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117th Congress }                                          { Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 2nd Session   }                                          { 117-241

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PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 3485) TO IMPOSE SANCTIONS 
   ON FOREIGN PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONALLY 
 RECOGNIZED HUMAN RIGHTS AGAINST LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, 
   QUEER AND INTERSEX (LGBTQI) INDIVIDUALS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; 
PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4445) TO AMEND TITLE 9 OF 
    THE UNITED STATES CODE WITH RESPECT TO ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES 
     INVOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT; PROVIDING FOR 
  CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4521) TO PROVIDE FOR A COORDINATED 
     FEDERAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE TO ENSURE CONTINUED UNITED STATES 
       LEADERSHIP IN ENGINEERING BIOLOGY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

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PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 3485) TO IMPOSE SANCTIONS 
   ON FOREIGN PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONALLY 
 RECOGNIZED HUMAN RIGHTS AGAINST LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, 
   QUEER AND INTERSEX (LGBTQI) INDIVIDUALS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; 
PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4445) TO AMEND TITLE 9 OF 
    THE UNITED STATES CODE WITH RESPECT TO ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES 
     INVOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT; PROVIDING FOR 
  CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4521) TO PROVIDE FOR A COORDINATED 
     FEDERAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE TO ENSURE CONTINUED UNITED STATES 
       LEADERSHIP IN ENGINEERING BIOLOGY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
       
       
117th Congress }                                          { Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 2nd Session   }                                          { 117-241

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PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 3485) TO IMPOSE SANCTIONS 
   ON FOREIGN PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONALLY 
 RECOGNIZED HUMAN RIGHTS AGAINST LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, 
   QUEER AND INTERSEX (LGBTQI) INDIVIDUALS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; 
PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4445) TO AMEND TITLE 9 OF 
    THE UNITED STATES CODE WITH RESPECT TO ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES 
     INVOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT; PROVIDING FOR 
  CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4521) TO PROVIDE FOR A COORDINATED 
     FEDERAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE TO ENSURE CONTINUED UNITED STATES 
       LEADERSHIP IN ENGINEERING BIOLOGY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

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117th Congress }                                          { Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 2nd Session   }                                          { 117-241

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PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 3485) TO IMPOSE SANCTIONS 
   ON FOREIGN PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONALLY 
 RECOGNIZED HUMAN RIGHTS AGAINST LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, 
   QUEER AND INTERSEX (LGBTQI) INDIVIDUALS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; 
PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4445) TO AMEND TITLE 9 OF 
    THE UNITED STATES CODE WITH RESPECT TO ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES 
     INVOLVING SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT; PROVIDING FOR 
  CONSIDERATION OF THE BILL (H.R. 4521) TO PROVIDE FOR A COORDINATED 
     FEDERAL RESEARCH INITIATIVE TO ENSURE CONTINUED UNITED STATES 
       LEADERSHIP IN ENGINEERING BIOLOGY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

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                Ms. Ross, from the Committee on Rules, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                       [To accompany H. Res. 900]

    The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration 
House Resolution 900, by a record vote of 8 to 4, 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. 3485, the 
Global Respect Act, under a structured rule. The resolution 
provides one hour of general debate on the bill equally divided 
and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the 
Committee on Foreign Affairs or their respective designees. 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 117-30 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 following debate, each 
further amendment printed in part A of this report not earlier 
considered as part of amendments en bloc pursuant to section 3 
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 
Foreign Affairs or his designee may offer amendments en bloc 
consisting of further amendments printed in part A of this 
report not earlier disposed of. Amendments en bloc shall be 
considered as read, shall be debatable for 20 minutes equally 
divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member 
of the Committee on Foreign Affairs 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 part A of 
this report and amendments en bloc described in section 3 of 
the resolution. The resolution provides one motion to recommit. 
The resolution further provides for consideration of H.R. 4445, 
the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual 
Harassment Act of 2021, under a structured rule. The resolution 
provides one hour of general debate on the bill equally divided 
and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the 
Committee on the Judiciary or their designees.
    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 117-29 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 makes in order the further 
amendment printed in Part B of this report, if offered by the 
member designated in this report, which shall be considered as 
read, shall be debatable for the time specified in this report 
equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an 
opponent, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of 
the question. The resolution waives all points of order against 
the amendment printed in part B of this report. The resolution 
provides for one motion to recommit. The resolution further 
provides for consideration of H.R. 4521, the America COMPETES 
Act of 2022, under a structured rule. The resolution provides 
two hours of general debate equally divided and controlled by 
the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on 
Science, Space, and Technology or their designees.
    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 117-31, modified by the amendment 
printed in part C of this report, 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 following 
debate, each further amendment printed in part D of this report 
not earlier considered as part of amendments en bloc pursuant 
to section 8 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 8 of the 
resolution provides that at any time after debate the chair of 
the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology or her designee 
may offer amendments en bloc consisting of further amendments 
printed in part D of this report not earlier disposed of. 
Amendments en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be 
debatable for 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the 
chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Science, 
Space, and Technology 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 part D of this report and 
amendments en bloc described in section 8 of the resolution. 
The resolution provides one motion to recommit. The resolution 
provides that House Resolution 188, agreed to March 8, 2021 (as 
most recently amended by House Resolution 860, agreed to 
January 11, 2022), is amended by striking ``February 4, 2022'' 
each place it appears and inserting (in each instance) ``April 
1, 2022''. The resolution provides that proceedings may be 
postponed through March 3, 2022, on measures that were the 
object of motions to suspend the rules on the legislative day 
of February 1, 2022, and on which the yeas and nays were 
ordered.

                         EXPLANATION OF WAIVERS

    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
consideration of H.R. 3485, 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. 3485, as amended, 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 
the amendments to H.R. 3485 printed in part A of this report 
and 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.
    The waiver of all points of order against consideration of 
H.R. 4445 includes a waiver of clause 3(d)(1) of rule XIII, 
which requires the inclusion of committee cost estimate in a 
committee report. A CBO cost estimate on H.R. 4445 was not 
available at the time the Committee on the Judiciary filed its 
report.
    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
provisions in H.R. 4445, as amended, 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 
the amendment to H.R. 4445 printed in part B of this report 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. 4521 includes waivers of the following:
    --Clause 3(d)(1) of rule XIII, which requires the inclusion 
of committee cost estimate in a committee report. A CBO cost 
estimate on H.R. 4521 was not available at the time the 
Committee on Space, Science, and Technology filed its report.
    --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.
    The waiver of all points of order against provisions in 
H.R. 4521, as amended, 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 5(a) of rule XXI, which prohibits a bill carrying 
a tax or tariff measure from being reported by a committee not 
having jurisdiction to report tax or tariff measures.
    Although the resolution waives all points of order against 
the amendments to H.R. 4521 printed in part D of this report 
and amendments en bloc described in section 8 of the 
resolution, the Committee is not aware of any points of order. 
The waiver is prophylactic in nature.

                            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. 183

    Motion by Mr. Cole to strike the language in the rule that 
would continue the tolling of days for Resolutions of Inquiry. 
Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 184

    Motion by Mr. Cole to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 to make 
in order amendment #190, offered by Rep. Walberg (MI), which 
adds a section to prohibit the President from revoking 
Presidential permits relating to cross-border energy 
facilities. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 185

    Motion by Mr. Cole to amend the rule to H.R. 3485 to make 
in order amendment #10, offered by Rep. Perry (PA), which 
precludes the sanctions prescribed in the legislation from 
being used against individuals exercising their freedom of 
speech, religion, and association. Also prevents sanctions 
prescribed in the legislation from being used against 
individuals with sincerely held religious or conscience-based 
beliefs. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 186

    Motion by Mr. Burgess to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 to 
make in order amendment #287, offered by Rep. Bice (OK), which 
redirects $8 billion from the Green Climate Fund to US 
INDOPACIFIC Command to deter the People's Republic of China. 
Defeated: 4-9

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................          Nay
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 187

    Motion by Mr. Burgess to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 to 
make in order amendment #465, offered by Rep. Wenstrup (OH), 
which prohibits the use of Federal funds to conduct or support 
gain-of-function research involving potential pandemic 
pathogens by China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, or other foreign 
adversaries. Defeated: 4-9

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................          Nay
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 188

    Motion by Mr. Reschenthaler to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 
to make in order amendment #18, offered by Rep. Reschenthaler 
(PA), which prohibits funds from this legislation from 
supporting the EcoHealth Alliance, Inc. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 189

    Motion by Mr. Reschenthaler to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 
to make in order amendment #158, offered by Rep. Carter (GA), 
which prohibits funds made available to carry out this Act from 
being used to support the Ministry of Health of the People's 
Republic of China. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 190

    Motion by Mrs. Fischbach to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 to 
make in order amendment #73, offered by Rep. Allen (GA), which 
restricts the National Science Foundation from awarding grants 
and other forms of assistance to Chinese Communist military 
companies and their affiliates. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 191

    Motion by Mrs. Fischbach to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 to 
make in order amendment #198, offered by Rep. Curtis (UT), 
which requires a report on how U.S. taxpayer money benefitted 
China. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 192

    Motion by Mrs. Fischbach to amend the rule to H.R. 4521 to 
make in order amendment #113, offered by Rep. Stefanik (NY), 
which prohibits institutions of higher education that maintain 
a contract with a Confucius Institute from receiving any 
federal funds. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 193

    Motion by Mrs. Fischbach to amend the rule to H.R. 4445 to 
make in order amendment #1, offered by Rep. Fitzgerald (WI), 
which limits attorneys' fees to a reasonable percentage of the 
recovery. Defeated: 4-8

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Nay   Mr. Cole..........................          Yea
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Nay   Mr. Burgess.......................          Yea
Mr. Raskin......................................          Nay   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Yea
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Nay   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Yea
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Nay
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Nay
Ms. Ross........................................          Nay
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr. McGovern, Chairman..........................          Nay
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Rules Committee record vote No. 194

    Motion by Ms. Ross to report the rule. Adopted: 8-4

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                Majority Members                      Vote               Minority Members               Vote
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Mrs. Torres.....................................          Yea   Mr. Cole..........................          Nay
Mr. Perlmutter..................................          Yea   Mr. Burgess.......................          Nay
Mr. Raskin......................................          Yea   Mr. Reschenthaler.................          Nay
Ms. Scanlon.....................................          Yea   Mrs. Fischbach....................          Nay
Mr. Morelle.....................................          Yea
Mr. DeSaulnier..................................          Yea
Ms. Ross........................................          Yea
Mr. Neguse......................................  ............
Mr.McGovern, Chairman...........................          Yea
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     SUMMARY OF THE AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 3485 IN PART A MADE IN ORDER

    1. Crist (FL): Authorizes the President to exempt certain 
immediate family members who themselves face persecution from 
possible inadmissibility or revocation of visas. (10 minutes)
    2. Gottheimer (NJ): Requires a study from the Secretary of 
State examining risks to LGBTQI individuals at a regional 
bureau level. (10 minutes)
    3. Harder (CA): Prevents any provisions of the bill from 
imposing sanctions or taking actions against any foreign 
individual based solely upon religious belief. (10 minutes)
    4. Manning (NC): Adds torture to the list of violations of 
human rights for which the President may impose sanctions. (10 
minutes)
    5. Porter (CA): Requires a report to Congress on 
individuals responsible for violations of human rights against 
LGBTQI people be submitted in an unclassified form and 
published on a publicly available State Department website, and 
the report may include a classified annex. (10 minutes)
    6. Williams (GA): Commissions a report on how the 
Department of State can coordinate internationally to 
proactively prevent human rights violations against individuals 
based on actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender 
identity, or sex characteristics. (10 minutes)

     SUMMARY OF THE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4445 IN PART B MADE IN ORDER

    1. Buck (CO), Bishop, Dan (NC), Bustos (IL), Griffith (VA), 
Biggs (AZ): Clarifies that, for the purposes of the bill, 
sexual harassment dispute is defined as a dispute relating to 
conduct that allegedly constitutes sexual harassment under 
applicable Federal, Tribal, or State sexual harassment laws. 
(10 minutes)

 SUMMARY OF THE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4521 IN PART C CONSIDERED AS ADOPTED

    1. Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX): Makes technical 
corrections, fixes errors, amends citations and makes 
conforming changes, such as for US insular areas, to Divisions 
A, B, C, D, G, H, J and L. Modifies the reporting timeline for 
Sec. 10001 in Division A. Includes clarifying changes, enhances 
federal coordination, adds worker protections, amends 
definitions and removes signature authority for DOE lab 
directors to Division B. Updates definitions and adds worker 
protections to Division C. Enhances federal coordination and 
adds relevant agencies to Division D. Details specific 
accountability benchmarks as it relates to the G20 Common 
Framework to Division G. Adds USTR to the Coral Reef Task Force 
in Division H. Strikes language that prohibited the Secretary 
from carrying out International Education Programs unless the 
appropriation exceeded $69,353,000 and strikes language that 
would allow the Madison Foundation to invest assets in the 
private market in Division J. This amendment makes 
clarifications to the TAA Title and changes the number of days 
for implementation of the de minimis rule in Division K.

     SUMMARY OF THE AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 4521 IN PART D MADE IN ORDER

    1. Adams (NC), Suozzi (NY), Williams (GA), Strickland (WA), 
Bush, Cori (MO), Hayes (CT), Clyburn (SC), Manning (NC): 
Increases funding for the Capacity Building Program for 
Developing Universities, ensures that like institutions only 
compete with like institutions, and expands eligibility to 
ensure that HBCU's and MSIs that do not have R1 status can 
receive funds. (10 minutes)
    2. Auchincloss (MA): Amends Division D Section 30241 
Subtitle G to read ``to counter the PRC Government's efforts to 
spread disinformation and disburse vaccines in exchange for 
exploitative concessions in low- to middle-income countries 
while maintaining US engagement with and support for 
multilateral vaccine procurement and equitable distribution.'' 
(10 minutes)
    3. Auchincloss (MA): Amends Division D Section 30216 line 
22 and inserts ``auto-disable syringes,'' after 
``diagnostics,''. (10 minutes)
    4. Auchincloss (MA): Amends Division B, Title IV to require 
that NIST, as part of the proposed National Engineering Biology 
Research and Development Initiative, support discovery, 
innovation, and production that will encourage shared protocols 
and interoperability in engineering biology innovation. Also 
directs Initiative to support the development of 
biomanufacturing testbeds based on open standards and protocols 
to scale up engineering biology research. (10 minutes)
    5. Auchincloss (MA): Directs the Treasury Department and 
the State Department to conduct a study on the management of 
sanctions against specific Afghan individuals in order to 
operate a foreign trade zone in Afghanistan while maintaining 
the United States' national security interests. (10 minutes)
    6. Balderson (OH), Hinson (IA): Strikes section 30606--
Global Climate Change Resilience Strategy and section 30609--
Green Climate Fund. (10 minutes)
    7. Balderson (OH): Inserts the text of H.R. 2559, the 
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety and Oversight Improvements Act. 
(10 minutes)
    8. Banks (IN), Boebert, Lauren (CO), Wilson, Joe (SC): 
Requires a determination into whether certain Chinese companies 
implicated in using Uyghur forced labor meet the criteria for 
sanctions under the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020, and 
the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. (10 minutes)
    9. Bass (CA): Requires feasibility of expanding YALI to 
northern African countries in initial annual report; says YALI 
should network with other similar programs); adds a diversity 
requirement to implementation plan so more strategic locations 
in Africa are represented; and changes the age of the Mandela 
program from 18-35 to 25-35 and includes Mandela Washington 
Fellowship, YALI network, and Regional Leadership Centers as 
the three main programs of the Initiative. (10 minutes)
    10. Beatty (OH): Adds to Division A a Sense of Congress 
that CHIPS Act funds should be allocated in a manner that, in 
consultation with the Director of the Minority Business 
Development Agency, adequately addresses the inclusion of 
economically disadvantaged individuals and small businesses. 
(10 minutes)
    11. Beatty (OH): Establishes an Office of Opportunity and 
Inclusion in the Dept. of Commerce to develop standards related 
to existing CHIPS Act obligations regarding economically 
disadvantaged individuals. (10 minutes)
    12. Bera (CA): Replaces Section 30124, the ``Strategy on 
Deterrence of Economic Coercion'' with legislation creating a 
task force to counter China's economic coercion. (10 minutes)
    13. Bice (OK): Prevents the $8 billion authorized for the 
Green Climate Fund from being appropriated until the President 
submits a report to Congress detailing the process and analysis 
used in setting the United States' emissions reduction target. 
(10 minutes)
    14. Blunt Rochester (DE): Ensures NIST is supporting 
educational activities with the Manufacturing Extension 
Partnership for HBCUs, TCUs, and other minority serving 
institutions. (10 minutes)
    15. Bonamici (OR), Gonzalez-Colon, Jenniffer (PR), Crist 
(FL), Pingree (ME), Posey (FL): Reauthorizes the Federal Ocean 
Acidification Research and Monitoring Act funding for NOAA and 
the NSF. Expands the definition of ocean acidification to 
include estuaries, creates an Advisory Board to advise on 
coastal and ocean acidification research and monitoring, and 
directs NOAA to establish a data archive system that processes, 
stores, and provides access to ocean acidification data. (10 
minutes)
    16. Bonamici (OR), Castor (FL): Directs the OSTP Director 
to develop a national circular economy that includes: a vision 
for how the science and technology enterprise should support 
the development of a circular economy, identification of key 
public and private stakeholders that may contribute to or 
benefit from a transition to a circular economy, and 
recommendations on specific Federal policies needed to drive 
this transition. (10 minutes)
    17. Bonamici (OR), Langevin (RI): Directs the National 
Science Foundation to award Mathematics and Science Education 
Partnerships grants to develop STEM educational curriculums 
that incorporate art and design to promote creativity and 
innovation. Adds a requirement that Teacher Institutes for the 
21st Century funded under the Mathematics and Science Education 
Partnerships grant program have a component that includes the 
integration of art and design principles and processes. (10 
minutes)
    18. Bonamici (OR), Posey (FL), Pingree (ME), Huffman (CA), 
Beyer (VA): Creates an Interagency Working Group on Blue 
Carbon, led by NOAA, to oversee the development of a national 
map of blue carbon ecosystems. (10 minutes)
    19. Bonamici (OR), Pappas (NH), Huffman (CA): Directs 
existing ocean-focused interagency committees to coordinate 
overlapping data collection, align supercomputing and data 
storage efforts, develop cross-agency databases, and support 
consistent archiving practices, and assesses the potential for 
an Advanced Research Project Agency-Oceans (ARPA-O). (10 
minutes)
    20. Bonamici (OR), Leger Fernandez (NM): Directs the 
Secretary of Labor to award funding to eligible entities, 
including sector partnerships, in the infrastructure industry. 
(10 minutes)
    21. Bowman (NY), Nadler (NY), Meng (NY): Waives cost-
sharing requirements for certain National Science Foundation 
grant programs related to STEM education for a period of 5 
years. (10 minutes)
    22. Bowman (NY): Directs the State Department, in 
coordination with Department of Energy and in consultation with 
appropriate agencies, to report on the impact of U.S. sanctions 
on innovation, emissions reduction, climate cooperation, and 
economic justice. (10 minutes)
    23. Bowman (NY): Adds provisions related to pursuing green 
``parallel initiatives'' with China when appropriate, and if 
projects are held to the highest possible standards, in order 
to increase the total global resources available for mitigating 
climate change, and strengthens the emphasis on expanding 
equitable access to renewable energy in developing countries. 
(10 minutes)
    24. Brownley (CA): Adds ``alternative proteins'' to USDA 
research and development list. (10 minutes)
    25. Budd (NC): Requires an intelligence assessment to 
determine the degree to which, if any, the Russian Federation 
has coordinated with the People's Republic of China regarding a 
potential further invasion of Ukraine. (10 minutes)
    26. Burgess (TX): Strikes Sections 80301 and 80302 that 
create a new classification of ``W'' visas for start-ups. (10 
minutes)
    27. Burgess (TX), Budd (NC), Johnson, Bill (OH): Transfers 
funding from the Solar component manufacturing supply chain 
assistance program to the strategic transformer reserve and 
resilience program to prioritize funding for the resilience of 
the U.S. electric grid. (10 minutes)
    28. Burgess (TX): Prohibits the use of Title 42 Special Pay 
Authority for certain agencies. (10 minutes)
    29. Burgess (TX), Johnson, Bill (OH), Crenshaw (TX), 
Luetkemeyer (MO), McKinley (WV): Strikes Section 30609 that 
authorizes $8 billion for the UN's Green Climate Fund. (10 
minutes)
    30. Burgess (TX), McKinley (WV): Prevents any federal funds 
from being used by any department or agency to acquire KN-95 
respirator masks produced or manufactured in the People's 
Republic of China if N-95 respirator masks produced or 
manufactured in the United States of the same safety standard 
are available in reasonable quantity. (10 minutes)
    31. Bush, Cori (MO): Directs the Secretary of State, in 
coordination with the USAID Administrator, to expand global 
testing capacity, vaccination distribution, and acquisition 
needed medical supplies, including available COVID-19 vaccines, 
to ensure success in ending the pandemic globally. (10 minutes)
    32. Bush, Cori (MO): Conducts a comprehensive assessment to 
measure the impact of oil spills and plastic ingestion on sea 
life. (10 minutes)
    33. Bush, Cori (MO), Adams (NC): Encourages public colleges 
and universities to facilitate the seamless transfer of course 
credit earned in the postsecondary STEM pathway directly to 
out-of-state public institutions and private, nonprofit HBCUs, 
TCUs, and MSIs. This will help build pathways for students of 
color in states that do not have an in-state HBCU or TCU to 
smoothly transfer their STEM course credits to out-of-state 
HBCUs, TCUs, and MSIs. (10 minutes)
    34. Bush, Cori (MO), Clarke, Yvette (NY): Codifies the 
Biden Administration's commitment to deploy 30 gigawatts of 
offshore wind energy in the United States by 2030. (10 minutes)
    35. Bush, Cori (MO): Revises the Solar Component 
Manufacturing Supply Chain Assistance Program to permit support 
for facilities that have the ability to manufacture solar 
components. (10 minutes)
    36. Bush, Cori (MO): Studies the impacts of U.S. and 
multilateral regulations and sanctions, including the 
environmental and public health impacts of natural resource 
exploitation. (10 minutes)
    37. Cammack, Kat (FL): Strikes Sec. 30609 that authorizes 
$8 billion for the UN Green Climate Fund. (10 minutes)
    38. Case (HI): Orders a comprehensive study into offshore 
aquaculture including the environmental impact, identification 
of control technologies and practices to minimize environmental 
impacts, and assessment on the impact of international offshore 
aquaculture industries on the U.S. seafood market. (10 minutes)
    39. Case (HI): Directs the Secretary of State, in 
coordination with the Secretary of the Interior and in 
consultation with other relevant Federal departments and 
agencies, to submit to the appropriate congressional committees 
a report on international indigenous engagement. (10 minutes)
    40. Case (HI): Establishes a program for the professional 
development of young adult leaders and professionals in the 
Pacific Islands similar to the Young Southeast Asian Leaders 
Initiative (YSEALI) and the Young African Leaders Initiative 
(YALI). (10 minutes)
    41. Casten (IL): Enables alternative financing to 
accelerate maintenance and general infrastructure projects at 
Department of Energy laboratories. (10 minutes)
    42. Castor (FL): Enhances domestic manufacturing 
competitiveness by supporting the first three commercial-scale 
implementations of transformative industrial technologies. (10 
minutes)
    43. Castro (TX): Adding an industry to the list of 
``creation and expansions'' of apprenticeships to include 
``media and entertainment.'' (10 minutes)
    44. Chabot (OH), Sherman (CA): Adds the text of the 
Tropical Forest and Coral Reef Conservation Reauthorization Act 
which authorizes funding for the Tropical Forest and Coral Reef 
Conservation Act of 1998 for FY2022-2026. (10 minutes)
    45. Cheney (WY): Directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
coordination with the Secretary of Energy and the Secretary of 
Commerce, to conduct an assessment of the effect on national 
security that would result from uranium ceasing to be 
designated as a critical mineral by the Secretary of the 
Interior under section 7002(c) of the Energy Act of 2020, and 
prevents the alteration or elimination of Uranium as a critical 
mineral until that assessment is complete. Defines 
``Congressional Defense Committees'' for clarity, and adds a 
180 day requirement for completion of the report. (10 minutes)
    46. Chu (CA), Raskin (MD), Pressley (MA), Meng (NY), Takano 
(CA), Kahele (HI), Bonamici (OR), Bowman (NY): Expresses the 
sense of Congress on the importance of opposing the targeting 
of Chinese researchers and academics based on race. (10 
minutes)
    47. Cohen (TN), Wilson, Joe (SC), Malinowski (NJ), Curtis 
(UT): Mandates a public listing by country of stolen assets 
recovered in the United States and authorizes public visa bans 
against foreign individuals who demand bribes. (10 minutes)
    48. Connolly (VA): Creates an E-4 treaty trader visa 
category for up to 15,000 nationals of South Korea each fiscal 
year who are coming to the United States solely to perform 
specialty occupation services, subject to various requirements. 
(10 minutes)
    49. Costa (CA), Gonzalez, Vicente (TX), Garamendi (CA): 
Requires a report within 180 days reviewing the involvement of 
the People's Republic of China, state sponsored companies, and 
companies incorporated in the PRC in the ownership, operation, 
or otherwise involvement in mining or processing facilities in 
countries from which the United States imports minerals, 
metals, and materials, and evaluating the strategic and 
national security implications for the United States of such 
involvement. (10 minutes)
    50. Courtney (CT), Larsen, Rick (WA), Bera (CA), Luria 
(VA), Case (HI), Kilmer (WA): Expressing a Sense of Congress 
that it is in the national interest for the United States to 
become a formal signatory of the United Nations Convention on 
the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). (10 minutes)
    51. Craig (MN), Stauber (MN): Inserts the full text of the 
bipartisan Supporting Apprenticeship Colleges Act, which 
authorizes Department of Education grants for academic advising 
and community outreach to construction and manufacturing 
oriented apprenticeship colleges. (10 minutes)
    52. Craig (MN), Axne (IA), Delgado (NY), Pingree (ME), 
Hayes (CT), Kuster (NH), Bustos (IL), Johnson, Dusty (SD), 
Costa (CA), Allred (TX), Schrier (WA): Directs the newly 
created position of the Assistant Secretary for Supply Chain 
Resilience and Crisis Response to evaluate the stability of the 
Agriculture and Food System supply chain. Also directs the new 
Assistant Secretary to provide a report to Congress on 
vulnerabilities in this supply chain and ways to address those 
vulnerabilities. (10 minutes)
    53. Crenshaw (TX): Requires a report on the negative 
impacts One Belt, One Road (OBOR) participation has on 
countries that take part. The report is to be shared with OBOR 
participants and potential participants so as to dissuade 
further participation in OBOR. (10 minutes)
    54. Crenshaw (TX): Expresses the sense of Congress that 
China is not a developing nation, but is industrialized and 
therefore any agreements that advantage China as a ``developing 
nation'' should be updated to reflect China's actual status as 
industrialized. (10 minutes)
    55. Crenshaw (TX): Requires a classified report on what is 
needed to bypass China's ``great firewall'' and provide 
uncensored media to the Chinese people. (10 minutes)
    56. Crenshaw (TX): Requires that the Department of State to 
provide an annual briefing to Congress on China's progress and 
efforts to meet emission goals and commitments. (10 minutes)
    57. Curtis (UT), Langevin (RI): Strengthens the Olympic 
section by stating the IOC should develop a framework for 
reprimanding or disqualifying host cities and the countries in 
which they are located if the governments of such countries are 
actively committing mass atrocities during the Olympic and 
Paralympic bidding process or between a city's election as a 
host city and the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games 
that its government is hosting. (10 minutes)
    58. Davids (KS), Wild (PA): Adds that HHS must consider 
small and medium sized manufacturers when establishing 
partnerships and cooperative agreements with manufacturers and 
distributors in the supply chain flexibility manufacturing 
pilot for the Strategic National Stockpile. (10 minutes)
    59. Davis, Rodney (IL), Schrier (WA), O'Halleran (AZ), 
Salazar (FL), Meijer (MI), Johnson, Bill (OH), Newhouse (WA), 
Hinson (IA), McKinley (WV), Budd (NC), Bost (IL), Kilmer (WA), 
Case (HI), Garbarino (NY), Spanberger (VA), Miller-Meeks (IA), 
Doyle (PA), Stauber (MN), Feenstra (IA), Kuster (NH): Adds the 
text of the Critical Infrastructure Manufacturing Feasibility 
Act to the bill which directs the Secretary of Commerce to 
conduct a study on the feasibility of manufacturing more goods 
in the United States, in particular, products that are key to 
our critical infrastructure sectors--the purpose is to see how 
supply chain issues can better be mitigated, and how more 
goods, along with jobs, can be created in the United States. 
(10 minutes)
    60. DeLauro (CT), Mace (SC), DeFazio (OR), Levin, Andy 
(MI), Cooper (TN), Neguse (CO): Prohibits the possession, 
transport, and sale of captively raised mink for fur 
production. (10 minutes)
    61. DelBene (WA), Clarke, Yvette (NY), Lieu (CA): Adds 
``immersive technology'' as a key technology focus area. (10 
minutes)
    62. DelBene (WA), Mace (SC), Strickland (WA): Amends 
Section 30612 to clarify the exemption for aircraft from the 
definition of electronic waste. (10 minutes)
    63. DelBene (WA), Larsen, Rick (WA): Strengthens existing 
GAO reporting requirements by requiring GAO to examine how 
semiconductor projects are supporting the needs of critical 
infrastructure industries in the United States. (10 minutes)
    64. Delgado (NY): Amends technology and innovation hub 
eligibility to support modernization and innovation in the 
manufacturing sector. (10 minutes)
    65. Dingell (MI): Establishes a Climate Change Education 
Program at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 
to increase climate literacy, and it also establishes a grant 
program for climate change education. (10 minutes)
    66. Doyle (PA), Spanberger (VA): Amends the Clean 
Industrial Technology Act to add Commercial Deployment of new 
efficient technologies for industrial facilities and authorizes 
funding for the deployment. (10 minutes)
    67. Escobar (TX): Includes environmental defenders to 
mitigate the impacts of climate change and work with allies and 
partners to ensure a level playing field exists when it comes 
to climate action. (10 minutes)
    68. Escobar (TX): Directs CBP to develop metrics to measure 
how procured technologies have helped deter or address 
irregular migration along the southern border, including ways 
in which technologies have altered migration routes and 
patterns. (10 minutes)
    69. Escobar (TX): Directs the Secretary of Homeland 
Security, in coordination with the Secretary of Commerce, to 
submit to Congress a report that contains an assessment of the 
current standards and guidelines for managing ports of entry 
under the control of the Department of Homeland Security. (10 
minutes)
    70. Escobar (TX): Requires a report to Congress on the 
implementation of measurable and sustainable development 
practices and an assessment of resources related to achieving 
carbon dioxide emission reduction targets for 2025 and 2030. 
(10 minutes)
    71. Escobar (TX): Expresses a sense of Congress that the 
United States' engagement with the leaders of the Western 
Hemisphere is critical to addressing our region's shared 
challenges and opportunities. (10 minutes)
    72. Escobar (TX): Requires the Director of National 
Intelligence in coordination with other departments and 
agencies to submit a report to Congress on the existence of any 
security risks and threats posed by China to upcoming U.S. 
Federal elections. (10 minutes)
    73. Escobar (TX): Creates a set aside for small businesses 
in economically disadvantaged areas within the Solar Component 
Manufacturing Supply Chain Assistance program. (10 minutes)
    74. Escobar (TX): Prohibits the use of any funds authorized 
to be appropriated or otherwise made available under this Act 
to be used for publicity or propaganda purposes not authorized 
by the Congress. (10 minutes)
    75. Eshoo (CA): Amends a requirement for an existing GAO 
study to include an evaluation of demand-side incentives for 
alleviating semiconductor shortages. (10 minutes)
    76. Eshoo (CA), Timmons (SC), Raskin (MD), Case (HI): 
Directs CISA to publish an annual report to promote evidence-
based policies and controls that small entities (i.e., small 
businesses, nonprofits, local governments) may employ to 
improve cybersecurity; and requires a Commerce Department 
annual report on barriers small entities face in implementing 
cybersecurity policies and controls. (10 minutes)
    77. Eshoo (CA), Chu (CA): Directs the President to ensure 
that the provisions of the America COMPETES Act which are aimed 
at countering the influence of the Chinese Communist Party are 
implemented in a manner that does not result in discrimination 
against people of Asian descent. (10 minutes)
    78. Fallon (TX): Authorizes the hiring of 10 additional 
staff for the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets 
Control to carry out activities associated with the People's 
Republic of China. (10 minutes)
    79. Feenstra (IA): Establishes a Sustainable Aviation Fuel 
Working Group in the Department of Energy. (10 minutes)
    80. Fitzgerald (WI): Includes clearly defined program 
metrics, goals, and targets in Section 30113's reporting 
requirements. (10 minutes)
    81. Fitzgerald (WI), Stanton (AZ): Requires the Federal 
Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) 
Antitrust Division to monitor and take foreign government 
subsidies into account in the premerger notification processes. 
The FTC and DOJ jointly would develop disclosure requirements 
of foreign government subsidies for companies operating in the 
United States. (10 minutes)
    82. Fortenberry (NE), Meng (NY), Carter, Buddy (GA), 
Quigley (IL): Adds the text of the Eliminate, Neutralize, and 
Disrupt Wildlife Trafficking Act, which continues the work with 
international partners, including nations, nongovernmental 
organizations, and the private sector, to identify long-
standing and emerging challenges related to wildlife poaching 
and trafficking. This Act supports activities to halt 
trafficking and poaching of rare and endangered species sold 
internationally for food, medicine and vanity. A Presidential 
Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking supports in country and 
regional training, law enforcement and oversight to assure 
species are protected across the globe. (10 minutes)
    83. Foster (IL), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH), Casten (IL), 
Meijer (MI): Authorizes the Secretary of Energy to upgrade the 
nuclear research capabilities of universities in the United 
States to meet the research requirements of advanced nuclear 
energy systems. Additionally enables the establishment of new 
nuclear science and engineering facilities and supports 
workforce development critical to maintaining United States 
leadership in nuclear science and engineering and related 
disciplines. (10 minutes)
    84. Foster (IL): Authorizes the Secretary of Energy to fund 
restoration and modernization projects at the National 
Laboratories. (10 minutes)
    85. Foster (IL), Pressley (MA), Bowman (NY): Allows dual 
intent for STEM doctoral students, allowing them to transition 
to a green card as provided under this bill without first 
needing to leave the country and start the visa process over. 
(10 minutes)
    86. Foster (IL): Allows Office of Science funds to be used 
for the National Virtual Biotechnology Laboratory. (10 minutes)
    87. Foster (IL): Directs NIST to create guidelines for 
digital identity validation services within its digital 
identity Technical Roadmap. (10 minutes)
    88. Gallagher (WI), Courtney (CT), Turner (OH), Luria (VA), 
Stefanik (NY), Hartzler (MO): Adds the text of the American 
Security Drone Act of 2022, which prohibits federal operation 
or procurement of certain foreign-made unmanned aircraft 
systems. (10 minutes)
    89. Garamendi (CA), Johnson, Dusty (SD), Costa (CA), 
Valadao (CA), Schrier (WA), Davis, Rodney (IL): Inserts H.R. 
4996, the Ocean Shipping Reform Act, as passed by the House. 
(10 minutes)
    90. Garamendi (CA): Inserts the ``Special Immigrant Visas 
for Afghan Fulbright Scholars Act of 2021,'' which provides 
SIV's for those Fulbrighters currently studying at American 
universities and former scholars who returned to Afghanistan. 
Provides SIV's for their legal spouses/dependents as well as 
for Afghans who participated in other State Department-
sponsored exchange programs. (10 minutes)
    91. Garamendi (CA): Adds the Democratic People's Republic 
of North Korea, People's Republic of China, Russian Federation, 
and Islamic Republic of Iran to the list of prohibited 
``countries of concern'' for the loans and loan guarantees 
under the proposed Critical Supply Chain Resilient Program. 
Sensitive materials sourced from these same non-allied foreign 
nations are excluded from DOD procurement. (10 minutes)
    92. Garcia, Mike (CA), Burgess (TX): Prohibits this act and 
its amendments from taking effect until the Secretary of Energy 
certifies to Congress that this act will not reduce the energy 
security or energy independence of the United States. (10 
minutes)
    93. Garcia, Sylvia (TX): Authorizes the Department of 
Transportation (DOT) to award maritime career training grants 
to institutions of higher education and postsecondary 
vocational institutions for the purpose of developing, 
offering, or improving educational or career training programs 
for American workers related to the maritime workforce. (10 
minutes)
    94. Gimenez (FL), Burgess (TX): Prohibits the bill from 
taking effect until the Sec. of Energy certifies with Congress 
that no provisions in the bill will increase the average price 
of energy. (10 minutes)
    95. Gonzalez-Colon, Jenniffer (PR), Murphy, Stephanie (FL), 
Salazar (FL), Waltz (FL): Recognizes the contributions made by 
the 305-meter radio telescope at the Arecibo Observatory in 
Puerto Rico. (10 minutes)
    96. Gooden (TX), Hinson (IA), Boebert, Lauren (CO), 
Balderson (OH): Requires a report on Chinese entities that 
provide cloud computing products or services and the role of 
the CCP in these entities and risks they pose to data privacy. 
(10 minutes)
    97. Gottheimer (NJ), Trahan (MA): Requires a GAO report on 
the possibility of the establishment of an automated supply-
chain tracking application that provides near real-time insight 
into the amount of critical medical and health supplies 
available in the Strategic National Stockpile. (10 minutes)
    98. Gottheimer (NJ): Requires a 30-day time-limited study 
by the U.S. Departments of Commerce and Transportation to 
report to Congress and the public on the major current 
chokepoints in our nation's supply chain. (10 minutes)
    99. Gottheimer (NJ): Establishes an interagency task force 
to address Chinese market manipulation in the United States and 
expands the study and strategy on money laundering by the 
People's Republic of China to include risks of contributing to 
corruption. (10 minutes)
    100. Gottheimer (NJ), Salazar (FL): Adds potential 
opportunities for partnership with Israel and other regional 
nations in areas such as technological cooperation critical to 
national security as an element of the U.S. strategy for 
countering China in the Middle East. (10 minutes)
    101. Gottheimer (NJ), Gibbs (OH): Requires a report to 
Congress focusing on links between private sector Chinese 
technology and social media companies and the Chinese 
government including potential risks related to technology 
transfer and Chinese investment in U.S. and allied nation 
technology companies. (10 minutes)
    102. Gottheimer (NJ): Directs the National Science 
Foundation to prioritize grant awards to institutions that 
demonstrate effective strategies for recruiting and providing 
career and technical education to veterans and Members of the 
Armed Forces transitioning to the private sector workforce. (10 
minutes)
    103. Gottheimer (NJ): Provides a Statement of Policy 
outlining that the U.S. shall prioritize the Indo-Pacific in 
its foreign policy and authorizes $655 million for foreign 
military financing activities within the region as well as 
additional funding for the Southeast Asia Maritime Law 
Enforcement Initiative and other diplomatic activities, and 
authorizes an additional $40 million for a Foreign Military 
Financing Compact Pilot Program. (10 minutes)
    104. Gottheimer (NJ): Requires the National Manufacturing 
Advisory Council to solicit input from communities where 
foreign competition resulted in mass factory layoffs or 
economically disadvantaged areas. (10 minutes)
    105. Grijalva (AZ): Establishes an Office of Education 
Technology in the Bureau of Indian Education. (10 minutes)
    106. Grothman (WI): Strikes the section of the bill that 
authorizes $4 billion each for FY23 and FY24 for contributions 
to the Green Climate Fund. (10 minutes)
    107. Hayes (CT), McKinley (WV): Enables the Director of the 
National Science Foundation to make awards to eligible 
nonprofit programs for supporting hands-on learning 
opportunities in STEM education, prioritizing vulnerable 
students. (10 minutes)
    108. Hayes (CT): Authorizes the National Science Foundation 
to include private sector entities as potential recipients for 
awards distributed. (10 minutes)
    109. Hayes (CT): Encourages greater geographic diversity of 
Manufacturing USA Institutes by encouraging the expansion of 
these institutes in low income and disadvantaged areas. (10 
minutes)
    110. Hill, French (AR): Revises Title II funding 
partnership requirements to the extent practical to partner 
with industry or with a labor or joint labor management 
organization. (10 minutes)
    111. Hill, French (AR), Cohen (TN): Requires foreign 
business entities to assign and register an agent with the 
Department of Commerce as a prerequisite to doing business in 
the United States, and requires foreign business agents to be 
responsible and liable for any regulatory proceeding or civil 
action relating to such covered foreign entity. (10 minutes)
    112. Horsford (NV): Revises the Office of Science diversity 
language to include Historically Black Colleges, Tribal 
Colleges, Minority Serving Institutions, emerging research 
institutions, and scientific societies. (10 minutes)
    113. Horsford (NV): Helps bolster the telecommunications 
workforce in rural areas by encouraging greater participation 
of students in those areas. (10 minutes)
    114. Houlahan (PA), Meijer (MI): Codifies recommendations 
included in the September 2021 DOD OIG report to address 
pharmaceutical supply chain weaknesses, as outlined in H.R. 
6374/S. 3174, the Strengthening Supply Chains for 
Servicemembers and Security Act. (10 minutes)
    115. Huffman (CA), Bonamici (OR): Directs the Secretary of 
Commerce to increase the number and diversity, equity, and 
inclusion of STEM professionals working in the National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration mission-relevant disciplines via 
a nonpartisan and independent 501(c)(3) organization to build 
the public-private partnerships necessary to achieve these 
priorities. (10 minutes)
    116. Issa (CA): Replaces Title 1 of Division J, the 
National Apprenticeship Program Act, with the Industry-
Recognized Apprenticeship Program (IRAP). (10 minutes)
    117. Issa (CA): Requires a report to Congress from the 
Department of Commerce outlining steps that can be implemented 
within 30 days to immediately address the supply chain crisis. 
(10 minutes)
    118. Jackson, Ronny (TX): Adds a reporting requirement 
under Division D regarding Chinese investment in the 
agriculture sector. (10 minutes)
    119. Jackson, Ronny (TX): Directs the Permanent 
Representative of the United States to the United Nations to 
use the voice, vote, and influence of the United States to 
remove Israel as a permanent agenda item and to bring an end to 
the ``Commission of Inquiry'' to investigate the State of 
Israel. (10 minutes)
    120. Jackson, Ronny (TX), Boebert, Lauren (CO): Adds a 
Sense of Congress that future Olympic games should not be held 
in countries that are committing genocide. (10 minutes)
    121. Jackson, Ronny (TX): Strikes section 30609--Building 
economic growth and technological innovation through the Green 
Climate Fund. (10 minutes)
    122. Jacobs, Sara (CA), Castro (TX), Malinowski (NJ), Bass 
(CA), Moore (WI), Vargas (CA), Titus (NV), Jones, Mondaire 
(NY), Phillips (MN), Omar (MN): Repeals the 25% cap pending a 
written commitment from the Under-Secretary-General of Peace 
Operations they will engage regularly with the U.S. on 
peacekeeping reforms. (10 minutes)
    123. Jacobs, Sara (CA), Wild (PA): Ensures no IMET program 
funds are authorized to be appropriated to any foreign security 
forces unit if the Secretary of State determines that such 
forces have engaged in a pattern of gross violations of 
internationally recognized human rights. (10 minutes)
    124. Jayapal (WA), Garcia, Jesus (IL): Requires the 
Secretary of the Treasury to conduct and present to Congress 
and analysis of the humanitarian impact of the confiscation of 
the assets of Afghanistan's central bank, its impact on the 
political power of the People's Republic of China and other 
entities in the region, and any increase in illicit financial 
activities between the People's Republic of China and 
affiliated entities that may have occurred as a result. (10 
minutes)
    125. Jayapal (WA): Requires the Comptroller General to 
submit a report to Congress on the number and amount of rewards 
under the CHIPS for America Fund and Public Wireless Supply 
Chain Innovation Fund disaggregated by recipients of each such 
award that are majority owned and controlled by minority 
individuals and majority owned and controlled by women. (10 
minutes)
    126. Johnson, Hank (GA), Williams (GA), McBath (GA), 
Keating (MA), Bourdeaux (GA): Creates the Dr. David Satcher 
Cybersecurity Education Grant Program at NIST to fund 
enhancements to cybersecurity education and training programs 
at HBCUs, minority-serving institutions, and institutions that 
serve a high percentage of Pell Grant-receiving students. 
Establishes reporting and performance metrics requirements to 
ensure that grant funds are effectively achieving the intended 
purpose. (10 minutes)
    127. Kaptur (OH): Clarifies the ``economically distressed 
regions or localities'' that can benefit from the solar 
component manufacturing supply chain assistance program. (10 
minutes)
    128. Kaptur (OH): Specifies that the Great Lakes region is 
a region for which ``the Secretary shall, to the maximum extent 
practicable, prioritize funding (for) clean energy 
incubators''. (10 minutes)
    129. Kildee (MI): Extends the authorization of ARPA-E to 
2026. (10 minutes)
    130. Kildee (MI): Defines microelectronics to make sure 
that DOE's capabilities are being leveraged to the fullest 
extent possible. (10 minutes)
    131. Kim, Young (CA): Requires the Director of the NSF to 
commission a study to measure the economic impact of inflation 
on cost-of-living, the American workforce, American 
international competitiveness, and rural and underserved 
communities. (10 minutes)
    132. Krishnamoorthi (IL): Requires the Director of National 
Intelligence to produce a National Intelligence Estimate on the 
nature of gray zone activities/hybrid warfare, including 
threats to the United States and actions that escalate and de-
escalate conflict. (10 minutes)
    133. Krishnamoorthi (IL): Requires an intelligence report 
on defense and security cooperation between China and the 
United Arab Emirates, including an assessment of UAE efforts to 
safeguard U.S. technologies from being transferred to China and 
other third parties. (10 minutes)
    134. Lamb (PA): Directs the Government Accountability 
Office (GAO) to conduct a technology assessment on the benefits 
and potential drawbacks of using predictive analytic tools, 
such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), to address the opioid 
epidemic. (10 minutes)
    135. Lamb (PA), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH): Establishes 
specific research and development program at Department of 
Energy to reduce the carbon footprint in steel production. (10 
minutes)
    136. Lamb (PA), Doyle (PA): Establishes a Freight Rail 
Innovation Institute, comprised of a university research 
partner and locomotive manufacturer, with the goal of 
developing zero-emission locomotives. The Institute will 
develop technologies necessary for the design, development, 
manufacturing and operation of zero-emission battery and 
hydrogen-powered freight locomotives, develop technologies that 
enhance freight rail safety, efficiency and utilization, and 
accelerate the deployment of zero-emission locomotives. (10 
minutes)
    137. Langevin (RI), Gallagher (WI): Requires the Department 
of Homeland Security to designate four Critical Technology 
Security Centers to evaluate and test the security of 
technologies essential to national critical functions. (10 
minutes)
    138. Langevin (RI): Allows for admission of essential 
scientists and technical experts to promote and protect the 
national security innovation base. (10 minutes)
    139. Langevin (RI), Bonamici (OR): Promotes the integration 
of art and design into the National Science Foundation's 
(NSF's) Advancing Informal STEM Learning program, which 
supports research and development related to innovative out-of-
school STEM programing. (10 minutes)
    140. Larsen, Rick (WA), Beyer (VA): Restores Fulbright 
exchange program for participants traveling both from and to 
China or Hong Kong. (10 minutes)
    141. Larsen, Rick (WA): Exempts residents of the Xinjiang 
Uyghur Autonomous Region who are granted refugee status from 
annual cap on refugee admissions. (10 minutes)
    142. Larsen, Rick (WA), DelBene (WA): States that the U.S. 
International Development Finance Corporation should prioritize 
support for projects that increase digital connectivity where 
countries have the greatest need or where competing proposals 
lack high standards for data security and human rights. (10 
minutes)
    143. Lawrence (MI): Adds an additional task that 
universities report promising practices regarding ethical and 
equitable AI research. (10 minutes)
    144. Lawrence (MI): Clarifies that research into urban and 
rural water and wastewater systems also includes low-income, 
disadvantaged, and underserved communities. (10 minutes)
    145. Lee, Susie (NV): Updates text to remove exact language 
that was enacted as part of the Infrastructure Investment and 
Jobs Act. Includes language to improve the Department of 
Energy's coordination and management of demonstration projects. 
(10 minutes)
    146. Leger Fernandez (NM): Amends the Regional Technology 
and Innovation Hub Program to more clearly include Tribes and 
Tribal Colleges and Universities. Also ensures that at least 
one designated innovation hub significantly benefits an area 
whose economy relies on fossil fuel production, development, 
and or utilization. (10 minutes)
    147. Leger Fernandez (NM): Directs the Secretary of Energy 
to carry out a report that examines the technical and economic 
potential, and potential ancillary impacts, of direct methane 
removal technologies and approaches. (10 minutes)
    148. Leger Fernandez (NM): Authorizes $240 million in 
Economic Adjustment Assistance funding to promote economic 
development for communities reliant on the energy and 
industrial sectors. (10 minutes)
    149. Leger Fernandez (NM): Revises the National 
Apprenticeship Program for the 21st Century Grants to include 
individuals recently employed in carbon-intensive industries as 
a targeted group. (10 minutes)
    150. Levin, Mike (CA): Adds the text of the Public Land 
Renewable Energy Development Act, which promotes the 
responsible development of wind, solar, and geothermal 
resources on public lands by prioritizing development in 
strategic areas; facilitating smart siting and efficient 
permitting of projects in places with high energy potential and 
lower wildlife, habitat, and cultural resource impacts; and 
updating revenue sharing for these projects to ensure that 
states and counties get fair returns. (10 minutes)
    151. Lofgren (CA): Adds to the quadrennial science and 
technology review: identification, assessment, and 
recommendations on science and technology gaps that would not 
be met without federal investment and identification and 
recommendations on policies to ensure a level playing field for 
small- and medium-sized businesses. (10 minutes)
    152. Lofgren (CA): Establishes the Supercomputing for Safer 
Chemicals (SUPERSAFE) Consortium to use supercomputing and 
artificial intelligence to improve our understanding of the 
adverse human and environmental effects associated with 
industrial chemical use and to shift towards the safer and 
sustainable use of chemicals in manufacturing and consumer 
products. (10 minutes)
    153. Lofgren (CA): Adds to the Sense of Congress in 
Division D that the United States must maintain key 
environmental, labor, and social responsibility standards 
across the technology supply chain that align with the values 
and interests of the nation and our allies. (10 minutes)
    154. Lowenthal (CA): Amends the High Seas Driftnet Fishing 
Moratorium Protection Act to include seabirds as a protected 
living marine resource. (10 minutes)
    155. Luetkemeyer (MO): Requires a Report from the SEC, in 
consultation with the Department of State and Department of 
Treasury regarding Index Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds that 
contain entities listed on one of the following: Department of 
Commerce Military End User list, Department of Commerce Entity 
List, OFAC Non-SDN Chinese, Military-Industrial Complex 
Companies List, DOD Section 1260H Chinese Military Companies 
list, Global Magninsky Human Rights Accountability Act. (10 
minutes)
    156. Luria (VA): Prohibits the use of American Rescue Plan 
funds to purchase telecommunications equipment manufactured by 
Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE. (10 minutes)
    157. Malinowski (NJ): Amends the Export Control Reform Act 
to right-size the Secretary of Commerce's scope of authority to 
regulate exports by U.S. persons to foreign military, security, 
and intelligence agencies. (10 minutes)
    158. Maloney, Carolyn (NY), Bush, Cori (MO): Encourages the 
recruitment and retention of women and minority students into 
STEM fields. Establishes a competitive grant program to develop 
and implement programs to increase the participation of women 
and minorities in STEM. Supports activities include mentoring 
and internship programs, and outreach to women and minority K-
12 students. (10 minutes)
    159. Manning (NC), Adams (NC), McBath (GA), Hayes (CT): 
Directs the Departments of Commerce, Energy, Defense, and other 
Federal agencies determined by the Secretary of Commerce to 
take steps to ensure Historically Black Colleges and 
Universities (HBCUs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), 
and other Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) are active 
members of Manufacturing USA institutes. (10 minutes)
    160. Manning (NC), Peters (CA), Krishnamoorthi (IL), Ross 
(NC): Adds graduates with advanced degrees in STEM who work in 
a critical industry to the exemption from numerical visa 
limitations for doctoral STEM graduates. (10 minutes)
    161. McEachin (VA), Castor (FL): Includes the 
identification of opportunities to reuse and recycle critical 
goods as a specific recommendation required in the quadrennial 
report on supply chain resilience and domestic manufacturing. 
(10 minutes)
    162. McKinley (WV), Bost (IL), Cheney (WY): Extends the 
prohibition in section 20302 (``Solar Component Manufacturing 
Supply Chain Assistance'') to any facility that is located in: 
an area controlled by the Taliban, or another entity designated 
by the Secretary of State as a foreign terrorist organization; 
or a foreign country of concern, as defined in section 10306 of 
the Act. (10 minutes)
    163. Meng (NY), Bowman (NY): Expresses a Sense of Congress 
condemning anti-Asian racism and discrimination. (10 minutes)
    164. Meuser (PA): Strikes Sec. 50103. Department of 
Homeland Security Mentor-Protege Program. (10 minutes)
    165. Miller, Mary (IL): Strikes specific language regarding 
graduate education research grants. Specifically striking, 
gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender 
identity, and citizenship. (10 minutes)
    166. Morelle (NY): Includes technologies based on organic 
and inorganic materials in the priorities for research and 
development to accelerate the advancement and adoption of 
innovative microelectronics and new uses of microelectronics 
and components. (10 minutes)
    167. Newman (IL): Expands the Small Business Vouchers (SBV) 
program used by National Laboratories to include vouchers for 
skills training and workforce development. (10 minutes)
    168. Newman (IL), Stevens (MI): Requires the Assistant 
Secretary to prioritize small and mid-size manufacturers when 
leveraging mechanisms to provide supply chain solutions in 
collaboration with the Manufacturing USA institutes and the 
Manufacturing Extension Partnership as described in section 
34(d). (10 minutes)
    169. Norcross (NJ): Adds domestic production to regional 
innovation strategies. (10 minutes)
    170. Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Bush, Cori (MO): Prevents 
companies from using any of the funds allocated under Creating 
Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) fund from 
being used on stock buybacks or the payment of dividends to 
shareholders. (10 minutes)
    171. Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Espaillat (NY), Bush, Cori (MO): 
Increases the Green Climate Fund by $3 billion. (10 minutes)
    172. O'Halleran (AZ): Amends the quadrennial study to be 
prepared by the Assistant Secretary of the Supply Chain 
Resilience and Crisis Response to include information on how 
supply chain shocks impact rural, Tribal, and underserved 
communities. (10 minutes)
    173. Pappas (NH): Requires DHS to prioritize purchasing 
uniforms and related gear from American small businesses that 
manufacture, produce, or assemble goods, and to only purchase 
items from American small businesses that serve as a pass 
through to supply foreign-manufactured goods when domestic 
manufacturing does not meet all the criteria identified in the 
bill. (10 minutes)
    174. Pappas (NH), Armstrong (ND): Establishes the Rural 
Export Center to assist rural businesses seeking to export 
their products. (10 minutes)
    175. Pappas (NH): Directs the National and Oceanic and 
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to establish and regularly 
update a publicly available website that includes: hyperlinks 
to all grants administered by NOAA and hyperlinks to other 
federal agencies that offer similar grants to assist state, 
tribal, and local governments with resiliency, adaptation, and 
mitigation of climate change and sea level rise; and for each 
such grant, the contact information for an individual who can 
offer assistance to such governments. (10 minutes)
    176. Pappas (NH): Encourages greater collaboration in rural 
and remote areas with teachers and scientists. (10 minutes)
    177. Payne, Jr. (NJ): Adds libraries among eligible sub-
grantee partner with the local education agency or educational 
service agency to partner with and enrich Elementary and 
Secondary Computer Science Education (Sec. 90202). (10 minutes)
    178. Perlmutter (CO), Velazquez (NY), Davidson (OH), Lee, 
Barbara (CA), Joyce, David (OH), Blumenauer (OR): Adds the 
bipartisan SAFE Banking Act which allows state-legal cannabis 
businesses to access the banking system and help improve public 
safety by reducing the amount of cash at these businesses. (10 
minutes)
    179. Perry (PA): Strikes the prevailing wage requirement 
for construction projects funded under the semiconductor 
incentives program. (10 minutes)
    180. Perry (PA): Strikes subsection 50101(b), which directs 
the Secretary of Homeland Security to conduct a study on 
uniform allowances. (10 minutes)
    181. Perry (PA), Boebert, Lauren (CO): Strikes Division L, 
which authorizes $4 billion (available until expended) in 10-
year EDA pilot program grants. (10 minutes)
    182. Perry (PA): Strikes sec. 110001 and inserts language 
that would sunset the Economic Development Administration in 
one year after enactment. (10 minutes)
    183. Perry (PA): Narrows eligibility for the DHS Mentor-
Protege Program. (10 minutes)
    184. Perry (PA): Rescinds U.S. participation in the United 
Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. (10 minutes)
    185. Perry (PA), Boebert, Lauren (CO): Strikes the section 
including funding for the Green Climate Fund (section 30609). 
(10 minutes)
    186. Perry (PA): Strikes Section 30299C (Climate Resilience 
Development in the Pacific Islands). (10 minutes)
    187. Pfluger (TX): Requires a report from the Department of 
State on global exports of natural gas and a description of 
actions taken by the United States to foster natural gas 
exports to foreign countries. (10 minutes)
    188. Pfluger (TX): Strikes the Authorized $8 billion for 
the Green Climate Fund. (10 minutes)
    189. Pingree (ME): Establishes both a Working Waterfronts 
Grant Program and a Working Waterfront Task Force within the 
Department of Commerce to help preserve and expand access to 
coastal waters for persons engaged in commercial and 
recreational fishing businesses, aquaculture, boatbuilding, 
shipping, or other water-dependent coastal-related business. 
(10 minutes)
    190. Plaskett (VI): Adds the Shovel-Ready Restoration 
Grants for Coastlines and Fisheries Act of 2021 to authorize 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grants to 
implement projects that restore a marine, estuarine, coastal, 
or Great Lakes habitat in the United States, create jobs for 
fishermen in the United States, or provide adaptation to 
climate change. (10 minutes)
    191. Pocan (WI): Updates disclosures required in current 
law of foreign ownership of U.S. farmland to make such 
disclosures to USDA an annual requirement. Directs USDA to make 
information about foreign-owned farmland available to the 
public, and requires a report to Congress on the impact foreign 
ownership has on family farms, rural communities, and the 
domestic food supply. Also updates the more than 40-year old 
civil penalty that may be imposed for violating reporting 
requirements. (10 minutes)
    192. Pocan (WI): Authorizes the U.S. International 
Development Finance Corporation to invest in the vaccine cold 
chain (the refrigerated supply chain needed for vaccine 
production, storage, distribution and delivery) as well as 
vaccine manufacturing so that less developed countries are 
equipped to deliver COVID vaccines produced by the global 
community. (10 minutes)
    193. Pocan (WI), Lofgren (CA): Authorizes $30 million in 
appropriations for Bioenergy Research Centers. (10 minutes)
    194. Porter (CA), Langevin (RI): Incorporates national 
security threats related to climate change into a statement of 
policy on U.S. international priorities. (10 minutes)
    195. Porter (CA), Langevin (RI): Incorporates national 
security threats related to climate change into a reporting 
requirement on security assistance to Pacific Island nations. 
Revision corrects capitalization. (10 minutes)
    196. Porter (CA), Huffman (CA): Authorizes NOAA to conduct 
a study on the effects of 6PPD-quinone, including an economic 
analysis of declining salmon populations in the United States 
and the effect of such declining populations have on 
importation of salmon from other countries. (10 minutes)
    197. Posey (FL), Bonamici (OR): Supports the methods and 
techniques for domestic processing of materials for 
microelectronics and their components. (10 minutes)
    198. Posey (FL): Requires the Secretary of Defense to 
provide priority for domestically sourced, fully traceable, 
bovine heparin approved by the Food and Drug Administration 
when available. (10 minutes)
    199. Posey (FL): Prohibits funds going to state-owned 
enterprises. (10 minutes)
    200. Pressley (MA), Bowman (NY): Requires the GAO to submit 
a report on the impact of biometric identification systems on 
historically marginalized populations. (10 minutes)
    201. Pressley (MA), Bowman (NY): Requires the Director of 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology to create an 
office to study bias in the use of artificial intelligence 
systems and publish guidance to reduce disparate impacts on 
historically marginalized communities. (10 minutes)
    202. Quigley (IL), Meng (NY), Upton (MI), Fortenberry (NE): 
Adds the text of the Preventing Future Pandemics Act of 2022, 
which establishes the foreign policy of the United States to 
work with state and non-state partners to shut down certain 
commercial wildlife markets, end the trade in terrestrial 
wildlife for human consumption, and build international 
coalitions to reduce the demand for wildlife as food, to 
prevent the emergence of future zoonotic pathogens. Authorizes 
USAID to undertake programs to reduce the risk of endemic and 
emerging infectious disease exposure and to help transition 
communities globally to safer, non-wildlife sources of protein. 
(10 minutes)
    203. Reschenthaler (PA), Houlahan (PA): Directs the 
National Academies to study the feasibility of providing 
enhanced research security services to further protect the 
United States research enterprise against foreign interference, 
theft, and espionage. (10 minutes)
    204. Reschenthaler (PA), Swalwell (CA): Requires the 
quadrennial report on supply chain resilience and domestic 
manufacturing to include a description of the manufacturing 
base and supply chains for rare earth permanent magnets. (10 
minutes)
    205. Ross (NC), Krishnamoorthi (IL): Adds health 
professions and related programs to the definition of STEM 
fields in section 80303: Doctoral STEM Graduates. (10 minutes)
    206. Ross (NC), LaTurner (KS): Encourages federal agencies 
substantially engaged in the development, application, or 
oversight of emerging technologies to consider designating an 
individual as an emerging technology lead to advise the agency 
on the responsible use of emerging technologies, including 
artificial intelligence. (10 minutes)
    207. Ross (NC), Tonko (NY): Restores the Department of 
Interior's authority to hold offshore wind lease sales in 
federal waters in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico and off the coasts 
of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. (10 
minutes)
    208. Ross (NC): Adds ``educational technology'' as a key 
technology focus area. (10 minutes)
    209. Ruppersberger (MD): Requires the Comptroller General 
of the United States study the effectiveness of the Defense 
Priorities and Allocations System's at ensuring the timely 
availability of microelectronics products to meet national 
defense and emergency preparedness program requirements. (10 
minutes)
    210. Rush (IL): Requires covered entities with over 100 
employees that apply for semiconductor incentives to provide 
data on the racial diversity of their workforce to the 
Department of Commerce. Requires the GAO to include an 
aggregate summary of that data in its biannual report on the 
semiconductor incentive program pursuant to section 9902(c) of 
the FY21 NDAA. (10 minutes)
    211. Ryan (OH), Posey (FL), Case (HI), Mrvan (IN), 
Ruppersberger (MD), Gottheimer (NJ), Axne (IA), Doyle (PA), 
Sherrill (NJ): Creates a congressionally charted commission to 
make recommendations to Congress on how best to maintain and 
bolster the U.S. supply chains. (10 minutes)
    212. Salazar (FL), Murphy, Stephanie (FL): Requires a 
report from the Department of State on major Chinese 
infrastructure projects in Latin America and the Caribbean and 
the ability of the host countries to service the debt 
associated with them. (10 minutes)
    213. Scanlon (PA): Requires the director of the National 
Science Foundation to award up to five competitive grants to 
institutions of higher education and non-profit organizations 
to establish centers to develop and scale up successful models 
for providing undergraduate STEM students with hands-on 
discovery-based research courses. (10 minutes)
    214. Scanlon (PA): Clarifies the designation process for 
the Regional Technology and Innovation Hub Program to focus on 
localities that are not the top five leading technology 
centers. (10 minutes)
    215. Schneider (IL): Requires the Comptroller General to 
report to Congress on the impact of the global semiconductor 
supply shortage on manufacturing in the United States within 
one year of enactment. (10 minutes)
    216. Schrier (WA): Adds the definition of clean energy tech 
to the regional innovation section. (10 minutes)
    217. Schweikert (AZ): Strikes title X of division G. (10 
minutes)
    218. Sherman (CA): Requires issuers of securities which 
fulfill certain exemptions from registration with the 
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to submit basic 
information to the SEC regarding the issuer and the country in 
which it is based. (10 minutes)
    219. Sherrill (NJ): Requires the Comptroller General, 
within 1 year, to conduct a study and submit to Congress a 
report analyzing the impacts of H.R. 4521--America COMPETES Act 
on inflation, and how all amounts appropriated pursuant to this 
Act are spent. (10 minutes)
    220. Sherrill (NJ): Provides additional clarifying language 
that would help facilitate NIST's work with other federal 
agencies on developing, managing, and maintaining greenhouse 
gas emissions measurements and technical standards. (10 
minutes)
    221. Sherrill (NJ): Creates a grant program for states that 
can be used to offset the impact of rate increases to low-
income households and provides incentives for natural gas 
distribution companies to accelerate, expand, and enhance 
improvement to the distribution system. (10 minutes)
    222. Sherrill (NJ): Includes research to advance adoption 
of integrated rooftop solar, distributed solar, and microgrid 
technologies. (10 minutes)
    223. Sherrill (NJ): Creates the Critical Supply Chain 
Sectors Apprenticeships Grants program, which will provide 
funding and technical assistance through the national 
apprenticeship system to support key supply chain sectors 
facing workforce shortages. (10 minutes)
    224. Sherrill (NJ): Requires the Government Accountability 
Office to complete a study detailing the impact of the America 
COMPETES Act on inflation. (10 minutes)
    225. Sherrill (NJ): Increases funding for the Long-Duration 
Demonstration Initiative and Joint Program at DOD and DOE for 
fiscal years 2022 through 2026. (10 minutes)
    226. Smith, Adam (WA), Chu (CA): Fixes a loophole in the 
Child Citizenship Act of 2000 to grant citizenship to certain 
international adoptees. (10 minutes)
    227. Soto (FL): Adds nonprofits to the definition of 
``covered entities'' to expand the semiconductor incentive 
program to include nonprofit entities. (10 minutes)
    228. Soto (FL), Krishnamoorthi (IL): Directs the Department 
of Labor to create a report analyzing the future of artificial 
intelligence and its impact on the American Workforce. 
Specifically, the report would collect data to analyze which 
industries are protected to have the most growth through 
artificial intelligence, and the demographics which may 
experience expanded career opportunities and those most 
vulnerable to job displacement. (10 minutes)
    229. Soto (FL), Budd (NC): Requires the Director of the 
Office of Science and Technology Policy to establish a 
blockchain and cryptocurrencies advisory specialist position 
within the Office to advise the President on matters related to 
blockchain and cryptocurrencies. (10 minutes)
    230. Spanberger (VA), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH): Requires a 
report on the national security implications of open radio 
access networks (Open RAN or O-RAN), including descriptions of 
U.S. efforts to ensure we are leading in standards development 
and assessments of national security risks associated with 
certain dynamics in the O-RAN industry. (10 minutes)
    231. Spanberger (VA): Adds transportation as a key sector 
to receive intermediary grants for national industry 
intermediaries to establish or expand sector-based partnerships 
for registered apprenticeships. (10 minutes)
    232. Spanberger (VA), Trone (MD): Requires the Secretary of 
State, with the Attorney General, to share a report with 
Congress on multilateral efforts to address fentanyl 
trafficking in Latin America, efforts between Latin America and 
China on fentanyl trafficking, and a plan for future steps the 
United States Government will take to urge Latin American 
governments and the Chinese government to address transnational 
criminal organizations and illicit fentanyl production and 
trafficking originating in the respective countries. (10 
minutes)
    233. Spanberger (VA): Requires the Critical Supply Chain 
Monitoring program to focus on the effects on consumer prices, 
job losses, national security, or economic competitiveness. (10 
minutes)
    234. Speier (CA), Raskin (MD), Pressley (MA), Maloney, 
Carolyn (NY): Directs federal science agencies to take into 
consideration reports of administrative actions, findings, and 
determinations related to allegations of sexual harassment or 
gender harassment against grant personnel when awarding grants. 
(10 minutes)
    235. Stansbury (NM), Kim, Young (CA): Establishes a 
Foundation for Energy Security and Innovation. (10 minutes)
    236. Stansbury (NM), Leger Fernandez (NM): Authorizes the 
National Science Foundation to facilitate access to the 
microgravity environment for awardees of funding from the 
Foundation. (10 minutes)
    237. Stauber (MN), Boebert, Lauren (CO): Requires the 
Report on Bilateral Effort to Address Chinese Fentanyl 
Trafficking to include an assessment on the intersection 
between illicit fentanyl trafficking originating in China and 
the illicit fentanyl trafficked over the southern border into 
the United States. (10 minutes)
    238. Steel, Michelle (CA), McKinley (WV), Balderson (OH), 
Gibbs (OH), Gaetz (FL), Hinson (IA), Malliotakis (NY), Feenstra 
(IA): Establishes that China should end its classification of 
``developing nation'' within the Paris Agreement. (10 minutes)
    239. Steel, Michelle (CA), Burchett (TN), Balderson (OH), 
Miller-Meeks (IA), Gaetz (FL), Malliotakis (NY): Requires the 
Chinese Communist Party to match emission cutting targets 
established by the United States. (10 minutes)
    240. Steel, Michelle (CA), Miller-Meeks (IA), Crawford 
(AR), Stauber (MN), Gaetz (FL), Malliotakis (NY): Prohibits 
Chinese, Russian, North Korean, or Iranian state-owned 
enterprises from having ownership of a company that has a 
contract for the operation or management of a U.S. port. (10 
minutes)
    241. Strickland (WA), Swalwell (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA), 
Wild (PA), Costa (CA), Schneider (IL), Cardenas (CA), Peters 
(CA): Directs the Secretary of Commerce, in coordination with 
the Secretary of Transportation and the Secretary of Homeland 
Security to issue an Interim Final Rule that will ban the 
transportation of sodium cyanide briquettes intended for mining 
purposes within the United States, unless packaged and 
transported in ISO steel containers and in accordance with the 
material's authorized packaging and transportation requirements 
under the Hazardous Materials Regulations. (10 minutes)
    242. Swalwell (CA), Schiff (CA): Requires the Director of 
National Intelligence to submit a report on the efforts of the 
Intelligence Community to support the Biodefense Steering 
Committee in the implementation of the National Biodefense 
Strategy. (10 minutes)
    243. Takano (CA), Bowman (NY): Adds energy storage systems 
to the list of strategies states should consider when 
developing energy plans and exercising its utility ratemaking 
authority. (10 minutes)
    244. Tenney, Claudia (NY): Strikes section 30299C, climate 
resilient development in the Pacific Islands. (10 minutes)
    245. Tonko (NY): Authorizes $100 million for each of FY22 
through FY26 for the Department of Energy to provide financial 
assistance to States and Indian Tribes for the purposes of 
improving the energy efficiency, carbon intensity, and other 
sustainability measures of manufacturing facilities. (10 
minutes)
    246. Torres, Norma (CA), Sires (NJ): Inserts language on 
indigenous communities to the Latin America section to ensure 
these traditionally overlooked communities are included in U.S. 
strategy, and adds language on judicial independence. (10 
minutes)
    247. Torres, Norma (CA), Sires (NJ): Increases oversight of 
the International MET program through a report focusing on 
corruption, drug trafficking, and impeding democratic 
processes. (10 minutes)
    248. Torres, Norma (CA), Sires (NJ): Directs the State 
Department to support programs in Latin America to strengthen 
judicial independence, anti-corruption, rule of law, and good 
governance. (10 minutes)
    249. Torres, Norma (CA), Sherrill (NJ), Fleischmann (TN): 
Adds the ``National MEP Supply Chain Database Act of 2021'' to 
the bill, creating an effective database to aid small 
manufacturers across the country and strengthen our 
manufacturing supply chain. (10 minutes)
    250. Trahan (MA), Beyer (VA), Bowman (NY): Invests in 
fusion research through the milestone-based fusion energy 
development program as well as the through fusion materials 
R&D. (10 minutes)
    251. Trahan (MA): Allows the Strategic National Stockpile 
to include high-quality pediatric masks, a percentage of which 
may be small adult masks for pediatric use. Directs the 
Secretary of Health and Human Services, in consultation with 
the Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety 
and Health, pediatricians, child health care provider 
organizations, manufacturers, and other relevant stakeholders 
to develop guidelines for the use of respirators, barrier face 
coverings, or masks for use in pediatric populations. (10 
minutes)
    252. Underwood (IL): Encourages research into how to tailor 
rural STEM education for local communities. (10 minutes)
    253. Velazquez (NY): Extends for five years the Small 
Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business 
Technology Transfer programs (STTR) programs and related 
pilots, which expire September 30, 2022. Covering 11 agencies, 
from DOD to USDA, the SBIR and STTR programs are essential 
federal programs that foster government-industry and industry-
university partnerships by making competitive awards to small 
firms with the best scientific proposals in response to the 
research needs of our agencies and by helping to move 
technologies from the lab to the marketplace or from the lab to 
insertion in a government program or system. (10 minutes)
    254. Welch (VT): Clarifies that Brand USA funds must be 
used to promote travel from countries the citizens and 
nationals of which are permitted to enter into the U.S. and 
requires Brand USA to submit to Congress a plan for obligating 
these funds. (10 minutes)
    255. Wenstrup (OH): Requires DNI, in consultation with DOD 
and State, to report on CCP investments in port infrastructure 
since Jan. 1, 2012. Report requirements include a review of 
existing and potential or planned future CCP investments, 
including by government entities and SOEs; any known Chinese 
interest in establishing a military presence at or near such 
ports; and an assessment of China's current and potential 
future ability to leverage commercial ports for military 
purposes and the implications for the national and economic 
security of the U.S. (10 minutes)
    256. Wild (PA), Gallagher (WI), Cheney (WY), Casten (IL): 
Directs State Department, in consultation with Office of 
Science and Technology Policy and other scientific agencies' 
leaders, to work with U.S. ally countries to establish 
international security policies and procedures for protecting 
research in key technology areas from adversaries. (10 minutes)
    257. Wild (PA), Garcia, Jesus (IL), Khanna (CA), Titus 
(NV), Speier (CA), Jacobs, Sara (CA), Vargas (CA), Bonamici 
(OR), Gomez (CA), Blumenauer (OR), Espaillat (NY), Ocasio-
Cortez (NY), Omar (MN), Cardenas (CA), Costa (CA): States that 
no funds authorized to be appropriated or otherwise made 
available by this Act are authorized to be made available to 
provide assistance for the police of the Philippines, including 
assistance in the form of equipment or training, until the 
Secretary of State certifies to the Committee on Foreign 
Affairs of the House of Representatives and the Committee on 
Foreign Relations of the Senate that the Government of the 
Philippines has met basic human rights standards (detailed in 
text). (10 minutes)
    258. Williams (GA), Stauber (MN), Chu (CA), Moolenaar (MI), 
Salazar (FL): Tasks the Small Business Administration with 
maintaining a resource guide to help childcare small businesses 
start and grow, strengthening the competitiveness of our 
workforce by improving access to childcare. (10 minutes)
    259. Williams (GA), Adams (NC): Ensures grants from the 
National Science Foundation can be used for the professional 
development and mentorship of student and faculty researchers 
at HBCUs, TCUs, and MSIs. Tasks federal research agencies with 
providing technical assistance to HBCUs, TCUs, and MSIs on 
bolstering grant management capacity throughout the grant 
lifecycle, from application to completion. (10 minutes)
    260. Levin, Andy (MI), Krishnamoorthi (IL), Gonzalez, 
Anthony (OH), Steil (WI): Amends Title III by broadening Pell 
Grant eligibility to high-quality short-term skills and job 
training programs and establishes a secure and privacy-
protected data system that contains information about 
postsecondary student academic and economic outcomes. (10 
minutes)
    261. Owens (UT): Requires the Secretary of State to submit 
to the appropriate congressional committees a determination on 
whether the Chinese Communist Party United Front Religious Work 
Bureau meets the criteria for sanctions. (10 minutes)

         PART A--TEXT OF AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 3485 MADE IN ORDER

1. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Crist of Florida or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 9, after line 21, insert the following:
                  (_) Exception for certain immediate family 
                members.--
                          (i) In general.--A covered individual 
                        shall not be subject to sanctions under 
                        this section if the President certifies 
                        to the appropriate congressional 
                        committees, in accordance with clause 
                        (ii), that such individual has a 
                        reasonable fear of persecution based 
                        on--
                                  (I) actual or perceived 
                                sexual orientation, gender 
                                identity, or sex 
                                characteristics;
                                  (II) race, religion, or 
                                nationality; or
                                  (III) political opinion or 
                                membership in a particular 
                                social group.
                          (ii) Determination and 
                        certification.--A certification under 
                        clause (i) shall be made not later than 
                        30 days after the date of the 
                        determination required by such clause. 
                        Any proceedings relating to such 
                        determination shall not be publicly 
                        available.
                          (iii) Covered individual.--For 
                        purposes of this subparagraph, the term 
                        ``covered individual'' means an 
                        individual who is an immediate family 
                        member of foreign person on the list 
                        required by subsection (a).
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   2. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of the bill, add the following:

SEC. __. STUDY REQUIRED.

  Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary of State shall submit to Congress a report 
that comprises of sections from each regional bureau detailing 
past risks to LGBTQI individuals, with a summary on the 
differences between regions with respect to such risks.
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3. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Harder of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 11, after line 17, insert the following:
  (__) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in this section may be 
construed to allow the imposition of sanctions with respect to, 
or otherwise authorize any other action against, any foreign 
person based solely upon religious belief.
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   4. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Manning of North 
           Carolina or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 3, line 15, insert ``torture or'' before ``cruel''.
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5. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Porter of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 10, after line 24, insert the following:
  (_) Form; Publication.--The report required by subsection (f) 
shall be submitted in unclassified form but may include a 
classified annex. The unclassified portion of such report shall 
be published on a publicly available website of the Department 
of State.
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6. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Williams of Georgia or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 10, after line 24, insert the following:
  (_) Report on Prevention.--Not later than 180 days after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State shall 
submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report 
describing steps the Department can take to improve 
coordination with foreign governments, civil society groups, 
and the private sector, to prevent the commission of the human 
rights violations described in section 3(a)(1) against persons 
based on actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender 
identity, or sex characteristics.
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          PART B--TEXT OF AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4445 MADE IN ORDER

1. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Buck of Colorado or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Beginning on page 2, strike line 21 and all that follows 
through line 10 on page 3, and insert the following:
          (4) Sexual harassment dispute.--The term ``sexual 
        harassment dispute'' means a dispute relating to 
        conduct that is alleged to constitute sexual harassment 
        under applicable Federal, Tribal, or State law.
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      PART C--TEXT OF AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4521 CONSIDERED AS ADOPTED

  Page 4, in the item relating to section 10630, insert ``non-
Federal'' before ``employee''.
  Page 57, strike lines 13 through 19 and insert the following:
                          (i) for fiscal years 2022 and 2023, 
                        not later than 90 days after the date 
                        of enactment of this Act; and
                          (ii) for each subsequent fiscal year 
                        through 2026, as part of the annual 
                        budget submission of the President 
                        under section 1105(a) of title 31, 
                        United States Code.
  Page 61, strike line 22 and all that follows through page 62, 
line 4, and insert the following:
                          (i) for fiscal years 2022 and 2023, 
                        not later than 90 days after the date 
                        of enactment of this Act; and
                          (ii) for each subsequent fiscal year 
                        through 2026, as part of the annual 
                        budget submission of the President 
                        under section 1105(a) of title 31, 
                        United States Code.
  Page 80, line 21, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
   Page 82, line 9, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 93, lines 18 and 19, strike ``shall be made available'' 
and insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 94, lines 11 and 12, strike ``the Secretary shall make 
available'' and insert ``there are authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary''.
  Page 94, lines 19 and 20, strike ``the Secretary shall make 
available'' and insert ``there are authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary''.
  Page 95, lines 4 and 5, strike ``the Secretary shall make 
available'' and insert ``there are authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary''.
  Page 95, lines 12 and 13, strike ``the Secretary shall make 
available'' and insert ``there are authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary''.
  Page 95, lines 20 and 21, strike ``the Secretary shall make 
available'' and insert ``there are authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary''.
  Page 110, line 24, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 116, line 20, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 130, lines 13 and 14, strike ``the Secretary shall make 
available'' and insert ``there are authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary''.
  Page 139, line 20, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 173, lines 16 and 17, strike ``shall be made available'' 
and insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 181, line 6, after ``Foundation'', insert ``, the 
Secretary of Health and Human Services,''.
  Page 183, lines 21 and 22, after ``Foundation'', insert ``, 
the Secretary of Health and Human Services,''.
  Page 185, line 22, strike ``the House, and'' and insert ``the 
House of Representatives, the Committee on Energy and Commerce 
of the House of Representatives,''.
  Page 186, line 12, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``are authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated for''.
  Page 191, line 16, strike ``shall be for'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated to''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated for''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated for''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated for''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 196, lines 9 and 10, strike ``may be transferred to'' 
and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated for''.
  Page 196, line 11, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 196, line 13, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 196, line 18, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 196, line 22, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 214, strike lines 16 through 22.
  Page 219, strike line 4 and all that follows through 
``standards'' on line 6.
  Page 220, line 2, strike ``and their supply chains''.
  Page 220, lines 8 and 9, strike ``the private sector and'' 
and insert ``the Assistant Secretary for Communications and 
Information, the private sector, and''.
  Page 221, line 15, strike ``Commutations'' and insert 
``Communications''.
   Page 222, strike line 19 and all that follows through 
``section.'' on page 223, line 2.
  Page 227, line 3, after ``program'', insert ``, in 
consultation with the Environmental Protection Agency,''.
  Page 241, strike line 5 and all that follows through page 
242, line 2, and insert the following:
  (b) Stevenson-Wydler Updates.--Section 17(c)(1) of the 
Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980 (15 U.S.C. 
3711a(c)(1)) is amended--
          (1) by moving each of subparagraphs (D) and (E) two 
        ems to the left; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(G) Community.''.
  Page 243, line 12, insert after ``Intelligence'' the 
following: ``, the National Counterintelligence and Security 
Center of the Office of the Director of National 
Intelligence,''.
  Page 245, line 10, insert ``and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Technology''.
  Page 245, line 12, insert ``and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``tation''.
  Page 265, lines 16 and 17, strike ``shall be made available'' 
and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 265, line 19, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 265, line 22, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, lines 1 and 2, strike ``shall be made available'' 
and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 4, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 6, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 8, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 11, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 14, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 16, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 18, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 266, line 22, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 267, lines 6 and 7, strike ``shall be made available'' 
and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 267, line 9, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
   Page 267, line 12, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 272, line 1, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 272, line 10, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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authorized to be appropriated''.
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insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 272, line 22, strike ``shall be'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 273, line 1, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 273, line 3, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 273, line 5, strike ``shall be made available'' and 
insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 362, line 19, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 367, line 22, after ``programs,'' insert ``and in 
consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture,''.
  Page 382, strike lines 14 through 25 and insert the 
following:
          (5) Technology and privacy standards.--In carrying 
        out this subsection, the Director shall--
                  (A) consider application and use of systems 
                and technologies that incorporate protection 
                measures to reasonably ensure confidential data 
                and statistical products are protected in 
                accordance with obligations under chapter 35 of 
                title 44, United States Code, subchapter III, 
                section 3561 et seq., including systems and 
                technologies that ensure raw data and other 
                sensitive inputs are not accessible to 
                recipients of statistical outputs from the 
                National Secure Data Service demonstration 
                project; and
                  (B) to the extent feasible, consider applying 
                privacy-enhancing technologies to approved 
                projects when appropriate, or take appropriate 
                measures to minimize re-identification risks 
                consistent with any applicable guidance or 
                regulations issued under chapter 35 of title 
                44, United States Code, subchapter III, section 
                3561 et seq.
  Page 392, line 22, strike ``state and local'' and insert 
``State, territorial, local''.
  Page 394, line 23, strike ``state,'' and insert ``State, 
territorial,''.
  Page 403, strike lines 11 through 21 (and redesignate 
subsequent subsections accordingly).
  Page 410, strike lines 16 through 19 and insert the 
following:
          (4) Omics.--The term ``omics'' refers to the 
        collective technologies used to explore the roles, 
        relationships, and actions of the various types of 
        molecules that make up the cells and systems of an 
        organism and the systems level analysis of their 
        functions.
  Page 418, line 8, strike ``Office of Science and Technology 
Policy'' and all that follows through ```Interagency 
Committee')'' on line 18 and insert ``Office of Science and 
Technology Policy''.
  Page 419, line 7, strike ``3'' and insert ``5''.
  Page 419, line 8, strike ``Technology'' and insert 
``Technology, the Committee on Agriculture,''.
  Page 419, line 11, strike ``Transportation'' and insert 
``Transportation, the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and 
Forestry,''.
  Page 421, line 9, strike ``national security'' and insert 
``economic competitiveness, national security,''.
  Page 422, line 1, strike ``Triennial'' and insert 
``Quinquennial''.
  Page 422, line 4, strike ``third'' and insert ``fifth''.
  Page 422, line 6, after ``Technology'', insert ``and the 
Committee on Agriculture''.
  Page 422, line 8, after ``Transportation'', insert ``and the 
Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry''.
  Page 426, line 14, insert ``and'' at the end.
  Page 426, strike lines 15 and 16.
  Page 426, line 17, strike ``(8)'' and insert ``(7)''.
  Page 426, line 22, strike ``3'' and insert ``5''.
  Page 426, line 24, after ``Technology'', insert ``and the 
Committee on Agriculture''.
  Page 427, line 2, after ``Transportation'', insert ``and the 
Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry''.
  Page 428, line 21, after ``Technology'', insert ``and the 
Committee on Agriculture''.
  Page 428, line 23, after ``Transportation'', insert ``and the 
Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry''.
  Page 433, strike lines 1 through 10 and insert the following:
  (e) Department of Agriculture.--As part of the Initiative, 
the Secretary of Agriculture shall support research and 
development in engineering biology, including in synthetic 
biology and biomaterials, through the Agricultural Research 
Service, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture 
programs, and the Office of the Chief Scientist.
  Page 540, line 13, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 555, line 11, insert ``non-Federal'' before 
``employee''.
  Page 555, line 15, insert ``non-Federal'' before 
``employees''.
  Page 556, line 12, strike ``and''.
  Page 556, line 16, strike ``Director.'' and insert 
``Director; and''.
  Page 556, after line 16, insert the following:
          (4) ensure that any such programs or activities are 
        in conformance with the Department's research security 
        policies, including DOE Order 486.1.
  Page 557, strike line 10 and all that follows through page 
561, line 3.
  Page 561, line 13, strike ``636'' and insert ``10636''.
  Page 561, lines 13 and 14, strike ``Energizing Technology 
Transfer Act'' and insert ``America COMPETES Act of 2022''.
  Page 566, line 20, strike ``16351'' and insert ``16352''.
  Page 566, line 22, strike ``Energizing Technology Transfer 
Act'' and insert ``America COMPETES Act of 2022''.
  Page 566, line 26, strike ``Energizing Technology Transfer 
Act'' and insert ``America COMPETES Act of 2022''.
  Page 569, line 3, strike ``624, 628, 629, 630, 631, and 633'' 
and insert ``10624, 10628, 10629, 10630, 10631, and 10633''.
  Page 569, line 4, strike ``Energizing Technology Transfer 
Act'' and insert ``America COMPETES Act of 2022''.
  Page 569, line 12, strike ``623, 624, 625, and 627'' and 
insert ``10623, 10624, 10625, and 10627''.
  Page 569, line 13, strike ``Energizing Technology Transfer 
Act'' and insert ``America COMPETES Act of 2022''.
  Page 576, line 20, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 584, line 25, after ``education'', insert ``and 
mentoring''.
  Page 585, line 4, after ``STEM'', insert ``and 
manufacturing''.
  Page 606, line 12, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 607, after line 23, insert the following:
          ``(4) Institution of higher education.--The term 
        `institution of higher education' has the meaning given 
        such term in the Higher Education Act of 1965, as 
        amended (20 U.S.C. 1001).
          ``(5) National laboratory.--The term `National 
        Laboratory' has the meaning given that term in section 
        2 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 2 U.S.C. 15801).
  Page 614, line 12, insert ``territorial,'' after ``State,''.
  Page 617, line 16, strike ``this Act, and every 3 years 
thereafter'' and insert ``the America COMPETES Act of 2022, and 
again 3 years later''.
  Page 628, after line 22, insert the following (and 
redesignate the subsequent paragraphs accordingly):
          (8) STEM.--The term ``STEM'' means the field or 
        disciplines listed in section 2 of the STEM Education 
        Act of 2015 (42 U.S.C. 6621 note).
  Page 630, line 14, strike ``mission'' and insert 
``missions''.
  Page 631, line 21, after ``the'', insert ``Director of the''.
  Page 637, lines 21 and 22, strike ``of Energy''.
  Page 640, line 21, strike ``Secretary'' and insert 
``Director''.
  Page 641, line 5, strike ``of Energy''.
  Page 641, line 13, strike ``section 10663'' and insert 
``sections 10663 and 10664''.
  Page 643, line 12, strike ``year 2022'' and insert ``years 
2022 and 2023''.
  Page 646, line 19, insert ``and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``merce''.
  Page 646, line 20, insert ``and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Transportation''.
  Page 654, line 6, insert ``and the Permanent Select Committee 
on Intelligence'' after ``Commerce''.
  Page 654, line 6, insert ``and the Committee on Foreign 
Affairs'' before ``of the House''.
  Page 654, line 8, insert ``and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Transportation''.
  Page 654, line 8, insert ``and the Committee on Foreign 
Relations'' before ``of the Senate''.
  Page 657, line 10, insert ``and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Commerce''.
  Page 657, line 12, insert ``and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Transportation''.
  Page 669, line 20, strike ``Assistant Secretary'' and insert 
``Secretary of Commerce, in consultation with the Director of 
the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency,''.
  Page 670, line 2, strike ``Assistant Secretary'' and insert 
``Secretary of Commerce, in consultation with the Director of 
the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency,''.
  Page 672, strike lines 4 through 7.
  Page 680, beginning on line 5, strike ``supply chain 
resilience and crisis response office'' and insert ``office of 
manufacturing security and resilience''.
  Page 680, beginning on line 9, strike ``Supply Chain 
Resilience and Crisis Response Office'' and insert ``Office of 
Manufacturing Security and Resilience''.
  Page 682, beginning on line 17, strike ``the Office of Supply 
Chain Resilience and Crisis Response'' and insert 
``Manufacturing Security and Resilience''.
  Page 682, line 21, add after the period at the end the 
following: ``The Assistant Secretary of Manufacturing Security 
and Resilience may function as and be known as the United 
States Chief Manufacturing Officer.''.
  Page 684, beginning on line 7, strike ``tax incentives, trade 
preferences, or''.
  Page 691, line 11, insert ``territorial and'' before 
``Tribal''.
  Page 694, line 18, strike ``agreements'' and insert 
``cooperation''.
  Page 694, beginning on line 19, strike ``the United States 
Trade Representative and any''.
  Page 694, beginning on line 20, strike ``agency'' and insert 
``agencies''.
  Page 694, line 21, strike ``enter into agreements'' and 
insert ``cooperate''.
  Page 695, line 23, insert ``territorial and'' before 
``Tribal''.
  Page 709, beginning on line 1, strike ``critical supply chain 
resilience program'' and insert ``manufacturing security and 
resilience program''.
  Page 731, line 22, strike ``appropriated'' and insert 
``authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 731, line 24, strike ``may be used'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 732, line 1, strike ``may be used'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 732, line 2, insert ``and'' after the semicolon at the 
end.
  Page 732, line 3, strike ``may be used'' and insert ``is 
authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 732, line 5, strike ``; and'' and insert a period.
  Page 732, strike lines 6 and 7.
  Page 732, after line 7, insert the following:
          (3) Administrative costs.--Of the amounts authorized 
        to be appropriated under paragraph (2), up to 2 percent 
        per fiscal year is authorized to be appropriated for 
        administrative costs associated with carrying out this 
        section.
  Page 744, beginning on line 2, strike ``the Office of Supply 
Chain Resilience and Crisis Response'' and insert 
``Manufacturing Security and Resilience''.
  Page 751, line 13, strike ``Supply Chain Resilience and 
Crisis Response Office'' and insert ``Office of Manufacturing 
Security and Resilience''.
  Page 752, after line 24, insert the following:
                  (O) The Committee on Agriculture of the House 
                of Representatives.
                  (P) The Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, 
                and Forestry of the Senate.
  Page 754, line 8, strike ``the Commonwealth of''.
  Page 754, line 10, strike ``or possession''.
  Page 757, line 18, insert ``the United States Trade 
Representative,'' after ``Energy,''.
  Page 786, line 19, insert ``and manufacturers'' after 
``industry''.
  Page 788, line 3, insert ``manufacturers,'' after 
``Organization,''.
  Page 788, line 7, insert ``Such amounts shall remain 
available until expended.'' after ``2026.''.
  Page 788, after line 7, insert the following:
  (f) Construction Projects.--All laborers and mechanics 
employed by contractors or subcontractors in the performance of 
construction, alteration or repair work carried out, in whole 
or in part, with financial assistance made available under this 
section shall be paid wages at rates not less than those 
prevailing on projects of a character similar in the locality 
as determined by the Secretary of Labor in accordance with 
subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code. 
With respect to the labor standards specified in this section, 
the Secretary of Labor shall have the authority and functions 
set forth in Reorganization Plan Numbered 14 of 1950 (64 Stat. 
1267; 5 U.S.C. App.) and section 3145 of title 40, United 
States Code.
  Page 788, strike lines 14 through 17.
  Beginning on page 792, strike line 5 and all that follows 
through page 795, line 3 and insert the following:
  (j) Labor-management Cooperation.--
          (1) In general.--Notwithstanding any contrary 
        provision of law, including the National Labor 
        Relations Act (29 U.S.C. 151 et seq.), paragraphs (2) 
        through (7) shall apply with respect to any funding 
        recipient who is an employer and any labor organization 
        who represents or seeks to represent employees of a 
        funding recipient, as those terms are defined in 
        section 2 of the National Labor Relations Act (29 
        U.S.C. 152).
          (2) Labor peace.--Any employer receiving funds under 
        this section shall recognize for purposes of collective 
        bargaining a labor organization that demonstrates that 
        a majority of the employees in a unit appropriate for 
        bargaining who perform or will perform funded work have 
        signed valid authorizations designating the labor 
        organization as their bargaining representative and 
        that no other labor organization is currently certified 
        or recognized as the exclusive representative of any of 
        the employees in the unit pursuant to the National 
        Labor Relations Act (29 U.S.C. 151 et seq.). Upon such 
        showing of majority status, the employer shall notify 
        the labor organization and the National Labor Relations 
        Board (the Board) that it has determined that the labor 
        organization represents a majority of the employees and 
        that it is recognizing the labor organization as the 
        exclusive representative of the employees for the 
        purposes of collective bargaining pursuant to section 9 
        of the National Labor Relations Act (29 U.S.C. 159).
          (3) Certification.--Should a dispute over majority 
        status or the appropriateness of the unit arise between 
        the employer and the labor organization, either party 
        may request that the Board investigate and resolve the 
        dispute. If the Board finds that a majority of the 
        employees in a unit appropriate for bargaining has 
        signed valid authorizations designating the labor 
        organization as their bargaining representative and 
        that no other individual or labor organization is 
        currently certified or recognized as the exclusive 
        representative of any of the employees in the unit, the 
        Board shall not direct an election but shall certify 
        the labor organization as the representative described 
        in section 9(a) of the National Labor Relations Act (29 
        U.S.C. 159(a)).
          (4) Commencement of bargaining.--Not later than 10 
        days after receiving a written request for collective 
        bargaining from a recognized or certified labor 
        organization, or within such period as the parties 
        agree upon, the labor organization and employer shall 
        meet and commence to bargain collectively and shall 
        make every reasonable effort to conclude and sign a 
        collective bargaining agreement.
          (5) Mediation.--If after the expiration of the 90-day 
        period beginning on the date on which bargaining is 
        commenced, or such additional period as the parties may 
        agree upon, the parties have failed to reach an 
        agreement, either party may notify the Federal 
        Mediation and Conciliation Service of the existence of 
        a dispute and request mediation. Whenever such a 
        request is received, it shall be the duty of the 
        Service promptly to put itself in communication with 
        the parties and to use its best efforts, by mediation 
        and conciliation, to bring them to agreement.
          (6) Arbitration.--If after the expiration of the 30-
        day period beginning on the date on which the request 
        for mediation is made under paragraph (5), or such 
        additional period as the parties may agree upon, the 
        Service is not able to bring the parties to agreement 
        by conciliation, the Service shall refer the dispute to 
        a tripartite arbitration panel established in 
        accordance with such regulations as may be prescribed 
        by the Service, with one member selected by the labor 
        organization, one member selected by the employer, and 
        one neutral member mutually agreed to by the parties. 
        The labor organization and employer must each select 
        the members of the tripartite arbitration panel within 
        14 days of the Service's referral; if the labor 
        organization or employer fail to do so, the Service 
        shall designate any members not selected by the labor 
        organization or the employer. A majority of the 
        tripartite arbitration panel shall render a decision 
        settling the dispute as soon as practicable and not 
        later than within 120 days, absent extraordinary 
        circumstances or by agreement or permission of the 
        parties, and such decision shall be binding upon the 
        parties for a period of 2 years, unless amended during 
        such period by written consent of the parties. Such 
        decision shall be based on--
                  (A) the employer's financial status and 
                prospects;
                  (B) the size and type of the employer's 
                operations and business;
                  (C) the employees' cost of living;
                  (D) the employees' ability to sustain 
                themselves, their families, and their 
                dependents on the wages and benefits they earn 
                from the employer; and
                  (E) the wages and benefits other employers in 
                the same business provide their employees.
          (7) Subcontractors.--Any employer receiving funds 
        under this section shall require any subcontractor 
        whose employees perform or will perform funded work to 
        comply with the requirements set forth in paragraphs 
        (1) through (6) above.
  Page 814, line 19, strike ``The alteration, falsification,'' 
and insert ``The intentional material falsification,''.
  Page 815, line 8, through page 816, line 10, amend subsection 
(b) to read as follows:
  (b) Penalties.--Section 303(f) of the Federal Food, Drug, and 
Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 333(f)) is amended--
          (1) in subparagraphs (A) and (C) of paragraph (5), by 
        striking or ``or (9)'' each place it appears and 
        inserting ``(9), or (10)''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(10) Notwithstanding subsection (a), any person who 
violates section 301(fff) shall be subject to--
          ``(A) a civil monetary penalty not to exceed--
                  ``(i) $1,000,000 per violation; and
                  ``(ii) $10,000,000 for all violations 
                (excluding those described in subparagraph (B)) 
                adjudicated in a single proceeding; and
          ``(B) in the case of a violation that continues after 
        the Secretary provides written notice to such person, 
        if such person does not sufficiently remedy the 
        violation, including by producing corrected records or 
        information, additional civil penalties not to exceed--
                  ``(i) $1,000,000 for the first 30-day period 
                (or any portion thereof) following such notice 
                during which such person continues to be in 
                violation;
                  ``(ii) for each such 30-day period 
                thereafter, the amount that is double the 
                amount actually imposed for the preceding 30-
                day period, not to exceed $2,000,000 for any 
                30-day period; and
                  ``(iii) $20,000,000 for all violations 
                described in this subparagraph adjudicated in a 
                single proceeding.''.
  Page 862, line 2, insert ``the Permanent Select Committee on 
Intelligence of the House of Representatives and the Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the Senate,'' after 
``Representatives,''.
  Page 867, line 1, insert ``the Office of the Director of 
National Intelligence,'' after ``Commerce,''.
  Page 867, line 12, strike ``and''.
  Page 867, line 13, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Services''.
  Page 867, line 16, strike ``and''.
  Page 867, line 17, insert ``, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Affairs''.
  Page 872, line 24, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``Congress''.
  Page 880, line 18, strike ``and''.
  Page 880, line 19, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Reform''.
  Page 880, line 24, strike ``and''.
  Page 880, line 25, insert ``, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Affairs''.
  Page 884, line 21, strike ``and'' and insert a comma.
  Page 884, line 22, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Reform''.
  Page 885, line 1, strike ``and'' and insert a comma.
  Page 885, line 3, insert ``, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``fairs''.
  Page 889, line 24, strike ``and''.
  Page 890, line 1, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Means''.
  Page 890, line 5, strike ``and the Committee on Finance'' and 
insert ``, the Committee on Finance, and the Select Committee 
on Intelligence''.
  Page 890, line 15, strike ``and Foreign Affairs'' and insert 
``, Foreign Affairs, and the Permanent Select Committee on 
Intelligence''.
  Page 890, line 17, strike ``and Foreign Relations'' and 
insert ``, Foreign Relations, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence''.
  Page 895, line 23, strike ``and''.
  Page 895, line 24, insert ``, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Appropriations''.
  Page 896, line 2, strike ``and''.
  Page 896, line 3, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Appropriations''.
  Page 905, line 13, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``committees''.
  Page 981, line 17, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``mittees''.
  Page 983, line 13, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``committees''.
  Page 992, line 4, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``committees''.
  Page 995, beginning on line 23, amend paragraph (1) to read 
as follows:
          (1) understanding the origins of the COVID-19 
        pandemic may help the United States better prepare, 
        prevent, and respond to pandemic health threats in the 
        future;
  Page 996, beginning on line 21, strike paragraph (5).
  Page 997, line 15, insert ``, which resulted in broad 
intelligence community agreement that the `virus was not 
developed as a biological weapon' and `two hypotheses remain 
plausible: natural exposure to an infected animal and a 
laboratory-associated incident''' after ``COVID-19''.
  Page 1034, line 22, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate,'' after 
``Representatives,''.
  Page 1068, line 2, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``committees''.
  Page 1084, beginning line 7, strike ``United States'' and all 
that follows through ``addressing''.
  Page 1111, line 17, strike ``consultation'' and insert 
``coordination''.
  Page 1252, after line 6, insert the following new subsection 
(and redesignate the subsequent subsections accordingly):
  (f) Report.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
appropriate committees of Congress (including the Permanent 
Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of 
Representatives and the Select Committee on Intelligence of the 
Senate) a report on the matters covered by this section. The 
report shall be submitted in unclassified form, but may include 
a classified annex.
  Page 1269, line 24, strike ``possessions or'' before 
``territories''.
  Page 1271, line 10, strike ``possessions or'' after ``any of 
its''.
  Page 1272, after line 12, insert the following new paragraph 
(and redesignate the subsequent paragraphs accordingly):
          (1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        ``appropriate congressional committees'' includes the 
        Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House 
        of Representatives and the Select Committee on 
        Intelligence of the Senate.
  Page 1272, line 20, strike ``[section 3][update cross 
reference?]'' and insert ``subsection (a)''.
  Page 1286, line 9, strike ``and'' at the end.
  Page 1286, line 10, insert ``, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Judiciary''.
  Page 1286, line 10, insert ``, and the Committee on 
Appropriations'' before ``of the Senate''.
  Page 1286, line 13, strike ``and''.
  Page 1286, line 14, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Judiciary''.
  Page 1286, line 14, insert ``, and the Committee on 
Appropriations'' before ``of the House''.
  Page 1291, line 12, add ``Amounts deposited into such Fund 
under this subparagraph shall be credited as discretionary 
offsetting collections.'' after the period at the end.
  Page 1291, line 16, insert ``to the extent and in such 
amounts as provided in advance in appropriations Acts'' before 
``for the purposes''.
  Page 1291, line 17, strike ``paragraph (1)'' and all that 
follows through the end of the subparagraph and insert 
``paragraph (1).''.
  Page 1325, line 6, strike the semicolon and insert ``; and''.
  Page 1325, line 10, strike ``; and'' and insert a period.
  Page 1325, strike lines 11 through 16.
  Page 1337, line 8, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``Congress''.
  Page 1355, line 10, insert ``in consultation with the 
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, the 
Secretary of Energy, and any other Federal agency the President 
determines appropriate,'' after ``Development,''.
  Page 1375, strike lines 4 and 5 and insert ``short-lived 
climate pollutants.''.
  Page 1375, strike lines 6 through 11.
  Page 1376, line 14, strike ``pollutants''.
  Page 1376, line 11, insert ``or enhance'' after ``craft''.
  Page 1376, beginning on line 17, strike ``black carbon, 
methane, tropospheric ozone, and hydrofluorocarbons'' and 
insert ``short-lived climate pollutants''.
  Page 1376, line 21, insert ``pollutant'' after ``climate''.
  Page 1377, line 20, strike ``phasing out sources'' and insert 
``significantly reducing emissions''.
  Page 1377, line 23, insert ``effectively'' before 
``mitigate''.
  Page 1379, line 10, insert ``or maintain'' after ``enhance''.
  Page 1379, line 22, strike ``pollutant''.
  Page 1380, beginning on line 16, strike ``shall work with the 
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to'' and 
insert ``, in coordination with the Administrator of the 
Environmental Protection Agency, shall''.
  Beginning on page 1380, strike line 21 and all that follows 
through page 1381, line 18.
  Page 1382, line 6, strike ``eliminate'' and insert 
``significantly reduce''.
  Page 1382, beginning on line 9, strike ``Consistent with 
strategies adopted by the International Maritime Organization 
to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships, the Secretary of 
State, in consultation with the Secretary of Transportation, 
the Secretary of Commerce, the Administrator,'' and insert 
``The Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, in 
consultation with the Secretary of State, the Secretary of 
Energy, the Secretary of Transportation, the Secretary of 
Commerce,''.
  Page 1382, line 25, strike ``Pollutant''.
  Page 1383, beginning on line 4, strike ``Black Carbon, 
Methane, and High-GWP HFC'' and insert ``Short-Lived Climate''.
  Page 1383, strike lines 6 through 8 and insert the following:
          (2) Membership.--The members of the Working Group 
        shall include the head (or a designee thereof) of--
                  (A) the Department of Agriculture;
                  (B) the Department of Commerce;
                  (C) the Department of Defense;
                  (D) the Department of Energy;
                  (E) the Department of Health and Human 
                Services;
                  (F) the Department of the Interior;
                  (G) the Department of State;
                  (H) the Department of Transportation;
                  (I) the Environmental Protection Agency;
                  (J) the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
                Administration;
                  (K) the Council on Environmental Quality;
                  (L) the United States Agency for 
                International Development; and
                  (M) any other Federal agency the President 
                determines appropriate.
  Page 1383, strike lines 10 through 19.
  Page 1384, beginning on line 11, strike ``pollutants''.
  In section 30608, strike ``black carbon, methane, and high-
GWP HFC'' each place it appears and insert ``short-lived 
climate pollutants''.
  Page 1393, line 9, insert ``international'' after 
``monitor''.
  Page 1393, line 24, insert ``international'' after ``from''.
  Page 1400, line 13, insert ``(including the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate)'' after 
``Congress''.
  Page 1436, line 5, insert ``, in consultation with the 
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency,'' after 
``Secretary''.
  Page 1476, line 4, insert ``and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate'' after 
``Senate''.
  Page 1483, line 22, strike ``, are also a boon for'' and 
insert ``and law enforcement, can be tools abused by''.
  Page 1483, line 25, strike ``use'' and insert ``abuse''.
  Page 1485, strike lines 5 through 18 and insert the 
following:
          (1) in subsection (a)(2)(C), by striking ``subsection 
        (b)(5)'' and inserting ``paragraphs (5) and (6) of 
        subsection (b)''; and
  Page 1485, line 20, insert ``for or'' before ``on''.
  Page 1490, line 13, insert ``and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Resources''.
  Page 1490, line 16, insert ``and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Resources''.
  Page 1497, line 7, insert ``and the Committee on Foreign 
Affairs'' before ``of the House''.
  Page 1497, line 9, insert ``and the Committee on Foreign 
Relations'' before ``of the Senate''.
  Page 1497, line 9, insert ``and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and 
the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate'' after 
``Senate''.
  Page 1501, line 7, strike section 60801 and insert the 
following:

SEC. 60801. SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES TO PROVIDE DEBT 
                    RELIEF TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WITH UNSUSTAINABLE 
                    LEVELS OF DEBT.

  (a) Debt Relief.--The Secretary of the Treasury, in 
consultation with the Secretary of State, shall--
          (1) engage with international financial institutions 
        and official and commercial creditors to advance 
        support for prompt and effective implementation and 
        improvement of the Common Framework for Debt Treatments 
        beyond the Debt Service Suspension Initiative (in this 
        section referred to as the ``Common Framework''), and 
        any successor framework or similar coordinated 
        international debt treatment process through the 
        establishment and publication of clear and 
        accountable--
                  (A) debt treatment benchmarks designed to 
                achieve debt sustainability for each 
                participating debtor;
                  (B) standards for equitable burden sharing 
                among all creditors with material claims on 
                each participating debtor, without regard for 
                their official, private, or hybrid status;
                  (C) robust debt disclosure, including but not 
                limited to inter-creditor data sharing and a 
                broad presumption in favor of public disclosure 
                of material terms and conditions of claims on 
                participating debtors;
                  (D) expanded eligibility criteria to include 
                all countries with unsustainable levels of 
                sovereign debt;
                  (E) standards for comprehensive creditor 
                participation consistent with robust 
                application of the policies of the 
                International Monetary Funds relating to 
                lending into arrears; and
                  (F) consistent enforcement and improvement of 
                the policies of multilateral institutions 
                relating to asset-based and revenue-based 
                borrowing by participating debtors, and 
                coordinated standards on restructuring 
                collateralized debt;
          (2) engage with international financial institutions 
        and official and commercial creditors to advance 
        support for a comprehensive and effective debt payment 
        standstill for each participating debtor from the time 
        of its application for, and until the completion of its 
        negotiations under, the Common Framework, or any 
        successor framework or similar coordinated 
        international debt treatment process: provided, 
        however, that any such standstill should incentivize 
        prompt and comprehensive debt restructuring agreement 
        and provide temporary cash flow relief for the debtor, 
        without exacerbating its vulnerability to debt 
        distress; and
          (3) instruct the United States Executive Director at 
        the International Monetary Fund and the United States 
        Executive Director at the World Bank to use the voice 
        and vote of the United States to advance the efforts 
        described in paragraphs (1) and (2), including by 
        urging international financial institutions to 
        participate in debt relief, without undermining their 
        ability to continue to provide new and additional flows 
        of aid and assistance.
  (b) Reporting Requirement.--Not later than 120 days after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, and annually thereafter 
until the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, as determined by the 
World Health Organization, the Secretary of the Treasury, in 
coordination with the Secretary of State, shall submit to the 
Committees on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs and Foreign 
Relations of the Senate and the Committees on Financial 
Services and Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives a 
report that describes--
          (1) actions that have been taken, in coordination 
        with international financial institutions, by official 
        creditors, including the government of, and state-owned 
        enterprises in, the People's Republic of China, and 
        relevant commercial creditor groups to advance debt 
        relief for countries with unsustainable debt that have 
        sought relief under the Common Framework, any successor 
        framework or mechanism, or under any other coordinated 
        international arrangement for sovereign debt 
        restructuring;
          (2) any implementation challenges that hinder the 
        ability of the Common Framework to provide timely debt 
        restructuring for any country with unsustainable debt 
        that seeks debt relief or debt payment relief, 
        including any refusal of any creditors to participate 
        in equitable burden sharing, including but not limited 
        to failure to share (or publish, as appropriate) all 
        material information needed to assess debt 
        sustainability and inter-creditor equity;
          (3) recommendations on how to address challenges 
        identified in paragraph (2);
          (4) any United States policy concerns with respect to 
        providing debt relief to specific countries; and
          (5) the transparency and accountability measures 
        established or proposed to ensure that resources freed 
        up by the debt relief described in paragraph (1) are 
        used for activities that respond to the health, 
        economic, and social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, 
        climate change resiliency, or help ensure equitable 
        recoveries and growth.
  Page 1507, line 21, insert ``the Chairman and Ranking Member 
of the Committee on Energy and Commerce'' after ``the Chairman 
and Ranking Member of the Committee on Financial Services''.
  Page 1520, lines 20 and 21, strike ``the Commonwealth of''.
  Page 1520, lines 21 and 22, strike ``or possession''.
  Page 1545, line 21, strike ``sees'' and insert ``seas''.
   Page 1545, line 22, strike ``another'' and insert ``any''.
  Page 1572, lines 18 and 19. strike ``shall be made available 
to'' and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated to''.
  Page 1572, lines 20 and 21. strike ``shall be made available 
to'' and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated to''.
  Page 1576, line 5, after ``local,'' insert ``territorial,''.
  Page 1580, line 7, strike ``local'' and insert ``local, 
territorial,''.
  Page 1581, line 24, after ``local,'' insert ``territorial,''.
  Page 1588, line 15, after ``Islander,'' insert 
``territorial,''.
  Page 1607, strike lines 1 through 4.
  Page 1612, line 18, strike ``which shall'' and all that 
follows through the end of subsection (a) and insert 
``consisting of such amounts as are appropriated to the Fund.''
  Page 1613, strike lines 2 through 7, and resdesignate the 
subsequent subsection accordingly.
  Page 1628, strike lines 5 through 8.
  Page 1629, strike line 14 and all that follows through page 
1630, line 16, and redesignate the subsequent subsections 
accordingly.
  Page 1636, line 1, strike ``Of the amounts'' and all that 
follows through ``may be used for'' and insert ``Of the amounts 
authorized to be appropriated under subsection (a), not more 
than the lesser of $1,500,000 or 10 percent of such amounts is 
authorized to be appropriated for''.
  Page 1636, line 12, strike ``there shall be made available to 
the Administrator''.
  Page 1636, line 13, insert ``is authorized to be 
appropriated'' after ``$8,000,000''.
  Page 1636, lines 16 and 17, strike ``shall be made 
available'' and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 1636, lines 19 and 20, strike ``shall be made 
available'' and insert ``is authorized to be appropriated''.
  Page 1643, line 4, strike ``or possession''.
  Page 1647, after line 19, insert the following:
          (12) The Ambassador of the United States Trade 
        Representative.
  Page 1647, line 20, strike ``(12)'' and insert ``(13)''.
  Page 1647, line 22, strike ``(13)'' and insert ``(14)''.
  Page 1647, line 24, strike ``(14)'' and insert ``(15)''.
  Page 1661, strike lines 17 through 20, and insert the 
following:
                  (A) by inserting ``or any interstate 
                transport within the United States,'' after 
                ``or any possession of the United States,'' the 
                first place it appears; and
  Page 1663, line 1, strike ``(D)'' and insert ``(B)''.
  Page 1663, line 22, strike ``the Commonwealth of''.
  Page 1663, line 23, strike ``possession'' and insert 
``territory''.
  Page 1848, line 1, strike ``system,'' and insert ``system 
(such as individuals currently or recently incarcerated),''.
  Page 1848, line 7, add ``or'' at the end.
  Page 1848, strike lines 8 through 9.
  Page 1891, line 18, strike ``shall have the meaning'' and 
insert ``have the meanings''.
  Page 1892, after line 2, insert the following:
          (6) Outlying area.--The term ``outlying area'' has 
        the meaning given the term in section 8101(36)(A) of 
        the Elementary and Secondary Education of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 7801(36)(A)).
  Page 1892, line 5, strike ``meaning'' and insert 
``meanings''.
  Page 1893, beginning on line 11, strike ``the Commonwealth 
of''.
  Page 1897, line 19, strike ``or'' and insert ``(or''.
  Page 1897, line 21, strike ``entity'' and insert ``entity)''.
  Page 1897, line 22, insert ``that'' after ``verifying''.
  Page 1900, line 19, strike the period at the end and insert a 
semicolon.
  Page 1903, line 12, strike ``(c)(7)(C)'' and insert 
``(c)(7)(B)''.
  Page 1904, strike line 11.
  Page 1906, line 6, strike ``(c)(7)(C)'' and insert 
``(c)(7)(B)''.
  Page 1909, line 16, strike ``received'' and insert 
``receive''.
  Page 1910, line 19, insert ``and'' before ``particularly''.
  Page 1912, line 24, strike ```State',''.
  Page 1914, after line 13, insert the following:
          (4) Outlying area.--The term ``outlying area'' has 
        the meaning given the term in section 8101(36)(A) of 
        the Elementary and Secondary Education of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 7801(36)(A)).
          (5) State.--The term ``State'' means each of the 50 
        States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
  Page 1914, line 17, strike ``ESEA'' and insert ``the 
Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
6311(b)(2)(B)(xi)''.
  Beginning on page 1912, reorder the paragraphs in section 
90202(b) in alphabetical order, and renumber such paragraphs as 
so reordered.
  Page 1917, beginning on line 20, insert ``and'' before 
``particularly''.
  Page 1918, line 4, strike ``in'' and insert ``under''.
  Page 1922, line 10, strike ``in'' and insert ``under''.
  Page 1923, line 10, strike ``particularly'' and insert ``and 
particularly for''.
  Page 1933, line 12, strike ``Implement'' and insert 
``Implementing''.
  Page 1960, strike line 17 through ``$69,353,000.'' on line 
22.
  Beginning on page 1970, strike line 13 through ``title.'' on 
page 1971, line 6.
  Page 2050, beginning on line 15, strike ``child care 
allowances'' and insert ``child and other dependent care 
allowances''.
  Page 2054, line 8, strike ``Child Care Allowances'' and 
insert ``Child and Other Dependent Care Allowances''.
  Page 2054, line 13, strike ``child care allowances'' and 
insert ``child and other dependent care allowances''.
  Page 2054, line 14, strike ``Child Care Allowances'' and 
insert ``Child and Other Dependent Care Allowances''.
  Page 2054, beginning on line 20, strike ``child care 
allowance'' and insert ``child and other dependent care 
allowance''.
  Page 2054, line 25, strike ``child care allowance'' and 
insert ``child and other dependent care allowance''.
  Page 2055, beginning on line 5, strike ``child care 
allowance'' and insert ``child and other dependent care 
allowance''.
  Page 2057, strike the matter following line 13 and insert the 
following:
``Sec. 238A. Child and other dependent care allowances.''.
  Page 2066, after line 3, add the following:

SEC. 101115. REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN TERRITORIES.

  Section 248 of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2320) is 
amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(c) Requirements for Certain Territories.--The Secretary 
shall establish such requirements as may be necessary and 
appropriate to modify the requirements of this chapter, 
including requirements relating to eligibility for trade 
readjustment allowances and limitations on administrative 
expenditures, to address the particular circumstances of Guam, 
the Virgin Islands of the United States, American Samoa, and 
the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in 
implementing and carrying out this chapter.''.
  Page 2088, line 15, strike ``Funds'' and insert ``Subject to 
paragraph (3), funds''.
  Page 2088, line 21, insert ``paragraph (3) and'' after 
``Subject to''.
  Page 2089, after line 10, insert the following:
          (3) Availability.--The transfer authorities provided 
        by this subsection shall not apply with respect to 
        amounts made available by an appropriations Act.
  Page 2089, line 20, insert ``territorial,'' after ``local,''.
  Page 2101, beginning on line 10, strike ``0.5 percent for 
technical assistance, pilots and demonstrations'' and insert 
``1 percent for administration (in addition to amounts 
otherwise available for such purposes), technical assistance, 
grants for pilots and demonstrations''.
  Page 2101, after line 18, insert the following:
          (3) Trade adjustment assistance for communities.--
                  (A) In general.--There is authorized to be 
                appropriated for each of fiscal years 2022 
                through 2026 $1,000,000,000 to carry out 
                subchapter A of chapter 4 of title II of the 
                Trade Act of 1974, as added by section 101301 
                of this Act.
                  (B) Salaries and expenses.--Of the amounts 
                appropriated pursuant to the authorization 
                under subparagraph (A) for each of fiscal years 
                2022 through 2026, not more than $40,000,000 is 
                authorized to be made available for the 
                salaries and expenses of personnel 
                administering subchapter A of chapter 4 of 
                title II of the Trade Act of 1974.
                  (C) Supplement and not supplant.--Amounts 
                appropriated pursuant to the authorization 
                under subparagraph (A) for each of the fiscal 
                years 2022 through 2026 shall be used to 
                supplement, and not supplant, other Federal, 
                State, regional, and local government funds 
                made available to provide economic development 
                assistance for communities.
          (4) Trade adjustment assistance for community 
        colleges and career training.--
                  (A) In general.--There is authorized to be 
                appropriated for each of fiscal years 2022 
                through 2028 $1,300,000,000 to carry out 
                subchapter B of chapter 4 of title II of the 
                Trade Act of 1974, as designated by section 
                101301 of this Act.
                  (B) Reservation by the secretary.--Of the 
                funds appropriated to carry out subchapter B of 
                chapter 4 of title II of the Trade Act of 1974 
                for each of fiscal years 2002 through 2028, the 
                Secretary of Labor may reserve not more than 5 
                percent for administration of the program, 
                including providing technical assistance, 
                sustained outreach to eligible institutions 
                effectively serving minority or low-income 
                populations, grants for pilots and 
                demonstrations, and a rigorous third-party 
                evaluation of the program.
  Page 2101, line 19, strike ``(3)'' and insert ``(5)''.
  Page 2157, strike line 10 and all that follows through line 
17 and insert the following:

SEC. 102503. ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS RELATING TO CHEESE SUBJECT TO AN IN-
                    QUOTA RATE OF DUTY.

  Section 702 of the Trade Agreements Act of 1979 (Public Law 
96-39) is amended--
          (1) by striking subsection (a); and
          (2) by striking subparagraph (B) of subsection 
        (b)(2).
  Page 2167, line 13, strike ``15th day'' and insert ``180th 
day''.
  Page 2168, line 9, insert ``the Committee on Foreign 
Relations,'' after ``Pensions,''.
  Page 2168, line 9, strike ``and''.
  Page 2168, line 10, insert ``, and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence'' after ``Affairs''.
  Page 2168, line 16, insert ``the Committee on Foreign 
Affairs,'' after ``Security,''.
  Page 2168, line 16, strike ``and''.
  Page 2168, line 17, insert ``, and the Permanent Select 
Committee on Intelligence'' after ``Infrastructure''.
  Page 2904, line 19, insert ``related'' before 
``predevelopment''.
  Page 2904, strike lines 20 through 21 and insert the 
following:
          (3) the Secretary shall transfer not more than 3 
        percent to the Salary and Expenses Account of the 
        Economic Development Administration for the costs of 
        administration and oversight of this section.
  Page 2905, after line 21, insert the following (and 
redesignate the subsequent subsection accordingly):
  (f) Eligible Uses.--Eligible recipients and other specified 
entities in an eligible area may use funds awarded under 
subsection (c)(1), in accordance with an approved recompete 
plan, to carry out coordinated and comprehensive economic 
development programs and activities in an eligible area, which 
shall include--
          (1) the provision of business advice and assistance 
        to small and medium-sized local businesses and 
        entrepreneurs, including--
                  (A) manufacturing extension services;
                  (B) small business development centers;
                  (C) centers to help businesses bid for 
                Federal procurement contracts;
                  (D) entrepreneurial assistance programs that 
                link entrepreneurs with available public and 
                private resources;
                  (E) legal advice and resources; and
                  (F) assistance in accessing capital;
          (2) land and site development programs, such as 
        brownfield redevelopment, research and technology 
        parks, business incubators, business corridor 
        development, and Main Street redevelopment programs;
          (3) infrastructure and housing activities that are 
        directly related to supporting job creation and 
        employment for residents, such as--
                  (A) improvements to transit, roads, and 
                broadband access;
                  (B) housing development and other activities 
                to address local housing needs;
                  (C) land-use and zoning reforms; and
                  (D) transit-oriented development activities;
          (4) job training oriented to local employer needs, 
        such as customized job training programs carried out by 
        local community colleges in partnership with local 
        businesses;
          (5) workforce outreach programs, such as--
                  (A) programs located in, and targeted to, 
                lower-income and underemployed neighborhoods; 
                and
                  (B) embedding job placement and training 
                services in neighborhood institutions such as 
                churches, housing projects, and community 
                advocacy programs;
          (6) job retention programs and activities, such as 
        the provision of--
                  (A) job coaches;
                  (B) child care services; and
                  (C) transportation support;
          (7) planning, predevelopment, technical assistance, 
        and other administrative activities as may be necessary 
        for the ongoing implementation, administration, and 
        operation of the programs and activities carried out 
        with a grant described in subsection (c)(1) and in 
        accordance with the requirements of this section, 
        including but not limited to economic development 
        planning and evaluation; and
          (8) such other programs and activities as the 
        Secretary determines to be appropriate, including any 
        proposed programs or activities that the recipient 
        demonstrates clearly and substantially, to the 
        satisfaction of the Secretary, will directly advance 
        the goals of the program established under this 
        section.
  Page 2906, line 16, strike ``that is either'' and all that 
follows through line 25 and insert ``which has been authorized 
in a manner as determined by the Secretary to represent and act 
on behalf of an eligible area for the purposes of the Recompete 
Pilot Program.''.
  Page 2908, line 22, strike ``and''.
  Page 2908, after line 22, insert the following (and 
redesignate the subsequent clause accordingly):
                          (iii) the roles and responsibilities 
                        of specified entities which may receive 
                        funds awarded under this grant to carry 
                        out proposed programs and activities; 
                        and
  Page 2909, line 4, strike ``and'' at the end.
  Page 2909, line 7, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 2909, after line 7, insert the following:
                  (D) may be modified over the term of the 
                grant by the eligible recipient, subject to the 
                approval of the Secretary or at the direction 
                of the Secretary, if benchmarking requirements 
                are repeatedly not met or if other 
                circumstances necessitate a modification.
  Page 2909, line 12, strike ``or possession''.
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         PART D--TEXT OF AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 4521 MADE IN ORDER

1. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Adams of North Carolina 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 325, line 3, strike ``The Director'' and insert ``(A) 
The Director''.
  Page 325, after line 7, insert the following:
                  (B) The Director shall administer separate 
                competitions for each category of eligible 
                institution described in subclauses (I) through 
                (IV) of paragraph (2)(A)(i).
  Page 326, beginning line 1, amend clause (ii) to read as 
follows:
                          (ii) shall--
                                  (I) have not more than 
                                $50,000,000 in annual federally 
                                financed research and 
                                development expenditures for 
                                science and engineering as 
                                reported through the National 
                                Science Foundation Higher 
                                Education Research and 
                                Development Survey; or
                                  (II) not be an institution 
                                classified as having very high 
                                research activity by the 
                                Carnegie Classification of 
                                Institutions of Higher 
                                Education.
  Page 328, beginning line 12, strike ``$100,000,000'' and all 
that follows through ``through 2026'' and insert ``$200,000,000 
for fiscal year 2022 and $250,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
2023 through 2026''.
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    2. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Auchincloss of 
        Massachusetts or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In section 30241(2)(G), insert ``and countering their 
disbursement of vaccines in exchange for exploitative 
concessions in low- to middle-income countries while 
maintaining United States engagement with and support for 
multilateral vaccine procurement and equitable distribution'' 
after ``in the PRC''.
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    3. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Auchincloss of 
        Massachusetts or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 989, line 22, insert ``auto-disable syringes,'' after 
``diagnostics,''.
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    4. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Auchincloss of 
        Massachusetts or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 415, line 9, strike ``support for biomanufacturing 
testbeds'' and insert ``support for a national network of 
testbeds based on open standards, interfaces, and processes''.
  Page 430, strike lines 10 through 15 and insert the following 
(and redesignate the succeeding subparagraphs accordingly):
                  (A) advance the development of standard 
                reference materials and measurements, including 
                to promote interoperability between new 
                component technologies and processes for 
                engineering biology and biomanufacturing 
                discovery, innovation, and production 
                processes;
                  (B) create new data tools, techniques, and 
                processes necessary to advance engineering 
                biology and biomanufacturing;
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    5. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Auchincloss of 
        Massachusetts or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division G, add the following:

              TITLE XI--AFGHAN TRADE ZONES FOR LICIT TRADE


SEC. 62001. STUDY AND REPORT ON FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHMENT AND 
                    IMPLEMENTATION OF AFGHAN TRADE ZONES FOR LICIT 
                    TRADE.

  (a) In General.--To facilitate a secure path of licit market 
activity to support the legitimate economy and the humanitarian 
needs to every day Afghans, the Secretary of the Treasury and 
the Secretary of State, in consultation with the heads of other 
Federal agencies as appropriate, shall jointly conduct a study 
on the management of sanctions imposed against Afghan 
individuals, including with respect granting of licenses to 
such individuals, to facilitate the implementation of foreign 
trade zones in Afghanistan for licit trade.
  (b) Matters To Be Included.--The study required under 
subsection (a) should--
          (1) identify individuals described in subsection (a) 
        that, if sanctions imposed against such individuals are 
        revised or licenses are granted to such individuals, 
        could establish and implement such foreign trade zones 
        but still maintain United States national security; and
          (2) review the possibility of establishing such 
        foreign trade zones within the current sanctions 
        regime, including--
                  (A) identifying such individuals that would 
                implement foreign trade zones;
                  (B) identifying the programs under which such 
                individuals are sanctioned to determine if 
                revised sanctions or granting of licenses is 
                appropriate;
                  (C) identifying the possibility of such 
                individuals implementing such foreign trade 
                zones; and
                  (D) identifying any potential conflicts with 
                non-United States or other foreign allied 
                sanctions, such as sanctions imposed by the 
                United Nations or the European Union.
  (c) Report.--The Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary 
of State shall jointly submit to Congress a report on the 
results of the study.
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 6. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Balderson of Ohio or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 30606.
  Strike section 30609.
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 7. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Balderson of Ohio or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end the following:

 DIVISION M--COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDER SAFETY AND OVERSIGHT IMPROVEMENTS


SEC. 120001. DEFINITIONS.

  In this division, the following definitions apply:
          (1) Foreign manufacturer of cylinders; fmoc.--The 
        terms ``foreign manufacturer of cylinders'' and 
        ``FMOC'' mean an entity that manufactures cylinders 
        outside of the United States intended to be 
        represented, marked, certified, or sold as qualified 
        for use in transporting hazardous material in commerce 
        in the United States.
          (2) In good standing.--The term ``in good standing'' 
        means an FMOC that--
                  (A) is has been authorized by the Secretary 
                pursuant to section 107.807 of title 49, Code 
                of Federal Regulations; and
                  (B) has demonstrated 3 years of compliance 
                with section 107 of title 49, United States 
                Code, and chapter 51 of title 49, United States 
                Code.
          (3) Cylinder.--The term ``cylinder'' means any 
        cylinder specified under sections 178.36 through 178.68 
        of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.
          (4) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Transportation.

SEC. 120002. AUTHORIZATION OF FOREIGN MANUFACTURER OF CYLINDERS.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary shall issue regulations to 
provide that an authorization provided to an FMOC pursuant to 
section 107.807 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, or 
any similar successor regulation, shall be for a period of not 
longer than 1 year, except as provided for in subsection (b).
  (b) 5-Year Authorization.--The Secretary may approve a 5-year 
authorization of an FMOC pursuant to such section if the 
following requirements are met:
          (1) The FMOC attests that none of the cylinders made 
        by such manufacturer are prohibited from entry to the 
        United States under section 307 of the Tariff Act of 
        1930 (19 U.S.C. 1307).
          (2) The FMOC certifies that--
                  (A) the information provided pursuant to 
                section 120006 is accurate; and
                  (B) the FMOC has a proactive responsibility 
                to inform the Secretary if any such information 
                materially changes.
          (3) The FMOC provides proof of the minimum financial 
        responsibility required under section 120003.
          (4) The Secretary determines the FMOC is in good 
        standing.
  (c) Facility Inspections.--
          (1) Penalties.--The Secretary may suspend or 
        terminate an authorization of an FMOC described in this 
        division if such FMOC obstructs or prevents the 
        Secretary from carrying out an inspection under section 
        107.807(c) of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.
          (2) Definition of obstructs.--For the purposes of 
        this subsection, the term ``obstructs'' means taking 
        actions that are known, or reasonably should be known, 
        to prevent, hinder, or impede an inspection.
  (d) Interaction With Other Statutes, Agreements, 
Regulations.--Nothing in this section may be construed to 
prevent the harmonization of cylinder standards otherwise 
authorized by law or regulation.
  (e) Other Cause for Suspension or Termination.--The Secretary 
may suspend or terminate an authorization of an FMOC described 
in this division upon determination that the FMOC knowingly or 
intentionally misrepresented responses to the Secretary 
required by law or regulation or the requirements of sections 
120003 and 120006.

SEC. 120003. PROOF OF MINIMUM FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIRED AT TIME 
                    OF APPLICATION.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary shall issue such regulations as are 
necessary to establish minimum levels of financial 
responsibility required for entities to receive approval 
pursuant to section 107.807 of title 49, Code of Federal 
Regulations.

SEC. 120004. REEVALUATION BY REQUEST FOR RELATED VIOLATIONS.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall issue such 
regulations as necessary to establish a process for any 
interested party to request a reevaluation of the authorization 
of FMOC cylinders under section 107.807 of title 49, Code of 
Federal Regulations, to review the accuracy and safety of the 
actions of such manufacturer.
  (b) Petition for Reevaluation.--Such regulations shall allow 
an interested party to file a petition if such party has 
evidence of inaccurate, changed, or fraudulent attestations or 
responses made by an FMOC to the Secretary under section 120002 
or 120006.

SEC. 120005. NOTICE AND COMMENT FOR APPLICATIONS BY FOREIGN 
                    MANUFACTURERS OF CYLINDERS.

  Upon receipt of an application for approval under section 
107.807 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, or any 
similar successor regulation, the Secretary shall timely 
publish notification of such application in the Federal 
Register and provide 30 days for public comment on such 
application prior to approval.

SEC. 120006. ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS TO ENSURE SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE WITH 
                    DOT PROCESS.

  (a) Additional Questions.--The Secretary shall require as 
part of an application for approval pursuant to section 107.807 
of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, or any similar 
successor regulation, that the applicant answer the following 
questions:
          (1) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, has ever 
        been subject to a civil monetary penalty under title 
        49, United States Code, relating to any actions carried 
        out as an authorized FMOC or during the application for 
        authorization under such section.
          (2) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, has been 
        delinquent in the payment of any civil monetary 
        penalties or other fines or fees under title 49, United 
        States Code.
          (3) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, is 
        subject to the Do Not Pay Initiative established under 
        section 3354 of title 31, United States Code, as of the 
        date of application.
          (4) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, is 
        listed in the Military End User List of the Department 
        of Commerce as of the date of application.
          (5) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, is 
        identified by the Department of Defense as an entity 
        listed under section 1237 of the Strom Thurmond 
        National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999 
        (50 U.S.C. 1701 note) as of the date of application.
          (6) Does the FMOC applying certify that the FMOC has 
        the requisite minimum financial responsibility as 
        required in section 120004, and that such financial 
        responsibility will continue throughout entirety of the 
        requested authorization period.
          (7) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, has been 
        found guilty of a criminal penalty or assessed a civil 
        penalty under section 1760 John S. McCain National 
        Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 section 
        (50 U.S.C. 4819).
          (8) Whether the FMOC applying, or any entity 
        controlling more than 10 percent of such FMOC, is 
        currently subject to a final antidumping or 
        countervailing duty order from the Department of 
        Commerce as of the date of application.
  (b) Denial of Application.--The Secretary may deny an 
application for approval under section 107.807 of title 49, 
Code of Federal Regulations, based on the responses to the 
questions required under subsection (a).

SEC. 120007. FOREIGN MANUFACTURERS LISTING APPROVALS.

  Not less than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, 
and annually thereafter, the Secretary shall publish and 
maintain on the website of the Department of Transportation, a 
list of authorized FMOCs and the duration of such 
authorization.

SEC. 120008. AUTHORIZING FOREIGN INSPECTIONS.

  Not less than 180 days after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary shall update section 107.807(d) of title 49, 
Code of Federal Regulations, to--
          (1) require that in any case in which the Associate 
        Administrator determines there is good cause, an 
        inspection under such section shall be carried out 
        annually for such duration as the Associated 
        Administrator determines appropriate;
          (2) specify that a refusal of inspection under such 
        section shall result in a loss of a status of in good 
        standing;
          (3) allow the Associate Administrator to request at 
        the discretion of the Administrator, production of test 
        and production records and random sample testing; and
          (4) allow for the recovery of all associated costs of 
        foreign inspections to include travel, time, and other 
        costs, as determined by the Secretary.
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8. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Banks of Indiana or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30325 the following:

SEC. 30326. DETERMINATION WITH RESPECT TO THE IMPOSITION OF SANCTIONS 
                    ON ENTITIES INVOLVED IN USING UYGHUR FORCED LABOR.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized a 
        shipment of 40.31 megawatts of modules manufactured by 
        LONGi Green Energy Technology Co. in October 2021 out 
        of the concerns that LONGi used forced Uyghur labor in 
        Xinjiang.
          (2) The Department of Commerce added five Chinese 
        entities to the entity list for participating in using 
        forced Uyghur labor in Xinjiang in June 2021, these 
        entities include: Hoshine Silicon Industry (Shanshan) 
        Co., Ltd, Xinjiang Daqo New Energy Co., Ltd, Xinjiang 
        East Hope Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd, and Xinjiang GCL 
        New Energy, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps 
        (XPCC).
          (3) The Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2021 
        (Public Law 116-145), as amended by Public Law 117-78, 
        requires the President to impose asset blocking 
        sanctions on foreign persons responsible for serious 
        human rights abuses in connection with forced labor in 
        Xinjiang, China.
  (b) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Treasury, in 
consultation with the Secretary of State, shall report to the 
appropriate congressional committees a determination, including 
a detailed justification, regarding whether LONGi Green Energy 
Technology Co., Hoshine Silicon Industry (Shanshan) Co., Ltd, 
Xinjiang Daqo New Energy Co., Ltd, Xinjiang East Hope 
Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd, and Xinjiang GCL New Energy, each 
meets the criteria for designation under section 6 of the 
Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act (Public Law 116-145), as amended 
by section 5 of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (Public 
Law 117-78).
  (b) Public Availability of Information.--The report required 
under this section shall be made available on a publicly 
available website of the Federal Government.
  (c) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban 
        Affairs, the Committee on Finance, the Committee on 
        Foreign Relations, and the Committee on Armed Services 
        of the Senate; and
          (2) the Committee on Financial Services, the 
        Committee on Ways and Means, the Committee on Foreign 
        Affairs, and the Committee on Armed Services of the 
        House of Representatives.
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 9. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bass of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1099, beginning line 3, strike section 30274 and insert 
the following:

SEC. __. SUPPORT FOR YOUNG AFRICAN LEADERS INITIATIVE.

  (a) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the Young African Leaders Initiative, launched in 
        2010, is a signature effort to invest in the next 
        generation of African leaders;
          (2) Africa is a continent of strategic importance and 
        it is vital for the United States to support strong and 
        enduring partnerships with the next generation of 
        African leaders;
          (3) the United States Government should prioritize 
        investments to build the capacity of emerging young 
        African leaders in sub-Saharan Africa, including 
        through efforts to--
                  (A) enhance leadership skills;
                  (B) encourage entrepreneurship;
                  (C) strengthen public administration and the 
                role of civil society;
                  (D) enhance peace and security in their 
                respective countries of origin and across 
                Africa; and
                  (E) connect young African leaders 
                continentally and globally across the private, 
                civic, and public sectors;
          (4) youth in Africa have a positive impact on efforts 
        to foster economic growth, improve public sector 
        transparency and governance, and counter extremism, and 
        should be an area of focus for United States outreach 
        on the African continent; and
          (5) the Secretary of State should--
                  (A) increase the number of fellows from 
                Africa participating in the Mandela Washington 
                Fellowship above the estimated 700 fellows who 
                participated during fiscal year 2021; and
                  (B) identify additional ways to connect YALI 
                alumni to United States public and private 
                resources and institutions.
  (b) Young African Leaders Initiative Program.--
          (1) In general.--There is established the Young 
        African Leaders Initiative (``YALI''), which shall be 
        carried out by the Secretary of State.
          (2) Purpose.--YALI shall seek to build the capacity 
        of young African leaders in sub-Saharan Africa in the 
        areas of business, civic engagement, or public 
        administration, including through efforts to--
                  (A) support young African leaders by offering 
                professional development, training, and 
                networking opportunities, particularly in the 
                areas of leadership, innovation, civic 
                engagement, elections, human rights, 
                entrepreneurship, good governance, peace and 
                security, and public administration; and
                  (B) provide increased economic and technical 
                assistance to young African leaders to promote 
                economic growth, strengthen ties between United 
                States and African businesses, build resilience 
                to predatory lending practices, and improve 
                capacity in key economic areas such as 
                tendering, bidding, and contract negotiations, 
                budget management and oversight, anti-
                corruption, and establishment of clear policy 
                and regulatory practices.
          (3) Fellowships.--
                  (A) In general.--YALI shall support the 
                participation in the United States in the 
                Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African 
                Leaders of fellows from Africa who--
                          (i) are between25 and 35 years of 
                        age;
                          (ii) have demonstrated strong 
                        capabilities in entrepreneurship, 
                        innovation, public service, and 
                        leadership; and
                          (iii) have had a positive impact in 
                        their communities, organizations, or 
                        institutions.
                  (B) Oversight.--The fellowships described in 
                paragraph (1) shall be overseen by the 
                Secretary of State through the Bureau of 
                Education and Cultural Affairs.
                  (C) Eligibility.--The Secretary of State 
                shall establish and publish--
                          (i) eligibility criteria for 
                        participation as a fellow under 
                        paragraph (1); and
                          (ii) criteria for determining which 
                        eligible applicants will be selected.
          (4) Reciprocal exchanges.--Subject to the approval of 
        the Secretary of State, United States citizens may--
                  (A) engage in reciprocal exchanges in 
                connection with alumni of the fellowship 
                described in subsection (c); and
                  (B) collaborate on projects with such 
                fellowship alumni.
          (5) Regional leadership centers and networks.--The 
        Administrator of the United States Agency for 
        International Development shall establish--
                  (A) not fewer than 4 regional leadership 
                centers in sub-Saharan Africa to offer in-
                person and online training throughout the year 
                on business and entrepreneurship, civic 
                leadership, and public management to young 
                African leaders between 18 and 35 years of age 
                who have demonstrated strong capabilities in 
                entrepreneurship, innovation, public service 
                and leadership, and peace-building and conflict 
                resolution, and who have had a positive impact 
                in their communities, organizations, or 
                institutions; and
                  (B) an online network that provides 
                information and courses on, and connections 
                with leaders in, the private and public sectors 
                of Africa.
          (6) Activities.--
                  (A) United states-based activities.--The 
                Secretary of State, in coordination with the 
                heads of relevant Federal departments and 
                agencies, shall oversee all United States-based 
                activities carried out under YALI, including--
                          (i) the participation of Mandela 
                        Washington Fellows in a six-week 
                        Leadership Institute at a United States 
                        educational institution in business, 
                        civic engagement, or public management, 
                        including academic sessions, site 
                        visits, professional networking 
                        opportunities, leadership training, 
                        community service, and organized 
                        cultural activities; and
                          (ii) the participation by Mandela 
                        Washington fellows in an annual Mandela 
                        Washington Fellowship Summit, to 
                        provide such Fellows the opportunity to 
                        meet with United States leaders from 
                        the private, public, and non-profit 
                        sectors.
                  (B) Africa-based activities.--The Secretary 
                of State, in coordination with the 
                Administrator for the United States Agency for 
                International Development and the heads of 
                other relevant Federal departments and 
                agencies, should continue to support YALI 
                activities in sub-Saharan Africa, including--
                          (i) continued leadership training and 
                        other professional development 
                        opportunities for Mandela Washington 
                        Fellowship for Young African Leaders 
                        alumni upon their return to their home 
                        countries, including online courses, 
                        technical assistance, and access to 
                        funding;
                          (ii) training for young African 
                        leaders at regional leadership centers 
                        established in accordance with 
                        subsection (e), and through online and 
                        in-person courses offered by such 
                        centers; and
                          (iii) opportunities for networking 
                        and engagement with--
                                  (I) alumni of the Mandela 
                                Washington Fellowship for Young 
                                African Leaders;
                                  (II) alumni of programs at 
                                regional leadership centers 
                                established in accordance with 
                                subsection (e);
                                  (III) United States and like-
                                minded diplomatic missions, 
                                business leaders, and others as 
                                appropriate; and
                                  (IV) where practicable and 
                                appropriate, other United 
                                States-funded regional 
                                leadership programs, including 
                                the Young Southeast Asian 
                                Leaders Initiative (YSEALI), 
                                the Young Leaders of the 
                                Americas Initiative (YLAI), the 
                                Young Pacific Leaders (YPL), 
                                and the Young Transatlantic 
                                Innovation Leaders Initiative 
                                (YTILI), and through Department 
                                of State programs such as the 
                                Community Engagement Exchange 
                                Program and other initiatives.
                  (C) Implementation.--To carry out this 
                subsection, the Secretary of State, in 
                coordination with the Administrator of the 
                United States Agency for International 
                Development and the heads of other relevant 
                Federal departments and agencies shall seek to 
                partner with the private sector to pursue 
                public-private partnerships, leverage private 
                sector expertise, expand networking 
                opportunities, and identify funding 
                opportunities as well as fellowship and 
                employment opportunities for YALI.
          (7) Implementation plan.--Not later than 180 days 
        after the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
        Secretary of State, in coordination with the 
        Administrator of the United States Agency for 
        International Development and the heads of other 
        relevant Federal departments and agencies, shall submit 
        to the appropriate congressional committees a plan for 
        implementing YALI, including--
                  (A) a description of clearly defined program 
                goals, targets, and planned outcomes for each 
                year and for the duration of implementation of 
                the program;
                  (B) a strategy to monitor and evaluate the 
                program and progress made toward achieving such 
                goals, targets, and planned outcomes; and
                  (C) a strategy to ensure the program is 
                promoting United States foreign policy goals in 
                Africa, including ensuring that the program is 
                clearly branded, paired with robust public 
                diplomacy efforts, and incorporates diversity 
                among participants as practicable, including 
                countries and communities in Africa facing 
                economic distress, civil conflict, 
                marginalization, and other challenges.
          (8) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
        the enactment of this Act, and annually thereafter for 
        5 years, the Secretary of State, in coordination with 
        the Administrator of the United States Agency for 
        International Development, shall submit to the 
        appropriate congressional committees and publish in a 
        publicly accessible, internet-based form, a report that 
        includes--
                  (A) a description of the progress made toward 
                achieving the goals, targets, and planned 
                outcomes described in subsection (g)(1), 
                including an overview of the program 
                implemented in the previous year and an 
                estimated number of beneficiaries;
                  (B) an assessment of how YALI is contributing 
                to and promoting United States-Africa 
                relations, particularly in areas of increased 
                private sector investment, trade promotion, 
                support to civil society, improved public 
                administration, promoting peace and security, 
                and fostering entrepreneurship and youth 
                empowerment;
                  (C) recommendations for improvements or 
                changes to YALI and the implementation plan, if 
                any, that would improve their effectiveness 
                during subsequent years of YALI's 
                implementation; and
                  (D) for the first report submitted under this 
                subsection, an assessment of the feasibility of 
                expanding YALI to Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, 
                Libya, and Egypt.
          (9) Appropriate congressional committees defined.--In 
        this section, the term ``appropriate congressional 
        committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Relations of the 
                Senate;
                  (B) the Committee on Appropriations of the 
                Senate;
                  (C) the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  (D) the Committee on Appropriations of the 
                House of Representatives.
          (10) Sunset.--The requirements of this section shall 
        terminate on the date that is 5 years after the date of 
        the enactment of this Act.
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10. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Beatty of Ohio or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 69, line 24, strike ``and'' at the end.
  Page 70, line 1, insert the following new paragraph and 
redesignate all subsequent paragraphs accordingly:
          (5) in consultation with the Director of the Minority 
        Business Development Agency, adequately addresses the 
        inclusion of economically disadvantaged individuals and 
        similarly-situated small businesses; and
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11. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Beatty of Ohio or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division A, add the following new section:

SEC. 10003. OFFICE OF OPPORTUNITY AND INCLUSION.

  (a) Establishment.--Not later than 6 months after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Commerce shall 
establish an Office of Opportunity and Inclusion in the 
Department of Commerce, within the program established under 
section 9902 of the William M. (Mac) Thornberry National 
Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (Public Law 116-
283), that shall be responsible for carrying out this section 
using existing appropriated funds.
  (b) Director.--
          (1) In general.--The Director shall be appointed by, 
        and shall report to, the Secretary or the designee of 
        the Secretary. The position of Director shall be a 
        career reserved position in the Senior Executive 
        Service, as that position is defined in section 3132 of 
        title 5, United State Code, or an equivalent 
        designation.
          (2) Duties.--The Director shall assist the Secretary 
        by developing standards for--
                  (A) assessing the eligibility of a covered 
                entity for financial assistance for a project 
                as it relates to section 9902(a)(2)(B)(ii)(II) 
                and (III) of the William M. (Mac) Thornberry 
                National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 
                Year 2021 (Public Law 116-283);
                  (B) ensuring a covered entity has carried out 
                the commitments of the covered entity to 
                economically disadvantaged individuals as 
                described in its application by the target 
                dates for completion set by the Secretary in 
                section 9902(a)(5)(A) of such Act; and
                  (C) increased participation of and outreach 
                to economically disadvantaged individuals, 
                minority-owned businesses, veteran-owned 
                businesses and women-owned businesses in the 
                geographic area of a project under such section 
                9902 and serve as a resource for those 
                individuals, businesses, and covered entity.
  (c) Staff.--The Office of Opportunity and Inclusion shall be 
staffed at the appropriate levels to carry out the functions 
and responsibilities of the Office under this section at least 
until 12 months after 95 percent of funds have been expended.
  (d) Report.--The Secretary shall submit to Congress and make 
publicly available on its website an annual report regarding 
the actions taken by the Department of Commerce and the Office 
under this section.
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12. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bera of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Amend section 30124 to read as follows:

SEC. 30124. TASK FORCE TO COUNTER CHINA'S ECONOMIC COERCION.

  (a) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the People's Republic of China's (PRC) increasing 
        use of economic coercion against foreign governments, 
        companies, organizations, other entities, and 
        individuals requires that the United States better 
        understand these measures in order to devise a 
        comprehensive, effective, and multilateral response;
          (2) the private sector is a crucial partner in 
        helping the United States Government understand the 
        PRC's coercive economic measures and hold the PRC 
        accountable, and that additional business transparency 
        would help the United States Government and private 
        sector stakeholders conduct early assessments of 
        potential pressure points and vulnerabilities; and
          (3) PRC coercive economic measures create pressures 
        for the private sector to behave in ways antithetical 
        to United States national interests and 
        competitiveness.
  (b) Establishment of Task Force.--Not later than 180 days 
after the date of the enactment of this Act, the President 
shall establish an interagency task force to be known as the 
``Countering Economic Coercion Task Force'' (referred to in 
this section as the ``Task Force'').
  (c) Duties.--
          (1) In general.--The Task Force shall--
                  (A) oversee the development and 
                implementation of an integrated United States 
                Government strategy to respond to People's 
                Republic of China (PRC) coercive economic 
                measures, which shall include--
                          (i) systematically monitoring and 
                        evaluating--
                                  (I) the costs of such 
                                measures on United States 
                                businesses and overall United 
                                States economic performance;
                                  (II) instances in which such 
                                measures taken against a non-
                                PRC entity has benefitted other 
                                parties; and
                                  (III) the impacts such 
                                measures have had on United 
                                States national interests; and
                          (ii) facilitating coordination among 
                        Federal departments and agencies when 
                        responding to such measures as well as 
                        proactively deterring such economic 
                        coercion; including by clarifying the 
                        roles for departments and agencies 
                        identified in subsection (d) in 
                        implementing the strategy;
                  (B) consult with United States allies and 
                partners on the feasibility and desirability of 
                collectively identifying, assessing, and 
                responding to PRC coercive economic measures, 
                as well as actions that could be taken to 
                expand coordination with the goal of ensuring a 
                consistent, coherent, and collective response 
                to such measures and establishing long-term 
                deterrence to such measures;
                  (C) effectively engage the United States 
                private sector, particularly sectors, groups, 
                or other entities that are susceptible to such 
                PRC coercive economic measures, on concerns 
                related to such measures; and
                  (D) develop and implement a process for 
                regularly sharing relevant information, 
                including classified information to the extent 
                appropriate and practicable, on such PRC 
                coercive economic measures with United States 
                allies, partners, and the private sector.
          (2) Consultation.--In carrying out its duties under 
        this subsection, the Task Force should regularly 
        consult, to the extent necessary and appropriate, with 
        the following:
                  (A) Relevant stakeholders in the private 
                sector.
                  (B) Federal departments and agencies that are 
                not represented on the Task Force.
                  (C) United States allies and partners.
  (d) Membership.--The President shall--
          (1) appoint the chair of the Task Force from among 
        the staff of the National Security Council;
          (2) appoint the vice chair of the Task Force from 
        among the staff of the National Economic Council; and
          (3) direct the head of each of the following Federal 
        departments and agencies to appoint personnel at the 
        level of Assistant Secretary or above to participate in 
        the Task Force:
                  (A) The Department of State.
                  (B) The Department of Commerce.
                  (C) The Department of the Treasury.
                  (D) The Department of Justice.
                  (E) The Office of the United States Trade 
                Representative.
                  (F) The Department of Agriculture.
                  (G) The Office of the Director of National 
                Intelligence and other appropriate elements of 
                the intelligence community (as defined in 
                section 3 of the National Security Act of 1947 
                (50 U.S.C. 3003)).
                  (H) The Securities and Exchange Commission.
                  (I) The United States International 
                Development Finance Corporation.
                  (J) Any other department or agency designated 
                by the President.
  (e) Reports.--
          (1) Initial report.--Not later than one year after 
        the date of the enactment of this Act, the Task Force 
        shall submit to the appropriate congressional 
        committees a report that includes the following 
        elements:
                  (A) A comprehensive review of the array of 
                economic tools the Government of the People's 
                Republic of China (PRC) employs or could employ 
                in the future to coerce other governments, non-
                PRC companies (including United States 
                companies), and multilateral institutions and 
                organizations, including the Government of the 
                PRC's continued efforts to codify informal 
                practices into its domestic law.
                  (B) The strategy required by subsection 
                (c)(1)(A).
                  (C) An interagency definition of PRC coercive 
                economic measures that captures both--
                          (i) the use of informal or extralegal 
                        PRC coercive economic measures; and
                          (ii) the illegitimate use of formal 
                        economic tools.
                  (D) A comprehensive review of the array of 
                economic and diplomatic tools the United States 
                Government employs or could employ to respond 
                to economic coercion against the United States 
                and United States allies and partners.
                  (E) A list of unilateral or multilateral--
                          (i) proactive measures to defend or 
                        deter against PRC coercive economic 
                        measures; and
                          (ii) actions taken in response to the 
                        Government of the PRC's general use of 
                        coercive economic measures, including 
                        the imposition of reputational costs on 
                        the PRC.
                  (F) An assessment of areas in which United 
                States allies and partners are vulnerable to 
                PRC coercive economic measures.
                  (G) A description of gaps in existing 
                resources or capabilities for United States 
                Government departments and agencies to respond 
                effectively to PRC coercive economic measures 
                directed at United States entities and assist 
                United States allies and partners in their 
                responses to PRC coercive economic measures.
                  (H) An analysis of the circumstances under 
                which the PRC employs different types of 
                economic coercion and against what kinds of 
                targets.
                  (I) An assessment, as appropriate, of 
                international norms and regulations as well as 
                any treaty obligations the PRC has stretched, 
                circumvented, or broken through its 
                economically coercive practices.
          (2) Interim reports.--
                  (A) First interim report.--Not later than one 
                year after the date on which the report 
                required by paragraph (1) is submitted to the 
                appropriate congressional committees, the Task 
                Force shall submit to the appropriate 
                congressional committees a report that includes 
                the following elements:
                          (i) Updates to information required 
                        by subparagraphs (A) through (G) of 
                        paragraph (1).
                          (ii) A description of activities 
                        conducted by the Task Force to 
                        implement the strategy required by 
                        subsection (c)(1)(A), and;
                          (iii) An assessment of the 
                        implementation and effectiveness of the 
                        strategy, lessons learned from the past 
                        year and planned changes to the 
                        strategy.
                  (B) Second interim report.--Not later than 
                one year after the date on which the report 
                required by subparagraph (A) is submitted to 
                the appropriate congressional committees, the 
                Task Force shall submit to the appropriate 
                congressional committees a report that includes 
                an update to the elements required under the 
                report required by subparagraph (A).
          (3) Final report.--Not later than 30 days after the 
        date on which the report required by paragraph (2)(B) 
        is submitted to the appropriate congressional 
        committees, the Task Force shall submit to the 
        appropriate congressional committees and also make 
        available to the public on the website of the Executive 
        Office of the President a final report that includes 
        the following elements:
                  (A) An analysis of PRC coercive economic 
                measures and the cost of such coercive measures 
                to United States businesses.
                  (B) A description of areas of possible 
                vulnerability for United States businesses and 
                businesses of United States partners and 
                allies.
                  (C) Recommendations on how to continue the 
                effort to counter PRC coercive economic 
                measures, including through further 
                coordination with United States allies and 
                partners.
                  (D) A list of cases made public under 
                subsection (f).
          (4) Form.--
                  (A) Initial and interim reports.--The reports 
                required by paragraphs (1), (2)(A), and (2)(B) 
                shall be submitted in unclassified form, but 
                may include a classified annex.
                  (B) Final report.--The report required by 
                paragraph (3) shall be submitted in 
                unclassified form, but may include a classified 
                annex.
  (f) Publicly Available List.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 120 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Task Force shall 
        to the extent practicable make available to the public 
        on the website of the Executive Office of the President 
        a list of cases in the past six months in which open 
        source reporting indicates that the PRC has directed 
        coercive economic measures against a non-PRC entity.
          (2) Updates.--The list required by paragraph (1) 
        should be updated every 180 days, and shall be managed 
        by the Department of State after the termination of the 
        Task Force under subsection (g).
  (g) Sunset.--
          (1) In general.--The Task Force shall terminate at 
        the end of the 60-day period beginning on the date on 
        which the final report required by subsection (e)(3) is 
        submitted to the appropriate congressional committees 
        and made publicly available.
          (2) Additional actions.--The Task force may use the 
        60-day period referred to in paragraph (1) for the 
        purposes of concluding its activities, including 
        providing testimony to Congress concerning the final 
        report required by subsection (e)(3).
  (h) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        ``appropriate congressional committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Foreign Relations of the 
                Senate.
          (2) Coercive economic measures.--The term ``coercive 
        economic measures'' includes formal or informal 
        restrictions or conditions, such as on trade, 
        investment, development aid, and financial flows, 
        intended to impose economic costs on a non-People's 
        Republic of China target in order to achieve strategic 
        political objectives, including influence over the 
        policy decisions of a foreign government, company, 
        organization, or individual.
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 13. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bice of Oklahoma or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1393, after line 3, insert the following:
  (d) Limitation.--None of the funds authorized in subsection 
(b) shall be appropriated until the President submits to 
Congress a report detailing the processes and analyses used in, 
and participants to the process of, setting the United States' 
emissions reduction target as part of the Nationally Determined 
Contribution to the United Nations Framework Convention on 
Climate Change.
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  14. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Blunt Rochester of 
           Delaware or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 479, line 13, after ``including'', insert ``historically 
Black colleges and universities, Tribal Colleges or 
Universities, minority serving institutions, and''.
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15. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bonamici of Oregon or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 641, after line 22, insert the following:

   Subtitle G--Coastal and Ocean Acidification Stressors and Threats 
                                Research


SECTION 10671. SHORT TITLE.

  this subtitle may be cited as the ``Coastal and Ocean 
Acidification Stressors and Threats Research Act of 2021'' or 
the ``COAST Research Act of 2021''.

SEC. 10672. PURPOSES.

  (a) In General.--Section 12402(a) of the Federal Ocean 
Acidification Research and Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 
3701(a)) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (1)--
                  (A) in the matter preceding subparagraph (A), 
                by striking ``development and coordination'' 
                and inserting ``coordination and 
                implementation'';
                  (B) in subparagraph (A), by striking 
                ``acidification on marine organisms'' and 
                inserting ``acidification and coastal 
                acidification on marine organisms''; and
                  (C) in subparagraph (B), by striking 
                ``establish'' and all that follows through the 
                semicolon and inserting ``maintain and advise 
                an interagency research, monitoring, and public 
                outreach program on ocean acidification and 
                coastal acidification;'';
          (2) in paragraph (2), by striking ``establishment'' 
        and inserting ``maintenance'';
          (3) in paragraph (3), by inserting ``and coastal 
        acidification'' after ``ocean acidification''; and
          (4) in paragraph (4), by inserting ``and coastal 
        acidification that take into account other 
        environmental and anthropogenic stressors'' after 
        ``ocean acidification''.
  (b) Technical and Conforming Amendment.--Section 12402 of the 
Federal Ocean Acidification Research and Monitoring Act of 2009 
(33 U.S.C. 3701(a)) is amended by striking ``(a) Purposes.--''.

SEC. 10673. DEFINITIONS.

  Section 12403 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3702) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (1), by striking ``of the Earth's 
        oceans'' and all that follows before the period at the 
        end and inserting ``and changes in the water chemistry 
        of the Earth's oceans, coastal estuaries, and waterways 
        caused by carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and the 
        breakdown of organic matter'';
          (2) in paragraph (3), by striking ``Joint 
        Subcommittee on Ocean Science and Technology of the 
        National Science and Technology Council'' and inserting 
        ``National Science and Technology Council Subcommittee 
        on Ocean Science and Technology'';
          (3) by redesignating paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) as 
        paragraphs (2), (3), and (4), respectively;
          (4) by inserting before paragraph (2), as so 
        redesignated, the following new paragraph:
          ``(1) Coastal acidification.--The term `coastal 
        acidification' means the combined decrease in pH and 
        changes in the water chemistry of coastal oceans, 
        estuaries, and other bodies of water from chemical 
        inputs (including carbon dioxide from the atmosphere), 
        freshwater inputs, and excess nutrient run-off from 
        land and coastal atmospheric pollution that result in 
        processes that release carbon dioxide, acidic nitrogen, 
        and sulfur compounds as byproducts which end up in 
        coastal waters.''; and
          (5) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
          ``(5) State.--The term `State' means each State of 
        the United States, the District of Columbia, the 
        Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the 
        Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the 
        Virgin Islands of the United States, and any other 
        territory or possession of the United States.''.

SEC. 10674. INTERAGENCY WORKING GROUP.

  Section 12404 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3703) is amended--
          (1) in the heading, by striking ``subcommittee'' and 
        inserting ``working group'';
          (2) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) in paragraph (1), by striking ``Joint 
                Subcommittee on Ocean Science and Technology of 
                the National Science and Technology Council 
                shall coordinate Federal activities on ocean 
                acidification and establish'' and insert 
                ``Subcommittee shall establish and maintain'';
                  (B) in paragraph (2), by striking ``Wildlife 
                Service,'' and inserting ``Wildlife Service, 
                the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the 
                Environmental Protection Agency, the Department 
                of Agriculture, the Department of State, the 
                Department of Energy, the Department of the 
                Navy, the National Park Service, the Bureau of 
                Indian Affairs, the National Institute of 
                Standards and Technology, the Smithsonian 
                Institution,''; and
                  (C) in paragraph (3), in the heading, by 
                striking ``Chairman'' and inserting ``Chair'';
          (3) in subsection (b)--
                  (A) in paragraph (1), by inserting ``, 
                including the efforts of the National Oceanic 
                and Atmospheric Administration to facilitate 
                such implementation'' after ``of the plan'';
                  (B) in paragraph (2)--
                          (i) in subparagraph (A), by inserting 
                        ``and coastal acidification'' after 
                        ``ocean acidification''; and
                          (ii) in subparagraph (B), by 
                        inserting ``and coastal acidification'' 
                        after ``ocean acidification'';
                  (C) in paragraph (4), by striking ``; and'' 
                and inserting a semicolon;
                  (D) in paragraph (5)--
                          (i) by striking ``developed'' and 
                        inserting ``and coastal acidification 
                        developed''; and
                          (ii) by striking the period at the 
                        end and inserting ``and coastal 
                        acidification; and''; and
                  (E) by adding at the end the following new 
                paragraph:
          ``(6) ensure that each of the Federal agencies 
        represented on the interagency working group--
                  ``(A) participates in the Ocean Acidification 
                Information Exchange established under 
                paragraph (5); and
                  ``(B) delivers data and information to 
                support the data archive system established 
                under section 12406(d).'';
          (4) in subsection (c), in paragraph (2)--
                  (A) by inserting ``, and to the Office of 
                Management and Budget,'' after ``House of 
                Representatives''; and
                  (B) in subparagraph (B), by striking ``the 
                interagency research'' and inserting 
                ``interagency strategic research'';
          (5) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection 
        (d); and
          (6) by inserting after subsection (b) the following:
  ``(c) Advisory Board.--
          ``(1) Establishment.--The Chair of the Subcommittee 
        shall establish an Ocean Acidification Advisory Board.
          ``(2) Duties.--The Advisory Board shall--
                  ``(A) not later than 180 days before the 
                Subcommittee submits the most recent report 
                under subsection (d)(2)--
                          ``(i) review such report;
                          ``(ii) submit an analysis of such 
                        report to the Subcommittee for 
                        consideration in the final report 
                        submitted under subsection (d)(2); and
                          ``(iii) concurrently with the 
                        Subcommittee's final submission of the 
                        report under subsection (d)(2), the 
                        Advisory Board shall submit a copy of 
                        the analysis provided to the 
                        Subcommittee to the Committee on 
                        Commerce, Science, and Transportation 
                        of the Senate, the Committee on 
                        Science, Space, and Technology of the 
                        House of Representatives, and the 
                        Committee on Natural Resources of the 
                        House of Representatives;
                  ``(B) not later than 180 days before the 
                Subcommittee submits the most recent strategic 
                research plan under subsection (d)(3) to 
                Congress--
                          ``(i) review such plan;
                          ``(ii) submit an analysis of such 
                        plan and the implementation thereof to 
                        the Subcommittee for consideration in 
                        the final strategic research plan 
                        submitted under subsection (d)(3); and
                          ``(iii) concurrently with the 
                        Subcommittee's final submission of the 
                        strategic research plan under 
                        subsection (d)(3), the Advisory Board 
                        shall submit a copy of the analysis 
                        provided to the Subcommittee to the 
                        Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
                        Transportation of the Senate, the 
                        Committee on Science, Space, and 
                        Technology of the House of 
                        Representatives, and the Committee on 
                        Natural Resources of the House of 
                        Representatives;
                  ``(C) provide ongoing advice to the 
                Subcommittee and the interagency working group 
                on matters related to Federal activities on 
                ocean acidification and coastal acidification;
                  ``(D) advise the Subcommittee and the 
                interagency working group on--
                          ``(i) efforts to coordinate research 
                        and monitoring activities related to 
                        ocean acidification and coastal 
                        acidification; and
                          ``(ii) the best practices for the 
                        standards developed for data archiving 
                        under section 12406(e);
                  ``(E) publish in the Federal Register a 
                charter;
                  ``(F) provide the Library of Congress with--
                          ``(i) the charter described in 
                        subparagraph (E);
                          ``(ii) any schedules and minutes for 
                        meetings of the Advisory Board;
                          ``(iii) any documents that are 
                        approved by the Advisory Board; and
                          ``(iv) any reports and analysis 
                        prepared by the Advisory Board; and
                  ``(G) establish a publicly accessible web 
                page on the website of the National Oceanic and 
                Atmospheric Administration, that contains the 
                information described in clauses (i) through 
                (iv) of subparagraph (F).
          ``(3) Membership.--The Advisory Board shall consist 
        of 24 members as follows:
                  ``(A) Two representatives of the shellfish 
                and crab industry.
                  ``(B) One representative of the finfish 
                industry.
                  ``(C) One representative of seafood 
                processors.
                  ``(D) Three representatives from academia, 
                including both natural and social sciences.
                  ``(E) One representative of recreational 
                fishing.
                  ``(F) One representative of a relevant 
                nongovernmental organization.
                  ``(G) Six representatives from relevant 
                State, local, and Tribal governments.
                  ``(H) One representative from the Alaska 
                Ocean Acidification Network or a subsequent 
                entity that represents the same geographical 
                region and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(I) One representative from the California 
                Current Acidification Network or a subsequent 
                entity that represents the same geographical 
                region and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(J) One representative from the Northeast 
                Coastal Acidification Network or a subsequent 
                entity that represents the same geographical 
                region and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(K) One representative from the Southeast 
                Coastal Acidification Network or a subsequent 
                entity that represents the same geographical 
                region and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(L) One representative from the Gulf of 
                Mexico Coastal Acidification Network or a 
                subsequent entity that represents the same 
                geographical region and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(M) One representative from the Mid-
                Atlantic Coastal Acidification Network or a 
                subsequent entity that represents the same 
                geographical region and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(N) One representative from the Pacific 
                Islands Ocean Observing System or a subsequent 
                entity that represents the island territories 
                and possessions of the United States in the 
                Pacific Ocean, and the State of Hawaii and has 
                a similar purpose.
                  ``(O) One representative from the Caribbean 
                Regional Association for Coastal Ocean 
                Observing or a subsequent entity that 
                represents Puerto Rico and the United States 
                Virgin Islands and has a similar purpose.
                  ``(P) One representative from the National 
                Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shall 
                serve as an ex-officio member of the Advisory 
                Board without a vote.
          ``(4) Appointment of members.--The Chair of the 
        Subcommittee shall--
                  ``(A) appoint members to the Advisory Board 
                (taking into account the geographical interests 
                of each individual to be appointed as a member 
                of the Advisory Board to ensure that an 
                appropriate balance of geographical interests 
                are represented by the members of the Advisory 
                Board) who--
                          ``(i) represent the interest group 
                        for which each seat is designated;
                          ``(ii) demonstrate expertise on ocean 
                        acidification or coastal acidification 
                        and its scientific, economic, industry, 
                        cultural, and community impacts; and
                          ``(iii) have a record of 
                        distinguished service with respect to 
                        ocean acidification or coastal 
                        acidification, and such impacts;
                  ``(B) give consideration to nominations and 
                recommendations from the members of the 
                interagency working group and the public for 
                such appointments; and
                  ``(C) ensure that an appropriate balance of 
                scientific, industry, and geographical 
                interests are represented by the members of the 
                Advisory Board.
          ``(5) Term of membership.--Each member of the 
        Advisory Board--
                  ``(A) shall be appointed for a 5-year term; 
                and
                  ``(B) may be appointed to more than one term.
          ``(6) Chair.--The Chair of the Subcommittee shall 
        appoint one member of the Advisory Board to serve as 
        the Chair of the Advisory Board.
          ``(7) Meetings.--Not less than once each calendar 
        year, the Advisory Board shall meet at such times and 
        places as may be designated by the Chair of the 
        Advisory Board, in consultation with the Chair of the 
        Subcommittee and the Chair of the interagency working 
        group.
          ``(8) Briefing.--The Chair of the Advisory Board 
        shall brief the Subcommittee and the interagency 
        working group on the progress of the Advisory Board as 
        necessary or at the request of the Subcommittee.
          ``(9) Federal advisory committee act.--Section 14 of 
        the Federal Advisory Committee Act shall not apply to 
        the Advisory Board.''.

SEC. 10675. STRATEGIC RESEARCH PLAN.

  Section 12405 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3704) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by striking ``acidification'' each place 
                it appears and inserting ``acidification and 
                coastal acidification'';
                  (B) in the first sentence--
                          (i) by inserting ``, and not later 
                        than every 5 years thereafter'' after 
                        ``the date of enactment of this Act'';
                          (ii) by inserting ``address the 
                        socioeconomic impacts of ocean 
                        acidification and coastal acidification 
                        and to'' after ``mitigation strategies 
                        to''; and
                          (iii) by striking ``marine 
                        ecosystems'' each place it appears and 
                        inserting ``ecosystems''; and
                  (C) in the second sentence, by inserting 
                ``and recommendations made by the Advisory 
                Board in the review of the plan required under 
                section 12404(c)(2)(B)(i)'' after ``subsection 
                (d)'';
          (2) in subsection (b)--
                  (A) in paragraph (1), by inserting ``and 
                social sciences'' after ``among the ocean 
                sciences'';
                  (B) in paragraph (2)--
                          (i) in subparagraph (A), by striking 
                        ``impacts'' and inserting ``impacts, 
                        including trends of changes in ocean 
                        chemistry,'';
                          (ii) in subparagraph (B)--
                                  (I) by striking ``improve the 
                                ability to assess the'' and 
                                inserting ``assess the short-
                                term and long-term''; and
                                  (II) by striking ``; and'' at 
                                the end and inserting a 
                                semicolon;
                          (iii) by amending subparagraph (C) to 
                        read as follows:
                  ``(C) provide information for the--
                          ``(i) development of adaptation and 
                        mitigation strategies to address the 
                        socioeconomic impacts of ocean 
                        acidification and coastal 
                        acidification;
                          ``(ii) conservation of marine 
                        organisms and ecosystems;
                          ``(iii) assessment of the 
                        effectiveness of such adaptation and 
                        mitigation strategies; and''; and
                          (iv) by adding at the end the 
                        following new subparagraph:
                  ``(D) improve research on--
                          ``(i) ocean acidification and coastal 
                        acidification;
                          ``(ii) the interactions between and 
                        effects of multiple combined stressors 
                        including changes in water chemistry, 
                        changes in sediment delivery, hypoxia, 
                        and harmful algal blooms, on ocean 
                        acidification and coastal 
                        acidification; and
                          ``(iii) the effect of environmental 
                        stressors on marine resources and 
                        ecosystems;'';
                  (C) in paragraph (3)--
                          (i) in subparagraph (F), by striking 
                        ``database development'' and inserting 
                        ``data management'';
                          (ii) in subparagraph (H) by striking 
                        ``and'' at the end; and
                          (iii) by adding at the end the 
                        following new subparagraphs:
                  ``(J) assessment of adaptation and mitigation 
                strategies; and
                  ``(K) education and outreach activities;'';
                  (D) in paragraph (4), by striking ``set 
                forth'' and inserting ``ensure an appropriate 
                balance of contribution in establishing'';
                  (E) in paragraph (5), by striking ``reports'' 
                and inserting ``the best available peer-
                reviewed scientific reports'';
                  (F) in paragraph (6)--
                          (i) by inserting ``and coastal 
                        acidification'' after ``ocean 
                        acidification''; and
                          (ii) by striking ``of the United 
                        States'' and inserting ``within the 
                        United States'';
                  (G) in paragraph (7), by striking ``outline 
                budget requirements'' and inserting ``estimate 
                costs associated for full implementation of 
                each element of the plan by fiscal year'';
                  (H) in paragraph (8)--
                          (i) by inserting ``and coastal 
                        acidification'' after ``ocean 
                        acidification'' each place it appears;
                          (ii) by striking ``its'' and 
                        inserting ``their''; and
                          (iii) by striking ``; and'' at the 
                        end and inserting a semicolon;
                  (I) in paragraph (9), by striking the period 
                at the end and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (J) by adding at the end the following new 
                paragraph:
          ``(11) describe monitoring needs necessary to support 
        potentially affected industry members, coastal 
        stakeholders, fishery management councils and 
        commissions, non-Federal resource managers, and 
        scientific experts on decision-making and adaptation 
        related to ocean acidification and coastal 
        acidification.'';
          (3) in subsection (c)--
                  (A) in paragraph (1)(C), by striking 
                ``surface'';
                  (B) in paragraph (2), by inserting ``and 
                coastal acidification'' after ``ocean 
                acidification'' each place it appears;
                  (C) in paragraph (3)--
                          (i) by striking ``input, and'' and 
                        inserting ``inputs,'';
                          (ii) by inserting ``, marine food 
                        webs,'' after ``marine ecosystems''; 
                        and
                          (iii) by inserting ``, and modeling 
                        that supports fisheries management'' 
                        after ``marine organisms'';
                  (D) in paragraph (5), by inserting ``and 
                coastal acidification'' after ``ocean 
                acidification''; and
                  (E) by adding at the end the following new 
                paragraph:
          ``(8) Research to understand related and cumulative 
        stressors and other biogeochemical processes occurring 
        in conjunction with ocean acidification and coastal 
        acidification.''; and
          (4) by striking subsection (e) and inserting the 
        following:
  ``(e) Advisory Board Evaluation.--Not later than 180 days 
before a plan is submitted to Congress, the Subcommittee shall 
provide the Advisory Board established under section 12404(c) a 
copy of the plan for purposes of review under paragraph 
(2)(B)(i) of such section.
  ``(f) Publication and Public Comment.--Not later than 90 days 
before the strategic research plan, or any revision thereof, is 
submitted to Congress, the Subcommittee shall publish the plan 
in the Federal Register and provide an opportunity for 
submission of public comments for a period of not less than 60 
days.''.

SEC. 10676. NOAA OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ACTIVITIES.

  Section 12406 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3705) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by 
                inserting ``coordination,'' after ``research, 
                monitoring,'';
                  (B) in paragraph (1)--
                          (i) in subparagraph (B)--
                                  (I) by inserting ``including 
                                the Integrated Ocean Observing 
                                System and the ocean observing 
                                assets of other Federal, State, 
                                and Tribal agencies,'' after 
                                ``ocean observing assets,''; 
                                and
                                  (II) by inserting ``and 
                                agency and department missions, 
                                prioritizing the location of 
                                monitoring instruments, assets, 
                                and projects to maximize the 
                                efficiency of resources and to 
                                optimize understanding of 
                                socioeconomic impacts and 
                                ecosystem health'' after 
                                ``research program'';
                          (ii) in subparagraph (C)--
                                  (I) by striking 
                                ``adaptation'' and inserting 
                                ``adaptation and mitigation''; 
                                and
                                  (II) by inserting ``and 
                                supporting socioeconomically 
                                vulnerable States, local 
                                governments, Tribes, 
                                communities, and industries 
                                through technical assistance 
                                and mitigation strategies'' 
                                after ``marine ecosystems'';
                          (iii) in subparagraph (E), by 
                        striking ``its impacts'' and inserting 
                        ``their respective impacts'';
                          (iv) in subparagraph (F), by striking 
                        ``monitoring and impacts research'' and 
                        inserting ``research, monitoring, and 
                        adaptation and mitigation strategies''; 
                        and
                          (v) by adding at the end the 
                        following new subparagraph:
                  ``(G) research to improve understanding of 
                the effect of--
                          ``(i) other environmental stressors 
                        on ocean acidification and coastal 
                        acidification;
                          ``(ii) multiple environmental 
                        stressors on living marine resources 
                        and coastal ecosystems; and
                          ``(iii) adaptation and mitigation 
                        strategies to address the socioeconomic 
                        impacts of ocean acidification and 
                        coastal acidification.'';
                  (C) in paragraph (2), by striking ``critical 
                research projects that explore'' and inserting 
                ``critical research, education, and outreach 
                projects that explore and communicate''; and
                  (D) in paragraphs (1) and (2), by striking 
                ``acidification'' each place it appears and 
                inserting ``acidification and coastal 
                acidification''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following new 
        subsections:
  ``(c) Relationship to Interagency Working Group.--The 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shall serve as 
the lead Federal agency responsible for coordinating the 
Federal response to ocean acidification and coastal 
acidification, by--
          ``(1) leading the interagency working group in 
        implementing the strategic research plan under section 
        12405;
          ``(2) coordinating monitoring and research efforts 
        among Federal agencies in cooperation with State, 
        local, and Tribal government and international 
        partners;
          ``(3) maintaining an Ocean Acidification Information 
        Exchange described under section 12404(b)(5) to allow 
        for information to be electronically accessible, 
        including information--
                  ``(A) on ocean acidification developed 
                through or used by the ocean acidification 
                program described under section 12406(a); or
                  ``(B) that would be useful to State 
                governments, local governments, Tribal 
                governments, resource managers, policymakers, 
                researchers, and other stakeholders in 
                mitigating or adapting to the impacts of ocean 
                acidification and coastal acidification; and
          ``(4) establishing and maintaining the data archive 
        system under subsection (d).
  ``(d) Data Archive System.--
          ``(1) Management.--The Secretary, in coordination 
        with members of the interagency working group, shall 
        provide for the long-term stewardship of, and access 
        to, data relating to ocean acidification and coastal 
        acidification by establishing and maintaining a data 
        archive system that the National Center for 
        Environmental Information uses to process, store, 
        archive, provide access to, and incorporate to the 
        extent possible, such data collected--
                  ``(A) through relevant federally-funded 
                research; and
                  ``(B) by a Federal agency, State agency, 
                local agency, Tribe, academic scientist, 
                citizen scientist, or industry organization.
          ``(2) Existing global or national data assets.--In 
        establishing and maintaining the data archive system 
        under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall ensure that 
        existing global or national data assets (including the 
        data assets maintained by the National Centers for 
        Environmental Information, the Integrated Ocean 
        Observing System, and other existing data systems 
        within Federal agencies) are incorporated to the 
        greatest extent possible.
  ``(e) Standards, Protocols, and Procedures.--With respect to 
the data described in subsection (d), the Secretary, in 
coordination with members of the interagency working group, 
shall establish and revise as necessary the standards, 
protocols, or procedures for--
          ``(1) processing, storing, archiving, and providing 
        access to such data;
          ``(2) the interoperability and intercalibration of 
        such data;
          ``(3) the collection of any metadata underlying such 
        data; and
          ``(4) sharing such data with State, local, and Tribal 
        government programs, potentially affected industry 
        members, coastal stakeholders, fishery management 
        councils and commissions, non-Federal resource 
        managers, and academia.
  ``(f) Dissemination of Ocean Acidification Data and Coastal 
Acidification Data.--The Secretary, in coordination with 
members of the interagency working group, shall disseminate the 
data described under subsection (d) to the greatest extent 
practicable by sharing such data on full and open access 
exchanges.
  ``(g) Requirement.--Recipients of grants from the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under this subtitle that 
collect data described under subsection (d) shall--
          ``(1) collect such data in accordance with the 
        standards, protocols, or procedures established 
        pursuant to subsection (e); and
          ``(2) submit such data to the data archive system 
        under subsection (d) after publication, in accordance 
        with any rules promulgated by the Secretary.''.

SEC. 10677. NSF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ACTIVITIES.

  Section 12407 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3706) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``ocean acidification'' each place it 
        appears and inserting ``ocean acidification and coastal 
        acidification'';
          (2) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by 
                striking ``its impacts'' and inserting ``their 
                respective impacts'';
                  (B) in paragraph (3), by striking ``and its 
                impacts'' and inserting ``and their respective 
                impacts'';
                  (C) in paragraph (4), by striking the period 
                at the end and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (D) by adding at the end the following new 
                paragraph:
          ``(5) adaptation and mitigation strategies to address 
        socioeconomic effects of ocean acidification and 
        coastal acidification.''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(d) Requirement.--Recipients of grants from the National 
Science Foundation under this subtitle that collect data 
described under section 12406(d) shall--
          ``(1) collect data in accordance with the standards, 
        protocols, or procedures established pursuant to 
        section 12406(e); and
          ``(2) submit such data to the Director and the 
        Secretary after publication, in accordance with any 
        rules promulgated by the Director or the Secretary.''.

SEC. 10678. NASA OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ACTIVITIES.

  Section 12408 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3707) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``ocean acidification'' each place it 
        appears and inserting ``ocean acidification and coastal 
        acidification'';
          (2) in subsection (a), by striking ``its impacts'' 
        and inserting ``their respective impacts''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following new 
        subsection:
  ``(d) Requirement.--Researchers from the National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration under this subtitle that collect data 
described under section 12406(d) shall--
          ``(1) collect such data in accordance with the 
        standards, protocols, or procedures established 
        pursuant to section 12406(e); and
          ``(2) submit such data to the Administrator and the 
        Secretary, in accordance with any rules promulgated by 
        the Administrator or the Secretary.''.

SEC. 10679. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

  Section 12409 of the Federal Ocean Acidification Research and 
Monitoring Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3708) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a), by striking ``subtitle--'' and 
        all that follows through paragraph (4) and inserting 
        the following: ``subtitle--
          ``(1) $30,500,000 for fiscal year 2022;
          ``(2) $35,000,000 for fiscal year 2023;
          ``(3) $40,000,000 for fiscal year 2024;
          ``(4) $45,000,000 for fiscal year 2025; and
          ``(5) $50,000,000 for fiscal year 2026.''; and
          (2) in subsection (b), by striking ``subtitle--'' and 
        all that follows through paragraph (4) and inserting 
        the following: ``subtitle $20,000,000 for each of the 
        fiscal years 2022 through 2026.''.
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16. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bonamici of Oregon or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 537, after line 24, insert the following:

SEC. 10613. NATIONAL CIRCULAR ECONOMY ROADMAP.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Circular economy.--The term ``circular economy'' 
        means an economy that uses a systems-focused approach 
        and involves industrial processes and economic 
        activities that--
                  (A) are restorative or regenerative by 
                design;
                  (B) enable resources used in such processes 
                and activities to maintain their highest values 
                for as long as possible; and
                  (C) aim for the elimination of waste through 
                the superior design of materials, products, and 
                systems (including business models).
          (2) Director.--The term ``Director'' means the 
        Director of the Office of Science and Technology 
        Policy.
  (b) National Circular Economy Roadmap.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 2 years after the 
        date of the enactment of this section, the Director 
        shall develop a national circular economy roadmap that 
        includes--
                  (A) a vision for how the science and 
                technology enterprise should support the 
                development of a circular economy in the United 
                States;
                  (B) identification of key public and private 
                stakeholders that may contribute to or benefit 
                from a transition to a circular economy; and
                  (C) recommendations on specific Federal 
                policies needed to drive this transition.
          (2) Coordination.--In developing the roadmap under 
        paragraph (1), the Director shall, as appropriate, 
        coordinate with--
                  (A) the Secretary of Energy;
                  (B) the Administrator of the Environmental 
                Protection Agency;
                  (C) the Secretary of Commerce;
                  (D) the Director of the National Institutes 
                of Standards and Technology; and
                  (E) the head of any other relevant Federal 
                agency.
          (3) Leveraging existing agency programs.--In 
        developing the roadmap under paragraph (1), the 
        Director shall, as appropriate, leverage efforts from 
        existing Federal agency programs relevant to a circular 
        economy.
          (4) Consultation.--In developing the roadmap under 
        paragraph (1), the Director may consult academic, 
        nonprofit, and industry stakeholders.
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17. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bonamici of Oregon or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 312, after line 25, insert the following:
  (i) Incorporation of Art and Design Into Certain STEM 
Education .--Section 9(a) of the National Science Foundation 
Authorization Act of 2002 (42 U.S.C. 1862n(a)) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (3)--
                  (A) in subparagraph (M), by striking ``and'' 
                at the end;
                  (B) by redesignating subparagraph (N) as 
                subparagraph (O); and
                  (C) after subparagraph (M), by inserting the 
                following new subparagraph:
                  ``(N) developing science, technology, 
                engineering, and mathematics educational 
                curriculum that incorporates art and design to 
                promote creativity and innovation; and''; and
          (2) in paragraph (10)(A)--
                  (A) in clause (xi), by striking ``and'' at 
                the end;
                  (B) in clause (xii), by striking the period 
                and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (C) after clause (xii), by inserting the 
                following new clause:
                          ``(xiii) have a component that 
                        includes the integration of art and 
                        design principles and processes.''.
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18. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bonamici of Oregon or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

                 TITLE XII--BLUE CARBON FOR OUR PLANET


SEC. 71201. INTERAGENCY WORKING GROUP.

  (a) Establishment.--The National Science and Technology 
Council Subcommittee on Ocean Science and Technology shall 
establish an Interagency Working Group on Coastal Blue Carbon.
  (b) Purposes.--The Interagency Working Group on Coastal Blue 
Carbon shall oversee the development of a national map of 
coastal blue carbon ecosystems, establish national coastal blue 
carbon ecosystem protection and restoration priorities, assess 
the biophysical, social, and economic impediments to coastal 
blue carbon ecosystem restoration, study the effects of climate 
change, environmental stressors, and human stressors on carbon 
sequestration rates, and preserve the continuity of coastal 
blue carbon data.
  (c) Membership.--The Interagency Working Group on Coastal 
Blue Carbon shall be comprised of senior representatives from 
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the 
Environmental Protection Agency, the National Science 
Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 
the United States Geological Survey, the United States Fish and 
Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, the Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, the Smithsonian Institution, the Army Corps of 
Engineers, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of 
Energy, the Department of Defense, the Department of 
Transportation, the Department of State, the Federal Emergency 
Management Agency, and the Council on Environmental Quality.
  (d) Chair.--The Interagency Working Group shall be chaired by 
the Administrator.
  (e) Responsibilities.--The Interagency Working Group shall--
          (1) oversee the development, update, and maintenance 
        of a national map and inventory of coastal blue carbon 
        ecosystems, including habitat types with a regional 
        focus in analysis that is usable for local level 
        protection planning and restoration;
          (2) develop a strategic assessment of the 
        biophysical, chemical, social, statutory, regulatory, 
        and economic impediments to protection and restoration 
        of coastal blue carbon ecosystems;
          (3) develop a national strategy for foundational 
        science necessary to study, synthesize, and evaluate 
        the effects of climate change, environmental, and human 
        stressors on sequestration rates and capabilities of 
        coastal blue carbon ecosystems protection;
          (4) establish national coastal blue carbon ecosystem 
        protection and restoration priorities, including an 
        assessment of current Federal funding being used for 
        restoration efforts;
          (5) ensure the continuity, use, and interoperability 
        of data assets through the Smithsonian Environmental 
        Research Center's Coastal Carbon Data Clearinghouse; 
        and
          (6) assess current legal authorities to protect and 
        restore blue carbon ecosystems.
  (f) Reports to Congress.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than one year after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Interagency 
        Working Group shall provide to the Committee on 
        Science, Space, and Technology of the House of 
        Representatives, the Committee on Natural Resources of 
        the House of Representatives, and the Committee on 
        Commerce, Science, and Transportation of the Senate a 
        report containing the following:
                  (A) A summary of federally funded coastal 
                blue carbon ecosystem research, monitoring, 
                preservation, and restoration activities, 
                including the budget for each of these 
                activities and describe the progress in 
                advancing the national priorities established 
                in section 71204(a)(4)(A).
                  (B) An assessment of biophysical, social, and 
                economic impediments to coastal blue carbon 
                ecosystem restoration, including the 
                vulnerability of coastal blue carbon ecosystems 
                to climate impacts, such as sea-level rise, 
                ocean and coastal acidification, and other 
                environmental and human stressors.
          (2) Strategic plan.--
                  (A) In general.--The Interagency Working 
                group shall create a strategic plan for Federal 
                investments in basic research, development, 
                demonstration, long-term monitoring and 
                stewardship, and deployment of coastal blue 
                carbon ecosystem projects for the 5-year period 
                beginning at the start of the first fiscal year 
                after the date on which the budget assessment 
                is submitted under paragraph (1). The plan 
                shall include an assessment of the use of 
                existing Federal programs to protect and 
                preserve coastal blue carbon ecosystems and 
                identify the need for any additional 
                authorities or programs.
                  (B) Timing.--The Interagency Working Group 
                shall--
                          (i) submit the strategic plan under 
                        paragraph (A) to the Committee on 
                        Science, Space, and Technology of the 
                        House of Representatives, the Committee 
                        on Natural Resources of the House of 
                        Representatives, and the Committee on 
                        Commerce, Science, and Transportation 
                        of the Senate on a date that is not 
                        later than one year after the enactment 
                        of this Act and not earlier than the 
                        date on which the report under 
                        paragraph (1) is submitted to such 
                        committees of Congress; and
                          (ii) submit a revised version of such 
                        plan not less than quinquennially 
                        thereafter.
                  (C) Federal register.--Not later than 90 days 
                before the strategic plan under this paragraph, 
                or any revision thereof, is submitted under 
                subparagraph (B), the Interagency Working Group 
                shall publish such plan in the Federal Register 
                and provide an opportunity for submission of 
                public comments for a period of not less than 
                60 days.

SEC. 71202. NATIONAL MAP OF COASTAL BLUE CARBON ECOSYSTEMS.

  (a) National Map.--The Interagency Working Group shall--
          (1) produce, update at least once every five years, 
        and maintain a national level map and inventory of 
        coastal blue carbon ecosystems, including--
                  (A) the species and types of habitats and 
                species in the ecosystem;
                  (B) the condition of such habitats including 
                whether a habitat is degraded, drained, 
                eutrophic, or tidally restricted;
                  (C) type of public or private ownership and 
                any protected status;
                  (D) the size of the ecosystem;
                  (E) the salinity boundaries;
                  (F) the tidal boundaries;
                  (G) an assessment of carbon sequestration 
                potential, methane production, and net 
                greenhouse gas reductions including 
                consideration of--
                          (i) quantification;
                          (ii) verifiability;
                          (iii) comparison to a historical 
                        baseline, as available; and
                          (iv) permanence of those benefits;
                  (H) an assessment of cobenefits of ecosystem 
                and carbon sequestration;
                  (I) the potential for landward migration as a 
                result of sea level rise;
                  (J) any upstream restrictions detrimental to 
                the watershed process and conditions such as 
                dams, dikes, and levees;
                  (K) the conversion of coastal blue carbon 
                ecosystems to other land uses and the cause of 
                such conversion; and
                  (L) a depiction of the effects of climate 
                change, including sea level rise, environmental 
                stressors, and human stressors on the 
                sequestration rate, carbon storage, and 
                potential of coastal blue carbon ecosystems; 
                and
          (2) in carrying out paragraph (1)--
                  (A) incorporate, to the extent possible, 
                existing data collected through federally 
                funded research and by a Federal agency, State 
                agency, local agency, Tribe, including data 
                collected from the National Oceanic and 
                Atmospheric Administration Coastal Change 
                Analysis Program, U.S. Fish and Wildlife 
                Service National Wetlands Inventory, United 
                States Geological Survey LandCarbon program, 
                Federal Emergency Management Agency LiDAR 
                information coordination and knowledge program, 
                Department of Energy Biological and 
                Environmental Research program, and Department 
                of Agriculture National Coastal Blue Carbon 
                Assessment; and
                  (B) engage regional technical experts in 
                order to accurately account for regional 
                differences in coastal blue carbon ecosystems.
  (b) Use.--The Interagency Working Group shall use the 
national map and inventory--
          (1) to assess the carbon sequestration potential of 
        different coastal blue carbon habitats, and account for 
        any regional differences;
          (2) to assess and quantify emissions from degraded 
        and destroyed coastal blue carbon ecosystems;
          (3) to develop regional assessments and to provide 
        technical assistance to regional, State, Tribal, and 
        local government agencies, and regional information 
        coordination entities as defined in section 123030(6) 
        of the Integrated Coastal and Ocean Observation System 
        Act (33 U.S.C. 3602);
          (4) to assess degraded coastal blue carbon ecosystems 
        and their potential for restoration, including 
        developing scenario modeling to identify vulnerable 
        areas where management, protection, and restoration 
        efforts should be focused;
          (5) produce future predictions of coastal blue carbon 
        ecosystems and carbon sequestration rates in the 
        context of climate change, environmental stressors, and 
        human stressors; and
          (6) use such map to inform the Administrator of the 
        Environmental Protection Agency's creation of the 
        annual Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and 
        Sinks.

SEC. 71203. RESTORATION AND PROTECTIONS FOR EXISTING COASTAL BLUE 
                    CARBON ECOSYSTEMS.

  (a) In General.--The Administrator shall--
          (1) lead the Interagency Working Group in 
        implementing the strategic plan under section 
        71202(e)(2);
          (2) coordinate monitoring and research efforts among 
        Federal agencies in cooperation with State, local, and 
        Tribal government and international partners and 
        nongovernmental organizations;
          (3) establish a national goal for conserving ocean 
        and coastal blue carbon ecosystems within the territory 
        of the United States, and as appropriate setting 
        targets for restoration of degraded coastal blue carbon 
        ecosystems;
          (4) in coordination with the Interagency Working 
        Group and as informed by the report under section 
        71202(e) on current Federal expenditures on coastal 
        blue carbon ecosystem restoration, identify--
                  (A) national coastal blue carbon ecosystem 
                protection and restoration priorities that 
                would produce the highest rate of carbon 
                sequestration and greatest ecosystem benefits 
                such as flood protection, soil and beach 
                retention, erosion reduction, biodiversity, 
                water purification, and nutrient cycling in the 
                context of other environmental stressors and 
                climate change; and
                  (B) ways to improve coordination and to 
                prevent unnecessary duplication of effort among 
                Federal agencies and departments with respect 
                to research on coastal blue carbon ecosystems 
                through existing and new coastal management 
                networks; and
          (5) in coordination with State, local, and Tribal 
        governments and coastal stakeholders, develop 
        integrated pilot programs to restore degraded coastal 
        blue carbon ecosystems in accordance with subsection 
        (b).
  (b) Integrated Pilot Programs To Restore and Protect Degraded 
Coastal Blue Carbon Ecosystems.--In carrying out subsection 
(a)(5), the Administrator shall--
          (1) establish integrated pilot programs that develop 
        best management practices, including design criteria 
        and performance functions for coastal blue carbon 
        ecosystem restoration and protection, nature-based 
        adaptation strategies, restoration areas that intersect 
        with the built environments as green-gray 
        infrastructure projects, management practices for 
        landward progression or migration of coastal blue 
        carbon ecosystems, and identify potential barriers to 
        restoration efforts, and increase long-term carbon 
        sequestration and storage;
          (2) ensure that the pilot programs cover 
        geographically and ecologically diverse locations with 
        significant ecological, economic, and social benefits, 
        such as flood protection, soil and beach retention, 
        erosion reduction, biodiversity, water purification, 
        and nutrient cycling to reduce hypoxic conditions, and 
        maximum potential for greenhouse gas emission 
        reduction;
          (3) establish a procedure for reviewing applications 
        for the pilot program, taking into account--
                  (A) quantification;
                  (B) verifiability;
                  (C) additionality as compared to a historical 
                baseline, when feasible; and
                  (D) permanence of those benefits;
          (4) ensure, through consultation with the Interagency 
        Working Group, that the goals and metrics for the pilot 
        programs are communicated to the appropriate State, 
        Tribe, and local governments, and to the general 
        public;
          (5) coordinate with relevant Federal agencies on the 
        Interagency Working Group to prevent unnecessary 
        duplication of effort among Federal agencies and 
        departments with respect to restoration and protection 
        programs;
          (6) give priority to proposed eligible restoration 
        activities that would--
                  (A) result in long-term protection and 
                sequestration of carbon stored in coastal and 
                marine environments;
                  (B) protect key habitats for fish, wildlife, 
                and the maintenance of biodiversity;
                  (C) provide coastal protection from 
                development, storms, flooding, and land-based 
                pollution;
                  (D) protect coastal resources of national, 
                historical, and cultural significance; and
                  (E) benefit communities of color, low-income 
                communities, Tribal or Indigenous communities, 
                or rural communities; and
          (7) report to the Interagency Working Group, and 
        Committee on Science, Space, and Technology of the 
        House of Representatives, the Committee on Natural 
        Resources of the House of Representatives, and the 
        Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation of 
        the Senate on the total number of acres of land or 
        water protected or restored through the program, the 
        status of restoration projects, and the blue carbon 
        sequestration potential of each restoration pilot 
        project.

SEC. 71204. NAS ASSESSMENT OF CONTAINMENT OF CARBON DIOXIDE IN DEEP 
                    SEAFLOOR ENVIRONMENT.

  Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Administrator shall seek to enter into an 
agreement with the National Academy of Sciences to conduct a 
comprehensive assessment on the long-term effects of geologic 
stores of carbon dioxide in a deep seafloor environment, 
including impacts on marine species and ecosystems.

SEC. 71205. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

  There are authorized to be appropriated to the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to carry out this title 
$15,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 2023 through 2027.

SEC. 71206. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Administrator.--The term ``Administrator'' means 
        the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and 
        Atmosphere in the Under Secretary's capacity as the 
        Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
        Administration.
          (2) Coastal blue carbon ecosystem.--The term 
        ``coastal blue carbon ecosystem'' refers to vegetated 
        coastal habitats including mangroves, tidal marshes, 
        seagrasses, kelp forests, and other tidal, freshwater, 
        or salt-water wetlands, and their ability to sequester 
        carbon from the atmosphere, accumulate it in biomass 
        for years to decades, and store it in soils for 
        centuries to millennia. Coastal blue carbon ecosystems 
        include both autochthonous carbon and allochthonous 
        carbon.
          (3) State.--The term ``State'' means each State of 
        the United States, the District of Columbia, the 
        Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the 
        Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the 
        Virgin Islands of the United States, and any other 
        territory of the United States.
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19. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bonamici of Oregon or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

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 TITLE XII--BOLSTERING LONG-TERM UNDERSTANDING AND EXPLORATION OF THE 
                GREAT LAKES, OCEANS, BAYS, AND ESTUARIES


SEC. 71201. PURPOSE.

  The purpose of this title is to promote and support--
          (1) the monitoring, understanding, and exploration of 
        the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts; 
        and
          (2) the collection, analysis, synthesis, and sharing 
        of data related to the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, 
        estuaries, and coasts to facilitate science and 
        operational decision making.

SEC. 71202. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) agencies should optimize data collection, 
        management, and dissemination, to the extent 
        practicable, to maximize their impact for research, 
        commercial, regulatory, and educational benefits and to 
        foster innovation, scientific discoveries, the 
        development of commercial products, and the development 
        of sound policy with respect to the Great Lakes, 
        oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts;
          (2) agencies should consider current and future needs 
        relating to supercomputing capacity, data storage 
        capacity, and public access, address gaps in those 
        areas, and coordinate across agencies as needed;
          (3) the United States is a leading member of the 
        Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the 
        United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural 
        Organization, a founding member of the Atlantic Ocean 
        Research Alliance, and a key partner in developing the 
        United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable 
        Development;
          (4) the Integrated Ocean Observing System and the 
        Global Ocean Observing System are key assets and 
        networks that bolster understanding of the marine 
        environment;
          (5) the National Oceanographic Partnership Program is 
        a meaningful venue for collaboration and coordination 
        among Federal agencies, scientists, and ocean users;
          (6) the National Centers for Environmental 
        Information of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
        Administration should be looked to by other Federal 
        agencies as a primary, centralized repository for 
        Federal ocean data;
          (7) the Marine Cadastre, a joint effort of the 
        National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the 
        Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, provides access to 
        data and information for specific issues and activities 
        in ocean resources management to meet the needs of 
        offshore energy and planning efforts;
          (8) the regional associations of the Integrated Ocean 
        Observing System, certified by the National Oceanic and 
        Atmospheric Administration for the quality and 
        reliability of their data, are important sources of 
        observation information for the Great Lakes, oceans, 
        bays, estuaries, and coasts; and
          (9) the Regional Ocean Partnerships and regional data 
        portals, which provide publicly available tools such as 
        maps, data, and other information to inform decisions 
        and enhance marine development, should be supported by 
        and viewed as collaborators with Federal agencies and 
        ocean users.

SEC. 71203. DEFINITION OF ADMINISTRATOR.

  In this title, the term ``Administrator'' means the Under 
Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere in the Under 
Secretary's capacity as Administrator of the National Oceanic 
and Atmospheric Administration.

SEC. 71204. INCREASED COORDINATION AMONG AGENCIES WITH RESPECT TO DATA 
                    AND MONITORING.

  (a) Interagency Ocean Observation Committee.--In addition to 
its responsibilities as of the date of the enactment of this 
Act, and in consultation with the associated advisory committee 
authorized by section 12304(d) of the Integrated Coastal and 
Ocean Observation System Act of 2009 (33 U.S.C. 3603(d)), the 
Interagency Ocean Observation Committee shall--
          (1) work with international coordinating bodies, as 
        necessary, to ensure robust, direct measurements of the 
        Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts, 
        including oceanographic data; and
          (2) support cross-agency and multi-platform synergy, 
        by coordinating overlapping data collection by 
        satellites, buoys, submarines, gliders, vessels, and 
        other data collection vehicles and technologies.
  (b) Federal Geographic Data Committee.--In addition to its 
responsibilities as of the date of the enactment of this Act, 
and in consultation with the National Geospatial Advisory 
Committee, the Federal Geographic Data Committee shall--
          (1) work with international coordinating bodies, as 
        necessary, to ensure robust, continuous measurements of 
        the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts, 
        including satellite and geospatial data; and
          (2) support new and old data and metadata 
        certification, quality assurance, quality control, 
        integration, and archiving.
  (c) Interagency Committee on Ocean and Coastal Mapping.--In 
addition to its responsibilities as of the date of the 
enactment of this Act, and in consultation with its associated 
advisory panel authorized by section 12203(g) of the Ocean and 
Coastal Mapping Integration Act (33 U.S.C. 3502(g)), the 
Interagency Committee on Ocean and Coastal Mapping shall--
          (1) work with international coordinating bodies, as 
        necessary, to ensure robust, continuous satellite and 
        direct measurements of the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, 
        estuaries, and coasts, including bathymetric data; and
          (2) make recommendations on how to make data, 
        metadata, and model output accessible to a broader 
        public audience, including through geographic 
        information system layers, graphics, and other visuals.

SEC. 71205. TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION TO COMBAT ILLEGAL, UNREPORTED, AND 
                    UNREGULATED FISHING.

  (a) Definitions.--Section 3532 of the Maritime Security and 
Fisheries Enforcement Act (16 U.S.C. 8001) is amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraphs (6) through (13) as 
        paragraphs (7) through (14), respectively; and
          (2) by inserting after paragraph (5) the following:
          ``(6) Innovative technologies.--The term `innovative 
        technologies' includes the following:
                  ``(A) Improved satellite imagery and 
                tracking.
                  ``(B) Advanced electronic monitoring 
                equipment.
                  ``(C) Vessel location data.
                  ``(D) Improved genetic, molecular, or other 
                biological methods of tracking sources of 
                seafood.
                  ``(E) Electronic catch documentation and 
                traceability.
                  ``(F) Such other technologies as the 
                Administrator of the National Oceanic and 
                Atmospheric Administration considers 
                appropriate.''.
  (b) Technology Programs.--Section 3546 of the Maritime 
Security and Fisheries Enforcement Act (16 U.S.C. 8016) is 
amended--
          (1) in paragraph (3), by striking ``and'' after the 
        semicolon;
          (2) in paragraph (4), by striking the period at the 
        end and inserting ``; and''; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(5) coordinating the application of existing 
        innovative technologies and the development of emerging 
        innovative technologies.''.

SEC. 71206. WORKFORCE STUDY.

  (a) In General.--Section 303(a) of the America COMPETES 
Reauthorization Act of 2010 (33 U.S.C. 893c(a)) is amended--
          (1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by 
        striking ``Secretary of Commerce'' and inserting 
        ``Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and 
        Atmosphere'';
          (2) in paragraph (2), by inserting ``, skillsets, or 
        credentials'' after ``degrees'';
          (3) in paragraph (3), by inserting ``or highly 
        qualified technical professionals and tradespeople'' 
        after ``atmospheric scientists'';
          (4) in paragraph (4), by inserting ``, skillsets, or 
        credentials'' after ``degrees'';
          (5) in paragraph (5)--
                  (A) by striking ``scientist''; and
                  (B) by striking ``; and'' and inserting ``, 
                observations, and monitoring;''
          (6) in paragraph (6), by striking ``into Federal'' 
        and all that follows and inserting ``, technical 
        professionals, and tradespeople into Federal career 
        positions;''
          (7) by redesignating paragraphs (2) through (6) as 
        paragraphs (3) through (7), respectively;
          (8) by inserting after paragraph (1) the following:
          ``(2) whether there is a shortage in the number of 
        individuals with technical or trade-based skillsets or 
        credentials suited to a career in oceanic and 
        atmospheric data collection, processing, satellite 
        production, or satellite operations;''; and
          (9) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(8) workforce diversity and actions the Federal 
        Government can take to increase diversity in the 
        scientific workforce; and
          ``(9) actions the Federal Government can take to 
        shorten the hiring backlog for such workforce.''.
  (b) Coordination.--Section 303(b) of such Act (33 U.S.C. 
893c(b)) is amended by striking ``Secretary of Commerce'' and 
inserting ``Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and 
Atmosphere''.
  (c) Report.--Section 303(c) of such Act (33 U.S.C. 893c(c)) 
is amended--
          (1) by striking ``the date of enactment of this Act'' 
        and inserting ``the date of the enactment of the 
        America COMPETES Act of 2022'';
          (2) by striking ``Secretary of Commerce'' and 
        inserting ``Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and 
        Atmosphere''; and
          (3) by striking ``to each committee'' and all that 
        follows through ``section 302 of this Act'' and 
        inserting ``to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
        Transportation of the Senate and the Committee on 
        Natural Resources and the Committee on Science, Space, 
        and Technology of the House of Representatives''.
  (d) Program and Plan.--Section 303(d) of such Act (33 U.S.C. 
893c(d)) is amended--
          (1) by striking ``Administrator of the National 
        Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration'' and inserting 
        ``Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and 
        Atmosphere''; and
          (2) by striking ``academic partners'' and all that 
        follows and inserting ``academic partners.''.

SEC. 71207. ACCELERATING INNOVATION AT COOPERATIVE INSTITUTES.

  (a) Focus on Emerging Technologies.--The Administrator shall 
ensure that the goals of the Cooperative Institutes of the 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration include 
focusing on advancing or applying emerging technologies, which 
may include--
          (1) applied uses and development of real-time and 
        other advanced genetic technologies and applications, 
        including such technologies and applications that 
        derive genetic material directly from environmental 
        samples without any obvious signs of biological source 
        material;
          (2) deployment of, and improvements to, the 
        durability, maintenance, and other lifecycle concerns 
        of advanced unmanned vehicles, regional small research 
        vessels, and other research vessels that support and 
        launch unmanned vehicles and sensors; and
          (3) supercomputing and big data management, including 
        data collected through electronic monitoring and remote 
        sensing.
  (b) Data Sharing.--Each Cooperative Institute shall ensure 
that data collected from the work of the institute, other than 
classified, confidential, or proprietary data, are archived and 
made publicly accessible.
  (c) Coordination With Other Programs.--The Cooperative 
Institutes shall work with the Interagency Ocean Observation 
Committee, the regional associations of the Integrated Ocean 
Observing System, and other ocean observing programs to 
coordinate technology needs and the transition of new 
technologies from research to operations.

SEC. 71208. OCEAN INNOVATION PRIZE AND PRIORITIZATION.

  (a) Ocean Innovative Prizes.--Not later than 4 years after 
the date of the enactment of this Act, and under the authority 
provided by section 24 of the Stevenson-Wydler Technology 
Innovation Act of 1980 (15 U.S.C. 3719), the Administrator, in 
consultation with the heads of relevant Federal agencies, 
including the Secretary of Defense, and in conjunction with 
nongovernmental partners, as appropriate and at the discretion 
of the Administrator, shall establish at least one Ocean 
Innovation Prize to catalyze the rapid development and 
deployment of data collection and monitoring technology related 
to the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts in at 
least one of the areas specified in subsection (b).
  (b) Areas.--The areas specified in this subsection are the 
following:
          (1) Improved eDNA analytics and deployment with 
        autonomous vehicles.
          (2) Plastic pollution detection, quantification, and 
        mitigation, including with respect to used fishing gear 
        and tracking technologies to reduce or eliminate 
        bycatch.
          (3) Advanced satellite data and other advanced 
        technology for improving scientific assessment.
          (4) New stock assessment methods using satellite data 
        or other advanced technologies.
          (5) Advanced electronic fisheries monitoring 
        equipment and data analysis tools, including improved 
        fish species recognition software, confidential data 
        management, data analysis and visualization, and 
        storage of electronic reports, imagery, location 
        information, and other data.
          (6) Autonomous and other advanced surface vehicles, 
        underwater vehicles, or airborne platforms for data 
        collection and monitoring.
          (7) Artificial intelligence and machine learning 
        applications for data collection and monitoring related 
        to the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and 
        coasts.
          (8) Coral reef ecosystem monitoring.
          (9) Electronic equipment, chemical or biological 
        sensors, data analysis tools, and platforms to identify 
        and fill gaps in robust and shared continuous data 
        related to the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, 
        and coasts to inform global earth system models.
          (10) Means for protecting aquatic life from injury or 
        other ill effects caused, in whole or in part, by 
        monitoring or exploration activities.
          (11) Discovery and dissemination of data related to 
        the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts.
          (12) Water quality monitoring, including improved 
        detection and prediction of harmful algal blooms and 
        pollution.
          (13) Enhancing blue carbon sequestration and other 
        ocean acidification mitigation opportunities.
          (14) Such other areas as may be identified by the 
        Administrator.
  (c) Prioritization of Proposals.--In selecting recipients of 
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business 
Technology Transfer (STTR) solicitations and interagency grants 
for ocean innovation, including the National Oceanographic 
Partnership Program, the Administrator shall prioritize 
proposals for fiscal years 2023 and 2024 that address at least 
one of the areas specified in subsection (b).

SEC. 71209. REAUTHORIZATION OF NOAA PROGRAMS.

  Section 306 of the Hydrographic Services Improvement Act of 
1998 (33 U.S.C. 892d) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (1), by striking ``$70,814,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2019 through 2023'' and inserting 
        ``$71,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023 through 
        2026'';
          (2) in paragraph (2), by striking ``$25,000,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2019 through 2023'' and inserting 
        ``$34,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023 through 
        2026'';
          (3) in paragraph (3), by striking ``$29,932,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2019 through 2023'' and inserting 
        ``$38,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023 through 
        2026'';
          (4) in paragraph (4), by striking ``$26,800,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2019 through 2023'' and inserting 
        ``$45,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023 through 
        2026''; and
          (5) in paragraph (5), by striking ``$30,564,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2019 through 2023'' and inserting 
        ``$35,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023 through 
        2026''.

SEC. 71210. BLUE ECONOMY VALUATION.

  (a) Measurement of Blue Economy Industries.--The 
Administrator, the Director of the Bureau of Economic Analysis, 
the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 
Secretary of the Treasury, and the heads of other relevant 
Federal agencies, shall prioritize the collection, aggregation, 
and analysis of data to measure the value and impact of 
industries related to the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, 
and coasts on the economy of the United States, including 
living resources, marine construction, marine transportation, 
offshore mineral extraction, ship and boat building, tourism, 
recreation, subsistence, and such other industries the 
Administrator considers appropriate (known as ``Blue Economy'' 
industries).
  (b) Collaboration.--In carrying out subsection (a), the 
Administrator shall--
          (1) work with the Director of the Bureau of Economic 
        Analysis and the heads of other relevant Federal 
        agencies to develop a Coastal and Ocean Economy 
        Satellite Account that includes national and State-
        level statistics to measure the contribution of the 
        Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts to the 
        overall economy of the United States; and
          (2) collaborate with national and international 
        organizations and governments to promote consistency of 
        methods, measurements, and definitions to ensure 
        comparability of results between countries.
  (c) Report.--Not less frequently than once every 2 years, the 
Administrator, in consultation with the Director of the Bureau 
of Economic Analysis, the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor 
Statistics, the Secretary of the Treasury, and the heads of 
other relevant Federal agencies, shall publish a report that--
          (1) defines the Blue Economy, in coordination with 
        Tribal governments, academia, industry, nongovernmental 
        organizations, and other relevant experts;
          (2) makes recommendations for updating North American 
        Industry Classification System (NAICS) reporting codes 
        to reflect the Blue Economy; and
          (3) provides a comprehensive estimate of the value 
        and impact of the Blue Economy with respect to each 
        State and territory of the United States, including--
                  (A) the value and impact of--
                          (i) economic activities that are 
                        dependent upon the resources of the 
                        Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, 
                        and coasts;
                          (ii) the population and demographic 
                        characteristics of the population along 
                        the coasts;
                          (iii) port and shoreline 
                        infrastructure;
                          (iv) the volume and value of cargo 
                        shipped by sea or across the Great 
                        Lakes; and
                          (v) data collected from the Great 
                        Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and 
                        coasts, including such data collected 
                        by businesses that purchase and 
                        commodify the data, including weather 
                        prediction and seasonal agricultural 
                        forecasting; and
                  (B) to the extent possible, the qualified 
                value and impact of the natural capital of the 
                Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and 
                coasts with respect to tourism, recreation, 
                natural resources, and cultural heritage, 
                including other indirect values.

SEC. 71211. ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY-OCEANS.

  (a) Agreement.--Not later than 45 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall seek to enter 
into an agreement with the National Academy of Sciences to 
conduct the comprehensive assessment under subsection (b).
  (b) Comprehensive Assessment.--
          (1) In general.--Under an agreement between the 
        Administrator and the National Academy of Sciences 
        under this section, the National Academy of Sciences 
        shall conduct a comprehensive assessment of the need 
        for and feasibility of establishing an Advanced 
        Research Projects Agency-Oceans (ARPA-O) that operates 
        in coordination with and with nonduplication of 
        existing Federal oceanic research programs, including 
        programs of the Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric 
        Research of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
        Administration.
          (2) Elements.--The comprehensive assessment carried 
        out pursuant to paragraph (1) shall include--
                  (A) an assessment of how an ARPA-O could help 
                overcome the long-term and high-risk 
                technological barriers in the development of 
                ocean technologies, with the goal of enhancing 
                the economic, ecological, and national security 
                of the United States through the rapid 
                development of technologies that result in--
                          (i) improved data collection, 
                        monitoring, and prediction of the ocean 
                        environment, including sea ice 
                        conditions;
                          (ii) overcoming barriers to the 
                        application of new and improved 
                        technologies, such as high costs and 
                        scale of operational missions;
                          (iii) improved management practices 
                        for protecting ecological 
                        sustainability;
                          (iv) improved national security 
                        capacity;
                          (v) improved technology for fishery 
                        population assessments;
                          (vi) expedited processes between and 
                        among Federal agencies to successfully 
                        identify, transition, and coordinate 
                        research and development output to 
                        operations, applications, 
                        commercialization, and other uses; and
                          (vii) ensuring that the United States 
                        maintains a technological lead in 
                        developing and deploying advanced ocean 
                        technologies;
                  (B) an evaluation of the organizational 
                structures under which an ARPA-O could be 
                organized, which takes into account--
                          (i) best practices for new research 
                        programs;
                          (ii) consolidation and reorganization 
                        of existing Federal oceanic programs to 
                        effectuate coordination and 
                        nonduplication of such programs;
                          (iii) metrics and approaches for 
                        periodic program evaluation;
                          (iv) capacity to fund and manage 
                        external research awards; and
                          (v) options for oversight of the 
                        activity through a Federal agency, an 
                        interagency organization, 
                        nongovernmental organization, or other 
                        institutional arrangement; and
                  (C) an estimation of the scale of investment 
                necessary to pursue high priority ocean 
                technology projects.
  (c) Report.--Not later than 18 months after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall submit to 
Congress a report on the comprehensive assessment conducted 
under subsection (b).
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20. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bonamici of Oregon or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division J the following:

TITLE V--BUILDING U.S. INFRASTRUCTURE BY LEVERAGING DEMANDS FOR SKILLS 
                                (BUILDS)


SEC. 90501. DEFINITIONS.

          (1) In general.--In this title, except as otherwise 
        provided in this title, the terms have the meanings 
        given the terms in section 3 of the Workforce 
        Innovation and Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3102).
          (2) Apprenticeship, apprenticeship program.--The term 
        ``apprenticeship'' or ``apprenticeship program'' means 
        an apprenticeship program registered under the Act of 
        August 16, 1937 (commonly known as the ``National 
        Apprenticeship Act'' (29 U.S.C. 50 et seq.)).
          (3) CTE terms.--The terms ``area career and technical 
        education school'', ``articulation agreement'', 
        ``career guidance and academic counseling'', ``credit 
        transfer agreement'', ``early college high school'', 
        ``high school'', ``program of study'', ``Tribal 
        educational agency'', and ``work-based learning'' have 
        the meanings given the terms in section 3 of the Carl 
        D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 
        (20 U.S.C. 2302).
          (4) Education and training provider.--
                  (A) In general.--The term ``education and 
                training provider'' means an entity listed in 
                subparagraph (B) that provides academic 
                curriculum and instruction related to targeted 
                infrastructure industries.
                  (B) Entities.--An entity described in this 
                subparagraph is as follows:
                          (i) An area career and technical 
                        education school, early college high 
                        school, or high school providing career 
                        and technical education programs of 
                        study.
                          (ii) An Indian Tribe, Tribal 
                        organization, or Tribal educational 
                        agency.
                          (iii) A minority-serving institution 
                        (as described in any of paragraphs (1) 
                        through (7) of section 371(a) of the 
                        Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                        1067q(a))).
                          (iv) A provider of adult education 
                        and literacy activities under the Adult 
                        Education and Family Literacy Act (29 
                        U.S.C. 3271 et seq.);
                          (v) A local agency administering 
                        plans under title I of the 
                        Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 
                        720 et seq.), other than section 112 or 
                        part C of that title (29 U.S.C. 732, 
                        741);
                          (vi) A related instruction provider 
                        for an apprenticeship program.
                          (vii) A public institution of higher 
                        education (as defined in section 101 of 
                        the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
                        U.S.C. 1001).
                          (viii) A provider included on the 
                        list of eligible providers of training 
                        services described in section 122(d) of 
                        the Workforce Innovation and 
                        Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3152(d)).
                          (ix) A consortium of entities 
                        described in any of clauses (i) through 
                        (viii).
          (5) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' 
        means--
                  (A) an industry or sector partnership;
                  (B) a State workforce development board or 
                State workforce development agency, or a local 
                board or local workforce development agency;
                  (C) an eligible institution described in 
                paragraph (4)(B), or a consortium thereof;
                  (D) an Indian Tribe, Tribal organization, or 
                Tribal educational agency;
                  (E) a labor organization or joint-labor 
                management organization; or
                  (F) a qualified intermediary.
          (6) Nontraditional population.--The term 
        ``nontraditional population'' means a group of 
        individuals (such as a group of individuals from the 
        same gender or race) the members of which comprise 
        fewer than 25 percent of the individuals employed in a 
        targeted infrastructure industry.
          (7) Qualified intermediary.--
                  (A) In general.--The term ``qualified 
                intermediary'' means an entity that 
                demonstrates an expertise--
                          (i) in engaging in the partnerships 
                        described in subparagraph (B); and
                          (ii) serving participants and 
                        employers of programs funded under this 
                        title by--
                                  (I) connecting employers to 
                                programs funded under this 
                                title;
                                  (II) assisting in the design 
                                and implementation of such 
                                programs, including curriculum 
                                development and delivery of 
                                instruction;
                                  (III) providing professional 
                                development activities such as 
                                training to mentors;
                                  (IV) connecting students or 
                                workers to programs funded 
                                under this title;
                                  (V) developing and providing 
                                personalized support for 
                                individuals participating in 
                                programs funded under this 
                                title, including by partnering 
                                with organizations to provide 
                                access to or referrals for 
                                supportive services and 
                                financial advising; or
                                  (VI) providing services, 
                                resources, and supports for 
                                development, delivery, 
                                expansion, or improvement of 
                                programs funded under this 
                                title.
                  (B) Required partnerships.--In carrying out 
                activities under this title, the qualified 
                intermediary shall act in partnerships with--
                          (i) industry or sector partnerships, 
                        including establishing a new industry 
                        or sector partnership or expanding an 
                        existing industry or sector 
                        partnership;
                          (ii) partnerships among employers, 
                        joint labor-management organizations, 
                        labor organizations, community-based 
                        organizations, education and training 
                        providers, social service 
                        organizations, economic development 
                        organizations, Indian Tribes or Tribal 
                        organizations, or one-stop operators, 
                        or one-stop partners, in the State 
                        workforce development system; or
                          (iii) partnerships with State or 
                        local workforce development boards and 
                        among one or more of the entities 
                        described in clauses (i) and (ii).
          (8) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Labor.
          (9) Targeted infrastructure industry.--The term 
        ``targeted infrastructure industry'' means an industry, 
        including the transportation (including surface, 
        transit, aviation, maritime, or railway 
        transportation), construction, energy (including the 
        deployment of renewable and clean energy, energy 
        efficiency, transmission, and battery storage), 
        information technology, or utilities industry) to be 
        served by a grant, contract, or cooperative agreement 
        under this title.

SEC. 90502. GRANTS AUTHORIZED.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary, in consultation with the 
Secretary of Transportation, the Secretary of Energy, the 
Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Education, and the 
Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the Army Corps of 
Engineers, shall award, on a competitive basis, grants, 
contracts, or cooperative agreements to eligible entities to 
plan and implement activities to achieve the strategic 
objectives described in section 90504(b) with respect to a 
targeted infrastructure industry identified in the application 
submitted under section 90503 by such eligible entities.
  (b) Types of Awards.--A grant, contract, or cooperative 
agreement awarded under this title may be in the form of--
          (1) an implementation grant, contract, or cooperative 
        agreement, for entities seeking an initial grant under 
        this title; or
          (2) a renewal grant, contract, or cooperative 
        agreement for entities that have already received an 
        implementation grant, contract, or cooperative 
        agreement under this title.
  (c) Duration.--Each grant awarded under this title shall be 
for a period not to exceed 3 years.
  (d) Amount.--The amount of a grant, contract, or cooperative 
agreement awarded under this title may not exceed--
          (1) for an implementation grant, contract, or 
        cooperative agreement, $2,500,000; and
          (2) for a renewal grant, contract, or cooperative 
        agreement, $1,500,000.
  (e) Award Basis.--
          (1) Geographic diversity.--The Secretary shall award 
        funds under this title in a manner that ensures 
        geographic diversity (such as urban and rural 
        distribution) in the areas in which activities will be 
        carried out using such funds.
          (2) Priority for awards.--In awarding funds under 
        this title, the Secretary shall give priority to 
        eligible entities that--
                  (A) in the case of awarding implementation 
                grants, contracts, or cooperative agreements--
                          (i) demonstrate long-term 
                        sustainability of a program or activity 
                        funded under this title;
                          (ii) will serve a high number or high 
                        percentage of nontraditional 
                        populations and individuals with 
                        barriers to employment; and
                          (iii) will provide a non-Federal 
                        share of the cost of the activities; 
                        and
                  (B) in the case of awarding renewal grants, 
                contracts, or cooperative agreements--
                          (i) meet the criteria established in 
                        subparagraph (A); and
                          (ii) have demonstrated ability to 
                        meet the--
                                  (I) strategic objectives of 
                                the implementation grant, 
                                contract or cooperative 
                                agreement described in section 
                                90503(b)(4); and
                                  (II) meet or exceed the 
                                requirements of the evaluations 
                                and progress reports described 
                                in section 90504(f).

SEC. 90503. APPLICATION.

  (a) In General.--An eligible entity desiring a grant, 
contract, or cooperative agreement under this title shall 
submit an application to the Secretary at such time, in such 
manner, and containing such information as the Secretary may 
require, including the contents described in subsection (b).
  (b) Contents.--An application submitted under this title 
shall contain, at a minimum--
          (1) a description of the entities engaged in 
        activities funded under the grant, including--
                  (A) evidence of the eligible entity's 
                capacity to carry out activities to achieve the 
                strategic objectives described in section 
                90504(b); and
                  (B) identification, and expected 
                participation and responsibilities of each key 
                stakeholder in the targeted infrastructure 
                industry described in section 90504(b)(1) with 
                which the eligible entity will partner to carry 
                out such activities;
          (2) a description of the targeted infrastructure 
        industry to be served by the eligible entity with funds 
        received under this title, and a description of how 
        such industry was identified, including--
                  (A) the quantitative data and evidence that 
                demonstrates the demand for employment in such 
                industry in the geographic area served by the 
                eligible entity under this title; and
                  (B) a description of the local, State, or 
                federally funded infrastructure projects with 
                respect to which the eligible entity 
                anticipates engaging the partners described in 
                paragraph (1)(B);
          (3) a description of the workers that will be 
        targeted or recruited by the eligible entity, 
        including--
                  (A) how recruitment activities will target 
                nontraditional populations to improve the 
                percentages of nontraditional populations 
                employed in targeted infrastructure industries; 
                and
                  (B) a description of potential barriers to 
                employment for targeted workers, and a 
                description of strategies that will be used to 
                help workers overcome such barriers;
          (4) a description of the strategic objectives 
        described in section 90504(b) that the eligible entity 
        intends to achieve concerning the targeted 
        infrastructure industry and activities to be carried 
        out as described in section 90504, including--
                  (A) a timeline for progress towards achieving 
                such strategic objectives;
                  (B) a description of the manner in which the 
                eligible entity intends to make sustainable 
                progress towards achieving such strategic 
                objectives; and
                  (C) assurances the eligible entity will 
                provide performance measures for measuring 
                progress towards achieving such strategic 
                objectives, as described in section 90504(f);
          (5) a description of the recognized postsecondary 
        credentials that the eligible entity proposes to 
        prepare individuals participating in activities under 
        this title for, which shall--
                  (A) be nationally or regionally portable and 
                stackable;
                  (B) be related to the targeted infrastructure 
                industry that the eligible entity proposes to 
                support; and
                  (C) be aligned to a career pathway and work-
                based learning opportunity, such as an 
                apprenticeship program or a pre-apprenticeship 
                program articulating to an apprenticeship 
                program;
          (6) a description of the Federal and non-Federal 
        resources, available under provisions of law other than 
        this title, that will be leveraged in support of the 
        partnerships and activities under this title; and
          (7) a description of how the eligible entity or the 
        education and training provider in partnership with 
        such eligible entity under this title will establish or 
        implement plans to be included on the list of eligible 
        providers of training services described in section 
        122(d) of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act 
        (29 U.S.C. 3152(d)).

SEC. 90504. ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES.

  (a) In General.--An eligible entity receiving funds under 
this title shall carry out activities described this section to 
achieve the strategic objectives identified in the entity's 
application under section 90503, including the objectives 
described in subsection (b).
  (b) Strategic Objectives.--The activities to be carried out 
with the funds awarded under this title shall be designed to 
achieve strategic objectives, including the following:
          (1) Recruiting key stakeholders (such as employers, 
        labor organizations, local workforce boards, and 
        education and training providers, economic development 
        agencies, and as applicable, qualified intermediaries) 
        in the targeted infrastructure industry to establish or 
        expand industry and sector partnerships for the purpose 
        of--
                  (A) assisting the eligible entity in carrying 
                out the activities described in subsection (a); 
                and
                  (B) convening with the eligible entity in a 
                collaborative structure that supports the 
                sharing of information and best practices for 
                supporting the development of a diverse 
                workforce to support the targeted 
                infrastructure industry.
          (2) Identifying the training needs of the State or 
        local area in the targeted infrastructure industry, 
        including--
                  (A) needs for skills critical to 
                competitiveness and innovation in the industry;
                  (B) needs of the apprenticeship programs or 
                other paid work-based learning programs 
                supported by the funds; and
                  (C) the needed establishment, expansion, or 
                revisions of career pathways and academic 
                curriculum in the targeted infrastructure 
                industries to establish talent pipelines for 
                such industry.
          (3) Identifying and quantifying any disparities or 
        gaps in employment of nontraditional populations in the 
        targeted infrastructure industries and establishing or 
        expanding strategies to close such gaps.
          (4) Supporting the development of consortia of 
        education and training providers receiving assistance 
        under this title to align curricula, recognized 
        postsecondary credentials, and programs to the targeted 
        infrastructure industry needs and the credentials 
        described in section 90503(b)(5), particularly for 
        high-skill, high-wage or in-demand industry sectors or 
        occupations related to the targeted infrastructure 
        industry.
          (5) Providing information on activities carried out 
        with such funds to the State and local board and the 
        State agency carrying out the State program under the 
        Wagner-Peyser Act (29 U.S.C. 49 et seq.), including 
        staff of the agency that provide services under such 
        Act, to enable the State agency to inform recipients of 
        unemployment compensation or the employment and 
        training opportunities that may be offered through such 
        activities.
          (6) Establishing or expanding partnerships with 
        employers in industry or sector partnerships to attract 
        potential workers from a diverse jobseeker base, 
        including individuals with barriers to employment and 
        nontraditional populations, by identifying any such 
        barriers through analysis of the labor market data and 
        recruitment strategies, and implementing strategies to 
        help such workers overcome such barriers and increase 
        diversity in the targeted infrastructure industries.
  (c) Planning Activities.--An eligible entity receiving a 
planning grant, contract, or cooperative agreement under this 
title shall use not more than $250,000 of such funds to carry 
out planning activities during the first year of the grant, 
contract, or agreement period, which may include--
          (1) establishing or expanding industry or sector 
        partnerships described in subsection (b)(1);
          (2) conducting outreach to local labor organizations, 
        employers, industry associations, education and 
        training providers, economic development organizations, 
        and qualified intermediaries, as applicable;
          (3) recruiting individuals for participation in 
        programs assisted with funds under this title, 
        including individuals with barriers to employment and 
        nontraditional populations;
          (4) establishing or expanding paid work-based 
        learning opportunities, including apprenticeship 
        programs or programs articulating to apprenticeship 
        programs;
          (5) establishing or implementing plans for any 
        education and training provider receiving funding under 
        this title to be included on the list of eligible 
        providers of training services described in section 
        122(d) of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act 
        (29 U.S.C. 3152(d));
          (6) establishing or implementing plans for awarding 
        academic credit or providing for academic alignment 
        towards credit pathways for programs or programs of 
        study assisted with funds under this title, including 
        academic credit for industry-recognized credentials, 
        competency-based education, work-based learning, or 
        apprenticeship programs;
          (7) making available open, searchable, and comparable 
        information on the recognized postsecondary credentials 
        awarded under such programs, including the related 
        skills or competencies and related employment and 
        earnings outcomes;
          (8) conducting an evaluation of workforce needs in 
        the local area; or
          (9) career pathway and curriculum development or 
        expansion, program establishment, and acquiring 
        equipment necessary to support activities permitted 
        under this section.
  (d) Employer Engagement.--An eligible entity receiving funds 
under this title shall use the grant funds to provide services 
to engage employers in efforts to achieve the strategic 
objectives identified in the partnership's application under 
section 90503(b)(4), such as--
          (1) navigating the registration process for a sponsor 
        of an apprenticeship program;
          (2) connecting the employer with an education and 
        training provider, to support the development of 
        curriculum for work-based learning opportunities, 
        including the related instruction for apprenticeship 
        programs;
          (3) providing training to incumbent workers to serve 
        as trainers or mentors to individuals participating in 
        a work-based learning program funded under this title;
          (4) subsidizing the wages and benefits for 
        individuals participating in activities or programs 
        funded under this title for a period of not more than 6 
        months for employers demonstrating financial need, 
        including due to COVID-19; and
          (5) recruiting for employment or participation in 
        programs funded under this title, including work-based 
        learning programs, including--
                  (A) individuals participating in programs 
                under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity 
                Act (29 U.S.C. 3101 et seq.), or the 
                Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 701 et 
                seq.);
                  (B) recipients of assistance through the 
                supplemental nutrition assistance program 
                established under the Food and Nutrition Act of 
                2008 (7 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.);
                  (C) recipients of assistance through the 
                program of block grants to States for temporary 
                assistance for needy families established under 
                part A of title IV of the Social Security Act 
                (42 U.S.C. 601 et seq.);
                  (D) individuals with a barrier to employment; 
                or
                  (E) nontraditional populations in the 
                targeted infrastructure industry served by such 
                funds.
  (e) Participant Services.--The eligible entity receiving 
funds under this title shall use the grant funds to provide 
services to support the success of individuals participating in 
a program supported under this title, which shall include--
          (1) in coordination with the State or local board--
                  (A) training services as described in section 
                134(c)(3) of the Workforce Innovation and 
                Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3174(c)(3));
                  (B) career services as described in section 
                134(c)(2) of such Act; and
                  (C) supportive services, such as child care 
                and transportation;
          (2) providing access to necessary supplies, 
        materials, technological devices, or required 
        equipment, attire, and other supports necessary to 
        participate in such programs or to start employment;
          (3) job placement assistance, including in paid work-
        based learning opportunities which may include 
        apprenticeship programs, or employment at the 
        completion of a program provided by an education and 
        training provider;
          (4) providing career awareness activities, such as 
        career guidance and academic counseling; and
          (5) services to ensure individuals served by funds 
        under this title maintain employment after the 
        completion of a program funded under this title for at 
        least 12 months, including through the continuation of 
        services described under paragraphs (1) through (4) as 
        applicable continuation of services described under 
        paragraphs (1) through (4).
  (f) Evaluation and Progress Reports.--Not later than 1 year 
after receiving a grant under this title, and annually 
thereafter, the eligible entity receiving the grant shall 
submit a report to the Secretary and the Governor of the State 
that the eligible entity serves, that--
          (1) describes the activities funded under this title;
          (2) evaluates the progress the eligible entity has 
        made towards achieving the strategic objectives 
        identified under section 90503(b)(4); and
          (3) evaluates the levels of performance achieved by 
        the eligible entity for training participants with 
        respect to the performance indicators under section 
        116(b)(2)(A) of the Workforce Innovation and 
        Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3141(b)(2)(A)) for all such 
        workers, disaggregated by each population specified in 
        section 3(24) of the Workforce Innovation and 
        Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3102(24)) and by race, 
        ethnicity, sex, and age.
  (g) Administrative Costs.--An eligible partnership may use 
not more than 5 percent of the funds awarded through a grant, 
contract, or cooperative agreement under this title for 
administrative expenses in carrying out this section.

SEC. 90505. ADMINISTRATION BY THE SECRETARY.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary may use not more than 2 
percent of the amount appropriated under section 90506 for each 
fiscal year for administrative expenses to carry out this 
title, including the expenses of providing the technical 
assistance and oversight activities under subsection (b).
  (b) Technical Assistance; Oversight.--The Secretary shall 
provide technical assistance and oversight to assist the 
eligible entities in applying for and administering grants 
awarded under this title.

SEC. 90506. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

  There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out this 
title such sums as may be necessary for fiscal year 2023 and 
each of the succeeding 4 fiscal years.

SEC. 90507. SPECIAL RULE.

  Any funds made available under this title that are used to 
fund an apprenticeship or apprenticeship program shall only be 
used for, or provided to, an apprenticeship or apprenticeship 
program that meets the definition of such term in section 90501 
of this title, including any funds awarded for the purposes of 
grants, contracts, or cooperative agreements, or the 
development, implementation, or administration, of an 
apprenticeship or an apprenticeship program.
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21. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bowman of New York or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 312, after line 25, insert the following:
  (i) Mandatory Cost-Sharing.--
          (1) Waiver.--The cost-sharing requirements under 
        section 7036(c) of the America Creating Opportunities 
        to Meaningfully Promote Excellence in Technology, 
        Education, and Science Act (42 U.S.C. 1862o-14(c)) for 
        the Major Research Instrumentation Program and under 
        section 10A(i) of the National Science Foundation 
        Authorization Act of 2002 (42 U.S.C. 1862n-1a(i)) for 
        teaching fellowships administered within the Robert 
        Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program are waived for a 
        period of 5 years following the date of enactment of 
        this Act.
          (2) Assessment.--Not later than 5 years following the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Director shall 
        submit to Congress an assessment, that includes 
        feedback from the research community, of the impacts of 
        the waivers provided under paragraph (1), including--
                  (A) programmatic and scientific goals;
                  (B) institutional commitment and stewardship 
                of Federal resources;
                  (C) institutional strategic planning and 
                administrative burden;
                  (D) equity among grantee institutions; and
                  (E) recommendations for or against extending 
                or making permanent such waivers.
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22. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bowman of New York or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the appropriate place in title II of division D, insert 
the following:

SEC. __. REPORT ON IMPACT OF SANCTIONS ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR INNOVATION 
                    THAT ADDRESS THE CLIMATE CRISIS AND PROMOTE 
                    ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE.

  (a) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress as 
follows:
          (1) The climate crisis is the single biggest health 
        threat facing humanity and unprecedented levels of 
        global cooperation and collaboration are necessary for 
        basic security provided by equitable access to food 
        production, access to fresh water, habitable ambient 
        temperature and ocean food chains.
          (2) The frequency and severity of extreme weather 
        events, such as wildfire, cyclones, floods and droughts 
        are increasing worldwide, significantly impacting the 
        environment, and displacing people from their homes, 
        resulting in growing numbers of climate refugees.
          (3) Substantially scaling up a range of investments 
        to address the climate crisis, including development 
        assistance and green tech transfer, are necessary to 
        meet the goal of limiting global warming to not more 
        than 1.5 degrees Celsius.
  (b) Report.--Not later than 90 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State, in coordination 
with the Secretary of the Department of Energy, shall submit a 
report to the appropriate congressional committees that--
          (1) describes the impact of United States sanctions 
        on opportunities for innovation that address the 
        climate crisis and promote environmental justice;
          (2) describes the impact of sanctions on climate 
        diplomacy and low-carbon development assistance; and
          (3) identifies barriers to reducing greenhouse gas 
        emissions and reliance on fossil fuels caused or 
        exacerbated by United States sanctions.
  (c) Form.--The report required by subsection (b) shall be 
submitted in unclassified form.
  (d) Appropriate Congressional Committees.--For purposes of 
this section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee 
        on Science, Space, and Technology, and the Committee on 
        Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives; 
        and
          (2) the Committee on Commerce, Science and 
        Transportation, the Committee on Energy and Natural 
        Resources, and the Committee on Environment and Public 
        Works of the Senate.
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23. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bowman of New York or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 864, line 22, insert ``(BRI), in cases where such 
support may compromise sovereignty or autonomy in those 
countries'' before the period at the end.
  Page 864, after line 22, insert ``In addition, in accordance 
with the U.S.--China Joint Glasgow Declaration on Enhancing 
Climate Action in the 2020s, it is in the national interest of 
the United States to pursue appropriate cooperative 
opportunities for the United States and the PRC to undertake 
joint investments or `parallel initiatives', as described in 
section 30603(7), including as part of BRI, that increase the 
total global resources available to mitigate climate change and 
reach the goals of the Paris Agreement, so long as such 
investments are conducted in an equitable and fully transparent 
manner, do not compromise sovereignty or autonomy in developing 
countries, and ensure the highest possible labor and 
environmental standards and social protections.''.
  Page 865, line 3, strike ``counteract'' and insert ``match or 
complement''.
  Page 865, beginning line 14, strike ``needs,'' and all that 
follows through the end of the subparagraph and insert 
``needs;''.
  Page 866, after line 5, insert the following:
                  (_) create a streamlined decision-making 
                process, directed by the National Security 
                Council, to also identify opportunities for 
                cooperative, multilateral investments, 
                including with the PRC or Chinese companies, 
                that increase the total global resources 
                available to support the transition to clean 
                energy, sustainable development, and climate 
                resilience, along with appropriate terms for 
                such investments that ensure transparency, 
                maintain sovereignty and autonomy in developing 
                countries, and ensure the highest possible 
                labor and environmental standards and social 
                protections;
  Page 866, line 10, insert ``, as well as opportunities for 
multilateral cooperative investments with the PRC'' after 
``finance''.
  Page 870, line 11, strike ``private sector'' and all that 
follows through the end of the subsection and insert ``private 
sector, to support clean energy deployment and climate 
resilience in the energy sectors of developing countries, as 
part of contributing the United States fair share of global 
climate action, as described in section 30609(a), and to offer 
improved alternatives to PRC investments while also positively 
influencing the climate, labor, and community engagement 
standards of PRC investments.''.
  Page 871, beginning line 5, strike ``power sector reforms'' 
and insert ``increasing democratic participation and 
accountability in energy systems''.
  Page 871, line 7, strike ``advanced'' and insert ``clean''.
  Page 871, line 12, strike ``advanced'' and insert ``clean''.
  Page 871, line 19, strike ``advanced'' and insert ``clean''.
  Page 871, line 22, strike ``advanced'' and insert ``clean''.
  Page 872, line 9, strike ``advanced'' and insert ``clean''.
  Page 872, line 16, strike ``; and'' and insert a semicolon.
  Page 872, line 17, strike the period at the end and insert 
``; and''.
  Page 872, after line 17, insert the following:
          (_) contribute to Paris Agreement mitigation goals by 
        expanding renewable energy generation and phasing out 
        fossil fuel extraction and consumption.
  Page 1052, beginning line 23, strike ``diesel, heavy fuel 
oil, other petroleum products, and coal'' and insert ``fossil 
fuels''.
  Page 1053, line 23, insert ``clean'' before ``alternatives''.
  Page 1054, beginning line 6, amend subparagraph (F) to read 
as follows:
                  (F) to increase democratic participation and 
                accountability in energy systems; and
  Page 1055, beginning line 16, strike ``minimal regulatory 
interference'' and insert ``appropriate regulations''.
  Page 1056, beginning line 20, strike ``and break down any 
market or regulatory barriers''.
  Page 1076, line 15, insert ``, including with cooperative 
efforts to improve the labor and environmental standards and 
social protections of BRI'' before the period at the end.
  Page 1079, line 9, insert ``, including with respect to 
opportunities for multilateral cooperative investments with the 
People's Republic of China,'' after ``Paris Club''.
  Page 1079, line 9, strike ``standards'' and insert ``labor 
and environmental standards and social protections''.
  Page 1079, line 11, insert ``that ensure transparency and 
maintain sovereignty and autonomy'' after ``countries''.
  Page 1076, line 15, insert ``, including with cooperative 
efforts to improve the labor and environmental standards and 
social protections of BRI'' before the period at the end.
  Page 1107, beginning line 6, strike ``to support'' and all 
that follows through the end of the subsection and insert the 
following: ``to help African countries--''
          (1) achieve greater energy security and improve 
        domestic energy resource mobilization;
          (2) lower their dependence on imported fuels;
          (3) eliminate the use of fossil fuels for the 
        generation of electricity;
          (4) increase production of renewable energy; and
          (5) meet the greenhouse gas mitigation goals of their 
        national determined contributions to the Paris 
        Agreement.
  Page 1108, after line 11, insert the following:
          (_) Distributed renewable energy is an essential part 
        of the solution to increasing energy access and 
        reducing energy poverty in Africa.
          (_) Fossil fuel-based solutions to energy access in 
        Africa are self-defeating due to the severity of 
        climate impacts on sub-Saharan Africa in particular, 
        which expanded fossil fuel extraction and use will 
        exacerbate.
  Page 1108, line 22, insert ``clean'' after ``mix of''.
  Page 1108, line 23, insert ``, including distributed 
renewable energy sources,'' before ``that align''.
  Page 1109, beginning line 3, strike ``United States'' and all 
that follows through the end of the subsection and insert 
``United States. Increased United States foreign assistance to 
and investment in sub-Saharan Africa, including support for 
African-driven programs such as the African Renewable Energy 
Initiative, should contribute to the goals of energy security, 
climate resilience, and universal access to reliable, 
affordable, and sustainable power.''.
  Page 1109, beginning line 8, strike subsection (d).
  Page 1337, line 20, insert ``and stronger actions and 
commitments from developed countries'' before the comma at the 
end.
  Page 1338, after line 7, insert the following:
          (_) to successfully lead the world in limiting global 
        warming to not more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, the 
        United States must continue increasing its own climate 
        ambition and commitments, including its 2030 nationally 
        determined contribution and climate assistance to 
        developing countries, and implement them with 
        sufficient legislative and regulatory action, in 
        acknowledgment of its status as the world's top 
        historic emitter and in line with its fair share of 
        global climate action, as described in section 
        30609(a);
          (_) a priority of the the United States must be 
        working with other developed countries to similarly 
        increase climate change ambitions and commitments;
  Page 1339, line 1, insert ``greatest'' after ``to the''.
  Page 1339, line 4, insert ``building on the U.S.-China Joint 
Glasgow Declaration on Enhancing Climate Action in the 2020s,'' 
after ``emissions,''.
  Page 1339, line 4, strike ``aspirations towards'' and insert 
``the goal of''.
   Page 1340, beginning line 4, strike ``coal power 
production'' and insert ``fossil fuel''.
  Page 1340, line 14, strike ``power sector reform'' and insert 
``democratic participation and accountability in energy 
systems''.
  Page 1340, line 16, insert ``labor, environmental, and 
community engagement'' before ``standards''.
  Page 1340, line 17, insert ``broad-based,'' before ``low-
emissions''.
  Page 1341, line 2, insert ``and, as needed, share'' after 
``protect''.
  Page 1341, after line 6, insert the following:
          (_) the United States should pursue joint efforts 
        with the PRC to reform the World Trade Organization and 
        other international organizations to more equitably 
        balance the needs and interests of all countries with 
        respect to climate change and other global challenges;
  Page 1341, line 17, insert ``and, as needed, share'' after 
``protect''.
  Page 1341, line 17, strike ``rights''.
  Page 1342, beginning line 25, strike ``to projects''.
  Page 1343, line 1, strike ``would otherwise be included 
within'' and insert ``will complement and contribute to raising 
the labor and environmental standards and social protections 
of''.
  Page 1343, line 10, insert ``, especially the realization of 
its fair share of global climate action, as described in 
section 30609(a)'' before the semicolon.
  Page 1343, beginning line 14, strike clause (iv) and insert 
the following:
                          (iv) will complement and contribute 
                        to raising the labor and environmental 
                        standards and social protections of the 
                        Belt and Road Initiative; and
  Page 1356, beginning line 19, strike ``foreign countries'' 
and all that follows through the end of the subparagraph and 
insert ``all countries in contributing their fair share of 
global climate action, as described in section 30609(a);''.
  Page 2209, line 12, insert ``and addressing the climate 
crisis, meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement'' before the 
comma.
  Page 2213, line 8, strike ``; and'' and insert a semicolon.
  Page 2213, after line 8, insert the following:
                  (_) align with the goals of the Paris 
                Agreement; and

24. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Brownley of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 433, line 4, after ``synthetic biology'', insert 
``alternative proteins,''.
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25. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Budd of North Carolina 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30258 the following:

SEC. 30259. INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of State, in coordination with the 
Director of National Intelligence, shall submit to the 
Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Permanent Select Committee 
on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and the 
Committee on Foreign Relations and the Select Committee on 
Intelligence of the Senate a classified report, with an 
unclassified annex if appropriate, that assesses the degree to 
which, if any, the Russian Federation has coordinated with the 
People's Republic of China (PRC) regarding a potential further 
invasion of Ukraine. Such assessment shall also examine ways in 
which the PRC may have promised to help the Russian Federation 
offset the costs of prospective economic sanctions, especially 
in the financial, technological, and energy sectors.
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 26. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Burgess of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1689, strike line 7 and all that follows through line 24 
on page 1707.
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 27. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Burgess of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 788, line 7, strike ``75,000,000'' and insert 
``375,000,000''.
  Page 795, line 9, strike ``600,000,000'' and insert 
``300,000,000''.
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 28. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Burgess of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division C, insert the following new title:

                TITLE V--ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY


SEC. 20501. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT HIRING AUTHORITY RESTRICTED.

  The Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency may 
not hire or pay the salary or expense of any officer or 
employee of the Environmental Protection Agency under 
subsection (f) or (g) of section 207 of the Public Health 
Service Act (42 U.S.C. 209) who is not already receiving pay 
under either such subsection on the date of the enactment of 
this Act.
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 29. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Burgess of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 30609 (relating to building United States 
economic growth and technological innovation through the Green 
Climate Fund).
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 30. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Burgess of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the appropriate place in subtitle A of title II of 
division C, insert the following:

SEC. 20___. RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY 
                    RESPIRATOR MASK ACQUISITIONS.

  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no Federal funds 
may be used by any Federal department or agency to acquire KN-
95 respirator masks produced or manufactured in the People's 
Republic of China if N-95 respirator masks produced or 
manufactured in the United States of satisfactory quality with 
respect to safety standards are available in sufficient and 
reasonably available commercial quantities.
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 31. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bush of Missouri or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30216 the following:

SEC. 30217. ACTIONS TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

  The Secretary of State, in coordination with the 
Administrator for the US Agency for International Development, 
shall to the extent practicable, expand testing capacity, 
vaccination distribution, and acquisition of needed medical 
supplies, including available COVID-19 vaccines and supporting 
vaccination efforts, to--
          (1) ensure continued success in preventing the spread 
        of the COVID-19 pandemic,
          (2) achieve swift and widespread vaccinations, 
        pursuing long-term economic recovery globally, and
          (3) demonstrate American commitment to global 
        engagement and diplomatic support.
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 32. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bush of Missouri or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1660, after line 6, insert the following:

SEC. 71003. NATIONAL ACADEMIES ASSESSMENT OF OIL SPILLS AND PLASTIC 
                    INGESTION ON SEA LIFE.

  Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of Commerce, acting through the 
Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration, shall seek to enter into an agreement with the 
National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine to 
conduct a comprehensive assessment of the environmental impacts 
of plastic ingestion and oil and other fossil fuel spills on 
sea life, including--
          (1) assessment of the potential health and ecological 
        impacts of plastic ingestion on marine life;
          (2) assessment of the types of plastics most commonly 
        ingested by marine life and the types that have the 
        most damaging health and ecosystem impacts, and 
        recommendations for preventing and eliminating these 
        plastics from the environment;
          (3) quantification of the economic impacts of plastic 
        pollution including the costs of cleanup, impacts on 
        lost tourism, impacts on aquaculture and fishing, and 
        other economic impacts identified by the Academy;
          (4) assessment and quantification of the health and 
        ecological impacts oil and other fossil fuel spills, 
        flares, pipeline leaks, and extraction, including 
        greenhouse gas emissions, have on marine life;
          (5) quantification of the cost and effectiveness of 
        cleaning up oil and other fossil fuel spills, flares, 
        and pipeline leaks, and repairing damage to marine 
        life, coasts, and businesses;
          (6) quantification of the number of people employed 
        in fossil fuel extraction on Federal waters with 
        breakdown by State;
          (7) quantification of the number of people employed 
        in marine tourism and the blue economy, including the 
        fishing and seafood industries, impacted by plastic, 
        oil, and other fossil fuel pollution; and
          (8) assessment and quantification of riverine sources 
        of coastal plastic pollution in the United States, 
        including a breakdown by sources that includes but is 
        not limited to the Mississippi River.
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 33. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bush of Missouri or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1892, after line 2, insert the following new paragraphs 
(and redesignate the succeeding paragraphs accordingly):
          (6) Historically black college or university.--The 
        term ``historically Black college or university'' has 
        the meaning given the term ``part B institution'' in 
        section 322 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 1061).
          (7) Minority-serving institution.--The term 
        ``minority-serving institution'' a means a Hispanic-
        serving institution, Alaska Native-serving institution 
        and Native Hawaiian-serving institution, Predominantly 
        Black Institution, Asian American and Native American 
        Pacific Islander-serving institution, or Native 
        American-serving nontribal institution, as defined in 
        section 371 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 1067q(a)).
  Page 1894, line after line 11, insert the following new 
paragraph (and redesignate the succeeding paragraph 
accordingly):
          (11) Tribal college or university.--The term ``Tribal 
        College or University'' has the meaning given that term 
        in section 316 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 1059c).
  Page 1900, line 12, insert ``(including public institutions 
in another State and private, nonprofit institutions that are 
historically Black colleges and universities, Tribal Colleges 
and Universities, and minority-serving institutions)'' after 
``education''.
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 34. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bush of Missouri or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

SEC. 71104. OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY DEPLOYMENT.

  The Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Energy, the 
Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of Commerce, and all other 
Federal agencies the Secretary of the Interior determines are 
necessary in the authorization of offshore wind energy projects 
shall collectively seek to deploy 30 gigawatts of offshore wind 
energy on the Outer Continental Shelf of the United States by 
2030, while protecting the biodiversity of the ocean and 
promoting ocean co-use.
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 35. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bush of Missouri or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 789, line 20, insert ``, or have the ability to 
manufacture,'' before ``solar components''.
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 36. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Bush of Missouri or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1498, beginning line 3, insert the following:
                  (C) Information relating to the impacts of 
                existing United States and multilateral laws, 
                regulations, and sanctions, including 
                environmental and public health impacts of 
                natural resources exploitation.
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37. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cammack of Florida or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 30609.
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38. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Case of Hawaii or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1660, after line 6, insert the following:

SEC. 71003. OFFSHORE AQUACULTURE.

  Not later than 24 months after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary of Commerce acting through the Administrator 
of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shall 
enter into an agreement with the Board of Ocean Studies and 
Board Science, Technology, and Economic Policy of the National 
Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to conduct a 
comprehensive assessment on the development of offshore 
aquaculture in the exclusive economic zone including--
          (1) assessment of the potential environmental impacts 
        of offshore aquaculture operations, including an 
        evaluation on the risks of siting, water pollution, 
        habitat impact, escape of farmed species on wild 
        population stocks, waste treatment and disposal, feed 
        operations, and the cumulative risks of multiple 
        aquaculture operations in shared ecosystems;
          (2) evaluation of the potential for offshore 
        aquaculture to serve as a tool for environmental 
        management, including connections to water quality, 
        watershed management, and fishery conservation and 
        management;
          (3) identification of existing control technologies, 
        management practices and regulatory strategies to 
        minimize the environmental impact of offshore 
        aquaculture operations, including from traditional 
        aquaculture methods and practices of Native Americans, 
        Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians;
          (4) recommending best management practices related to 
        sustainable feed for the offshore aquaculture industry, 
        including best practices for sourcing from sustainably 
        managed fisheries and traceability of source fish meal 
        ingredients;
          (5) evaluation of the potential impact of offshore 
        aquaculture on the economies of coastal communities, 
        particularly those dependent on traditional fishery 
        resources; and
          (6) assessment of the impacts of growing 
        international offshore aquaculture operations on the 
        United States seafood market and domestic seafood 
        producers, including dependence of the United States on 
        foreign-sourced seafood.
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39. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Case of Hawaii or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1031, after line 2, insert the following:

SEC. __. REPORT ON INDIGENOUS ENGAGEMENT.

  (a) Report Required.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State, in 
coordination with the Secretary of the Interior and in 
consultation with other relevant Federal departments and 
agencies, shall submit to the appropriate congressional 
committees a report on international indigenous engagement.
  (b) Elements.--The report required by subsection (a) shall 
include the following:
          (1) a description of existing programs and efforts by 
        the United States Government that promote international 
        engagement with indigenous peoples by Native Americans 
        and Native American communities as well as Native 
        American representation and participation in 
        international organizations dedicated to indigenous 
        communities;
          (2) a description of existing programs and efforts by 
        other countries, especially United States allies and 
        partners, to promote international diplomatic 
        representation, educational and cultural exchange, and 
        other people-to-people engagements among their 
        indigenous peoples;
          (3) a strategy for enhancing and promoting greater 
        Native American participation and representation in 
        United States diplomatic engagement in international 
        organizations and international educational and 
        cultural exchange programs operated by the United 
        States Government, including the establishment of an 
        Office of Indigenous Affairs headed by a presidentially 
        appointed Special Envoy for Indigenous Affairs; and
          (4) steps that the Secretary of State shall take to 
        enhance cooperation and relationship with Native 
        Americans in accordance with the Federal trust 
        responsibility and to promote best practices among the 
        staff of the Department of State for engagement with 
        Native Americans.
  (c) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        ``appropriate congressional committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the 
                Committee on Natural Resources of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Foreign Relations and 
                the Committee on Indian Affairs of the Senate.
          (2) Native american.--The term ``Native American'' 
        includes--
                  (A) American Indian as defined in section 4 
                of the Indian Self-Determination and Education 
                Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 5304);
                  (B) Alaska Native, within the meaning 
                provided for the term ``Native'' in section 
                3(b) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 
                (43 23 U.S.C. 1602(b)); and
                  (C) Native Hawaiian as defined in paragraph 
                (9) of section 801 of the Native American 
                Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act 
                (25 U.S.C. 4221(9)).
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40. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Case of Hawaii or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of part 8 of subtitle D of title II of division D, 
add the following:

SEC. 30299I. PACIFIC ISLANDS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE.

  (a) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that 
routinized people-to-people exchange programs to bring Pacific 
Islands religious leaders, journalists, civil society members, 
politicians, and others to the United States strengthens 
existing relationships and advances United States interests and 
shared values in the region.
  (b) In General.--The Secretary of State shall develop and 
implement a program to promote educational and professional 
development for young adult leaders and professionals in the 
Pacific Islands with a demonstrated passion to contribute to 
the continued development of the Pacific Islands.
  (c) Conduct of Program.--The program developed under this 
section shall be implemented on a routine basis and may be 
carried out through--
          (1) grants provided on a competitive basis to 
        qualified organizations with demonstrated expertise 
        relating to the Pacific Islands;
          (2) grants in amounts not to exceed $50,000 provided 
        on a competitive basis to qualified young leaders from 
        the Pacific Islands for the purpose of carrying out 
        projects dedicated to the improvement of their 
        communities in the Pacific Islands;
          (3) regional workshops and professional and academic 
        fellowships; and
          (4) people-to-people exchanges.
  (d) Report.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
        State, acting through the Assistant Secretary of State 
        for Educational and Cultural Affairs, shall submit to 
        the appropriate congressional committees a report on 
        exchange programs for the Pacific Islands region.
          (2) Elements.--The report required by paragraph (1) 
        shall include--
                  (A) an assessment of factors constraining the 
                number and frequency of International Visitor 
                Leadership Program participants from countries 
                of the Pacific Islands;
                  (B) an identification of resources that are 
                necessary to address the factors described in 
                subparagraph (A); and
                  (C) a strategy for connecting alumni and 
                participants of the Department of State's 
                professional development exchange programs in 
                East Asia, such as the Young Southeast Asian 
                Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) and the Young 
                Pacific Leaders programs, to enhance inter and 
                intra region people-to-people ties.
  (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated $10,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 2022 
through 2026 to carry out this section.
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41. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Casten of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 170, line 11, after ``contracts'', insert ``, 
alternative financing and expense funding,''.
  Page 170, after line 11, insert the following:
  ``(d) Alternative Financing of Research Facilities and 
Infrastructure.--
          ``(1) In general.--Consistent with section 161(g) of 
        the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2201(g)), the 
        Management and Operating contractors of the Department 
        may enter into the lease-purchase of research 
        facilities and infrastructure under the scope of their 
        contract with the Department with the approval of the 
        Secretary or their designee.
          ``(2) Limitations.--To carry out lease-purchases 
        approved by the Secretary under subsection (a), the 
        Department shall only be required to have budget 
        authority in an amount sufficient to cover the minimum 
        required lease payments through the period required to 
        exercise a termination provision in the lease 
        agreement, plus any associated lease termination 
        penalties, regardless of whether such leased facility 
        and infrastructure is on or off Government land, and 
        if--
                  ``(A) the Department has established a 
                mission need for the facility or infrastructure 
                to be leased;
                  ``(B) the facility or infrastructure is 
                general purpose, including offices, 
                laboratories, cafeterias, utilities, and data 
                centers;
                  ``(C) the Department is not a party to and 
                has no financial obligations under the lease-
                purchase transaction entered into by the 
                Management and Operating contractor, other than 
                allowability of the lease cost and conveyance 
                of Government land, if needed;
                  ``(D) the lease-purchase has an advance 
                notice termination provision with reasonable 
                pre-defined penalties that the Management and 
                Operating contractor may exercise, at the 
                direction of the Department, if funding for the 
                lease is no longer available or the mission 
                need ceases to exist;
                  ``(E) there is an option for a no cost 
                transfer of ownership to the Government once 
                the underlying financing is retired, but 
                neither the Management and Operating contractor 
                nor the Department are obligated to purchase 
                the facility or infrastructure at any time 
                during or after the lease term;
                  ``(F) the lease-purchase transaction, 
                assuming exercise of the ownership option, is 
                demonstrated to be the lowest lifecycle cost 
                alternative for the Government; and
                  ``(G) the cumulative annual base rent for all 
                lease-purchases of facilities and 
                infrastructure, inclusive of any transactions 
                under consideration, does not exceed 2 percent 
                of the Management and Operating contract 
                operating budget for the year the commitment is 
                made for the lease.
          ``(3) Reporting.--Not later than 1 year after the 
        date of the enactment of the America COMPETES Act of 
        2022, and biennially thereafter, the Department shall 
        submit to the Committee on Science, Space, and 
        Technology and the Committee on Appropriations of the 
        House of Representatives, and the Committee on Energy 
        and Natural Resources and the Committee on 
        Appropriations of the Senate, a report on the lease-
        purchase transactions that the Management and Operating 
        contractors of the Department entered into under 
        subsection (a) that includes--
                  ``(A) a list of the lease-purchase 
                transactions entered into by each Management 
                and Operating contractor and their respective 
                costs;
                  ``(B) the annual percentage of each 
                Management and Operating contract operating 
                budget that is used for lease-purchase 
                transactions for the year the commitments were 
                made; and
                  ``(C) any other information the Secretary 
                determines to be appropriate.
          ``(4) Authorization period.--The lease-purchases 
        authorized under paragraph (1) may be entered into only 
        during fiscal years 2022 through 2026.''.
  Page 170, line 12, strike ``(d)'' and insert ``(e)''.
  Page 170, line 20, strike ``(e)'' and insert ``(f)''.
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 42. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Castor of Florida or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 800, after line 2, insert the following:

SEC. 20303. SUPPORT FOR THE FIRST THREE COMMERCIAL-SCALE 
                    IMPLEMENTATIONS OF TRANSFORMATIVE INDUSTRIAL 
                    TECHNOLOGIES.

  (a) In General.--Subject to the availability of 
appropriations, the Secretary shall establish and carry out a 
program under which the Secretary provides grants and loan 
guarantees to eligible entities to carry out eligible projects.
  (b) Applications.--
          (1) In general.--To apply for a grant or loan 
        guarantee under the program, an eligible entity shall 
        submit to the Secretary an application at such time, in 
        such manner, and containing such information as the 
        Secretary may require.
          (2) Selection.--In evaluating applications submitted 
        under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall select 
        applications that will result in the greatest--
                  (A) improvement to the competitiveness of 
                United States industry in global markets;
                  (B) reduction in energy use; or
                  (C) reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
          (3) Consultation.--In evaluating applications 
        submitted under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall 
        solicit input from outside technical and industry 
        experts on the specific industry sectors in which 
        eligible technologies would be implemented.
  (c) Grants and Loan Guarantees.--
          (1) In general.--In carrying out the program, the 
        Secretary may not provide grants or loan guarantees to 
        carry out more than three eligible projects for any 
        category of eligible technology.
          (2) Grant amounts.--The amounts of the grants that 
        may be provided to carry out eligible projects for each 
        category of eligible technology shall be not more than 
        the following:
                  (A) 60 percent of the total eligible project 
                costs for the first eligible project for the 
                category of eligible technology.
                  (B) 45 percent of the total eligible project 
                costs for the second eligible project for the 
                category of eligible technology.
                  (C) 30 percent of the total eligible project 
                costs for the third eligible project for the 
                category of eligible technology.
          (3) Loan guarantee amounts.--
                  (A) In general.--In carrying out the program, 
                the Secretary may not provide a loan guarantee 
                for an amount that is greater than 80 percent 
                of the applicable eligible project costs.
                  (B) Grant and loan guarantee.--In any case in 
                which an eligible entity is provided a grant 
                and a loan guarantee under the program, such 
                loan guarantee may not exceed the amount that 
                is equal to 80 percent of the amount that is 
                equal to the difference between--
                          (i) the eligible project cost; and
                          (ii) the amount of the grant.
          (4) Project milestones.--The Secretary shall work 
        with the grant or loan guarantee recipient to develop 
        project milestones and shall issue payments after the 
        recipient demonstrates that the eligible project has 
        reached such milestones.
  (d) Monitoring and Reporting.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary shall annually submit 
        to Congress a report on how grants and loan guarantees 
        provided under the program were used.
          (2) Proprietary and competitive information.--Each 
        report submitted under paragraph (1) shall exclude any 
        proprietary or competitive information relating to 
        eligible entities that were provided a grant or loan 
        guarantee, or eligible technologies that were 
        implemented, under the program.
  (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section $500,000,000 for 
fiscal year 2022 and $1,000,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
2023 through 2031, to remain available until expended.
  (f) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' 
        means any of the following entities, including a 
        consortium or partnership of such entities:
                  (A) An owner of an industrial plant at which 
                an eligible technology would be implemented.
                  (B) A provider that--
                          (i) manufactures an eligible 
                        technology; or
                          (ii) implements or integrates an 
                        eligible technology at an industrial 
                        plant.
                  (C) Another entity involved in the 
                implementation of the eligible technology at an 
                industrial plant.
          (2) Eligible project.--The term ``eligible project'' 
        means the implementation of an eligible technology at 
        an industrial plant within the United States or its 
        territories.
          (3) Eligible project costs.--The term ``eligible 
        project costs'' includes any capital, installation, 
        engineering, construction, and permitting costs related 
        to carrying out an eligible project.
          (4) Eligible technology.--The term ``eligible 
        technology'' means, as determined by the Secretary, any 
        technology that--
                  (A) is an innovative technology described in 
                section 454(b)(1) of the Energy Independence 
                and Security Act of 2007 (42 U.S.C. 
                17113(b)(1));
                  (B) is demonstrated to be technically viable 
                at pilot scale and ready for commercial-scale 
                implementation;
                  (C) is able to significantly reduce the 
                energy use or greenhouse gas emissions of the 
                process with respect to which the eligible 
                technology is implemented, relative to the 
                technology available on the date of enactment 
                of this Act; and
                  (D) has the potential to significantly reduce 
                annual United States industrial energy use or 
                greenhouse gas emissions, relative to the 
                United States industrial energy use or 
                greenhouse gas emissions in calendar year 2021, 
                if the eligible technology is widely 
                implemented at appropriate existing and new 
                industrial plants in the United States.
          (5) Program.--The term ``program'' means the program 
        established under subsection (a).
          (6) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Energy.



43. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Castro of Texas or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1847, line 1, insert ``media and entertainment,'' after 
``health care,''.
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44. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Chabot of Ohio or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

SEC. 71104. TROPICAL FOREST AND CORAL REEF CONSERVATION 
                    REAUTHORIZATION.

  Section 806(d) of the Tropical Forest and Coral Reef 
Conservation Act of 1998 (22 U.S.C. 2431d(d)) is amended by 
adding at the end the following new paragraphs:
          ``(9) $20,000,000 for fiscal year 2022.
          ``(10) $20,000,000 for fiscal year 2023.
          ``(11) $20,000,000 for fiscal year 2024.
          ``(12) $20,000,000 for fiscal year 2025.
          ``(13) $20,000,000 for fiscal year 2026.''.
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 45. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cheney of Wyoming or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 743, insert after line 16 the following (and redesignate 
the subsequent provisions accordingly):

SEC. 20208. ENSURING CONSIDERATION OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY IMPACTS OF 
                    URANIUM AS A CRITICAL MINERAL.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Defense, in coordination 
with the Secretary of Energy and the Secretary of Commerce, 
shall conduct an assessment of the effect on national security 
that would result from uranium ceasing to be designated as a 
critical mineral by the Secretary of the Interior under section 
7002(c) of the Energy Act of 2020 (30 U.S.C. 1606(c)).
  (b) Report.--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 (as defined in section 
101(a) of title 10, United States Code) a report on the 
findings of the assessment conducted under subsection (a), 
including--
          (1) the effects of the loss of domestic uranium 
        production, conversion, fabrication, and enrichment 
        on--
                  (A) Federal national security programs, 
                including any existing and potential future 
                uses of unobligated uranium originating from 
                domestic sources; and
                  (B) the energy security of the United States;
          (2) a description of the extent of the reliance of 
        the United States on imports of uranium from foreign 
        sources, including from state-owned entities, to supply 
        fuel for commercial reactors; and
          (3) the effects of such reliance and other factors on 
        the domestic production, conversion, fabrication, and 
        enrichment of uranium.
  (c) Uranium Critical Mineral Designation Change Restricted.--
Notwithstanding section 7002(c) of the Energy Act of 2020 (30 
U.S.C. 1606(c)), until the submission of the report required 
under subsection (b), the designation of uranium as a critical 
mineral pursuant to such section may not be altered or 
eliminated.
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 46. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Chu of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add, at the end of the bill, the following (and conform the 
table of contents accordingly):

DIVISION M--SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING NEGATIVE PERCEPTION OF PERSONS 
             OF ASIAN ANCESTRY AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT


SEC. 120001. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING NEGATIVE PERCEPTION OF PERSONS 
                    OF ASIAN ANCESTRY AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) there are notable instances where certain Federal 
        law enforcement officials and institutions have 
        contributed towards a negative growing perception that 
        being of Asian ancestry or having ties to China render 
        an individual more suspect of espionage and that such 
        perceptions have created a culture of fear that has 
        negatively impacted the Asian immigrant and Asian 
        American community;
          (2) national policy should guard against unjustly 
        targeting scientists, academics, and institutional 
        faculty members on the basis of Chinese ethnicity or 
        familial background, which risks irreparable damage to 
        careers, reputations, and lives, and erodes the freedom 
        of intellectual and academic exchange;
          (3) the global competitiveness of the United States, 
        including with the People's Republic of China, is 
        harmed by hostility toward and unfair targeting of 
        Chinese and Chinese American scientists and academics; 
        and
          (4) Congress rejects any dangerous attempts to 
        portray Chinese students, professors, and scholars with 
        more suspicion than non-Chinese academics.
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47. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Cohen of Tennessee or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of title III of division I the following:

SEC. 80306. FOREIGN CORRUPTION ACCOUNTABILITY.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) When public officials and their allies use the 
        mechanisms of government to engage in extortion or 
        bribery, they impoverish their countries' economic 
        health and harm citizens.
          (2) By empowering the United States Government to 
        hold to account foreign public officials and their 
        associates who engage in extortion or bribery, the 
        United States can deter malfeasance and ultimately 
        serve the citizens of fragile countries suffocated by 
        corrupt bureaucracies.
          (3) The Special Inspector General for Afghan 
        Reconstruction's 2016 report ``Corruption in Conflict: 
        Lessons from the U.S. Experience in Afghanistan'' 
        included the recommendation, ``Congress should consider 
        enacting legislation that authorizes sanctions against 
        foreign government officials or their associates who 
        engage in corruption.''.
  (b) Authorization of Imposition of Sanctions.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of State may impose 
        the sanctions described in paragraph (2) with respect 
        to any foreign person who is an individual the 
        Secretary of State determines--
                  (A) engages in public corruption activities 
                against a United States person, including--
                          (i) soliciting or accepting bribes;
                          (ii) using the authority of the state 
                        to extort payments; or
                          (iii) engaging in extortion; or
                  (B) conspires to engage in, or knowingly and 
                materially assists, sponsors, or provides 
                significant financial, material, or 
                technological support for any of the activities 
                described in subparagraph (A).
          (2) Sanctions described.--
                  (A) Inadmissibility to united states.--A 
                foreign person who is subject to sanctions 
                under this section shall be--
                          (i) inadmissible to the United 
                        States;
                          (ii) ineligible to receive a visa or 
                        other documentation to enter the United 
                        States; and
                          (iii) otherwise ineligible to be 
                        admitted or paroled into the United 
                        States or to receive any other benefit 
                        under the Immigration and Nationality 
                        Act (8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.).
                  (B) Current visas revoked.--
                          (i) In general.--The visa or other 
                        entry documentation of a foreign person 
                        who is subject to sanctions under this 
                        section shall be revoked regardless of 
                        when such visa or other entry 
                        documentation is issued.
                          (ii) Effect of revocation.--A 
                        revocation under clause (i) shall--
                                  (I) take effect immediately; 
                                and
                                  (II) automatically cancel any 
                                other valid visa or entry 
                                documentation that is in the 
                                foreign person's possession.
          (3) Exception to comply with law enforcement 
        objectives and agreement regarding headquarters of 
        united nations.--Sanctions described under paragraph 
        (2) shall not apply to a foreign person if admitting 
        the person into the United States--
                  (A) would further important law enforcement 
                objectives; or
                  (B) is necessary to permit the United States 
                to comply with the Agreement regarding the 
                Headquarters of the United Nations, signed at 
                Lake Success June 26, 1947, and entered into 
                force November 21, 1947, between the United 
                Nations and the United States, or other 
                applicable international obligations of the 
                United States.
          (4) Termination of sanctions.--The Secretary of State 
        may terminate the application of sanctions under this 
        subsection with respect to a foreign person if the 
        Secretary of State determines and reports to the 
        appropriate congressional committees not later than 15 
        days before the termination of the sanctions that--
                  (A) the person is no longer engaged in the 
                activity that was the basis for the sanctions 
                or has taken significant verifiable steps 
                toward stopping the activity;
                  (B) the Secretary of State has received 
                reliable assurances that the person will not 
                knowingly engage in activity subject to 
                sanctions under this part in the future; or
                  (C) the termination of the sanctions is in 
                the national security interests of the United 
                States.
          (5) Regulatory authority.--The Secretary of State 
        shall issue such regulations, licenses, and orders as 
        are necessary to carry out this subsection.
          (6) Appropriate congressional committees defined.--In 
        this subsection, the term ``appropriate congressional 
        committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on the Judiciary and the 
                Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on the Judiciary and the 
                Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate.
  (c) Reports to Congress.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of State shall submit 
        to the appropriate congressional committees, in 
        accordance with paragraph (2), a report that includes--
                  (A) a list of each foreign person with 
                respect to whom the Secretary of State imposed 
                sanctions pursuant to subsection (b) during the 
                year preceding the submission of the report;
                  (B) the number of foreign persons with 
                respect to which the Secretary of State--
                          (i) imposed sanctions under 
                        subsection (b)(1) during that year; and
                          (ii) terminated sanctions under 
                        subsection (b)(4) during that year;
                  (C) the dates on which such sanctions were 
                imposed or terminated, as the case may be;
                  (D) the reasons for imposing or terminating 
                such sanctions;
                  (E) the total number of foreign persons 
                considered under subsection (b)(3) for whom 
                sanctions were not imposed; and
                  (F) recommendations as to whether the 
                imposition of additional sanctions would be an 
                added deterrent in preventing public 
                corruption.
          (2) Dates for submission.--
                  (A) Initial report.--The Secretary of State 
                shall submit the initial report under paragraph 
                (1) not later than 120 days after the date of 
                the enactment of this Act.
                  (B) Subsequent reports.--The Secretary of 
                State shall submit a subsequent report under 
                paragraph (1) on December 10, or the first day 
                thereafter on which both Houses of Congress are 
                in session, of--
                          (i) the calendar year in which the 
                        initial report is submitted if the 
                        initial report is submitted before 
                        December 10 of that calendar year; and
                          (ii) each calendar year thereafter.
          (3) Form of report.--
                  (A) In general.--Each report required by 
                paragraph (1) shall be submitted in 
                unclassified form, but may include a classified 
                annex.
                  (B) Exception.--The name of a foreign person 
                to be included in the list required by 
                paragraph (1)(A) may be submitted in the 
                classified annex authorized by subparagraph (A) 
                only if the Secretary of State--
                          (i) determines that it is vital for 
                        the national security interests of the 
                        United States to do so; and
                          (ii) uses the annex in a manner 
                        consistent with congressional intent 
                        and the purposes of this section.
          (4) Public availability.--
                  (A) In general.--The unclassified portion of 
                the report required by paragraph (1) shall be 
                made available to the public, including through 
                publication in the Federal Register.
                  (B) Nonapplicability of confidentiality 
                requirement with respect to visa records.--The 
                Secretary of State shall publish the list 
                required by paragraph (1)(A) without regard to 
                the requirements of section 222(f) of the 
                Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 
                1202(f)) with respect to confidentiality of 
                records pertaining to the issuance or refusal 
                of visas or permits to enter the United States.
          (5) Appropriate congressional committees defined.--In 
        this subsection, the term ``appropriate congressional 
        committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Affairs, and the 
                Committee on the Judiciary of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Foreign Relations, and 
                the Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate.
  (d) Sunset.--
          (1) In general.--The authority to impose sanctions 
        under subsection (b) and the requirements to submit 
        reports under subsection (c) shall terminate on the 
        date that is 6 years after the date of enactment of 
        this Act.
          (2) Continuation in effect of sanctions.--Sanctions 
        imposed under subsection (b) on or before the date 
        specified in paragraph (1), and in effect as of such 
        date, shall remain in effect until terminated in 
        accordance with the requirements of subsection (b)(4).
  (e) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Entity.--The term ``entity'' means a partnership, 
        association, trust, joint venture, corporation, group, 
        subgroup, or other organization.
          (2) Foreign person.--The term ``foreign person'' 
        means a person that is not a United States person.
          (3) United states person.--The term ``United States 
        person'' means a person that is a United States 
        citizen, permanent resident alien, entity organized 
        under the laws of the United States or any jurisdiction 
        within the United States (including foreign branches), 
        or any person in the United States.
          (4) Person.--The term ``person'' means an individual 
        or entity.
          (5) Public corruption.--The term ``public 
        corruption'' means the unlawful exercise of entrusted 
        public power for private gain, including by bribery, 
        nepotism, fraud, or embezzlement.
  Add at the end of division I the following:

                     TITLE IV--CRIMINAL PROVISIONS


SEC. 80401. JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF KLEPTOCRACY.

  (a) Forfeited Property.--
          (1) In general.--Chapter 46 of title 18, United 
        States Code, is amended by adding at the end the 
        following:

``Sec. 988. Accounting of certain forfeited property

  ``(a) Accounting.--The Attorney General shall make available 
to the public an accounting of any property relating to foreign 
government corruption that is forfeited to the United States 
under section 981 or 982.
  ``(b) Format.--The accounting described under subsection (a) 
shall be published on the website of the Department of Justice 
in a format that includes the following:
          ``(1) A heading as follows: `Assets stolen from the 
        people of ______ and recovered by the United States', 
        the blank space being filled with the name of the 
        foreign government that is the target of corruption.
          ``(2) The total amount recovered by the United States 
        on behalf of the foreign people that is the target of 
        corruption at the time when such recovered funds are 
        deposited into the Department of Justice Asset 
        Forfeiture Fund or the Department of the Treasury 
        Forfeiture Fund
  ``(c) Updated Website.--The Attorney General shall update the 
website of the Department of Justice to include an accounting 
of any new property relating to foreign government corruption 
that has been forfeited to the United States under section 981 
or 982 not later than 14 days after such forfeiture, unless 
such update would compromise an ongoing law enforcement 
investigation.''.
          (2) Clerical amendment.--The table of sections for 
        chapter 46 of title 18, United States Code, is amended 
        by adding at the end the following:

``988. Accounting of certain forfeited property.''.

  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that 
recovered assets be returned for the benefit of the people 
harmed by the corruption under conditions that reasonably 
ensure the transparent and effective use, administration and 
monitoring of returned proceeds.
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 48. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Connolly of Virginia 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1714, after line 6 insert the following:

SEC. 80306. RECIPROCAL VISAS FOR NATIONALS OF SOUTH KOREA.

  (a) In General.--Section 101(a)(15)(E) of the Immigration and 
Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(E)) is amended--
          (1) in clause (ii), by striking ``or'' after 
        ``capital;''; and
          (2) by adding at the end ``or (iv) solely to perform 
        services in a specialty occupation in the United States 
        if the alien is a national of the Republic of Korea and 
        with respect to whom the Secretary of Labor determines 
        and certifies to the Secretary of Homeland Security and 
        the Secretary of State that the intending employer has 
        filed with the Secretary of Labor an attestation under 
        section 212(t)(1);''.
  (b) Numerical Limitation.--Section 214(g) of such Act (8 
U.S.C. 1184(g)) is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(12)(A) The Secretary of State may not approve a number of 
initial applications submitted for aliens described in section 
101(a)(15)(E)(iv) that is more than the applicable numerical 
limitations set out in this paragraph.
  ``(B) The applicable numerical limitation referred to in 
subparagraph (A) is 15,000 for each fiscal year.
  ``(C) The applicable numerical limitation referred to in 
subparagraph (A) shall only apply to principal aliens and not 
the spouses or children of such aliens.''.
  (c) Specialty Occupation Defined.--Section 214(i)(1) of such 
Act (8 U.S.C. 1184(i)(1)) is amended by striking ``section 
101(a)(15)(E)(iii),'' and inserting ``clauses (iii) and (iv) of 
section 101(a)(15)(E),''.
  (d) Attestation.--Section 212(t) of such Act (8 U.S.C. 
1182(t)), as added by section 402(b)(2) of the United States-
Chile Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Public Law 108-
77; 117 Stat. 941), is amended--
          (1) by striking ``or section 101(a)(15)(E)(iii)'' 
        each place it appears and inserting ``or clause (iii) 
        or (iv) of section 101(a)(15)(E)''; and
          (2) in paragraphs (3)(C)(i)(II), (3)(C)(ii)(II), and 
        (3)(C)(iii)(II), by striking ``or 101(a)(15)(E)(iii)'' 
        each place it appears.
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49. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Costa of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30404 the following:

SEC. 30505. REPORT ON THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S INVESTMENTS IN 
                    FOREIGN MINING AND PROCESSING INDUSTRIES.

  (a) In General.--No later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act and annually thereafter for five years, 
the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of 
Commerce and Secretary of Homeland Security, shall submit to 
the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Energy and 
Commerce, and the Committee on Homeland Security of the House 
of Representatives and the Commitee on Foreign Relations, the 
Committee on Finance, and the Committee on Homeland Security 
and Governmental Affairs a report that--
          (1) describes the involvement of the Government of 
        the People's Republic of China (PRC), state sponsored 
        companies, and companies incorporated in the PRC in the 
        exploration, planning, development, operation, 
        production, financing, or ownership of mining or 
        processing facilities in countries identified in the 
        United States Geological Survey's (USGS) Annual Mineral 
        Commodity Summaries for which the United States imports 
        minerals, metals, and materials; and
          (2) evaluates strategic or security concerns and 
        implications for United States national security and 
        economic interests and the interests of the countries 
        identified pursuant to paragraph (1) with respect to 
        the PRC's involvement and influence in developing the 
        country's mining and processing industries.
  (b) Publication.--The report required under subsection (a) 
shall be published on the respective websites of the Department 
of State, the Department of Commerce, and the Department of 
Homeland Security.
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     50. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Courtney of 
         Connecticut or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 853, line 18, strike ``It is'' and insert the following:
  (a) In General.--It is
  Page 857, beginning line 4, insert the following:
  (b) Further Sense.--It is further the sense of Congress 
that--
          (1) it is in the national interest for the United 
        States to become a formal signatory of the United 
        Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), done 
        at Montego Bay, Jamaica, December 10, 1982; and
          (2) the ratification of the UNCLOS remains a top 
        priority of the United States Navy and the United 
        States Coast Guard, the importance of which was most 
        recently underscored by the strategic challenges the 
        United States faces in the Asia-Pacific, the Arctic, 
        and the Black Sea regions.
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51. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Craig of Minnesota or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division J the following:

        TITLE V--SUPPORTING APPRENTICESHIP COLLEGES ACT OF 2021


SEC. 90501. COMMUNITY OUTREACH GRANT PROGRAM.

  (a) In General.--From the amounts appropriated under 
subsection (f), the Secretary of Education shall provide grants 
to eligible entities for the purposes of expanding or 
supporting potential student and employer outreach carried out 
by such entities with respect to the construction and 
manufacturing-oriented registered apprenticeship programs 
offered by such entities.
  (b) Amounts.--The total grant amount made to an eligible 
entity under this section may not exceed $500,000.
  (c) Use of Grants.--An eligible entity that receives a grant 
under this section shall use such grant for the outreach 
described in subsection (a), which shall include the following:
          (1) Outreach to high schools, for the purpose of 
        educating students, parents, guardians, and faculty on 
        the benefits of enrolling in the construction and 
        manufacturing-oriented registered apprenticeship 
        program offered by the eligible entity.
          (2) Outreach to local businesses and other potential 
        employers for the purpose of educating such employers 
        on the benefits of hiring graduates of such program, 
        which shall--
                  (A) primarily target relationship building 
                with potential employers in rural, exurban, and 
                suburban areas; and
                  (B) seek to maximize the number of students 
                who work in such areas after completing such 
                program.
          (3) Outreach to local workforce development boards 
        for the purpose of reaching nontraditional student 
        populations and prioritizing local needs.
  (d) Application Requirements.--An eligible entity seeking a 
grant under this section shall submit an application to the 
Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such 
information as the Secretary may require.
  (e) Priority.--In awarding grants under this section, the 
Secretary shall give priority to eligible entities that 
demonstrate outreach efforts targeted at increasing program 
enrollment for rural, first generation, minority, and 
nontraditional students, or other students from 
underrepresented population.
  (f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated $5,000,000 to carry out this section for each 
of the fiscal years 2022 through 2026.

SEC. 90502. STUDENT SUPPORT GRANT PROGRAM FOR EXPANDED ACADEMIC 
                    ADVISING.

  (a) In General.--From the amounts appropriated under 
subsection (g), the Secretary of Education shall provide grants 
to eligible entities for the activities described in subsection 
(d).
  (b) Amounts.--The total grant amount made to an eligible 
entity under this section may not exceed $500,000.
  (c) Multiple Grants Permitted.--An eligible entity may 
receive a grant under this section and section 90501.
  (d) Use of Grants.--
          (1) In general.--An eligible entity that receives a 
        grant under this section shall use such grant for 
        advising and support services to enrollees of 
        construction and manufacturing-oriented registered 
        apprenticeship programs offered by such entity to 
        increase retention and persistence for students.
          (2) Requirements.--Such advising and support services 
        shall include the following:
                  (A) Expanding academic advising programs that 
                provide services to students, including the 
                following:
                          (i) Career advising and professional 
                        development.
                          (ii) Support for English as a second 
                        language students.
                          (iii) Information and resource 
                        systems.
                          (iv) Mentoring systems.
                          (v) Other such programs.
                  (B) Expanding student support programs that 
                provide services to students, including the 
                following:
                          (i) Health and family-related 
                        services, including substance abuse 
                        disorder and mental health counseling.
                          (ii) Support for first-generation 
                        students.
                          (iii) Childcare support.
                          (iv) Other such programs.
                          (v) In the case of an eligible entity 
                        that is a construction and 
                        manufacturing-oriented registered 
                        apprenticeship program, maintaining its 
                        accreditation by a nationally 
                        recognized accrediting agency or 
                        association recognized by the Secretary 
                        of Education pursuant to part H of 
                        title IV of the Higher Education Act of 
                        1965 (20 U.S.C. 1099a et seq.),
  (e) Application Requirements.--An eligible entity seeking a 
grant under this section shall submit an application to the 
Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such 
information as the Secretary may require.
  (f) Report.--
          (1) In general.--An eligible entity that receives a 
        grant under this section shall submit to the Secretary 
        a report on--
                  (A) the activities supported by the grant;
                  (B) the number of students participating in 
                the activities supported by the grant;
                  (C) any progress made in achieving the goals 
                of the program supported by the grant, in 
                general, and measuring in particular--
                          (i) the effectiveness of the grant in 
                        expanding overall enrollment and 
                        program completion rates; and
                          (ii) the effectiveness of the grant 
                        in expanding enrollment and program 
                        completion rates for underrepresented 
                        populations; and
                  (D) such other information as the Secretary 
                determines to be appropriate.
          (2) Timeline for submission of report.--The report 
        under paragraph (1) shall be submitted to the Secretary 
        not later than 180 days after the date on which the 
        eligible entity concludes the activities supported by 
        the grant under this section.
  (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section $5,000,000 for each 
of the fiscal years 2022 through 2026.

SEC. 90503. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Construction and manufacturing-oriented 
        apprenticeship college.--The term ``construction and 
        manufacturing-oriented apprenticeship college'' means--
                  (A) an institution of higher education that 
                is a sponsor of a construction and 
                manufacturing-oriented registered 
                apprenticeship program; or
                  (B) a construction and manufacturing-oriented 
                registered apprenticeship program.
          (2) Construction and manufacturing-oriented 
        registered apprenticeship program.--The term 
        ``construction and manufacturing-oriented registered 
        apprenticeship program'' means a registered 
        apprenticeship program that--
                  (A) provides coursework and training in 
                preparation for employment in the construction 
                or manufactory industry (such as employment as 
                a painter, drywall finisher, glazier, or 
                glassworker);
                  (B)(i) leads to a recognized postsecondary 
                credential other than a certificate of 
                completion of an apprenticeship; or
                  (ii) awards credits that can be applied 
                toward a recognized postsecondary credential; 
                and
                  (C) is accredited by a nationally recognized 
                accrediting agency or association recognized by 
                the Secretary of Education pursuant to part H 
                of title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 
                (20 U.S.C. 1099a et seq.).
          (3) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' 
        means a construction and manufacturing-oriented 
        apprenticeship college.
          (4) First generation college student.--The term 
        ``first generation college student'' has the meaning 
        given the term in section 402A(h) of the Higher 
        Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1070a-11(h)).
          (5) High school.--The term ``high school'' has the 
        meaning given the term in section 8101 of the 
        Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 7801).
          (6) Institution of higher education.--The term 
        ``institution of higher education'' has the meaning 
        given the term in section 101(a) of the Higher 
        Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001(a)).
          (7) Outreach.--The term ``outreach'' means 
        communications and relationship-building opportunities 
        undertaken by an eligible entity.
          (8) Recognized postsecondary credential.--The term 
        ``recognized postsecondary credential'' has the meaning 
        given the term in section 3 of the Workforce Innovation 
        and Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3102).
          (9) Registered apprenticeship program.--The term 
        ``registered apprenticeship program'' means an 
        apprenticeship program registered under the Act of 
        August 16, 1937 (commonly known as the ``National 
        Apprenticeship Act''; 50 Stat. 664, chapter 663; 29 
        U.S.C. 50 et seq.).
          (10) Second language.--The term ``second language'' 
        means any language other than English, including 
        Braille and American Sign Language.
          (11) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Education.
          (12) Underrepresented population.--The term 
        ``underrepresented population'' means an individual who 
        is from a group whose gender, ethnic background, or 
        national origin is not traditionally represented in 
        registered apprenticeship programs.
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52. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Craig of Minnesota or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 743, after line 16, insert the following (and 
redesignate the succeeding section accordingly):

SEC. 20208. AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEM SUPPLY CHAIN MONITORING AND 
                    ASSESSMENT.

  (a) Activities.--Not later than 270 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Assistant Secretary, in 
consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, shall identify 
and evaluate the stability and reliability of the agriculture 
and food system supply chain, including--
          (1) the state of the agriculture and food system 
        workforce and any supply chain vulnerabilities related 
        to the agriculture and food system workforce;
          (2) transportation bottlenecks in the distribution of 
        agricultural inputs, processed and unprocessed food and 
        food input products, and consumer-ready food products; 
        and
          (3) opportunities to create training and education 
        programs focused on high-quality jobs in the 
        agriculture and food system that--
                  (A) increase the stability of the agriculture 
                and food system; and
                  (B) alleviate supply chain bottlenecks in the 
                distribution of agricultural inputs, processed 
                and unprocessed food and food input products, 
                and consumer-ready food products.
  (b) Report to Congress.--In carrying out subsection (a), the 
Assistant Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Energy and 
Commerce and the Committee on Agriculture of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
Transportation and the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and 
Forestry of the Senate a report that contains the following:
          (1) An identification of the strengths, weaknesses, 
        critical bottlenecks, workforce challenges and 
        opportunities, and overall stability and reliability of 
        the agriculture and food system supply chain.
          (2) An assessment of Federal, State, and local laws 
        and regulations that--
                  (A) increase the stability and reliability of 
                the agriculture and food system supply chain; 
                or
                  (B) decrease or otherwise negatively impact, 
                both in the present moment and in the future, 
                the stability and reliability of the 
                agriculture and food system supply chain.
          (3) Specific recommendations to improve the security, 
        safety, and resilience of the agriculture and food 
        system supply chain. The recommendations shall 
        contain--
                  (A) long-term strategies;
                  (B) industry best practices;
                  (C) risk mitigation actions to prevent future 
                bottlenecks and vulnerabilities at all levels 
                of the agriculture and food system supply 
                chain; and
                  (D) legislative and regulatory actions that 
                would positively impact the security and 
                resilience of the agriculture and food system 
                supply chain.
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 53. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Crenshaw of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30219G the following:

SEC. 30219H. REPORT GENERATION AND SHARING ON LONG TERM COST OF BELT 
                    AND ROAD INITIATIVE TO THIRD COUNTIRES.

  The Secretary of State shall coordinate with the Secretary of 
Treasury and the heads of other Federal agencies as relevant a 
report for each country participating or considering 
participating in the People's Republic of China's One Belt, One 
Road Initiative to show the full spectrum of negative costs on 
participant countries. The report shall--
          (1) show the long-term financial costs of such 
        participation;
          (2) describe China's use of One Belt, One Road to 
        enrich Chinese State Owned Enterprises;
          (3) provide examples of China's imposition of 
        political cost on participating countries; and
          (4) contain any additional information determined 
        necessary to dissuade future participation with China's 
        debt trap and coercive infrastructure program.
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 54. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Crenshaw of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30219G the following:

SEC. 30219H. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING THE STATUS OF CHINA.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the People's Republic of China is a fully 
        industrialized nation and no longer a developing 
        nation; and
          (2) any international agreement that provides or 
        accords China a favorable status or treatment as a 
        ``developing nation'' should be updated to reflect the 
        status of China.
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 55. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Crenshaw of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30219G the following:

SEC. 30219H. REPORT ON PROVIDING ACCESS TO UNCENSORED MEDIA IN CHINA.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of State shall provide to Congress a 
classified report on what is needed to provide access to free 
and uncensored media in the Chinese market.
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 56. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Crenshaw of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1330, after line 5, insert the following:
  (e) Annual Briefing.--Not later than 90 days after the date 
of enactment of this Act, and annually thereafter, the 
Department of State, in consultation with the heads of other 
relevant Federal departments and agencies, shall provide a 
briefing to relevant Committees of the House of Representatives 
and the Senate regarding the progress and efforts of the PRC to 
achieve the goals and commitments stated in subsection (a)(3).
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57. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Curtis of Utah or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1248, after line 15, insert the following:
          (_) develop a framework for reprimanding or 
        disqualifying host cities and the countries in which 
        they are located if the governments of such countries 
        are actively committing mass atrocities--
                  (A) during the Olympic and Paralympic bidding 
                process; or
                  (B) between a city's election as a host city 
                and the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic 
                Games that its government is hosting.
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 58. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Davids of Kansas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 820, line 2, insert ``, taking into consideration 
entering into such cooperative agreements or partnerships with 
small and medium manufacturers of such medical supplies'' 
before the semicolon.
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 59. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Davis of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title I of division C, add the following:

SEC. 20110. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE MANUFACTURING FEASIBILITY.

  (a) Study.--Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment 
of this Act, the Secretary of Commerce shall conduct a study 
to--
          (1) identify any product that is in high demand 
        within each critical infrastructure sector that is 
        being imported due to a manufacturing, material, or 
        supply chain constraint in the United States;
          (2) analyze the costs and benefits of manufacturing 
        the product in the United States, including any effects 
        on--
                  (A) jobs, employment rates, and labor 
                conditions in the United States; and
                  (B) the cost of the product;
          (3) identify any product described in paragraph (1) 
        that feasibly may be manufactured in the United States; 
        and
          (4) analyze the feasibility of, and any impediments 
        to, manufacturing any product identified in paragraph 
        (3) in--
                  (A) a rural area;
                  (B) an industrial park; or
                  (C) an industrial park in a rural area.
  (b) Report to the Congress.--Not later than 18 months after 
the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall--
          (1) submit to the Congress a report containing the 
        results of the study required by subsection (a) with 
        recommendations for products described in subsection 
        (a)(1) that feasibly may be manufactured in the United 
        States; and
          (2) make the report available to the public on the 
        website of the Department of Commerce.
  (c) Limitation on Authority.--This section shall not be 
interpreted to provide the Secretary of Commerce with authority 
to compel a person or company to provide information described 
in this section.
  (d) Definition of Critical Infrastructure Sector.--In this 
Act, the term ``critical infrastructure sector'' means each of 
the 16 designated critical infrastructure sectors identified in 
Presidential Policy Directive 21 of February 12, 2013 (Critical 
Infrastructure Security and Resilience).
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60. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative DeLauro of Connecticut 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  On Page 1668, after Line 13, insert the following:

SEC. 71104. PROHIBITION ON SALE OF AMERICAN MINK.

  (a) Prohibition.--No person may possess, acquire, receive, 
transport, offer for sale, sell, or purchase any American mink 
(Neovison vison) raised in captivity for fur production.
  (b) Penalty.--A violation of subsection (a) shall be treated 
as an act prohibited by section 3 of the Lacey Act Amendments 
of 1981 (16 U.S.C. 3372) and is subject to penalty pursuant to 
section 4 of that Act (16 U.S.C. 3373).
  (c) Effective Date.--This section shall take effect on 
December 31, 2022.
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61. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative DelBene of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 748, strike lines 3 and 4, and insert the following:
                  (F) Advanced communications technology 
                (including optical transmission components) and 
                immersive technology.
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62. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative DelBene of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1428, line 21, insert ``or aircraft'' after ``motor 
vehicle''.
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63. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative DelBene of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 76, before line 14, add the following new section:

SEC. 10003. ADDITIONAL GAO REPORTING REQUIREMENT.

  Section 9902(c)(1)(C) of William M. (Mac) Thornberry National 
Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (Public Law 116-
283) is amended--
          (1) in clause (iii), by striking ``; and'' and 
        inserting a semicolon; and
          (2) by inserting after clause (iv) the following new 
        clause:
                          ``(v) how projects are supporting the 
                        semiconductor needs of critical 
                        infrastructure industries in the United 
                        States, including those industries 
                        designated by the Cybersecurity and 
                        Infrastructure Security Agency as 
                        essential infrastructure industries; 
                        and''.
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64. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Delgado of New york or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 575, after line 14, insert the following (and 
redesignate the subsequent clauses accordingly):
                          (iv) to support the modernization and 
                        expansion of United States 
                        manufacturing based on advances in 
                        technology and innovation;
  Page 576, line 24, strike ``or innovation sectors'' and 
insert ``, innovation, or manufacturing sectors''.
  Page 587, line 2, strike ``and testing,'' and insert 
``testing, and scale-up for manufacturing''.
  Page 596, line 11, strike ``and innovation sector'' and 
insert ``, innovation, and advanced manufacturing sectors''.
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65. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Dingell of Michigan or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

                  TITLE XII--CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION


SEC. 71201. FINDINGS.

  Congress makes the following findings:
          (1) The evidence for human-induced climate change is 
        overwhelming and undeniable.
          (2) Atmospheric carbon can be significantly reduced 
        through conservation, by shifting to renewable energy 
        sources such as solar, wind, tidal, and geothermal, and 
        by increasing the efficiency of buildings, including 
        domiciles, and transportation.
          (3) Providing clear information about climate change, 
        in a variety of forms, can remove the fear and the 
        sense of helplessness, and encourage individuals and 
        communities to take action.
          (4) Implementation of measures that promote energy 
        efficiency, conservation, and renewable energy will 
        greatly reduce human impact on the environment.
          (5) Informing people of new technologies and programs 
        as they become available will ensure maximum 
        understanding and maximum effect of those measures.
          (6) More than 3,000,000 students graduate from high 
        schools and colleges in the United States each year, 
        armed with attitudes, skills, and knowledge about the 
        climate that inform their actions.
          (7) The effect on the climate, positive or negative, 
        of each of those 3,000,000 students lasts beyond a 
        lifetime.
          (8) Those students need to be prepared to implement 
        changes in professional and personal practices, to 
        support and help develop new technology and policy, and 
        to address the coming social and economic challenges 
        and opportunities arising from a changing climate.
          (9) It has been demonstrated that the people of the 
        United States overwhelmingly support teaching students 
        about the causes, consequences, and potential solutions 
        to climate change in all 50 States and more than 3,000 
        counties across the United States.
          (10) Only 30 percent of middle school and 45 percent 
        of high school science teachers understand the extent 
        of the scientific consensus on climate change.

SEC. 71202. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Administrator.--The term ``Administrator'' means 
        the Administrator of the National Oceanic and 
        Atmospheric Administration.
          (2) Climate change education.--The term ``climate 
        change education'' means nonformal and formal 
        interdisciplinary learning at all age levels about--
                  (A) climate change, climate adaptation and 
                mitigation, climate resilience, and climate 
                justice; and
                  (B) the effects of climate change, climate 
                adaptation and mitigation, climate resilience, 
                and climate justice on the environmental, 
                energy, social, and economic systems of the 
                United States.
          (3) Climate literacy.--The term ``climate literacy'' 
        means competence or knowledge of climate change, its 
        causes and impacts, and the technical, scientific, 
        economic, and social dynamics of promising solutions.
          (4) Climate justice.--The term ``climate justice'' 
        means the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of 
        all people, regardless of race, color, culture, 
        national origin, or income, with respect to the 
        development, implementation, and enforcement of 
        policies and projects to ensure that each person enjoys 
        the same degree of protection from the adverse effects 
        of climate change.
          (5) Environmental justice.--The term ``environmental 
        justice'' means the fair treatment and meaningful 
        involvement of all people, regardless of race, color, 
        culture, national origin, or income, with respect to 
        the development, implementation, and enforcement of 
        environmental laws, regulations, and policies to ensure 
        that each person enjoys--
                  (A) the same degree of protection from 
                environmental and health hazards; and
                  (B) equal access to any Federal agency action 
                on environmental justice issues in order to 
                have a healthy environment in which to live, 
                learn, work, and recreate.
          (6) Environmental justice community.--The term 
        ``environmental justice community'' means a community 
        with significant representation of communities of 
        color, low-income communities, or Tribal and indigenous 
        communities that experiences, or is at risk of 
        experiencing, higher or more adverse human health or 
        environmental effects as compared to other communities.
          (7) Green economy.--The term ``green economy'' means 
        an economy that results in improved human and economic 
        well-being and social equity by significantly reducing 
        environmental risks and ecological scarcities.
          (8) Institution of higher education.--The term 
        ``institution of higher education'' has the meaning 
        given the term in section 101 of the Higher Education 
        Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001).
          (9) Local educational agency; state educational 
        agency.--The terms ``local educational agency'' and 
        ``State educational agency'' have the meanings given 
        those terms in section 8101 of the Elementary and 
        Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 7801).
          (10) Nonformal.--The term ``nonformal'' means, with 
        respect to learning, out-of-school educational 
        programming carried out by nonprofit organizations and 
        public agencies.
          (11) Nonprofit organization.--The term ``nonprofit 
        organization'' means an organization described in 
        section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
        and exempt from taxation under 501(a) of that Code.

SEC. 71203. CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION PROGRAM.

  The Administrator shall establish a Climate Change Education 
Program to--
          (1) increase the climate literacy of the United 
        States by broadening the understanding of climate 
        change, including possible long-term and short-term 
        consequences, disproportionate impacts of those 
        consequences, and potential solutions;
          (2) apply the latest scientific and technological 
        discoveries, including through the use of the 
        scientific assets of the Administration, to provide 
        formal and nonformal learning opportunities to 
        individuals of all ages, including individuals of 
        diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds; and
          (3) emphasize actionable information to help people 
        understand and promote implementation of new 
        technologies, programs, and incentives related to 
        climate change, climate adaptation and mitigation, 
        climate resilience, climate justice, and environmental 
        justice.

SEC. 71204. GRANT PROGRAM.

  (a) In General.--As part of the Climate Change Education 
Program established under section 71203, the Administrator 
shall establish a program to make grants to the following:
          (1) State educational agencies, in partnership with 
        local educational agencies and local nonprofit 
        organizations, for the implementation of aspects of 
        State climate literacy plans for grades 4 through 12 
        formal and informal climate change education that--
                  (A) are aligned with State education 
                standards;
                  (B) ensure that students graduate from high 
                school with climate literacy; and
                  (C) include at least 1 of the following:
                          (i) Relevant teacher training and 
                        professional development.
                          (ii) Creation of applied learning 
                        project-based models, such as models 
                        making optimum use of green features 
                        improvements to school facilities, such 
                        as energy systems, lighting systems, 
                        water management, waste management, and 
                        school grounds improvements.
                          (iii) Incorporation of climate change 
                        mitigation and green technologies into 
                        new and existing career and technical 
                        education career tracks and work-based 
                        learning experiences, including 
                        development of partnerships with labor 
                        organizations, trade organizations, and 
                        apprenticeship programs.
          (2) Institutions of higher education and networks or 
        partnerships of such institutions to engage teams of 
        faculty and students to develop applied climate 
        research and deliver to local communities direct 
        services related to local climate mitigation and 
        adaptation issues, with priority given to projects 
        that--
                  (A) foster long-term campus-community 
                partnerships;
                  (B) show potential to scale work beyond the 
                grant term;
                  (C) are inclusive for all segments of the 
                population; and
                  (D) promote equitable and just outcomes.
          (3) Professional associations and academic 
        disciplinary societies for projects that build capacity 
        at the State and national levels for continuing 
        education by practicing professionals and the general 
        public in green economy fields.
          (4) Youth corps organizations to engage in community-
        based climate mitigation and adaptation work that 
        includes a substantive educational component.
  (b) Consultation.--The Administrator shall annually consult 
with other relevant agencies of the Federal Government to 
determine ways in which grant making under subsection (a) can 
enhance and support other national climate education and 
training and environmental justice goals.
  (c) Environmental Justice Communities.--The Administrator 
shall ensure that 40 percent of all funds appropriated for 
grants under paragraphs (2) and (4) of subsection (a) are 
directed into environmental justice communities.
  (d) Communities of Practice.--The Administrator shall 
establish communities of practice with respect to each of 
paragraphs (1) through (4) of subsection (a) in order to 
accelerate learning.

SEC. 71205. REPORT.

  Not later than 2 years after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, and annually thereafter, the Administrator shall 
submit to Congress a report that evaluates the scientific 
merits, educational effectiveness, and broader effects of 
activities carried out under this title.

SEC. 71206. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

  (a) In General.--There is authorized to be appropriated to 
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to carry 
out this title $50,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2022 
through 2027.
  (b) Allocation of Amounts for Grant Program.--
          (1) In general.--Amounts appropriated to carry out 
        the grant program required by section 71204(a) shall be 
        allocated as follows:
                  (A) Not less than 40 percent and not more 
                than 60 percent for grants made under paragraph 
                (1) of such section.
                  (B) Not less than 20 percent and not more 
                than 40 percent for grants made under paragraph 
                (2) of such section.
                  (C) Not less than 5 percent and not more than 
                20 percent for grants made under paragraph (3) 
                of such section.
                  (D) Not less than 5 percent and not more than 
                20 percent for grants made under paragraph (4) 
                of such section.
                  (E) Such amount as the Administrator 
                determines appropriate for the administration 
                of this title.
          (2) Exception.--If amounts appropriated to carry out 
        the grant program required by section 71204(a) do not 
        exceed $10,000,000 in any fiscal year, the National 
        Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration may prioritize 
        grants made under subparagraphs (A) and (B) of 
        paragraph (1) of section 71204(a).
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66. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Doyle of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 623, after line 2, insert the following:

SEC. 10644. SUPPORT FOR COMMERCIAL DEPLOYMENT.

  Section 454 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 
2007 (42 U.S.C. 17113) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (b)(1), by inserting ``commercial 
        deployment,'' after ``demonstration,'';
          (2) in subsection (d)--
                  (A) in the heading, by inserting ``and 
                commercial deployment'' after 
                ``demonstration''; and
                  (B) in paragraph (3)--
                          (i) in the heading, by inserting 
                        ``and commercial deployment'' after 
                        ``demonstration''; and
                          (ii) by inserting ``and commercial 
                        deployment'' after ``demonstration''; 
                        and
          (3) in subsection (e)--
                  (A) by striking ``There are authorized'' and 
                inserting ``(1) Demonstration and commercial 
                deployment projects.--There are authorized'';
                  (B) by redesignating paragraphs (1) through 
                (5) as subparagraphs (A) through (E), 
                respectively; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(2) Grants.--There are authorized to be 
        appropriated to the Secretary to carry out activities 
        under subsection (d)(1) $1,000,000,000 for each of 
        fiscal years 2022 through 2026 to fund the commercial 
        deployment of technologies to achieve emissions 
        reduction at high emitting non-power industrial 
        facilities.''.
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 67. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1359, after line 17, add the following:
                  (Q) include environmental defenders to 
                mitigate the impacts of climate change and work 
                with allies and partners to ensure a level 
                playing field exists when it comes to climate 
                action.
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 68. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division F the following:

SEC. 50105. METRICS AND REPORTS ON TECHNOLOGIES RELATING TO IRREGULAR 
                    MIGRATION ALONG THE SOUTHERN BORDER.

  (a) Metrics.--Not later than one year after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Commissioner of U.S. Customs and 
Border Protection (CBP) shall develop metrics to measure how 
procured technologies have helped deter or address irregular 
migration along the southern border, including ways in which 
technologies have altered migration routes and patterns.
  (b) Reports.--
          (1) Initial report.--Not later than 180 days after 
        the date of the enactment of this Act, the Commissioner 
        shall submit to the Committee on Homeland Security of 
        the House of Representatives and the Committee on 
        Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs a report on 
        progress made toward developing the metrics required 
        under subsection (a).
          (2) Final report.--Not later than 180 days after 
        completion of the development of such metrics, the 
        Commissioner shall submit to the Committee on Homeland 
        Security of the House of Representatives and the 
        Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs 
        a report on the findings of CBP relating to the 
        effectiveness of implemented technologies on deterring 
        or addressing irregular migration along the southern 
        border.
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 69. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division F the following:

SEC. 50105. REPORT ON CURRENT STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING 
                    PORTS OF ENTRY UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE DEPARTMENT 
                    OF HOMELAND SECURITY.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security, in coordination 
with the Secretary of Commerce, shall submit to the Committee 
on Homeland Security of the House of Representatives and the 
Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs a 
report that contains an assessment of the current standards and 
guidelines for managing ports of entry under the control of the 
Department of Homeland Security. Such assessment shall include 
information relating to the following:
          (1) Staffing levels and need for additional staffing.
          (2) Rules governing the actions of Office of Field 
        Operations officers.
          (3) Average delays for transit through air, land, and 
        sea ports of entry.
          (4) Assessment of existing efforts and technologies 
        used for border security, and the effect of the use of 
        such efforts and technologies on facilitating trade at 
        ports of entry and their impact on civil rights, 
        private property rights, privacy rights, and civil 
        liberties.
          (5) Economic impact of the policies and practices of 
        CBP Agricultural Specialists and Office of Field 
        Operations personnel.
          (6) Physical infrastructure and technological needs 
        at ports of entry.
          (7) Data reflecting the specific needs of 
        geographically separate ports of entry within the same 
        U.S. Border Patrol sector.
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 70. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1425, after line 16, add the following:
  (h) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the President shall submit to Congress a 
report, with respect to activities under this section, on the 
implementation of measurable and sustainable development 
practices and an assessment of resources related to achieving 
carbon dioxide emission reduction targets for 2025 and 2030.
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 71. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1037, after line 6, insert the following:

SEC. __. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) United States engagement with the leaders of the 
        Western Hemisphere is critical to addressing the 
        region's shared challenges and opportunities;
          (2) Congress encourages cooperation and further 
        engagement specifically in policy areas on migration, 
        climate, and economic development, underscoring the 
        China-Community of Latin American and Caribbean States 
        Forum Joint Action Plan (2022-2024) and other 
        initiatives that signal China's growing influence and 
        cooperation in the region; and
          (3) Congress encourages the development of an annual 
        summit that convenes leaders of the Western Hemisphere 
        on issues relating to root causes of migration, 
        including the climate crisis, poverty, security, and 
        other contributing factors to instability.
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 72. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1082, after line 10, insert the following:

SEC. __. REPORT AND BRIEFING ON CHINA'S ELECTION INTERFERENCE.

  The Director of National Intelligence, in coordination with 
the heads of other appropriate Federal departments and 
agencies, shall submit to Congress a report on the existence of 
any security risks and threats posed by China to upcoming 
United States elections for Federal office.
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 73. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 795, after line 9, insert the following:
  (m) Set Aside.--Not less than $20,000,000 of the amount made 
available to carry out this section each fiscal year shall be 
used to award grants or direct loans under the program to 
eligible entities that are small businesses located in 
economically disadvantaged communities.
  Page 795, line 10, strike ``(m)'' and insert ``(n)''.
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 74. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Escobar of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end the following:

    DIVISION M--PROHIBITING USE OF FUNDS FOR PUBLICITY OR PROPAGANDA


SEC. 120001. PROHIBITING USE OF FUNDS FOR PUBLICITY OR PROPAGANDA.

  No part of any funds authorized to be appropriated or 
otherwise made available under this Act shall be used for 
publicity or propaganda purposes not authorized by the 
Congress.
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75. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Eshoo of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 69, line 11, strike ``; and'' and insert a semicolon.
  Page 69, after line 11, insert the following (and redesignate 
the succeeding paragraph accordingly):
          (4) in subsection (c)(1)(B)--
                  (A) in clause (i), by striking ``; and'' and 
                inserting a semicolon; and
                  (B) by adding at the end the following:
                          ``(iii) the Federal Government could 
                        take specific actions to address 
                        shortages in the semiconductor supply 
                        chain, including--
                                  ``(I) demand-side incentives, 
                                including incentives related to 
                                the information and 
                                communications technology 
                                supply chain; and
                                  ``(II) additional incentives, 
                                at national and global scales, 
                                to accelerate utilization of 
                                leading-edge semiconductor 
                                nodes to address shortages in 
                                mature semiconductor nodes; 
                                and''; and
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76. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Eshoo of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division F the following new section:

SEC. 50105. IMPROVING CYBERSECURITY OF SMALL ENTITIES.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Administrator.--The term ``Administrator'' means 
        the Administrator of the Small Business Administration.
          (2) Annual cybersecurity report; small business; 
        small entity; small governmental jurisdiction; small 
        organization.--The terms ``annual cybersecurity 
        report'', ``small business'', ``small entity'', ``small 
        governmental jurisdiction'', and ``small organization'' 
        have the meanings given those terms in section 2220D of 
        the Homeland Security Act of 2002, as added by 
        subsection (b).
          (3) CISA.--The term ``CISA'' means the Cybersecurity 
        and Infrastructure Security Agency.
          (4) Commission.--The term ``Commission'' means the 
        Federal Trade Commission.
          (5) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Commerce.
  (b) Annual Report.--
          (1) Amendment.--Subtitle A of title XXII of the 
        Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 651 et seq.) is 
        amended by adding at the end the following:

``SEC. 2220D. ANNUAL CYBERSECURITY REPORT FOR SMALL ENTITIES.

  ``(a) Definitions.--
          ``(1) Administration.--The term `Administration' 
        means the Small Business Administration.
          ``(2) Administrator.--The term `Administrator' means 
        the Administrator of the Administration.
          ``(3) Annual cybersecurity report.--The term `annual 
        cybersecurity report' means the annual cybersecurity 
        report published and promoted under subsections (b) and 
        (c), respectively.
          ``(4) Commission.--The term `Commission' means the 
        Federal Trade Commission.
          ``(5) Electronic device.--The term `electronic 
        device' means any electronic equipment that is--
                  ``(A) used by an employee or contractor of a 
                small entity for the purpose of performing work 
                for the small entity;
                  ``(B) capable of connecting to the internet 
                or another communication network; and
                  ``(C) capable of sending, receiving, or 
                processing personal information.
          ``(6) NIST.--The term `NIST' means the National 
        Institute of Standards and Technology.
          ``(7) Small business.--The term `small business' has 
        the meaning given the term `small business concern' 
        under section 3 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 
        632).
          ``(8) Small entity.--The term `small entity' means--
                  ``(A) a small business;
                  ``(B) a small governmental jurisdiction; and
                  ``(C) a small organization.
          ``(9) Small governmental jurisdiction.--The term 
        `small governmental jurisdiction' means governments of 
        cities, counties, towns, townships, villages, school 
        districts, or special districts with a population of 
        less than 50,000.
          ``(10) Small organization.--The term `small 
        organization' means any not-for-profit enterprise that 
        is independently owned and operated and is not dominant 
        in its field.
  ``(b) Annual Cybersecurity Report.--
          ``(1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of enactment of this section, and not less 
        frequently than annually thereafter, the Director shall 
        publish a report for small entities that documents and 
        promotes evidence-based cybersecurity policies and 
        controls for use by small entities, which shall--
                  ``(A) include basic controls that have the 
                most impact in protecting small entities 
                against common cybersecurity threats and risks;
                  ``(B) include protocols and policies to 
                address common cybersecurity threats and risks 
                posed by electronic devices, regardless of 
                whether the electronic devices are--
                          ``(i) issued by the small entity to 
                        employees and contractors of the small 
                        entity; or
                          ``(ii) personal to the employees and 
                        contractors of the small entity; and
                  ``(C) recommend, as practicable--
                          ``(i) measures to improve the 
                        cybersecurity of small entities; and
                          ``(ii) configurations and settings 
                        for some of the most commonly used 
                        software that can improve the 
                        cybersecurity of small entities.
          ``(2) Existing recommendations.--The Director shall 
        ensure that each annual cybersecurity report published 
        under paragraph (1) incorporates--
                  ``(A) cybersecurity resources developed by 
                NIST, as required by the NIST Small Business 
                Cybersecurity Act (Public Law 115-236); and
                  ``(B) the most recent version of the 
                Cybersecurity Framework, or successor resource, 
                maintained by NIST.
          ``(3) Consideration for specific types of small 
        entities.--The Director may include and prioritize the 
        development of cybersecurity recommendations, as 
        required under paragraph (1), appropriate for specific 
        types of small entities in addition to recommendations 
        applicable for all small entities.
          ``(4) Consultation.--In publishing the annual 
        cybersecurity report under paragraph (1), the Director 
        shall, to the degree practicable and as appropriate, 
        consult with--
                  ``(A) the Administrator, the Secretary of 
                Commerce, the Commission, and the Director of 
                NIST;
                  ``(B) small entities, insurers, State 
                governments, companies that work with small 
                entities, and academic and Federal and non-
                Federal experts in cybersecurity; and
                  ``(C) any other entity as determined 
                appropriate by the Director.
  ``(c) Promotion of Annual Cybersecurity Report for Small 
Businesses.--
          ``(1) Publication.--The annual cybersecurity report, 
        and previous versions of the report as appropriate, 
        published under subsection (b)(1) shall be--
                  ``(A) made available, prominently and free of 
                charge, on the public website of the Agency; 
                and
                  ``(B) linked to from relevant portions of the 
                websites of the Administration and the Minority 
                Business Development Agency, as determined by 
                the Administrator and the Director of the 
                Minority Business Development Agency, 
                respectively.
          ``(2) Promotion generally.--The Director, the 
        Administrator, and the Secretary of Commerce shall, to 
        the degree practicable, promote the annual 
        cybersecurity report through relevant resources that 
        are intended for or known to be regularly used by small 
        entities, including agency documents, websites, and 
        events.
  ``(d) Training and Technical Assistance.--The Director, the 
Administrator, and the Director of the Minority Business 
Development Agency shall make available to employees of small 
entities voluntary training and technical assistance on how to 
implement the recommendations of the annual cybersecurity 
report.''.
          (2) Technical and conforming amendment.--The table of 
        contents in section 1(b) of the Homeland Security Act 
        of 2002 (Public 107-296; 116 Stat. 2135) is amended by 
        inserting after the item relating to section 2220C the 
        following:

``Sec. 2220D. Annual cybersecurity report for small entities.''.

  (c) Report to Congress.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the date 
        of enactment of this Act, and annually thereafter for 
        10 years, the Secretary shall submit to Congress a 
        report describing methods to improve the cybersecurity 
        of small entities, including through the adoption of 
        policies, controls, and classes of products and 
        services that have been demonstrated to reduce 
        cybersecurity risk.
          (2) Matters to be included.--The report required 
        under paragraph (1) shall--
                  (A) identify barriers or challenges for small 
                entities in purchasing or acquiring classes of 
                products and services that promote the 
                cybersecurity of small entities;
                  (B) assess market availability, market 
                pricing, and affordability of classes of 
                products and services that promote the 
                cybersecurity of small entities, with 
                particular attention to identifying high-risk 
                and underserved sectors or regions;
                  (C) estimate the costs and benefits of 
                policies that promote the cybersecurity of 
                small entities, including--
                          (i) tax breaks;
                          (ii) grants and subsidies; and
                          (iii) other incentives as determined 
                        appropriate by the Secretary;
                  (D) describe evidence-based cybersecurity 
                controls and policies that improve the 
                cybersecurity of small entities;
                  (E) with respect to the incentives described 
                in subparagraph (C), recommend measures that 
                can effectively improve cybersecurity at scale 
                for small entities; and
                  (F) include any other matters as the 
                Secretary determines relevant.
          (3) Specific sectors of small entities.--In preparing 
        the report required under paragraph (1), the Secretary 
        may include matters applicable for specific sectors of 
        small entities in addition to matters applicable to all 
        small entities.
          (4) Consultation.--In preparing the report required 
        under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall consult with--
                  (A) the Administrator, the Director of CISA, 
                and the Commission; and
                  (B) small entities, insurers of risks related 
                to cybersecurity, State governments, 
                cybersecurity and information technology 
                companies that work with small entities, and 
                academic and Federal and non-Federal experts in 
                cybersecurity.
  (d) Rule of Construction.--Nothing in this section or the 
amendments made by this section shall be construed to provide 
any additional regulatory authority to CISA.
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77. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Eshoo of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 46, insert before line 1 the following:

SEC. 3. PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PEOPLE OF ASIAN DESCENT.

  The President shall ensure that the provisions of this Act 
which are aimed at countering the influence of the Chinese 
Communist Party are implemented in a manner that does not 
result in discrimination against people of Asian descent on the 
basis of race, color, ethnicity, or nationality.
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78. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Fallon of Texas or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30128 the following:

SEC. 30129. AUTHORIZATION TO HIRE ADDITIONAL STAFF FOR THE OFFICE OF 
                    FOREIGN ASSET CONTROL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 
                    TREASURY.

  The Secretary of the Treasury, acting through the Director of 
the Office of Foreign Assets Control, is authorized to hire an 
additional 10 full-time employees to carry out activities of 
the Office associated with the People's Republic of China.
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 79. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Feenstra of Iowa or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title III of division C, add the following:

SEC. 20303. SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL WORKING GROUP.

  (a) Establishment.--The Secretary of Energy shall establish a 
Sustainable Aviation Fuel Working Group, in this section 
referred to as the ``Working Group''.
  (b) Membership.--In establishing the Working Group, the 
Secretary shall appoint members representing the following:
          (1) The Bioenergy Technologies Office of the 
        Department of Energy.
          (2) The Department of Agriculture.
          (3) The commercial aviation alternative fuels 
        initiative.
          (4) The Federal Aviation Administration.
          (5) The national labs.
          (6) At least 4 current or future sustainable aviation 
        fuel producers representing 4 of the currently approved 
        ASTM D7566 sustainable aviation fuel production 
        pathways.
          (7) A biorefinery.
          (8) An engine original equipment manufacturer.
          (9) Agriculture research universities.
          (10) Canada.
          (11) Mexico.
  (c) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
enactment of this section, the Working Group shall submit to 
the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
Transportation of the Senate a report that identifies the 
research and development needs for each partner and cross-
fertilization program across Federal agencies necessary for 
cost-competitive and equivalent safety compared to petroleum-
based jet fuel, while offering improved sustainability and 
energy supply security for aviation.
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    80. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Fitzgerald of 
          Wisconsin or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 866, line 10, strike ``and''.
  Page 866, line 18, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 866, beginning line 19, insert the following:
                  (H) include a description of clearly defined 
                program metrics, goals, targets, and planned 
                outcomes for such strategy, a plan to monitor 
                and evaluate such strategy, and progress made 
                toward achieving such goals, targets, and 
                planned outcomes; and
                  (I) include a description that elaborates how 
                the United States Government will align 
                strategic planning and coordination with key 
                allies and partners to effectively respond to 
                the PRC's Belt and Road Initiative, 
                particularly in the Indo-Pacific.
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    81. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Fitzgerald of 
          Wisconsin or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1689, after line 4, insert the following:

SEC. 80203. MERGERS INVOLVING FOREIGN GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES.

  (a) Accounting for Foreign Government Subsidies.--A person 
required to file a notification required by section 7A of the 
Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. 18a) that received a subsidy from a 
foreign state shall include in such notification a detailed 
accounting of each such subsidy.
  (b) Authority of Antitrust Regulators.--The Federal Trade 
Commission, with the concurrence of the Assistant Attorney 
General in charge of the Antitrust Division of the Department 
of Justice and by rule in accordance with section 553 of title 
5, consistent with purposes of this section shall require that 
the notification required under subsection (a) be in such form 
and contain such documentary material and information relevant 
to a proposed acquisition as is necessary and appropriate to 
enable the Federal Trade Commission and the Assistant Attorney 
General in charge of the Antitrust Division of the Department 
of Justice to determine whether such acquisition may, if 
consummated, violate the antitrust laws.
  (c) Definitions.--For the purposes of this section:
          (1) Foreign state.--The term ``foreign state'' shall 
        have the meaning given it in section 1603(a) of title 
        28, United States Code.
          (2) Subsidy.--The term ``subsidy'' includes a direct 
        subsidy, a grant, a loan (including a below-market 
        loan), a loan guarantee, a tax concession, a 
        preferential governmental procurement policy, or other 
        form of economic support including ownership or control 
        by a foreign state.
  (d) Effective Date.--This section shall take effect on the 
date on which the rule described in subsection (b) takes 
effect.
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    82. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Fortenberry of 
           Nebraska or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

  TITLE XII--ELIMINATE, NEUTRALIZE, AND DISRUPT WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING 
                    REAUTHORIZATION AND IMPROVEMENTS


SEC. 71201. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that--
          (1) the United States Government should continue to 
        work with international partners, including nations, 
        nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector, 
        to identify long-standing and emerging areas of concern 
        in wildlife poaching and trafficking related to global 
        supply and demand; and
          (2) the activities and required reporting of the 
        Presidential Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking, 
        established by Executive Order 13648 (78 Fed. Reg. 
        40621), and modified by sections 201 and 301 of the 
        Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt Wildlife Trafficking 
        Act of 2016 (16 U.S.C. 7621 and 7631) should be 
        reauthorized to minimize the disruption of the work of 
        such Task Force.

SEC. 17202. DEFINITIONS.

  Section 2 of the Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt Wildlife 
Trafficking Act of 2016 (16 U.S.C. 7601) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (3), by inserting ``involving local 
        communities'' after ``approach to conservation'';
          (2) by amending paragraph to read as follows:
          ``(4) Country of concern.--The term `country of 
        concern' means a foreign country specially designated 
        by the Secretary of State pursuant to section 201(b) as 
        a major source of wildlife trafficking products or 
        their derivatives, a major transit point of wildlife 
        trafficking products or their derivatives, or a major 
        consumer of wildlife trafficking products, in which--
                  ``(A) the government has actively engaged in, 
                or knowingly profited from, the trafficking of 
                protected species; or
                  ``(B) the government facilitates such 
                trafficking through conduct that may include a 
                persistent failure to make serious and 
                sustained efforts to prevent and prosecute such 
                trafficking.''; and
          (3) in paragraph (11), by striking ``section 201'' 
        and inserting ``section 301''.

SEC. 17203. FRAMEWORK FOR INTERAGENCY RESPONSE AND REPORTING.

  (a) Reauthorization of Report on Major Wildlife Trafficking 
Countries.--Section 201 of the Eliminate, Neutralize, and 
Disrupt Wildlife Trafficking Act of 2016 (16 U.S.C. 7621) is 
amended--
          (1) in subsection (a), by striking ``annually 
        thereafter'' and inserting ``biennially thereafter by 
        June 1 of each year in which a report is required''; 
        and
          (2) by amending subsection (c) to read as follows:
  ``(c) Designation.--A country may be designated as a country 
of concern under subsection (b) regardless of such country's 
status as a focus country.''.
  (b) Presidential Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking 
Responsibilities.--Section 301(a) of the Eliminate, Neutralize, 
and Disrupt Wildlife Trafficking Act of 2016 (16 U.S.C. 
7631(a)) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (4), by striking ``and'' at the end;
          (2) by redesignating paragraph (5) as paragraph (10); 
        and
          (3) by inserting after paragraph (4) the following:
          ``(5) pursue programs and develop a strategy--
                  ``(A) to expand the role of technology for 
                anti-poaching and anti-trafficking efforts, in 
                partnership with the private sector, foreign 
                governments, academia, and nongovernmental 
                organizations (including technology companies 
                and the transportation and logistics sectors); 
                and
                  ``(B) to enable local governments to develop 
                and use such technologies;
          ``(6) consider programs and initiatives that address 
        the expansion of the illegal wildlife trade to digital 
        platforms, including the use of digital currency and 
        payment platforms for transactions by collaborating 
        with the private sector, academia, and nongovernmental 
        organizations, including social media, e-commerce, and 
        search engine companies, as appropriate;
          ``(7)(A) establish and publish a procedure for 
        removing from the list in the biennial report any 
        country of concern that no longer meets the definition 
        of country of concern under section 2(4);
          ``(B) include details about such procedure in the 
        next report required under section 201;
          ``(8)(A) implement interventions to address the 
        drivers of poaching, trafficking, and demand for 
        illegal wildlife and wildlife products in focus 
        countries and countries of concern;
          ``(B) set benchmarks for measuring the effectiveness 
        of such interventions; and
          ``(C) consider alignment and coordination with 
        indicators developed by the Task Force;
          ``(9) consider additional opportunities to increase 
        coordination between law enforcement and financial 
        institutions to identify trafficking activity; and''.
  (c) Presidential Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking Strategic 
Review.--Section 301 of the Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt 
Wildlife Trafficking Act of 2016 (16 U.S.C. 7631), as amended 
by subsection (b), is further amended--
          (1) in subsection (d)--
                  (A) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by 
                striking ``annually'' and inserting 
                ``biennially'';
                  (B) in paragraph (4), by striking ``and'' at 
                the end;
                  (C) in paragraph (5), by striking the period 
                at the end and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (D) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(6) an analysis of the indicators developed by the 
        Task Force, and recommended by the Government 
        Accountability Office, to track and measure inputs, 
        outputs, law enforcement outcomes, and the market for 
        wildlife products for each focus country listed in the 
        report, including baseline measures, as appropriate, 
        for each indicator in each focus country to determine 
        the effectiveness and appropriateness of such 
        indicators to assess progress and whether additional or 
        separate indicators, or adjustments to indicators, may 
        be necessary for focus countries.''; and
          (2) by striking subsection (e).

SEC. 17204. FUNDING SAFEGUARDS.

  (a) Procedures for Obtaining Credible Information.--Section 
620M(d) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 
2378d(d)) is amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraphs (4), (5), (6), and 
        (7) as paragraphs (5), (6), (7), and (8), respectively; 
        and
          (2) by inserting after paragraph (3) the following:
          ``(4) routinely request and obtain such information 
        from the United States Agency for International 
        Development, the United States Fish and Wildlife 
        Service, and other relevant Federal agencies that 
        partner with international nongovernmental conservation 
        groups;''.
  (b) Required Implementation.--The Secretary of State shall 
implement the procedures established pursuant to section 
620M(d) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended by 
subsection (a), including vetting individuals and units, 
whenever the United States Agency for International 
Development, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, or 
any other relevant Federal agency that partners with 
international nongovernmental conservation groups provides 
assistance to any unit of the security forces of a foreign 
country.

SEC. 17205. ISSUANCE OF SUBPOENAS IN WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING CIVIL PENALTY 
                    ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS.

  (a) Endangered Species Act of 1973.--Section 11(e) of the 
Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1540(e)) is amended 
by adding at the end the following:
          ``(7) Issuance of subpoenas.--
                  ``(A) In general.--For the purposes of any 
                inspection or investigation relating to the 
                import into, or the export from, the United 
                States of any fish or wildlife or plants 
                covered under this Act or relating to the 
                delivery, receipt, carrying, transport, 
                shipment, sale, or offer for sale in interstate 
                or foreign commerce of any such fish or 
                wildlife or plants imported into or exported 
                from the United States, the Secretary, may 
                issue subpoenas for the attendance and 
                testimony of witnesses and the production of 
                any papers, books, or other records relevant to 
                the subject matter under investigation.
                  ``(B) Fees and mileage for witnesses.--A 
                witness summoned under subparagraph (A) shall 
                be paid the same fees and mileage that are paid 
                to witnesses in the courts of the United 
                States.
                  ``(C) Refusal to obey subpoenas.--
                          ``(i) In general.--In the case of a 
                        contumacy or refusal to obey a subpoena 
                        served on any person pursuant to this 
                        paragraph, the district court of the 
                        United States for any judicial district 
                        in which the person is found, resides, 
                        or transacts business, on application 
                        by the United States and after notice 
                        to that person, shall have jurisdiction 
                        to issue an order requiring that person 
                        to appear and give testimony before the 
                        Secretary, to appear and produce 
                        documents before the Secretary, or 
                        both.
                          ``(ii) Failure to obey.--Any failure 
                        to obey an order issued by a court 
                        under clause (i) may be punished by 
                        that court as a contempt of that 
                        court.''.
  (b) Lacey Act Amendments of 1981.--Section 6 of the Lacey Act 
Amendments of 1981 (16 U.S.C. 3375) is amended by adding at the 
end the following:
  ``(e) Issuance of Subpoenas.--
          ``(1) In general.--For the purposes of any inspection 
        or investigation relating to the import into, or the 
        export from, the United States of any fish or wildlife 
        or plants covered under the Lacey Act of 1900 (16 
        U.S.C. 3371 et seq.) or relating to the transport, 
        sale, receipt, acquisition, or purchase in interstate 
        or foreign commerce of any such fish or wildlife or 
        plants imported into or exported from the United 
        States, the Secretary may issue subpoenas for the 
        attendance and testimony of witnesses and the 
        production of any papers, books, or other records 
        relevant to the subject matter under investigation.
          ``(2) Fees and mileage for witnesses.--A witness 
        summoned under paragraph (1) shall be paid the same 
        fees and mileage that are paid to witnesses in the 
        courts of the United States.
          ``(3) Refusal to obey subpoenas.--
                  ``(A) In general.--In the case of a contumacy 
                or refusal to obey a subpoena served on any 
                person pursuant to this subsection, the 
                district court of the United States for any 
                judicial district in which the person is found, 
                resides, or transacts business, on application 
                by the United States and after notice to that 
                person, shall have jurisdiction to issue an 
                order requiring that person to appear and give 
                testimony before the Secretary, to appear and 
                produce documents before the Secretary, or 
                both.
                  ``(B) Failure to obey.--Any failure to obey 
                an order issued by a court under subparagraph 
                (A) may be punished by that court as a contempt 
                of that court.''.
  (c) Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act.--
          (1) Civil penalties.--Subsection (b) of the first 
        section of the Act of June 8, 1940 (16 U.S.C. 668(b)) 
        (commonly known as the ``Bald and Golden Eagle 
        Protection Act''), is amended--
                  (A) by striking ``(b) Whoever, within the'' 
                and inserting the following:
  ``(b) Civil Penalties.--
          ``(1) In general.--Whoever, within the''; and
                  (B) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(2) Hearings; issuance of subpoenas.--
                  ``(A) Hearings.--Hearings held during 
                proceedings for the assessment of civil 
                penalties under paragraph (1) shall be 
                conducted in accordance with section 554 of 
                title 5, United States Code.
                  ``(B) Issuance of subpoenas.--
                          ``(i) In general.--For purposes of 
                        any hearing held during proceedings for 
                        the assessment of civil penalties under 
                        paragraph (1), the Secretary may issue 
                        subpoenas for the attendance and 
                        testimony of witnesses and the 
                        production of relevant papers, books, 
                        and documents, and may administer 
                        oaths.
                          ``(ii) Fees and mileage for 
                        witnesses.--A witness summoned pursuant 
                        to clause (i) shall be paid the same 
                        fees and mileage that are paid to 
                        witnesses in the courts of the United 
                        States.
                          ``(iii) Refusal to obey subpoenas.--
                                  ``(I) In general.--In the 
                                case of a contumacy or refusal 
                                to obey a subpoena served on 
                                any person pursuant to this 
                                subparagraph, the district 
                                court of the United States for 
                                any judicial district in which 
                                the person is found, resides, 
                                or transacts business, on 
                                application by the United 
                                States and after notice to that 
                                person, shall have jurisdiction 
                                to issue an order requiring 
                                that person to appear and give 
                                testimony before the Secretary, 
                                to appear and produce documents 
                                before the Secretary, or both.
                                  ``(II) Failure to obey.--Any 
                                failure to obey an order issued 
                                by a court under subclause (I) 
                                may be punished by that court 
                                as a contempt of that court.''.
          (2) Investigatory subpoenas.--Section 3 of the Act of 
        June 8, 1940 (16 U.S.C. 668b) (commonly known as the 
        ``Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act''), is amended 
        by adding at the end the following:
  ``(d) Issuance of Subpoenas.--
          ``(1) In general.--For the purposes of any inspection 
        or investigation relating to the import into or the 
        export from the United States of any bald or golden 
        eagles covered under this Act, or any parts, nests, or 
        eggs of any such bald or golden eagles, the Secretary 
        may issue subpoenas for the attendance and testimony of 
        witnesses and the production of any papers, books, or 
        other records relevant to the subject matter under 
        investigation.
          ``(2) Fees and mileage for witnesses.--A witness 
        summoned under paragraph (1) shall be paid the same 
        fees and mileage that are paid to witnesses in the 
        courts of the United States.
          ``(3) Refusal to obey subpoenas.--
                  ``(A) In general.--In the case of a contumacy 
                or refusal to obey a subpoena served on any 
                person pursuant to this subsection, the 
                district court of the United States for any 
                judicial district in which the person is found, 
                resides, or transacts business, on application 
                by the United States and after notice to that 
                person, shall have jurisdiction to issue an 
                order requiring that person to appear and give 
                testimony before the Secretary, to appear and 
                produce documents before the Secretary, or 
                both.
                  ``(B) Failure to obey.--Any failure to obey 
                an order issued by a court under subparagraph 
                (A) may be punished by that court as a contempt 
                of that court.''.
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83. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Foster of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 641, after line 22, insert the following:

    Subtitle G--National Nuclear University Research Infrastructure 
                              Reinvestment


SEC. 10671. SHORT TITLE.

   This subtitle may be cited as the ``National Nuclear 
University Research Infrastructure Reinvestment Act of 2021''.

SEC. 10672. PURPOSES.

  The purposes of this subtitle are--
          (1) to upgrade the nuclear research capabilities of 
        universities in the United States to meet the research 
        requirements of advanced nuclear energy systems;
          (2) to ensure the continued operation of university 
        research reactors;
          (3) to coordinate available resources to enable the 
        establishment, including the start and efficient 
        completion of construction, of new nuclear science and 
        engineering facilities; and
          (4) to support--
                  (A) workforce development critical to 
                maintaining United States leadership in nuclear 
                science and engineering and related 
                disciplines; and
                  (B) the establishment or enhancement of 
                nuclear science and engineering capabilities 
                and other, related capabilities at historically 
                Black colleges and universities, Tribal 
                colleges or universities, minority-serving 
                institutions, EPSCoR universities, junior or 
                community colleges, and associate-degree-
                granting colleges

SEC. 10673. UNIVERSITY INFRASTRUCTURE COLLABORATION.

  Section 954(a) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 
16274(a)) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (2) by amending subparagraph (D) to 
        read as follows:
                  ``(D) promote collaborations, partnerships, 
                and knowledge sharing between institutions of 
                higher education, National Laboratories, other 
                Federal agencies, industry, and associated 
                labor unions; and''.
          (2) by amending paragraph (4) to read as follow:
          ``(4) Strengthening university research and training 
        reactors and associated infrastructure.--
                  ``(A) In general.--In carrying out the 
                program under this subsection, the Secretary 
                may support--
                          ``(i) converting research reactors 
                        from high-enrichment fuels to low-
                        enrichment fuels and upgrading 
                        operational instrumentation;
                          ``(ii) revitalizing and upgrading 
                        existing nuclear science and 
                        engineering infrastructure that support 
                        the development of advanced nuclear 
                        technologies and applications;
                          ``(iii) regional or subregional 
                        university-led consortia to--
                                  ``(I) broaden access to 
                                university research reactors;
                                  ``(II) enhance existing 
                                university-based nuclear 
                                science and engineering 
                                infrastructure; and
                                  ``(III) provide project 
                                management, technical support, 
                                quality engineering and 
                                inspections, manufacturing, and 
                                nuclear material support.";
                          ``(iv) student training programs, in 
                        collaboration with the United States 
                        nuclear industry, in relicensing and 
                        upgrading reactors, including through 
                        the provision of technical assistance; 
                        and
                          ``(v) reactor improvements that 
                        emphasize research, training, and 
                        education, including through the 
                        Innovations in Nuclear Infrastructure 
                        and Education Program or any similar 
                        program.
                  ``(B) Of any amounts appropriated to carry 
                out the program under this subsection, there is 
                authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary 
                to carry out clauses (ii) and (iii) of 
                subparagraph (A) $55,000,000 for each of fiscal 
                years 2022 through 2026.''.

SEC. 10674. ADVANCED NUCLEAR RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE ENHANCEMENT 
                    SUBPROGRAM.

  Section 954(a) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 
16274(a)), as amended by section 3, is further amended--
          (1) by redesignating paragraphs (5) through (8) as 
        paragraphs (6) through (9), respectively;
          (2) by inserting after paragraph (4) the following:
          ``(5) Advanced nuclear research infrastructure 
        enhancement.--
                  ``(A) In general.--The Secretary shall carry 
                out a subprogram to be known as the Advanced 
                Nuclear Research Infrastructure Enhancement 
                Subprogram in order to--
                          ``(i) demonstrate various advanced 
                        nuclear reactor and nuclear 
                        microreactor concepts;
                          ``(ii) establish medical isotope 
                        production reactors or other 
                        specialized applications; and
                          ``(iii) advance other research 
                        infrastructure that, in the 
                        determination of the Secretary, is 
                        consistent with the mission of the 
                        Department.
                  ``(B) New nuclear science and engineering 
                facilities.--In carrying out the subprogram, 
                the Secretary shall establish--
                          ``(i) not more than 4 new research 
                        reactors; and
                          ``(ii) new nuclear science and 
                        engineering facilities, as required to 
                        address research demand and identified 
                        infrastructure gaps.
                  ``(C) Locations.--New research reactors and 
                facilities established under subparagraph (B) 
                shall be established in a manner that--
                          ``(i) supports the regional or 
                        subregional consortia described in 
                        paragraph (4)(C); and
                          ``(ii) encourages the participation 
                        of--
                                  ``(I) historically Black 
                                colleges and universities;
                                  ``(II) Tribal colleges or 
                                universities;
                                  ``(III) minority-serving 
                                institutions;
                                  ``(IV) EPSCoR universities;
                                  ``(V) junior or community 
                                colleges; and
                                  ``(VI) associate-degree-
                                granting colleges.
                  ``(D) Fuel requirements.--New research 
                reactors established under subparagraph (B) 
                shall not use high-enriched uranium, as defined 
                in section 2001 of division Z of the Consoli5 
                dated Appropriations Act of 2021.
                  ``(E) Authorization of appropriations.--Of 
                any amounts appropriated to carry out the 
                program under this section, there are 
                authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary 
                to carry out the subprogram under this 
                paragraph--
                          ``(i) $10,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2022;
                          ``(ii) $45,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2023;
                          ``(iii) $60,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2024;
                          ``(iv) $65,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2025;
                          ``(v) $80,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2026;
                          ``(vi) $140,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2027;
                          ``(vii) $120,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2028; and
                          ``(viii) $80,000,000 for fiscal year 
                        2029.''; and
          (3) by amending paragraph (9), as redesignated by 
        paragraph (1) of this section, to read as follows:
          ``(9) Definitions.--In this subsection:
                  ``(A) Associate-degree-granting college.--The 
                term `associate-degree- granting college' means 
                an institution of higher education (as 
                determined under section 101 of the Higher 
                Education Act of 1965 20 U.S.C. 1001) that--
                          ``(i) is a nonprofit institution that 
                        offers a 2-year associate-degree 
                        program or a 2-year certificate 
                        program; or
                          ``(ii) is a proprietary institution 
                        that offers a 2-year associate degree 
                        program;
                  ``(B) Junior faculty.--The term `junior 
                faculty' means a faculty member who was awarded 
                a doctorate less than 10 years before receipt 
                of an award from the grant program described in 
                paragraph (2)(B);
                  ``(C) Junior or community college.--The term 
                "junior or community college: has the meaning 
                given the term in section 312 of the Higher 
                Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1058);
                  ``(D) Epscor university.--The term `EPSCoR 
                university' means an institution of higher 
                education located in a State eligible to 
                participate in the program defined in section 
                502 of the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act 
                of 2010 (42 U.S.C. 1862p note);
                  ``(E) Historically black college or 
                university.--The term `historically Black 
                college or university' has the meaning given 
                the term `part B institution' in section 322 of 
                the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                1061);
                  ``(F) Minority-serving institution.--The term 
                `minority-serving institution' means a 
                Hispanic-serving institution, an Alaska Native-
                serving institution, a Native Hawaiian-serving 
                institutions, a Predominantly Black 
                Institution, an Asian American and Native 
                American Pacific Islander-serving institution, 
                or a Native American-serving nontribal 
                institution as described in section 371 of the 
                Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                1067q(a)); and
                  ``(G) Tribal college or university.--The term 
                `Tribal College or University' has the meaning 
                given such term in section 316 of the Higher 
                Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1059c).''.

SEC. 10675. SCIENCE EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES SCHOLARSHIPS, 
                    FELLOWSHIPS, AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.

  (a) In General.--The purpose of this section is to support a 
diverse workforce for the complex landscape associated with 
effective and equitable development of advanced nuclear energy 
technologies, including interdisciplinary research to enable 
positive impacts and avoid potential negative impacts across 
the lifespan of nuclear energy technologies.
  (b) Nontechnical Nuclear Research.--Section 313 of the 
Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009 (Public Law 111-8; 42 U.S.C. 
16274a) is amended:
          (1) in subsection (b)(2), after ``engineering'', by 
        inserting ``, which may include nontechnical nuclear 
        research.'';
          (2) in subsection (c), by inserting after paragraph 
        (2) the following:
          ``(3) Nontechnical nuclear research.--The term 
        `nontechnical nuclear research' means research with 
        specializations such as social sciences or law that can 
        support an increase in community engagement, 
        participation, and confidence in nuclear energy 
        systems, including the navigation of the licensing 
        required for advanced reactor deployment, aligned with 
        the objectives in section 951(a)(2) of the Energy 
        Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 16271(a)(2)).''; and
          (3) in subsection (d)(1), by striking ``$30,000,000'' 
        and inserting ``$45,000,000''.
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84. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Foster of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 561, after line 3, insert the following:

SEC. 10631A. NATIONAL LABORATORIES RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) National laboratory.--The term ``National 
        Laboratory'' has the meaning given the term in section 
        2 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 15801).
          (2) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Energy.
  (b) Restoration and Modernization Projects.--The Secretary 
shall fund projects described in subsection (c) as needed to 
address the deferred maintenance, critical infrastructure 
needs, and modernization of National Laboratories.
  (c) Projects Described.--The projects referred to in 
subsection (b) are, as determined by the Secretary--
          (1) priority deferred maintenance projects at 
        National Laboratories, including facilities sustainment 
        for, upgrade of, and construction of research 
        laboratories, administrative and support buildings, 
        utilities, roads, power plants, and any other critical 
        infrastructure; and
          (2) lab modernization projects at National 
        Laboratories, including lab modernization projects 
        relating to core infrastructure needed--
                  (A) to support existing and emerging science 
                missions with new and specialized requirements 
                for world-leading scientific user facilities 
                and computing capabilities; and
                  (B) to maintain safe, efficient, reliable, 
                and environmentally responsible operations.
  (d) Submission to Congress.--For each fiscal year through 
fiscal year 2026, at the same time as the annual budget 
submission of the President, the Secretary shall submit to the 
Committees on Appropriations and Energy and Natural Resources 
of the Senate and the Committees on Appropriations and Science, 
Space, and Technology of the House of Representatives a list of 
projects for which the Secretary will provide funding under 
this section, including a description of each project and the 
funding profile for the project.
  (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--
          (1) In general.--There is authorized to be 
        appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this section 
        $6,100,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2022 through 
        2026.
          (2) Office of science.--Not less than \1/3\ of the 
        amounts made available to carry out this section each 
        fiscal year shall be managed by the Office of Science 
        of the Department of Energy.
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85. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Foster of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1711, insert after line 22 the following:
  (c) Dual Intent for F Nonimmigrants in STEM Fields 
Permitted.--Notwithstanding section 214(b) of the Immigration 
and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1184(b)), an alien who is a bona 
fide student admitted to a program of study involving science, 
technology, engineering, or mathematics (as such term is 
defined in section 204(a)(1)(M) of such Act), may obtain a visa 
or be granted status under section 101(a)(15)(F) of such Act 
even if such alien intends to seek lawful permanent resident 
status in the United States.
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86. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Foster of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 189, after line 5, insert the following:

SEC. 10115. NATIONAL VIRTUAL BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY.

  The Office of Science may allocate any funds authorized under 
this title to the National Virtual Biotechnology Laboratory so 
long as such allocation is in conformity with the purpose and 
any other requirements of such authorization.
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87. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Foster of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 210, line 3, after ``systems'' insert ``, including 
identity and attribute validation services provided by Federal, 
State, and local governments''.
  Page 210, line 23, after ``systems'' insert ``, including 
identity and attribute validation services provided by Federal, 
State, and local governments''.
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88. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gallagher of Wisconsin 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division E of title VI, add the following new 
section:

SEC. 40103. AMERICAN SECURITY DRONE ACT.

  (a) Short Title.--This section may be cited as the ``American 
Security Drone Act of 2022''.
  (b) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        ``appropriate congressional committees'' means--
                  (A) the congressional defense committees as 
                defined in section 101(a) of title 10, United 
                States Code;
                  (B) the Committee on Science, Space, and 
                Technology, and the Committee on Transportation 
                and Infrastructure of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (C) the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
                Transportation of the Senate.
          (2) Covered foreign entity.--The term ``covered 
        foreign entity'' means an entity included on a list 
        developed and maintained by the Federal Acquisition 
        Security Council that includes entities in the 
        following categories:
                  (A) An entity included on the Consolidated 
                Screening List.
                  (B) Any entity that is subject to 
                extrajudicial direction from a foreign 
                government, as determined by the Secretary of 
                Homeland Security.
                  (C) Any entity the Secretary of Homeland 
                Security, in coordination with the Director of 
                National Intelligence and the Secretary of 
                Defense, determines poses a national security 
                risk.
                  (D) Any entity domiciled in the People's 
                Republic of China or subject to influence or 
                control by the Government of the People's 
                Republic of China or the Communist Party of the 
                People's Republic of China, as determined by 
                the Secretary of Homeland Security.
                  (E) Any subsidiary or affiliate of an entity 
                described in subparagraphs (A) through (D).
          (3) Executive agency.--The term ``executive agency'' 
        has the meaning given that term in section 133 of title 
        41, United States Code.
          (4) Unmanned aircraft system; uas.--Except as 
        otherwise provided, the terms ``unmanned aircraft 
        system'' and ``UAS'' mean an unmanned aircraft and 
        associated elements (consisting of communication links 
        and the components that control the unmanned aircraft) 
        that are required for the operator to operate safely 
        and efficiently in the national airspace system.
  (c) Prohibition on Procurement of Unmanned Aircraft Systems 
From Covered Foreign Entities.--
          (1) In general.--Except as provided under paragraphs 
        (2) and (3), the head of an executive agency may not 
        procure any unmanned aircraft system that is 
        manufactured, assembled, designed, or patented by a 
        covered foreign entity that are required for the 
        operator to operate safely and efficiently in the 
        national airspace system. The Federal Acquisition 
        Security Council, in coordination with the Secretary of 
        Transportation, shall develop and update a list of 
        associated elements.
          (2) Exemption.--The Secretary of Homeland Security, 
        the Secretary of Defense, and the Attorney General are 
        exempt from the restriction under paragraph (1) if the 
        operation or procurement--
                  (A) is for the sole purposes of research, 
                evaluation, training, testing, or analysis 
                for--
                          (i) electronic warfare;
                          (ii) information warfare operations;
                          (iii) development of UAS or counter-
                        UAS technology;
                          (iv) counterterrorism or 
                        counterintelligence activities; or
                          (v) Federal criminal investigations, 
                        including forensic examinations; and
                  (B) is required in the national interest of 
                the United States.
          (3) Waiver.--The head of an executive agency may 
        waive the prohibition under paragraph (1)--
                  (A) with the approval of the Secretary of 
                Homeland Security or the Secretary of Defense; 
                and
                  (B) upon notification to Congress.
  (d) Prohibition on Operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems 
From Covered Foreign Entities.--
          (1) Prohibition.--
                  (A) In general.--Beginning on the date that 
                is 2 years after the date of the enactment of 
                this Act, an executive agency may not operate 
                an unmanned aircraft system manufactured, 
                assembled, designed, or patented by a covered 
                foreign entity.
                  (B) Applicability to contracted services.--
                The prohibition under subparagraph (A) applies 
                to any unmanned aircraft systems that are being 
                used by any executive agency through the method 
                of contracting for the services of unmanned 
                aircraft systems.
          (2) Exemption.--The Secretary of Homeland Security, 
        the Secretary of Defense, and the Attorney General are 
        exempt from the restriction under paragraph (1) if the 
        operation or procurement--
                  (A) is for the sole purposes of research, 
                evaluation, training, testing, or analysis 
                for--
                          (i) electronic warfare;
                          (ii) information warfare operations;
                          (iii) development of UAS or counter-
                        UAS technology;
                          (iv) counterterrorism or 
                        counterintelligence activities; or
                          (v) Federal criminal investigations, 
                        including forensic examinations; and
                  (B) is required in the national interest of 
                the United States.
          (3) Waiver.--The head of an executive agency may 
        waive the prohibition under paragraph (1) on a case-by-
        case basis--
                  (A) with the approval of the Secretary of 
                Homeland Security or the Secretary of Defense; 
                and
                  (B) upon notification to Congress.
          (4) Regulations and guidance.--Not later than 180 
        days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
        Secretary of Homeland Security shall prescribe 
        regulations or guidance to implement this subsection.
  (e) Prohibition on Use of Federal Funds for Purchases and 
Operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems From Covered Foreign 
Entities.--
          (1) In general.--Beginning on the date that is 2 
        years after the date of the enactment of this Act, 
        except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3), Federal 
        funds awarded through a contract, grant, or cooperative 
        agreement entered into on or after such effective date, 
        or otherwise made available, may not be used--
                  (A) to purchase a unmanned aircraft system, 
                or a system to counter unmanned aircraft 
                systems, that is manufactured, assembled, 
                designed, or patented by a covered foreign 
                entity; or
                  (B) in connection with the operation of such 
                a drone or unmanned aircraft system.
          (2) Exemption.--An executive agency is exempt from 
        the restriction under paragraph (1) if the operation or 
        procurement is for the sole purposes of research, 
        evaluation, training, testing, or analysis, as 
        determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security, the 
        Secretary of Defense, or the Attorney General, for--
                  (A) electronic warfare;
                  (B) information warfare operations;
                  (C) development of UAS or counter-UAS 
                technology;
                  (D) counterterrorism or counterintelligence 
                activities;
                  (E) Federal criminal investigations, 
                including forensic examinations; or
                  (F) the safe integration of UAS in the 
                national airspace (as determined in 
                consultation with the Secretary of 
                Transportation); and
                  (G) is required in the national interest of 
                the United States.
          (3) Waiver.--The head of an executive agency may 
        waive the prohibition under paragraph (1) on a case-by-
        case basis--
                  (A) with the approval of the Secretary of 
                Homeland Security or the Secretary of Defense; 
                and
                  (B) upon notification to Congress.
          (4) Regulations.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Federal 
        Acquisition Regulatory Council shall prescribe 
        regulations or guidance, as necessary, to implement the 
        requirements of this subsection relating to Federal 
        contracts.
  (f) Prohibition on Use of Government-issued Purchase Cards to 
Purchase Unmanned Aircraft Systems From Covered Foreign 
Entities.--Effective immediately, Government-issued Purchase 
Cards may not be used to procure any unmanned aircraft system 
from a covered foreign entity.
  (g) Management of Existing Inventories of Unmanned Aircraft 
Systems From Covered Foreign Entities.--
          (1) In general.--Effective immediately, all executive 
        agencies must account for existing inventories of 
        unmanned aircraft systems manufactured, assembled, 
        designed, or patented by a covered foreign entity in 
        their personal property accounting systems, regardless 
        of the original procurement cost, or the purpose of 
        procurement due to the special monitoring and 
        accounting measures necessary to track the items' 
        capabilities.
          (2) Classified tracking.--Due to the sensitive nature 
        of missions and operations conducted by the United 
        States Government, inventory data related to unmanned 
        aircraft systems manufactured, assembled, designed, or 
        patented by a covered foreign entity may be tracked at 
        a classified level.
          (3) Exceptions.--The Department of Defense and 
        Department of Homeland Security may exclude from the 
        full inventory process, unmanned aircraft systems that 
        are deemed expendable due to mission risk such as 
        recovery issues or that are one-time-use unmanned 
        aircraft system due to requirements and low cost.
  (h) Comptroller General Report.--Not later than 275 days 
after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Comptroller 
General of the United States shall submit to Congress a report 
on the amount of commercial off-the-shelf drones and unmanned 
aircraft systems procured by Federal departments and agencies 
from covered foreign entities.
  (i) Government-wide Policy for Procurement of Unmanned 
Aircraft Systems.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Director of the 
        Office of Management and Budget, in coordination with 
        the Department of Homeland Security, Department of 
        Transportation, the Department of Justice, and other 
        Departments as determined by the Director of the Office 
        of Management and Budget, and in consultation with the 
        National Institute of Standards and Technology, shall 
        establish a government-wide policy for the procurement 
        of UAS--
                  (A) for non-Department of Defense and non-
                intelligence community operations; and
                  (B) through grants and cooperative agreements 
                entered into with non-Federal entities.
          (2) Information security.--The policy developed under 
        paragraph (1) shall include the following 
        specifications, which to the extent practicable, shall 
        be based on industry standards and technical guidance 
        from the National Institute of Standards and 
        Technology, to address the risks associated with 
        processing, storing and transmitting Federal 
        information in a UAS:
                  (A) Protections to ensure controlled access 
                of UAS.
                  (B) Protecting software, firmware, and 
                hardware by ensuring changes to UAS are 
                properly managed, including by ensuring UAS can 
                be updated using a secure, controlled, and 
                configurable mechanism.
                  (C) Cryptographically securing sensitive 
                collected, stored, and transmitted data, 
                including proper handling of privacy data and 
                other controlled unclassified information.
                  (D) Appropriate safeguards necessary to 
                protect sensitive information, including during 
                and after use of UAS.
                  (E) Appropriate data security to ensure that 
                data is not transmitted to or stored in non-
                approved locations.
                  (F) The ability to opt out of the uploading, 
                downloading, or transmitting of data that is 
                not required by law or regulation and an 
                ability to choose with whom and where 
                information is shared when it is required.
          (3) Requirement.--The policy developed under 
        paragraph (1) shall reflect an appropriate risk-based 
        approach to information security related to use of UAS.
          (4) Revision of acquisition regulations.--Not later 
        than 180 days after the date on which the policy 
        required under paragraph (1) is issued--
                  (A) the Federal Acquisition Regulatory 
                Council shall revise the Federal Acquisition 
                Regulation, as necessary, to implement the 
                policy; and
                  (B) any executive agency or other Federal 
                entity not subject to, or not subject solely 
                to, the Federal Acquisition Regulation shall 
                revise applicable policy, guidance, or 
                regulations, as necessary, to implement the 
                policy.
          (5) Exemption.--In developing the policy required 
        under paragraph (1), the Director of the Office of 
        Management and Budget shall incorporate an exemption to 
        the policy for the following reasons:
                  (A) In the case of procurement for the 
                purposes of training, testing or analysis for--
                          (i) electronic warfare; or
                          (ii) information warfare operations.
                  (B) In the case of researching UAS 
                technology, including testing, evaluation, 
                research, or development of technology to 
                counter UAS.
                  (C) In the case of a head of the procuring 
                executive agency determining, in writing, that 
                no product that complies with the information 
                security requirements described in paragraph 
                (2) is capable of fulfilling mission critical 
                performance requirements, and such 
                determination--
                          (i) may not be delegated below the 
                        level of the Deputy Secretary of the 
                        procuring executive agency;
                          (ii) shall specify--
                                  (I) the quantity of end items 
                                to which the waiver applies, 
                                the procurement value of which 
                                may not exceed $50,000 per 
                                waiver; and
                                  (II) the time period over 
                                which the waiver applies, which 
                                shall not exceed 3 years;
                          (iii) shall be reported to the Office 
                        of Management and Budget following 
                        issuance of such a determination; and
                          (iv) not later than 30 days after the 
                        date on which the determination is 
                        made, shall be provided to the 
                        Committee on Homeland Security and 
                        Government Affairs of the Senate and 
                        the Committee on Oversight and Reform 
                        of the House of Representatives.
  (j) Study on the Supply Chain for Unmanned Aircraft Systems 
and Components.--
          (1) 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, 
        in consultation with the Administrator of the National 
        Aeronautics and Space Administration, shall provide to 
        the appropriate congressional committees a report on 
        the supply chain for covered unmanned aircraft systems, 
        including a discussion of current and projected future 
        demand for covered unmanned aircraft systems.
          (2) Elements.--The report under paragraph (1) shall 
        include the following:
                  (A) A description of the current and future 
                global and domestic market for covered unmanned 
                aircraft systems that are not widely 
                commercially available except from a covered 
                foreign entity.
                  (B) A description of the sustainability, 
                availability, cost, and quality of secure 
                sources of covered unmanned aircraft systems 
                domestically and from sources in allied and 
                partner countries.
                  (C) The plan of the Secretary of Defense to 
                address any gaps or deficiencies identified in 
                subparagraph (B), including through the use of 
                funds available under the Defense Production 
                Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. 4501 et seq.) and 
                partnerships with the National Aeronautics and 
                Space Administration and other interested 
                persons.
                  (D) Such other information as the Under 
                Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and 
                Sustainment determines to be appropriate.
          (3) Covered unmanned aircraft system defined.--In 
        this subsection, the term ``covered unmanned aircraft 
        system'' means an unmanned aircraft system (as defined 
        in subsection (b)) and any components of such a system.
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     89. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Garamendi of 
          California or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end the following:

                   DIVISION M--OCEAN SHIPPING REFORM


SEC. 120001. PURPOSES.

  Section 40101 of title 46, United States Code, is amended by 
striking paragraphs (2) through (4) and inserting the 
following:
          ``(2) ensure an efficient and competitive 
        transportation system for the common carriage of goods 
        by water in the foreign commerce of the United States 
        that is, as far as possible, in harmony with fair and 
        equitable international shipping practices;
          ``(3) encourage the development of a competitive and 
        efficient liner fleet of vessels of the United States 
        capable of meeting national security and commerce needs 
        of the United States;
          ``(4) support the growth and development of United 
        States exports through a competitive and efficient 
        system for the common carriage of goods by water in the 
        foreign commerce of the United States and by placing a 
        greater reliance on the marketplace; and
          ``(5) promote reciprocal trade in the common carriage 
        of goods by water in the foreign commerce of the United 
        States.''.

SEC. 120002. SERVICE CONTRACTS.

  Section 40502 of title 46, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) in subsection (c)--
                  (A) in paragraph (7) by striking ``; and'' 
                and inserting a semicolon;
                  (B) in paragraph (8) by striking the period 
                and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(9) any other essential terms or minimum contract 
        requirements that the Federal Maritime Commission 
        determines necessary or appropriate.''; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
  ``(g) Service Contract Requirement.--With respect to service 
contracts entered into under this section, a common carrier 
shall establish, observe, and enforce just and reasonable 
regulations and practices relating to essential terms and 
minimum contract requirements the Commission determines are 
necessary or appropriate under subsection (c)(9).''.

SEC. 120003. SHIPPING EXCHANGE REGISTRY.

  (a) In General.--Chapter 405 of title 46, United States Code, 
is amended by adding at the end the following:

``Sec. 40504. Shipping exchange registry

  ``(a) In General.--No person may operate a shipping exchange 
involving ocean transportation in the foreign commerce of the 
United States unless the shipping exchange is registered as a 
national shipping exchange under the terms and conditions 
provided in this section and the regulations issued pursuant to 
this section.
  ``(b) Registration.--A person shall register a shipping 
exchange by filing with the Federal Maritime Commission an 
application for registration in such form as the Commission, by 
rule, may prescribe containing the rules of the exchange and 
such other information and documents as the Commission, by 
rule, may prescribe as necessary or appropriate in the public 
interest.
  ``(c) Exemption.--The Commission may exempt, conditionally or 
unconditionally, a shipping exchange from registration and 
licensing under this section if the Commission finds that the 
shipping exchange is subject to comparable, comprehensive 
supervision and regulation by the appropriate governmental 
authorities in the home country of the shipping exchange.
  ``(d) Regulations.--In issuing regulations pursuant to 
subsection (a), the Commission shall set standards necessary to 
carry out subtitle IV for registered national shipping 
exchanges, including the minimum requirements for service 
contracts established under section 40502, and issue licenses 
for registered national shipping exchanges.
  ``(e) Definition.--In this subsection, the term `shipping 
exchange' means a platform, digital, over-the-counter or 
otherwise, which connects shippers with common carriers (both 
vessel-operating and non-vessel-operating) for the purpose of 
entering into underlying agreements or contracts for the 
transport of cargo, by vessel or other modes of 
transportation.''.
  (b) Applicability.--The registration requirement under 
section 40504 of title 46, United States Code (as added by this 
section), shall take effect on the date on which the Federal 
Maritime Commission issues regulations required under 
subsection (d) of such section.
  (c) Clerical Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 405 of 
title 46, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end 
the following:
``40504. Shipping exchange registry.''.

SEC. 120004. DATA COLLECTION.

  (a) In General.--Chapter 411 of title 46, United States Code, 
is amended by adding at the end the following:

``Sec. 41110. Data collection

  ``(a) In General.--Common carriers covered under this chapter 
shall submit to the Federal Maritime Commission a calendar 
quarterly report that describes the total import and export 
tonnage and the total loaded and empty 20-foot equivalent units 
per vessel (making port in the United States, including any 
territory or possession of the United States) operated by such 
common carrier.
  ``(b) Prohibition on Duplication.--Data required to be 
reported under subsection (a) may not duplicate information--
          ``(1) submitted to the Corps of Engineers pursuant to 
        section 11 of the Act entitled `An Act authorizing the 
        construction, repair, and preservation of certain 
        public works on rivers and harbors, and for other 
        purposes', approved September 22, 1922 (33 U.S.C. 555), 
        by an ocean common carrier acting as a vessel operator; 
        or
          ``(2) submitted pursuant to section 481 of the Tariff 
        Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1481) to U.S. Customs and Border 
        Protection by merchandise importers.''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 411 of 
title 46, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end 
the following:
``41110. Data collection.''.

SEC. 120005. NATIONAL SHIPPER ADVISORY COMMITTEE.

  (a) National Shipper Advisory Committee.--Section 42502(c)(3) 
of title 46, United States Code, is amended by inserting ``, 
including customs brokers or freight forwarders'' after ``ocean 
common carriers'' each place such term occurs.
  (b) Analysis.--The analysis for chapter 425 of title 46, 
United States Code, is amended by inserting before the item 
relating to section 42501 the following:
``Sec.''.

SEC. 120006. ANNUAL REPORT AND PUBLIC DISCLOSURES.

  (a)  Report on Foreign Laws and Practices.--Section 46106(b) 
of title 46, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (5) by striking ``and'' at the end;
          (2) in paragraph (6)--
                  (A) by striking ``under this part'' and 
                inserting ``under chapter 403''; and
                  (B) by striking the period and inserting a 
                semicolon; and
          (3) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(7) an identification of any anticompetitive or 
        nonreciprocal trade practices by ocean common carriers;
          ``(8) an analysis of any trade imbalance resulting 
        from the business practices of ocean common carriers, 
        including an analysis of the data collected under 
        section 41110; and
          ``(9) an identification of any otherwise concerning 
        practices by ocean common carriers, particularly such 
        carriers that are--
                  ``(A) State-owned or State-controlled 
                enterprises; or
                  ``(B) owned or controlled by, is a subsidiary 
                of, or is otherwise related legally or 
                financially (other than a minority relationship 
                or investment) to a corporation based in a 
                country--
                          ``(i) identified as a nonmarket 
                        economy country (as defined in section 
                        771(18) of the Tariff Act of ( U.S.C. 
                        1677(18))) as of the date of enactment 
                        of this paragraph;
                          ``(ii) identified by the United 
                        States Trade Representative in the most 
                        recent report required by section 182 
                        of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 
                        2242) as a priority foreign country 
                        under subsection (a)(2) of that 
                        section; or
                          ``(iii) subject to monitoring by the 
                        Trade Representative under section 306 
                        of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 
                        2416).''.
  (b) Public Disclosure.--
          (1) In general.--Section 46106 of title 46, United 
        States Code, is amended by adding at the end the 
        following:
  ``(d) Public Disclosures.--The Federal Maritime Commission 
shall publish, and annually update, on the website of the 
Commission--
          ``(1) all findings by the Commission of false 
        certifications by common carriers or marine terminal 
        operators under section 41104(a)(15) of this title; and
          ``(2) all penalties imposed or assessed against 
        common carriers or marine terminal operators, as 
        applicable, under sections 41107, 41108, and 41109, 
        listed by each common carrier or marine terminal 
        operator.''.
          (2) Conforming and clerical amendments.--
                  (A) Conforming amendment.--The heading for 
                section 46106 of title 46, United States Code, 
                is amended by inserting ``and public 
                disclosure'' after ``report''.
                  (B) Clerical amendment.--The analysis for 
                chapter 461 of title 46, United States Code, is 
                amended by striking the item related to section 
                46106 and inserting the following:
``46106. Annual report and public disclosure.''.

SEC. 120007. GENERAL PROHIBITIONS.

  Section 41102 of title 46, United States Code, is amended by 
adding by adding at the end the following:
  ``(d) Prohibition on Retaliation.--A common carrier, marine 
terminal operator, or ocean transportation intermediary, either 
alone or in conjunction with any other person, directly or 
indirectly, may not retaliate against a shipper, a shipper's 
agent, or a motor carrier by refusing, or threatening to 
refuse, cargo space accommodations when available, or resort to 
other unfair or unjustly discriminatory methods because the 
shipper has patronized another carrier, has filed a complaint, 
or for any other reason.
  ``(e) Certification.--A common carrier or marine terminal 
operator shall not charge any other person demurrage or 
detention charges under a tariff, marine terminal schedule, 
service contract, or any other contractual obligation unless 
accompanied by an accurate certification that such charges 
comply with all rules and regulations concerning demurrage or 
detention issued by the Commission. The certification 
requirement only applies to the entity that establishes the 
charge, and a common carrier or marine terminal operator that 
collects a charge on behalf of another common carrier or marine 
terminal operator is not responsible for providing the 
certification, except that an invoice from a common carrier or 
marine terminal operator collecting a charge on behalf of 
another must include a certification from the party that 
established the charge.''.

SEC. 120008. PROHIBITION ON UNREASONABLY DECLINING CARGO.

  (a) Unreasonably Declining Cargo.--Section 41104 of title 46, 
United States Code, is amended in subsection (a)--
          (1) by striking paragraph (3) and inserting the 
        following:
          ``(3) engage in practices that unreasonably reduce 
        shipper accessibility to equipment necessary for the 
        loading or unloading of cargo;'';
          (2) in paragraph (12) by striking ``; or'' and 
        inserting a semicolon;
          (3) in paragraph (13) by striking the period and 
        inserting a semicolon; and
          (4) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(14) fail to furnish or cause a contractor to fail 
        to furnish containers or other facilities and 
        instrumentalities needed to perform transportation 
        services, including allocation of vessel space 
        accommodations, in consideration of reasonably 
        foreseeable import and export demands; or
          ``(15) unreasonably decline export cargo bookings if 
        such cargo can be loaded safely and timely, as 
        determined by the Commandant of the Coast Guard, and 
        carried on a vessel scheduled for the immediate 
        destination of such cargo.''.
  (b) Rulemaking on Unreasonably Declining Cargo.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 90 days after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Commission shall 
        initiate a rulemaking proceeding to define the term 
        ``unreasonably decline'' for the purposes of subsection 
        (a)(15) of section 41104 of title 46, United States 
        Code (as added by subsection (a)).
          (2) Contents.--The rulemaking under paragraph (1) 
        shall address the unreasonableness of ocean common 
        carriers prioritizing the shipment of empty containers 
        while excluding, limiting, or otherwise reducing the 
        shipment of full, loaded containers when such 
        containers are readily available to be shipped and the 
        appurtenant vessel has the weight and space capacity 
        available to carry such containers if loaded in a safe 
        and timely manner.

SEC. 120009. DETENTION AND DEMURRAGE.

  (a) In General.--Section 41104 of title 46, United States 
Code, is further amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(d) Certification.--Failure of a common carrier to include 
a certification under section 41102(e) alongside any demurrage 
or detention charge shall eliminate any obligation of the 
charged party to pay the applicable charge.
  ``(e) Demurrage and Detention Practices and Charges.--
Notwithstanding any other provision of law and not later than 
30 days of the date of enactment of this subsection, a common 
carrier or marine terminal operator, shall--
          ``(1) act in a manner consistent with any rules or 
        regulations concerning demurrage or detention issued by 
        the Commission;
          ``(2) maintain all records supporting the assessment 
        of any demurrage or detention charges for a period of 5 
        years and provide such records to the invoiced party or 
        to the Commission on request; and
          ``(3) bear the burden of establishing the 
        reasonableness of any demurrage or detention charges 
        which are the subject of any complaint proceeding 
        challenging a common carrier or marine terminal 
        operator demurrage or detention charges as unjust and 
        unreasonable.
  ``(f) Penalties for False or Inaccurate Certified Demurrage 
or Detention Charges.--In the event of a finding that the 
certification under section 41102(e) was inaccurate, or false 
after submission under section 41301, penalties under section 
41107 shall be applied if the Commission determines, in a 
separate enforcement proceeding, such certification was 
inaccurate or false.''.
  (b) Rulemaking on Detention and Demurrage.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 120 days after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Federal Maritime 
        Commission shall initiate a rulemaking proceeding to 
        establish rules prohibiting common carriers and marine 
        terminal operators from adopting and applying unjust 
        and unreasonable demurrage and detention rules and 
        practices.
          (2) Contents.--The rulemaking under paragraph (1) 
        shall address the issues identified in the final rule 
        published on May 18, 2020, titled ``Interpretive Rule 
        on Demurrage and Detention Under the Shipping Act'' (85 
        Fed. Reg. 29638), including the following:
                  (A) Establishing clear and uniform 
                definitions for demurrage, detention, cargo 
                availability for retrieval and associated free 
                time, and other terminology used in the rule. 
                The definition for cargo availability for 
                retrieval shall account for government 
                inspections.
                  (B) Establishing that demurrage and detention 
                rules are not independent revenue sources but 
                incentivize efficiencies in the ocean 
                transportation network, including the retrieval 
                of cargo and return of equipment.
                  (C) Prohibiting the consumption of free time 
                or collection of demurrage and detention 
                charges when obstacles to the cargo retrieval 
                or return of equipment are within the scope of 
                responsibility of the carrier or their agent 
                and beyond the control of the invoiced or 
                contracting party.
                  (D) Prohibiting the commencement or 
                continuation of free time unless cargo is 
                available for retrieval and timely notice of 
                cargo availability has been provided.
                  (E) Prohibiting the consumption of free time 
                or collection of demurrage charges when marine 
                terminal appointments are not available during 
                the free time period.
                  (F) Prohibiting the consumption of free time 
                or collection of detention charges on 
                containers when the marine terminal required 
                for return is not open or available.
                  (G) Requiring common carriers to provide 
                timely notice of--
                          (i) cargo availability after vessel 
                        discharge;
                          (ii) container return locations; and
                          (iii) advance notice for container 
                        early return dates.
                  (H) Establishing minimum billing 
                requirements, including timeliness and 
                supporting information that shall be included 
                in or with invoices for demurrage and detention 
                charges that will allow the invoiced party to 
                validate the charges.
                  (I) Requiring common carriers and marine 
                terminal operators to establish reasonable 
                dispute resolution policies and practices.
                  (J) Establishing the responsibilities of 
                shippers, receivers, and draymen with respect 
                to cargo retrieval and equipment return.
                  (K) Clarifying rules for the invoicing of 
                parties other than the shipper for any 
                demurrage, detention, or other similar per 
                container charges, including determining 
                whether such parties should be billed at all.
  (c) Rulemaking on Minimum Service Standards.--Not later than 
90 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Commission 
shall initiate a rulemaking proceeding to incorporate 
subsections (d) through (f) of 41104 of title 46, United States 
Code, which shall include the following:
          (1) The obligation to adopt reasonable rules and 
        practices related to or connected with the furnishing 
        and allocation of adequate and suitable equipment, 
        vessel space accommodations, containers, and other 
        instrumentalities necessary for the receiving, loading, 
        carriage, unloading and delivery of cargo.
          (2) The duty to perform the contract of carriage with 
        reasonable dispatch.
          (3) The requirement to carry United States export 
        cargo if such cargo can be loaded safely and timely, as 
        determined by the Commandant of the Coast Guard, and 
        carried on a vessel scheduled for such cargo's 
        immediate destination.
          (4) The requirement of ocean common carriers to 
        establish contingency service plans to address and 
        mitigate service disruptions and inefficiencies during 
        periods of port congestion and other market 
        disruptions.

SEC. 120010. ASSESSMENT OF PENALTIES.

  (a) Assessment of Penalties.--Section 41109 of title 46, 
United States Code, is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by inserting ``or, in addition to or in 
                lieu of a civil penalty, order the refund of 
                money'' after ``this part''; and
                  (B) by inserting ``or refund of money'' after 
                ``conditions, a civil penalty'';
          (2) in subsection (c) by inserting ``or refund of 
        money'' after ``civil penalty'';
          (3) in subsection (e) by inserting ``or order a 
        refund of money'' after ``civil penalty''; and
          (4) in subsection (f) by inserting ``or who is 
        ordered to refund money'' after ``civil penalty is 
        assessed''.
  (b) Additional Penalties.--Section 41108(a) of title 46, 
United States Code, is amended by striking ``section 41104(1), 
(2), or (7)'' and inserting ``subsections (d) or (e) of section 
41102 or paragraph (1), (2), (7), (14), or (15) of section 
41104(a)''.
  (c) Conforming Amendment.--Section 41309 of title 46, United 
States Code, is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) by inserting ``or refund of money'' after 
                ``payment of reparation''; and
                  (B) by inserting ``or to whom the refund of 
                money was ordered'' after ``award was made''; 
                and
          (2) in subsection (b) by inserting ``or refund of 
        money'' after ``award of reparation''.
  (d) Award of Reparations.--Section 41305(c) of title 46, 
United States Code, is amended--
          (1) by inserting ``or (c)'' after ``41102(b)''; and
          (2) by inserting ``, or if the Commission determines 
        that a violation of section 41102(e) was made willfully 
        or knowingly'' after ``of this title''.

SEC. 120011. INVESTIGATIONS.

  Section 41302 of title 46, United States Code, is amended by 
striking ``or agreement'' and inserting ``, agreement, fee, or 
charge''.

SEC. 120012. INJUNCTIVE RELIEF.

  Section 41307(b) to title 46, United States Code, is 
amended--
          (1) in paragraph (3)--
                  (A) in the heading by striking ``and third 
                parties''; and
                  (B) by striking the second sentence; and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(5) Third party intervention.--The court may allow 
        a third party to intervene in a civil action brought 
        under this section.''.

SEC. 120013. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS.

  (a) Federal Maritime Commission.--The analysis for chapter 
461 of title 46, United States Code, is amended by striking the 
first item relating to chapter 461.
  (b) Assessment of Penalties.--Section 41109(c) of title 46, 
United States Code, is amended by striking ``section 41104(1) 
or (2)'' and inserting ``paragraph (1) or (2) of section 
41104(a)''.
  (c) National Shipper Advisory Committee.--Section 42502(c)(3) 
of title 46, United States Code is amended by striking 
``Representation'' and all that follows through ``Members'' and 
inserting ``Representation.--Members''.

SEC. 120014. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

  Section 46108 of title 46, United States Code, is amended by 
striking ``$29,086,888 for fiscal year 2020 and $29,639,538 for 
fiscal year 2021'' and inserting ``$32,603,492 for fiscal year 
2022 and $35,863,842 for fiscal year 2023''.

SEC. 120015. NAS STUDY ON SUPPLY CHAIN INDUSTRY.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 60 days after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Transportation shall 
seek to enter into an agreement with the National Academy of 
Sciences under which the National Academy shall conduct a study 
on the United States supply chain that examines data 
constraints that impede the flow of maritime cargo and add to 
supply chain inefficiencies and that identifies data sharing 
systems that can be employed to improve the functioning of the 
United States supply chain.
  (b) Contents.--The study required under subsection (a) shall 
include--
          (1) the identification of where bottlenecks or 
        chokepoints are most prominent within the United States 
        supply chain;
          (2) the identification of what common shipping data 
        is created with each hand-off of a container through 
        the United States supply chain and how such data is 
        stored and shared;
          (3) the identification of critical data elements used 
        by any entity covered by subsection (c), including the 
        key elements used for various supply chain business 
        processes;
          (4) a review of the methodology used to store, 
        access, and disseminate shipping data across the United 
        States supply chain and evaluation of the 
        inefficiencies in such methodology;
          (5) an analysis of existing and potential impediments 
        to the free flow of information among entities covered 
        by subsection (c), including--
                  (A) identification of barriers that prevent 
                carriers, terminals, and shippers from having 
                access to commercial data; and
                  (B) any inconsistencies in--
                          (i) terminology used across data 
                        elements connected to the shipment, 
                        arrival, and unloading of a shipping 
                        container; and
                          (ii) the classification systems used 
                        across the United States supply chain, 
                        including inconsistencies in the names 
                        of entities covered by subsection (c), 
                        geographical names, and terminology;
          (6) the identification of information to be included 
        in an improved data sharing system designed to plan, 
        execute, and monitor the optimal loading and unloading 
        of maritime cargo; and
          (7) the identification of existing software and data 
        sharing platforms available to facilitate propagation 
        of information to all agents involved in the loading 
        and unloading of maritime cargo and evaluate the 
        effectiveness of such software and platforms if 
        implemented.
  (c) Collection of Information.--In conducting the study 
required under subsection (a), the National Academy of Sciences 
shall collect information from--
          (1) vessel operating common carriers and non-vessel 
        operating common carriers;
          (2) marine terminal operators;
          (3) commercial motor vehicle operators;
          (4) railroad carriers;
          (5) chassis providers;
          (6) ocean transportation intermediaries;
          (7) custom brokers;
          (8) freight forwarders;
          (9) shippers and cargo owners;
          (10) the National Shipper Advisory Committee;
          (11) relevant government agencies, such as the 
        Federal Maritime Commission, the Surface Transportation 
        Board, and the United States Customs and Border 
        Protection;
          (12) to the extent practicable, representatives of 
        foreign countries and maritime jurisdictions outside of 
        the United States; and
          (13) any other entity involved in the transportation 
        of ocean cargo and the unloading of cargo upon arrival 
        at a port.
  (d) Facilitation of Data Sharing.--In carrying out the study 
under subsection (a), the National Academy of Sciences may 
solicit information from any relevant agency relating to the 
United States supply chain.
  (e) Report.--Not later than 18 months after entering into an 
arrangement with the Secretary under subsection (a), the 
National Academy of Sciences shall submit to the Committee on 
Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
Transportation of the Senate, and make available on a publicly 
accessible website, a report containing--
          (1) the study required under subsection (a);
          (2) the information collected under subsections (b) 
        and (c), excluding any personally identifiable 
        information or sensitive business information; and
          (3) any recommendations for--
                  (A) common data standards to be used in the 
                United States supply chain; and
                  (B) policies and protocols that would 
                streamline information sharing across the 
                United States supply chain.

SEC. 120016. TEMPORARY EMERGENCY AUTHORITY.

  (a) Public Input on Information Sharing.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 30 days after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Federal Maritime 
        Commission shall issue a request for information 
        seeking public comment regarding--
                  (A) whether congestion of the common carriage 
                of goods has created an emergency situation of 
                a magnitude such that there exists a 
                substantial adverse effect on the 
                competitiveness and reliability of the 
                international ocean transportation supply 
                system;
                  (B) whether an emergency order described in 
                subsection (b) would alleviate such an 
                emergency situation; and
                  (C) the appropriate scope of such an 
                emergency order, if applicable.
          (2) Consultation.--During the public comment period 
        under paragraph (1), the Commission may consult, as the 
        Commission determines to be appropriate, with--
                  (A) other Federal departments and agencies; 
                and
                  (B) persons with expertise relating to 
                maritime and freight operations.
  (b) Authority to Issue Emergency Order Requiring Information 
Sharing.--On making a unanimous determination described in 
subsection (c), the Commission may issue an emergency order 
requiring any common carrier or marine terminal operator to 
share directly with relevant shippers, rail carriers, or motor 
carriers information relating to cargo throughput and 
availability, in order to ensure the efficient transportation, 
loading, and unloading of cargo to or from--
          (1) any inland destination or point of origin;
          (2) any vessel; or
          (3) any point on a wharf or terminal.
  (c) Description of Determination.--
          (1) In general.--A determination referred to in 
        subsection (b) is a unanimous determination by the 
        Commission that congestion of common carriage of goods 
        has created an emergency situation of a magnitude such 
        that there exists a substantial adverse effect on the 
        competitiveness and reliability of the international 
        ocean transportation supply system.
          (2) Factors for consideration.--In issuing an 
        emergency order under subsection (b), the Commission 
        shall ensure that such order includes parameters 
        relating to temporal and geographic scope, taking into 
        consideration the likely burdens on ocean carriers and 
        marine terminal operators and the likely benefits on 
        congestion relating to the purposes described in 
        section 40101 of title 46, United States Code.
  (d) Petitions for Exception.--
          (1) In general.--A common carrier or marine terminal 
        operator subject to an emergency order issued under 
        this section may submit to the Commission a petition 
        for exception from 1 or more requirements of the 
        emergency order, based on a showing of undue hardship 
        or other condition rendering compliance with such a 
        requirement impractical.
          (2) Determination.--Not later than 21 days after the 
        date on which a petition for exception under paragraph 
        (1) is submitted, the Commission shall determine 
        whether to approve or deny such petition by majority 
        vote.
          (3) Inapplicability pending review.--The requirements 
        of an emergency order that is the subject of a petition 
        for exception under this subsection shall not apply to 
        a petitioner during the period for which the petition 
        is pending.
  (e) Limitations.--
          (1) Term.--An emergency order issued under this 
        section shall remain in effect for a period of not 
        longer than 60 days.
          (2) Renewal.--The Commission may renew an emergency 
        order issued under this section for an additional term 
        by a unanimous determination by the Commission.
  (f) Sunset.--The authority provided by this section shall 
terminate on the date that is 2 years after the date of 
enactment of this Act.
  (g) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Common carrier.--The term ``common carrier'' has 
        the meaning given such term in section 40102 of title 
        46, United States Code.
          (2) Motor carrier.--The term ``motor carrier'' has 
        the meaning given such term in section 13102 of title 
        49, United States Code.
          (3) Rail carrier.--The term ``rail carrier'' has the 
        meaning given such term in section 10102 of title 49, 
        United States Code.
          (4) Shipper.--The term ``shipper'' has the meaning 
        given such term in section 40102 of title 46, United 
        States Code.
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     90. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Garamendi of 
          California or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1714, insert after line 6 the following:

SEC. 80306. SPECIAL IMMIGRANT VISAS FOR CERTAIN FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS.

  (a) Special Immigrant Visas for Certain Scholars.--Section 
602(b) of the Afghan Allies Protection Act of 2009 (8 U.S.C. 
1101 note) is amended--
          (1) in paragraph (1), by striking ``an alien 
        described in subparagraph (A), (B), or (C) of paragraph 
        (2)'' and inserting ``an alien described in 
        subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (2)'';
          (2) in paragraph (2)--
                  (A) in subparagraph (A)(iii), by striking 
                ``subparagraph (D)'' and inserting 
                ``subparagraph (E)'';
                  (B) by redesignating subparagraphs (B), (C), 
                (D), (E), and (F) as subparagraphs (C), (D), 
                (E), (F), and (G), respectively;
                  (C) by inserting after subparagraph (A) the 
                following:
                  ``(B) Fulbright and other scholars as 
                principal alien.--An alien is described in this 
                subparagraph if the alien is a national or 
                citizen of Afghanistan and was selected between 
                October 7, 2001 and August 31, 2022, to 
                participate in--
                          ``(i) the J. William Fulbright 
                        Educational Exchange Program authorized 
                        under section 102 of the Mutual 
                        Educational and Cultural Exchange Act 
                        of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2452(a)(1)) 
                        including the Fulbright Scholar-in-
                        Residence Grants and the Fulbright 
                        Foreign Language Teaching Assistant 
                        Program;
                          ``(ii) the Hubert H. Humphrey 
                        Fellowship Program pursuant to section 
                        112(a)(2) of the Mutual Educational and 
                        Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (22 
                        U.S.C. 2460(a)(2));
                          ``(iii) the International Visitor 
                        Leadership Program pursuant to section 
                        112(a)(3) of the Mutual Educational and 
                        Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (22 
                        U.S.C. 2460(a)(3)); or
                          ``(iv) any other educational or 
                        cultural exchange activity administered 
                        by the Secretary of State pursuant to 
                        sections 102 or 112 of the Mutual 
                        Educational and Cultural Exchange Act 
                        of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2452; 22 U.S.C. 
                        2460) for which the Secretary 
                        determines that a participating alien 
                        is eligible for a special immigrant 
                        visa under this paragraph.''; and
                  (D) in subparagraph (C), as redesignated by 
                subparagraph (B), by striking ``subparagraph 
                (A)'' and inserting ``subparagraph (A) or 
                (B)'';
          (3) in paragraph (4)(C), by striking ``an alien 
        described in subparagraph (A), (B), or (C) of paragraph 
        (2)'' and inserting ``an alien described in 
        subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (2)'';
          (4) in paragraph (5), by striking ``an alien 
        described in subparagraph (A), (B), or (C) of paragraph 
        (2)'' and inserting ``an alien described in 
        subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (2)'';
          (5) in paragraph (6), by striking ``an alien 
        described in subparagraph (A), (B), or (C) of paragraph 
        (2)'' and inserting ``an alien described in 
        subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (2)''; 
        and
          (6) in paragraph (9), by striking ``an alien 
        described in subparagraph (A), (B), or (C) of paragraph 
        (2)'' and inserting ``an alien described in 
        subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (2)''.
  (b) Numerical Limitations.--Section 602(b)(3) of the Afghan 
Allies Protection Act of 2009 (8 U.S.C. 1101 note) is amended--
          (1) by redesignating subparagraphs (B), (C), (D), 
        (E), and (F) as subparagraphs (C), (D), (E), (F), and 
        (G), respectively;
          (2) by inserting after subparagraph (A) the following 
        new subparagraph:
                  ``(B) Fulbright and other scholars.--An alien 
                provided immigrant status pursuant to 
                subparagraph (2)(B) shall not be counted 
                against any numerical limitation under this 
                section, or section 201, 202, 203, or 207 of 
                the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 
                1151, 1152, 1153, and 1157).'';
          (3) in subparagraph (E), as redesignated by paragraph 
        (1),--
                  (A) by striking ``paragraph (C)'' and 
                inserting ``subparagraph (D)''; and
                  (B) by striking ``subsection (b)(2)(D)'' and 
                inserting ``paragraph (2)(E)'';
          (4) in subparagraph (F), as redesignated by paragraph 
        (1),--
                  (A) by striking ``paragraph (2)(D)'' and 
                inserting ``paragraph (2)(E)''; and
                  (B) by striking ``subparagraph (D)'' each 
                place that it appears and inserting 
                ``subparagraph (E)''; and
          (5) in subparagraph (G), as redesignated by paragraph 
        (1), by striking ``subparagraphs (D) and (E)'' and 
        inserting ``subparagraphs (E) and (F)''.
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     91. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Garamendi of 
          California or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 744, line 10, strike ``or''.
  Page 744, insert after line 10 the following:
                  (B) is a covered nation (as defined under 
                section 2533c(d) of title 10, United States 
                Code); or
  Page 744, line 11, strike ``(B)'' and insert ``(C)''.
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 92. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Garcia of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 2912, after line 4, insert the following:

              DIVISION M--PROTECTING U.S. ENERGY SECURITY


SEC. 120001. PROHIBITION ON REDUCING ENERGY INDEPENDENCE.

  This Act, and the amendments made by this Act, shall not take 
effect until the date on which the Secretary of Energy, in 
consultation with other Federal agencies as appropriate, 
submits to Congress a certification that implementation of this 
Act, and the amendments made by this Act, will not reduce the 
energy security or energy independence of the United States.
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  93. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Garcia of Texas or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division L, add the following:

SEC. 110002. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE FOR DOMESTIC MARITIME WORKFORCE 
                    TRAINING AND EDUCATION.

  Section 51706 of title 46, United States Code, is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a), by striking ``of 
        Transportation'';
          (2) in subsection (b), in the subsection heading, by 
        striking ``Assistance'' and inserting ``Cooperative 
        Agreements'';
          (3) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection 
        (d);
          (4) in subsection (d), as redesignated by paragraph 
        (3), by adding at the end the following:
          ``(3) Secretary.--The term `Secretary' means the 
        Secretary of Transportation.''; and
          (5) by inserting after subsection (b) the following:
  ``(c) Grant Program.--
          ``(1) Definition of eligible institution.--In this 
        subsection, the term `eligible institution' means a 
        postsecondary educational institution as such term is 
        defined in section 3 of the Carl D. Perkins Career and 
        Technical Education Act of 2006 (20 U.S.C. 2302) that 
        offers a 2-year program of study, a 1-year program of 
        training, or is a postsecondary vocational institution.
          ``(2) Grant authorization.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Not later than 1 year 
                after the date of enactment of the Maritime 
                Administration Authorization and Improvement 
                Act, the Secretary, in consultation with the 
                Secretary of Labor and the Secretary of 
                Education, may award maritime career training 
                grants to eligible institutions for the purpose 
                of developing, offering, or improving 
                educational or career training programs for 
                American workers related to the maritime 
                workforce.
                  ``(B) Guidelines.--Not later than 1 year 
                after the date of enactment of the Maritime 
                Administration Authorization and Improvement 
                Act, the Secretary shall--
                          ``(i) promulgate guidelines for the 
                        submission of grant proposals under 
                        this subsection; and
                          ``(ii) publish and maintain such 
                        guidelines on the website of the 
                        Department of Transportation.
          ``(3) Limitations.--The Secretary may not award a 
        grant under this subsection in an amount that is more 
        than $20,000,000.
          ``(4) Required information.--
                  ``(A) In general.--An eligible institution 
                that desires to receive a grant under this 
                subsection shall submit to the Secretary a 
                grant proposal that includes a detailed 
                description of--
                          ``(i) the specific project for which 
                        the grant proposal is submitted, 
                        including the manner in which the grant 
                        will be used to develop, offer, or 
                        improve an educational or career 
                        training program that is suited to 
                        maritime industry workers;
                          ``(ii) the extent to which the 
                        project for which the grant proposal is 
                        submitted will meet the educational or 
                        career training needs of maritime 
                        workers in the community served by the 
                        eligible institution;
                          ``(iii) the extent to which the 
                        project for which the grant proposal is 
                        submitted fits within any overall 
                        strategic plan developed by an eligible 
                        community; and
                          ``(iv) any previous experience of the 
                        eligible institution in providing 
                        maritime educational or career training 
                        programs.
                  ``(B) Community outreach required.--In order 
                to be considered by the Secretary, a grant 
                proposal submitted by an eligible institution 
                under this subsection shall--
                          ``(i) demonstrate that the eligible 
                        institution--
                                  ``(I) reached out to 
                                employers to identify--
                                          ``(aa) any 
                                        shortcomings in 
                                        existing maritime 
                                        educational and career 
                                        training opportunities 
                                        available to workers in 
                                        the community; and
                                          ``(bb) any future 
                                        employment 
                                        opportunities within 
                                        the community and the 
                                        educational and career 
                                        training skills 
                                        required for workers to 
                                        meet the future 
                                        maritime employment 
                                        demand; and
                                  ``(II) reached out to other 
                                similarly situated institutions 
                                in an effort to benefit from 
                                any best practices that may be 
                                shared with respect to 
                                providing maritime educational 
                                or career training programs to 
                                workers eligible for training; 
                                and
                          ``(ii) include a detailed description 
                        of--
                                  ``(I) the extent and outcome 
                                of the outreach conducted under 
                                clause (i);
                                  ``(II) the extent to which 
                                the project for which the grant 
                                proposal is submitted will 
                                contribute to meeting any 
                                shortcomings identified under 
                                clause (i)(I)(aa) or any 
                                maritime educational or career 
                                training needs identified under 
                                clause (i)(I)(bb); and
                                  ``(III) the extent to which 
                                employers, including small- and 
                                medium-sized firms within the 
                                community, have demonstrated a 
                                commitment to employing workers 
                                who would benefit from the 
                                project for which the grant 
                                proposal is submitted.
          ``(5) Criteria for award of grants.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Subject to the 
                appropriation of funds, the Secretary shall 
                award a grant under this subsection based on--
                          ``(i) a determination of the merits 
                        of the grant proposal submitted by the 
                        eligible institution to develop, offer, 
                        or improve maritime educational or 
                        career training programs to be made 
                        available to workers;
                          ``(ii) an evaluation of the likely 
                        employment opportunities available to 
                        workers who complete a maritime 
                        educational or career training program 
                        that the eligible institution proposes 
                        to develop, offer, or improve;
                          ``(iii) an evaluation of prior demand 
                        for training programs by workers in the 
                        community served by the eligible 
                        institution, as well as the 
                        availability and capacity of existing 
                        maritime training programs to meet 
                        future demand for training programs; 
                        and
                          ``(iv) any prior designation of an 
                        institution as a Center of Excellence 
                        for Domestic Maritime Workforce 
                        Training and Education.
                  ``(B) Matching requirements.--A grant awarded 
                under this subsection may not be used to 
                satisfy any private matching requirement under 
                any other provision of law.
          ``(6) Public report.--Not later than December 15 in 
        each of the calendar years 2021 through 2023, the 
        Secretary shall make available on a publically 
        available website a report and provide a briefing to 
        the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation 
        of the Senate and the Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure of the House of Representatives--
                  ``(A) describing each grant awarded under 
                this subsection during the preceding fiscal 
                year;
                  ``(B) assessing the impact of each award of a 
                grant under this subsection in a fiscal year 
                preceding the fiscal year referred to in 
                subparagraph (A) on workers receiving training; 
                and
                  ``(C) the performance of the grant awarded 
                with respect to the indicators of performance 
                under section 116(b)(2)(A)(i) of the Workforce 
                Innovation and Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 
                3141(b)(2)(A)(i)).
          ``(7) Authorization of appropriations.--There is 
        authorized to be appropriated to carry out this 
        subsection $200,000,000.''.
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 94. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gimenez of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 2912, after line 4, insert the following:

               DIVISION M--PROTECTING AMERICAN CONSUMERS


SEC. 120001. PROHIBITION ON RAISING ENERGY PRICES.

  This Act, and the amendments made by this Act, shall not take 
effect until the date on which the Secretary of Energy, in 
consultation with other Federal agencies as appropriate, 
submits to Congress a certification that implementation of this 
Act, and the amendments made by this Act, will not increase the 
average price of energy for American consumers outside of 
normal market factors.
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   95. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gonzalez-Colon of 
         Puerto Rico or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 407, after line 25, insert the following:

SEC. 10310. RECOGNITION OF THE ARECIBO OBSERVATORY.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) The Department of Defense began developing the 
        Arecibo Observatory located in Barrio Esperanza, 
        Arecibo, Puerto Rico, during the 1950s, and its 
        characteristic instrument, a large radio telescope of 
        305 meters in diameter was completed in 1963.
          (2) The facility was later owned by the National 
        Science Foundation, and supported by the National 
        Aeronautics and Space Administration and various 
        university partners.
          (3) The Arecibo Observatory's 305-meter fixed 
        spherical radio telescope, was the world's largest 
        single-dish radio telescope until the Five-Hundred-
        Meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope located in 
        Gizhou, China, began observing in 2016.
          (4) The 305-meter radio telescope made unparalleled 
        contributions to the fields of radio astronomy, 
        planetary, and atmospheric sciences, and played a role 
        in inspiring thousands of students in Puerto Rico, the 
        Nation, and the world to pursue careers in STEM fields 
        through the Arecibo Observatory Education and Public 
        Outreach Programs.
          (5) The radio telescope significantly advanced the 
        field of radio astronomy, including the first indirect 
        detection of gravitational waves, the first detection 
        of extrasolar planets, innumerable contributions to the 
        field of time domain astronomy and the study of the 
        interstellar medium, and played a key role in the 
        search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
          (6) The Arecibo Observatory had the best planetary 
        radar system in the world, used by the National 
        Aeronautics and Space Administration for near-Earth 
        object detection and was an essential part of the 
        agency's planetary defense program.
          (7) The planetary radar at the Arecibo Observatory 
        has contributed fundamentally and significantly to the 
        knowledge of the solar system.
          (8) The Arecibo Observatory's Incoherent Scatter 
        Radar and supporting facilities have provided 
        fundamental understanding of the ionosphere and upper 
        atmosphere, and the interface between the atmosphere 
        and space that protects the planet from solar wind, 
        meteors, and other potential threats.
          (9) December 1, 2021, marks the 1-year anniversary of 
        the uncontrolled collapse sustained by the radio 
        telescope after a series of cable failures in tower 4.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that the 
Congress--
          (1) acknowledges the loss of the Arecibo 
        Observatory's radio telescope due to its collapse and 
        its implications for the loss of a unique world-class 
        multidisciplinary science facility which conducted 
        research in the areas of space and atmospheric 
        sciences, radar astronomy and planetary sciences, 
        astronomy, and astrophysics;
          (2) acknowledges that the uncontrolled collapse of 
        the 305-meter radio telescope represents a loss of 
        astronomical observation capabilities, scientific 
        research and development, planetary defense 
        capabilities, and applied science capabilities for the 
        United States;
          (3) recognizes the rich scientific, educational, and 
        economic benefits that the Arecibo Telescope has made 
        to the people of Puerto Rico, the Nation, and the 
        world;
          (4) recognizes the work and contributions made by the 
        thousands of dedicated staff who have supported the 
        Arecibo Observatory for close to 6 decades;
          (5) commends the National Science Foundation for 
        convening a virtual workshop in June 2021, to explore 
        ideas for future scientific and educational activities 
        at the Arecibo Observatory; and
          (6) encourages the National Science Foundation, the 
        National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and 
        other agencies to explore opportunities for 
        strengthening and expanding the role of the Arecibo 
        Observatory in Puerto Rico through education, outreach, 
        and diversity programs, and future research 
        capabilities and technology at the site.
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  96. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gooden of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1302, line 25, insert ``data servicing operations owned 
by Chinese entities or'' before ``targeted digital 
surveillance''.
  Page 1304, after line 8, insert the following:
          (_) Whether any Chinese entity that provides cloud 
        computing products or services is engaged in a joint 
        venture or servicing arrangement with a United States 
        entity, and the nature of such operations.
          (_) Whether United States entities can operate freely 
        in the People's Republic of China and what, if any, 
        restrictions apply to the services and operations of 
        such entities.
          (_) Any support the Government of the People's 
        Republic of China provides to cloud computing entities 
        in terms of equipment and services that may act as a 
        subsidy for such operations.
  Page 1307, after line 12, add the following:
          (_) Chinese entity.--The term ``Chinese entity'' 
        means an entity organized under the laws of China or 
        any jurisdiction within China, including a foreign 
        branch of such entity.
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   97. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of subtitle B of title IV of division C the 
following new section:

SEC. 20419. GAO REPORT ON AUTOMATED SUPPLY-CHAIN TRACKING APPLICATION.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Comptroller General of the United States shall 
report to Congress on the possibility of the establishment of 
an automated supply-chain tracking application that provides 
near real-time insight into the amount of critical medical and 
health supplies available in the stockpile under section 319F-
2(a) of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 247d-6b(a)). 
Such report shall contain an evaluation of--
          (1) the feasibility of such an application; and
          (2) the potential benefits of such an application.
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   98. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 756, after line 12, insert the following:

SEC. 20209. DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE AND TRANSPORTATION SUPPLY CHAIN 
                    REPORT.

  Not later than 30 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of Commerce, in consultation with the 
Secretary of Transportation, shall publish and submit to 
Congress a report on the following, related to supply chains in 
the United States:
          (1) Points of congestion or blockages.
          (2) Underlying causes of supply chain disruptions, 
        shortages, and delays.
          (3) Other supply chain shortcomings which, with 
        public or private investment, could be remedied to 
        result in more efficient movement of goods into and 
        within the United States.
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   99. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In division G, add at the end the following:

TITLE XI--INTERAGENCY TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS CHINESE MARKET MANIPULATION 
                          IN THE UNITED STATES


SEC. 61101. ESTABLISHMENT OF INTERAGENCY TASK FORCE TO ADDRESS CHINESE 
                    MARKET MANIPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

  (a) In General.--The Department of Justice, the Federal Trade 
Commission, the Department of the Treasury, the Securities and 
Exchange Commission, and such other Federal agencies as the 
President determines appropriate shall establish a joint 
interagency task force to investigate allegations of systemic 
market manipulation and other potential violations of antitrust 
and competition laws in the United States by companies 
established in the People's Republic of China, including 
allegations of efforts to illegally capture market share, fix 
or manipulate prices, and control the supply of goods in 
critical industries of the United States, including--
          (1) the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry;
          (2) the renewable energy industry;
          (3) the steel and aluminum industries; and
          (4) such other industries as the task force considers 
        appropriate.
  (b) Report.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the President shall provide to the 
appropriate congressional committees--
          (1) a briefing on the progress of the interagency 
        task force and its findings as described in subsection 
        (a); and
          (2) recommendations to the committees on potential 
        amendments to antitrust and competition laws in the 
        United States that would strengthen the ability of 
        United States antitrust enforcement agencies to bring 
        actions against anticompetitive business practices by 
        Chinese companies.
  (c) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban 
        Affairs, the Committee on Foreign Relations, the 
        Committee on Finance, the Committee on the Judiciary, 
        and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
        Transportation of the Senate; and
          (2) the Committee on Financial Services, the 
        Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee on Ways and 
        Means, the Committee on the Judiciary, and the 
        Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of 
        Representatives.

SEC. 61102. EXPANSION OF STUDY AND STRATEGY ON MONEY LAUNDERING BY THE 
                    PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA TO INCLUDE RISKS OF 
                    CONTRIBUTING TO CORRUPTION.

  (a) In General.--Section 6507 of the Anti-Money Laundering 
Act of 2020 (division F of Public Law 116-283) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) in paragraph (3), by striking ``; and'' 
                and inserting a semicolon;
                  (B) in paragraph (4), by striking the period 
                at the end and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(5) the ways in which such increased illicit 
        finance risks may contribute to corruption involving 
        Chinese firms and a strategy to combat such 
        corruption.''; and
          (2) in subsection (b), by inserting ``and 
        corruption'' after ``activities''.
  (b) Effective Date.--The amendments made by subsection (a) 
shall take effect as if included in the enactment of the Anti-
Money Laundering Act of 2020 (division F of Public Law 116-
283).
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  100. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1115, after line 6, add the following:
                  (P) opportunities of potential partnership 
                with Israel and other regional nations in areas 
                such as technological cooperation in areas 
                critical to national security.
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  101. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle D of title I of division D, add the 
following:

SEC. 30135. REPORT ON LINKS BETWEEN PRIVATE SECTOR CHINESE TECHNOLOGY 
                    AND SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES AND THE PEOPLE'S 
                    LIBERATION ARMY, CHINESE INTELLIGENCE, AND THE 
                    CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY.

  (a) In General.--The President shall prepare and submit to 
Congress a report on links between private sector Chinese 
technology and social media companies and the People's 
Liberation Army, Chinese intelligence, and the Chinese 
Communist Party.
  (b) Matters To Be Included.--The report required by 
subsection (a) shall include a discussion and analysis of--
          (1) national security risks from illicit or coercive 
        technology transfer;
          (2) Chinese investment in private sector United 
        States and allied nation technology companies in fields 
        such as artificial intelligence, biotechnology, next-
        generation energy technology and other areas determined 
        to be vital to the national security of the United 
        States by Secretaries of Commerce, Energy, and Defense; 
        and
          (3) key technology focus areas (as such term is 
        defined in section 20208(16) of this Act).
  (c) Form.--The report required by subsection (a) shall be 
submitted in unclassified form and made available to the 
public, but may contain a classified annex.
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  102. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 287, after line 17, insert the following:
  (4) Improving Access to STEM Education at CTE Institutions.--
          (1) In general.--The Director shall award grants, on 
        a competitive basis, to institutions of higher 
        education (including postecondary vocational 
        institutions) to support career and technical education 
        in STEM and computer science relate fields.
          (2) Priority.--In awarding grants under paragraph 
        (1), the Director shall give priority to institutions 
        that demonstrate effective strategies to recruit and 
        provide career and technical education to veterans and 
        members of the Armed Forces transitioning to the 
        private sector workforce.
          (3) Career and technical education defined.--In this 
        paragraph, the term ``career and technical education'' 
        has the meaning given that term in section 3 of the 
        Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 
        2006 (20 U.S.C. 2302).
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  103. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1012, after line 6, insert the following new sections 
(and redesignate subsequent subsections as appropriate):

SEC. 30223. STATEMENT OF POLICY.

  It shall be the policy of the United States to--
          (1) prioritize the Indo-Pacific region in United 
        States foreign policy, and prioritize resources for 
        achieving United States political and military 
        objectives in the region;
          (2) exercise freedom of operations in the 
        international waters and airspace in the Indo-Pacific 
        maritime domains, which are critical to the prosperity, 
        stability, and security of the Indo-Pacific region;
          (3) maintain forward-deployed forces in the Indo-
        Pacific region, including a rotational bomber presence, 
        integrated missile defense capabilities, long-range 
        precision fires, undersea warfare capabilities, and 
        diversified and resilient basing and rotational 
        presence, including support for pre-positioning 
        strategies;
          (4) strengthen and deepen the alliances and 
        partnerships of the United States to build capacity and 
        capabilities, increase multilateral partnerships, 
        modernize communications architecture, address anti-
        access and area denial challenges, and increase joint 
        exercises and security cooperation efforts;
          (5) reaffirm the commitment and support of the United 
        States for allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific 
        region, including longstanding United States policy 
        regarding--
                  (A) Article V of the Treaty of Mutual 
                Cooperation and Security between the United 
                States and Japan, signed at Washington January 
                19, 1960;
                  (B) Article III of the Mutual Defense Treaty 
                between the United States and the Republic of 
                Korea, signed at Washington October 1, 1953;
                  (C) Article IV of the Mutual Defense Treaty 
                between the United States and the Republic of 
                the Philippines, signed at Washington August 
                30, 1951, including that, as the South China 
                Sea is part of the Pacific, any armed attack on 
                Philippine forces, aircraft or public vessels 
                in the South China Sea will trigger mutual 
                defense obligations under Article IV of our 
                mutual defense treaty;
                  (D) Article IV of the Australia, New Zealand, 
                United States Security Treaty, done at San 
                Francisco September 1, 1951; and
                  (E) the Southeast Asia Collective Defense 
                Treaty, done at Manila September 8, 1954, 
                together with the Thanat-Rusk Communique of 
                1962;
          (6) collaborate with United States treaty allies in 
        the Indo-Pacific to foster greater multilateral 
        security and defense cooperation with other regional 
        partners;
          (7) ensure the continuity of operations by the United 
        States Armed Forces in the Indo-Pacific region, 
        including, as appropriate, in cooperation with partners 
        and allies, in order to reaffirm the principle of 
        freedom of operations in international waters and 
        airspace in accordance with established principles and 
        practices of international law;
          (8) sustain the Taiwan Relations Act (Public Law 96-
        8; 22 U.S.C. 3301 et seq.) and the ``Six Assurances'' 
        provided by the United States to Taiwan in July 1982 as 
        the foundations for United States-Taiwan relations, and 
        to deepen, to the fullest extent possible, the 
        extensive, close, and friendly relations of the United 
        States and Taiwan, including cooperation to support the 
        development of capable, ready, and modern forces 
        necessary for the defense of Taiwan;
          (9) enhance security partnerships with India, across 
        Southeast Asia, and with other nations of the Indo-
        Pacific;
          (10) deter acts of aggression or coercion by the PRC 
        against United States and allies' interests, especially 
        along the First Island Chain and in the Western 
        Pacific, by showing PRC leaders that the United States 
        can and is willing to deny them the ability to achieve 
        their objectives, including by--
                  (A) consistently demonstrating the political 
                will of the United States to deepening existing 
                treaty alliances and growing new partnerships 
                as a durable, asymmetric, and unmatched 
                strategic advantage to the PRC's growing 
                military capabilities and reach;
                  (B) maintaining a system of forward-deployed 
                bases in the Indo-Pacific region as the most 
                visible sign of United States resolve and 
                commitment to the region, and as platforms to 
                ensure United States operational readiness and 
                advance interoperability with allies and 
                partners;
                  (C) adopting a more dispersed force posture 
                throughout the region, particularly the Western 
                Pacific, and pursuing maximum access for United 
                States mobile and relocatable launchers for 
                long-range cruise, ballistic, and hypersonic 
                weapons throughout the Indo-Pacific region;
                  (D) fielding long-range, precision-strike 
                networks to United States and allied forces, 
                including ground-launched cruise missiles, 
                undersea and naval capabilities, and integrated 
                air and missile defense in the First Island 
                Chain and the Second Island Chain, in order to 
                deter and prevent PRC coercion and aggression, 
                and to maximize the United States ability to 
                operate;
                  (E) strengthening extended deterrence to 
                ensure that escalation against key United 
                States interests would be costly, risky, and 
                self-defeating; and
                  (F) collaborating with allies and partners to 
                accelerate their roles in more equitably 
                sharing the burdens of mutual defense, 
                including through the acquisition and fielding 
                of advanced capabilities and training that will 
                better enable them to repel PRC aggression or 
                coercion; and
          (11) maintain the capacity of the United States to 
        impose prohibitive diplomatic, economic, financial, 
        reputational, and military costs on the PRC for acts of 
        coercion or aggression, including to defend itself and 
        its allies regardless of the point of origin of attacks 
        against them.

SEC. 30224. FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING IN THE INDO-PACIFIC AND 
                    AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR SOUTHEAST ASIA 
                    MARITIME SECURITY PROGRAMS AND DIPLOMATIC OUTREACH 
                    ACTIVITIES.

  (a) Foreign Military Financing Funding.--In addition to any 
amount appropriated pursuant to section 23 of the Arms Export 
Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2763) (relating to foreign military 
financing assistance), there is authorized to be appropriated 
for each of fiscal years 2022 through fiscal year 2026 for 
activities in the Indo-Pacific region in accordance with this 
section--
          (1) $110,000,000 for fiscal year 2022;
          (2) $125,000,000 for fiscal year 2023;
          (3) $130,000,000 for fiscal year 2024;
          (4) $140,000,000 for fiscal year 2025; and
          (5) $150,000,000 for fiscal year 2026.
  (b) Southeast Maritime Law Enforcement Initiative.--There is 
authorized to be appropriated $10,000,000 for each of fiscal 
years 2022 through 2026 for the Department of State for 
International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLE) for 
the support of the Southeast Asia Maritime Law Enforcement 
Initiative.
  (c) Diplomatic Outreach Activities.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to the Department of State $1,000,000 for each 
of fiscal years 2022 through 2026, which shall be used--
          (1) to conduct, in coordination with the Department 
        of Defense, outreach activities, including conferences 
        and symposia, to familiarize partner countries, 
        particularly in the Indo-Pacific region, with the 
        United States' interpretation of international law 
        relating to freedom of the seas; and
          (2) to work with allies and partners in the Indo-
        Pacific region to better align respective 
        interpretations of international law relating to 
        freedom of the seas, including on the matters of 
        operations by military ships in exclusive economic 
        zones, innocent passage through territorial seas, and 
        transits through international straits.
  (d) Program Authorization and Purpose.--Using amounts 
appropriated pursuant to subsection (a), the Secretary of 
State, in coordination with the Secretary of Defense, is 
authorized to provide assistance for the purpose of increasing 
maritime security and domain awareness for countries in the 
Indo-Pacific region--
          (1) to provide assistance to national military or 
        other security forces of such countries that have 
        maritime security missions among their functional 
        responsibilities;
          (2) to provide training to ministry, agency, and 
        headquarters level organizations for such forces; and
          (3) to provide assistance and training to other 
        relevant foreign affairs, maritime, or security-related 
        ministries, agencies, departments, or offices that 
        manage and oversee maritime activities and policy that 
        the Secretary of State may so designate.
  (e) Designation of Assistance.--Assistance provided by the 
Secretary of State under subsection (g) shall be known as the 
``Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Initiative'' (in this section 
referred to as the ``Initiative'').
  (f) Program Objectives.--Assistance provided through the 
Initiative may be used to accomplish the following objectives:
          (1) Retaining unhindered access to and use of 
        international waterways in the Indo-Pacific region that 
        are critical to ensuring the security and free flow of 
        commerce and to achieving United States national 
        security objectives.
          (2) Improving maritime domain awareness in the Indo-
        Pacific region.
          (3) Countering piracy in the Indo-Pacific region.
          (4) Disrupting illicit maritime trafficking 
        activities and other forms of maritime trafficking 
        activity in the Indo-Pacific that directly benefit 
        organizations that have been determined to be a 
        security threat to the United States.
          (5) Enhancing the maritime capabilities of a country 
        or regional organization to respond to emerging threats 
        to maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region.
          (6) Strengthening United States alliances and 
        partnerships in Southeast Asia and other parts of the 
        Indo-Pacific region.
  (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--
          (1) In general.--Of the amount appropriated pursuant 
        to subsection (a) (relating to foreign military 
        financing assistance), there is authorized to be 
        appropriated to the Department of State for the Indo-
        Pacific Maritime Security Initiative and other related 
        regional programs exactly--
                  (A) $70,000,000 for fiscal year 2022;
                  (B) $80,000,000 for fiscal year 2023;
                  (C) $90,000,000 for fiscal year 2024;
                  (D) $100,000,000 for fiscal year 2025; and
                  (E) $110,000,000 for fiscal year 2026.
          (2) Rule of construction.--The ``Indo-Pacific 
        Maritime Security Initiative'' and funds authorized for 
        the Initiative shall include existing regional programs 
        carried out by the Department of State related to 
        maritime security, including the Southeast Asia 
        Maritime Security Initiative.
  (h) Eligibility and Priorities for Assistance.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of State shall use the 
        following considerations when selecting which countries 
        in the Indo-Pacific region should receive assistance 
        pursuant to the Initiative:
                  (A) Assistance may be provided to a country 
                in the Indo-Pacific region to enhance the 
                capabilities of that country according to the 
                objectives outlined in (f), or of a regional 
                organization that includes that country, to 
                conduct--
                          (i) maritime intelligence, 
                        surveillance, and reconnaissance;
                          (ii) littoral and port security;
                          (iii) Coast Guard operations;
                          (iv) command and control; and
                          (v) management and oversight of 
                        maritime activities.
                  (B) Priority shall be placed on assistance to 
                enhance the maritime security capabilities of 
                the military or security forces of countries in 
                the Indo-Pacific region that have maritime 
                missions and the government agencies 
                responsible for such forces.
          (2) Types of assistance and training.--
                  (A) Authorized elements of assistance.--
                Assistance provided under paragraph (1)(A) may 
                include the provision of equipment, training, 
                and small-scale military construction.
                  (B) Required elements of assistance and 
                training.--Assistance and training provided 
                under subparagraph (A) shall include elements 
                that promote--
                          (i) the observance of and respect for 
                        human rights; and
                          (ii) respect for legitimate civilian 
                        authority within the country to which 
                        the assistance is provided.

SEC. 30225. FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING COMPACT PILOT PROGRAM IN THE 
                    INDO-PACIFIC.

  (a) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2022 and 
2023 for the creation of a pilot program for foreign military 
financing (FMF) compacts.
  (b) Assistance.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of State is authorized 
        to create a pilot program, for a duration of two years, 
        with an assessment for any additional or permanent 
        programming, to provide assistance under this section 
        for each country that enters into an FMF Challenge 
        Compact with the United States pursuant to subsection 
        (d) to support policies and programs that advance the 
        progress of the country in achieving lasting security 
        and civilian-military governance through respect for 
        human rights, good governance (including transparency 
        and free and fair elections), and cooperation with 
        United States and international counter-terrorism, 
        anti-trafficking, and counter-crime efforts and 
        programs.
          (2) Form of assistance.--Assistance under this 
        subsection may be provided in the form of grants, 
        cooperative agreements, contracts, or no-interest loans 
        to the government of an eligible country described in 
        subsection (c).
  (c) Eligible Countries.--
          (1) In general.--A country shall be a candidate 
        country for purposes of eligibility for assistance for 
        fiscal years 2022 and 2023 if--
                  (A) the country is classified as a lower 
                middle income country in the then-most recent 
                edition of the World Development Report for 
                Reconstruction and Development published by the 
                International Bank for Reconstruction and 
                Development and has an income greater than the 
                historical ceiling for International 
                Development Association eligibility for the 
                fiscal year involved; and
                  (B) the Secretary of State determines that 
                the country is committed to seeking just and 
                democratic governance, including with a 
                demonstrated commitment to--
                          (i) the promotion of political 
                        pluralism, equality, and the rule of 
                        law;
                          (ii) respect for human and civil 
                        rights;
                          (iii) protection of private property 
                        rights;
                          (iv) transparency and accountability 
                        of government;
                          (v) anti-corruption; and
                          (vi) the institution of effective 
                        civilian control, professionalization, 
                        and respect for human rights by and the 
                        accountability of the armed forces.
          (2) Identification of eligible countries.--Not later 
        than 90 days prior to the date on which the Secretary 
        of State determines eligible countries for an FMF 
        Challenge Compact, the Secretary--
                  (A) shall prepare and submit to the 
                appropriate congressional committees a report 
                that contains a list of all eligible countries 
                identified that have met the requirements under 
                paragraph (1) for the fiscal year; and
                  (B) shall consult with the appropriate 
                congressional committees on the extent to which 
                such countries meet the criteria described in 
                paragraph (1).
  (d) FMF Challenge Compact.--
          (1) Compact.--The Secretary of State may provide 
        assistance for an eligible country only if the country 
        enters into an agreement with the United States, to be 
        known as an ``FMF Challenge Compact'' (in this 
        subsection referred to as a ``Compact'') that 
        establishes a multi-year plan for achieving shared 
        security objectives in furtherance of the purposes of 
        this title.
          (2) Elements.--The elements of the Compact shall be 
        those listed in subsection (c)(1)(B) for determining 
        eligibility, and be designed to significantly advance 
        the performance of those commitments during the period 
        of the Compact.
          (3) In general.--The Compact should take into account 
        the national strategy of the eligible country and shall 
        include--
                  (A) the specific objectives that the country 
                and the United States expect to achieve during 
                the term of the Compact, including both how the 
                foreign military financing under the Compact 
                will advance shared security interests and 
                advance partner capacity building efforts as 
                well as to advance national efforts towards 
                just and democratic governance;
                  (B) the responsibilities of the country and 
                the United States in the achievement of such 
                objectives;
                  (C) regular benchmarks to measure, where 
                appropriate, progress toward achieving such 
                objectives; and
                  (D) the strategy of the eligible country to 
                sustain progress made toward achieving such 
                objectives after expiration of the Compact.
  (e) Congressional Consultation Prior to Compact 
Negotiations.--Not later than 15 days before commencing 
negotiations of a Compact with an eligible country, the 
Secretary of State shall consult with the appropriate 
congressional committees with respect to the proposed Compact 
negotiation and shall identify the objectives and mechanisms to 
be used for the negotiation of the Compact.
  (f) Assessment of Pilot Program and Recommendations.--Not 
later than 90 days after the conclusion of the pilot program, 
the Secretary of State shall provide a report to the 
appropriate congressional committees with respect to the pilot 
program, including an assessment of the success and utility of 
the pilot program established under this subsection in meeting 
United States objectives and a recommendation with respect to 
whether to continue a further foreign military financing 
compact program on a pilot or permanent basis.
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  104. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Gottheimer of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 763, line 4, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 763, insert after line 4 the following:
          (9) soliciting input from--
                  (A) economically disadvantaged areas (as 
                defined in section 20208); or
                  (B) areas in which foreign competition 
                resulted in mass factory layoffs.
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 105. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Grijalva of Arizona 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Division H, page 1668, after line 13, insert the following 
new title:

  TITLE XII--OFFICE OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT THE BUREAU OF 
                            INDIAN EDUCATION


SEC. 71201. UPDATING BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS PROGRAMS.

  Part B of title XI of the Education Amendments of 1978 (25 
U.S.C. 2021 et seq.) is amended by striking ``Office of Indian 
Education Programs'' each place it appears (in any font) and 
inserting ``Bureau of Indian Education'' (in the corresponding 
font).

SEC. 71202. ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE OFFICE OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY TO 
                    SUPPORT THE BUREAU OF INDIAN EDUCATION.

  Section 1133 of the Education Amendments of 1978 (25 U.S.C. 
2013) is amended by adding at the end the following:
  ``(c) Bureau of Indian Education Office of Education 
Technology.--
          ``(1) Establishment.--
                  ``(A) In general.--Not later than 24 months 
                after the date of the enactment of this 
                subsection, the Secretary shall establish the 
                Office of Education Technology under the 
                Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs to be 
                administered by the Deputy Assistant Secretary 
                of Indian Affairs (Management).
                  ``(B) Capacity and coordination.--Not later 
                than 36 months after the date of the enactment 
                of this subsection, the Office of the Assistant 
                Secretary of Indian Affairs shall coordinate 
                with the Bureau of Indian Education Director to 
                ensure consistent and timely coordination for 
                the Office of Education Technology to be at 
                full capacity.
                  ``(C) Transfer.--Not later than 37 months 
                after the date of the enactment of this 
                subsection, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of 
                Indian Affairs (Management), the Secretary (in 
                consultation with the Chief Information Officer 
                for the Department of the Interior), the 
                Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, and the 
                Director of the Bureau of Indian Education 
                shall transfer the Office of Educational 
                Technology to the Bureau of Indian Education.
          ``(2) Purpose.--The Office of Education Technology 
        shall ensure that the Bureau of Indian Education has 
        the necessary education technology support to improve 
        educational outcomes.
          ``(3) Duties.--The Office of Education Technology 
        shall--
                  ``(A) manage the procurement, distribution, 
                and updates for information technology and 
                related equipment;
                  ``(B) plan, coordinate, and implement 
                policies related to information technology and 
                related equipment;
                  ``(C) provide technical assistance for the 
                agency school boards, Bureau of Indian 
                Education Funded Schools, and early childhood 
                services; and
                  ``(D) coordinate education technology 
                programs and activities for the Bureau of 
                Indian Education.
  ``(d) Implementation of Education Technology Modernization 
Systems.--
          ``(1) Needs assessment.--Not later than 2 years after 
        the date of the enactment of this subsection, the 
        Office of the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs 
        and the Bureau of Indian Education shall complete a 
        needs assessment of education technology for Bureau of 
        Indian Education Funded Schools.
          ``(2) Implementation.--Not later than 3 years after 
        the date of the enactment of this subsection, the 
        Secretary shall complete the implementation of a long-
        term modernization plan and report progress updates for 
        Bureau of Indian Education Funded Schools.
  ``(e) Reporting.--Not later than 3 years after the date of 
the enactment of this subsection, and each fiscal year 
thereafter, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on 
Natural Resources and Committee on Education and Labor of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Indian Affairs of 
the Senate, a report that contains--
          ``(1) a yearly evaluation of the implementation of 
        this Act, including a description of the progress of 
        the Office of Information Technology in carrying out 
        the activities described in subsection (c)(3); and
          ``(2) such other information the Director of the 
        Bureau of Indian Education, in coordination with the 
        Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs deems necessary.
  ``(f) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Bureau of indian education funded schools.--The 
        term `Bureau of Indian Education Funded Schools' means 
        Bureau of Indian Education operated schools, schools 
        operated pursuant to a grant under the Tribally 
        Controlled Schools Act of 1988 (25 U.S.C. 2501 et 
        seq.), and schools operated pursuant to a contract 
        under the Indian Self-Determination and Education 
        Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 5301 et seq.).
          ``(2) Office of education technology.--The term 
        `Office of Education Technology' means the Office of 
        Education Technology supporting the Bureau of Indian 
        Education established under this subsection.''.
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     106. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Grothman of 
          Wisconsin or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1384, beginning line 15, strike section 30609.
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 107. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Hayes of Connecticut 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title III of division B, add the following:

SEC. 10310. HANDS-ON LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES IN STEM EDUCATION.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) ESEA terms.--The terms ``elementary school'', 
        ``high school'', ``secondary school'', and ``State'' 
        have the meanings given the terms in section 8101 of 
        the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 7801).
          (2) Eligible nonprofit program.--The term ``eligible 
        nonprofit program''--
                  (A) means a nonprofit program serving 
                prekindergarten, elementary school, or 
                secondary school students; and
                  (B) includes a program described in 
                subparagraph (A) that covers the continuum of 
                education from prekindergarten through high 
                school and is available in every State.
          (3) Director.--The term ``Director'' means the 
        Director of the National Science Foundation.
          (4) STEM.--The term ``STEM'' means science, 
        technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of this section are to--
          (1) provide effective, compelling, and engaging means 
        for teaching and reinforcing fundamental STEM concepts 
        and inspiring the youth of the United States to pursue 
        careers in STEM-related fields;
          (2) expand the STEM workforce pipeline by developing 
        and training students for careers in United States STEM 
        fields; and
          (3) broaden participation in the STEM workforce by 
        underrepresented population groups.
  (c) Program Authorized.--
          (1) In general.--The Director shall, subject to the 
        availability of appropriations for such purposes, make 
        awards to eligible nonprofit programs for supporting 
        hands-on learning opportunities in STEM education, 
        including via after-school activities and innovative 
        learning opportunities such as robotics competitions 
        and for the purposes of evaluating the impact of such 
        programs on STEM learning and disseminating the results 
        of such evaluations.
          (2) Priority.--In making awards under the program, 
        the Director shall give priority to eligible nonprofit 
        programs serving students that attend elementary 
        schools or secondary schools (including high schools) 
        that--
                  (A) are implementing comprehensive support 
                and improvement activities or targeted support 
                and improvement activities under paragraph (1) 
                or (2) of section 1111(d) of the Elementary and 
                Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
                6311(d)); or
                  (B) serve high percentages of students who 
                are eligible for a free or reduced price lunch 
                under the Richard B. Russell National School 
                Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.) (which, in 
                the case of a high school, may be calculated 
                using comparable data from the schools that 
                feed into the high school).
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 108. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Hayes of Connecticut 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 391, line 25, insert the following (and redesignate 
subsequent subsections accordingly):
  (h) Eligibility.--Recipients of funds under this section may 
include institutions of higher education, research 
institutions, non-profit organizations, private sector 
entities, consortia, or other entities, as defined by the 
Director.
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 109. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Hayes of Connecticut 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

    Page 259, after line 15, insert the following:

                 Subtitle E--Manufacturing USA Program

SEC. 10261. SUPPORTING GEOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY.

    Section 34(e) of the National Institute of Standards and 
Technology Act (15 U.S.C. 278s(e)) is amended by adding at the 
end the following:
          ``(8) Diversity preferences.--In awarding financial 
        assistance under paragraph (1) for planning or 
        establishing a Manufacturing USA institute, an agency 
        head shall give special consideration to Manufacturing 
        USA institutes that--
                  ``(A) contribute to the geographic diversity 
                of the Manufacturing USA Program;
                  ``(B) are located in an area with a low per 
                capita income; or
                  ``(C) are located in an area with a high 
                proportion of socially disadvantaged 
                residents.''.
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 110. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Hill of Arkansas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1853, line 2, strike ``and'' and insert ``or''.
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 111. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Hill of Arkansas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division I the following:

                        TITLE IV--OTHER MATTERS


SEC. 80401. REGISTRATION OF AGENT.

  (a) In General.--Chapter 190 of title 28, United States Code, 
is amended by adding at the end the following new section:

``Sec. 5002. Registration of an agent for the service of process on 
                    covered entities

  ``(a) In General.--A covered entity conducting business in 
the United States shall register with the Department of 
Commerce not less than one agent residing in the United States 
if the covered entity--
          ``(1) is organized under the laws of, or has its 
        principal place of business in, a foreign country;
          ``(2) is traded in shares and such shares are held in 
        majority by any individual or group of individuals 
        reside in a foreign country; or
          ``(3) is owned by individuals or other entities who 
        reside or are headquartered outside of the United 
        States and the majority of business earnings of the 
        covered entity are derived from commerce outside of the 
        United States.
  ``(b) Filing.--A registration required under subsection (a) 
shall be filed with the Department of Commerce not later than 
30 days after--
          ``(1) the date of enactment of this Act; or
          ``(2) the departure of the previously registered 
        agent from employment or contract with the covered 
        entity.
  ``(c) Purpose of Registered Agent.--
          ``(1) Availability.--A covered entity shall ensure 
        that not less than one registered agent on whom process 
        may be served is available at the business address of 
        the registered agent each day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in 
        the time zone of the business address, excluding 
        Saturdays, Sundays, and Federal holidays.
          ``(2) Communication.--The registered agent shall be 
        required to be available to accept service of process 
        on behalf of the covered entity under which the agent 
        is registered by the means of any communication 
        included in the registration submitted to the 
        Department of Commerce.
  ``(d) Cooperation.--A registered agent shall cooperate in 
good faith with the United States Government and 
representatives of other individuals and entities.
  ``(e) Required Information.--The registration submitted to 
the Department of Commerce shall include the following 
information:
          ``(1) The name of the covered entity registering an 
        agent under this section.
          ``(2) The name of the Chief Executive Officer, 
        President, Partner, Chairman, or other controlling 
        individual of the covered entity.
          ``(3) The name of the individual who is being 
        registered as the agent for the service of process.
          ``(4) The business address of the covered entity 
        registering an agent under this section.
          ``(5) The business address of the individual who is 
        being registered as the agent for the service of 
        process.
          ``(6) Contact information, including an email address 
        and phone number for the individual who is being 
        registered as the agent for the service of process.
          ``(7) The date on which the agent shall begin to 
        accept service of process under this section.
  ``(f) Website.--The information submitted to the Department 
of Commerce pursuant to this section shall be made available on 
a publicly accessible database on the website of the Department 
of Commerce.
  ``(g) Personal Jurisdiction.--A covered entity that registers 
an agent under this section thereby consents to the personal 
jurisdiction of the State or Federal courts of the State in 
which the registered agent is located for the purpose of any 
regulatory proceeding or civil action relating to such covered 
entity.
  ``(h) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Covered entity.--The term `covered entity' 
        means--
                  ``(A) a corporation, partnership, 
                association, organization, or other combination 
                of persons established for the purpose of 
                commercial activities; or
                  ``(B) a trust or a fund established for the 
                purpose of commercial activities.
          ``(2) Department of commerce.--The term `Department 
        of Commerce' means the United States Department of 
        Commerce.''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The table of sections for chapter 
190 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by adding at 
the end the following:
``5002. Registration of an agent for the service of process on covered 
          entities.''.
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  112. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Horsford of Nevada 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 174, lines 5 through 7, strike ``with minority-serving 
institutions, non-Research I universities, and scientific 
societies'' and insert ``with Historically Black Colleges, 
Tribal Colleges, Minority Serving Institutions, emerging 
research institutions, and scientific societies''.
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  113. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Horsford of Nevada 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1994, line 13, after ``program'' insert ``, including 
students in rural areas''.
  Page 1996, line 23, after ``program'' insert ``, including 
students in rural areas, if applicable''.
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     114. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Houlahan of 
         Pennsylvania or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 785, insert after line 11 the following:

            Subtitle C--Defense Supply Chain Risk Management


SEC. 20221. RISK MANAGEMENT FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAINS.

  (a) Risk Management for All Department of Defense Supply 
Chains.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Under Secretary of Defense for 
Acquisition and Sustainment shall--
          (1) develop and issue implementing guidance for risk 
        management for Department of Defense supply chains for 
        materiel for the Department, including pharmaceuticals;
          (2) identify, in coordination with the Commissioner 
        of Food and Drugs, supply chain information gaps 
        regarding reliance on foreign suppliers of drugs, 
        including active pharmaceutical ingredients and final 
        drug products; and
          (3) submit to Congress a report regarding--
                  (A) existing information streams, if any, 
                that may be used to assess the reliance by the 
                Department of Defense on high-risk foreign 
                suppliers of drugs;
                  (B) vulnerabilities in the drug supply chains 
                of the Department of Defense; and
                  (C) any recommendations to address--
                          (i) information gaps identified under 
                        paragraph (2); and
                          (ii) any risks related to such 
                        reliance on foreign suppliers.
  (b) Risk Management for Department of Defense Pharmaceutical 
Supply Chain.--The Director of the Defense Health Agency 
shall--
          (1) not later than one year after the issuance of the 
        guidance required by subsection (a)(1), develop and 
        publish implementing guidance for risk management for 
        the Department of Defense supply chain for 
        pharmaceuticals; and
          (2) establish a working group--
                  (A) to assess risks to the pharmaceutical 
                supply chain;
                  (B) to identify the pharmaceuticals most 
                critical to beneficiary care at military 
                treatment facilities; and
                  (C) to establish policies for allocating 
                scarce pharmaceutical resources in case of a 
                supply disruption.
  (c) Responsiveness Testing of Defense Logistics Agency 
Pharmaceutical Contracts.--The Director of the Defense 
Logistics Agency shall modify Defense Logistics Agency 
Instructions 5025.03 and 3110.01--
          (1) to require Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support 
        to coordinate annually with customers in the military 
        departments to conduct responsiveness testing of the 
        Defense Logistics Agency's contingency contracts for 
        pharmaceuticals; and
          (2) to include the results of that testing, as 
        reported by customers in the military departments, in 
        the annual reports of the Warstopper Program.
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      115. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Huffman of 
          California or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of title X of division H the following:

SEC. _____. EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES TO INCREASE THE DIVERSITY, EQUITY, 
                    AND INCLUSION OF HIGHLY SKILLED SCIENCE, 
                    TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS (``STEM'') 
                    PROFESSIONALS IN OCEAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Commerce shall expand 
opportunities to increase the number and the diversity, equity, 
and inclusion of highly skilled science, technology, 
engineering, and mathematics (``STEM'') professionals working 
in National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration mission-
relevant disciplines and broaden the recruitment pool to 
increase diversity, including expanded partnerships with 
minority-serving institutions, historically black colleges and 
universities, tribal colleges and universities, non-research 
universities, two-year technical degrees, and scientific 
societies.
  (b) Authorization of Independent Organization.--The Secretary 
shall authorize a nonpartisan and independent 501(c)(3) 
organization to build the public-private partnerships necessary 
to achieve these priorities.
  (c) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Minority-serving institution.--The term 
        ``minority-serving institution'' includes the entities 
        described in paragraphs (1) through (7) of section 
        371(a) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 
        1067q(a)).
          (2) Historically black colleges and universities.--
        The term ``Historically Black Colleges and 
        Universities'' has the meaning given the term ``part B 
        institution'' in section 322 of the Higher Education 
        Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1061).
          (3) Tribal colleges and universities.--The term 
        ``Tribal College or University'' has the meaning given 
        such term in section 316 of the Higher Education Act of 
        1965 (20 U.S.C. 1059c).
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  116. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Issa of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

    Strike title I of division J and insert the following:

          TITLE I--INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS

SEC. 90101. INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS.

    The final rule on ``Apprenticeship Programs, Labor 
Standards for Registration, Amendment of Regulations'' 
(relating to industry-recognized apprenticeship programs) 
published in the Federal Register by the Department of Labor on 
March 11, 2020 (85 Fed. Reg. 14294 et seq.) shall have the 
force and effect of law.
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117. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Issa of California or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

    Page 756 after line 12 add the following:

SEC. 20209. SUPPLY CHAIN REPORT REQUIRED.

    Not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary shall conduct a governmentwide study 
and submit to Congress a report on the steps that can be 
implemented within 30 days after submitting the report to 
immediately address the supply chain crisis.
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 118. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jackson of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

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

SEC. 30116. REPORT ON FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR OF 
                    THE UNITED STATES.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 90 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, and annually thereafter for 10 years, 
the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of 
Agriculture, shall submit to Congress a report on foreign 
investment in the agriculture sector of the United States and 
the impact of such investment on the national security of the 
United States.
  (b) Priority.--In preparing the report required by subsection 
(a), the Secretaries shall prioritize investment by the 
People's Republic of China in the agriculture sector of the 
United States.
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 119. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jackson of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1218, after line 6, insert the following:
          (2) remove Israel as a permanent agenda item and to 
        bring an end to the ``Commission of Inquiry'' to 
        investigate the State of Israel;
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 120. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jackson of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1249, after line 2, insert the following:
          (5) not hold future Olympic games in countries that 
        are committing genocide;
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 121. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jackson of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 30609.
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122. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jacobs of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division D the following:

          TITLE VII--UNITED STATES COMMITMENT TO PEACEKEEPING


SEC. 30701. STATEMENT OF POLICY CONCERNING UNITED STATES ENGAGEMENT 
                    REGARDING UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS.

  (a) In General.--It is the policy of the United States that 
the Permanent Representative of the United States to the United 
Nations--
          (1) support the development and implementation of 
        standard performance assessment systems and 
        investigative measures to identify exemplary 
        performance and address mission-specific and system-
        wide weaknesses;
          (2) support the full implementation of a management 
        reform agenda that decentralizes decision-making 
        authority, simplifies and streamlines policy and 
        processes, and strengthens accountability and 
        transparency for managing United Nations offices and 
        functions;
          (3) advocate for the development of a common 
        political strategy in-country among relevant actors, 
        including regional organizations, Member States, 
        international financial institutions, and United 
        Nations agencies, funds, and programs;
          (4) advocate for robust engagement with host 
        countries and local communities, including pushing for 
        resources to be directed to community-led peace 
        initiatives;
          (5) support efforts to deploy more mobile, adaptable, 
        and agile forces for more effective peacekeeping 
        operations;
          (6) support the development of a system-wide strategy 
        on sustainable peacekeeping transitions that ensure 
        planning and decision-making is based on measurable 
        benchmarks, including ensuring the protection of 
        civilians;
          (7) lead and advocate for efforts to promote and 
        protect internationally recognized human rights 
        standards regarding United Nations peacekeeping 
        operations, including the robust funding and support of 
        human rights positions;
          (8) advocate for efforts to develop a more 
        comprehensive plan for accountability and justice, 
        particularly relating to tracking misconduct and 
        inclusion of survivors in decision-making, for 
        peacekeepers and other United Nations staff involved in 
        sexual exploitation, abuse, or other violations of 
        human rights that contravene United Nations and United 
        States rules, regulations, or values; and
          (9) engage in dialogue with Member States to secure a 
        more favorable modification of United Nations scales of 
        assessments of the peacekeeping budget that works to 
        diversify the funding base and create a sustainable 
        funding plan.
  (b) Advocacy of Peacekeeping Reforms at the United Nations.--
The Secretary of State shall instruct the Permanent 
Representative of the United States to the United Nations to 
use the voice, vote, and influence of the United States at the 
United Nations to accomplish the policy specified in subsection 
(a), consistent with the national security interests of the 
United States.

SEC. 30702. REPEAL OF THE 25 PERCENT CAP ON UNITED STATES CONTRIBUTIONS 
                    TO UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS.

  (a) In General.--Subsection (b) of section 404 of the Foreign 
Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1994 and 1995 (Public 
Law 103-236; 22 U.S.C. 287e note; relating to a limitation on 
United States contributions to United Nations peacekeeping 
operations) is repealed.
  (b) Technical and Conforming Amendment.--Section 404 of the 
Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1994 and 1995 
is amended by striking ``(a) Reassessment of Contributions 
Percentages.--''.
  (c) Effective Date.--
          (1) In general.--This section and the amendments made 
        by this section shall take effect and apply on the date 
        the Secretary of State, pursuant to section 30704, 
        transmits to the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the 
        House of Representative and the Committee on Foreign 
        Relations of the Senate written commitment from the 
        Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations to engage 
        regularly with the United States regarding making 
        significant progress toward implementing peacekeeping 
        reforms described in section 4(c)(4) of the United 
        Nations Participation Act of 1945, as amended by 
        section 30703.
          (2) Snap-back.--If by the date that is five years 
        after the date of the enactment of this Act the 
        Secretary of State, in consultation with the Committee 
        on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives and 
        the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate, 
        determines significant progress has not been made 
        toward implementing the peacekeeping reforms described 
        in section 4(c)(4) of the United Nations Participation 
        Act of 1945, as amended by section 30703, the repeal 
        under subsection (a) of this section of the limitation 
        described in subsection (b) of section 404 of the 
        Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1994 
        and 1995 (Public Law 103-236; 22 U.S.C. 287e note; 
        relating to a limitation on United States contributions 
        to United Nations peacekeeping operations) shall be 
        null and void and without force or effect at law, and 
        such subsection (b), as in effect on the day before 
        such date of enactment, shall be carried out as if 
        subsection (a) of this section had not been so enacted.

SEC. 30703. REPORTS ON UNITED STATES EFFORTS TO ACHIEVE UNITED NATIONS 
                    PEACEKEEPING REFORM.

  Section 4 of the United Nations Participation Act of 1945 (22 
U.S.C. 287b) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (c)--
                  (A) in paragraph (3)--
                          (i) by striking subparagraph (B); and
                          (ii) redesignating subparagraph (C) 
                        as subparagraph (B);
                  (B) by redesignating paragraphs (4) and (5) 
                as paragraphs (5) and (6), respectively;
                  (C) by inserting after paragraph (3) the 
                following new paragraph:
          ``(4) United nations peacekeeping reform.--A 
        description of the status of United States efforts in 
        the United Nations to ensure the United Nations--
                  ``(A) develops and implements standard 
                peacekeeping operation performance assessment 
                systems and investigative measures to identify 
                exemplary performance and address operation-
                specific and system-wide weaknesses;
                  ``(B) fully implements a management reform 
                agenda that decentralizes decision-making 
                authority, simplifies and streamlines policy 
                and processes, and strengthens accountability 
                and transparency for managing United Nations 
                offices and functions;
                  ``(C) develops for each peacekeeping 
                operation a common political strategy in-
                country among relevant actors, including 
                regional organizations, Member States, 
                international financial institutions, and 
                United Nations agencies, funds, and programs;
                  ``(D) fully engages with host countries and 
                local communities, including directing 
                resources to community-led peace initiatives;
                  ``(E) deploys more mobile, adaptable, and 
                agile forces for more effective peacekeeping 
                operations;
                  ``(F) develops a system-wide strategy on 
                sustainable peacekeeping transitions that 
                ensure planning and decision-making is based on 
                measurable benchmarks, including ensuring the 
                protection of civilians;
                  ``(G) implements a system-wide strategy to 
                protect internationally recognized human rights 
                standards within United Nations peacekeeping 
                operations, including robust funding and 
                support of human rights positions within each 
                peacekeeping operation;
                  ``(H) develops a more comprehensive plan for 
                accountability and justice, particularly 
                relating to tracking misconduct and inclusion 
                of survivors in decision-making, for 
                peacekeepers and other United Nations staff 
                involved in sexual exploitation, abuse, or 
                other violations of human rights that 
                contravene United Nations and United States 
                rules, regulations, or values; and
                  ``(I) modifies the United Nations scales of 
                assessments of the peacekeeping budget to 
                diversify the funding base and create a 
                sustainable funding plan.''; and
          (2) in subsection (d)(5), by striking subparagraph 
        (B).

SEC. 30704. STRATEGY TO ADVOCATE FOR PEACEKEEPING REFORMS AT THE UNITED 
                    NATIONS.

  Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of State shall submit to the Committee 
on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives and the 
Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate a strategy for 
working with the United Nations to implement the peacekeeping 
reforms described in section 4(c)(4) of the United Nations 
Participation Act of 1945, as amended by section 30703. The 
Secretary of State shall--
          (1)(A) seek to obtain written commitment from the 
        Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations to engage 
        regularly with the United States regarding making 
        significant progress toward implementing such reforms 
        by not later than the date that is five years after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, in accordance with 
        section 30702; and
          (B) transmit such commitment to such committees;
          (2) consult with such committees to establish 
        parameters and benchmarks regarding such 
        implementation; and
          (3) submit to such committees periodic progress 
        reports regarding--
                  (A) such establishment; and
                  (B) implementation of such reforms.

SEC. 30705. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.

  (a) Strengthening Conflict Prevention in United Nations 
Missions.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State shall submit to 
the appropriate congressional committees a report analyzing the 
ways in which conflict prevention aspects of United Nations 
missions may be strengthened. Such report shall include--
          (1) an analysis of the performance of existing early 
        warning and rapid response systems and recommendations 
        for the improvement of such systems;
          (2) an analysis on the performance of the civilian 
        components of United Nations special political missions 
        and peacekeeping operations and recommendations for 
        strengthening such components;
          (3) recommendations on how other United Nations 
        entities, including the United Nations Peacebuilding 
        Fund, special political missions, and other agencies, 
        funds, and programs could be better coordinated in a 
        joint strategy; and
          (4) an assessment of the costs and benefits of the 
        Department of State and the United States Agency for 
        International Development sharing risk analysis data 
        with select multilateral organizations, under specific 
        circumstances, to better promote conflict prevention 
        before peacekeeping engagement is needed.
  (b) Ensuring Considerations for Mission Transitions Are Based 
on Comprehensive Assessments of Conflict Dynamics and Risks to 
Civilians.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State shall submit to 
the appropriate congressional committees a report that analyzes 
the observed challenges, costs, and benefits of transitioning 
United Nations peacekeeping operations to host-country security 
forces, including--
          (1) case studies of communities that maintained peace 
        and stabilization gains compared with communities that 
        experienced a resurgence in instability, violence, or 
        conflict at least five years after such a transition;
          (2) an analysis of the transition process and the 
        effectiveness of measures to maintain long-term peace; 
        and
          (3) an assessment of any additional resources needed 
        to maintain peace and stabilization gains achieved 
        after such a transition.
  (c) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Foreign Relations and the 
        Committee on Appropriations of the Senate; and
          (2) the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the 
        Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
        Representatives.
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123. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jacobs of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title III of division D, add the following:
  Page 1011, line 21, strike ``There is'' and insert ``(a) In 
General.--There is''.
  Page 1012, after line 6, add the following:
  (b) Limitation.--
          (1) In general.--None of the funds authorized to be 
        appropriated by subsection (a) may be used to provide 
        assistance to any foreign security force units if the 
        Secretary of State determines that such forces have 
        engaged in patterns of torture or cruel, inhuman, or 
        degrading treatment or punishment, prolonged detention 
        without charges and trial, causing the disappearance of 
        persons by the abduction and clandestine detention of 
        those persons, authorized by high-ranking officials or 
        other flagrant denial of the right to life, liberty, or 
        the security of person, authorized by high-ranking 
        officials pursuant to section 502B of the Foreign 
        Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2304).
          (2) Waiver.--The President may, on a case-by-case 
        basis and for periods not to exceed 180 days, waive the 
        prohibition in paragraph (1) if the President certifies 
        to the appropriate congressional committees not later 
        than 15 days before such waiver is to take effect that 
        the waiver is vital to the national security interests 
        of the United States or its partners and allies.
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124. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jayapal of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1498, after line 7, insert the following:
                  (D) An assessment of--
                          (i) humanitarian impacts of U.S. and 
                        multilateral sanctions on entities and 
                        individuals associated with the current 
                        government of Afghanistan and the 
                        freeze of $9.4 billion of the Afghan 
                        central bank's foreign reserves, 
                        including projections regarding 
                        potential mortality rate and refugee 
                        outflows;
                          (ii) the impacts of existing United 
                        States and multilateral laws, 
                        regulations, and sanctions on the 
                        influence of the People's Republic of 
                        China in Afghanistan; and
                          (iii) projected impacts on illicit 
                        finance activity between the People's 
                        Republic of China and affiliated 
                        entities in Afghanistan in connection 
                        with the finances of Afghanistan and 
                        the Taliban in the event of a collapse 
                        of the licit Afghan banking system.
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125. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Jayapal of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 76, before line 14, insert the following:

SEC. 10003. COMPTROLLER GENERAL REPORT.

  Not later than September 30, 2023, the Comptroller General of 
the United States shall submit to Congress a report on the 
number and amount of awards made pursuant to sections 9902 and 
9202(a)(1) of the William M. (Mac) Thornberry National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (Public Law 116-283), 
disaggregated by recipients of each such award that are 
majority owned and controlled by minority individuals and 
majority owned and controlled by women.

SEC. 10004. MODIFICATION TO CERTAIN GAO REPORTS.

  (a) Semiconductor Incentives.--Section 9902(c)(1) of the 
William M. (Mac) Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2021 (Public Law 116-283) is amended--
          (1) in subparagraph (B)(ii), by striking ``and'' at 
        the end;
          (2) by adding at the end the following new 
        subparagraph:
                  ``(D) the number and amount of contracts and 
                subcontracts awarded by a covered entity using 
                funds made available under subsection (a) 
                disaggregated by recipients of each such 
                contract or subcontracts that are majority 
                owned and controlled by minority individuals 
                and majority owned and controlled by women; 
                and''.
  (b) Department of Defense.--Section 9202(a)(1)(G)(ii)(I) of 
the William M. (Mac) Thornberry National Defense Authorization 
Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (Public Law 116-283) is amended by 
inserting ``(including whether recipients are majority owned 
and controlled by minority individuals and majority owned and 
controlled by women)'' after ``to whom''.
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126. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Johnson of Georgia or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division J the following:

    TITLE V--DR. DAVID SATCHER CYBERSECURITY EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM


SEC. 90501. DR. DAVID SATCHER CYBERSECURITY EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Director.--The term ``Director'' means the 
        Director of the National Institute of Standards and 
        Technology.
          (2) Enrollment of needy students.--The term 
        ``enrollment of needy students'' has the meaning given 
        the term in section 312(d) of the Higher Education Act 
        of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1058(d)).
          (3) Historically black college or university.--The 
        term ``historically Black college or university'' has 
        the meaning given the term ``part B institution'' as 
        defined in section 322 of the Higher Education Act of 
        1965 (20 U.S.C. 1061).
          (4) Institution of higher education.--The term 
        ``institution of higher education'' has the meaning 
        given the term in section 101(a) of the Higher 
        Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001(a)).
          (5) Minority-serving institution.--The term 
        ``minority-serving institution'' means an institution 
        listed in section 371(a) of the Higher Education Act of 
        1965 (20 U.S.C. 1067q(a)).
  (b) Authorization of Grants.--
          (1) In general.--Subject to the availability of 
        appropriations, the Director shall carry out the Dr. 
        David Satcher Cybersecurity Education Grant Program 
        by--
                  (A) awarding grants to assist institutions of 
                higher education that have an enrollment of 
                needy students, historically Black colleges and 
                universities, and minority-serving 
                institutions, to establish or expand 
                cybersecurity programs, to build and upgrade 
                institutional capacity to better support new or 
                existing cybersecurity programs, including 
                cybersecurity partnerships with public and 
                private entities, and to support such 
                institutions on the path to producing qualified 
                entrants in the cybersecurity workforce or 
                becoming a National Center of Academic 
                Excellence in Cybersecurity; and
                  (B) awarding grants to build capacity at 
                institutions of higher education that have an 
                enrollment of needy students, historically 
                Black colleges and universities, and minority-
                serving institutions, to expand cybersecurity 
                education opportunities, cybersecurity 
                programs, cybersecurity research, and 
                cybersecurity partnerships with public and 
                private entities.
          (2) Reservation.--The Director shall award not less 
        than 50 percent of the amount available for grants 
        under this section to historically Black colleges and 
        universities and minority-serving institutions.
          (3) Coordination.--The Director shall carry out this 
        section in coordination with appropriate Federal 
        agencies, including the Department of Homeland 
        Security.
          (4) Sunset.--The Director's authority to award grants 
        under paragraph (1) shall terminate on the date that is 
        5 years after the date the Director first awards a 
        grant under paragraph (1).
  (c) Applications.--An eligible institution seeking a grant 
under subsection (b) shall submit an application to the 
Director at such time, in such manner, and containing such 
information as the Director may reasonably require, including a 
statement of how the institution will use the funds awarded 
through the grant to expand cybersecurity education 
opportunities at the eligible institution.
  (d) Activities.--An eligible institution that receives a 
grant under this section may use the funds awarded through such 
grant for increasing research, education, technical, 
partnership, and innovation capacity, including for--
          (1) building and upgrading institutional capacity to 
        better support new or existing cybersecurity programs, 
        including cybersecurity partnerships with public and 
        private entities;
          (2) building and upgrading institutional capacity to 
        provide hands-on research and training experiences for 
        undergraduate and graduate students; and
          (3) outreach and recruitment to ensure students are 
        aware of such new or existing cybersecurity programs, 
        including cybersecurity partnerships with public and 
        private entities.
  (e) Reporting Requirements.--Not later than--
          (1) 1 year after the effective date of this section, 
        as provided in subsection (g), and annually thereafter 
        until the Director submits the report under paragraph 
        (2), the Director shall prepare and submit to Congress 
        a report on the status and progress of implementation 
        of the grant program under this section, including on 
        the number and nature of institutions participating, 
        the number and nature of students served by 
        institutions receiving grants, the level of funding 
        provided to grant recipients, the types of activities 
        being funded by the grants program, and plans for 
        future implementation and development; and
          (2) 5 years after the effective date of this section, 
        as provided in subsection (g), the Director shall 
        prepare and submit to Congress a report on the status 
        of cybersecurity education programming and capacity-
        building at institutions receiving grants under this 
        section, including changes in the scale and scope of 
        these programs, associated facilities, or in 
        accreditation status, and on the educational and 
        employment outcomes of students participating in 
        cybersecurity programs that have received support under 
        this section.
  (f) Performance Metrics.--The Director shall establish 
performance metrics for grants awarded under this section.
  (g) Effective Date.--This section shall take effect 1 year 
after the date of enactment of this Act.
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127. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Kaptur of Ohio or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 790, beginning line 14, amend paragraph (4) to read as 
follows:
          (4) will result in economic development or economic 
        diversification in economically distressed regions or 
        localities, including any region or locality--
                  (A) with a high proportion of residential and 
                commercial properties that are vacant due to 
                foreclosure, eviction, abandonment, or other 
                causes;
                  (B) with racial disparities in homeownership 
                rates;
                  (C) with population loss;
                  (D) where economic inequities have grown 
                substantially due to job dislocation and 
                outsourcing; and
                  (E) in the case of a census tract located 
                within a metropolitan area, where the median 
                family income for such census tract does not 
                exceed 80 percent of the greater of statewide 
                median family income or the metropolitan area 
                median family income.
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128. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Kaptur of Ohio or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 541, line 9, insert ``, such as the Great Lakes region'' 
after ``United States''.
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129. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Kildee of Michigan or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 569, after line 15, insert the following:

SEC. 10638. ARPA-E AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

  Paragraph (2) of section 5012(o) of the America Competes Act 
(42 U.S.C. 16538(o)) is amended--
          (1) in subparagraph (D), by striking ``and'';
          (2) in subparagraph (E), by striking the period and 
        inserting ``; and''; and
          (3) by inserting after subparagraph (E) the 
        following:
                  ``(F) $1,000,000,000 for fiscal year 2026.''.
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130. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Kildee of Michigan or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 628, after line 6, insert the following (and redesignate 
the succeeding paragraphs accordingly):
          (4) Microelectronics.--The term ``microelectronics'' 
        refers to semiconductors and related materials, 
        processing chemistries, design, fabrication, 
        lithography, packaging, sensors, devices, integrated 
        circuits, processors, computing architectures, modeling 
        and simulation, software tools, and related 
        technologies.
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131. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Kim of California or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 371, after line 6, insert the following:
  (y) National Science Foundation Study on Inflation.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 45 days after the 
        date of enactment of this Act, the Director shall 
        commission a study to--
                  (A) measure the economic impact of inflation 
                on the American people, including an analysis 
                of cost-of-living impacts;
                  (B) assess how the increase in inflation has 
                harmed the American workforce through 
                decreased, less valuable wages;
                  (C) consider the impact of inflation on 
                American international competitiveness, 
                particularly as it relates to offshoring jobs 
                in the manufacturing industry;
                  (D) evaluate the impact of inflation on rural 
                and underserved communities throughout the 
                country;
                  (E) assess the ways inflation at its current 
                trajectory could impact future American 
                generations; and
                  (F) make recommendations to Congress on the 
                impact of further government spending in 
                regards to inflation.
          (2) Funding.--Of the funds authorized to carry out 
        this section, $1,000,000 shall be used to carry out the 
        study under paragraph (1).
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  132. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Krishnamoorthi of 
           Illinois or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30219G the following:

SEC. 30219H. NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE ON ESCALATION AND DE-
                    ESCALATION OF GRAY ZONE ACTIVITIES IN GREAT POWER 
                    COMPETITION.

  (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
          (1) The conventional power of the United States has 
        driven foreign adversaries to a level of competition 
        that does not always depend on military confrontation 
        with the United States.
          (2) Rather than challenging the United States in a 
        manner that could provoke a kinetic military response, 
        foreign adversaries of the United States have turned to 
        carrying out gray zone activities to advance the 
        interests of such adversaries, weaken the power of the 
        United States, and erode the norms that underpin the 
        United States-led international order.
          (3) Gray zone activity falls on a spectrum of 
        attribution and deniability that ranges from covert 
        adversary operations, to detectible covert adversary 
        operations, to unattributable adversary operations, to 
        deniable adversary operations, to open adversary 
        operations.
          (4) To adequately address such a shift to gray zone 
        activity, the United States must understand what 
        actions tend to either escalate or de-escalate such 
        activity by our adversaries.
          (5) The laws, principles, and values of the United 
        States are strategic advantages in great power 
        competition with authoritarian foreign adversaries that 
        carry out gray zone activities, because such laws, 
        principles, and values increase the appeal of the 
        governance model of the United States, and the United 
        States-led international order, to states and peoples 
        around the world.
          (6) The international security environment has 
        demonstrated numerous examples of gray zone activities 
        carried out by foreign adversaries, including the 
        following activities of foreign adversaries:
                  (A) Information operations, such as efforts 
                by Russia to influence the 2020 United States 
                Federal elections (as described in the March 
                15, 2021, intelligence community assessment of 
                the Office of the Director of National 
                Intelligence made publicly available on March 
                15, 2021).
                  (B) Adversary political coercion operations, 
                such as the wielding of energy by Russia, 
                particularly in the context of Ukrainian gas 
                pipelines, to coerce its neighbors into 
                compliance with its policies.
                  (C) Cyber operations, such as the use by 
                China of cyber tools to conduct industrial 
                espionage.
                  (D) Provision of support to proxy forces, 
                such as the support provided by Iran to 
                Hezbollah and Shia militia groups.
                  (E) Provocation by armed forces controlled by 
                the government of the foreign adversary through 
                measures that do not rise to the level of an 
                armed attack, such as the use of the China 
                Coast Guard and maritime militia by China to 
                harass the fishing vessels of other countries 
                in the South China Sea.
                  (F) Alleged uses of lethal force on foreign 
                soil, such as the 2018 attempts by Russia to 
                poison Sergei Skripal in London.
                  (G) The potential use by an adversary of 
                technology that causes anomalous health 
                incidents among United States Government 
                personnel.
  (b) National Intelligence Estimate.--
          (1) Requirement.--The Director of National 
        Intelligence, acting through the National Intelligence 
        Council, shall produce a National Intelligence Estimate 
        on how foreign adversaries use gray zone activities to 
        advance interests, what responses by the United States 
        (or the allies or partners of the United States) would 
        tend to result in the escalation or de-escalation of 
        such gray zone activities by foreign adversaries, and 
        any opportunities for the United States to minimize the 
        extent to which foreign adversaries use gray zone 
        activities in furtherance of great power competition.
          (2) Matters included.--To the extent determined 
        appropriate by the National Intelligence Council, the 
        National Intelligence Estimate produced under paragraph 
        (1) may include an assessment of the following topics:
                  (A) Any potential or actual lethal or harmful 
                gray zone activities carried out against the 
                United States by foreign adversaries, including 
                against United States Government employees and 
                United States persons, whether located within 
                or outside of the United States.
                  (B) To the extent such activities have 
                occurred, or are predicted to occur--
                          (i) opportunities to reduce or deter 
                        any such activities; and
                          (ii) any actions of the United States 
                        Government that would tend to result in 
                        the escalation or de-escalation of such 
                        activities.
                  (C) Any incidents in which foreign 
                adversaries could have used, but ultimately did 
                not use, gray zone activities to advance the 
                interests of such adversaries, including an 
                assessment as to why the foreign adversary 
                ultimately did not use gray zone activities.
                  (D) The effect of lowering the United States 
                Government threshold for the public attribution 
                of detectible covert adversary operations, 
                unattributable adversary operations, and 
                deniable adversary operations.
                  (E) The effect of lowering the United States 
                Government threshold for responding to 
                detectible covert adversary operations, 
                unattributable adversary operations, and 
                deniable adversary operations.
                  (F) The extent to which the governments of 
                foreign adversaries exercise control over any 
                proxies or parastate actors used by such 
                governments in carrying out gray zone 
                activities.
                  (G) The extent to which gray zone activities 
                carried out by foreign adversaries affect the 
                private sector of the United States.
                  (H) The international norms that provide the 
                greatest deterrence to gray zone activities 
                carried out by foreign adversaries, and 
                opportunities for strengthening those norms.
                  (I) The effect, if any, of the strengthening 
                of democratic governance abroad on the 
                resilience of United States allies and partners 
                to gray zone activities.
                  (J) Opportunities to strengthen the 
                resilience of United States allies and partners 
                to gray zone activities, and associated 
                tactics, carried out by foreign adversaries.
                  (K) Opportunities for the United States to 
                improve the detection of, and early warning 
                for, such activities and tactics.
                  (L) Opportunities for the United States to 
                galvanize international support in responding 
                to such activities and tactics.
          (3) Submission to congress.--
                  (A) Submission.--Not later than 1 year after 
                the date of the enactment of this Act, the 
                Director shall submit to the Select Committee 
                on Intelligence of the Senate and the Permanent 
                Select Committee on Intelligence of the House 
                of Representatives the National Intelligence 
                Estimate produced under paragraph (1), 
                including all intelligence reporting underlying 
                the Estimate.
                  (B) Notice regarding submission.--If at any 
                time before the deadline specified in 
                subparagraph (A), the Director determines that 
                the National Intelligence Estimate produced 
                under paragraph (1) cannot be submitted by such 
                deadline, the Director shall (before such 
                deadline) submit to the Select Committee on 
                Intelligence of the Senate and the Permanent 
                Select Committee on Intelligence of the House 
                of Representatives a report setting forth the 
                reasons why the National Intelligence Estimate 
                cannot be submitted by such deadline and an 
                estimated date for the submission of the 
                National Intelligence Estimate.
                  (C) Form.--Any report under subparagraph (B) 
                shall be submitted in unclassified form.
          (4) Public version.--Consistent with the protection 
        of intelligence sources and methods, at the same time 
        as the Director submits to the Select Committee on 
        Intelligence of the Senate and the Permanent Select 
        Committee on Intelligence of the House of 
        Representatives the National Intelligence Estimate 
        under paragraph (1), the Director shall make publicly 
        available on the internet website of the Director an 
        unclassified version of the key findings of the 
        National Intelligence Estimate.
          (5) Definitions.--In this subsection:
                  (A) Gray zone activity.--The term ``gray zone 
                activity'' means an activity to advance the 
                national interests of a State that--
                          (i) falls between ordinary statecraft 
                        and open warfare;
                          (ii) is carried out with an intent to 
                        maximize the advancement of interests 
                        of the state without provoking a 
                        kinetic military response by the United 
                        States; and
                          (iii) falls on a spectrum that ranges 
                        from covert adversary operations, to 
                        detectible covert adversary operations, 
                        to unattributable adversary operations, 
                        to deniable adversary operations, to 
                        open adversary operations.
                  (B) Covert adversary operation.--The term 
                ``covert adversary operation'' means an 
                operation by an adversary that--
                          (i) the adversary intends to remain 
                        below the threshold at which the United 
                        States detects the operation; and
                          (ii) does stay below such threshold.
                  (C) Detectible covert adversary operation.--
                The term ``detectible covert adversary 
                operation'' means an operation by an adversary 
                that--
                          (i) the adversary intends to remain 
                        below the threshold at which the United 
                        States detects the operation; but
                          (ii) is ultimately detected by the 
                        United States at a level below the 
                        level at which the United States will 
                        publicly attribute the operation to the 
                        adversary.
                  (D) Unattributable adversary operation.--The 
                term ``unattributable adversary operation'' 
                means an operation by an adversary that the 
                adversary intends to be detected by the United 
                States, but remain below the threshold at which 
                the United States will publicly attribute the 
                operation to the adversary.
                  (E) Deniable adversary operation.--The term 
                ``deniable adversary operation'' means an 
                operation by an adversary that--
                          (i) the adversary intends to be 
                        detected and publicly or privately 
                        attributed by the United States; and
                          (ii) the adversary intends to deny, 
                        to limit the response by the United 
                        States, and any allies of the United 
                        States.
                  (F) Open adversary operation.--The term 
                ``open adversary operation'' means an operation 
                by an adversary that the adversary openly 
                acknowledges as attributable to the adversary.
  (c) Requirement to Develop Lexicon.--
          (1) Requirement.--The Director of National 
        Intelligence, acting through the National Intelligence 
        Council, shall develop a lexicon of common terms (and 
        corresponding definitions for such terms) for concepts 
        associated with gray zone activities.
          (2) Considerations.--In developing the lexicon under 
        paragraph (1), the National Intelligence Council shall 
        include in the lexicon each term (and the corresponding 
        definition for each term) specified in subsection 
        (b)(5), unless the National Intelligence Council 
        determines that an alternative term (or alternative 
        definition)--
                  (A) more accurately describes a concept 
                associated with gray zone activities; or
                  (B) is preferable for any other reason.
          (3) Report.--
                  (A) Publication.--The Director of National 
                Intelligence shall publish a report containing 
                the lexicon developed under paragraph (1).
                  (B) Form.--The report under subparagraph (A) 
                shall be published in unclassified form.
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  133. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Krishnamoorthi of 
           Illinois or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30128 the following:

SEC. 30129. REPORT ON COOPERATION BETWEEN CHINA AND UNITED ARAB 
                    EMIRATES.

  (a) Requirement.--Not later than 60 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Director of National 
Intelligence, in consultation with the heads of elements of the 
intelligence community that the Director determines 
appropriate, shall submit to the congressional intelligence 
committees a report containing the following:
          (1) Details on the cooperation between China and the 
        United Arab Emirates regarding defense, security, 
        technology, and other strategically sensitive matters 
        that implicate the national security interests of the 
        United States.
          (2) The most recent, as of the date of the report, 
        quarterly assessment by the intelligence community of 
        measures that the United Arab Emirates has implemented 
        to safeguard technology of the United States and the 
        reliability of any assurances by the United Arab 
        Emirates (with respect to both current assurances and 
        assurances being considered as of the date of the 
        report).
          (3) A certification by the Director regarding whether 
        such assurances described in paragraph (2) are viable 
        and sufficient to protect technology of the United 
        States from being transferred to China or other third 
        parties.
  (b) Form.--The report under subsection (a) may be submitted 
in classified form, but if so submitted shall include an 
unclassified executive summary.
  (c) Definitions.--In this section, the terms ``intelligence 
community'' and ``congressional intelligence committees'' have 
the meanings given such terms in section 3 of the National 
Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3003).
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134. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lamb of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 371, after line 6, insert the following:
  (y) GAO Technology Assessment to Address the Opioid 
Epidemic.--
          (1) In general.--The Comptroller General of the 
        United States shall conduct a technology assessment on 
        the use of current and emerging predictive analytic 
        tools and technologies to address the opioid epidemic. 
        Such assessment shall address the following:
                  (A) The prevention of deaths occurring from 
                overdoses of opioid drugs.
                  (B) The improvement of Federal, State, and 
                local government responses to the opioid 
                epidemic and the quality of interventions, 
                treatments, and resources for opioid use 
                disorder.
                  (C) The identification of challenges and 
                risks related to the use of predictive analytic 
                tools and technologies.
          (2) Recommendations.--Not later than 1 year after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act, the Comptroller 
        General of the United States shall submit to Congress 
        recommendations based on the findings of the technology 
        assessment conducted under paragraph (1). Not later 
        than 180 days after such date of enactment, the 
        Comptroller General shall provide a briefing to 
        Congress on the progress of such recommendations.
          (3) Definitions.--In this subsection:
                  (A) Opioid drug.--The term ``opioid drug'' 
                means a class of drugs that contains an opioid 
                and includes heroin, synthetic opioids 
                (including fentanyl), and prescription pain 
                relievers.
                  (B) Opioid epidemic.--The term ``opioid 
                epidemic'' means the misuse of and addiction to 
                opioid drugs.
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135. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lamb of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 641, after line 22, insert the following:

    Subtitle G--Steel Upgrading Partnerships and Emissions Reduction


SEC. 10671. LOW-EMISSIONS STEEL MANUFACTURING RESEARCH PROGRAM.

  (a) Program.--Subtitle D of title IV of the Energy 
Independence and Security Act of 2007 (42 U.S.C. 17111 et seq.) 
is amended by inserting after section 454 the following:

``SEC. 454A. LOW-EMISSIONS STEEL MANUFACTURING RESEARCH PROGRAM.

  ``(a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to encourage 
the research and development of innovative technologies aimed 
at--
          ``(1) increasing the technological and economic 
        competitiveness of industry and manufacturing in the 
        United States; and
          ``(2) achieving significant net nonwater greenhouse 
        emissions reductions in the production processes for 
        iron, steel, and steel mill products.
  ``(b) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Commercially available steelmaking.--The term 
        `commercially available steelmaking' means the current 
        production method of iron, steel, and steel mill 
        products.
          ``(2) Critical material.--The term `critical 
        material' has the meaning given such term in section 
        7002 of division Z of the Consolidated Appropriations 
        Act, 2021 (Public Law 116-260).
          ``(3) Critical mineral.--The term `critical mineral' 
        has the meaning given such term in section 7002 of 
        division Z of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 
        (Public Law 116-260).
          ``(4) Eligible entity.--The term `eligible entity' 
        means--
                  ``(A) an institution of higher education;
                  ``(B) an appropriate State or Federal entity, 
                including a federally funded research and 
                development center of the Department;
                  ``(C) a nonprofit research institution;
                  ``(D) a private entity;
                  ``(E) any other relevant entity the Secretary 
                determines appropriate; and
                  ``(F) a partnership or consortium of two or 
                more entities described in subparagraphs (A) 
                through (E).
          ``(5) Low-emissions steel manufacturing.--The term 
        `low-emissions steel manufacturing' means advanced or 
        commercially available steelmaking with the reduction, 
        to the maximum extent practicable, of net nonwater 
        greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere from the 
        production of iron, steel, and steel mill products.
  ``(c) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
enactment of the America COMPETES Act of 2022, the Secretary 
shall establish a program of research, development, 
demonstration, and commercial application of advanced tools, 
technologies, and methods for low-emissions steel 
manufacturing.
  ``(d) Requirements.--In carrying out the program under 
subsection (c), the Secretary shall--
          ``(1) coordinate this program with the programs and 
        activities authorized in title VI of division Z of the 
        Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021;
          ``(2) coordinate across all relevant program offices 
        of the Department, including the Office of Science, 
        Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, the 
        Office of Fossil Energy, and the Office of Nuclear 
        Energy;
          ``(3) leverage, to the extent practicable, the 
        research infrastructure of the Department, including 
        scientific computing user facilities, x-ray light 
        sources, neutron scattering facilities, and nanoscale 
        science research centers; and
          ``(4) conduct research, development, and 
        demonstration of low-emissions steel manufacturing 
        technologies that have the potential to increase 
        domestic production and employment in advanced and 
        commercially available steelmaking.
  ``(e) Strategic Plan.--
          ``(1) In general.--Not later than 180 days after the 
        date of enactment of the America COMPETES Act of 2022, 
        the Secretary shall develop a 5-year strategic plan 
        identifying research, development, demonstration, and 
        commercial application goals for the program 
        established in subsection (c). The Secretary shall 
        submit this plan to the Committee on Science, Space, 
        and Technology of the House of Representatives and the 
        Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the 
        Senate.
          ``(2) Contents.--The strategic plan submitted under 
        paragraph (1) shall--
                  ``(A) identify programs at the Department 
                related to low-emissions steel manufacturing 
                that support the research, development, 
                demonstration, and commercial application 
                activities described in this section, and the 
                demonstration projects under subsection (h);
                  ``(B) establish technological and 
                programmatic goals to achieve the requirements 
                of subsection (d); and
                  ``(C) include timelines for the 
                accomplishment of goals developed under the 
                plan.
          ``(3) Updates to plan.--Not less than once every two 
        years, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on 
        Science, Space, and Technology of the House of 
        Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural 
        Resources of the Senate an updated version of the plan 
        under paragraph (1).
  ``(f) Focus Areas.--In carrying out the program established 
in subsection (c), the Secretary shall focus on--
          ``(1) medium- and high-temperature heat generation 
        technologies used for low-emissions steel 
        manufacturing, which may include--
                  ``(A) alternative fuels, including hydrogen 
                and biomass;
                  ``(B) alternative reducing agents, including 
                hydrogen;
                  ``(C) renewable heat generation technology, 
                including solar and geothermal;
                  ``(D) electrification of heating processes, 
                including through electrolysis; and
                  ``(E) other heat generation sources;
          ``(2) carbon capture technologies for advanced and 
        commercially available steelmaking processes, which may 
        include--
                  ``(A) combustion and chemical looping 
                technologies;
                  ``(B) use of slag to reduce carbon dioxide 
                emissions;
                  ``(C) pre-combustion technologies; and
                  ``(D) post-combustion technologies;
          ``(3) smart manufacturing technologies and 
        principles, digital manufacturing technologies, and 
        advanced data analytics to develop advanced 
        technologies and practices in information, automation, 
        monitoring, computation, sensing, modeling, and 
        networking to--
                  ``(A) model and simulate manufacturing 
                production lines;
                  ``(B) monitor and communicate production line 
                status; and
                  ``(C) model, simulate, and optimize the 
                energy efficiency of manufacturing processes;
          ``(4) technologies and practices that minimize energy 
        and natural resource consumption, which may include--
                  ``(A) designing products that enable reuse, 
                refurbishment, remanufacturing, and recycling;
                  ``(B) minimizing waste from advanced and 
                commercially available steelmaking processes, 
                including through the reuse of waste as 
                resources in other industrial processes for 
                mutual benefit;
                  ``(C) increasing resource efficiency; and
                  ``(D) increasing the energy efficiency of 
                advanced and commercially available steelmaking 
                processes;
          ``(5) alternative materials and technologies that 
        produce fewer emissions during production and result in 
        fewer emissions during use, which may include--
                  ``(A) innovative raw materials;
                  ``(B) high-performance lightweight materials;
                  ``(C) substitutions for critical materials 
                and critical minerals; and
                  ``(D) other technologies that achieve 
                significant carbon emission reductions in low-
                emissions steel manufacturing, as determined by 
                the Secretary; and
          ``(6) high-performance computing to develop advanced 
        materials and manufacturing processes contributing to 
        the focus areas described in paragraphs (1) through 
        (5), including--
                  ``(A) modeling, simulation, and optimization 
                of the design of energy efficient and 
                sustainable products; and
                  ``(B) the use of digital prototyping and 
                additive manufacturing to enhance product 
                design.
  ``(g) Testing and Validation.--The Secretary, in consultation 
with the Director of the National Institute of Standards and 
Technology, shall support the development of standardized 
testing and technical validation of advanced and commercially 
available steelmaking and low-emissions steel manufacturing 
through collaboration with one or more National Laboratories, 
and one or more eligible entities.
  ``(h) Demonstration.--
          ``(1) Establishment.--Not later than 180 days after 
        the date of enactment of the America COMPETES Act of 
        2022, the Secretary, in carrying out the program 
        established in subsection (c), and in collaboration 
        with industry partners, institutions of higher 
        education, and the National Laboratories, shall support 
        an initiative for the demonstration of low-emissions 
        steel manufacturing, as identified by the Secretary, 
        that uses either--
                  ``(A) a single technology; or
                  ``(B) a combination of multiple technologies.
          ``(2) Selection requirements.--Under the initiative 
        established under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall 
        select eligible entities to carry out demonstration 
        projects and to the maximum extent practicable--
                  ``(A) encourage regional diversity among 
                eligible entities, including participation by 
                rural States;
                  ``(B) encourage technological diversity among 
                eligible entities; and
                  ``(C) ensure that specific projects 
                selected--
                          ``(i) expand on the existing 
                        technology demonstration programs of 
                        the Department; and
                          ``(ii) prioritize projects that 
                        leverage matching funds from non-
                        Federal sources.
          ``(3) Reports.--The Secretary shall submit to the 
        Committee on Science, Space, and Technology of the 
        House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy 
        and Natural Resources of the Senate--
                  ``(A) not less frequently than once every two 
                years for the duration of the demonstration 
                initiative under this subsection, a report 
                describing the performance of the initiative; 
                and
                  ``(B) if the initiative established under 
                this subsection is terminated, an assessment of 
                the success of, and education provided by, the 
                measures carried out by recipients of financial 
                assistance under the initiative.
  ``(i) Additional Coordination.--
          ``(1) Manufacturing u.s.a..--In carrying out this 
        section the Secretary shall consider--
                  ``(A) leveraging the resources of relevant 
                existing Manufacturing USA Institutes described 
                in section 34(d) of the National Institute of 
                Standards and Technology Act (15 U.S.C. 
                278s(d));
                  ``(B) integrating program activities into a 
                relevant existing Manufacturing USA Institute; 
                or
                  ``(C) establishing a new institute focused on 
                low-emissions steel manufacturing.
          ``(2) Other federal agencies.--In carrying out this 
        section, the Secretary shall coordinate with other 
        Federal agencies that are carrying out research and 
        development initiatives to increase industrial 
        competitiveness and achieve significant net nonwater 
        greenhouse emissions reductions through low-emissions 
        steel manufacturing, including the Department of 
        Defense, Department of Transportation, and the National 
        Institute of Standards and Technology.
  ``(j) Other Requirements.--All laborers and mechanics 
employed by contractors or subcontractors in the performance of 
construction, alteration or repair work carried out, in whole 
or in part, with assistance made available under this section 
shall be paid wages at rates not less than those prevailing on 
projects of a character similar in the locality as determined 
by the Secretary of Labor in accordance with subchapter IV of 
chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code. With respect to the 
labor standards specified in this section, the Secretary of 
Labor shall have the authority and functions set forth in 
Reorganization Plan Numbered 14 of 1950 (64 Stat. 1267; 5 
U.S.C. App.) and section 3145 of title 40, United States 
Code.''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--Section 1(b) of the Energy 
Independence and Security Act of 2007 (42 U.S.C. 17001 note) is 
amended in the table of contents by inserting after the item 
relating to section 454 the following:

``Sec. 454A. Low-Emissions Steel Manufacturing Research Program.''.
                    ____________________________________________________

136. An Amendment To Be Offered By Representative Lamb of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division L, add the following:

SEC. 110002. FREIGHT RAIL INNOVATION INSTITUTE.

  (a) In General.--Chapter 229 of title 49, United States Code, 
is amended by adding at the end the following:

``Sec. 22911. Freight Rail Innovation Institute

  ``(a) Establishment.--Not later than 6 months after the date 
of the enactment of this section, the Secretary of 
Transportation, in coordination with the Secretary of Energy, 
representatives of the National Laboratories, the National 
Institute of Standards and Technology, and the National Science 
Foundation, and in partnership with an eligible institution of 
higher education and a freight rail locomotive manufacturer, 
shall establish a Freight Rail Innovation Institute (referred 
to in this section as the `Institute') to carry out a research 
and development program--
          ``(1) to develop--
                  ``(A) technologies necessary for the design, 
                development, manufacturing, and operation of 
                zero-emission battery and hydrogen-powered 
                freight locomotives; and
                  ``(B) technologies that enhance freight rail 
                safety, efficiency and utilization; and
          ``(2) to accelerate the deployment of--
                  ``(A) zero-emission locomotives, including 
                passenger locomotives;
                  ``(B) supporting supply chains;
                  ``(C) advanced freight and logistics systems; 
                and
                  ``(D) related workforce development and 
                education innovations.
  ``(b) Activities.--The Institute shall--
          ``(1) research, develop, and deploy zero-emission 
        battery and hydrogen-powered freight locomotives and 
        locomotive technologies;
          ``(2) develop and operate testing programs and 
        demonstration facilities;
          ``(3) develop advanced technologies that advance 
        freight rail safety, efficiency, logistics, and 
        utilization;
          ``(4) develop and deploy an operating prototype 
        hydrogen powered locomotive;
          ``(5) deploy a revenue service testing and 
        demonstration program to accelerate commercial adoption 
        of battery electric locomotives;
          ``(6) develop specific technologies and innovations 
        to support the manufacturing and deployment of zero-
        emission locomotives for passenger rail;
          ``(7) pay wages to all laborers and mechanics 
        employed by the Institute at rates that are not less 
        than those prevailing for the same type of work for 
        similar projects in the immediate locality, consistent 
        with the wage requirement set forth in section 113(a) 
        of title 23, United States Code;
          ``(8) ensure that the freight rail locomotive 
        manufacturer that is associated with the Institute 
        fully complies with the Buy America requirement set 
        forth in section 22905(a) with respect to manufacturing 
        and production associated with the Institute and as a 
        result of new technologies, innovations, and methods 
        developed at least in part by the Institute; and
          ``(9) carry out other activities that the Secretary 
        of Transportation considers necessary.
  ``(c) Applicant Requirements.--Applicants seeking to 
establish the Institute under this section shall--
          ``(1) be a partnership consisting of at least 1 
        institution of higher education and at least 1 freight 
        rail locomotive manufacturer, which shall enter into a 
        cost-sharing agreement for purposes of the Institute; 
        and
          ``(2) submit a comprehensive proposal to the 
        Secretary of Transportation that--
                  ``(A) identifies how activities described in 
                subsection (b) will be carried out by the 
                Institute; and
                  ``(B) includes a Memorandum of Understanding, 
                signed by all partners, that comprehensively 
                addresses all aspects of the Institute's work, 
                including how intellectual property and revenue 
                sharing from resulting technological 
                developments will be handled;
                  ``(C) includes such other information as the 
                Secretary may require.
  ``(d) Considerations.--In selecting the applicant that will 
receive funding to establish the Institute, the Secretary of 
Transportation shall consider--
          ``(1) the extent to which the applicant's proposal 
        maximizes greenhouse gas reductions and other 
        environmental benefits;
          ``(2) the ability of the applicant's proposal to 
        increase the use of low- and zero- emission freight 
        rail technologies among the United States freight and 
        passenger rail industry;
          ``(3) the anticipated public benefits of the 
        applicant's proposal, including the creation of 
        construction, manufacturing, and services jobs that pay 
        prevailing wages;
          ``(4) proposed plans to train workers from the area 
        surrounding the Institute to develop competitive 
        advanced manufacturing, battery- or hydrogen-power, and 
        advanced freight utilization, network safety and 
        logistics technology skills;
          ``(5) the degree to which the applicant, including 
        its freight rail locomotive manufacturer, has 
        experience--
                  ``(A) carrying out battery and hydrogen 
                research on freight locomotives that reduce 
                greenhouse gas emissions; and
                  ``(B) developing freight rail advanced 
                signaling, network safety, and logistics 
                technologies;
          ``(6) the extent to which the applicant's proposal 
        increases the proportional amount of goods moved by 
        freight rail in the United States;
          ``(7) the extent to which such proposal--
                  ``(A) maximizes the private share of the 
                total cost of the institute beyond the minimum 
                level required under subsection (d); and
                  ``(B) sustains the private investment up to 
                and beyond 2026; and
          ``(8) whether the proposed Institute is located at a 
        site that--
                  ``(A) has legacy rail infrastructure;
                  ``(B) has access to freight rail tracks and 
                rail connections; and
                  ``(C) is located on a redeveloped brownfield 
                site in close proximity to a freight rail 
                locomotive manufacturer, an institution of 
                higher education, and a short line or regional 
                railroad.
  ``(e) Funding Requirement.--The non-Federal share of the 
costs of the Institute's research and development program shall 
be not less than 50 percent.
  ``(f) Notification.--
          ``(1) Notice.--Not later than 3 days after Congress 
        appropriates funds for the Institute for any fiscal 
        year, the Secretary of Transportation shall submit to 
        the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation 
        of the Senate and the Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure of the House of Representatives--
                  ``(A) the institution of higher education and 
                freight rail locomotive manufacturer that have 
                been selected to receive such funding to 
                operate the Institute; and
                  ``(B) a summary of activities to be carried 
                out by the Institute.
          ``(2) Annual report.--Not later than 1 year after 
        Congress appropriates funds for the Institute for any 
        fiscal year, the Secretary shall submit a report to the 
        committees listed under paragraph (1) that summarizes 
        the work of the Institute on--
                  ``(A) low- and zero-emission rail 
                technologies;
                  ``(B) increased freight rail utilization; and
                  ``(C) training a workforce in advanced 
                manufacturing, battery- or hydrogen-power, 
                advanced freight utilization, network safety, 
                logistics technology skills, and advanced rail 
                safety and logistics technologies.
  ``(g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
to be appropriated $120,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 
2022 through 2026, to carry out the activities of the Institute 
described in subsection (b). Such sums shall remain available 
until expended.
  ``(h) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Freight rail locomotive manufacturer.--The term 
        `freight rail locomotive manufacturer' means a 
        company--
                  ``(A) headquartered in the United States; and
                  ``(B) that is engaged in the design, 
                manufacture, and sale of freight rail 
                locomotives, train network systems, engines, 
                parts, logistics, rail safety and braking 
                systems, and other freight rail and locomotive 
                products.
          ``(2) Institution of higher education.--The term 
        `institution of higher education' has the meaning given 
        such term in section 101 of the Higher Education Act of 
        1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001).''.
  (b) Clerical Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 229 of 
title 49, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end 
the following:

``22911. Freight Rail Innovation Institute.''.
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  137. An Amendment To Be Offered By Representative Langevin of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of division F the following:

SEC. 50105. CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SECURITY CENTERS.

  (a) Critical Technology Security Centers.--Title III of the 
Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 181 et seq.) is amended 
by adding at the end the following new section:

``SEC. 323. CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SECURITY CENTERS.

  ``(a) Establishment.--Not later than 180 days after the date 
of the enactment of this section, the Secretary, acting through 
the Under Secretary for Science and Technology, and in 
coordination with the Director of the Cybersecurity and 
Infrastructure Security Agency, shall award grants, contracts, 
or cooperative agreements to covered entities for the 
establishment of not fewer than four cybersecurity-focused 
Critical Technology Security Centers to evaluate and test the 
security of devices and technologies that underpin national 
critical functions.
  ``(b) Initial Centers.--With respect to the Critical 
Technology Security Centers referred to in subsection (a), four 
of such centers shall be as follows:
          ``(1) The Center for Network Technology Security, to 
        study the security of information and communications 
        technology that underpins national critical functions 
        related to communications.
          ``(2) The Center for Connected Industrial Control 
        System Security, to study the security of connected 
        programmable data logic controllers, supervisory 
        control and data acquisition servers, and other 
        networked industrial equipment.
          ``(3) The Center for Open Source Software Security, 
        to study vulnerabilities in open source software used 
        to support national critical functions.
          ``(4) The Center for Federal Critical Software 
        Security, to study the security of software used by the 
        Federal Government that performs functions critical to 
        trust (such as affording or requiring elevated system 
        privileges or direct access to networking and computing 
        resources).
  ``(c) Additional Centers.--The Under Secretary may, in 
coordination with the Director, award grants, contracts, or 
cooperative agreements to covered entities for the 
establishment of additional Critical Technology Security 
Centers to address technologies vital to national critical 
functions.
  ``(d) Selection of Critical Technologies.--Before awarding a 
grant, contract, or cooperative agreement to a covered entity 
to establish a Critical Technology Security Center, the Under 
Secretary shall consult with the Director, who shall provide 
the Under Secretary a list of technologies within the remit of 
the center that support national critical functions.
  ``(e) Responsibilities.--In studying the security of 
technologies within its remit, each center shall have the 
following responsibilities:
          ``(1) Conducting rigorous security testing to 
        identify vulnerabilities in such technologies.
          ``(2) Reporting new vulnerabilities found and the 
        tools, techniques, and practices used to uncover such 
        vulnerabilities to the developers of such technologies 
        in question and to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure 
        Security Agency.
          ``(3) With respect to such technologies, developing 
        new capabilities for vulnerability discovery, 
        management, and mitigation.
          ``(4) Assessing the security of software essential to 
        national critical functions.
          ``(5) Supporting existing communities of interest, 
        including by granting funds, in remediating 
        vulnerabilities discovered within such technologies.
          ``(6) Utilizing findings to inform and support the 
        future work of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure 
        Security Agency.
  ``(f) Application.--To be eligible for an award of a grant, 
contract, or cooperative agreement as a Critical Technology 
Security Center pursuant to subsection (a), a covered entity 
shall submit to the Secretary an application at such time, in 
such manner, and including such information as the Secretary 
may require.
  ``(g) Public Reporting of Vulnerabilities.--The 
Undersecretary shall ensure that vulnerabilities identified by 
a Critical Technology Security Center are publicly reported 
through the National Vulnerability Database, as appropriate.
  ``(h) Additional Guidance.--The Under Secretary, in 
coordination with the Director, shall develop, and periodically 
update, guidance, including eligibility and any additional 
requirements, for how Critical Technology Security Centers may 
award funds to communities of interest to remediate 
vulnerabilities under subsection (e)(5).
  ``(i) Biannual Reports.--Not later than one year after the 
date of the enactment of this section and every two years 
thereafter, the Under Secretary shall submit to the appropriate 
congressional committees a report that includes, with respect 
to each Critical Technology Security Center the following:
          ``(1) A summary of the work performed by each such 
        center.
          ``(2) Information relating to the allocation of 
        Federal funds at each such center.
          ``(3) A description of each vulnerability identified, 
        including information relating to the corresponding 
        software weakness.
          ``(4) An assessment of the criticality of each 
        vulnerability identified pursuant to paragraph (3).
          ``(5) A list of critical technologies studied by each 
        center, including an explanation by the Under Secretary 
        for any deviations from the list of technologies 
        provided by the Director before the distribution of 
        funding to the center.
          ``(6) A list of tools, techniques, and procedures 
        used by each such center.
  ``(j) Consultation With Relevant Agencies.--In carrying out 
this section, the Under Secretary shall consult with the heads 
of other Federal agencies conducting cybersecurity research, 
including the following:
          ``(1) The National Institute of Standards and 
        Technology.
          ``(2) The National Science Foundation.
          ``(3) Relevant agencies within the Department of 
        Energy.
          ``(4) Relevant agencies within the Department of 
        Defense.
  ``(k) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized 
to be appropriated to carry out this section--
          ``(1) $40,000,000 for fiscal year 2022;
          ``(2) $42,000,000 for fiscal year 2023;
          ``(3) $44,000,000 for fiscal year 2024;
          ``(4) $46,000,000 for fiscal year 2025; and
          ``(5) $49,000,000 for fiscal year 2026.
  ``(l) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        `appropriate congressional committees' means--
                  ``(A) the Committee on Homeland Security of 
                the House of Representatives; and
                  ``(B) the Committee on Homeland Security and 
                Governmental Affairs of the Senate.
          ``(2) Covered entity.--The term `covered entity' 
        means a university or federally funded research and 
        development center, including a national laboratory, or 
        a consortia thereof.
          ``(3) Critical technology.--The term `critical 
        technology' means technology relating to a national 
        critical function.
          ``(4) Open source software.--The term `open source 
        software' means software for which the human-readable 
        source code is freely available for use, study, re-use, 
        modification, enhancement, and redistribution by the 
        users of such software.''.
  (b) Identification of Certain Technology.--Paragraph (1) of 
section 2202(e) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 
603(e)) is amended by adding at the end the following new 
subparagraph:
                  ``(S) To identify the technologies within the 
                remits of the Critical Technology Security 
                centers as described in section 322 that are 
                vital to national critical functions.''.
  (c) Clerical Amendment.--The table of contents in section 
1(b) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 is amended by 
inserting after the item relating to section 321 the following 
new item:

``Sec. 323. Critical Technology Security Centers.''.
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  138. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Langevin of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1714, insert after line 6 the following (and conform the 
table of contents accordingly):

   TITLE IV--ADMISSION OF ESSENTIAL SCIENTISTS AND TECHNICAL EXPERTS


SEC. 80401. ADMISSION OF ESSENTIAL SCIENTISTS AND TECHNICAL EXPERTS TO 
                    PROMOTE AND PROTECT NATIONAL SECURITY INNOVATION 
                    BASE.

  (a) Special Immigrant Status.--In accordance with the 
procedures established under subsection (f)(1), and subject to 
subsection (c)(1), the Secretary of Homeland Security may 
provide an alien described in subsection (b) (and the spouse 
and children of the alien if accompanying or following to join 
the alien) with the status of a special immigrant under section 
101(a)(27) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 
1101(a)(27)), if the alien--
          (1) submits a classification petition under section 
        204(a)(1)(G)(i) of such Act (8 U.S.C. 
        1154(a)(1)(G)(i)); and
          (2) is otherwise eligible to receive an immigrant 
        visa and is otherwise admissible to the United States 
        for permanent residence.
  (b) Aliens Described.--An alien is described in this 
subsection if--
          (1) the alien--
                  (A) is employed by a United States employer 
                and engaged in work to promote and protect the 
                National Security Innovation Base;
                  (B) is engaged in basic or applied research, 
                funded by the Department of Defense, through a 
                United States institution of higher education 
                (as defined in section 101 of the Higher 
                Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001)); or
                  (C) possesses scientific or technical 
                expertise that will advance the development of 
                critical technologies identified in the 
                National Defense Strategy or the National 
                Defense Science and Technology Strategy, 
                required by section 218 of the John S. McCain 
                National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 
                Year 2019 (Public Law 115-232; 132 Stat. 1679 
                ); and
          (2) the Secretary of Defense issues a written 
        statement to the Secretary of Homeland Security 
        confirming that the admission of the alien is essential 
        to advancing the research, development, testing, or 
        evaluation of critical technologies described in 
        paragraph (1)(C) or otherwise serves national security 
        interests.
  (c) Numerical Limitations.--
          (1) In general.--The total number of principal aliens 
        who may be provided special immigrant status under this 
        section may not exceed--
                  (A) 10 in each of fiscal years 2022 through 
                2030; and
                  (B) 100 in fiscal year 2031 and each fiscal 
                year thereafter.
          (2) Exclusion from numerical limitation.--Aliens 
        provided special immigrant status under this section 
        shall not be counted against the numerical limitations 
        under sections 201(d), 202(a), and 203(b)(4) of the 
        Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1151(d), 
        1152(a), and 1153(b)(4)).
  (d) Defense Competition for Scientists and Technical 
Experts.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall develop 
and implement a process to select, on a competitive basis from 
among individuals described in subsection (b), individuals for 
recommendation to the Secretary of Homeland Security for 
special immigrant status described in subsection (a).
  (e) Authorities.--In carrying out this section, the Secretary 
of Defense shall authorize appropriate personnel of the 
Department of Defense to use all personnel and management 
authorities available to the Department, including the 
personnel and management authorities provided to the science 
and technology reinvention laboratories, the Major Range and 
Test Facility Base (as defined in 196(i) of title 10, United 
States Code), and the Defense Advanced Research Projects 
Agency.
  (f) Procedures.--Not later than 360 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Homeland Security 
and Secretary of Defense shall jointly establish policies and 
procedures implementing the provisions in this section, which 
shall include procedures for--
          (1) processing of petitions for classification 
        submitted under subsection (a)(1) and applications for 
        an immigrant visa or adjustment of status, as 
        applicable; and
          (2) thorough processing of any required security 
        clearances.
  (g) Fees.--The Secretary of Homeland Security shall establish 
a fee--
          (1) to be charged and collected to process an 
        application filed under this section; and
          (2) that is set at a level that will ensure recovery 
        of the full costs of such processing and any additional 
        costs associated with the administration of the fees 
        collected.
  (h) Implementation Report Required.--Not later than 180 days 
after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
Homeland Security and Secretary of Defense shall jointly submit 
to the appropriate congressional committees a report that 
includes--
          (1) a plan for implementing the authorities provided 
        under this section; and
          (2) identification of any additional authorities that 
        may be required to assist the Secretaries in fully 
        implementing section.
  (i) Program Evaluation and Report.--
          (1) Evaluation.--The Comptroller General of the 
        United States shall conduct an evaluation of the 
        competitive program and special immigrant program 
        described in subsections (a) through (g).
          (2) Report.--Not later than October 1, 2026, the 
        Comptroller General shall submit to the appropriate 
        congressional committees a report on the results of the 
        evaluation conducted under paragraph (1).
  (j) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) The term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
        means--
                  (A) the Committee on Armed Services and the 
                Committee on the Judiciary of the House of 
                Representatives; and
                  (B) the Committee on Armed Services and the 
                Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate.
          (2) The term ``National Security Innovation Base'' 
        means the network of persons and organizations, 
        including Federal agencies, institutions of higher 
        education, Federally funded research and development 
        centers, defense industrial base entities, nonprofit 
        organizations, commercial entities, and venture capital 
        firms that are engaged in the military and non-military 
        research, development, funding, and production of 
        innovative technologies that support the national 
        security of the United States.
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  139. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Langevin of Rhode 
            Island or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 312, after line 25, insert the following:
  (i) Integrating Art and Design Into National Science 
Foundation Informal STEM Education Program.--Section 3 of the 
STEM Education Act of 2015 (42 U.S.C. 1862q) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (a)--
                  (A) in paragraph (2), by striking ``and'' at 
                the end;
                  (B) in paragraph (3), by striking the period 
                and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(4) the integration of art and design in STEM 
        educational programs.'';
          (2) in subsection (b)--
                  (A) in paragraph (3), by striking ``and'' at 
                the end;
                  (B) in paragraph (4), by striking the period 
                and inserting ``; and''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
          ``(5) design and testing of programming that 
        integrates art and design in STEM education to promote 
        creativity and innovation.''; and
          (3) in subsection (c)(2)(B), as added by subsection 
        (a)(4) of this section--
                  (A) in clause (ix), by striking ``and'' at 
                the end;
                  (B) in clause (x), by striking the period and 
                inserting ``; and;''; and
                  (C) by adding at the end the following:
                          ``(xi) the design and testing of 
                        programming that integrates art and 
                        design in STEM education to promote 
                        creativity and innovation.''.
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140. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Larsen of Washington 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In section 30218, strike ``There are authorized'' and insert 
the following:
  (a) In General.--There are authorized
  In section 30218, add at the end the following:
  (b) Nullification.--Section 3(i) of Executive Order 13936 
(relating to the termination of the Fulbright exchange program 
with regard to China and Hong Kong with respect to future 
exchanges for participants traveling both from and to China or 
Hong Kong) is nullified and shall have no force or effect, and 
Fulbright exchanges with China and Hong Kong shall carry on as 
if such section had not be included in such Executive Order.
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141. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Larsen of Washington 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1216, after line 24, insert the following:
          (6) Exemption from numerical limitations.--The 
        numerical limitations established in accordance with 
        section 207 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 
        U.S.C. 1157) in any fiscal year shall not apply to 
        aliens seeking refugee status pursuant to such section 
        who are nationals of the PRC and residents of the XUAR.
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142. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Larsen of Washington 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title II of division D, add the 
following:

SEC. 30219H. PRIORITIZING DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND CONNECTIVITY.

  (a) In General.--Section 1451 of the Better Utilization of 
Investments Leading to Development Act 2018 (22 U.S.C. 9613) is 
amended by inserting after subsection (i) the following:
  ``(j) Prioritizing Digital Infrastructure and Connectivity.--
The Corporation should prioritize support to projects that--
          ``(1) increase digital infrastructure and 
        connectivity, including operators of voice and data 
        networks, development options for countries with the 
        greatest need for digital infrastructure investment and 
        in cases in which competing digital infrastructure 
        financing proposals lack high standards for data 
        security and protection of users' human rights; and
          ``(2) align with the Corporation's authorities 
        relating to provisions of support as outlined in 
        section 1421(a).''.
  (b) Report.--Not later than one year after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the United States International 
Development Financing Corporation 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 an identification and description of--
          (1) regions and countries with the greatest need for 
        investment in digital infrastructure, including the 
        types of such digital infrastructure;
          (2) regions and countries in which investment in 
        digital infrastructure will be most effective in 
        promoting high standards for data security and 
        protection of users' human rights; and
          (3) efforts of partner governments to provide digital 
        infrastructure development financing initiatives and 
        efforts of the Corporation to coordinate with such 
        partner governments with respect to such digital 
        infrastructure development financing.
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143. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lawrence of Michigan 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 367, after line 2, insert the following:
                  (C) Promising practices at universities 
                described in paragraph (1) for advancing 
                diversity, equity, and inclusion in AI research 
                programs.
  Page 367, line 3, strike ``(C)'' and insert ``(D)''.
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144. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lawrence of Michigan 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 362, line 13, insert ``, including in low-income, 
underserved, and disadvantaged communities'' after ``wastewater 
systems''.
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145. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lee of Nevada or Her 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 561, strike line 20 and all that follows through page 
565, line 22, and insert the following:

SEC. 10633. MANAGEMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS.

  Section 41201 of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act 
(42 U.S.C. 18861) is amended--
          (1) in subsection (b), by inserting ``including the 
        Office of Technology Transitions, the Loan Program 
        Office, and all applied program offices,'' after 
        ``Department,'';
          (2) in subsection (d), by inserting ``, including by 
        using the authorities in section 10636 of the America 
        COMPETES Act of 2022,'' after ``personnel'';
          (3) by redesignating subsections (e), (f), and (g) as 
        subsections (g), (h), and (i), respectively;
          (4) by adding after subsection (d) the following:
  ``(e) Additional Authority.--The Secretary may carry out and 
manage covered projects directly through the program.
  ``(f) Project Termination.--Should an ongoing covered project 
receive an unfavorable review under subsection (c)(5), the 
Secretary or their designee may cease funding the covered 
project and reallocate the remaining funds to new or existing 
covered projects carried out by that program office.''; and
          (5) in subsection (h)(1) (as so redesignated), by 
        striking ``The Secretary'' and inserting ``In 
        accordance with section 9007 of Division Z of the 
        Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Public Law 116-
        260), the Secretary''.
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 146. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Leger Fernandez of 
          New Mexico or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 572, line 24, insert the following (and redesignate 
subsequent paragraphs accordingly):
          ``(10) Tribal government.--The term `Tribal 
        Government' means the governing body of any Indian or 
        Alaska Native Tribe, band, nation, pueblo, village, 
        community, component band or component reservation, 
        individually identified (including parenthetically) in 
        the list published most recently as of the date of 
        enactment of this Act pursuant to section 104 of the 
        Federally Recognized Indian Tribe List Act of 1994 (25 
        U.S.C. 5131).
  Page 574, line 10, after ``State,'', insert ``Tribal,''.
  Page 579, line 20, strike ``and''.
  Page 580, line 2, after ``Universities'', insert ``, Tribal 
Colleges and Universities,''.
  Page 580, line 3, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 580, line 4, insert the following:
                  ``(E) ensuring that at least 1 eligible 
                consortium designated as a regional technology 
                and innovation hub significantly benefits an 
                area or region whose economy significantly 
                relies on or has recently relied on coal, oil, 
                or natural gas production, development, or 
                utilization.
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 147. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Leger Fernandez of 
          New Mexico or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 641, after line 22, insert the following:

                          Subtitle G--Reports


SEC. 10671. REPORT ON METHANE REMOVAL TECHNOLOGY.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 360 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the 
Committee on Science, Space, and Technology of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural 
Resources of the Senate a report on the potential for, and 
technical and economic viability of, direct methane removal to 
significantly mitigate climate change, with special 
consideration given to natural methane sources, such as melting 
permafrost, and non-energy sector methane sources.
  (b) Contents.--The report under subsection (a) shall include 
a summary of research, development, and demonstration needs, 
including an estimate of Federal funding requirements, to 
further examine and validate the technical and economic 
viability, and potential ancillary impacts, of direct methane 
removal technologies and approaches over the 10-year period 
beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (c) Coordination.--In carrying out the report under 
subsection (a), the Secretary shall coordinate across all 
relevant programs and offices of the Department and other 
relevant Federal agencies.
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 148. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Leger Fernandez of 
          New Mexico or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division L, add the following:

SEC. 110002. ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE FOR ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL 
                    TRANSITION COMMUNITIES.

  There is authorized to be appropriated $240,000,000 in total 
for fiscal years 2023 through 2028 to the Secretary of Commerce 
for economic adjustment assistance as authorized by section 209 
of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 (42 
U.S.C. 3149) to provide assistance, including grants for 
technical assistance, planning, and predevelopment activities, 
to energy and industrial transition communities, including oil, 
gas, coal, nuclear, and biomass transition communities, and 
manufacturing transition communities.
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 149. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Leger Fernandez of 
          New Mexico or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1848, line 9, strike ``or'' at the end.
  Page 1848, line 11, strike the period and insert ``; or''.
  Page 1848, after line 11, insert the following:
                          ``(v) that target individuals 
                        recently employed in carbon-intensive 
                        industries, including the production, 
                        transportation, or distribution of 
                        fossil fuels and the generation of 
                        electricity from fossil fuels.
  Page 1863, after line 11, insert the following:
                  ``(E) Individuals recently employed in 
                carbon-intensive industries.--An eligible 
                entity applying to target individuals recently 
                employed in carbon-intensive industries and 
                establish or carry out pre-apprenticeship 
                programs and apprenticeship programs in 
                accordance with subsection (a)(1)(B)(v) shall 
                include as part of their application a 
                description of--
                          ``(i) specific strategies to target 
                        individuals recently employed in 
                        carbon-intensive industries for 
                        participation in the program;
                          ``(ii) a plan to assist the program 
                        participants in applying the skills 
                        utilized in carbon-intensive industries 
                        to employment opportunities in other 
                        sectors; and
                          ``(iii) wages and benefits offered to 
                        program participants that are 
                        commensurate with wages for similar 
                        work.
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 150. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Levin of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Division H, page 1668, after line 13, insert the following 
new title:

        TITLE XII--PUBLIC LAND RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT ACT


SEC. 71201. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Covered land.--The term ``covered land'' means 
        land that is--
                  (A) Federal lands administered by the 
                Secretary; and
                  (B) not excluded from the development of 
                geothermal, solar, or wind energy under--
                          (i) a land use plan; or
                          (ii) other Federal law.
          (2) Exclusion area.--The term ``exclusion area'' 
        means covered land that is identified by the Bureau of 
        Land Management as not suitable for development of 
        renewable energy projects.
          (3) Federal land.--The term ``Federal land'' means--
                  (A) public lands; and
                  (B) lands of the National Forest System as 
                described in section 11(a) of the Forest and 
                Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 
                1974 (16 U.S.C. 1609(a)).
          (4) Fund.--The term ``Fund'' means the Renewable 
        Energy Resource Conservation Fund established by 
        section 71204(c)(1).
          (5) Land use plan.--The term ``land use plan'' 
        means--
                  (A) in regard to Federal land, a land use 
                plan established under the Federal Land Policy 
                and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et 
                seq.); and
                  (B) in regard to National Forest System 
                lands, a land management plan approved, 
                amended, or revised under section 6 of the 
                Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources 
                Planning Act of 1974 (16 U.S.C. 1604).
          (6) Priority area.--The term ``priority area'' means 
        covered land identified by the land use planning 
        process of the Bureau of Land Management as being a 
        preferred location for a renewable energy project, 
        including a designated leasing area (as defined in 
        section 2801.5(b) of title 43, Code of Federal 
        Regulations (or a successor regulation)) that is 
        identified under the rule of the Bureau of Land 
        Management entitled ``Competitive Processes, Terms, and 
        Conditions for Leasing Public Lands for Solar and Wind 
        Energy Development and Technical Changes and 
        Corrections'' (81 Fed. Reg. 92122 (December 19, 2016)) 
        (or a successor regulation).
          (7) Public lands.--The term ``public lands'' has the 
        meaning given that term in section 103 of the Federal 
        Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
        1702).
          (8) Renewable energy project.--The term ``renewable 
        energy project'' means a project carried out on covered 
        land that uses wind, solar, or geothermal energy to 
        generate energy.
          (9) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of the Interior.
          (10) Variance area.--The term ``variance area'' means 
        covered land that is--
                  (A) not an exclusion area;
                  (B) not a priority area; and
                  (C) identified by the Secretary as 
                potentially available for renewable energy 
                development and could be approved without a 
                plan amendment, consistent with the principles 
                of multiple use (as defined in the Federal Land 
                Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
                1701 et seq.)).

SEC. 71202. LAND USE PLANNING; UPDATES TO PROGRAMMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL 
                    IMPACT STATEMENTS.

  (a) Priority Areas.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary, in consultation with 
        the Secretary of Energy, shall establish priority areas 
        on covered land for geothermal, solar, and wind energy 
        projects, consistent with the principles of multiple 
        use (as defined in the Federal Land Policy and 
        Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.)) and 
        the renewable energy permitting goal enacted by the 
        Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (Public Law 
        116-260). Among applications for a given renewable 
        energy source, proposed projects located in priority 
        areas for that renewable energy source shall--
                  (A) be given the highest priority for 
                incentivizing deployment thereon; and
                  (B) be offered the opportunity to participate 
                in any regional mitigation plan developed for 
                the relevant priority areas.
          (2) Establishing priority areas.--
                  (A) Geothermal energy.--For geothermal 
                energy, the Secretary shall establish priority 
                areas as soon as practicable, but not later 
                than 5 years, after the date of the enactment 
                of this Act.
                  (B) Solar energy.--For solar energy--
                          (i) solar designated leasing areas 
                        (including the solar energy zones 
                        established by Bureau of Land 
                        Management Solar Energy Program, 
                        established in October 2012), and any 
                        subsequent land use plan amendments, 
                        shall be considered to be priority 
                        areas for solar energy projects; and
                          (ii) the Secretary shall complete a 
                        process to consider establishing 
                        additional solar priority areas as soon 
                        as practicable, but not later than 3 
                        years, after the date of the enactment 
                        of this Act.
                  (C) Wind energy.--For wind energy, the 
                Secretary shall complete a process to consider 
                establishing additional wind priority areas as 
                soon as practicable, but not later than 3 
                years, after the date of the enactment of this 
                Act.
  (b) Variance Areas.--Variance areas shall be considered for 
renewable energy project development, consistent with the 
principles of multiple use (as defined in the Federal Land 
Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.)) and 
the renewable energy permitting goal enacted by the 
Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (Public Law 116-260), 
and applications for a given renewable energy source located in 
those variance areas shall be timely processed in order to 
assist in meeting that goal.
  (c) Review and Modification.--
          (1) In general.--Not less than once every 10 years, 
        the Secretary shall--
                  (A) review the adequacy of land allocations 
                for geothermal, solar, and wind energy 
                priority, exclusion, and variance areas for the 
                purpose of encouraging and facilitating new 
                renewable energy development opportunities; and
                  (B) based on the review carried out under 
                subparagraph (A), add, modify, or eliminate 
                priority, variance, and exclusion areas.
          (2) Exception.--Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the 
        renewable energy land use planning published in the 
        Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan developed by 
        the California Energy Commission, the California 
        Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Bureau of Land 
        Management, and the United States Fish and Wildlife 
        Service until January 1, 2031.
  (d) Compliance With the National Environmental Policy Act.--
For purposes of this section, compliance with the National 
Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) shall 
be accomplished--
          (1) for geothermal energy, by updating the document 
        entitled ``Final Programmatic Environmental Impact 
        Statement for Geothermal Leasing in the Western United 
        States'', dated October 2008, and incorporating any 
        additional regional analyses that have been completed 
        by Federal agencies since that programmatic 
        environmental impact statement was finalized;
          (2) for solar energy, by updating the document 
        entitled ``Final Programmatic Environmental Impact 
        Statement (PEIS) for Solar Energy Development in Six 
        Southwestern States'', dated July 2012, and 
        incorporating any additional regional analyses that 
        have been completed by Federal agencies since that 
        programmatic environmental impact statement was 
        finalized; and
          (3) for wind energy, by updating the document 
        entitled ``Final Programmatic Environmental Impact 
        Statement on Wind Energy Development on BLM-
        Administered Lands in the Western United States'', 
        dated July 2005, and incorporating any additional 
        regional analyses that have been completed by Federal 
        agencies since the programmatic environmental impact 
        statement was finalized.
  (e) No Effect on Processing Site Specific Applications.--Site 
specific environmental review and processing of permits for 
proposed projects shall proceed during preparation of an 
updated programmatic environmental impact statement, resource 
management plan, or resource management plan amendment.
  (f) Coordination.--In developing updates required by this 
section, the Secretary shall coordinate, on an ongoing basis, 
with appropriate State, Tribal, and local governments, 
transmission infrastructure owners and operators, developers, 
and other appropriate entities to ensure that priority areas 
identified by the Secretary are--
          (1) economically viable (including having access to 
        existing and planned transmission lines);
          (2) likely to avoid or minimize impacts to habitat 
        for animals and plants, recreation, cultural resources, 
        and other uses of covered land; and
          (3) consistent with section 202 of the Federal Land 
        Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1712), 
        including subsection (c)(9) of that section (43 U.S.C. 
        1712(c)(9)).

SEC. 71203. LIMITED GRANDFATHERING.

  (a) Definition of Project.--In this section, the term 
``project'' means a system described in section 2801.9(a)(4) of 
title 43, Code of Federal Regulations (as in effect on the date 
of the enactment of this Act).
  (b) Requirement To Pay Rents and Fees.--Unless otherwise 
agreed to by the owner of a project, the owner of a project 
that applied for a right-of-way under section 501 of the 
Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1761) 
on or before December 19, 2017, shall be obligated to pay with 
respect to the right-of-way all rents and fees in effect before 
the effective date of the rule of the Bureau of Land Management 
entitled ``Competitive Processes, Terms, and Conditions for 
Leasing Public Lands for Solar and Wind Energy Development and 
Technical Changes and Corrections'' (81 Fed. Reg. 92122 
(December 19, 2016)).

SEC. 71204. DISPOSITION OF REVENUES.

  (a) Disposition of Revenues.--
          (1) Availability.--Subject to future appropriations, 
        and except as provided in paragraph (2), beginning on 
        January 1, 2023, amounts collected from a wind or solar 
        project as bonus bids, rentals, fees, or other payments 
        under a right-of-way, permit, lease, or other 
        authorization, are authorized to be made available as 
        follows:
                  (A) Twenty-five percent shall be paid by the 
                Secretary of the Treasury to the State within 
                the boundaries of which the revenue is derived.
                  (B) Twenty-five percent shall be paid by the 
                Secretary of the Treasury to the one or more 
                counties within the boundaries of which the 
                revenue is derived, to be allocated among the 
                counties based on the percentage of land from 
                which the revenue is derived.
                  (C) Twenty-five percent shall be deposited in 
                the Treasury and be made available to the 
                Secretary to carry out the program established 
                under this title, including the transfer of the 
                funds by the Bureau of Land Management to other 
                Federal agencies and State agencies to 
                facilitate the processing of renewable energy 
                permits on Federal land, with priority given to 
                using the amounts, to the maximum extent 
                practicable without detrimental impacts to 
                emerging markets, to expediting the issuance of 
                permits required for the development of 
                renewable energy projects in the States from 
                which the revenues are derived.
                  (D) Twenty-five percent shall be deposited in 
                the Renewable Energy Resource Conservation Fund 
                established by subsection (c).
          (2) Exceptions.--Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the 
        following:
                  (A) Amounts collected under section 504(g) of 
                the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
                1976 (43 U.S.C. 1764(g)).
                  (B) Amounts deposited into the National Parks 
                and Public Land Legacy Restoration Fund under 
                section 200402(b) of title 54, United States 
                Code.
  (b) Payments to States and Counties.--
          (1) In general.--Amounts paid to States and counties 
        under subsection (a)(1) shall be used consistent with 
        section 35 of the Mineral Leasing Act (30 U.S.C. 191).
          (2) Payments in lieu of taxes.--A payment to a county 
        under paragraph (1) shall be in addition to a payment 
        in lieu of taxes received by the county under chapter 
        69 of title 31, United States Code.
  (c) Renewable Energy Resource Conservation Fund.--
          (1) In general.--There is established in the Treasury 
        a fund to be known as the Renewable Energy Resource 
        Conservation Fund, which shall be administered by the 
        Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of 
        Agriculture.
          (2) Use of funds.--The Secretary may make amounts in 
        the Fund available to Federal, State, local, and Tribal 
        agencies to be distributed in regions in which 
        renewable energy projects are located on Federal land. 
        Such amounts may be used to--
                  (A) restore and protect--
                          (i) fish and wildlife habitat for 
                        affected species;
                          (ii) fish and wildlife corridors for 
                        affected species; and
                          (iii) wetlands, streams, rivers, and 
                        other natural water bodies in areas 
                        affected by wind, geothermal, or solar 
                        energy development; and
                  (B) preserve and improve recreational access 
                to Federal land and water in an affected region 
                through an easement, right-of-way, or other 
                instrument from willing landowners for the 
                purpose of enhancing public access to existing 
                Federal land and water that is inaccessible or 
                restricted.
          (3) Partnerships.--The Secretary may enter into 
        cooperative agreements with State and Tribal agencies, 
        nonprofit organizations, and other appropriate entities 
        to carry out the activities described in paragraph (2).
          (4) Investment of fund.--
                  (A) In general.--Amounts deposited in the 
                Fund shall earn interest in an amount 
                determined by the Secretary of the Treasury on 
                the basis of the current average market yield 
                on outstanding marketable obligations of the 
                United States of comparable maturities.
                  (B) Use.--Interest earned under subparagraph 
                (A) may be expended in accordance with this 
                subsection.
          (5) Report to congress.--At the end of each fiscal 
        year, 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 that includes a description 
        of--
                  (A) the amount collected as described in 
                subsection (a), by source, during that fiscal 
                year;
                  (B) the amount and purpose of payments during 
                that fiscal year to each Federal, State, local, 
                and Tribal agency under paragraph (2); and
                  (C) the amount remaining in the Fund at the 
                end of the fiscal year.
          (6) Intent of congress.--It is the intent of Congress 
        that the revenues deposited and used in the Fund shall 
        supplement (and not supplant) annual appropriations for 
        activities described in paragraph (2).

SEC. 71205. SAVINGS.

  Notwithstanding any other provision of this title, the 
Secretary shall continue to manage public lands under the 
principles of multiple use and sustained yield in accordance 
with title I of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) or the Forest and Rangeland 
Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et 
seq.), as applicable, including due consideration of mineral 
and nonrenewable energy-related projects and other nonrenewable 
energy uses, for the purposes of land use planning, permit 
processing, and conducting environmental reviews.
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151. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lofgren of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 537, insert after line 4 the following (and redesignate 
the succeeding provisions accordingly):
          ``(8) identify, assess, and make recommendations to 
        address science and technology gaps that would not be 
        met without federal investment;
          ``(9) review administrative and legislative policies 
        and funding opportunities that affect private sector 
        science and technology activities, and identify and 
        make recommendations on policies that ensure a level 
        playing field for the participation and competitiveness 
        of small- and medium-sized businesses;''.
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152. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lofgren of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 785, after line 11, insert the following:

SEC. 20214. SUPERCOMPUTING FOR SAFER CHEMICALS (SUPERSAFE) CONSORTIUM.

  (a) Establishment.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Health and Human 
        Services (referred to in this section as the 
        ``Secretary''), through the Director of the National 
        Toxicology Program, and in collaboration with the heads 
        of any other relevant Federal agencies (including the 
        Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency 
        and the Secretary of Energy), shall form a consortium, 
        to be known as the ``Supercomputing for Safer Chemicals 
        (SUPERSAFE) Consortium'' (referred to in this section 
        as the ``Consortium'') with the National Laboratories 
        of the Department of Energy and public research 
        institutions to carry out the activities described in 
        subsection (b).
          (2) Inclusion of state agencies.--The Secretary shall 
        allow the head of a relevant State agency to join the 
        Consortium on request of the State agency.
  (b) Consortium Activities.--
          (1) In general.--The Consortium, working through the 
        National Laboratories and public research institutions, 
        shall use supercomputing, machine learning, and other 
        similar capabilities--
                  (A) to establish rapid approaches for large-
                scale identification of toxic substances and 
                the development of safer alternatives to toxic 
                substances by developing and validating 
                computational toxicology methods based on 
                unique high-performance computing, artificial 
                intelligence, machine learning, and precision 
                measurements;
                  (B) to address the need to identify safer 
                chemicals for use in consumer and industrial 
                products and in their manufacture to support 
                the move away from toxic substances and toward 
                safer-by-design alternatives; and
                  (C) to make recommendations on how the 
                information produced can be applied in risk 
                assessments and other characterizations for use 
                by the Environmental Protection Agency and 
                other agencies in regulatory decisions, and by 
                industry in identifying toxic and safer 
                chemicals.
          (2) Models.--In carrying out paragraph (1), the 
        Consortium--
                  (A) shall use supercomputers and other 
                virtual tools to develop, validate, and run 
                models to predict adverse health effects caused 
                by toxic substances and to identify safe 
                chemicals for use in products and 
                manufacturing; and
                  (B) may utilize, as needed, appropriate 
                biological test systems to test and evaluate 
                approaches and improve their predictability and 
                reliability in industrial and regulatory 
                applications.
  (c) Public Results.--The Consortium shall make model 
predictions, along with supporting documentation, available to 
the public in an accessible format.
  (d) Authorization of Appropriations.--
          (1) In general.--There is authorized to be 
        appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this 
        section--
                  (A) for fiscal year 2022, $20,000,000;
                  (B) for fiscal year 2023, $30,000,000; and
                  (C) for each of fiscal years 2024 through 
                2026, $35,000,000.
          (2) Availability.--From the amounts made available 
        under paragraph (1) for a fiscal year, not less than 
        $5,000,000 shall be available to the Environmental 
        Protection Agency.
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153. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lofgren of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In section 30003, add at the end the following:
          (9) The United States must ensure key environmental, 
        energy management, labor, and social responsibility 
        standards are maintained across the technology supply 
        chain, including--
                  (A) prohibitions on human trafficking and 
                fundamental rights outlined in the 
                International Labor Organization (ILO) 
                Declaration on the Fundamental Principles and 
                Rights at Work and as defined by the ILO 
                Conventions; and
                  (B) that such rules, norms, and standards are 
                in alignment with the values and interests of 
                the United States, its allies and partners, and 
                other stakeholders in the liberal international 
                order.
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    154. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Lowenthal of 
          California or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1549, after line 7, insert the following:
  (d) Definition of Protected Living Marine Resource.--Section 
610(e) of the High Seas Driftnet Fishing Moratorium Protection 
Act (16 U.S.C. 1826k(e)) is amended by striking paragraph (1) 
and inserting the following:
          ``(1) except as provided in paragraph (2), means 
        nontarget fish, sea turtles, seabirds, or marine 
        mammals that are protected under United States law or 
        international agreement, including--
                  ``(A) the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 
                1972 (16 U.S.C. 1361 et seq.);
                  ``(B) the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 
                U.S.C. 1531 et seq.);
                  ``(C) the Shark Finning Prohibition Act (16 
                U.S.C. 1822 note), including amendments made by 
                that Act; and
                  ``(D) the Convention on International Trade 
                in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, 
                done at Washington March 3, 1973 (27 UST 1087, 
                TIAS 8249); but''.
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   155. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Luetkemeyer of 
           Missouri or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

    At the end of division G insert the following:

TITLE XI--STUDY ON LISTED COMPANIES IN UNITED STATES FINANCIAL PRODUCTS

SEC. 61101. IN GENERAL.

    (a) Study.--Not later than 180 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act and annually for the 3 years thereafter, 
the Securities and Exchange Commission, in consultation with 
the Secretary of State and the Secretary of the Treasury, shall 
conduct a study on the presence of listed companies in United 
States financial products.
    (b) Report.--Not later than 30 days after the completion of 
a study required under subsection (a), the Securities and 
Exchange Commission shall submit 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 
that includes--
          (1) the name and provider of each exchange-traded 
        fund and index fund that includes a listed company;
          (2) the total number of exchange-traded funds and 
        index funds described in paragraph (1);
          (3) the total value of all investments in listed 
        companies;
          (4) the total number of investors investing in listed 
        companies; and
          (5) the number of exchange-traded fund and index fund 
        providers that notified investors that a financial 
        product of the provider included a listed company.
    (c) Congressional Briefing.--The Chairman of the Commission 
(or a designee) shall brief the Committee on Banking, Housing, 
and Urban Affairs of the Senate and the Committee on Financial 
Services of the House of Representatives with respect to each 
report submitted under subsection (b).
          (d) Listed Company Defined.--In this section, the 
        term ``listed company'' means a company--
          (1) included on--
                  (A) the Military End-User list or the Entity 
                List of the Bureau of Industry and Security of 
                the Department of Commerce;
                  (B) the Non-SDN Chinese Military-Industrial 
                Complex Companies List of the Office of Foreign 
                Assets Control; or
                  (C) the Chinese Military Companies list in 
                accordance with section 1260H of the National 
                Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021; 
                or
          (2) for which sanctions are imposed pursuant to the 
        Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act (22 
        U.S.C. 2656 note).
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156. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Luria of Virginia or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end the following:

   DIVISION M--NATIONAL SECURITY RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF CERTAIN FUNDS


SEC. 120001. PROHIBITION ON USE OF FUNDS TO OBTAIN COMMUNICATIONS 
                    EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES POSING NATIONAL SECURITY 
                    RISK.

  (a) In General.--The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (Public 
Law 117-2; 135 Stat. 4) is amended by adding at the end the 
following:

      ``TITLE XII--NATIONAL SECURITY RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF FUNDS


``SEC. 12001. PROHIBITION ON USE OF FUNDS TO OBTAIN COMMUNICATIONS 
                    EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES POSING NATIONAL SECURITY 
                    RISK.

  ``None of the funds made available under this Act or an 
amendment made by this Act may be used to purchase, rent, 
lease, or otherwise obtain any covered communications equipment 
or service, as defined in section 9 of the Secure and Trusted 
Communications Networks Act of 2019 (47 U.S.C. 1608).''.
  (b) Technical and Conforming Amendment.--The table of 
contents in section 2 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 
is amended by adding at the end the following:

       ``TITLE XII--NATIONAL SECURITY RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF FUNDS

``Sec. 12001. Prohibition on use of funds to obtain communications 
          equipment or services posing national security risk.''.
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  157. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Malinowski of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of title III of division D the following:

SEC. 30326. MODIFICATION OF AUTHORITY OF THE PRESIDENT UNDER THE EXPORT 
                    CONTROL REFORM ACT OF 2018.

  Section 1753(a)(2)(F) of the Export Control Reform Act of 
2018 (50 U.S.C. 4812(a)(2)(F)) is amended by inserting ``, 
security, or'' before ``intelligence''.
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 158. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Maloney of New York 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 331, after line 11, insert the following:
  (l) Grant Program to Increase the Participation of Women and 
Underrepresented Minorities in Stem Fields.--
          (1) Program authorized.--The Director of the National 
        Science Foundation shall award grants to eligible 
        entities, on a competitive basis, to enable such 
        eligible entities to carry out the activities described 
        in paragraph (4), in order to increase the 
        participation of women and underrepresented minorities 
        in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and 
        mathematics.
          (2) Application.--Each eligible entity that desires 
        to receive a grant under this subsection shall submit 
        an application to the National Science Foundation at 
        such time, in such manner, and containing such 
        information as the Director of the National Science 
        Foundation may reasonably require.
          (3) Authorized activities.--An eligible entity that 
        receives a grant under this subsection shall use such 
        grant funds to carry out one or more of the following 
        activities designed to increase the participation of 
        women or minorities underrepresented in science and 
        engineering, or both:
                  (A) Online workshops.
                  (B) Mentoring programs that partner science, 
                technology, engineering, or mathematics 
                professionals with students.
                  (C) Internships for undergraduate and 
                graduate students in the fields of science, 
                technology, engineering, and mathematics.
                  (D) Conducting outreach programs that provide 
                elementary school and secondary school students 
                with opportunities to increase their exposure 
                to the fields of science, technology, 
                engineering, or mathematics.
                  (E) Programs to increase the recruitment and 
                retention of underrepresented faculty.
                  (F) Such additional programs as the Director 
                of the National Science Foundation may 
                determine.
          (4) Definitions.--In this subsection--
                  (A) the term ``minority'' means American 
                Indian, Alaskan Native, Black (not of Hispanic 
                origin), Hispanic (including persons of 
                Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and Central or 
                South American origin), Asian (including 
                underrepresented subgroups), Native Hawaiian, 
                Pacific Islander origin subgroup, or other 
                ethnic group underrepresented in science and 
                engineering; and
                  (B) the term ``underrepresented in science 
                and engineering'' means a minority group whose 
                number of scientists and engineers per 10,000 
                population of that group is substantially below 
                the comparable figure for scientists and 
                engineers who are White and not of Hispanic 
                origin, as determined by the Secretary of 
                Education under section 637.4(b) of title 34, 
                Code of Federal Regulations.
          (5) Authorization of appropriations.--There are 
        authorized to be appropriated to carry out this 
        subsection $15,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2023, 
        2024, 2025, 2026, and 2027.
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  159. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Manning of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 259, after line 15, add the following:

                 Subtitle E--Manufacturing USA Program


SEC. 10261. EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH THE MANUFACTURING USA 
                    PROGRAM.

  (a) Participation of Minority-serving Institutions, 
Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Tribal 
Colleges and Universities.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Commerce, in 
        consultation with the Secretary of Energy, the 
        Secretary of Defense, and the heads of such other 
        Federal agencies as the Secretary of Commerce considers 
        relevant, shall coordinate with existing and new 
        Manufacturing USA institutes to integrate covered 
        entities as active members of the Manufacturing USA 
        institutes, including through the development of 
        preferences in selection criteria for proposals to 
        create new Manufacturing USA institutes or renew 
        existing Manufacturing USA institutes that include one 
        or more covered entities.
          (2) Covered entities.--For purposes of this 
        subsection, a covered entity is--
                  (A) an historically Black college or 
                university;
                  (B) a Tribal college or university;
                  (C) a minority-serving institution; or
                  (D) a minority business enterprise (as 
                defined in section 1400.2 of title 15, Code of 
                Federal Regulations, or successor regulation).
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  160. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Manning of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1708, line 1, strike ``doctoral'' and insert ``advanced 
degree''.
  Page 1708, line 8, after ``doctoral'' insert the following: 
``or, in the case of an alien who works in a critical industry 
(as such term is defined in section 20208 of the America 
COMPETES Act of 2022), a master's''.
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161. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative McEachin of Virginia 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 701, after line 24, insert the following:
                          (xiii) Identifying opportunities to 
                        reuse and recycle critical goods, 
                        including raw materials, to increase 
                        resilience of supply chains.
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  162. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative McKinley of West 
           Virginia or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 790, beginning on line 22, amend subsection (e) to read 
as follows:
  (e) Prohibition.--In carrying out the program, the Secretary 
may not award grants or direct loans for projects that will 
source solar components from, or supply their solar components 
to, any facility that--
          (1) uses forced labor; or
          (2) is located in--
                  (A) an area controlled by the Taliban or any 
                entity designated by the Secretary of State as 
                a foreign terrorist organization; or
                  (B) a foreign country of concern, as defined 
                in section 10306 of this Act.
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 163. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Meng of New York or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1241, beginning line 21, strike section 30313 and insert 
the following:

SEC. __ SENSE OF CONGRESS CONDEMNING ANTI-ASIAN RACISM AND 
                    DISCRIMINATION.

  (a) Findings.--Congress makes the following findings:
          (1) Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, crimes 
        and discrimination against Asians and those of Asian 
        descent have risen dramatically worldwide. In May 2020, 
        United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said 
        ``the pandemic continues to unleash a tsunami of hate 
        and xenophobia, scapegoating and scare-mongering'' and 
        urged governments to ``act now to strengthen the 
        immunity of our societies against the virus of hate''.
          (2) Over 2 million Asian Americans and Pacific 
        Islanders are working on the front lines of the COVID-
        19 pandemic in healthcare, law enforcement, first 
        responders, transportation, supermarkets, and other 
        service industries. AAPI workers also make up a large 
        share--between 6 percent and 12 percent based on 
        sector--of the bio medical field.
          (3) The United States Census Bureau notes that 
        Americans of Asian descent made up 7.2 percent of the 
        population according to the 2020 decennial census, and 
        that Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial 
        group in the United States, projected to represent 14 
        percent of the United States population by 2065.
          (4) Since January 2020, there has been a dramatic 
        increase in reports of hate crimes and incidents 
        against those of Asian descent;
          (5) According to reports, there are over 10,000 
        reported cases of anti-Asian American hate incidents 
        and discrimination related to COVID-19 between March 
        19, 2020 and September 30, 2021;
          (6) Local police departments are reporting an 
        exponential increase in anti-Asian hate incidents and 
        crimes. The New York Police Department reported a 343 
        percent spike in anti-Asian crime in 2021 from 2020, 
        and the San Francisco Police Department reported anti-
        AAPI hate crimes increased by 567 percent from 2020 to 
        2021;
          (7) Multiple incidents of anti-Asian violence 
        occurred since March 2020, including a woman wearing a 
        mask who was kicked and punched at a New York City 
        subway station, two children and two adults were 
        stabbed at a wholesale grocery store in Midland, Texas, 
        a couple was assaulted and robbed by a group of 
        attackers in Philadelphia, and a 16-year-old boy was 
        sent to the hospital after being attacked by bullies in 
        Los Angeles, California;
          (8) Anti-Asian discrimination and hate since the 
        start of the COVID-19 outbreak has continued throughout 
        the pandemic;
          (9) Since the start of 2021, there has been a surge 
        in anti-Asian attacks targeting predominately elderly 
        Asian Americans;
          (10) On January 30, 2021, an 84-year-old Thai man, 
        Vicha Ratanapakdee, died from injuries sustained from 
        an unprovoked assault while on his routine morning walk 
        in San Francisco, California;
          (11) In January 2021, a series of attacks occurred in 
        Oakland's Chinatown targeting Asian American seniors, 
        the victims included a 91-year-old man, a 60-year-old 
        man, and a 55-year-old woman, who were all violently 
        shoved to the ground in three separate incidents;
          (12) In February 2021, victims of anti-Asian violence 
        included a 61-year-old Filipino man who was attacked 
        and slashed across his face on a New York City subway, 
        a Filipino woman in her 80s who was punched in an 
        unprovoked attack while riding a trolley in San Diego, 
        and a 52-year-old Asian woman who was attacked and 
        forcefully shoved while waiting in line outside of a 
        bakery in Flushing, New York;
          (13) In December 2021, a 61-year-old Chinese man, Yao 
        Pan Ma, died from injuries sustained from an unprovoked 
        assault in April of 2021 in New York City;
          (14) Anti-Asian racism has also resulted in Asian 
        American businesses being targeted for vandalism;
          (15) There are approximately 2 million Asian 
        American-owned businesses that generate over $700 
        billion in annual revenue and employ millions of 
        workers;
          (16) More than 1,900,000 Asian American and Pacific 
        Islander older adults, particularly those older adults 
        who are recent immigrants or have limited English 
        proficiency, may face even greater challenges in 
        dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, including 
        discrimination, economic insecurity, and language 
        isolation;
          (17) The World Health Organization (WHO) and the 
        Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 
        recognize that naming COVID-19 by its geographic 
        location or linking it to a specific ethnicity 
        perpetuates stigma;
          (18) In 2015, the WHO issued guidance calling on 
        media outlets, scientists, and national authorities to 
        avoid naming infectious diseases for locations to avoid 
        stigmatizing groups of people;
          (19) On February 27, 2020, the Secretary of Health 
        and Human Services stated, ``ethnicity is not what 
        causes the novel coronavirus'' and that it is 
        inappropriate and inaccurate to call COVID-19 the 
        ``Chinese virus'';
          (20) On February 28, 2020, Dr. Mitch Wolfe, the Chief 
        Medical Officer of the CDC, said, ``Stigma is the enemy 
        of public health'';
          (21) On March 10, 2020, Dr. Robert Redfield, the 
        Director of the CDC, testified that use of the term 
        ``Chinese coronavirus'' is wrong and inappropriate;
          (22) On January 26, 2021, President Biden issued a 
        Presidential Memorandum ``Condemning and Combating 
        Racism, Xenophobia, and Intolerance Against Asian 
        Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States''.
  (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress as 
follows:
          (1) The use of anti-Asian terminology and rhetoric 
        related to COVID-19, such as the ``Chinese Virus'', 
        ``Wuhan Virus'', and ``Kung-flu'', has perpetuated 
        anti-Asian stigma.
          (2) The use of anti-Asian rhetoric has resulted in 
        Asian Americans being harassed, assaulted, and 
        scapegoated for the COVID-19 pandemic.
          (3) The reprehensible attacks on people of Asian 
        descent and the concerning increase in anti-Asian 
        sentiment and racism in the United States and around 
        the world have no place in a peaceful, civilized, and 
        tolerant world.
          (4) The United States is a diverse country with a 
        proud tradition of immigration, and the strength and 
        vibrancy of the United States is enhanced by the 
        diverse ethnic backgrounds and tolerance of its 
        citizens, including Asian Americans and Pacific 
        Islanders.
          (5) The United States Government should encourage 
        foreign governments to use the official and scientific 
        names for the COVID-19 pandemic, as recommended by the 
        World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease 
        Control and Prevention.
          (6) The United States Government and other 
        governments around the world must actively oppose 
        racism and intolerance, and use all available and 
        appropriate tools to combat the spread of anti-Asian 
        racism and discrimination.
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      164. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Meuser of 
         Pennsylvania or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 50103.
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165. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Miller of Illinois or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Pages 300 through 301, lines 25 through 4, strike ``by--'' 
and all that follows through ``load;'' and insert ``by student 
debt load;''.
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 166. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Morelle of New York 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 72, beginning on line 16, strike ``is amended by adding 
at the end the following:'' and insert ``is amended--''.
  Page 72, after line 17, insert the following:
          (1) in subsection (a)(3)(A)(ii)(II), by inserting ``, 
        including for technologies based on organic and 
        inorganic materials'' before the semicolon at the end; 
        and
          (2) by adding at the end the following:
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167. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Newman of Illinois or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 552, line 24, after ``transfer,'' insert ``skills 
training and workforce development,''.
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168. An amendment To Be Offered by Representative Newman of Illinois or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 728, line 24, strike ``and''.
  Page 729, line 5, strike the period at the end and insert ``; 
and''.
  Page 729, after line 5, insert the following:
                  (C) small and medium sized manufacturers.
  Page 734, after line 19, insert the following:
          (9) Leverage existing mechanisms for the Federal 
        Government to provide supply chain solutions, including 
        manufacturing technology, in collaboration with the 
        Manufacturing USA institutes and Manufacturing 
        Extension Partnerships described in paragraph (1). The 
        Manufacturing USA institutes and Manufacturing 
        Extension Partnerships may provide products, tools, and 
        workforce development solutions related to critical 
        supply chain resiliency for United States 
        manufacturers, with allocated resources specific to 
        small and medium sized manufacturers.
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   169. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Norcross of New 
            Jersey or his Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 575, line 19, after ``commercialization'', insert ``and 
domestic production''.
  Page 585, line 18, after ``incubation'', insert ``, early-
stage production''.
  Page 587, line 9, after ``incubators'', insert ``and 
production testbeds''.
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170. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ocasio-Cortez of New 
             York or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 64, after line 11, insert the following:
  (f) Limitation on Using Amounts for Stock Buybacks or the 
Payment of Dividends.--
          (1) In general.--A person receiving amounts 
        appropriated under this section or from a covered fund 
        may not use such amounts--
                  (A) to purchase an equity security that is 
                listed on a national securities exchange of 
                such person or any parent company of such 
                person; or
                  (B) to pay dividends or make other capital 
                distributions with respect to the common stock 
                (or equivalent interest) of the person.
          (2) Covered fund.--In this subsection, the term 
        ``covered fund'' means--
                  (A) the Creating Helpful Incentives to 
                Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) for America 
                Fund;
                  (B) the Creating Helpful Incentives to 
                Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) for America 
                Defense Fund; and
                  (C) the Creating Helpful Incentives to 
                Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) for America 
                International Technology Security and 
                Innovation Fund.
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171. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ocasio-Cortez of New 
             York or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1392, line 21, strike ``$4,000,000,000'' and insert 
``$5,500,000,000''.
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172. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative O'Halleran of Arizona 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 698, line 7, strike ``; and'' and insert a semicolon.
  Page 698, line 13, strike the period at the end and insert 
``; and''.
  Page 698, after line 13, insert the following:
                          (iv) how supply chain shocks could 
                        affect rural, Tribal, and underserved 
                        communities.
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    173. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pappas of New 
          Hampshire or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1455, beginning line 24, insert the following:
                  ``(B) Covered items may only be supplied 
                pursuant to subparagraph (A) to the extent that 
                United States entities that qualify as small 
                business concerns are unable to manufacture 
                covered items that meet the criteria identified 
                in subparagraph (C).''.
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    174. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pappas of New 
          Hampshire or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title VI of division D, add the following:

SEC. 30613. RURAL EXPORT CENTER.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Assistant secretary.--The term ``Assistant 
        Secretary'' means the Assistant Secretary of Commerce 
        and Director General of the United States and Foreign 
        Commercial Service appointed pursuant to section 
        2301(a)(2) of the Export Enhancement Act of 1988 (15 
        U.S.C. 4721(a)(2)).
          (2) Commercial service.--The term ``Commercial 
        Service'' means the United States and Foreign 
        Commercial Service established under section 2301(a)(1) 
        of the Export Enhancement Act of 1988 (15 U.S.C. 
        4721(a)(1)).
  (b) Establishment of the Rural Export Center.--
          (1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the date 
        of the enactment of this Act, the Assistant Secretary 
        shall establish a Rural Export Center (in this section 
        referred to as the ``Center'') for the purpose of 
        providing businesses located in rural areas in the 
        United States with resources to help those businesses 
        export their products.
          (2) Location of the center.--
                  (A) In general.--The Center shall be 
                established at an office of the Commercial 
                Service in the United States in existence 
                before the date of the enactment of this Act.
                  (B) Criteria for selecting location.--In 
                selecting a location for the Center, the 
                Assistant Secretary shall give preference--
                          (i) based on expertise and operations 
                        at Commercial Service offices that 
                        support rural businesses exporting to 
                        new markets before the date of the 
                        enactment of this Act; and
                          (ii) to such offices not located in 
                        major metropolitan areas.
                  (C) Location of staff.--Any researcher or 
                staff directly supporting the operation of the 
                Center shall be primarily based at the Center.
  (c) Export Center Operations.--
          (1) In general.--The Center shall--
                  (A) provide in-depth, customized, and 
                actionable market research services that--
                          (i) a business may opt into based on 
                        need; and
                          (ii) are--
                                  (I) focused on actionable and 
                                measurable results for a 
                                business;
                                  (II) business- and product-
                                specific;
                                  (III) targeted to not more 
                                than 3 international markets;
                                  (IV) based on high-quality 
                                data, including data from 
                                international trade association 
                                subscription databases; and
                                  (V) based on market analysis 
                                and export services of the 
                                Commercial Service available 
                                before the date of the 
                                enactment of this Act, 
                                including the Rural America's 
                                Intelligence Service for 
                                Exporters program; and
                  (B) conduct strategic planning and export 
                support services for rural businesses as 
                needed.
          (2) Measure of effectiveness.--To measure the 
        effectiveness of the Center, the Center shall collect 
        and make available data on--
                  (A) the number of businesses that sign up for 
                market research assistance;
                  (B) the number of export assistance services 
                a business engages in following the research 
                assistance, including--
                          (i) trade shows;
                          (ii) trade missions; and
                          (iii) other services facilitated by 
                        the Center; and
                  (C) the total monetary value of exports 
                facilitated by the services provided by the 
                Center.
          (3) Website for the center.--The Center shall 
        maintain an internet website that includes--
                  (A) data collected by the Center;
                  (B) best practices for rural businesses 
                beginning to evaluate export opportunities; and
                  (C) appropriate contact information for staff 
                at the Center.
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    175. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pappas of New 
          Hampshire or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

      TITLE XII--INCREASING COMMUNITY ACCESS TO RESILIENCY GRANTS


SEC. 71201. CENTRALIZED WEBSITE FOR RESILIENCY GRANTS.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
enactment of this subsection, the Administrator shall establish 
and regularly update a publicly available website that 
includes--
          (1) hyperlinks to all grants administered by the 
        National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and 
        hyperlinks to other Federal agencies that offer similar 
        grants to assist State, Tribal, and local governments 
        with resiliency, adaptation, and mitigation of climate 
        change and sea level rise; and
          (2) with respect to each such grant, the contact 
        information for an individual who can offer assistance 
        to State, Tribal, and local governments.
  (b) Outreach.--The Administrator shall conduct outreach 
activities to inform State, Tribal, and local governments of 
the resiliency, adaptation, and mitigation grants.
  (c) Administrator.--In this section, the term 
``Administrator'' means the Secretary of Commerce acting 
through the Administrator of the National Oceanic and 
Atmospheric Administration.
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    176. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pappas of New 
          Hampshire or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

    Page 172, line 15, after ``institutions,'', insert 
``institutions in rural and remote areas,''.
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  177. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Payne, Jr. of New 
            Jersey or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1926, line 1, insert ``library,'' before ``community''.
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    178. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perlmutter of 
           Colorado or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In division G, add at the end the following:

                         TITLE XI--SAFE BANKING


SEC. 61101. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS; PURPOSE.

  (a) Short Title.--This title may be cited as the ``Secure And 
Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2022'' or the ``SAFE Banking 
Act of 2022''.
  (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this title 
is as follows:

                         TITLE XI--SAFE BANKING

Sec. 61101. Short title; table of contents; purpose.
Sec. 61102. Safe harbor for depository institutions.
Sec. 61103. Protections for ancillary businesses.
Sec. 61104. Protections under Federal law.
Sec. 61105. Rules of construction.
Sec. 61106. Requirements for filing suspicious activity reports.
Sec. 61107. Guidance and examination procedures.
Sec. 61108. Annual diversity and inclusion report.
Sec. 61109. GAO study on diversity and inclusion.
Sec. 61110. GAO study on effectiveness of certain reports on finding 
          certain persons.
Sec. 61111. Application of this title with respect to hemp-related 
          legitimate businesses and hemp-related service providers.
Sec. 61112. Banking services for hemp-related legitimate businesses and 
          hemp-related service providers.
Sec. 61113. Requirements for deposit account termination requests and 
          orders.
Sec. 61114. Definitions.
Sec. 61115. Discretionary surplus funds.
  (c) Purpose.--The purpose of this title is to increase public 
safety by ensuring access to financial services to cannabis-
related legitimate businesses and service providers and 
reducing the amount of cash at such businesses.

SEC. 61102. SAFE HARBOR FOR DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS.

  (a) In General.--A Federal banking regulator may not--
                  (1) terminate or limit the deposit insurance 
                or share insurance of a depository institution 
                under the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 
                U.S.C. 1811 et seq.), the Federal Credit Union 
                Act (12 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.), or take any other 
                adverse action against a depository institution 
                under section 8 of the Federal Deposit 
                Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1818) solely because 
                the depository institution provides or has 
                provided financial services to a cannabis-
                related legitimate business or service 
                provider;
                  (2) prohibit, penalize, or otherwise 
                discourage a depository institution from 
                providing financial services to a cannabis-
                related legitimate business or service provider 
                or to a State, political subdivision of a 
                State, or Indian Tribe that exercises 
                jurisdiction over cannabis-related legitimate 
                businesses;
                  (3) recommend, incentivize, or encourage a 
                depository institution not to offer financial 
                services to an account holder, or to downgrade 
                or cancel the financial services offered to an 
                account holder solely because--
                          (A) the account holder is a cannabis-
                        related legitimate business or service 
                        provider, or is an employee, owner, or 
                        operator of a cannabis-related 
                        legitimate business or service 
                        provider;
                          (B) the account holder later becomes 
                        an employee, owner, or operator of a 
                        cannabis-related legitimate business or 
                        service provider; or
                          (C) the depository institution was 
                        not aware that the account holder is an 
                        employee, owner, or operator of a 
                        cannabis-related legitimate business or 
                        service provider;
                  (4) take any adverse or corrective 
                supervisory action on a loan made to--
                          (A) a cannabis-related legitimate 
                        business or service provider, solely 
                        because the business is a cannabis-
                        related legitimate business or service 
                        provider;
                          (B) an employee, owner, or operator 
                        of a cannabis-related legitimate 
                        business or service provider, solely 
                        because the employee, owner, or 
                        operator is employed by, owns, or 
                        operates a cannabis-related legitimate 
                        business or service provider, as 
                        applicable; or
                          (C) an owner or operator of real 
                        estate or equipment that is leased to a 
                        cannabis-related legitimate business or 
                        service provider, solely because the 
                        owner or operator of the real estate or 
                        equipment leased the equipment or real 
                        estate to a cannabis-related legitimate 
                        business or service provider, as 
                        applicable; or
                  (5) prohibit or penalize a depository 
                institution (or entity performing a financial 
                service for or in association with a depository 
                institution) for, or otherwise discourage a 
                depository institution (or entity performing a 
                financial service for or in association with a 
                depository institution) from, engaging in a 
                financial service for a cannabis-related 
                legitimate business or service provider.
  (b) Safe Harbor Applicable to De Novo Institutions.--
Subsection (a) shall apply to an institution applying for a 
depository institution charter to the same extent as such 
subsection applies to a depository institution.

SEC. 61103. PROTECTIONS FOR ANCILLARY BUSINESSES.

  For the purposes of sections 1956 and 1957 of title 18, 
United States Code, and all other provisions of Federal law, 
the proceeds from a transaction involving activities of a 
cannabis-related legitimate business or service provider shall 
not be considered proceeds from an unlawful activity solely 
because--
          (1) the transaction involves proceeds from a 
        cannabis-related legitimate business or service 
        provider; or
          (2) the transaction involves proceeds from--
                  (A) cannabis-related activities described in 
                section 61114(4)(B) conducted by a cannabis-
                related legitimate business; or
                  (B) activities described in section 
                61114(13)(A) conducted by a service provider.

SEC. 61104. PROTECTIONS UNDER FEDERAL LAW.

  (a) In General.--With respect to providing a financial 
service to a cannabis-related legitimate business (where such 
cannabis-related legitimate business operates within a State, 
political subdivision of a State, or Indian country that allows 
the cultivation, production, manufacture, sale, transportation, 
display, dispensing, distribution, or purchase of cannabis 
pursuant to a law or regulation of such State, political 
subdivision, or Indian Tribe that has jurisdiction over the 
Indian country, as applicable) or a service provider (wherever 
located), a depository institution, entity performing a 
financial service for or in association with a depository 
institution, or insurer that provides a financial service to a 
cannabis-related legitimate business or service provider, and 
the officers, directors, and employees of that depository 
institution, entity, or insurer may not be held liable pursuant 
to any Federal law or regulation--
          (1) solely for providing such a financial service; or
          (2) for further investing any income derived from 
        such a financial service.
  (b) Protections for Federal Reserve Banks and Federal Home 
Loan Banks.--With respect to providing a service to a 
depository institution that provides a financial service to a 
cannabis-related legitimate business (where such cannabis-
related legitimate business operates within a State, political 
subdivision of a State, or Indian country that allows the 
cultivation, production, manufacture, sale, transportation, 
display, dispensing, distribution, or purchase of cannabis 
pursuant to a law or regulation of such State, political 
subdivision, or Indian Tribe that has jurisdiction over the 
Indian country, as applicable) or service provider (wherever 
located), a Federal reserve bank or Federal Home Loan Bank, and 
the officers, directors, and employees of the Federal reserve 
bank or Federal Home Loan Bank, may not be held liable pursuant 
to any Federal law or regulation--
          (1) solely for providing such a service; or
          (2) for further investing any income derived from 
        such a service.
  (c) Protections for Insurers.--With respect to engaging in 
the business of insurance within a State, political subdivision 
of a State, or Indian country that allows the cultivation, 
production, manufacture, sale, transportation, display, 
dispensing, distribution, or purchase of cannabis pursuant to a 
law or regulation of such State, political subdivision, or 
Indian Tribe that has jurisdiction over the Indian country, as 
applicable, an insurer that engages in the business of 
insurance with a cannabis-related legitimate business or 
service provider or who otherwise engages with a person in a 
transaction permissible under State law related to cannabis, 
and the officers, directors, and employees of that insurer may 
not be held liable pursuant to any Federal law or regulation--
          (1) solely for engaging in the business of insurance; 
        or
          (2) for further investing any income derived from the 
        business of insurance.
  (d) Forfeiture.--
          (1) Depository institutions.--A depository 
        institution that has a legal interest in the collateral 
        for a loan or another financial service provided to an 
        owner, employee, or operator of a cannabis-related 
        legitimate business or service provider, or to an owner 
        or operator of real estate or equipment that is leased 
        or sold to a cannabis-related legitimate business or 
        service provider, shall not be subject to criminal, 
        civil, or administrative forfeiture of that legal 
        interest pursuant to any Federal law for providing such 
        loan or other financial service.
          (2) Federal reserve banks and federal home loan 
        banks.--A Federal reserve bank or Federal Home Loan 
        Bank that has a legal interest in the collateral for a 
        loan or another financial service provided to a 
        depository institution that provides a financial 
        service to a cannabis-related legitimate business or 
        service provider, or to an owner or operator of real 
        estate or equipment that is leased or sold to a 
        cannabis-related legitimate business or service 
        provider, shall not be subject to criminal, civil, or 
        administrative forfeiture of that legal interest 
        pursuant to any Federal law for providing such loan or 
        other financial service.

SEC. 61105. RULES OF CONSTRUCTION.

  (a) No Requirement to Provide Financial Services.--Nothing in 
this title shall require a depository institution, entity 
performing a financial service for or in association with a 
depository institution, or insurer to provide financial 
services to a cannabis-related legitimate business, service 
provider, or any other business.
  (b) General Examination, Supervisory, and Enforcement 
Authority.--Nothing in this title may be construed in any way 
as limiting or otherwise restricting the general examination, 
supervisory, and enforcement authority of the Federal banking 
regulators, provided that the basis for any supervisory or 
enforcement action is not the provision of financial services 
to a cannabis-related legitimate business or service provider.
  (c) Business of Insurance.--Nothing in this title shall 
interfere with the regulation of the business of insurance in 
accordance with the Act of March 9, 1945 (59 Stat. 33, chapter 
20; 15 U.S.C. 1011 et seq.) (commonly known as the ``McCarran-
Ferguson Act'') and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and 
Consumer Protection Act (12 U.S.C. 5301 et seq.).

SEC. 61106. REQUIREMENTS FOR FILING SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTS.

  Section 5318(g) of title 31, United States Code, is amended 
by adding at the end the following:
          ``(5) Requirements for cannabis-related legitimate 
        businesses.--
                  ``(A) In general.--With respect to a 
                financial institution or any director, officer, 
                employee, or agent of a financial institution 
                that reports a suspicious transaction pursuant 
                to this subsection, if the reason for the 
                report relates to a cannabis-related legitimate 
                business or service provider, the report shall 
                comply with appropriate guidance issued by the 
                Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Not later 
                than the end of the 180-day period beginning on 
                the date of enactment of this paragraph, the 
                Secretary shall update the February 14, 2014, 
                guidance titled `BSA Expectations Regarding 
                Marijuana-Related Businesses' (FIN-2014-G001) 
                to ensure that the guidance is consistent with 
                the purpose and intent of the SAFE Banking Act 
                of 2022 and does not significantly inhibit the 
                provision of financial services to a cannabis-
                related legitimate business or service provider 
                in a State, political subdivision of a State, 
                or Indian country that has allowed the 
                cultivation, production, manufacture, 
                transportation, display, dispensing, 
                distribution, sale, or purchase of cannabis 
                pursuant to law or regulation of such State, 
                political subdivision, or Indian Tribe that has 
                jurisdiction over the Indian country.
                  ``(B) Definitions.--For purposes of this 
                paragraph:
                          ``(i) Cannabis.--The term `cannabis' 
                        has the meaning given the term 
                        `marihuana' in section 102 of the 
                        Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 
                        802).
                          ``(ii) Cannabis-related legitimate 
                        business.--The term `cannabis-related 
                        legitimate business' has the meaning 
                        given that term in section 61114 of the 
                        SAFE Banking Act of 2022.
                          ``(iii) Indian country.--The term 
                        `Indian country' has the meaning given 
                        that term in section 1151 of title 18.
                          ``(iv) Indian tribe.--The term 
                        `Indian Tribe' has the meaning given 
                        that term in section 102 of the 
                        Federally Recognized Indian Tribe List 
                        Act of 1994 (25 U.S.C. 479a).
                          ``(v) Financial service.--The term 
                        `financial service' has the meaning 
                        given that term in section 61114 of the 
                        SAFE Banking Act of 2022.
                          ``(vi) Service provider.--The term 
                        `service provider' has the meaning 
                        given that term in section 61114 of the 
                        SAFE Banking Act of 2022.
                          ``(vii) State.--The term `State' 
                        means each of the several States, the 
                        District of Columbia, the Commonwealth 
                        of Puerto Rico, and any territory or 
                        possession of the United States.''.

SEC. 61107. GUIDANCE AND EXAMINATION PROCEDURES.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Financial Institutions Examination Council shall 
develop uniform guidance and examination procedures for 
depository institutions that provide financial services to 
cannabis-related legitimate businesses and service providers.

SEC. 61108. ANNUAL DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION REPORT.

  The Federal banking regulators shall issue an annual report 
to Congress containing--
          (1) information and data on the availability of 
        access to financial services for minority-owned and 
        women-owned cannabis-related legitimate businesses; and
          (2) any regulatory or legislative recommendations for 
        expanding access to financial services for minority-
        owned and women-owned cannabis-related legitimate 
        businesses.

SEC. 61109. GAO STUDY ON DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION.

  (a) Study.--The Comptroller General of the United States 
shall carry out a study on the barriers to marketplace entry, 
including in the licensing process, and the access to financial 
services for potential and existing minority-owned and women-
owned cannabis-related legitimate businesses.
  (b) Report.--The Comptroller General shall issue a report to 
the Congress--
          (1) containing all findings and determinations made 
        in carrying out the study required under subsection 
        (a); and
          (2) containing any regulatory or legislative 
        recommendations for removing barriers to marketplace 
        entry, including in the licensing process, and 
        expanding access to financial services for potential 
        and existing minority-owned and women-owned cannabis-
        related legitimate businesses.

SEC. 61110. GAO STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF CERTAIN REPORTS ON FINDING 
                    CERTAIN PERSONS.

  Not later than 2 years after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Comptroller General of the United States shall 
carry out a study on the effectiveness of reports on suspicious 
transactions filed pursuant to section 5318(g) of title 31, 
United States Code, at finding individuals or organizations 
suspected or known to be engaged with transnational criminal 
organizations and whether any such engagement exists in a 
State, political subdivision, or Indian Tribe that has 
jurisdiction over Indian country that allows the cultivation, 
production, manufacture, sale, transportation, display, 
dispensing, distribution, or purchase of cannabis. The study 
shall examine reports on suspicious transactions as follows:
          (1) During the period of 2014 until the date of the 
        enactment of this Act, reports relating to marijuana-
        related businesses.
          (2) During the 1-year period after date of the 
        enactment of this Act, reports relating to cannabis-
        related legitimate businesses.

SEC. 61111. APPLICATION OF THIS TITLE WITH RESPECT TO HEMP-RELATED 
                    LEGITIMATE BUSINESSES AND HEMP-RELATED SERVICE 
                    PROVIDERS.

  (a) In General.--The provisions of this title (other than 
sections 61106 and 61110) shall apply with respect to hemp-
related legitimate businesses and hemp-related service 
providers in the same manner as such provisions apply with 
respect to cannabis-related legitimate businesses and service 
providers.
  (b) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) CBD.--The term ``CBD'' means cannabidiol.
          (2) Hemp.--The term ``hemp'' has the meaning given 
        that term under section 297A of the Agricultural 
        Marketing Act of 1946 (7 U.S.C. 1639o).
          (3) Hemp-related legitimate business.--The term 
        ``hemp-related legitimate business'' means a 
        manufacturer, producer, or any person or company that--
                  (A) engages in any activity described in 
                subparagraph (B) in conformity with the 
                Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (Public 
                Law 115-334) and the regulations issued to 
                implement such Act by the Department of 
                Agriculture, where applicable, and the law of a 
                State or political subdivision thereof or 
                Indian Tribe; and
                  (B) participates in any business or organized 
                activity that involves handling hemp, hemp-
                derived CBD products, and other hemp-derived 
                cannabinoid products, including cultivating, 
                producing, extracting, manufacturing, selling, 
                transporting, displaying, dispensing, 
                distributing, or purchasing hemp, hemp-derived 
                CBD products, and other hemp-derived 
                cannabinoid products.
          (4) Hemp-related service provider.--The term ``hemp-
        related service provider''--
                  (A) means a business, organization, or other 
                person that--
                          (i) sells goods or services to a 
                        hemp-related legitimate business; or
                          (ii) provides any business services, 
                        including the sale or lease of real or 
                        any other property, legal or other 
                        licensed services, or any other 
                        ancillary service, relating to hemp, 
                        hemp-derived CBD products, or other 
                        hemp-derived cannabinoid products; and
                  (B) does not include a business, 
                organization, or other person that participates 
                in any business or organized activity that 
                involves handling hemp, hemp-derived CBD 
                products, or other hemp-derived cannabinoid 
                products, including cultivating, producing, 
                manufacturing, selling, transporting, 
                displaying, dispensing, distributing, or 
                purchasing hemp, hemp-derived CBD products, and 
                other hemp-derived cannabinoid products.

SEC. 61112. BANKING SERVICES FOR HEMP-RELATED LEGITIMATE BUSINESSES AND 
                    HEMP-RELATED SERVICE PROVIDERS.

  (a) Findings.--The Congress finds that--
          (1) the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (Public 
        Law 115-334) legalized hemp by removing it from the 
        definition of ``marihuana'' under the Controlled 
        Substances Act;
          (2) despite the legalization of hemp, some hemp 
        businesses (including producers, manufacturers, and 
        retailers) continue to have difficulty gaining access 
        to banking products and services; and
          (3) businesses involved in the sale of hemp-derived 
        CBD products are particularly affected, due to 
        confusion about the legal status of such products.
  (b) Federal Banking Regulators' Hemp Banking Guidance.--Not 
later than the end of the 90-day period beginning on the date 
of enactment of this Act, the Federal banking regulators shall 
update their existing guidance, as applicable, regarding the 
provision of financial services to hemp-related legitimate 
businesses and hemp-related service providers to address--
          (1) compliance with financial institutions' existing 
        obligations under Federal laws and implementing 
        regulations determined relevant by the Federal banking 
        regulators, including subchapter II of chapter 53 of 
        title 31, United States Code, and its implementing 
        regulation in conformity with this title and the 
        Department of Agriculture's rules regulating domestic 
        hemp production (7 CFR 990); and
          (2) best practices for financial institutions to 
        follow when providing financial services, including 
        processing payments, to hemp-related legitimate 
        businesses and hemp-related service providers.
  (c) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Financial institution.--The term ``financial 
        institution''--
                  (A) has the meaning given that term under 
                section 5312(a) of title 31, United States 
                Code; and
                  (B) includes a bank holding company, as 
                defined under section 2(a) of the Bank Holding 
                Company Act of 1956 (12 U.S.C. 1841(a)).
          (2) Hemp terms.--The terms ``CBD'', ``hemp'', ``hemp-
        related legitimate business'', and ``hemp-related 
        service provider'' have the meaning given those terms, 
        respectively, under section 61111.

SEC. 61113. REQUIREMENTS FOR DEPOSIT ACCOUNT TERMINATION REQUESTS AND 
                    ORDERS.

  (a) Termination Requests or Orders Must Be Valid.--
          (1) In general.--An appropriate Federal banking 
        agency may not formally or informally request or order 
        a depository institution to terminate a specific 
        customer account or group of customer accounts or to 
        otherwise restrict or discourage a depository 
        institution from entering into or maintaining a banking 
        relationship with a specific customer or group of 
        customers unless--
                  (A) the agency has a valid reason for such 
                request or order; and
                  (B) such reason is not based solely on 
                reputation risk.
          (2) Treatment of national security threats.--If an 
        appropriate Federal banking agency believes a specific 
        customer or group of customers is, or is acting as a 
        conduit for, an entity which--
                  (A) poses a threat to national security;
                  (B) is involved in terrorist financing;
                  (C) is an agency of the Government of Iran, 
                North Korea, Syria, or any country listed from 
                time to time on the State Sponsors of Terrorism 
                list;
                  (D) is located in, or is subject to the 
                jurisdiction of, any country specified in 
                subparagraph (C); or
                  (E) does business with any entity described 
                in subparagraph (C) or (D), unless the 
                appropriate Federal banking agency determines 
                that the customer or group of customers has 
                used due diligence to avoid doing business with 
                any entity described in subparagraph (C) or 
                (D),
        such belief shall satisfy the requirement under 
        paragraph (1).
  (b) Notice Requirement.--
          (1) In general.--If an appropriate Federal banking 
        agency formally or informally requests or orders a 
        depository institution to terminate a specific customer 
        account or a group of customer accounts, the agency 
        shall--
                  (A) provide such request or order to the 
                institution in writing; and
                  (B) accompany such request or order with a 
                written justification for why such termination 
                is needed, including any specific laws or 
                regulations the agency believes are being 
                violated by the customer or group of customers, 
                if any.
          (2) Justification requirement.--A justification 
        described under paragraph (1)(B) may not be based 
        solely on the reputation risk to the depository 
        institution.
  (c) Customer Notice.--
          (1) Notice required.--Except as provided under 
        paragraph (2) or as otherwise prohibited from being 
        disclosed by law, if an appropriate Federal banking 
        agency orders a depository institution to terminate a 
        specific customer account or a group of customer 
        accounts, the depository institution shall inform the 
        specific customer or group of customers of the 
        justification for the customer's account termination 
        described under subsection (b).
          (2) Notice prohibited.--
                  (A) Notice prohibited in cases of national 
                security.--If an appropriate Federal banking 
                agency requests or orders a depository 
                institution to terminate a specific customer 
                account or a group of customer accounts based 
                on a belief that the customer or customers pose 
                a threat to national security, or are otherwise 
                described under subsection (a)(2), neither the 
                depository institution nor the appropriate 
                Federal banking agency may inform the customer 
                or customers of the justification for the 
                customer's account termination.
                  (B) Notice prohibited in other cases.--If an 
                appropriate Federal banking agency determines 
                that the notice required under paragraph (1) 
                may interfere with an authorized criminal 
                investigation, neither the depository 
                institution nor the appropriate Federal banking 
                agency may inform the specific customer or 
                group of customers of the justification for the 
                customer's account termination.
  (d) Reporting Requirement.--Each appropriate Federal banking 
agency shall issue an annual report to the Congress stating--
          (1) the aggregate number of specific customer 
        accounts that the agency requested or ordered a 
        depository institution to terminate during the previous 
        year; and
          (2) the legal authority on which the agency relied in 
        making such requests and orders and the frequency on 
        which the agency relied on each such authority.
  (e) Definitions.--For purposes of this section:
          (1) Appropriate federal banking agency.--The term 
        ``appropriate Federal banking agency'' means--
                  (A) the appropriate Federal banking agency, 
                as defined under section 3 of the Federal 
                Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1813); and
                  (B) the National Credit Union Administration, 
                in the case of an insured credit union.
          (2) Depository institution.--The term ``depository 
        institution'' means--
                  (A) a depository institution, as defined 
                under section 3 of the Federal Deposit 
                Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1813); and
                  (B) an insured credit union.

SEC. 61114. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Business of insurance.--The term ``business of 
        insurance'' has the meaning given such term in section 
        1002 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer 
        Protection Act (12 U.S.C. 5481).
          (2) Cannabis.--The term ``cannabis'' has the meaning 
        given the term ``marihuana'' in section 102 of the 
        Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 802).
          (3) Cannabis product.--The term ``cannabis product'' 
        means any article which contains cannabis, including an 
        article which is a concentrate, an edible, a tincture, 
        a cannabis-infused product, or a topical.
          (4) Cannabis-related legitimate business.--The term 
        ``cannabis-related legitimate business'' means a 
        manufacturer, producer, or any person or company that--
                  (A) engages in any activity described in 
                subparagraph (B) pursuant to a law established 
                by a State or a political subdivision of a 
                State, as determined by such State or political 
                subdivision; and
                  (B) participates in any business or organized 
                activity that involves handling cannabis or 
                cannabis products, including cultivating, 
                producing, manufacturing, selling, 
                transporting, displaying, dispensing, 
                distributing, or purchasing cannabis or 
                cannabis products.
          (5) Depository institution.--The term ``depository 
        institution'' means--
                  (A) a depository institution as defined in 
                section 3(c) of the Federal Deposit Insurance 
                Act (12 U.S.C. 1813(c));
                  (B) a Federal credit union as defined in 
                section 101 of the Federal Credit Union Act (12 
                U.S.C. 1752); or
                  (C) a State credit union as defined in 
                section 101 of the Federal Credit Union Act (12 
                U.S.C. 1752).
          (6) Federal banking regulator.--The term ``Federal 
        banking regulator'' means each of the Board of 
        Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Bureau of 
        Consumer Financial Protection, the Federal Deposit 
        Insurance Corporation, the Federal Housing Finance 
        Agency, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the 
        Office of Foreign Asset Control, the Office of the 
        Comptroller of the Currency, the National Credit Union 
        Administration, the Department of the Treasury, or any 
        Federal agency or department that regulates banking or 
        financial services, as determined by the Secretary of 
        the Treasury.
          (7) Financial service.--The term ``financial 
        service''--
                  (A) means a financial product or service, as 
                defined in section 1002 of the Dodd-Frank Wall 
                Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (12 
                U.S.C. 5481), regardless if the customer 
                receiving the product or service is a consumer 
                or commercial entity;
                  (B) means a financial product or service, or 
                any combination of products and services, 
                permitted to be provided by--
                          (i) a national bank or a financial 
                        subsidiary pursuant to the authority 
                        provided under--
                                  (I) the provision designated 
                                ``Seventh'' of section 5136 of 
                                the Revised Statutes of the 
                                United States (12 U.S.C. 24); 
                                or
                                  (II) section 5136A of the 
                                Revised Statutes of the United 
                                States (12 U.S.C. 24a); and
                          (ii) a Federal credit union, pursuant 
                        to the authority provided under the 
                        Federal Credit Union Act;
                  (C) includes the business of insurance;
                  (D) includes, whether performed directly or 
                indirectly, the authorizing, processing, 
                clearing, settling, billing, transferring for 
                deposit, transmitting, delivering, instructing 
                to be delivered, reconciling, collecting, or 
                otherwise effectuating or facilitating of 
                payments or funds, where such payments or funds 
                are made or transferred by any means, including 
                by the use of credit cards, debit cards, other 
                payment cards, or other access devices, 
                accounts, original or substitute checks, or 
                electronic funds transfers;
                  (E) includes acting as a money transmitting 
                business which directly or indirectly makes use 
                of a depository institution in connection with 
                effectuating or facilitating a payment for a 
                cannabis-related legitimate business or service 
                provider in compliance with section 5330 of 
                title 31, United States Code, and any 
                applicable State law; and
                  (F) includes acting as an armored car service 
                for processing and depositing with a depository 
                institution or a Federal reserve bank with 
                respect to any monetary instruments (as defined 
                under section 1956(c)(5) of title 18, United 
                States Code.
          (8) Indian country.--The term ``Indian country'' has 
        the meaning given that term in section 1151 of title 
        18.
          (9) Indian tribe.--The term ``Indian Tribe'' has the 
        meaning given that term in section 102 of the Federally 
        Recognized Indian Tribe List Act of 1994 (25 U.S.C. 
        479a).
          (10) Insurer.--The term ``insurer'' has the meaning 
        given that term under section 313(r) of title 31, 
        United States Code.
          (11) Manufacturer.--The term ``manufacturer'' means a 
        person who manufactures, compounds, converts, 
        processes, prepares, or packages cannabis or cannabis 
        products.
          (12) Producer.--The term ``producer'' means a person 
        who plants, cultivates, harvests, or in any way 
        facilitates the natural growth of cannabis.
          (13) Service provider.--The term ``service 
        provider''--
                  (A) means a business, organization, or other 
                person that--
                          (i) sells goods or services to a 
                        cannabis-related legitimate business; 
                        or
                          (ii) provides any business services, 
                        including the sale or lease of real or 
                        any other property, legal or other 
                        licensed services, or any other 
                        ancillary service, relating to 
                        cannabis; and
                  (B) does not include a business, 
                organization, or other person that participates 
                in any business or organized activity that 
                involves handling cannabis or cannabis 
                products, including cultivating, producing, 
                manufacturing, selling, transporting, 
                displaying, dispensing, distributing, or 
                purchasing cannabis or cannabis products.
          (14) State.--The term ``State'' means each of the 
        several States, the District of Columbia, the 
        Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and any territory or 
        possession of the United States.

SEC. 61115. DISCRETIONARY SURPLUS FUNDS.

  Section 7(a)(3)(A) of the Federal Reserve Act (12 U.S.C. 
289(a)(3)(A)) is amended by reducing the dollar figure by 
$6,000,000.
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179. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 72, strike lines 8 through 12.
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180. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike subsection (b) of section 50101.
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181. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike division L of the bill.
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182. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike section 110001 and insert the following:

SEC. 110001. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION SUNSET.

  On the date that is 1 year after the date of enactment of 
this Act, the Economic Development Administration is hereby 
abolished and any authority provided to such Administration in 
law shall cease. The Director of the Office of Management and 
Budget shall take such actions as are necessary to carry out 
this section.
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183. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1471, line 16, insert ``and'' after the semicolon.
  Page 1471, strike lines 19 through 21.
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184. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title VI of division D, add the following:

SEC. 30613. WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE UNITED NATIONS 
                    FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE.

  (a) In General.--The President shall--
          (1) not later than 5 days after the date of the 
        enactment of this Act, provide written notification to 
        the Depository of the United Nations Framework 
        Convention on Climate Change, done at Rio de Janeiro, 
        June 3-14, 1992, of the withdrawal of the United States 
        from the Convention effective on the date that is one 
        year after the date of receipt by the Depository of 
        such notification of withdrawal in accordance with 
        Article 25 of the Convention; and
          (2) on the effective date referred to in paragraph 
        (1), withdraw the United States from the United Nations 
        Framework Convention on Climate Change.
  (b) Limitation on Use of Funds.--No funds authorized or 
appropriated by any Act may be used to support, directly or 
indirectly, any efforts on the part of any United States 
Government official to take steps to carry out the obligations 
of the United States under the United Nations Framework on 
Climate Change on or after the effective date referred to in 
subsection (a)(1).
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185. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Beginning on page 1384, line 15, strike section 30609.
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186. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Perry of Pennsylvania 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1149, beginning line 3, strike section 30299C.
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 187. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pfluger of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

   At the end of title VI of division D, add the following:

SEC. 30613. REPORT ON GLOBAL EXPORTS OF NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this 
Act, the Secretary of State shall submit to Congress a report 
on the following:
          (1) The economic policies of foreign countries with 
        natural gas resources and reserves as such policies 
        relate to the development and production of their 
        natural gas resources and reserves and the extent and 
        status of their natural gas resources and reserves.
          (2) The potential to export the natural gas 
        production of such foreign countries to the global 
        market and the impact of the export of such natural gas 
        production on the global market.
          (3) A description of actions taken by the United 
        States Government to foster natural gas exports to 
        foreign countries that may have an interest in 
        importing natural gas from the United States.

 188. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pfluger of Texas or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  In section 30609, strike subsection (c).
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 189. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pingree of Maine or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

             TITLE XII--KEEP AMERICA'S WATERFRONTS WORKING


SEC. 71201. WORKING WATERFRONTS GRANT PROGRAM.

  The Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C. 1451 et 
seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following:

``SEC. 320. WORKING WATERFRONTS GRANT PROGRAM.

  ``(a) Working Waterfront Task Force.--
          ``(1) Establishment and functions.--The Secretary of 
        Commerce shall establish a task force to work directly 
        with coastal States, user groups, and coastal 
        stakeholders to identify and address critical needs 
        with respect to working waterfronts.
          ``(2) Membership.--The members of the task force 
        shall be appointed by the Secretary of Commerce, and 
        shall include--
                  ``(A) experts in the unique economic, social, 
                cultural, ecological, geographic, and resource 
                concerns of working waterfronts; and
                  ``(B) representatives from the National 
                Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office 
                of Coastal Management, the United States Fish 
                and Wildlife Service, the Department of 
                Agriculture, the Environmental Protection 
                Agency, the United States Geological Survey, 
                the Navy, the National Marine Fisheries 
                Service, the Economic Development Agency, and 
                such other Federal agencies as the Secretary 
                considers appropriate.
          ``(3) Functions.--The task force shall--
                  ``(A) identify and prioritize critical needs 
                with respect to working waterfronts in States 
                that have a management program approved by the 
                Secretary of Commerce pursuant to section 306, 
                in the areas of--
                          ``(i) economic and cultural 
                        importance of working waterfronts to 
                        communities;
                          ``(ii) changing environments and 
                        threats working waterfronts face from 
                        environment changes, trade barriers, 
                        sea level rise, extreme weather events, 
                        ocean acidification, and harmful algal 
                        blooms; and
                          ``(iii) identifying working 
                        waterfronts and highlighting them 
                        within communities;
                  ``(B) outline options, in coordination with 
                coastal States and local stakeholders, to 
                address such critical needs, including 
                adaptation and mitigation where applicable;
                  ``(C) identify Federal agencies that are 
                responsible under existing law for addressing 
                such critical needs; and
                  ``(D) recommend Federal agencies best suited 
                to address any critical needs for which no 
                agency is responsible under existing law.
          ``(4) Information to be considered.--In identifying 
        and prioritizing policy gaps pursuant to paragraph (3), 
        the task force shall consider the findings and 
        recommendations contained in section VI of the report 
        entitled `The Sustainable Working Waterfronts Toolkit: 
        Final Report', dated March 2013.
          ``(5) Report.--Not later than 18 months after the 
        date of the enactment of this section, the task force 
        shall submit a report to Congress on its findings.
          ``(6) Implementation.--The head of each Federal 
        agency identified in the report pursuant to paragraph 
        (3)(C) shall take such action as is necessary to 
        implement the recommendations contained in the report 
        by not later than 1 year after the date of the issuance 
        of the report.
  ``(b) Working Waterfront Grant Program.--
          ``(1) The Secretary shall establish a Working 
        Waterfront Grant Program, in cooperation with 
        appropriate State, regional, and other units of 
        government, under which the Secretary may make a grant 
        to any coastal State for the purpose of implementing a 
        working waterfront plan approved by the Secretary under 
        subsection (c).
          ``(2) Subject to the availability of appropriations, 
        the Secretary shall award matching grants under the 
        Working Waterfronts Grant Program to coastal States 
        with approved working waterfront plans through a 
        regionally equitable, competitive funding process in 
        accordance with the following:
                  ``(A) The Governor, or the lead agency 
                designated by the Governor for coordinating the 
                implementation of this section, where 
                appropriate in consultation with the 
                appropriate local government, shall determine 
                that the application is consistent with the 
                State's or territory's approved coastal zone 
                plan, program, and policies prior to submission 
                to the Secretary.
                  ``(B) In developing guidelines under this 
                section, the Secretary shall consult with 
                coastal States, other Federal agencies, and 
                other interested stakeholders with expertise in 
                working waterfront planning.
                  ``(C) Coastal States may allocate grants to 
                local governments, Indian Tribes, agencies, or 
                nongovernmental organizations eligible for 
                assistance under this section.
          ``(3) In awarding a grant to a coastal State, the 
        Secretary shall consider--
                  ``(A) the economic, cultural, and historical 
                significance of working waterfront to the 
                coastal State;
                  ``(B) the demonstrated working waterfront 
                needs of the coastal State as outlined by a 
                working waterfront plan approved for the 
                coastal State under subsection (c), and the 
                value of the proposed project for the 
                implementation of such plan;
                  ``(C) the ability to successfully leverage 
                funds among participating entities, including 
                Federal programs, regional organizations, State 
                and other government units, landowners, 
                corporations, or private organizations;
                  ``(D) the potential for rapid turnover in the 
                ownership of working waterfront in the coastal 
                State, and where applicable the need for 
                coastal States to respond quickly when 
                properties in existing or potential working 
                waterfront areas or public access areas as 
                identified in the working waterfront plan 
                submitted by the coastal State come under 
                threat or become available; and
                  ``(E) the impact of the working waterfront 
                plan approved for the coastal State under 
                subsection (c) on the coastal ecosystem and the 
                users of the coastal ecosystem.
          ``(4) The Secretary shall approve or reject an 
        application for such a grant within 60 days after 
        receiving an application for the grant.
  ``(c) Working Waterfront Plans.--
          ``(1) To be eligible for a grant under subsection 
        (b), a coastal State must submit and have approved by 
        the Secretary a comprehensive working waterfront plan 
        in accordance with this subsection, or be in the 
        process of developing such a plan and have an 
        established working waterfront program at the State or 
        local level, or the Secretary determines that an 
        existing coastal land use plan for that State is in 
        accordance with this subsection.
          ``(2) Such plan--
                  ``(A) must provide for preservation and 
                expansion of access to coastal waters to 
                persons engaged in commercial fishing, 
                recreational fishing and boating businesses, 
                aquaculture, boatbuilding, or other water-
                dependent, coastal-related business;
                  ``(B) shall include one or more of--
                          ``(i) an assessment of the economic, 
                        social, cultural, and historic value of 
                        working waterfront to the coastal 
                        State;
                          ``(ii) a description of relevant 
                        State and local laws and regulations 
                        affecting working waterfront in the 
                        geographic areas identified in the 
                        working waterfront plan;
                          ``(iii) identification of geographic 
                        areas where working waterfronts are 
                        currently under threat of conversion to 
                        uses incompatible with commercial and 
                        recreational fishing, recreational 
                        fishing and boating businesses, 
                        aquaculture, boatbuilding, or other 
                        water-dependent, coastal-related 
                        business, and the level of that threat;
                          ``(iv) identification of geographic 
                        areas with a historic connection to 
                        working waterfronts where working 
                        waterfronts are not currently 
                        available, and, where appropriate, an 
                        assessment of the environmental impacts 
                        of any expansion or new development of 
                        working waterfronts on the coastal 
                        ecosystem;
                          ``(v) identification of other working 
                        waterfront needs including improvements 
                        to existing working waterfronts and 
                        working waterfront areas;
                          ``(vi) a strategic and prioritized 
                        plan for the preservation, expansion, 
                        and improvement of working waterfronts 
                        in the coastal State;
                          ``(vii) for areas identified under 
                        clauses (iii), (iv), (v), and (vi), 
                        identification of current availability 
                        and potential for expansion of public 
                        access to coastal waters;
                          ``(viii) a description of the degree 
                        of community support for such strategic 
                        plan; and
                          ``(ix) a contingency plan for 
                        properties that revert to the coastal 
                        State pursuant to determinations made 
                        by the coastal State under subsection 
                        (g)(4)(C);
                  ``(C) may include detailed environmental 
                impacts on working waterfronts, including 
                hazards, sea level rise, inundation exposure, 
                and other resiliency issues;
                  ``(D) may be part of the management program 
                approved under section 306;
                  ``(E) shall utilize to the maximum extent 
                practicable existing information contained in 
                relevant surveys, plans, or other strategies to 
                fulfill the information requirements under this 
                paragraph; and
                  ``(F) shall incorporate the policies and 
                regulations adopted by communities under local 
                working waterfront plans or strategies in 
                existence before the date of the enactment of 
                this section.
          ``(3) A working waterfront plan--
                  ``(A) shall be effective for purposes of this 
                section for the 5-year period beginning on the 
                date it is approved by the Secretary;
                  ``(B) must be updated and re-approved by the 
                Secretary before the end of such period; and
                  ``(C) shall be complimentary to and 
                incorporate the policies and objectives of 
                regional or local working waterfront plans as 
                in effect before the date of enactment of this 
                section or as subsequently revised.
          ``(4) The Secretary may--
                  ``(A) award planning grants to coastal States 
                for the purpose of developing or revising 
                comprehensive working waterfront plans; and
                  ``(B) award grants consistent with the 
                purposes of this section to States undertaking 
                the working waterfront planning process under 
                this section, for the purpose of preserving and 
                protecting working waterfronts during such 
                process.
          ``(5) Any coastal State applying for a working 
        waterfront grant under this title shall--
                  ``(A) develop a working waterfront plan, 
                using a process that involves the public and 
                those with an interest in the coastal zone;
                  ``(B) coordinate development and 
                implementation of such a plan with other 
                coastal management programs, regulations, and 
                activities of the coastal State; and
                  ``(C) if the coastal State allows qualified 
                holders (other than the coastal State) to enter 
                into working waterfront covenants, provide as 
                part of the working waterfront plan under this 
                subsection a mechanism or procedure to ensure 
                that the qualified holders are complying their 
                duties to enforce the working waterfront 
                covenant.
  ``(d) Uses, Terms, and Conditions.--
          ``(1) Each grant made by the Secretary under this 
        section shall be subject to such terms and conditions 
        as may be appropriate to ensure that the grant is used 
        for purposes consistent with this section.
          ``(2) A grant under this section may be used--
                  ``(A) to acquire a working waterfront, or an 
                interest in a working waterfront;
                  ``(B) to make improvements to a working 
                waterfront, including the construction or 
                repair of wharfs, boat ramps, or related 
                facilities; or
                  ``(C) for necessary climate adaptation 
                mitigation.
  ``(e) Public Access Requirement.--A working waterfront 
project funded by grants made under this section must provide 
for expansion, improvement, or preservation of reasonable and 
appropriate public access to coastal waters at or in the 
vicinity of a working waterfront, except for commercial fishing 
or other industrial access points where the coastal State 
determines that public access would be unsafe.
  ``(f) Limitations.--
          ``(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), a grant 
        awarded under this section may be used to purchase 
        working waterfront or an interest in working 
        waterfront, including an easement, only from a willing 
        seller and at fair market value.
          ``(2) A grant awarded under this section may be used 
        to acquire working waterfront or an interest in working 
        waterfront at less than fair market value only if the 
        owner certifies to the Secretary that the sale is being 
        entered into willingly and without coercion.
          ``(3) No Federal, State, or local entity may exercise 
        the power of eminent domain to secure title to any 
        property or facilities in connection with a project 
        carried out under this section.
  ``(g) Allocation of Grants to Local Governments and Other 
Entities.--
          ``(1) The Secretary shall encourage coastal States to 
        broadly allocate amounts received as grants under this 
        section among working waterfronts identified in working 
        waterfront plans approved under subsection (c).
          ``(2) Subject to the approval of the Secretary, a 
        coastal State may, as part of an approved working 
        waterfront plan, designate as a qualified holder any 
        unit of State or local government or nongovernmental 
        organization, if the coastal State is ultimately 
        responsible for ensuring that the property will be 
        managed in a manner that is consistent with the 
        purposes for which the land entered into the program.
          ``(3) A coastal State or a qualified holder 
        designated by a coastal State may allocate to a unit of 
        local government, nongovernmental organization, fishing 
        cooperative, or other entity, a portion of any grant 
        made under this section for the purpose of carrying out 
        this section, except that such an allocation shall not 
        relieve the coastal State of the responsibility for 
        ensuring that any funds so allocated are applied in 
        furtherance of the coastal State's approved working 
        waterfront plan.
          ``(4) A qualified holder may hold title to or 
        interest in property acquired under this section, 
        except that--
                  ``(A) all persons holding title to or 
                interest in working waterfront affected by a 
                grant under this section, including a qualified 
                holder, private citizen, private business, 
                nonprofit organization, fishing cooperative, or 
                other entity, shall enter into a working 
                waterfront covenant;
                  ``(B) such covenant shall be held by the 
                coastal State or a qualified holder designated 
                under paragraph (2);
                  ``(C) if the coastal State determines, on the 
                record after an opportunity for a hearing, that 
                the working waterfront covenant has been 
                violated--
                          ``(i) all right, title, and interest 
                        in and to the working waterfront 
                        covered by such covenant shall, except 
                        as provided in subparagraph (D), revert 
                        to the coastal State; and
                          ``(ii) the coastal State shall have 
                        the right of immediate entry onto the 
                        working waterfront;
                  ``(D) if a coastal State makes a 
                determination under subparagraph (C), the 
                coastal State may convey or authorize the 
                qualified holder to convey the working 
                waterfront or interest in working waterfront to 
                another qualified holder; and
                  ``(E) nothing in this subsection waives any 
                legal requirement under any Federal or State 
                law.
  ``(h) Matching Contributions.--
          ``(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), the 
        Secretary shall require that each coastal State that 
        receives a grant under this section, or a qualified 
        holder designated by that coastal State under 
        subsection (g), shall provide matching funds in an 
        amount equal to at least 25 percent of the total cost 
        of the project carried out with the grant.
          ``(2) The Secretary may waive the application of 
        paragraph (1) for any qualified holder that is an 
        underserved community, a community that has an 
        inability to draw on other sources of funding because 
        of the small population or low income of the community, 
        or for other reasons the Secretary considers 
        appropriate.
          ``(3) A local community designated as a qualified 
        holder under subsection (g) may utilize funds or other 
        in-kind contributions donated by a nongovernmental 
        partner to satisfy the matching funds requirement under 
        this subsection.
          ``(4) As a condition of receipt of a grant under this 
        section, the Secretary shall require that a coastal 
        State provide to the Secretary such assurances as the 
        Secretary determines are sufficient to demonstrate that 
        the share of the cost of each eligible project that is 
        not funded by the grant awarded under this section has 
        been secured.
          ``(5) If financial assistance under this section 
        represents only a portion of the total cost of a 
        project, funding from other Federal sources may be 
        applied to the cost of the project. Each portion shall 
        be subject to match requirements under the applicable 
        provision of law.
          ``(6) The Secretary shall treat as non-Federal match 
        the value of a working waterfront or interest in a 
        working waterfront, including conservation and other 
        easements, that is held in perpetuity by a qualified 
        holder, if the working waterfront or interest is 
        identified in the application for the grant and 
        acquired by the qualified holder within 3 years of the 
        grant award date, or within 3 years after the 
        submission of the application and before the end of the 
        grant award period. Such value shall be determined by 
        an appraisal performed at such time before the award of 
        the grant as the Secretary considers appropriate.
          ``(7) The Secretary shall treat as non-Federal match 
        the costs associated with acquisition of a working 
        waterfront or an interest in a working waterfront, and 
        the costs of restoration, enhancement, or other 
        improvement to a working waterfront, if the activities 
        are identified in the project application and the costs 
        are incurred within the period of the grant award, or, 
        for working waterfront described in paragraph (6), 
        within the same time limits described in that 
        paragraph. These costs may include either cash or in-
        kind contributions.
  ``(i) Limit on Administrative Costs.--No more than 5 percent 
of the funds made available to the Secretary under this section 
may be used by the Secretary for planning or administration of 
the program under this section.
  ``(j) Other Technical and Financial Assistance.--
          ``(1) Up to 5 percent of the funds appropriated under 
        this section may be used by the Secretary for purposes 
        of providing technical assistance as described in this 
        subsection.
          ``(2) The Secretary shall--
                  ``(A) provide technical assistance to coastal 
                States and local governments in identifying and 
                obtaining other sources of available Federal 
                technical and financial assistance for the 
                development and revision of a working 
                waterfront plan and the implementation of an 
                approved working waterfront plan;
                  ``(B) provide technical assistance to States 
                and local governments for the development, 
                implementation, and revision of comprehensive 
                working waterfront plans, which may include, 
                subject to the availability of appropriations, 
                planning grants and assistance, pilot projects, 
                feasibility studies, research, and other 
                projects necessary to further the purposes of 
                this section;
                  ``(C) assist States in developing other tools 
                to protect working waterfronts;
                  ``(D) collect and disseminate to States 
                guidance for best storm water management 
                practices in regards to working waterfronts;
                  ``(E) provide technical assistance to States 
                and local governments on integrating resilience 
                planning into working waterfront preservation 
                efforts; and
                  ``(F) collect and disseminate best practices 
                on working waterfronts and resilience planning.
  ``(k) Other Requirements.-- All laborers and mechanics 
employed by contractors or subcontractors in the performance of 
construction, alteration or repair work carried out, in whole 
or in part, with financial assistance made available under this 
section shall be paid wages at rates not less than those 
prevailing on projects of a character similar in the locality 
as determined by the Secretary of Labor in accordance with 
subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code. 
With respect to the labor standards specified in this section, 
the Secretary of Labor shall have the authority and functions 
set forth in Reorganization Plan Numbered 14 of 1950 (64 Stat. 
1267; 5 U.S.C. App.) and section 3145 of title 40, United 
States Code.
  ``(l) Reports.--
          ``(1) The Secretary shall--
                  ``(A) develop performance measures to 
                evaluate and report on the effectiveness of the 
                program under this section in accomplishing the 
                purpose of this section; and
                  ``(B) submit to Congress a biennial report 
                that includes such evaluations, an account of 
                all expenditures, and descriptions of all 
                projects carried out using grants awarded under 
                this section.
          ``(2) The Secretary may submit the biennial report 
        under paragraph (1)(B) by including it in the biennial 
        report required under section 316.
  ``(m) Definitions.--In this section:
          ``(1) The term `qualified holder' means a coastal 
        State or a unit of local or coastal State government or 
        a non-State organization designated by a coastal State 
        under subsection (g).
          ``(2) The term `Secretary' means the Secretary, 
        acting through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
        Administration.
          ``(3) The term `working waterfront' means real 
        property (including support structures over water and 
        other facilities) that provides access to coastal 
        waters to persons engaged in commercial and 
        recreational fishing, recreational fishing and boating 
        businesses, boatbuilding, aquaculture, or other water-
        dependent, coastal-related business and is used for, or 
        that supports, commercial and recreational fishing, 
        recreational fishing and boating businesses, 
        boatbuilding, aquaculture, or other water-dependent, 
        coastal-related business.
          ``(4) The term `working waterfront covenant' means an 
        agreement in recordable form between the owner of 
        working waterfront and one or more qualified holders, 
        that provides such assurances as the Secretary may 
        require that--
                  ``(A) the title to or interest in the working 
                waterfront will be held by a grant recipient or 
                qualified holder in perpetuity, except as 
                provided in subparagraph (C);
                  ``(B) the working waterfront will be managed 
                in a manner that is consistent with the 
                purposes for which the property is acquired 
                pursuant to this section, and the property will 
                not be converted to any use that is 
                inconsistent with the purpose of this section;
                  ``(C) if the title to or interest in the 
                working waterfront is sold or otherwise 
                exchanged--
                          ``(i) all working waterfront owners 
                        and qualified holders involved in such 
                        sale or exchange shall accede to such 
                        agreement; and
                          ``(ii) funds equal to the fair market 
                        value of the working waterfront or 
                        interest in working waterfront shall be 
                        paid to the Secretary by parties to the 
                        sale or exchange, and such funds shall, 
                        at the discretion of the Secretary, be 
                        paid to the coastal State in which the 
                        working waterfront is located for use 
                        in the implementation of the working 
                        waterfront plan of the State approved 
                        by the Secretary under this section; 
                        and
                  ``(D) such covenant is subject to enforcement 
                and oversight by the coastal State or by 
                another person as determined appropriate by the 
                Secretary.
  ``(n) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized 
to be appropriated to the Grant Program $15,000,000.''.
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  190. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Plaskett of Virgin 
           Islands or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1668, after line 13, insert the following:

SEC. 71104. SHOVEL-READY RESTORATION GRANTS FOR COASTLINES AND 
                    FISHERIES.

  (a) Establishment.--The Administrator shall establish a grant 
program to provide funding and technical assistance to eligible 
entities for purposes of carrying out a project described in 
subsection (d).
  (b) Project Proposal.--To be considered for a grant under 
this section, an eligible entity shall submit a grant proposal 
to the Administrator in a time, place, and manner determined by 
the Administrator. Such proposal shall include monitoring, data 
collection, and measurable performance criteria with respect to 
the project.
  (c) Development of Criteria.--The Administrator shall select 
eligible entities to receive grants under this section based on 
criteria developed by the Administrator, in consultation with 
relevant offices of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration, such as the Office of Habitat Conservation and 
the Office for Coastal Management.
  (d) Eligible Projects.--A proposal is eligible for a grant 
under this section if--
          (1) the purpose of the project is to restore a 
        marine, estuarine, coastal, or Great Lake habitat, 
        including--
                  (A) restoration of habitat to protect or 
                recover a species that is threatened, 
                endangered, or a species of concern under the 
                Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 
                et seq.);
                  (B) through the removal or remediation of 
                marine debris, including derelict vessels and 
                abandoned, lost, and discarded fishing gear, in 
                coastal and marine habitats; or
                  (C) for the benefit of--
                          (i) shellfish;
                          (ii) fish, including diadromous fish;
                          (iii) coral reef systems;
                          (iv) marine wildlife; or
                          (v) blue carbon ecosystems such as 
                        coastal wetlands, beaches, dunes, 
                        marshes, coastal forests, oyster beds, 
                        kelp forests, and submerged aquatic 
                        vegetation; or
          (2) provides adaptation to climate change, including 
        sequestering and storing carbon or by constructing, 
        restoring, or protecting ecological features or nature-
        based infrastructure that protects coastal communities 
        from sea level rise, coastal storms, or flooding.
  (e) Priority.--In determining which projects to fund under 
this section, the Administrator shall give priority to a 
proposed project--
          (1) that would stimulate the economy;
          (2) for which the applicant can demonstrate that the 
        grant will fund work that will begin not more than 90 
        days after the date of award;
          (3) for which the applicant can demonstrate that the 
        grant will fund work that will employ fishermen who 
        have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic 
        or pay a fisherman for the use of a fishing vessel;
          (4) for which the applicant can demonstrate that any 
        preliminary study or permit required before the project 
        can begin has been completed or can be completed 
        shortly after an award is made; or
          (5) that includes communities that may not have 
        adequate resources including low income communities, 
        communities of color, Tribal communities, Indigenous 
        communities, and rural communities.
  (f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to the Administrator $10,000,000,000 for fiscal 
year 2022 to carry out this section, to remain available until 
expended.
  (g) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
          (1) Administrator.--The term ``Administrator'' means 
        the Administrator of the National Oceanic and 
        Atmospheric Administration.
          (2) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' 
        means a nonprofit, a for-profit business, an 
        institution of higher education, or a State, local, 
        Tribal, or Territorial government.
          (3) Fishermen.--The term ``fishermen'' means 
        commercial or for-hire fishermen or oyster farmers.
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  191. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pocan of Wisconsin 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end add the following:

      DIVISION M--AGRICULTURE FOREIGN INVESTMENT DISCLOSURE REFORM


SEC. 120001. SHORT TITLE.

  This division may be cited as the ``Agriculture Foreign 
Investment Disclosure Reform Act''.

SEC. 120002. ANNUAL REPORTS.

  The matter preceding paragraph (1) of section 2(b) of the 
Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of 1978 (7 
U.S.C. 3501(b)) is amended by striking ``agricultural land'' 
and all that follows through ``effective date.'' and inserting 
``agricultural land on the day before the date of the enactment 
of the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Reform Act 
shall, beginning 180 days after such date of enactment, and 
annually thereafter, submit to the Secretary a report or 
certify to the Secretary that there has been no change in 
status with respect to the information required under 
paragraphs (1) through (8) since the most recent such report 
was submitted to the Secretary by such foreign person.''.

SEC. 120003. REPORTS TO CONGRESS.

  The Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of 1978 (7 
U.S.C. 3501 et seq.) is amended by inserting after section 4 
the following:

``SEC. 5. REPORTS TO CONGRESS.

  ``(a) Beginning 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Reform Act, and 
annually thereafter, the Secretary shall, using information 
obtained under section 2, submit to the Congress a report on 
foreign investment in agricultural land in the United States.
  ``(b) Beginning 90 days after the date of the enactment of 
the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Reform Act, the 
Secretary shall, using information obtained under section 2, 
publish on the internet website of the Department of 
Agriculture, and update every 90 days thereafter, a database 
listing the agricultural lands owned by foreign persons. Such 
listing shall be limited to the information described in 
paragraphs (1), (3), (4), (5), and (7) of section 2(b), or if 
applicable, the certification made to the Secretary pursuant to 
such subsection.
  ``(c)(1) Not later than 90 days after the end of each covered 
period, the Secretary shall--
          ``(A) analyze information obtained by the Secretary 
        under section 2 and determine the effects of foreign 
        persons acquiring, transferring, and holding 
        agricultural land, particularly the effects of such 
        acquisitions, transfers, and holdings on family farms, 
        rural communities and the domestic food supply; and
          ``(B) transmit to the President and Congress a report 
        on the findings and conclusions of the Secretary 
        regarding--
                  ``(i) each analysis and determination made 
                under subparagraph (A);
                  ``(ii) trends and patterns in foreign 
                acquisitions, transfers, and holdings of 
                agricultural land; and
                  ``(iii) recommendations to Congress with 
                respect to the data and analysis.
  ``(2) In this subsection, the term `covered period' means 
each of the following periods:
          ``(A) The 10-year period beginning on the date of the 
        enactment of Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure 
        Reform Act.
          ``(B) Each 10-year period thereafter.''.

SEC. 120004. CIVIL PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO REPORT OR MISREPORTING.

  Section 3(b) of the Agricultural Foreign Investment 
Disclosure Act of 1978 (7 U.S.C. 3502(b)) is amended by 
striking ``, except that such amount shall not exceed 25 
percent of the fair market value, on the date of the assessment 
of such penalty, of the interest in agricultural land with 
respect to which such violation occurred''.
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  192. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pocan of Wisconsin 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 989, line 7, add at the end before the period the 
following: ``, distribution, storage, and delivery''.
  Page 989, line 11, insert after ``manufacturing'' the 
following: ``, distribution, storage, and delivery''.
  Page 989, after line 23, add the following:
          (4) Enhancing the cold chain necessary for the 
        production, delivery, storage, and distribution of 
        vaccines.
  Page 990, line 7, insert before ``and'' the following: ``, 
distribution, storage, and delivery''.
  Page 990, line 7, insert after ``manufacturing'' the 
following: ``, distributing, and delivering''.
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  193. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pocan of Wisconsin 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 106, strike line 4 and insert
        communities.
          ``(7) Funding.--Out of funds authorized to be 
        appropriated under section 306(l) of the Department of 
        Energy Research and Innovation Act (42 U.S.C. 
        18644(l)), there are authorized to be appropriated to 
        the Secretary $30,000,000, for each center in existence 
        or established under this subsection, for each of 
        fiscal years 2022 through 2026.''.
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 194. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Porter of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  On page 848, line 6, strike ``, and freedom from coercion;'' 
and insert ``, freedom from coercion, and a unified response to 
the threat of climate change;''.
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 195. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Porter of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1157, line 20, strike ``and'' at the end.
  Page 1157, line 23, strike the period at the end and insert 
``; and''.
  Page 1157, after line 23 insert the following:
                  (L) an analysis of national security threats 
                posed to the Pacific Islands by climate change.
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 196. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Porter of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1660, after line 6, insert the following:

SEC. 71003. STUDY ON EFFECTS OF 6PPD-QUINONE.

  Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of Commerce, acting through the 
Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration shall seek to enter into an agreement with the 
National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine to 
conduct a study on the effects of 6PPD-quinone on salmonids, 
aquatic species, and watersheds, including an economic analysis 
of declining salmon populations in the United States and the 
effect of such declining populations have on importation of 
salmon from other countries.
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 197. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Posey of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 632, line 10, strike ``; and'' and insert a semicolon.
  Page 632, line 18, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 632, after line 18, insert the following:
          (9) methods and techniques for domestic processing of 
        materials for microelectronics and their components.
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 198. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Posey of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title IV of division C, add the 
following new section:

SEC. 20405. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PRIORITY FOR DOMESTICALLY SOURCED 
                    BOVINE HEPARIN.

  In selecting heparin for acquisition by the Department of 
Defense (regardless of whether the end use of such acquisition 
involves military or civilian application), the Secretary of 
Defense shall provide priority for domestically sourced, fully 
traceable, bovine heparin approved by the Food and Drug 
Administration when available.
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 199. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Posey of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 187, line 15, strike ``title or the amendments made by 
this title, the Secretary'' and insert ``Act or the amendments 
made by this Act, the relevant agency head''.
  Page 188, line 16, strike ``Secretary'' and insert ``relevant 
agency head''.
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     200. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pressley of 
        Massachusetts or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 214, after line 22, insert the following:
  (c) GAO Report to Congress.--Not later than 180 days after 
the date of enactment of this Act, the Comptroller General of 
the United States shall submit a detailed report to Congress on 
the impact of biometric identification systems on historically 
marginalized communities, including low-income communities and 
minority religious, racial, and ethnic groups. Such report 
should be made publicly available on an internet website.
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     201. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Pressley of 
        Massachusetts or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 226, line 5, strike ``and'' at the end.
  Page 226, line 8, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 226, after line 8, insert the following:
          (6) creating an office to study bias in the use of 
        artificial intelligence systems and publish guidance to 
        reduce disparate impacts on historically marginalized 
        communities.
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 202. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Quigley of Illinois 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division D, add the following:

                 TITLE VII--PREVENTING FUTURE PANDEMICS


SEC. 30701. SHORT TITLE.

  This title may be cited as the ``Preventing Future Pandemics 
Act of 2022''.

SEC. 30702. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Wildlife market.--The term ``wildlife market''--
                  (A) means a commercial market or subsection 
                of a commercial market--
                          (i) where live mammalian or avian 
                        wildlife is held, slaughtered, or sold 
                        for human consumption as food or 
                        medicine whether the animals originated 
                        in the wild or in a captive 
                        environment; and
                          (ii) that delivers a product in 
                        communities where alternative 
                        nutritional or protein sources are 
                        readily available and affordable; and
                  (B) does not include--
                          (i) markets in areas where no other 
                        practical alternative sources of 
                        protein or meat exists, such as 
                        wildlife markets in rural areas on 
                        which indigenous people and rural local 
                        communities rely to feed themselves and 
                        their families; and
                          (ii) processors of dead wild game and 
                        fish.
          (2) Commercial trade in live wildlife.--The term 
        ``commercial trade in live wildlife''--
                  (A) means commercial trade in live wildlife 
                for human consumption as food or medicine; and
                  (B) does not include--
                          (i) fish;
                          (ii) invertebrates;
                          (iii) amphibians and reptiles; and
                          (iv) the meat of ruminant game 
                        species--
                                  (I) traded in markets in 
                                countries with effective 
                                implementation and enforcement 
                                of scientifically based, 
                                nationally implemented policies 
                                and legislation for processing, 
                                transport, trade, and 
                                marketing; and
                                  (II) sold after being 
                                slaughtered and processed under 
                                sanitary conditions.
          (3) One health.--The term ``One Health'' means a 
        collaborative, multi-sectoral, and transdisciplinary 
        approach working at the local, regional, national, and 
        global levels with the goal of achieving optimal health 
        outcomes that recognizes the interconnection between--
                  (A) people, animals, both wild and domestic, 
                and plants; and
                  (B) the environment shared by such people, 
                animals, and plants.
          (4) Appropriate congressional committees.--The term 
        ``appropriate congressional committees'' means--
                  (A) the Committee on Foreign Relations of the 
                Senate;
                  (B) the Committee on Appropriations of the 
                Senate;
                  (C) the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the 
                House of Representatives; and
                  (D) the Committee on Appropriations of the 
                House of Representatives.

SEC. 30703. STUDY ON RISK OF WILDLIFE MARKETS ON THE EMERGENCE OF NOVEL 
                    VIRAL PATHOGENS.

  (a) Study.--Not later than 30 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State, in consultation 
with the Administrator of the United States Agency for 
International Development, the Secretary of Health and Human 
Services, the Secretary of the Interior, and the Secretary of 
Agriculture shall enter into an agreement with the National 
Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to evaluate 
the risk wildlife markets pose to human health through the 
emergence or reemergence of pathogens and activities to reduce 
the risk of zoonotic spillover. The study shall evaluate--
          (1) the impact of physical proximity to and the role 
        of human use of terrestrial wildlife for food or 
        medicine on the emergence or reemergence of pathogens, 
        including novel pathogens;
          (2) the conditions at live wildlife markets and 
        within the associated supply chain that elevate risk 
        factors leading to such emergence, reemergence, or 
        transmission of pathogens, including sanitary 
        conditions and the physical proximity of animals;
          (3) animal taxa that present a high risk of 
        contributing to zoonotic spillover and the associated 
        risk factors that increase the emergence, reemergence, 
        or transmission of pathogens;
          (4) emerging pathogen risk reduction measures and 
        control options across wildlife markets and the 
        associated supply chain; and
          (5) the methods by which the United States might work 
        with international partners to effectively promote 
        diversified, culturally appropriate alternative sources 
        of nutritious food, protein, and related income in 
        communities that currently rely upon the human use of 
        wildlife as food or medicine for subsistence, while 
        ensuring that existing natural habitats are not 
        fragmented, degraded, or destroyed and that human 
        pressure on natural habitats is not increased by this 
        process.
  (b) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of the 
agreement under subsection (a), the Secretaries described in 
such subsection shall submit a report on the findings of the 
study described in such subsection to--
          (1) the appropriate congressional committees;
          (2) the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and 
        Pensions and the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, 
        and Forestry of the Senate; and
          (3) the Committee on Energy and Commerce and the 
        Committee on Agriculture of the House of 
        Representatives.
  (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated such sums as are necessary for the development 
of the study described in this section.

SEC. 30704. COUNTRY-DRIVEN APPROACH TO END THE COMMERCIAL TRADE IN LIVE 
                    WILDLIFE AND ASSOCIATED WILDLIFE MARKETS.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 120 days after the completion 
of the study required by section 30703, the Secretary of State, 
in coordination with the Administrator of the United States 
Agency for International Development and the heads of other 
relevant Federal departments and agencies, including the 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Secretary of 
Agriculture, and the Secretary of the Interior, and after 
consideration of the results of such study and best available 
scientific findings of practices and behaviors occurring at the 
source of zoonoses spillover and spread, shall publicly release 
a list of countries the governments of which express 
willingness to end the domestic and international commercial 
trade in live wildlife and associated wildlife markets for 
human consumption, as defined for purposes of this Act--
          (1) immediately;
          (2) after a transitional period; and
          (3) aspirationally, over a long-term period.
  (b) Global Health Security Zoonosis Plans.--The Secretary of 
State and the Administrator of the United States Agency for 
International Development shall work bilaterally with the 
governments of the countries listed pursuant to subsection (a) 
to establish Global Health Security Zoonoses Plans that--
          (1) outline actions to address novel pathogens of 
        zoonotic origin that have the potential to become 
        epidemics or pandemics;
          (2) identify incentives and strengthened policies; 
        and
          (3) provide technical support to communities, policy 
        makers, civil society, law enforcement and other 
        stakeholders to end the domestic and international 
        commercial trade in live wildlife and associated 
        wildlife markets for human consumption immediately, 
        during a transitional period, or aspirationally.
  (c) Updates.--The list of countries required by subsection 
(a), the corresponding Global Health Security Zoonosis plans 
established pursuant to subsection (b), and any actions taken 
under such plans to end the commercial trade in live wildlife 
and associated wildlife markets for human consumption 
immediately, during a transitional period, or aspirationally, 
shall be reviewed, updated, and publicly released annually by 
the Secretary and Administrator, following review of the most 
recent scientific data.

SEC. 30705. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that global institutions, 
including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United 
Nations, the World Organisation for Animal Health, the World 
Health Organization, and the United Nations Environment 
Programme, together with leading intergovernmental and 
nongovernmental organizations, veterinary and medical colleges, 
the Department of State, and the United States Agency for 
International Development, should--
          (1) promote the paradigm of One Health as an 
        effective and integrated way to address the complexity 
        of emerging disease threats; and
          (2) support improved community health, biodiversity 
        conservation, forest conservation and management, 
        sustainable agriculture, and the safety of livestock, 
        domestic animals, and wildlife in developing countries, 
        particularly in tropical landscapes where there is an 
        elevated risk of zoonotic disease spill over.

SEC. 30706. STATEMENT OF POLICY.

  It is the policy of the United States to--
          (1) support the availability of scalable and 
        sustainable alternative sources of protein and 
        nutrition for local communities, where appropriate, in 
        order to minimize human reliance on the commercial 
        trade in live wildlife for human consumption;
          (2) support foreign governments to--
                  (A) reduce commercial trade in live wildlife 
                for human consumption;
                  (B) transition from the commercial trade in 
                live wildlife for human consumption to 
                sustainably produced alternate protein and 
                nutritional sources;
                  (C) establish and effectively manage and 
                protect natural habitat, including protected 
                and conserved areas and the lands of Indigenous 
                peoples and local communities, particularly in 
                countries with tropical forest hotspots for 
                emerging diseases; and
                  (D) strengthen public health capacity, 
                particularly in countries where there is a high 
                risk of emerging zoonotic viruses and other 
                infectious diseases;
          (3) respect the rights and needs of indigenous 
        peoples and local communities dependent on such 
        wildlife for nutritional needs and food security; and
          (4) facilitate international cooperation by working 
        with international partners through intergovernmental, 
        international, and nongovernmental organizations such 
        as the United Nations to--
                  (A) lead a resolution at the United Nations 
                Security Council or General Assembly and World 
                Health Assembly outlining the danger to human 
                and animal health from emerging zoonotic 
                infectious diseases, with recommendations for 
                implementing the closure of wildlife markets 
                and prevention of the commercial trade in live 
                wildlife for human consumption, except where 
                the consumption of wildlife is necessary for 
                local food security or where such actions would 
                significantly disrupt a readily available and 
                irreplaceable food supply;
                  (B) raise awareness and build stakeholder 
                engagement networks, including civil society, 
                the private sector, and local and regional 
                governments on the dangerous potential of 
                wildlife markets as a source of zoonotic 
                diseases and reduce demand for the consumption 
                of wildlife through evidence-based behavior 
                change programs, while ensuring that existing 
                wildlife habitat is not encroached upon or 
                destroyed as part of this process;
                  (C) encourage and support alternative forms 
                of sustainable food production, farming, and 
                shifts to sustainable sources of protein and 
                nutrition instead of terrestrial wildlife, 
                where able and appropriate, and reduce consumer 
                demand for terrestrial and freshwater wildlife 
                through enhanced local and national food 
                systems, especially in areas where wildlife 
                markets play a significant role in meeting 
                subsistence needs while ensuring that existing 
                wildlife habitat is not encroached upon or 
                destroyed as part of this process; and
                  (D) strive to increase biosecurity and 
                hygienic standards implemented in farms, 
                gathering centers, transport, and market 
                systems around the globe, especially those 
                specializing in the provision of products 
                intended for human consumption.

SEC. 30707. PREVENTION OF FUTURE ZOONOTIC SPILLOVER EVENTS.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of State and the Administrator 
of the United States Agency for International Development, in 
consultation with the Director of the United States Fish and 
Wildlife Service, the Secretary of Agriculture, the Director of 
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the heads 
of other relevant departments and agencies, shall work with 
foreign governments, multilateral entities, intergovernmental 
organizations, international partners, private sector partners, 
and nongovernmental organizations to carry out activities 
supporting the following objectives, recognizing that multiple 
interventions will likely be necessary to make an impact, and 
that interventions will need to be tailored to the situation 
to--
          (1) pursuant to section 30704, close wildlife markets 
        and prevent associated commercial trade in live 
        wildlife, placing a priority focus on countries with 
        significant markets for live wildlife for human 
        consumption, high-volume commercial trade and 
        associated markets, trade in and across urban centers, 
        and trade for luxury consumption or where there is no 
        dietary necessity--
                  (A) through existing treaties, conventions, 
                and agreements;
                  (B) by amending existing protocols or 
                agreements;
                  (C) by pursuing new protocols; or
                  (D) by other means of international 
                coordination;
          (2) improve regulatory oversight and reduce 
        commercial trade in live wildlife and eliminate 
        practices identified to contribute to zoonotic 
        spillover and emerging pathogens;
          (3) prevent commercial trade in live wildlife through 
        programs that combat wildlife trafficking and poaching, 
        including by--
                  (A) providing assistance to improve law 
                enforcement;
                  (B) detecting and deterring the illegal 
                import, transit, sale, and export of wildlife;
                  (C) strengthening such programs to assist 
                countries through legal reform;
                  (D) improving information sharing and 
                enhancing capabilities of participating foreign 
                governments;
                  (E) supporting efforts to change behavior and 
                reduce demand for such wildlife products;
                  (F) leveraging United States private sector 
                technologies and expertise to scale and enhance 
                enforcement responses to detect and prevent 
                such trade; and
                  (G) strengthening collaboration with key 
                private sector entities in the transportation 
                industry to prevent and report the transport of 
                such wildlife and wildlife products;
          (4) leverage strong United States bilateral 
        relationships to support new and existing inter-
        Ministerial collaborations or Task Forces that can 
        serve as regional One Health models;
          (5) build local agricultural and food safety capacity 
        by leveraging expertise from the United States 
        Department of Agriculture (USDA) and institutions of 
        higher education with agricultural or natural resource 
        expertise;
          (6) work through international organizations to 
        develop a set of objective risk-based metrics that 
        provide a cross-country comparable measure of the level 
        of risk posed by wildlife trade and marketing and can 
        be used to track progress nations make in reducing 
        risks, identify where resources should be focused, and 
        potentially leverage a peer influence effect;
          (7) prevent the degradation and fragmentation of 
        forests and other intact ecosystems to minimize 
        interactions between wildlife and human and livestock 
        populations that could contribute to spillover events 
        and zoonotic disease transmission, including by 
        providing assistance or supporting policies to, for 
        example--
                  (A) conserve, protect, and restore the 
                integrity of such ecosystems;
                  (B) support the rights and needs of 
                Indigenous People and local communities and 
                their ability to continue their effective 
                stewardship of their traditional lands and 
                territories;
                  (C) support the establishment and effective 
                management of protected areas, prioritizing 
                highly intact areas; and
                  (D) prevent activities that result in the 
                destruction, degradation, fragmentation, or 
                conversion of intact forests and other intact 
                ecosystems and biodiversity strongholds, 
                including by governments, private sector 
                entities, and multilateral development 
                financial institutions;
          (8) offer appropriate alternative livelihood and 
        worker training programs and enterprise development to 
        wildlife traders, wildlife breeders, and local 
        communities whose members are engaged in the commercial 
        trade in live wildlife for human consumption;
          (9) ensure that the rights of Indigenous Peoples and 
        local communities are respected and their authority to 
        exercise these rights is protected;
          (10) strengthen global capacity for prevention, 
        prediction, and detection of novel and existing 
        zoonoses with pandemic potential, including the support 
        of innovative technologies in coordination with the 
        United States Agency for International Development, the 
        Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other 
        relevant departments and agencies; and
          (11) support the development of One Health systems at 
        the local, regional, national, and global levels in 
        coordination with the United States Agency for 
        International Development, the Centers for Disease 
        Control and Prevention, and other relevant departments 
        and agencies, particularly in emerging infectious 
        disease hotspots, through a collaborative, 
        multisectoral, and transdisciplinary approach that 
        recognizes the interconnections among people, animals, 
        plants, and their shared environment to achieve 
        equitable and sustainable health outcomes.
  (b) Activities.--
          (1) Global cooperation.--The United States 
        Government, working through the United Nations and its 
        components, as well as international organization such 
        as Interpol, the Food and Agriculture Organization of 
        the United Nations, and the World Organisation for 
        Animal Health, and in furtherance of the policies 
        described in section 30706, shall--
                  (A) collaborate with other member states, 
                issue declarations, statements, and communiques 
                urging countries to close wildlife markets, and 
                prevent commercial trade in live wildlife for 
                human consumption; and
                  (B) urge increased enforcement of existing 
                laws to end wildlife trafficking.
          (2) International coalitions.--The Secretary of State 
        shall seek to build new, and support existing, 
        international coalitions focused on closing wildlife 
        markets and preventing commercial trade in live 
        wildlife for human consumption, with a focus on the 
        following efforts:
                  (A) Providing assistance and advice to other 
                governments in the adoption of legislation and 
                regulations to close wildlife markets and 
                associated trade over such timeframe and in 
                such manner as to minimize the increase of 
                wildlife trafficking and poaching.
                  (B) Creating economic and enforcement 
                pressure for the immediate shut down of 
                uncontrolled, unsanitary, or illicit wildlife 
                markets and their supply chains to prevent 
                their operation.
                  (C) Providing assistance and guidance to 
                other governments on measures to prohibit the 
                import, export, and domestic commercial trade 
                in live wildlife for the purpose of human 
                consumption.
                  (D) Implementing risk reduction interventions 
                and control options to address zoonotic 
                spillover along the supply chain for the 
                wildlife market system.
                  (E) Engaging and receiving guidance from key 
                stakeholders at the ministerial, local 
                government, and civil society level, including 
                Indigenous Peoples, in countries that will be 
                impacted by this title and where wildlife 
                markets and associated wildlife trade are the 
                predominant source of meat or protein, in order 
                to mitigate the impact of any international 
                efforts on food security, nutrition, local 
                customs, conservation methods, or cultural 
                norms.
                  (F) Promoting private sector engagement and 
                public-private partnerships with industry 
                groups (such as the transportation industry) to 
                address transport and movement of live wildlife 
                to supply the commercial trade in live wildlife 
                for human consumption.
  (c) United States Agency for International Development.--
          (1) Sustainable food systems funding.--
                  (A) Authorization of appropriations.--In 
                addition to any other amounts provided for such 
                purposes, there is authorized to be 
                appropriated such sums as necessary for each 
                fiscal year from 2021 through 2030 to the 
                United States Agency for International 
                Development to reduce demand for consumption of 
                wildlife from wildlife markets and support 
                shifts to diversified alternative and 
                sustainably produced sources of nutritious food 
                and protein in communities that rely upon the 
                consumption of wildlife for food security, 
                while ensuring that existing wildlife habitat 
                is not encroached upon or destroyed as part of 
                this process, using a multisectoral approach 
                and including support for demonstration 
                programs.
                  (B) Activities.--The Bureau for Development, 
                Democracy and Innovation (DDI), the Bureau for 
                Resilience and Food Security (RFS), and the 
                Bureau for Global Health (GH) of the United 
                States Agency for International Development 
                shall, in partnership with United States and 
                international institutions of higher education 
                and nongovernmental organizations, co-develop 
                approaches focused on safe, sustainable food 
                systems that support and incentivize the 
                replacement of terrestrial wildlife in diets, 
                while ensuring that existing wildlife habitat 
                is not encroached upon or destroyed as part of 
                this process.
          (2) Addressing threats and causes of zoonotic disease 
        outbreaks.--The Administrator of the United States 
        Agency for International Development, in consultation 
        with the Secretary of the Interior, shall increase 
        activities in United States Agency for International 
        Development programs related to conserving 
        biodiversity, combating wildlife trafficking, 
        sustainable landscapes, global health, food security, 
        and resilience in order to address the threats and 
        causes of zoonotic disease outbreaks, including 
        through--
                  (A) education;
                  (B) capacity building;
                  (C) strengthening human, livestock, and 
                wildlife health monitoring systems of pathogens 
                of zoonotic origin to support early detection 
                and reporting of novel and known pathogens for 
                emergence of zoonotic disease and strengthening 
                cross-sectoral collaboration to align risk 
                reduction approaches in consultation with the 
                Director of the Centers for Disease Control and 
                the Secretary of Health and Human Services;
                  (D) improved domestic and wild animal disease 
                monitoring and control at production and market 
                levels;
                  (E) development of alternative livelihood 
                opportunities where possible;
                  (F) preventing degradation and fragmentation 
                of forests and other intact ecosystems and 
                restoring the integrity of such ecosystems, 
                particularly in tropical countries, to prevent 
                the creation of new pathways for zoonotic 
                pathogen transmission that arise from 
                interactions among wildlife, humans, and 
                livestock populations;
                  (G) minimizing interactions between domestic 
                livestock and wild animals in markets and 
                captive production;
                  (H) supporting shifts from wildlife markets 
                to diversified, safe, affordable, and 
                accessible alternative sources of protein and 
                nutrition through enhanced local and national 
                food systems while ensuring that existing 
                wildlife habitat is not encroached upon or 
                destroyed as part of this process;
                  (I) improving community health, forest 
                management practices, and safety of livestock 
                production in tropical landscapes, particularly 
                in hotspots for zoonotic spillover and emerging 
                infectious diseases;
                  (J) preventing degradation and fragmentation 
                of forests and other intact ecosystems, 
                particularly in tropical countries, to minimize 
                interactions between wildlife, human, and 
                livestock populations that could contribute to 
                spillover events and zoonotic disease 
                transmission, including by providing assistance 
                or supporting policies to--
                          (i) conserve, protect, and restore 
                        the integrity of such ecosystems; and
                          (ii) support the rights of Indigenous 
                        People and local communities and their 
                        ability to continue their effective 
                        stewardship of their intact traditional 
                        lands and territories; and
                  (K) supporting development and use of multi-
                data sourced predictive models and 
                decisionmaking tools to identify areas of 
                highest probability of zoonotic spillover and 
                to determine cost-effective monitoring and 
                mitigation approaches; and
                  (L) other relevant activities described in 
                section 30706 that are within the mandate of 
                the United States Agency for International 
                Development.
          (3) Immediate relief funding to stabilize protected 
        areas.--The Administrator of the United States Agency 
        for International Development and the Secretary of 
        State are authorized to administer immediate relief 
        funding to stabilize protected areas and conservancies.
  (d) Staffing Requirements.--The Administrator of the United 
States Agency for International Development, in collaboration 
with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the United 
States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health 
Inspection Service, the Centers for Disease Control and 
Prevention, and other Federal entities as appropriate, is 
authorized to hire additional personnel--
          (1) to undertake programs aimed at reducing the risks 
        of endemic and emerging infectious diseases and 
        exposure to antimicrobial resistant pathogens;
          (2) to provide administrative support and resources 
        to ensure effective and efficient coordination of 
        funding opportunities and sharing of expertise from 
        relevant United States Agency for International 
        Development bureaus and programs, including emerging 
        pandemic threats;
          (3) to award funding to on-the-ground projects;
          (4) to provide project oversight to ensure 
        accountability and transparency in all phases of the 
        award process; and
          (5) to undertake additional activities under this 
        title.
  (e) Reporting Requirements.--
          (1) United states department of state.--
                  (A) In general.--Not later than 180 days 
                after the date of the enactment of this Act, 
                and annually thereafter until 2030, the 
                Secretary of State and the Administrator of the 
                United States Agency for International 
                Development shall submit to the appropriate 
                congressional committees a report--
                          (i) describing--
                                  (I) the actions taken 
                                pursuant to this title, 
                                including through the 
                                application of findings and 
                                recommendations generated from 
                                the study required by section 
                                30703 and the provision of 
                                United States technical 
                                assistance;
                                  (II) the impact and 
                                effectiveness of international 
                                cooperation on shutting down 
                                wildlife markets;
                                  (III) the impact and 
                                effectiveness of international 
                                cooperation on disrupting, 
                                deterring, and ultimately 
                                ending wildlife trafficking; 
                                and
                                  (IV) the impact and 
                                effectiveness of international 
                                cooperation on preventing the 
                                import, export, and domestic 
                                commercial trade in live 
                                wildlife for the purpose of 
                                human use as food or medicine, 
                                while accounting for the 
                                differentiated needs of 
                                vulnerable populations who 
                                depend upon such wildlife as a 
                                predominant source of meat or 
                                protein; and
                          (ii) identifying--
                                  (I) foreign countries that 
                                continue to enable the 
                                operation of wildlife markets 
                                as defined by this title and 
                                the associated trade of 
                                wildlife products for human use 
                                as food or medicine that feeds 
                                such markets;
                                  (II) foreign governments, 
                                networks, or individuals who 
                                aid and abet or otherwise 
                                facilitate illicit wildlife 
                                trafficking; and
                                  (III) recommendations for 
                                incentivizing or enforcing 
                                compliance with laws and 
                                policies to close wildlife 
                                markets pursuant to section 
                                30704 and uncontrolled, 
                                unsanitary, or illicit wildlife 
                                markets and end the associated 
                                commercial trade in live 
                                wildlife for human use as food 
                                or medicine, which may include 
                                visa restrictions and other 
                                diplomatic or economic tools.
                  (B) Form.--The report required under this 
                paragraph shall be submitted in unclassified 
                form, but may include a classified annex.
          (2) United states agency for international 
        development.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
        the enactment of this Act, the Administrator of the 
        United States Agency for International Development 
        shall submit to the appropriate congressional 
        committees a report--
                  (A) describing the actions taken pursuant to 
                this title;
                  (B) describing the impact and effectiveness 
                of key strategies for reducing demand for 
                consumption of such wildlife and associated 
                wildlife markets;
                  (C) summarizing additional personnel hired 
                with funding authorized under this title, 
                including the number hired in each bureau; and
                  (D) describing partnerships developed with 
                other institutions of higher learning and 
                nongovernmental organizations.

SEC. 30708. ONE HEALTH TASK FORCE.

  (a) Establishment.--There is established a task force to be 
known as the ``One Health Task Force''.
  (b) Duties of Task Force.--The duties of the Task Force shall 
be to--
          (1) ensure an integrated approach across the Federal 
        Government and globally to the prevention of, early 
        detection of, preparedness for, and response to 
        zoonotic spillover and the outbreak and transmission of 
        zoonotic diseases that may pose a threat to public 
        health security;
          (2) not later than 1 year after the date of the 
        enactment of this Act, develop and publish, on a 
        publicly accessible website, a plan for global 
        biosecurity and zoonotic disease prevention and 
        response that leverages expertise in public health, 
        consumer education and communication, behavior change, 
        wildlife health, wildlife conservation, livestock 
        production, veterinary health, food safety, sustainable 
        forest management, community-based conservation, rural 
        food security, and indigenous rights to coordinate 
        zoonotic disease surveillance internationally, 
        including support for One Health institutions around 
        the world that can prevent and provide early detection 
        of zoonotic outbreaks; and
          (3) expand the scope of the implementation of the 
        White House's Global Health Security Strategy to more 
        robustly support the prevention of zoonotic spillover 
        and respond to zoonotic disease investigations and 
        outbreaks by establishing a 10-year strategy with 
        specific Federal Government domestic and international 
        goals, priorities, and timelines for action, including 
        to--
                  (A) recommend policy actions and mechanisms 
                in developing countries to reduce the risk of 
                zoonotic spillover and zoonotic disease 
                emergence and transmission, including in 
                support of those activities described in 
                section 30707;
                  (B) identify new mandates, authorities, and 
                incentives needed to strengthen the global 
                zoonotic disease plan under paragraph (2);
                  (C) define and list priority areas as 
                countries or regions determined to be of high 
                risk for zoonotic disease emergence, as well as 
                based on, but not limited to, factors that 
                include wildlife biodiversity, livestock 
                production, human population density, and 
                active drivers of disease emergence such as 
                land use change, including forest degradation 
                and loss, intensification of livestock 
                production, and wildlife trade;
                  (D) prioritize engagement in programs that 
                target tropical countries and regions 
                experiencing high rates of biodiversity loss, 
                deforestation, forest degradation, and land 
                conversion and countries with significant 
                markets for live wildlife for human 
                consumption; and
                  (E) identify and recommend actions to address 
                existing gaps in efforts to prevent and respond 
                to domestic zoonotic disease emergence and 
                transmission.
  (c) Membership.--
          (1) In general.--The members of the Task Force 
        established pursuant to subsection (a) shall be 
        composed of representatives from each of the following 
        agencies:
                  (A) One permanent Chairperson at the level of 
                Deputy Assistant Secretary or above from the 
                following agencies, to rotate every 2 years in 
                an order to be determined by the Administrator:
                          (i) The Department of Agriculture or 
                        the Animal and Plant Health Inspection 
                        Service.
                          (ii) The Department of Health and 
                        Human Services or the Centers for 
                        Disease Control and Prevention.
                          (iii) The Department of the Interior 
                        or the United States Fish and Wildlife 
                        Service.
                          (iv) The Department of State.
                          (v) The United States Agency for 
                        International Development.
                          (vi) The National Security Council.
                  (B) At least 13 additional members, with at 
                least 1 from each of the following agencies:
                          (i) The Centers for Disease Control 
                        and Prevention.
                          (ii) The Department of Agriculture.
                          (iii) The Department of Defense.
                          (iv) The Department of State.
                          (v) The Environmental Protection 
                        Agency.
                          (vi) The National Science Foundation.
                          (vii) The National Institutes of 
                        Health.
                          (viii) The National Institute of 
                        Standards and Technology.
                          (ix) The Office of Science and 
                        Technology Policy.
                          (x) The United States Agency for 
                        International Development.
                          (xi) The United States Fish and 
                        Wildlife Service.
                          (xii) The Department of Homeland 
                        Security, FEMA.
                          (xiii) United States Customs and 
                        Border Protection.
          (2) Timing of appointments.--Appointments to the Task 
        Force shall be made not later than 30 days after the 
        date of the enactment of this Act.
          (3) Terms.--
                  (A) In general.--Each member shall be 
                appointed for a term of 2 years.
                  (B) Vacancies.--Any member appointed to fill 
                a vacancy occurring before the expiration of 
                the term for which the member's predecessor was 
                appointed shall be appointed only for the 
                remainder of that term. A member may serve 
                after the expiration of that term until a 
                successor has been appointed.
  (d) Meeting.--
          (1) Initial meeting.--The Task Force shall hold its 
        initial meeting not later than 45 days after the final 
        appointment of all members under subsection (c)(2).
          (2) Meetings.--
                  (A) In general.--The Task Force shall meet at 
                the call of the Chairperson.
                  (B) Quorum.--Eight members of the Task Force 
                shall constitute a quorum, but a lesser number 
                may hold hearings.
  (e) Compensation.--
          (1) Prohibition of compensation.--Except as provided 
        in paragraph (2), members of the Task Force may not 
        receive additional pay, allowances, or benefits by 
        reason of their service on the Task Force.
          (2) Travel expenses.--Each member shall receive 
        travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of 
        subsistence, in accordance with applicable provisions 
        under subchapter I of chapter 57 of title 5, United 
        States Code.
  (f) Reports.--
          (1) Report to task force.--Not later than 6 months 
        after the date of the enactment of this Act and 
        annually thereafter, the Federal agencies listed in 
        subsection (c) shall submit a report to the Task Force 
        containing a detailed statement with respect to the 
        results of any programming within their agencies that 
        addresses the goals of zoonotic spillover and disease 
        prevention.
          (2) Report to congress.--Not later than 1 year after 
        the date of the enactment of this Act and annually 
        thereafter, the Task Force shall submit to the 
        appropriate congressional committees and the National 
        Security Advisor a report containing a detailed 
        statement of the recommendations of the Council 
        pursuant to subsection (b).
  (g) FACA.--Section 14(a)(2)(B) of the Federal Advisory 
Committee Act shall not apply to the Task Force. This task 
force shall be authorized for 7 years after the date of the 
enactment of this Act and up to an additional 2 years at the 
discretion of the Task Force Chair.

SEC. 30709. RESERVATION OF RIGHTS.

  Nothing in this title shall restrict or otherwise prohibit--
          (1) legal and regulated hunting, fishing, or trapping 
        activities for subsistence, sport, or recreation; or
          (2) the lawful domestic and international transport 
        of legally harvested fish or wildlife trophies.
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   203. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Reschenthaler of 
         Pennsylvania or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division B, add the following:

   Subtitle G--National Academies Science, Technology, and Security 
                               Roundtable


SEC. 10671. AD-HOC COMMITTEE ON RESEARCH SECURITY.

  Section 1746(b) of the National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2020 (Public Law 116-92; 42 U.S.C. 6601 note) is 
amended--
          (1) in paragraph (3)(B), by striking ``involving 
        federally funded research and development'' and 
        inserting ``facing the United States research 
        enterprise'';
          (2) by redesignating paragraph (5) as paragraph (6);
          (3) by inserting after paragraph (4) the following 
        new paragraph:
          ``(5) Ad-hoc committee.--
                  ``(A) In general.--The roundtable shall 
                convene an ad-hoc committee to study and make 
                recommendations on research security issues 
                consistent with paragraph (3).
                  ``(B) Study and report.--Not later than 180 
                days after the first meeting of the ad-hoc 
                committee convened under subparagraph (A), such 
                committee shall--
                          ``(i) complete a fast-track consensus 
                        study on the feasibility of 
                        establishing an independent, non-profit 
                        entity (referred to in this paragraph 
                        as the `entity') to further protect the 
                        United States research enterprise 
                        against foreign interference, theft, 
                        and espionage; and
                          ``(ii) submit to the relevant 
                        committees a report on the results of 
                        the study.
                  ``(C) Elements.--The report required under 
                subparagraph (B)(ii) shall include analysis and 
                recommendations with respect to each of the 
                following:
                          ``(i) The organizational structure of 
                        the entity.
                          ``(ii) The appropriate relationship 
                        between the entity and the Federal 
                        government, including the interagency 
                        working group established under 
                        subsection (a).
                          ``(iii) The appropriate level of 
                        financial resources needed to establish 
                        the entity.
                          ``(iv) A self-sustaining funding 
                        model for the entity.
                          ``(v) Whether and how the entity 
                        can--
                                  ``(I) enable informed, 
                                proactive, and unbiased risk 
                                assessment for and by the 
                                United States research 
                                enterprise;
                                  ``(II) in coordination with 
                                the interagency working group 
                                established under subsection 
                                (a), the Federal agencies that 
                                comprise the working group, and 
                                the roundtable under this 
                                subsection, promote actionable 
                                and timely information sharing 
                                among the United States 
                                research enterprise about 
                                foreign interference, theft, 
                                and espionage of research and 
                                development;
                                  ``(III) provide non-punitive, 
                                non-legally binding advice to 
                                the United States research 
                                enterprise, including frontline 
                                researchers, about foreign 
                                inference, theft, and espionage 
                                including advice with respect 
                                to risks associated with 
                                international partnerships and 
                                foreign talent recruitment 
                                programs;
                                  ``(IV) secure the trust and 
                                active participation of the 
                                United States research 
                                enterprise;
                                  ``(V) regularly conduct open-
                                source intelligence analysis to 
                                provide actionable and timely 
                                unclassified information to the 
                                United States research 
                                enterprise about foreign 
                                interference, theft, and 
                                espionage, including analysis 
                                to be tailored specifically for 
                                the purpose of assisting 
                                frontline researchers in making 
                                security-informed decisions; 
                                and
                                  ``(VI) offer products and 
                                services to the United States 
                                research enterprise to help 
                                inform research security 
                                efforts such as analyses of 
                                global research and development 
                                trends, advice regarding 
                                intellectual property 
                                production and protection, 
                                market analyses, and risk 
                                assessment for day-to-day 
                                activities such as 
                                collaboration, travel, and 
                                hiring.
                          ``(vi) Such other information and 
                        recommendations as the committee 
                        considers necessary to ensure that the 
                        entity operates effectively.''; and
          (4) in paragraph (6), as so redesignated, by striking 
        ``2024'' and inserting ``2025''.
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   204. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Reschenthaler of 
         Pennsylvania or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 697, line 5, strike ``and semiconductors'' and insert 
``, semiconductors, and rare earth permanent magnets''.
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    205. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ross of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1710, line 22, insert after ``physical sciences,'' the 
following: ``health professions and related programs,''.
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    206. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ross of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end the following:

                 DIVISION M--EMERGING TECHNOLOGY LEADS


SEC. 120001. EMERGING TECHNOLOGY LEADS.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Covered individual.--The term ``covered 
        individual'' means--
                  (A) an individual serving in a Senior 
                Executive Service position, as that term is 
                defined in section 3132(a) of title 5, United 
                States Code;
                  (B) an individual who--
                          (i) is serving in a position to which 
                        section 5376 of title 5, United States 
                        Code, applies; and
                          (ii) has a significant amount of 
                        seniority and experience, as determined 
                        by the head of the applicable covered 
                        Federal agency; or
                  (C) another individual who is the equivalent 
                of an individual described in subparagraph (A) 
                or (B), as determined by the head of the 
                applicable covered Federal agency.
          (2) Covered federal agency.--The term ``covered 
        Federal agency'' means--
                  (A) an agency listed in section 901(b) of 
                title 31, United States Code; or
                  (B) an element of the intelligence community, 
                as defined in section 3 of the National 
                Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3003).
  (b) Appointment or Designation.--Each covered Federal agency 
that is also substantially engaged in the development, 
application, or oversight of emerging technologies shall 
consider appointing or designating a covered individual as an 
emerging technology lead to advise the agency on the 
responsible use of emerging technologies, including artificial 
intelligence, provide expertise on responsible policies and 
practices, collaborate with interagency coordinating bodies, 
and provide input for procurement policies.
  (c) Informing Congress.--Not later than 180 days after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, the President shall inform 
Congress of each covered Federal agency in which a covered 
individual has been appointed or designated as an emerging 
technology lead under subsection (b) and provide Congress with 
a description of the authorities and responsibilities of the 
covered individuals so appointed.
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    207. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ross of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title XI of division H, add the following:

SEC. 71104. LEASING ON THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF.

  (a) Leasing Authorized.--The Secretary of the Interior is 
authorized to grant leases pursuant to section 8(p)(1)(C) of 
the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 1337(p)(1)(C)) 
in the areas withdrawn by the Presidential Memorandum entitled 
``Memorandum on the Withdrawal of Certain Areas of the United 
States Outer Continental Shelf from Leasing Disposition'' 
(issued September 8, 2020) and the Presidential Memorandum 
entitled ``Presidential Determination on the Withdrawal of 
Certain Areas of the United States Outer Continental Shelf from 
Leasing Disposition'' (issued September 25, 2020).
  (b) Withdrawals.--Any Presidential withdrawal of an area of 
the Outer Continental Shelf from leasing under section 12(a) of 
the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 1341(a)) 
issued after the date of enactment of this section shall apply 
only to leasing authorized under subsections (a) and (i) of 
section 8 of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 
1337(a) and 1337(i)), unless otherwise specified.
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    208. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ross of North 
           Carolina or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 748, strike lines 3 and 4, and insert the following:
                  (F) Advanced communications technology 
                (including optical transmission components) and 
                educational technology.
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   209. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ruppersberger of 
           Maryland or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division E, add the following new section:

SEC. 40103. DEFENSE PRIORITIES EFFECTIVENESS STUDY.

  The Comptroller General of the United States shall study the 
effectiveness of the Defense Priorities and Allocations System 
(as described in part 700 of title 15, Code of Federal 
Regulations) at assuring the timely availability of industrial 
resources, including semiconductor and other microelectronics 
products, to meet national defense and emergency preparedness 
program requirements.
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 210. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Rush of Illinois or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 68, strike lines 13 and 14 and insert the following:
                  (C) by redesignating subparagraph (D) as 
                subparagraph (E) and by inserting at the end of 
                such subparagraph the following: ``Any 
                applicant with more than 100 employees shall 
                provide data to the Secretary on the racial 
                diversity of their workforce.'' ; and
  Page 69, after line 11, insert the following:
          (4) in subsection (c)(1)(C)(iii), by striking 
        ``including efforts to hire individuals from 
        disadvantaged populations; and'' and inserting 
        ``including--
                                  ``(I) efforts to hire 
                                individuals from disadvantaged 
                                populations; and
                                  ``(II) the aggregated racial 
                                diversity of workforce data for 
                                applicants who received awards 
                                made under the program and 
                                separately for applicants who 
                                unsuccessfully applied for such 
                                an award; and''.
  Page 69, line 12, strike ``(4)'' and insert ``(5)''.
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 211. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Ryan of Ohio or His 
                   Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 756, insert after line 12 the following:

SEC. 20209. NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CRITICAL SUPPLY CHAINS.

  (a) Establishment.--Congress shall establish a National 
Commission on Critical Supply Chains (referred to in this 
section as the ``Commission'').
  (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the Commission shall be to--
          (1) convene an independent entity that brings 
        together national experts in a highly visible forum to 
        conduct a systematic study and give guidance to 
        Congress on the complex and strategically important 
        issues related to rebuilding critical American supply 
        chains;
          (2) identify the critical supply chains in which the 
        United States is dependent on materials, products, 
        equipment, or services from foreign countries and in 
        which substantial harm would come to U.S. economic 
        security, national defense, or way of life if those 
        supply chains were compromised or no longer available;
          (3) investigate in depth and report on existing 
        dependencies, limitations, and risks to the United 
        States for each of these critical supply chains, 
        including considerations for medical supplies, 
        equipment, and medications; rare earth materials; 
        precision-integrated circuits and microchips; machine 
        tools and production equipment; defense components and 
        homeland security capabilities; scientific equipment 
        needed for advanced technology research and 
        development; clothing and textiles; and food and 
        agricultural products;
          (4) assess and provide guidance on key questions, 
        including--
                  (A) which driving forces are pushing U.S. 
                companies to offshore their procurement or 
                their manufacturing operations;
                  (B) how the United States can predict and 
                prevent future supply chain disruptions;
                  (C) what the United States can do to reduce 
                future vulnerabilities and risks;
                  (D) whether the United States can make the 
                American supply chain resilient enough to 
                protect necessary capabilities and resources;
                  (E) which manufacturing activities should be 
                performed strictly within the United States to 
                ensure economic and national security;
                  (F) what actions should be taken by the 
                United States to increase domestic 
                manufacturing to meet critical supply chain 
                needs and improve its terms of trade; and
                  (G) what would be the effects of a new 
                national manufacturing strategy on employment, 
                growth, innovation, and national security; and
          (5) develop and propose specific recommendations, 
        submit a biannual comprehensive report (and 
        intermediate updates as necessary to maintain timely 
        and relevant information), and provide Congressional 
        oversight to Congress to be used as a resource for 
        legislative actions to mitigate the risks of future 
        American supply chain disruptions.
  (c) Membership.--
          (1) Members.--The Commission shall be composed of 12 
        members, of whom ---
                  (A) three members shall be appointed by the 
                Speaker of the House of Representatives, in 
                consultation with the chairpersons of relevant 
                committees, including the Committee on Ways and 
                Means, Committee on Energy and Commerce, 
                Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, 
                Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, 
                Committee on Armed Services, Committee on 
                Natural Resources, Committee on Small Business, 
                Committee on Homeland Security, and Committee 
                on Agriculture of the House of Representatives;
                  (B) three members shall be appointed by the 
                minority leader of the House of 
                Representatives, in consultation with the 
                ranking minority Members of relevant 
                committees, including the Committees described 
                in subparagraph (A);
                  (C) three members shall be appointed by the 
                President pro tempore of the Senate upon the 
                recommendation of the majority leader of the 
                Senate, in consultation with the chairpersons 
                of relevant committees, including the Committee 
                on Finance, Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
                Technology, Committee on Armed Services, 
                Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, 
                Committee on Small Business and 
                Entrepreneurship, Committee on Homeland 
                Security and Governmental Affairs, Committee on 
                Environment and Public Works, and Committee on 
                Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry of the 
                Senate; and
                  (D) three members shall be appointed by the 
                President pro tempore of the Senate upon the 
                recommendation of the minority leader of the 
                Senate, in consultation with the ranking 
                minority Members of relevant committees, 
                including the Committees described in 
                subparagraph (C).
          (2) Chair; vice chair.--
                  (A) Appointment.--Not later than 30 days 
                after the initial meeting of the Commission, 
                the Commission shall elect a Chair and Vice 
                Chair from among the Commission's members by a 
                simple majority vote, and such Chair and Vice 
                Chair shall be members of the Commission who 
                were appointed by appointing authorities from 
                different political parties under paragraph 
                (1).
                  (B) Presence.--For purposes of appointing the 
                Chair, all 12 members must be present. If all 
                12 members are not present, appointment of the 
                chair shall be delayed until the next meeting 
                of the Commission at which all 12 members are 
                present.
                  (C) Timing.--If a quorum is not present at 
                that initial meeting, the Chair shall be 
                appointed at the first meeting after that at 
                which a quorum is present. If a Vice Chair is 
                elected before the Chair and no Chair is 
                elected, the Vice Chair shall serve as acting 
                Chair until the Chair is elected.
                  (D) New chair and vice chair each congress.--
                A new Chair and Vice Chair shall be elected 
                with respect to each Congress. Any member that 
                was a Chair or Vice Chair in a Congress may not 
                be elected to be a Chair or Vice Chair in a 
                subsequent Congress.
          (3) Qualifications.--
                  (A) Areas of expertise.--
                          (i) In general.--Each individual 
                        appointed to the Commission shall have 
                        substantial expertise in one or more of 
                        the following areas:
                                  (I) Supply chain expertise, 
                                including the following:
                                          (aa) Advanced 
                                        manufacturing, with a 
                                        focus on distributed 
                                        operations and supply 
                                        chain management.
                                          (bb) Economics of 
                                        U.S. manufacturing.
                                          (cc) Supply chain 
                                        logistics.
                                          (dd) Supplier 
                                        certification and 
                                        quality assurance 
                                        processes.
                                          (ee) Raw materials 
                                        sourcing and 
                                        distribution.
                                          (ff) Metrics used by 
                                        Original Equipment 
                                        Manufacturer purchasing 
                                        managers and chief 
                                        financial officers to 
                                        make purchasing 
                                        decisions.
                                  (II) Critical domain 
                                expertise, including the 
                                following:
                                          (aa) Health care, 
                                        medical device, and 
                                        pharmaceutical 
                                        manufacturing.
                                          (bb) Mining, supply, 
                                        and usage of rare earth 
                                        materials.
                                          (cc) Precision-
                                        integrated circuits, 
                                        microchips, and 
                                        semiconductor 
                                        manufacturing.
                                          (dd) Defense 
                                        component manufacturing 
                                        and homeland security 
                                        products.
                                          (ee) Advanced machine 
                                        tools and production 
                                        equipment.
                                          (ff) Scientific 
                                        equipment for high-
                                        precision research and 
                                        development.
                                          (gg) Clothing and 
                                        textiles manufacturing.
                                          (hh) Food production 
                                        and agricultural 
                                        products manufacturing.
                                  (III) Industrial policy 
                                expertise, including knowledge 
                                of industrial organization, 
                                development economics, and 
                                policy tools that have been 
                                used by the United States and 
                                other developing or industrial 
                                economies in the world.
                          (ii) Composition.--The composition of 
                        the members of the Commission shall 
                        ensure the Commission has substantial 
                        expertise in all areas described in 
                        clause (i).
                  (B) Nongovernment appointees.--An individual 
                appointed to the Commission may not be an 
                officer or employee of the Federal Government.
          (4) Appointment requirements.--
                  (A) Initial appointments.--Members of the 
                Commission shall be appointed not later than 45 
                days after the date of the enactment of this 
                Act.
                  (B) Term of appointments.--The term of each 
                member of the Commission shall expire on 
                December 31 of the second session of the 
                Congress in which the member is appointed to 
                the Commission.
                  (C) Appointments with each congress.--
                Appointments to the Commission made after the 
                initial appointments to the Commission under 
                subparagraph (A) shall be made not later than 
                30 days after the date on which each Congress 
                convenes.
                  (D) Renewal of appointments.--A member of the 
                Commission may be reappointed for additional 
                terms of service upon mutual agreement between 
                such member and the appointing authority that 
                appointed such member to the Commission.
                  (E) Vacancies.--A vacancy in the Commission 
                shall not affect the powers of the Commission 
                and shall be filled by the same appointing 
                authority that made the original appointment. 
                Any member appointed to fill a vacancy 
                occurring before the expiration of the term for 
                which the member's predecessor was appointed 
                shall be appointed only for the remainder of 
                that term. A member may serve after the 
                expiration of that member's term until a 
                successor has taken office. A vacancy in the 
                Commission shall be filled in the manner in 
                which the original appointment was made by not 
                later than 30 days after the date such vacancy 
                occurs.
                  (F) Removal.--A member of the Commission may 
                be removed from the Commission at any time by 
                the appointing authority that appointed such 
                member to the Commission should the member fail 
                to meet Commission responsibilities.
          (5) Compensation; travel expenses.--Each member of 
        the Commission may be compensated at a rate not to 
        exceed the daily equivalent of the annual rate of basic 
        pay in effect for a position at level IV of the 
        Executive Schedule under section 5315 of title 5, 
        United States Code, for each day during which the 
        member is engaged in the actual performance of the 
        duties of the Commission. Travel expenses of members of 
        the Commission shall be allowed at rates authorized for 
        employees of agencies under subchapter I of chapter 57 
        of title 5, United States Code, except that foreign 
        travel for official purposes by members of the 
        Commission is not authorized.
  (d) Meeting Requirements.--
          (1) Initial meeting.--The Commission shall convene 
        for an initial meeting not later than 45 days after the 
        initial members of the Commission are all appointed. An 
        initial meeting may be convened so long as at least 10 
        members are present.
          (2) Subsequent meetings.--After the initial meeting 
        under paragraph (1), the Commission shall meet upon the 
        call of the Chair or as determined by a majority of 
        Commission members.
          (3) Expectations for attendance by members.--Members 
        are expected to attend all Commission meetings. In the 
        case of an absence, members are expected to report to 
        the Chair prior to the meeting and allowance may be 
        made for an absent member to participate remotely. 
        Members will still be responsible for fulfilling prior 
        commitments, regardless of attendance status. If a 
        member is absent from multiple meetings, the member may 
        be reviewed by the Chair and appointing authority that 
        appointed such member to the Commission and further 
        action will be considered, including removal and 
        replacement on the Commission.
          (4) Quorum.--A majority of the members of the 
        Commission shall constitute a quorum.
          (5) Voting.--Each member of the Commission shall be 
        entitled to one vote, which shall be equal to the vote 
        of every other member of the Commission.
          (6) Meeting notes.--Meetings notes shall be made 
        available to the congressional committees of 
        jurisdiction.
  (e) Subcommittees and Working Groups.--The Commission may 
choose, at the discretion of the Chair and Vice Chair, to 
establish subcommittees and working groups for any purpose 
consistent with the duties of the Commission. Any findings, 
conclusions, or recommendations made by a subcommittee or 
working group shall be considered by the full Commission, which 
shall be responsible for determining any final findings, 
conclusions, and recommendations. Each such subcommittee or 
working group shall operate only for the Congressional Session 
with respect to which such subcommittee or group was 
established.
  (f) Administration and Powers of Commission.--
          (1) Hearings.--The Commission may, for the purpose of 
        carrying out this Act--
                  (A) hold such hearings, sit and act at such 
                times and places, take such testimony, receive 
                such evidence, and administer such oaths as the 
                Commission considers appropriate; and
                  (B) subject to paragraph (2), require the 
                attendance and testimony of witnesses and the 
                production of books, records, correspondence, 
                memoranda, papers, and documents.
          (2) Obtaining official data.--
                  (A) In general.--The Commission may secure 
                directly from any executive department, bureau, 
                agency, board, commission, office, independent 
                establishment, or other instrumentality of the 
                Federal Government or a State, local, Tribal, 
                or territorial government any information, 
                suggestions, estimates, and statistics to 
                enable the Commission to carry out this Act. 
                Each such department, bureau, agency, board, 
                commission, office, independent establishment, 
                or instrumentality shall, to the extent 
                authorized by law, furnish such information, 
                suggestions, estimates, and statistics directly 
                to the Commission, upon request of the Chair of 
                the Commission and the Vice Chair of the 
                Commission or any member designated by a 
                majority of the Commission.
                  (B) Receipt, handling, storage, and 
                dissemination.--Any information, suggestions, 
                estimates, and statistics submitted under 
                subparagraph (A) shall only be received, 
                handled, stored, and disseminated by members of 
                the Commission and its staff, consistent with 
                applicable Federal law.
          (3) Public hearings and meetings.--
                  (A) In general.--The Commission shall hold 
                public hearings and meetings as determined 
                appropriate by the Commission.
                  (B) Protection of certain information.--Any 
                public hearings and meetings of the Commission 
                shall be conducted in a manner consistent with 
                applicable Federal law regarding the protection 
                of data submitted to the Commission under 
                paragraph (3).
          (4) Personnel.--
                  (A) Staff.--
                          (i) Appointment; compensation; travel 
                        expenses.--The Chair of the Commission, 
                        in consultation with Vice Chair of the 
                        Commission, and in accordance with 
                        rules agreed upon by the Commission, 
                        may appoint and fix the compensation of 
                        an executive director and other 
                        additional technical and administrative 
                        personnel as may be necessary to enable 
                        the Commission to carry out its duties, 
                        without regard to the provisions of 
                        title 5, United States Code, governing 
                        appointments in the competitive 
                        service, and without regard to the 
                        provisions of chapter 51 and subchapter 
                        III of chapter 53 of such title 
                        relating to classification and General 
                        Schedule pay rates, except that no rate 
                        of pay fixed under this clause may 
                        exceed the equivalent of that payable 
                        for a position at level V of the 
                        Executive Schedule under section 5316 
                        of title 5, United States Code. Travel 
                        expenses of the executive director and 
                        other additional technical and 
                        administrative personnel of the 
                        Commission shall be allowed at rates 
                        authorized for employees of agencies 
                        under subchapter I of chapter 57 of 
                        title 5, United States Code, except 
                        that foreign travel for official 
                        purposes by such director and personnel 
                        of the Commission is not authorized.
                          (ii) Technical staff expertise 
                        requirement.--Technical staff of the 
                        Commission shall be individuals with 
                        substantial expertise in one or more of 
                        the areas described in subsection 
                        (c)(2). The expertise of such technical 
                        staff shall augment the ability of the 
                        Commission to have substantial 
                        expertise in all areas so described.
                          (iii) Personnel as federal 
                        employees.--
                                  (I) In general.--The 
                                executive director and any 
                                other personnel of the 
                                Commission shall be treated as 
                                employees under section 2105 of 
                                title 5, United States Code, 
                                for purposes of chapters 63, 
                                81, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, and 90 
                                of such title.
                                  (II) Members of commission.--
                                Subclause (I) shall not be 
                                construed to apply to members 
                                of the Commission.
                          (iv) Detailees.--Any Federal 
                        Government employee may be detailed to 
                        the Commission without reimbursement 
                        from the Commission, and such detailee 
                        shall retain the rights, status, and 
                        privileges of his or her regular 
                        employment without interruption.
                          (v) Experts and consultants.--The 
                        Commission may procure temporary and 
                        intermittent services of experts and 
                        consultants in accordance with section 
                        3109 of title 5, United States Code, 
                        but at a rate not to exceed the daily 
                        equivalent of the annual rate of basic 
                        pay in effect for a position at level 
                        IV of the Executive Schedule under 
                        section 5315 of title 5, United States 
                        Code.
                  (B) Assistance from federal agencies.--
                          (i) General services 
                        administration.--The Administrator of 
                        General Services shall provide to the 
                        Commission, on a reimbursable basis, 
                        administrative support and other 
                        services necessary to carry out the 
                        duties of the Commission.
                          (ii) Other departments and 
                        agencies.--In addition to the 
                        assistance described in subparagraph 
                        (A), departments and agencies of the 
                        Federal Government may provide to the 
                        Commission such services, funds, 
                        facilities, and staff as such 
                        departments and agencies determine 
                        appropriate and as authorized by 
                        Federal law.
  (g) Security Clearances.--The members and staff of the 
Commission shall obtain, if necessary to carry out the 
functions of the Commission, appropriate security clearances 
for access to any classified briefing, records, and materials 
to be reviewed by such members or staff. The appropriate 
Federal agencies or departments shall cooperate with the 
Commission in expeditiously providing to the members and staff 
of the Commission security clearances pursuant to existing 
procedures and requirements, except that no person may be 
provided with access to classified information under this Act 
without the appropriate security clearance.
  (h) Reports.--
          (1) Reports.--Not later than December 1 of each year 
        that the Commission remains active and in operation, 
        the Commission shall submit to the majority and 
        minority leaders of the House of Representatives and 
        Senate a comprehensive report on the findings, 
        conclusions, and recommendations of the Commission with 
        respect to such year and including an executive summary 
        of the Commission's purposes and activities and any 
        relevant references and materials with respect to such 
        year. Notwithstanding the previous sentence, the 
        Commission shall not be required to submit a report 
        under this paragraph with respect to the first year in 
        which such Commission is active and in operation if the 
        Commission is so active and in operation for fewer than 
        six months of such first year.
          (2) Classified information.--In the case that a 
        report submitted under this subsection includes 
        classified information, the Commission shall also 
        submit to the majority and minority leaders of the 
        House of Representatives and Senate a redacted version 
        of such report with such classified information 
        included as a classified annex to such report.
          (3) Public availability.--Reports submitted under 
        this subsection, or the redacted versions of such 
        reports (if applicable), shall be made publicly 
        available on a centralized Federal internet website.
  (i) Applicability of FACA.--Except as provided in subsection 
(j), the provisions of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (5 
U.S.C. App.) shall apply to the activities of the Commission.
  (j) Termination.--
          (1) In general.--The Commission, and all the 
        authorities of the Commission under this Act, shall 
        remain active and in operation until the last day of 
        the 10-year period beginning on the date of the 
        enactment of this Act.
          (2) Administrative activities.--The Commission may 
        use the 60-day period following the date of termination 
        of the Commission for the purpose of concluding its 
        activities, including providing testimony to Congress 
        concerning its results and disseminating the final 
        report of the Commission.
  (k) Authorization of Appropriations.--For purposes of 
carrying out this section, there is authorized to be 
appropriated to the Commission $6,000,000 for fiscal year 2022 
and such sums as may be necessary for each fiscal year 
thereafter through fiscal year 2032, to be available until 
expended.
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212. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Salazar of Florida or 
                 Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of part 1 of subtitle D of title II of 
division D the following:

SEC. __. REPORT ON MAJOR CHINESE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS.

  Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of State shall submit to Congress a 
report on major Chinese infrastructure investments in Latin 
America and the Caribbean and the extent to which the countries 
that host these investments are able to meet the interest and 
principal payments associated with any outstanding loans.
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     213. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Scanlon of 
         Pennsylvania or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 287, after line 17, insert the following:
          (4) Course-based undergraduate research 
        experiences.--
                  (A) In general.--The Director shall carry out 
                a 4-year pilot program under which the Director 
                shall award grants, on a competitive basis, to 
                institutions of higher education and non-profit 
                organizations (or consortia of such 
                institutions or organizations) to establish a 
                total of not fewer than five Centers to develop 
                and scale up successful models for providing 
                undergraduate students with hands-on, 
                discovery-based research courses.
                  (B) Use of funds.--Grants made under this 
                paragraph shall be used to--
                          (i) develop, assess, and disseminate 
                        models for providing undergraduate 
                        students with course-based research 
                        experiences across STEM disciplines and 
                        education levels;
                          (ii) identify and address 
                        opportunities and challenges in 
                        facilitating implementation across a 
                        broad range of institution types, 
                        including minority-serving institutions 
                        and community colleges;
                          (iii) identify and develop best 
                        practices to address barriers for 
                        faculty, including institutional 
                        culture, resources, and incentive 
                        structures;
                          (iv) identify and address factors 
                        that may facilitate or discourage 
                        participation by students from all 
                        backgrounds;
                          (v) provide faculty with curriculum, 
                        professional development, training, 
                        networking opportunities, and other 
                        support to enable the development, 
                        adaptation, or expansion of a 
                        discovery-based research course; and
                          (vi) collect data and carry out 
                        research to evaluate the impacts of 
                        course-based undergraduate research 
                        experiences on the STEM workforce.
                  (C) Partnerships.--In making awards under 
                this paragraph, the Director shall consider the 
                extent to which the proposed Center will 
                establish partnerships among multiple types of 
                academic institutions, including community 
                colleges, emerging research institutions, 
                historically Black colleges and universities, 
                Tribal Colleges or Universities, and minority 
                serving institutions, the private sector, and 
                other relevant stakeholders in supporting 
                programs and activities to facilitate faculty 
                training and the widespread and sustained 
                implementation of promising, evidence-based 
                practices, models, programs, and curriculum.
                  (D) Report.--Not later than 180 days after 
                the date on which the pilot program is 
                completed, the Director shall submit to 
                Congress a report that includes--
                          (i) an assessment, that includes 
                        feedback from the research community, 
                        of the effectiveness of the pilot 
                        program in increasing the number, 
                        diversity, and workforce readiness of 
                        STEM graduates; and
                          (ii) if determined to be effective, a 
                        plan for permanent implementation of 
                        the pilot program.
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     214. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Scanlon of 
         Pennsylvania or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 579, line 10, by inserting ``the top five'' before 
``leading''.
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215. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Schneider of Illinois 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 785, after line 11, insert the following:

SEC. 20214. GAO REPORT ON GLOBAL SEMICONDUCTOR SHORTAGE.

  Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this 
Act, the Comptroller General of the United States shall submit 
to Congress a report on the global semiconductor supply 
shortage and the impact of that shortage on manufacturing in 
the United States.
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216. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Schrier of Washington 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 607, after line 23, insert the following:
          ``(4) Clean energy technology.--The term `clean 
        energy technology' means a technology that 
        significantly reduces energy use, increases energy 
        efficiency, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, reduces 
        emissions of other pollutants, or mitigates other 
        negative environmental consequences of energy 
        production, transmission or use.
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217. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Schweikert of Arizona 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Strike title X of division G.
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218. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherman of California 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division G insert the following:

    TITLE XI--DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO CERTAIN EXEMPTED 
                              TRANSACTIONS


SEC. 61101. IN GENERAL.

  (a) Amendment.--The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is 
amended by inserting after section 13A (15 U.S.C. 78m-1) the 
following:

``SEC. 13B. DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO CERTAIN EXEMPTED 
                    TRANSACTIONS.

  ``(a) In General.--Notwithstanding any other provision of 
law, in the case of an issuer that conducts a covered exempted 
transaction, such issuer shall provide to the Commission, at 
such time and in such manner as the Commission may prescribe, 
the following:
          ``(1) The identity of the issuer.
          ``(2) The place of incorporation of the issuer.
          ``(3) The amount of the issuance and the net proceeds 
        to the issuer.
          ``(4) The principal beneficial owners of the issuer.
          ``(5) The intended use of the proceeds from such 
        issuance, including--
                  ``(A) each country in which the issuer 
                intends to invest such proceeds; and
                  ``(B) each industry in which the issuer 
                intends to invest such proceeds.
          ``(6) The exemption the issuer relies on with respect 
        to such covered exempted transaction.
  ``(b) Authority to Revise and Promulgate Rules, Regulations, 
and Forms.--The Commission shall, for the protection of 
investors and fair and orderly markets, revise and promulgate 
such rules, regulations, and forms as may be necessary to carry 
out this section. The Commission shall also issue rules to set 
conditions for future use of the exemptions for those issuers 
who do not comply with the disclosure requirements of this 
section.
  ``(c) Covered Exempted Transaction.--The term `covered 
exempted transaction' means an issuance of a security that is 
exempt from registration under section 5 of the Securities Act 
of 1933 (15 U.S.C. 77e) that--
          ``(1) is structured or intended to comply with--
                  ``(A) Rule 506(b) of Regulation D, as 
                promulgated by the Commission;
                  ``(B) Regulation S, as promulgated by the 
                Commission; or
                  ``(C) Rule 144A, as promulgated by the 
                Commission; and
          ``(2) either--
                  ``(A) has an issuance equal to $25,000,000 or 
                greater; or
                  ``(B) with respect to any 1-year period, has, 
                together with all covered exempted transactions 
                in that period, an aggregate issuance of 
                $50,000,000 or greater.''.
  (b) Applicability.--The amendment made by subsection (a) 
shall apply with respect to issuers of covered exempt 
transactions on the date that is 270 days after the date of the 
enactment of this Act.
  (c) Report.--The Commission shall, each quarter, submit to 
the Committee of Financial Services of the House of 
Representatives and Committee of Banking, Housing, and Urban 
Affairs of the Senate a report that includes all information 
submitted by an issuer under section 13B of the Securities 
Exchange Act of 1934, as added by subsection (a), during the 
previous quarter if such issuer--
          (1) is--
                  (A) incorporated in the People's Republic of 
                China; or
                  (B) incorporated outside the People's 
                Republic of China and has significant entities 
                within the People's Republic of China being 
                consolidated with the issuer where the assets 
                of those entities within the People's Republic 
                of China constitute the majority of assets of 
                the consolidated entity; or
          (2) discloses in a filing made pursuant to section 
        13B of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as added by 
        subsection (a), that the issuer intends to invest the 
        proceeds from issuance of an exempted transaction in 
        the People's Republic of China.
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   219. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division E, add the following:

SEC. 40103. INFLATION STUDY.

  The Comptroller General shall, not later than 1 year after 
the date of the enactment of this Act, conduct a study and 
submit to the Congress a report that analyzes--
          (1) the impacts of this Act and the amendments made 
        by this Act on inflation; and
          (2) how all amounts appropriated pursuant to this Act 
        are spent.
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   220. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 199, line 23, strike ``Atmospheric Administration and'' 
and insert ``Atmospheric Administration,''.
  Page 199, line 24, after ``Agency'' insert the following: 
``the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the 
National Science Foundation, and other Federal agencies, as 
appropriate,''.
  Page 200, line 5, after ``systems'' insert the following: 
``placed in-situ and on space-based platforms''.
  Page 201, line 4, strike ``and''.
  Page 201, line 13, strike the period and insert a semicolon.
  Page 201, after line 13, insert the following:
                  ``(F) coordinate with the National Oceanic 
                and Atmospheric Administration to ensure data 
                are managed, stewarded, and archived at all 
                levels and promote full and open exchange at 
                Federal and State levels, and with academia, 
                industry, and other users; and
                  ``(G) coordinate with international partners, 
                including international standards 
                organizations, to maintain global greenhouse 
                gas measurement technical standards.''.
  Page 201, line 22, insert ``from in-situ and space-based 
platforms'' before the period at the end.
  Page 204, line 2, after ``including'', insert the following 
``academia''.
  Page 204, line 3, strike ``and local officials'' and insert 
``local officials, and international partners''.
  Page 222, line 16, strike ``and agility'' and insert 
``agility, and interference mitigation methods''.
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   221. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title III of division C, add the following:

SEC. 20303. IMPROVING THE NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.

  (a) Program.--The Secretary of Energy shall establish a grant 
program to provide financial assistance to States to offset the 
incremental rate increases paid by low-income households 
resulting from the implementation of infrastructure 
replacement, repair, and maintenance programs that are approved 
by the rate-setting entity and designed to accelerate the 
necessary replacement, repair, or maintenance of natural gas 
distribution systems.
  (b) Date of Eligibility.--Awards may be provided under this 
section to offset rate increases described in subsection (a) 
occurring on or after the date of enactment of this Act.
  (c) Prioritization.--The Secretary shall collaborate with 
States to prioritize the distribution of grants made under this 
section. At a minimum, the Secretary shall consider 
prioritizing the distribution of grants to States which have--
          (1) authorized or adopted enhanced infrastructure 
        replacement programs or innovative rate recovery 
        mechanisms, such as infrastructure cost trackers and 
        riders, infrastructure base rate surcharges, deferred 
        regulatory asset programs, and earnings stability 
        mechanisms; and
          (2) a viable means for delivering financial 
        assistance to low-income households.
  (d) Auditing and Reporting Requirements.--The Secretary shall 
establish auditing and reporting requirements for States with 
respect to the performance of eligible projects funded pursuant 
to grants awarded under this section.
  (e) Prevailing Wages.--All laborers and mechanics employed by 
contractors or subcontractors in the performance of 
construction, alteration, or repair work assisted, in whole or 
in part, by a grant under this section shall be paid wages at 
rates not less than those prevailing on similar construction in 
the locality as determined by the Secretary of Labor in 
accordance with subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40. With 
respect to the labor standards in this subsection, the 
Secretary of Labor shall have the authority and functions set 
forth in Reorganization Plan Numbered 14 of 1950 (64 Stat. 
1267; 5 U.S.C. App.) and section 3145 of title 40.
  (f) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Innovative rate recovery mechanisms.--The term 
        ``innovative rate recovery mechanisms'' means rate 
        structures that allow State public utility commissions 
        to modify tariffs and recover costs of investments in 
        utility replacement incurred between rate cases.
          (2) Low-income household.--The term ``low-income 
        household'' means a household that is eligible to 
        receive payments under section 2605(b)(2) of the Low-
        Income Home Energy Assistance Act of 1981 (42 U.S.C. 
        8624(b)(2)).
  (g) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated to the Secretary to carry out this section 
$250,000,000 in each of fiscal years 2022 through 2031.
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   222. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 189, after line 5, insert the following:

SEC. 10115. ADDITIONAL RESEARCH.

  (a) In General.--The Secretary of Energy shall support 
research to advance adoption of integrated rooftop solar, 
distributed solar, and microgrid technologies.
  (b) Funding.--There is authorized to be appropriated to carry 
out this section $50,000,000.
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   223. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 2005, after line 2, insert the following:

     TITLE V--CRITICAL SUPPLY CHAIN SECTORS APPRENTICESHIPS GRANTS


SEC. 90501. GRANT REQUIREMENTS.

  (a) Authority.--
          (1) In general.--The Secretary of Labor may award 
        grants, contracts, or cooperative agreements to 
        eligible entities on a competitive basis for the 
        purposes of expanding the offerings of apprenticeship 
        programs registered under the national apprenticeship 
        system in sectors across the national supply chain with 
        workforce shortages.
          (2) Coordination and technical assistance.--For the 
        purposes of carrying out paragraph (1), the Secretary 
        of Labor shall coordinate with State Offices of 
        Apprenticeship to provide technical assistance, and 
        take additional actions as warranted to support the 
        workforce needs of such sectors.
  (b) Application.--An eligible entity desiring a grant under 
this section shall submit an application to the Secretary of 
Labor at such time, in such manner, and containing such 
information as the Secretary may reasonably require. At a 
minimum, each application shall include a proposal to--
          (1) serve employers and workers in sectors across the 
        national supply chain that have workforce shortages and 
        for whom access to a skilled workforce is critical to 
        the function of the United States supply chain; and
          (2) provide opportunities in only nontraditional 
        apprenticeship occupations that are suitable for 
        apprenticeship programs.
  (d) Duration.--Each grant awarded under this title shall be 
for a period not to exceed 4 years.
  (e) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) In general.--Except as otherwise provided, any 
        term used in this title that is defined in section 2 of 
        the National Apprenticeship Act, as amended by section 
        90103 of this Act shall have the meaning given the term 
        in such section.
          (2) Apprenticeship program.--The term 
        ``apprenticeship program'' means an apprenticeship 
        program registered under the national apprenticeship 
        system.
          (3) Eligible entity.--The term ``eligible entity'' 
        means--
                  (A) a program sponsor of an apprenticeship 
                program;
                  (B) a State workforce development board or 
                State workforce agency, or a local workforce 
                development board or local workforce 
                development agency;
                  (C) an education and training provider, or a 
                consortium of such providers;
                  (D) if the applicant is in a State with a 
                State apprenticeship agency, such State 
                apprenticeship agency;
                  (E) an Indian Tribe or Tribal organization;
                  (F) an industry or sector partnership, a 
                group of employers, a trade association, or a 
                professional association that sponsors or 
                participates in an apprenticeship program;
                  (G) a Governor of a State;
                  (H) a labor organization or joint labor-
                management organization; or
                  (I) a qualified intermediary.
          (4) Workforce shortage.--The term ``workforce 
        shortage'' means there are an insufficient number of 
        individuals with the required skills and competencies 
        needed for a particular occupation to meet the current 
        and future demands of employers, as determined by the 
        Secretary of Labor.
  (f) Authorization of Appropriations.--There are authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this title such sums as may be 
necessary for fiscal year 2023 and each of the succeeding 4 
fiscal years.
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   224. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1453, after line 11, insert the following:

SEC. 40103. GAO REPORT ON INFLATION.

  Not later than 18 months after the date of the enactment of 
this Act, the Comptroller General shall submit to Congress a 
report that includes the following:
          (1) An analysis of the effects of this Act on 
        inflation for the year after the date of the enactment 
        of this Act.
          (2) A projection for how this Act will affect 
        inflation during the second year following such date of 
        enactment and for every year thereafter for the next 8 
        years.
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   225. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Sherrill of New 
            Jersey or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of title VI of division B, add the following:

              Subtitle G--Better Energy Storage Technology


SEC. 10671. LONG-DURATION DEMONSTRATION INITIATIVE AND JOINT PROGRAM.

  (a) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 3201(h)(3) of 
the Energy Act of 2020 (42 U.S.C. 17232(h)(3)) is amended by 
striking ``$30,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2021 through 
2025'' and inserting ``$45,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
2022 through 2026''.
  (b) Technical Correction.--Effective as of the enactment of 
the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, section 40334 of 
such Act is amended by striking ``Energy Policy Act of 2020'' 
and inserting ``Energy Act of 2020''.
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 226. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Smith of Washington 
               or His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Add at the end of title III of division I the following:

SEC. 80306. CITIZENSHIP FOR CERTAIN CHILDREN BORN OUTSIDE THE UNITED 
                    STATES.

  (a) In General.--Section 104 of the Child Citizenship Act of 
2000 (8 U.S. C. 1431 note) is amended to read as follows:

``SEC. 104. EFFECTIVE DATE.

  ``The amendments made by this title shall take effect 120 
days after the date of the enactment of this Act and shall 
apply--
          ``(1) to individuals who satisfy the requirements of 
        section 320 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 
        U.S.C. 1431), before, on, or after the date of the 
        enactment of this Act; and
          ``(2) to individuals who satisfy the requirements of 
        section 322 (8 U.S.C. 1433) of the Immigration and 
        Nationality Act, as in effect on such effective 
        date.''.
  (b) Effective Date.--
          (1) In general.--The amendments made by this section 
        shall take effect on the date of the enactment of this 
        section.
          (2) Limitation.--An individual who, before the date 
        of the enactment of the Child Citizenship Act of 2000 
        (Public Law 106-395), satisfied the requirements of 
        section 320(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act 
        (8 U.S.C. 1431(a)), or section 320(b) of such Act, if 
        applicable, is deemed to be a citizen of the United 
        States as of the date of the enactment of this section 
        if such individual is not a citizen of the United 
        States under any other Act.
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 227. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Soto of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 76, before line 14, add the following new section:

SEC. 10003. EXPANDING THE SEMICONDUCTOR INCENTIVE PROGRAM TO INCLUDE 
                    NONPROFITS.

  Section 9901(2) of William M. (Mac) Thornberry National 
Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 (Public Law 116-
283) is amended by inserting ``a nonprofit entity'' before ``a 
private entity''.
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 228. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Soto of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of division J, add the following new title:

                      TITLE V--AI JOBS ACT OF 2021


SEC. 90501. SENSE OF CONGRESS.

  It is the sense of Congress that technology can improve the 
lives of individuals, but can also disrupt jobs, and for this 
reason, innovation should be encouraged while training and 
retraining American workers for our 21st century economy.

SEC. 90502. REPORT ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE.

  (a) Report Requirements.--Not later than 1 year after the 
date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Labor, in 
collaboration with the individuals and entities described in 
subsection (b), shall prepare and submit to the Committee on 
Education and Labor of the House of Representatives and the 
Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions of the 
Senate, a report on artificial intelligence and its impact on 
the workforce, which shall include the following:
          (1) Outline the specific data, and the availability 
        of such data, necessary to properly analyze the impact 
        and growth of artificial intelligence.
          (2) Identification of industries that are projected 
        to have the most growth in artificial intelligence use, 
        and whether the technology will result in the 
        enhancement of workers' capabilities or their 
        replacement.
          (3) Analysis of the expertise and education 
        (including computer science literacy) needed to 
        develop, operate, or work alongside artificial 
        intelligence over the next two decades, as compared to 
        the levels of such expertise and education among the 
        workforce as of the date of enactment of this Act.
          (4) Analysis of which demographics (including ethnic, 
        gender, economic, age, and regional) may experience 
        expanded career opportunities, and which such 
        demographics may be vulnerable to career displacement, 
        due to artificial intelligence.
          (5) Any recommendations to alleviate workforce 
        displacement, prepare future workforce members for the 
        artificial-intelligence economy, and any other relevant 
        observations or recommendations within the field of 
        artificial intelligence.
  (b) Collaboration.--In preparing the report under subsection 
(a), the Secretary of Labor shall collaborate, through a series 
of public meetings, roundtables or other methods, with--
          (1) local educational agencies, institutions of 
        higher education (including community colleges), 
        workforce-training organizations, and National 
        Laboratories;
          (2) a broad range of industrial stakeholders in the 
        technology, manufacturing, and service sectors, 
        including companies (large and small), think tanks, and 
        industry organizations;
          (3) the National Academies of Science, including by 
        sharing relevant information obtained as a result of 
        the study conducted under section 5105 of the National 
        Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act of 2020; and
          (4) the Secretary of Commerce, the National Science 
        Foundation, and the heads of any other Federal agency 
        the Secretary of Labor determines appropriate.

SEC. 90503. DEFINITIONS.

  In this title:
          (1) Artificial intelligence.--The term ``artificial 
        intelligence'' has the meaning given the term in 
        section 5002 of the National Artificial Intelligence 
        Initiative Act of 2020 (15 U.S.C. 9401).
          (2) Community college.--The term ``community 
        college'' has the meaning given the term ``junior or 
        community college'' in section 312(f) of the Higher 
        Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1058(f)).
          (3) Institution of higher education.--The term 
        ``institution of higher education'' has the meaning 
        given the term in section 102 of the Higher Education 
        Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1002).
          (4) Local educational agency.--The term ``local 
        educational agency'' has the meaning given the term in 
        section 8101 of the Elementary and Secondary Education 
        Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 7801).
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 229. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Soto of Florida or 
                 His Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 641, after line 22, insert the following:

                   Subtitle G--Additional Provisions


SEC. 10671. ESTABLISHMENT OF BLOCKCHAIN AND CRYPTOCURRENCY SPECIALIST 
                    POSITION WITHIN OSTP.

  The Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy 
shall establish a blockchain and cryptocurrencies advisory 
specialist position within the Office to advise the President 
on matters relating to blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
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    230. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Spanberger of 
           Virginia or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Insert after section 30219G the following

SEC. 30219H. REPORT ON OPEN RADIO ACCESS NETWORKS.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Commerce, in 
consultation with the Secretary of State, shall submit to the 
appropriate congressional committees a report on the national 
security implications of open radio access networks (Open RAN 
or O-RAN) that--
          (1) provides information on the United States 
        Government's international engagement to support United 
        States leadership in Open RAN, including the Department 
        of State's diplomatic efforts to ensure United States 
        leadership in international standard setting bodies for 
        Open RAN;
          (2) describes the involvement of China headquartered 
        companies in Open RAN standards setting bodies such as 
        the O-RAN Alliance;
          (3) reviews the national security risks posed by the 
        presence of entities included on the Bureau of Industry 
        and Security's ``Entity List'' in the O-RAN Alliance;
          (4) determines whether entities that do business in 
        the United States can participate in the O-Ran Alliance 
        under existing sanctions and export control laws;
          (5) analyzes whether United States national security 
        is affected by the limited number of telecommunications 
        equipment vendors, and examines whether the advent and 
        deployment of Open RAN would expand the number of 
        equipment and service providers;
          (6) outlines how the United States can work with 
        allies, partners, and other countries to ensure that 
        Open RAN maintains the highest security and privacy 
        standards; and
          (7) identifies steps the United States can take to 
        assert leadership in Open RAN.
  (b) Appropriate Committees of Congress Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of 
        Representatives;
          (2) the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate;
          (3) the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House 
        of Representatives; and
          (4) the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
        Transportation of the Senate.
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    231. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Spanberger of 
           Virginia or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 1848, line 21, insert ``transportation,'' before ``and 
other sectors''.
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    232. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Spanberger of 
           Virginia or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  At the end of subtitle A of title II of division D, add the 
following:

SEC. 30219H. REPORT ON MULTILATERAL EFFORTS TO ADDRESS LATIN AMERICAN 
                    FENTANYL TRAFFICKING AND EFFORTS BETWEEN LATIN 
                    AMERICA AND CHINA ON FENTANYL TRAFFICKING.

  (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of State, in 
consultation with the Attorney General and the Secretary of the 
Treasury, shall submit to the appropriate congressional 
committees a written report that contains--
          (1) a description of United States Government efforts 
        to gain a commitment from the governments of Latin 
        American countries to combat the production and flow of 
        illicit fentanyl products and the metrics used to 
        measure the success of existing bilateral agreements 
        with individual Latin American countries;
          (2) a plan for future steps the United States 
        Government will take to urge the Latin American 
        governments to combat illicit fentanyl production and 
        trafficking originating in their respective countries;
          (3) a description of efforts between China and Latin 
        American countries to combat the production and flow of 
        illicit fentanyl products originating in China and 
        Latin America;
          (4) a description of United States Government efforts 
        to urge China and Latin American countries to detect 
        and deter the financing of the production and flow of 
        illicit fentanyl products originating in China and 
        Latin America, to trace the proceeds of their sale, and 
        to combat related corruption; and
          (5) a plan for future steps the United States 
        Government will take to urge the Latin American 
        governments and Chinese Government to address 
        transnational criminal organizations and combat illicit 
        fentanyl production and trafficking originating in 
        their respective countries.
  (b) Form of Report.--The report required by subsection (a) 
shall be submitted in unclassified form with a classified 
annex.
  (c) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined.--In this 
section, the term ``appropriate congressional committees'' 
means--
          (1) the Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Committee 
        on the Judiciary, and the Committee on Financial 
        Services of the House of Representatives; and
          (2) the Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee 
        on the Judiciary, and the Committee on Banking, 
        Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate.
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    233. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Spanberger of 
           Virginia or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 689, line 12, before the period, insert the following: 
``, including the effect on consumer prices, job losses, 
national security, or economic competitiveness''.
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234. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Speier of California 
               or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 526, strike line 8.
  Page 526, line 12, strike the period and insert ``; and''.
  Page 526, after line 12, insert the following:
          (3) take into consideration any reports filed under 
        subsection (d)(1) when issuing grant awards, 
        cooperative agreements, or contracts.
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  235. An Amendment To Be Offered by Representative Stansbury of New 
            Mexico or Her Designee, Debatable for 10 Minutes

  Page 641, after line 22, insert the following:

      Subtitle G--Partnerships for Energy Security and Innovation


SEC. 10671. FOUNDATION FOR ENERGY SECURITY AND INNOVATION.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Board.--The term ``Board'' means the Board of 
        Directors described in subsection (b)(2)(A).
          (2) Department.--The term ``Department'' means the 
        Department of Energy.
          (3) Executive director.--The term ``Executive 
        Director'' means the Executive Director described in 
        subsection (b)(5)(A).
          (4) Foundation.--The term ``Foundation'' means the 
        Foundation for Energy Security and Innovation 
        established under subsection (b)(1).
          (5) Historically black college and university.--The 
        term ``historically Black college and university'' has 
        the meaning given the term ``part B institution'' in 
        section 322 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 1061).
          (6) Individual laboratory-associated foundation.--The 
        term ``Individual Laboratory-Associated Foundation'' 
        means a Laboratory Foundation established by an 
        operating contractor of a National Laboratory.
          (7) Minority serving institution.--The term 
        ``minority serving institution'' includes the entities 
        described in any of the paragraphs (1) through (7) of 
        section 371(a) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 1067q(a)).
          (8) National laboratory.--The term ``National 
        Laboratory'' has the meaning given the term in section 
        2 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 15801).
          (9) Secretary.--The term ``Secretary'' means the 
        Secretary of Energy.
          (10) Tribal college and university.--The term 
        ``Tribal College and University'' has the meaning given 
        in section 316 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 
        U.S.C. 1059c).
  (b) Foundation for Energy Security and Innovation.--
          (1) Establishment.--
                  (A) In general.--Not later than 180 days 
                after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
                Secretary shall establish a nonprofit 
                corporation to be known as the ``Foundation for 
                Energy Security and Innovation''.
                  (B) Mission.--The mission of the Foundation 
                shall be--
                          (i) to support the mission of the 
                        Department; and
                          (ii) to advance collaboration with 
                        energy researchers, institutions of 
                        higher education, industry, and