armed Services, the Committee on Banking, Housing, 
        and Urban Affairs, the Committee on Commerce, Science, 
        and Transportation, the Committee on Homeland Security 
        and Government Affairs, and the Committee on the 
        Judiciary of the Senate.
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74. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Chabot of Ohio or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle G of title XII the following:

SEC. 12__. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON CROSS-BORDER VIOLENCE IN THE GALWAN 
                    VALLEY AND THE GROWING TERRITORIAL CLAIMS OF THE 
                    PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA.

  (a) Findings.--Congress makes the following findings:
          (1) Since a truce in 1962 ended skirmishes between 
        India and the People's Republic of China, the countries 
        have been divided by a 2,100-mile-long Line of Actual 
        Control.
          (2) In the decades since the truce, military 
        standoffs between India and the People's Republic of 
        China have flared; however, the standoffs have rarely 
        claimed the lives of soldiers.
          (3) In the months leading up to June, 15, 2020, along 
        the Line of Actual Control, the People's Republic of 
        China--
                  (A) reportedly amassed 5,000 soldiers; and
                  (B) is believed to have crossed into 
                previously disputed territory considered to be 
                settled as part of India under the 1962 truce.
          (4) On June 6, 2020, the People's Republic of China 
        and India reached an agreement to deescalate and 
        disengage along the Line of Actual Control.
          (5) On June 15, 2020, at least 20 Indian soldiers and 
        an unconfirmed number of Chinese soldiers were killed 
        in skirmishes following a weeks-long standoff in 
        Eastern Ladakh, which is the de facto border between 
        India and the People's Republic of China.
          (6) Following the deadly violence, Prime Minister 
        Narendra Modi of India stated, ``[w]henever there have 
        been differences of opinion, we have always tried to 
        ensure that those differences never turned into a 
        dispute''.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) India and the People's Republic of China should 
        work toward deescalating the situation along the Line 
        of Actual Control; and
          (2) the expansion and aggression of the People's 
        Republic of China in and around disputed territories, 
        such as the Line of Actual Control, the South China 
        Sea, the Senkaku Islands, is of significant concern.
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  75. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cicilline of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title XVII, add the following:

SEC. ___. ESTABLISHMENT OF SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL COMMISSION.

  (a) Establishment.--Section 15301(a) of title 40, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
          ``(4) The Southern New England Regional 
        Commission.''.
  (b) Designation of Region.--
          (1) In general.--Subchapter II of chapter 157 of such 
        title is amended by adding at the end the following:

``Sec. 15734. Southern New England Regional Commission

  ``The region of the Southern New England Regional Commission 
shall include the following counties:
          ``(1) Rhode island.--The counties of Providence, 
        Washington, Newport, and Bristol in the State of Rhode 
        Island.
          ``(2) Connecticut.--The counties of Hartford, New 
        Haven, and New London in the State of Connecticut.
          ``(3) Massachusetts.--The counties of Hampden and 
        Bristol in the State of Massachusetts.''.
          (2) Technical and conforming amendment.--The analysis 
        for Subchapter II of chapter 157 of such title is 
        amended by adding at the end the following:

``15734. Southern New England Regional Commission.''.

  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--The authorization of 
appropriations in section 15751 of title 40, United States 
Code, shall apply with respect to the Southern New England 
Regional Commission beginning with fiscal year 2021.
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  76. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cicilline of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title VII, insert the following 
new section:

SEC. 7__. REPORT ON MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT RELATING TO PREGNANCY.

  (a) Report Required.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall 
submit to Congress a report with respect to mental health 
treatment relating to pregnancy that assesses the following:
          (1) The extent to which treatment for covered mental 
        health issues is available and accessible to active 
        duty members of the Armed Forces and the spouses of 
        such members.
          (2) The extent to which data on the rate of 
        occurrence of covered mental health issues among active 
        duty members of the Armed Forces, and the spouses of 
        such members, is collected.
          (3) The barriers that prevent active duty members of 
        the Armed Forces, and the spouses of such members, from 
        seeking or obtaining care for covered mental health 
        issues.
          (4) The ways in which the Department of Defense is 
        addressing barriers identified under paragraph (3).
  (b) Covered Mental Health Issues Defined.--In this section, 
the term ``covered mental health issues'' means pregnancy-
related depression, postpartum depression, and other pregnancy-
related mood disorders.
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77. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title II, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 2__. ASSESSMENTS OF INTELLIGENCE, DEFENSE, AND MILITARY 
                    IMPLICATIONS OF DEEPFAKE VIDEOS AND RELATED 
                    TECHNOLOGIES.

  (a) Intelligence Threat Assessment.--
          (1) In general.--In conjunction with each annual 
        report required under section 5709(d) of the National 
        Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (Public 
        Law 116-92) (relating to deepfake technology and the 
        foreign weaponization of deepfakes), the Director of 
        National Intelligence shall submit to the Secretary of 
        Defense and the appropriate congressional committees a 
        supplemental report on the intelligence, defense, and 
        military implications of deepfake videos and related 
        technologies.
          (2) Elements.--Each supplemental report under 
        paragraph (1) shall include--
                  (A) a description of new developments with 
                respect to the national security implications 
                of machine-manipulated media, and intelligence 
                community responses to such developments, as it 
                pertains to those matters described in section 
                5709(a) of the National Defense Authorization 
                Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (Public Law 116-92);
                  (B) a description of any known efforts by the 
                militaries of the People's Republic of China or 
                the Russian Federation or any governmental 
                elements that provide intelligence support to 
                such militaries, to deploy machine-manipulated 
                media in the context of any ongoing 
                geopolitical disputes, armed conflicts, or 
                related operations; and
                  (C) an assessment of additional future 
                security risks posed by artificial intelligence 
                technologies that facilitate the creation of 
                machine-manipulated media, including security 
                risks in contexts other than influence or 
                information operations (including the potential 
                subversion of biometric authentication 
                systems).
          (3) Interim report.--Not later than 120 days after 
        the date of the enactment of this Act, the Director of 
        National Intelligence shall submit to the Secretary of 
        Defense and the appropriate congressional committees a 
        report on the preliminary findings of the Director with 
        respect to each element described in subsection (2).
          (4) Appropriate congressional committees defined.--In 
        this section, the term ``appropriate congressional 
        committees'' means--
                  (A) the congressional defense committees;
                  (B) the Select Committee on Intelligence of 
                the Senate; and
                  (C) the Permanent Select Committee on 
                Intelligence of the House of Representatives.
  (b) Military Risk Assessment.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after date 
        on which the report under subsection (a)(3) is 
        submitted to the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary 
        shall submit to the congressional defense committees an 
        assessment, based on the results of such report, of the 
        risks posed by machine-manipulated media to the 
        operations, personnel, and activities of the Department 
        of Defense and the Armed Forces.
          (2) Elements.--The report under paragraph (1) shall 
        include the following:
                  (A) An assessment of the risks posed by 
                machine-manipulated media in the contexts of 
                military planning, defense intelligence 
                collection, operational decision-making, and 
                such other contexts as the Secretary of Defense 
                deems appropriate.
                  (B) A description of how the Department of 
                Defense would assess, particularly under 
                limited time constraints, the legitimacy of 
                machine-manipulated media purporting to depict 
                activities relevant to ongoing military 
                operations (such as a deepfake video purporting 
                to depict a foreign government official 
                announcing an impending military strike, 
                retreat, or other tactical action).
                  (C) A description of any efforts of the 
                Department of Defense to combat the actual or 
                potential creation of machine-manipulated media 
                that falsely depicts or replicates biometric 
                identifiers of Federal Government officials, 
                and an assessment of the feasibility of 
                adopting or developing technologies to reduce 
                the likelihood of video, audio, or visual 
                content produced or distributed by the 
                Department of Defense from being manipulated or 
                exploited in such manner.
                  (D) An assessment of the Department of 
                Defense's current machine-manipulated media 
                detection capabilities, and recommendations 
                with respect to improving such capabilities.
  (c) Form.--The reports required under subsections (a) and (b) 
may be submitted in classified form, but if so submitted, shall 
be accompanied by unclassified annexes.
  (d) Machine-manipulated Media Defined.--In this section, the 
term ``machine-manipulated media'' has the meaning given that 
term in section 5724(d) of the National Defense Authorization 
Act for Fiscal Year 2020 1 (Public Law 116-92).
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78. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 143, after line 24 (relating to the establishment of the 
Steering Committee on Emerging Technology), add the following 
new subsection:
  (g) Deepfake Working Group.--
          (1) In general.--The co-chairs stall establish a 
        working group, in coordination with the Defense 
        Advanced Research Project Agency and such other 
        departments and agencies of the Federal Government as 
        the co-chairs deem appropriate, to--
                  (A) inform the Steering Committee's 
                activities with respect to the national 
                security implications of machine-manipulated 
                media (commonly known as ``deepfakes'');
                  (B) assess the Federal Government's 
                capabilities with respect to technologies to 
                detect, or otherwise counter and combat, 
                machine-manipulated media and other advanced 
                image manipulation methods;
                  (C) assess the machine-manipulated media 
                capabilities of foreign countries and non-state 
                actors, with particular emphasis on the 
                People's Republic of China and the Russian 
                Federation; and
                  (D) provide recommendations to the Steering 
                Committee on the matters described in 
                subparagraphs (A) through (C).
          (2) Machine-manipulated media defined.--In this 
        subsection, the term ``machine-manipulated media'' has 
        the meaning given that term in section 5724(d) of the 
        National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 
        (Public Law 116-92).
  Page 144, line 1, strike ``(g)'' and insert ``(h)''.
  Page 144, line 7, after ``intelligence'' insert ``(including 
deepfake videos and related technologies)''.
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79. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle G of title XII, add the following:

SEC. 1273. ENHANCING ENGAGEMENT WITH THE CARIBBEAN.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the prosperity and security of the Caribbean 
        region is a matter of significant importance for the 
        United States, and promotion of such should be a 
        component of United States policy;
          (2) the United States and the Caribbean region, due 
        to both geographic proximity and close societal ties, 
        are bound together by a variety of shared interests, 
        including with respect to--
                  (A) enhancing mutual resiliency and 
                preparedness for natural disasters;
                  (B) coordinating humanitarian responses to 
                such disasters;
                  (C) advancing trade, investment, academic 
                exchange, and other cooperative efforts between 
                the United States and the Caribbean region;
                  (D) enhancing Caribbean states' security and 
                safeguarding territorial sovereignty, including 
                from risks related to predatory financing;
                  (E) strengthening the rule of law, supporting 
                civil society, and upholding human rights;
                  (F) addressing other mutual challenges, 
                including hemispheric efforts to combat the 
                coronavirus pandemic; and
                  (G) countering drug trafficking;
          (3) in furtherance of these and other shared 
        interests, the United States should strengthen its 
        engagement with the Caribbean region; and
          (4) the Department of State's and the Department of 
        Defense's facilitation of such engagement is essential, 
        given the role of the various agencies of the United 
        States government in coordinating humanitarian 
        responses and United States national security.
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80. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1418, line 25, strike ``and''.
  Page 1419, line 2, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 1419, after line 2, insert the following:
                  (D) artificial intelligence systems that may 
                perpetuate societal biases against protected 
                classes of persons, including on the basis of 
                sex, race, age, disability, color, creed, 
                national origin, or religion, or otherwise 
                automate discriminatory decision-making.

SEC. 5109. RULE OF CONSTRUCTION REGARDING ETHICAL ARTIFICIAL 
                    INTELLIGENCE.

  For purposes of this division, the term ``ethical'' (when 
used in the context of artificial intelligence) shall be deemed 
to include efforts to minimize or eliminate discriminatory 
algorithmic bias, particularly as it pertains to protected 
classes of persons, including on the basis of sex, race, age, 
disability, color, creed, national origin, or religion.
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81. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle E of title X, add the following:

SEC. 1052. PROHIBITION ON USE OF FUNDS FOR DISCRIMINATORY ALGORITHMIC 
                    DECISIONMAKING SYSTEMS.

  None of the funds authorized to be appropriated by this Act 
or otherwise made available for fiscal year 2021 for the Joint 
Artificial Intelligence Center to acquire or develop new 
artificial intelligence systems may be obligated or expended 
unless the Department of Defense, or the vendor of such new 
system, has--
          (1) assessed such algorithmic decision-making system, 
        or commits to assess such system within 1 year of the 
        date of such acquisition or completion of development, 
        with respect to its potential to perpetuate or 
        introduce discriminatory bias against protected classes 
        of persons, including on the basis of sex, race, age, 
        disability, color, creed, national origin, or religion, 
        and after the completion of such assessment, transmits 
        to the Secretary a description of the methodology by 
        which such assessment was conducted;
          (2) sought to address any unintended discriminatory 
        bias identified pursuant to paragraph (1) prior to 
        deploying such system, and through periodic assessments 
        during use of such systems, in any context where such 
        usage poses a tangible risk of resulting in an action 
        which could reasonably be seen to violate any law, 
        policy, regulation, or other codified practice of the 
        United States with respect to anti-discrimination, 
        equal protection, or civil rights, and transmitted to 
        the Secretary a description of the measures undertaken 
        to comply with the requirements of this section; and
          (3) ensured that such system conforms to the DoD AI 
        Ethics Principles for purposes of identifying and 
        addressing the causes of potential discriminatory 
        biases in the system.
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82. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title XVII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 17__. SENSE OF CONGRESS AND STRATEGY ON CATASTROPHIC CRITICAL 
                    INFRASTRUCTURE FAILURE RESPONSE.

  (a) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the occurrence of a catastrophic critical 
        infrastructure failure event, in which key networks 
        facilitating the delivery of essential services such as 
        electricity, water, or communications fail for an 
        extended duration, would constitute a significant 
        threat to the national security and common welfare of 
        the United States;
          (2) such a catastrophic critical infrastructure 
        failure event could occur by various means, including 
        but not limited to those linked to natural phenomenon 
        (including earthquakes, hurricanes, or geomagnetic 
        disturbances) or military conflict (including 
        cyberattacks, electromagnetic pulse effects, or kinetic 
        assault); and
          (3) the Department of the Defense should strengthen 
        its preparedness for catastrophic critical 
        infrastructure failure events, including with respect 
        to preemptive infrastructure enhancements, the 
        facilitation of resiliency and relief efforts in the 
        aftermath thereto, and the mitigation of impacts of 
        such an event on activities of the Department.
  (b) Strategy.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than one year after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
        Defense shall submit to the congressional defense 
        committees a report that includes an analysis of each 
        of the following:
                  (A) Particular threat scenarios involving 
                catastrophic critical infrastructure failure 
                events which the Secretary believes could be 
                adequately addressed by existing Department of 
                Defense plans and resources.
                  (B) Particular threat scenarios involving 
                catastrophic critical infrastructure failure 
                events which the Secretary believes could not 
                currently be adequately addressed by existing 
                Department of Defense plans and resources.
                  (C) Unique challenges, with respect to 
                activities and operations of the Department of 
                Defense, presented by catastrophic critical 
                infrastructure failure events involving 
                geomagnetic disturbance or electromagnetic 
                pulse events.
                  (D) Strategies to increase future 
                preparedness with respect to any threat 
                scenarios identified pursuant to subparagraph 
                (B).
          (2) Form.--The report under paragraph (1) may be 
        submitted in classified form, but if so submitted, 
        shall be accompanied by an unclassified summary.
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83. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Clarke of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 443, line 12, insert ``xenophobic,'' after ``racist,''.
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84. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cohen of Tennessee or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title XII, add the following:

SEC. _. REPORT ON PRESENCE OF RUSSIAN MILITARY FORCES IN OTHER FOREIGN 
                    COUNTRIES.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense, in 
consultation with the Secretary of State, shall submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees a report that contains the 
following:
          (1) A list of foreign countries that have consented 
        to host military forces of Russia, including a 
        description of--
                  (A) any agreement between each country and 
                Russia to host such forces;
                  (B) the number of Russian military forces 
                that are present in each country;
                  (C) the location of Russian military forces 
                that are present in each country;
                  (D) the types of Russian military force 
                structures that are present in each country;
                  (E) the level and type of United States 
                security assistance provided to each country; 
                and
                  (F) any military exercises that Russian 
                forces have undertaken with each country.
          (2) A list of foreign countries with respect to which 
        Russia has deployed military forces in violation of the 
        territorial sovereignty of such countries, including a 
        description of--
                  (A) the number of Russian military forces 
                that are present in each country;
                  (B) the location of Russian military forces 
                that are present in each country; and
                  (C) the types of Russian military force 
                structures that are present in each country.
  (b) Form.--The report required by subsection (a) shall be 
submitted in unclassified form, but may include a classified 
annex.
  (c) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the congressional defense committees;
          (2) the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the 
        Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
        Representatives; and
          (3) the Committee on Foreign Relations and the 
        Committee on Appropriations of the Senate.
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85. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cohen of Tennessee or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title X, insert the following:

SEC. 10__. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AUDIT REMEDIATION PLAN.

  Section 240g(a) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (2), by striking ``and'' at the end;
          (2) in paragraph (3), by striking the period and 
        inserting ``; and''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following new 
        paragraphs:
          ``(4) the amount spent by the Department on operating 
        and maintaining financial management systems during the 
        preceding five fiscal years; and
          ``(5) the amount spent by the Department on acquiring 
        or developing new financial management systems during 
        such five fiscal years.''.
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86. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cohen of Tennessee or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title XVII, add the following:

SEC. 17___. GAO STUDY ON THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE.

  (a) In General.--The Comptroller General of the United States 
shall conduct a study on the school to prison pipeline in order 
to--
          (1) highlight this issue;
          (2) offer proof of concept to States that evidence-
        based interventions, such as restorative practices, 
        are--
                  (A) more effective than punitive, 
                exclusionary measures;
                  (B) improve student achievement; and
                  (C) enhance public safety and student-well-
                being; and
          (3) determine the long-term benefits of replacing a 
        punitive approach to discipline with restorative 
        practices in schools, by analyzing the potential 
        savings generated by helping children stay in school 
        and out of the criminal justice system.
  (b) Cost-benefit Analysis.--The study conducted under 
subsection (a) shall include a cost-benefit analysis to 
determine the effectiveness and impact of school resource 
officers and local law enforcement personnel on school climate 
and student discipline.
  (c) Report.--Upon the conclusion of the study under 
subsection (a), the Comptroller General of the United States 
shall prepare and submit to Congress a report regarding the 
study and the conclusions and recommendations generated from 
the study.
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 87. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cole of Oklahoma or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title VII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 705. EXPANSION OF BENEFITS AVAILABLE UNDER TRICARE EXTENDED CARE 
                    HEALTH OPTION PROGRAM.

  (a) Extended Benefits for Eligible Dependents.--Subsection 
(e) of section 1079 of title 10, United States Code, is amended 
to read as follows:
  ``(e)(1) Extended benefits for eligible dependents under 
subsection (d) may include comprehensive health care services 
(including services necessary to maintain, or minimize or 
prevent deterioration of, function of the patient) and case 
management services with respect to the qualifying condition of 
such a dependent, and include, to the extent such benefits are 
not provided under provisions of this chapter other than under 
this section, the following:
          ``(A) Diagnosis and screening.
          ``(B) Inpatient, outpatient, and comprehensive home 
        health care supplies and services which may include 
        cost effective and medically appropriate services other 
        than part-time or intermittent services (within the 
        meaning of such terms as used in the second sentence of 
        section 1861(m) of the Social Security Act).
          ``(C) Rehabilitation and habilitation services and 
        devices.
          ``(D) Institutional care in private nonprofit, 
        public, and State institutions and facilities and, if 
        appropriate, transportation to and from such 
        institutions and facilities.
          ``(E) Custodial care, notwithstanding the prohibition 
        in section 1077(b)(1) of this title.
          ``(F) In accordance with paragraph (2), respite care 
        for the primary caregiver of the eligible dependent.
          ``(G) In accordance with paragraph (3), service and 
        modification of durable equipment and assistive 
        technology devices.
          ``(H) Special education.
          ``(I) Vocational training, which may be furnished to 
        an eligible dependent in the residence of the eligible 
        dependent or at a facility in which such training is 
        provided.
          ``(J) In accordance with paragraph (4), adaptations 
        to the private residence and vehicle of the eligible 
        dependent.
          ``(K) Such other services and supplies as determined 
        appropriate by the Secretary, notwithstanding the 
        limitations in subsection (a)(12).
  ``(2) Respite care under paragraph (1)(F) shall be provided 
subject to the following conditions:
          ``(A) Pursuant to regulations prescribed by the 
        Secretary for purposes of this paragraph, such respite 
        care shall be limited to--
                  ``(i) 50 hours per month for a primary 
                caregiver not covered by clause (ii); or
                  ``(ii) 40 hours per week for cases where the 
                Secretary determines that the plan of care for 
                the eligible dependent includes frequent 
                interventions by the primary caregiver.
          ``(B) Unused hours of respite care may not be carried 
        over to another month.
          ``(C) Such respite care may be provided to an 
        eligible beneficiary regardless of whether the eligible 
        beneficiary is receiving another benefit under this 
        subsection.
  ``(3)(A) Service and modification of durable equipment and 
assistive technology devices under paragraph (1)(G) may be 
provided only upon determination by the Secretary that the 
service or modification is necessary for the use of such 
equipment or device by the eligible dependent.
  ``(B) Service and modification of durable equipment and 
assistive technology devices under such paragraph may not be 
provided--
          ``(i) in the case of misuse, loss, or theft of the 
        equipment or device; or
          ``(ii) for a deluxe, luxury, or immaterial feature of 
        the equipment or device, as determined by the 
        Secretary.
  ``(C) Service and modification of durable equipment and 
assistive technology devices under such paragraph may include 
training of the eligible dependent and immediate family members 
of the eligible dependent on the use of the equipment or 
device.
  ``(4)(A) Adaptations to the private residence and vehicle of 
the eligible dependent under paragraph (1)(J) may be provided 
if such adaptations--
          ``(i) are determined to be medically necessary by the 
        provider responsible for the care of the eligible 
        dependent with respect to the qualifying condition; and
          ``(ii) are necessary to assist in--
                  ``(I) the reduction of the disabling effects 
                of the qualifying condition; or
                  ``(II) maintenance of the present 
                functionality of the eligible dependent.
  ``(B) With respect to a vehicle, adaptations may be provided 
under such paragraph if the vehicle is the primary means of 
transportation of the eligible dependent.''.
  (b) Conforming Amendment.--Subsection (f) of such section is 
amended by striking ``paragraph (3) or (4) of subsection (e)'' 
each place it appears and inserting ``subparagraph (C), (D), 
(G), (H), or (I) of subsection (e)(1)''.
  (c) Additional Requirements in Office of Special Needs Annual 
Report.--Section 1781c(g)(2) of title 10, United States Code, 
is amended--
          (1) by redesignating subparagraph (C) as subparagraph 
        (D); and
          (2) by inserting after subparagraph (B) the following 
        new subparagraph (C):
          ``(C) With respect to the Extended Care Health Option 
        program under section 1079(d) of ths title--
                  ``(i) the utilization rates of services under 
                such program by eligible dependents (as such 
                term is defined in such section) during the 
                prior year;
                  ``(ii) a description of gaps in such 
                services, as ascertained by the Secretary from 
                information provided by families of eligible 
                dependents;
                  ``(iii) an assessment of factors that prevent 
                knowledge of and access to such program, 
                including a discussion of actions the Secretary 
                may take to address these factors; and
                  ``(iv) an assessment of the average wait time 
                for an eligible dependent enrolled in the 
                program to access alternative health coverage 
                for a qualifying condition (as such term is 
                defined in such section), including a 
                discussion of any adverse health outcomes 
                associated with such wait.''.
  (d) Comptroller General Report.--The Comptroller General of 
the United States shall submit to Congress a report containing 
a study on caregiving available through programs such as State 
Home and Community Based Services and the Program of 
Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers of the 
Department of Veterans Affairs under section 1720G of title 38, 
United States Code. The report shall--
          (1) include input from payers, administrators, 
        consumers, and advocates in order to analyze best 
        practices for administering programs to support 
        caregivers of individuals with intellectual or physical 
        disabilities; and
          (2) compare the provision of respite and related care 
        through the Extended Care Health Option program under 
        section 1079(d) of title 10, United States Code, to 
        recognized best practices and, if needed, make 
        recommendations for improvement.
  (e) Effective Date.--The amendments made by this section 
shall take effect October 1, 2020.
  (f) Funding.--
          (1) Increase.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth 
        in the funding tables in division D, the amount 
        authorized to be appropriated in section 1405 for the 
        Defense Health Program, as specified in the 
        corresponding funding table in section 4501, for 
        Defense Health Program, In-House Care, is hereby 
        increased by $15,000,000.
          (2) Offset.--Notwithstanding the amounts set forth in 
        the funding tables in division D, the amount authorized 
        to be appropriated in section 1405 for the Defense 
        Health Program, as specified in the corresponding 
        funding table in section 4501, for Defense Health 
        Program, Private Sector Care, is hereby reduced by 
        $15,000,000.
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88. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Collins of Georgia or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title VII, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 7__. PROVISION OF HEARING AIDS FOR DEPENDENTS OF CERTAIN MEMBERS 
                    OF THE RESERVE COMPONENTS.

  Section 1077(g) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by striking ``In addition'' and inserting ``(1) 
        In addition''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  ``(2) For purposes of providing hearing aids under subsection 
(a)(16), a dependent of a member of the reserve components who 
is enrolled in the TRICARE program under section 1076d of this 
title shall be deemed to be a dependent of a member of the 
uniformed services on active duty.''.
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 89. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Connolly of Virginia 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1115, after line 5, insert the following new section 
(and amend the table of contents accordingly):

SEC. 1762. FEDRAMP AUTHORIZATION ACT.

  (a) Short Title.--This section may be cited as the ``Federal 
Risk and Authorization Management Program Authorization Act of 
2020'' or the ``FedRAMP Authorization Act''.
  (b) Codification of the FedRAMP Program.--
          (1) Amendment.--Chapter 36 of title 44, United States 
        Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new 
        sections:

``Sec. 3607. Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program

  ``(a) Establishment.--There is established within the General 
Services Administration the Federal Risk and Authorization 
Management Program. The Administrator of General Services, in 
accordance with the guidelines established pursuant to section 
3612, shall establish a governmentwide program that provides 
the authoritative standardized approach to security assessment 
and authorization for cloud computing products and services 
that process unclassified information used by agencies.
  ``(b) Components of Fedramp.--The Joint Authorization Board 
and the FedRAMP Program Management Office are established as 
components of FedRAMP.

``Sec. 3608. FedRAMP Program Management Office

  ``(a) GSA Duties.--
          ``(1) Roles and responsibilities.--The Administrator 
        of General Services shall--
                  ``(A) determine the categories and 
                characteristics of cloud computing information 
                technology goods or services that are within 
                the jurisdiction of FedRAMP and that require 
                FedRAMP authorization from the Joint 
                Authorization Board or the FedRAMP Program 
                Management Office;
                  ``(B) develop, coordinate, and implement a 
                process for the FedRAMP Program Management 
                Office, the Joint Authorization Board, and 
                agencies to review security assessments of 
                cloud computing services pursuant to 
                subsections (b) and (c) of section 3611, and 
                appropriate oversight of continuous monitoring 
                of cloud computing services; and
                  ``(C) ensure the continuous improvement of 
                FedRAMP.
          ``(2) Implementation.--The Administrator shall 
        oversee the implementation of FedRAMP, including--
                  ``(A) appointing a Program Director to 
                oversee the FedRAMP Program Management Office;
                  ``(B) hiring professional staff as may be 
                necessary for the effective operation of the 
                FedRAMP Program Management Office, and such 
                other activities as are essential to properly 
                perform critical functions;
                  ``(C) entering into interagency agreements to 
                detail personnel on a reimbursable or non-
                reimbursable basis to assist the FedRAMP 
                Program Management Office and the Joint 
                Authorization Board in discharging the 
                responsibilities of the Office under this 
                section; and
                  ``(D) such other actions as the Administrator 
                may determine necessary to carry out this 
                section.
  ``(b) Duties.--The FedRAMP Program Management Office shall 
have the following duties:
          ``(1) Provide guidance to independent assessment 
        organizations, validate the independent assessments, 
        and apply the requirements and guidelines adopted in 
        section 3609(c)(5).
          ``(2) Oversee and issue guidelines regarding the 
        qualifications, roles, and responsibilities of 
        independent assessment organizations.
          ``(3) Develop templates and other materials to 
        support the Joint Authorization Board and agencies in 
        the authorization of cloud computing services to 
        increase the speed, effectiveness, and transparency of 
        the authorization process, consistent with standards 
        defined by the National Institute of Standards and 
        Technology.
          ``(4) Establish and maintain a public comment process 
        for proposed guidance before the issuance of such 
        guidance by FedRAMP.
          ``(5) Issue FedRAMP authorization for any 
        authorizations to operate issued by an agency that 
        meets the requirements and guidelines described in 
        paragraph (1).
          ``(6) Establish frameworks for agencies to use 
        authorization packages processed by the FedRAMP Program 
        Management Office and Joint Authorization Board.
          ``(7) Coordinate with the Secretary of Defense and 
        the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish a 
        framework for continuous monitoring and reporting 
        required of agencies pursuant to section 3553.
          ``(8) Establish a centralized and secure repository 
        to collect and share necessary data, including security 
        authorization packages, from the Joint Authorization 
        Board and agencies to enable better sharing and reuse 
        to such packages across agencies.
  ``(c) Evaluation of Automation Procedures.--
          ``(1) In general.--The FedRAMP Program Management 
        Office shall assess and evaluate available automation 
        capabilities and procedures to improve the efficiency 
        and effectiveness of the issuance of provisional 
        authorizations to operate issued by the Joint 
        Authorization Board and FedRAMP authorizations, 
        including continuous monitoring of cloud environments 
        and among cloud environments.
          ``(2) Means for automation.--Not later than 1 year 
        after the date of the enactment of this section and 
        updated annually thereafter, the FedRAMP Program 
        Management Office shall establish a means for the 
        automation of security assessments and reviews.
  ``(d) Metrics for Authorization.--The FedRAMP Program 
Management Office shall establish annual metrics regarding the 
time and quality of the assessments necessary for completion of 
a FedRAMP authorization process in a manner that can be 
consistently tracked over time in conjunction with the periodic 
testing and evaluation process pursuant to section 3554 in a 
manner that minimizes the agency reporting burden.

``Sec. 3609. Joint Authorization Board

  ``(a) Establishment.--There is established the Joint 
Authorization Board which shall consist of cloud computing 
experts, appointed by the Director in consultation with the 
Administrator, from each of the following:
          ``(1) The Department of Defense.
          ``(2) The Department of Homeland Security.
          ``(3) The General Services Administration.
          ``(4) Such other agencies as determined by the 
        Director, in consultation with the Administrator.
  ``(b) Issuance of Provisional Authorizations to Operate.--The 
Joint Authorization Board shall conduct security assessments of 
cloud computing services and issue provisional authorizations 
to operate to cloud service provid