Summary of Amendments Submitted to the Rules Committee for H.R. 5515 - National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019

Summaries Derived from Information Provided by Sponsors

Listed in Alphabetical Order

May 22, 2018 6:48 PM

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Abraham (LA)

#545

LATE Expresses a sense of Congress in support of the Peshmerga forces of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and their contributions to fighting and defeating ISIS.

Adams (NC), Hastings, Alcee (FL)

#370

Promotes increased participation in Federal procurement by HBCUs.

Adams (NC), Hastings, Alcee (FL)

#372

Requires the Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy to report to Congress on the progress of all Federal departments and agencies in complying with Executive Order 12928

Adams (NC), Hastings, Alcee (FL)

#374

REVISED Requires the Department of Defense to provide additional consideration to qualified applicants from Minority-Serving Institutions in Direct Hiring.

Adams (NC)

#421

Directs the Small Business Administration (SBA) to ensure that the SCORE program and each of its chapters develop and implement plans and goals to provide services more effectively and efficiently to individuals in rural areas, economically disadvantaged communities, and other traditionally underserved communities, including plans for electronic initiatives, web-based initiatives, chapter expansion, partnerships, and the development of new skills by participating volunteers.

Aguilar (CA), Chu (CA), Bishop, Sanford (GA), Carbajal (CA), Johnson, Hank (GA), Norton (DC), Correa (CA), Veasey (TX), Serrano (NY), Hastings, Alcee (FL), Lujan (NM), Kelly, Robin (IL), Lowenthal (CA), Brown (MD), Fudge (OH), Takano (CA), Butterfield (NC), Rush (IL), Hanabusa (HI)

#101

Helps students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) access the Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship Program. (OPPORTUNITY Act; HR 5746)

Aguilar (CA)

#300

Adds to an already-mandated annual report, this amendment would require DoD to include a 20-year estimate of the projected life cycle costs of each type of nuclear weapon and delivery platform in its text.

Amash (MI), Massie (KY), Lee, Barbara (CA), Sanford (SC)

#283

Repeals sections 1021 and 1022 (indefinite detention provisions) of the 2012 NDAA.

Amodei (NV), Gosar (AZ), McSally (AZ), Hice, Jody (GA), McClintock (CA), Biggs (AZ), Lamborn (CO), Young, Don (AK), LaMalfa (CA), Cook (CA), Smith, Jason (MO), Schweikert (AZ), Tipton (CO)

#122

Addresses mine permitting issues in relationship to minerals deemed critical for national security and the nation’s infrastructure. The amendment is consistent with EO 13604 and EO 13817 from 2012 and 2017 respectively which ordered federal agencies to reduce the time required to make permitting and review decisions for critical mineral projects.

Arrington (TX)

#392

REVISED Requires a report from the Secretary of the Air Force no later than February 1, 2019 on how the OA-X light attack aircraft experiment program will support partner nation requirements in counter terrorism operations.

Bacon (NE), Wilson, Joe (SC), Hartzler (MO), Panetta (CA)

#345

Requires the Secretary of Defense to modify the Department of Defense Annual Reports for China, Russia and Iran to include influence operations as a matter to be included in such reports.

Bacon (NE)

#346

Increases funding for C-135B replacement aircraft pursuant to the Open Skies Treaty

Bacon (NE)

#348

WITHDRAWN Prohibits use of Rural Utility Service funds to purchase covered telecommunications equipment from China due to national security concerns.

Banks (IN), Bucshon (IN), Hollingsworth (IN)

#33

Directs the Secretary of Defense to submit a plan to Congress prior to reorganizing, restructuring, or eliminating any position or offices in Section 811.

Banks (IN), DeSantis (FL)

#40

Establishes education savings accounts for the children of enlisted military personnel. Accounts are funding through existing appropriation of local impact aid funds.

Barr (KY)

#550

LATE REVISED Authorizes the establishment of up to 100 new JROTC units in low-income and rural areas and strengthens the JROTC program to promote military readiness.

Barragán,  (CA)

#273

Adds upon enlistment and upon separation service members must be given notice of options for naturalization and notice of existing programs or services that may aid in the naturalization process.

Barton (TX)

#387

WITHDRAWN Expresses the sense of Congress that Cameroon is an important partner of the US in Central Africa and receives annual foreign assistance from the US. In recognition of this partnership, Cameroon should take appropriate steps to end the unfair treatment of US companies doing business in Cameroon.

Bass (CA)

#561

REVISED Requires a comprehensive report within 90 days by Departments of State, Department of Defense, and USAID on US security and humanitarian interests in Yemen. The purpose is to build support for a comprehensive strategy to address humanitarian and security crisis in Yemen through increasing coordination in Yemen’s Famine – Risk Areas between federal agencies, the UN Offices for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

Bera (CA)

#110

Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretaries of the VA, Education, and Labor, to submit a report to Congress detailing the transfer of skills into college credit or technical certifications for members of the Armed Forces leaving the military.

Bera (CA)

#148

Requires the President to develop and submit a strategy to Congress to protect U.S. interests in the Arctic.

Bera (CA)

#272

REVISED Requires a report to Congress on the implications of withdrawing U.S. forces from the Korean peninsula or change to force posture as a result of an agreement or preconditions to negotiations.

Beyer (VA), Norton (DC)

#322

Requires DoD to submit a report to Congress on the frequency of helicopters used for executive travel in the National Capital Region

Beyer (VA), Meadows (NC)

#324

Revises the lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA) source selection process in acquisition government-wide, requiring agencies to avoid LPTA use in circumstances that would deny the benefits of cost and technical tradeoffs in the source selection process.

Beyer (VA), Norton (DC)

#328

Requires DoD to work to mitigate helicopter noise in the National Capital Region by establishing: (1) a noise inquiry website to track and analyze complaints; and (2) a monthly helicopter noise abatement working group

Beyer (VA)

#510

LATE Prevents funds from being used for holding immigrant children at military facilities for the purpose of family separation.

Beyer (VA)

#572

LATE REVISED Directs the Secretary of the Army to grant Arlington County a permanent easement as part of the southern expansion of Arlington National Cemetery for the purpose of commemorating Freedman’s Village.

Biggs (AZ)

#175

Expresses the sense of Congress on allied contributions to the common defense. Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress on annual defense spending by ally and partner countries.

Biggs (AZ)

#432

Imposes a 0.5 percent penalty on the discretionary budget authority for the Department of Defense if the Department has not submitted a financial statement for the previous fiscal year, or if such statement has not received a qualified or unqualified audit opinion by an independent external auditor.

Bilirakis (FL), Sarbanes (MD), Maloney, Carolyn (NY)

#66

WITHDRAWN WITHDRAWN

Bilirakis (FL), Sarbanes (MD)

#547

LATE States the policy of the United States with respect to the extended nuclear deterrence posture of the United States in support of NATO and directs the Secretary of Defense to brief Congress on such posture.

Bishop, Mike (MI)

#39

Expresses a sense of Congress that North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member countries should meet or exceed their 2 percent Gross Domestic Product commitment to defense spending.

Bishop, Rob (UT)

#575

LATE WITHDRAWN Authorizes USCG to enforce the new code regarding large recreational vessels.

Blumenauer (OR), Welch (VT), Garamendi (CA)

#411

Limits 50% of the funding for the W76-2 warhead modification program until the Secretary of Defense submits a report assessing the program's impacts on strategic stability and options to reduce the risk of miscalculation

Blunt Rochester (DE)

#12

Expresses a sense of Congress honoring the Dover Air Force Base and specifically the Center for Mortuary Affairs.

Bonamici (OR)

#206

Requires DoD to complete requirements for Identity Matching Engine for Security Analysis (IMESA) connection for any Physical Access Control System (PACS) or Identity Management System (IdMS) currently contracted from a commercial provider within 60 days of enactment or 60 days of a request by the GSA listed vendor not currently contracted by a DoD entity. The Requires PACS or IdMS connections to IMESA occur regardless of a Service sponsor for that connection, but prohibits transfer of information through the IMESA connection until a procurement of the PACS or IdMS occurs.

Bordallo (GU)

#362

Provides American companies preference on Telecom Services on military bases in the United States and its territories.

Boyle (PA)

#519

LATE REVISED Expresses that it is the sense of Congress that it is in the national security interest of the United States to reduce dependence on fossil fuels by diversifying energy sources to increase energy resiliency and mission assurance for the Department of Defense.

Boyle (PA)

#520

LATE REVISED Expresses the sense of Congress that the President should seek "anytime, anywhere" inspections relating to North Korea's nuclear program and address North Korea's ballistic missile program and human rights.

Boyle (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA)

#521

LATE REVISED Requires a report from Secretary of State on U.S. cybersecurity cooperation with Ukraine.

Boyle (PA)

#522

LATE REVISED Requires a report from State Department and DOD on Russia's support for the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Boyle (PA)

#523

LATE States that sense of Congress the U.S. should lead an international coalition to counter hybrid threats

Brown (MD)

#262

REVISED Authorizes the Sec. Def and Service Secretaries to utilize existing personnel authorities (direct hire from campus, hiring incentives, etc.) to identify and attract the most promising HBCU STEM candidates.

Brown (MD)

#336

Amends language in Section 2362(d) of Title 10, USC, to ensure that schools which don’t receive significant DoD funding – such as HBCUs – are more competitive against MSIs that receive substantial funding.

Burgess (TX), Lee, Barbara (CA), Lance (NJ), DeFazio (OR), Jones (NC), Welch (VT), Lewis, Jason (MN), Schakowsky (IL)

#38

Requires a report ranking all military departments and Defense Agencies in order of how advanced they are in achieving auditable financial statements as required by law.

Carbajal (CA)

#58

Clarifies authority to dispose of certain fissile or radiological materials that can be used to make dirty bombs and are vulnerable to theft.

Carbajal (CA)

#59

Encourages the Secretary of Defense to transition training manuals, emergency guidance, and other publications needed to train service members to a mobile app which would enable innovative technologies and interaction between trainees and information needed to complete training, as well provide a cost-efficient mechanism for less printing and less distribution costs.

Carbajal (CA)

#60

REVISED Request a report on Russian Federation's subversive activities.

Carbajal (CA)

#551

LATE Changes “Management” on page 230 and page 231 to “Medical”.

Cárdenas , Tony (CA)

#81

Expresses the sense of Congress that DoD and HHS shall act in the best interest of the unaccompanied child from the northern triangle to ensure humane and livable conditions for the duration that the child is in the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

Cárdenas , Tony (CA)

#82

Creates a pilot program to train members of the Armed Forces in mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques before deploying to combat zones. A report on the effect of the program on stress management and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Cárdenas , Tony (CA)

#91

Requires a report to Congress on arctic readiness, including an analysis of challenges posed by rapid changes in the arctic region, how the changes will affect other regions, including coastal communities, how the changes will affect military infrastructure, and recommendation for congressional action to address the needs of the Armed Forces to respond to changes in the Arctic.

Carson (IN)

#14

Requires DoD to conduct comprehensive assessments of the national security impacts of removing Air Traffic Control from the direction and control of the FAA prior to the implementation of any privatization proposal.

Carson (IN)

#102

Makes permanent the Department of Defense’s existing requirement to provide mental health assessments to service members during deployment.

Cartwright (PA)

#314

WITHDRAWN Directs the the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics to provide a briefing on the status of compliance with the process for communicating availability of surplus ammunition.

Cartwright (PA), Cole (OK)

#526

LATE WITHDRAWN Amends the workload carryover formula to require that not more than 25 percent of material cost may be included in the workload carryover formula calculation.

Cartwright (PA), Cole (OK)

#529

LATE REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense, in conjunction with the military service secretaries and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff services to provide the percentage, as well as the dollar value and number of direct labor hours of depot maintenance that was performed in the public and the private sector by major commodity over the past five fiscal years.

Cartwright (PA)

#539

LATE WITHDRAWN Delays the FY 18 and FY 19 NDAA commercial item provisions until FY22 so that a detailed report on the impacts to the organic industrial base can be done.

Castor (FL), Rooney, Francis (FL)

#500

LATE Prohibits oil drilling, leasing, preleasing and any relevant activities off the Gulf Coast and the Straits of Florida.

Castro (TX)

#154

Adds sections on the East China Sea and the Indian Ocean to the annual Department of Defense report on Chinese military activities.

Castro (TX)

#155

REVISED Supports Department of Defense efforts to deepen multilateral cooperation on disaster response.

Castro (TX)

#156

Prohibits individuals who have served as the head of an intelligence agency to lobby on behalf of a foreign government.

Castro (TX)

#157

Establishes a fund to pay for the DACA renewal fees of active duty service members.

Castro (TX)

#158

Modifies all military accession forms to provide better notice of naturalization benefits for noncitizen service members.

Cheney (WY)

#532

LATE Requires companies with access to classified material to check with the Secretary before entering into a joint venture with countries or persons from countries that the U.S. currently has an arms embargo against (China, Russia, etc.). Failure to gain approval from the Secretary would result in loss of access to classified material or programs.

Cheney (WY)

#533

LATE Requires the Secretary of Defense to develop a list of technology that is currently eligible for export to China but the export of that technology my harm national security.

Cicilline (RI)

#282

REVISED Requires a report on the current impact of the U.S. arms embargo against Cyprus.

Cicilline (RI), Lieu (CA)

#284

Requires the Secretary of Defense to produce a report analyzing the effects of automation within the Defense Industrial Base over the next ten years.

Cicilline (RI)

#285

Requires a report on the nations, organizations, and persons against which the United States has taken military action under the authority of the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF).

Cicilline (RI)

#286

Requires a report on the national security impact of the decision for the U.S. to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement.

Cicilline (RI), Bilirakis (FL), Sarbanes (MD)

#289

Prohibits the transfer of F-35 aircraft to Turkey unless the President certifies certain conditions.

Cicilline (RI), Cole (OK)

#290

Requires a report on the practical impact of U.S. military strikes against Syria on April 13, 2018.

Cicilline (RI)

#554

LATE REVISED Requires the Defense Logistics Agency to provide direct notification to existing contractors when a branch of the military announces a change to uniform components produced by that contractor.

Clarke (NY), Plaskett, (VI), Velázquez (NY)

#416

Grants agencies the ability to double the value of the contract awarded to U.S. Virgin Islands small business concerns for purposes of the small business prime contracting goal for a duration of four years after enactment of the legislation. There is also a reporting requirement to track the number and amount of contracts awarded to eligible firms.

Coffman (CO), Gallego (AZ), Bacon (NE), Panetta (CA)

#174

Authorizes use of Military Force (AUMF) against al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. This AUMF includes a set of regular reports to Congress on the progress of ongoing conflicts, a 5-year sunset clause, and a full replacement of the 2001 and 2002 AUMFs.

Coffman (CO)

#377

Expresses the sense of Congress stating that under the special survivor indemnity allowance, surviving spouses and dependent children of members who die of a service-connected cause will not be subject to a full offset of survivor benefit plan payments by dependency and indemnity compensation, commonly referred to as the "widows' tax".

Coffman (CO)

#445

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Director of National Intelligence, to develop a briefing detailing the costs, risks, and operational benefits of leveraging commercial satellite servicing capabilities for national security satellite systems.

Comer (KY)

#493

Extends existing probationary periods for federal employees in the competitive service and the Senior Executive Service to two years. Requires formal training and licensure certification for competitive service employees to be completed before the probationary period ends.

Comstock (VA)

#524

LATE REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress on the transition of the SharkSeer program to the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Conaway (TX)

#23

Makes a technical correction that clarifies language to accurately include business systems, which are integral to the department’s auditability efforts.

Connolly (VA), Murphy, Stephanie (FL)

#302

Provides not less than $12 million for the assessment monitoring, and evaluation of security cooperation activities in accordance with section 383 of title 10, U.S. Code.

Connolly (VA)

#305

Directs the Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy to develop a definition for and track procurement administrative lead time (PALT).

Connolly (VA), Engel (NY)

#307

Requires a report on malign foreign influence operations and campaigns related to U.S. federal elections.

Connolly (VA), Ros-Lehtinen (FL)

#310

Requires a North Korea human rights report on efforts related to repatriation of U.S. Armed Forces remains, Korean-American family reunifications, and travel security risks.

Connolly (VA), Heck, Denny (WA), Beyer (VA)

#313

Prohibits the use of funds for harboring children forcibly separated from their families by the U.S. Government at U.S. military installations.

Correa (CA), Torres (CA)

#54

Provides automatic citizenship for alien servicemembers who have been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces and paid all Federal and State taxes owed, with the option for individuals to decline naturalization.

Correa (CA)

#55

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide Congress a report on malicious cyber activities against the Department of Defense systems within the past 24 months by the Russian Federation or actors supported by the Russian Federation.

Correa (CA)

#56

REVISED Requires the Department of Defense to update its cyber strategy; to require the President to develop a strategy for the offensive use of cyber capabilities; and to allow for technical assistance to North Atlantic Treaty Organization members.

Correa (CA), Soto (FL)

#222

Requires the Department of Defense to conduct a study to determine how they can attract and recruit individuals from institutions of higher education, including Hispanic Serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Asian American and Native American Pacific and Islander Serving Institutions with educational backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and cybersecurity.

Cramer, Kevin (ND), Schiff (CA), Ratcliffe (TX), Hice, Jody (GA), Meadows (NC)

#32

Directs the SECDEF to include the names of the seventy-four crew of the USS Frank E. Evans killed on June 3, 1969 on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.

Crawford (AR), Mast (FL)

#150

Assigns the Explosive Ordnance Disposal research, development, and acquisition program to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs.

Crawford (AR)

#151

REVISED Authorizes a pilot program to examine the feasibility and effectiveness of the Army National Guard EOD soldiers in Title 32 status versus using the current Mobilization Day EOD soldiers mobilized in Title 10 status to provide this support.

Crawford (AR)

#152

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide a plan to Congress on how USNORTHCOM will organize a joint task force for EOD and countering improvised explosive devices.

Crawford (AR), Mast (FL)

#420

Provides the sense of Congress on why there is a need for a military explosive ordnance disposal intelligence program.

Crist (FL), Soto (FL)

#13

Extends the current moratorium on offshore drilling in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico through June 30, 2029.

Crist (FL), Bilirakis (FL)

#473

Prohibits military assistance to countries that engage in arms, illicit technology, and software transfers, and related activities, with respect to Iran.

Crowley (NY), Chabot (OH), Moulton (MA)

#321

REVISED Requires a report on Bangladesh’s ability to respond to natural disasters and humanitarian crises including recommendations for enhancing cooperation on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief

Cuellar (TX)

#127

WITHDRAWN Requires the Secretary of the Air Force to conduct a core sampling study at Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to determine if any regulated or hazardous substances are present along the route of a wastewater pipeline replacement project. Requires a report on the results of the core sampling to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Cuellar (TX), Castro (TX), Doggett (TX)

#202

Requires the Secretary of the Air Force to conduct a core sampling study at Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to determine if any regulated or hazardous substances are present along the route of a wastewater pipeline replacement project. Requires a report on the results of the core sampling to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Culberson (TX)

#37

Establishes grant funding for the preservation of our nation’s historic battleships.

Curbelo (FL)

#237

REVISED Authorizes the Navy to lease surplus housing units at Naval Air Station, Key West, FL.

Davidson (OH)

#409

Adds an additional section on describing criteria and methodology used for determining military hospital downsizing and closures to a reporting requirement contained in the underlying bill.

Davidson (OH)

#542

LATE States that a Sense of Congress that the legal authority of the 2001 AUMF and Iraq AUMF is uncertain and that Congress should authorize force against the Islamic State.

Davis, Rodney (IL), O'Rourke (TX)

#112

Directs the Secretary of Defense to revise the Department of Defense Instruction 1300.18 to extend travel privileges via Invitational Travel Authorization to family members of members of the Armed Forces who die outside of the United States and whose remains are returned to the United States through the mortuary facility at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.

Davis, Susan (CA)

#124

Requires the Secretary of Defense to enter into agreements to carry out military student loan interest forgiveness specified in 20 USC 1087e(o).

Davis, Susan (CA)

#125

Ensures election officials track and confirm the receipt of military and overseas absentee ballots.

Davis, Susan (CA)

#126

Excludes BAH from the calculation for public assistance to help feed 30,000 service members and their families.

Delaney (MD), Wagner (MO)

#358

Adds a Sense of Congress that reaffirms the U.S. commitment to NATO and includes appreciate for its continued effort in combating terrorism.

DelBene (WA)

#103

Removes the 25 percent cap on garnishment of military retirement pay to satisfy a judgement rendered for physically, sexually, or emotionally abusing a child.

Demings (FL), Stefanik (NY)

#287

Ensures the Secretary of Defense and other NATO countries shall: seek opportunities to conduct more NATO naval exercises in the Baltic and Black Sea to deter Russian aggression in those regions; and conduct joint research to enhance military capabilities.

Demings (FL), Stefanik (NY)

#288

REVISED Expresses the sense of Congress that the intelligence community should dedicate resources to further expose key financial networks used by the Russian political class to hide stolen money. In addition, requires a classified report on Putin and other senior Russian officials regarding their financial assets, which shall be submitted to Congress within 60 days of enactment.

Denham (CA), Foster (IL), Curbelo (FL), Panetta (CA)

#196

Allows certain dreamers who grew up in the USA to enlist and gain legal status, provided they serve out the terms of their enlistment honorably.

Denham (CA)

#412

Requires USDA to provide guidance and resources for individuals interested in using GI benefits for agricultural education programs.

DeSantis (FL)

#435

Expresses a sense of the Congress that the Golan Heights represent an integral part of the state of Israel and are crucial to the ability of Israel to safeguard its borders and maintain its existence.

DeSantis (FL)

#436

Prohibits the use of funds for cyber collaborations with China and Russia.

Dingell (MI)

#80

Expresses the sense of Congress that Muslim members of the Armed Forces and Muslim civilian employees of the Department of Defense should be honored for their contribution to the Armed Forces.

Donovan (NY)

#216

Forces the Department of Defense to unify these two New York City based Military Housing Areas, thereby solving the inequity between the two current Military Housing areas.

Donovan (NY)

#217

Requires the Department of Defense to reevaluate the disparity in payments between the Military Housing Area for Staten Island, and the Military Housing Area for the rest of New York City, in an effort to resolve this inequity.

Duncan (TN), Polis (CO), Jones (NC)

#341

Calls for the Secretary of Defense to submit a report regarding awards and commendations presented to any military personnel for cost-saving ideas during the prior fiscal year and regarding how the Secretary plans to expand and streamline such awards programs for cost-saving ideas.

Dunn (FL)

#334

REVISED Supports upgrading 34 existing F-22 Block 20 trainers to combat-ready F-22 Block 35s.

Ellison (MN), Lee, Barbara (CA), Khanna (CA), Schakowsky (IL), McGovern (MA), Jones (NC)

#426

Adds language clarifying that the bill is not an authorization for the use of military force against Iran.

Ellison (MN), Lee, Barbara (CA), Khanna (CA), Schakowsky (IL), McGovern (MA), Jones (NC)

#427

Adds language expressing the sense of Congress that the use of military force is not authorized against Iran.

Ellison (MN), Norman (SC), Welch (VT)

#439

Requires the Secretary of Defense to identify and include as part of DoD’s future base budget requests any items, programs, or materials funded with amounts designated for OCO in each of the four consecutive fiscal years.

Ellison (MN), Pocan (WI), Grijalva (AZ)

#441

Prohibits federal contracts with companies that have repeat and willful OSHA violations.

Ellison (MN), Pocan (WI), Grijalva (AZ)

#443

Prohibits federal contracts with companies that have repeat and willful wage theft violations.

Engel (NY), Yoho (FL), McCaul (TX), Sherman (CA), Lieu (CA)

#447

REVISED Requires a report on the location, quality and operational status of North Korean nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, the production capacity of such weapons, intelligence gaps, and a periodic report on any changes.

Engel (NY)

#449

Authorizes the establishment of an office, located at the Department of State, to lead and coordinate, including with the Department of Defense, U.S. government efforts to work towards a negotiated settlement to end the war in Afghanistan.

Engel (NY), Chabot (OH), Crowley (NY), Royce (CA), Yoho (FL), Sherman (CA), Cicilline (RI), Poe (TX), Schakowsky (IL), Deutch (FL), Wagner (MO), Castro (TX), Speier (CA), Coffman (CO), Khanna (CA), Smith, Christopher (NJ), Meadows (NC)

#452

REVISED Authorizes financial and visa sanctions against perpetrators of ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya by the Burmese military and security forces; limits U.S. military and security assistance with Burma until reforms take place; incentivizes reform of the Burmese gemstone sector which is notoriously dominated by the military; and requires a determination of what crimes the Burmese military committed, including genocide.

Eshoo (CA)

#245

REVISED Expresses the sense of Congress that the Secretary of the Army should explore all possible alternatives to the proposed conveyance of 17.1 acres and 126 existing housing units known as Shenandoah Square in Mountain View, California, including a sublease of the property to an entity that can better develop affordable housing on the property in one of the most expensive housing markets in the country, to avoid displacing families currently living at Shenandoah Square.

Espaillat (NY)

#119

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to establish a program to assist bollard installation projects located on a facility or property of the Department of Defense designed to prevent pedestrian injuries and acts of terrorism in areas utilized by large numbers of pedestrians.

Espaillat (NY)

#120

REVISED Requires the Director of National Intelligence, in coordination with the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to submit to Congress a report on the efforts of Paul Manafort to influence political developments in Ukraine and the military conflict between the Government of Ukraine and separatist forces supported by the Russian Federation.

Espaillat (NY), Velázquez (NY)

#415

Establishes that Procurement Technical Assistance Centers are authorized to form an association to pursue matters of common concern that is recognized by the Secretary of Defense.

Esty (CT)

#134

Requires a study on the feasibility of requiring service members to apply for VA benefits prior to discharge.

Esty (CT)

#135

Requires the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs to establish a joint definition of “military sexual trauma” for use in all aspects of delivering relevant care and benefits to service members and veterans.

Esty (CT)

#136

REVISED Expresses the sense of Congress that the Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Defense should coordinate to prevent the unauthorized flight of unmanned aircraft over Arlington National Cemetery.

Esty (CT), Shea-Porter (NH), King, Peter (NY), Welch (VT)

#218

Establishes a center of excellence in the prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, treatment, and rehabilitation of health conditions relating to exposure to burn pits and other environmental exposures.

Esty (CT)

#219

Requires the Department of Defense to include information on the prevalence of sexual assault in civilian populations living or working near military bases in their relevant reporting.

Esty (CT), Poe (TX)

#263

Makes classes similar to the Department of Defense Transition Assistance Program available to veterans and their spouses.

Evans (PA)

#423

Provides grants, financial assistance, loans, export assistance, and subcontracting opportunities on federal contracts to specified small businesses, organizations, state governments, universities, companies, and other entities that assist smaller enterprises.

Ferguson (GA)

#309

REVISED Ensures competition in the commercial e-commerce portal procurement program to foster a marketplace that provides the best products at the best prices.

Fitzpatrick (PA)

#15

WITHDRAWN Directs DOD to establish a comprehensive strategy to determine capability gaps in training that can be rectified by virtual training, acquire the needed technology, and analyze effectiveness from using virtual training technology.

Fitzpatrick (PA)

#16

Directs the Secretary of Defense to implement a process to coordinate annual research requests between all services and offices under Department of Defense in order to maximize the benefit of each request and minimize duplication, and achieve cost savings.

Fitzpatrick (PA)

#17

WITHDRAWN Directs the Secretary of Defense to evaluate the operational requirements for members of the Armed Forces possessing foreign language expertise in Farsi and Urdu.

Fitzpatrick (PA)

#18

Directs DOD to conduct a review of the foreign currency rates used at disbursement to determine whether cost-savings opportunities exist by more consistently selecting cost-effective rates

Fitzpatrick (PA)

#19

Directs the Secretary of Defense to raise the priority of completing DOD Directive 2310.07E in order to clarify processes and efficiencies in recovering the remains of heroes missing in action, via the POW/MIA Accounting Agency.

Flores (TX)

#574

LATE Expresses the sense of congress that the Air Force should consider long-term university partnerships, similar to arrangements in the Army and Navy, to conduct research as well as science and engineering education for next-generation hypersonics capabilities.

Foster (IL)

#75

Requires the report titled “Defense Spending by State” to include information comparing defense spending in a state to the state’s federal tax contribution.

Foster (IL)

#76

Requires an independent assessment of nuclear forensic analysis conducted by the Federal Government, and requires the President to provide to Congress a briefing on the involvement of senior-level executive branch leadership in recent and planned nuclear terrorism preparedness or response exercises.

Foster (IL)

#565

LATE REVISED Requires a report on the status of the countermeasures test program. The report shall include an evaluation and response to the 2010 JASON report titled “MDA Discrimination.”

Foster (IL)

#566

LATE REVISED Requires a report on costs relating to ballistic, cruise, and hypersonic defenses of the United States.

Foster (IL)

#567

LATE WITHDRAWN Requires a report on the integration of nuclear and non-nuclear military planning and operations

Frankel (FL)

#428

Expresses a sense of Congress that continued United States leadership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is critical to the national security of the United States.

Frankel (FL), Speier (CA), Poe (TX), Keating (MA)

#429

REVISED Authorizes appropriations for research on women’s contributions to security at the National Defense University Institute for National Security Studies.

Frankel (FL), Speier (CA), Poe (TX), Keating (MA)

#430

REVISED Authorizes appropriations to provide a full-time advisor on Women, Peace and Security for each of the geographic and functional combatant commands, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, and the Joint Staff J5.

Frankel (FL), Poe (TX), Keating (MA), Speier (CA)

#444

Amends the FY18 NDAA requirement for the President to develop a national strategy for countering violent extremism to require the President’s analysis to account for the unique factors that lead women to act as preventers or supporters of violent extremism, and the ways in which women are targeted as victims of violent extremism.

Gabbard (HI)

#105

WITHDRAWN Includes mobilized National Guard and Reservist components when determining impact aid payments to elementary and secondary schools that support the children of nonresident service members.

Gabbard (HI)

#106

Strikes section 1225, a required strategy to counter destabilizing activities of Iran

Gabbard (HI), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#107

Prohibits the President from using the Armed Forces to conduct a first-use nuclear strike, unless the strike is pursuant to a congressional declaration of war or AUMF that directly authorizes such a strike, or the strike is retaliatory.

Gabbard (HI), Mast (FL), Ruiz (CA), Welch (VT)

#108

REVISED Establishes a requirement for the Department of Defense to record on periodic health assessments, post deployment health assessments, and separation history and physical examinations whether or not a servicemember has been exposed to burn pits, and for the Department of Defense to share this data with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Gabbard (HI)

#109

REVISED Issues a statement of Congress welcoming a United States-North Korea summit, recognizing that the American people are committed to the pursuit of peace, urges North Korean, American, and other regional leaders to engage diplomatically, and urges the United Nations and partner countries to maintain economic and diplomatic pressure until North Korea has fully dismantled its weapons of mass destruction program.

Gabbard (HI), Thompson, Bennie (MS)

#149

Includes a study to evaluate the personal protective equipment required by civil defense agencies and civilian communities located near active volcanic activity to protect against dangers such as sulfur dioxide gas and other hazards. This amendment also authorizes the transfer or excess Department of Defense personal protective equipment to state and local agencies if it is determined that the Department of Defense does not require such equipment for current or planned requirements.

Gabbard (HI)

#203

Amends section 1225 to strike the implementation requirement of the required strategy, lessens reporting requirements to a one time report rather than until 2021, prohibits funds from being used for Iranian government regime change, and prohibits funds to combat non-state actors in the region. It also makes clear that nothing in the section should be construed to contravene the War Powers Resolution or constitutional congressional war authorities.

Gabbard (HI)

#204

REVISED Requires a report from the Department of Defense describing the instances in which members of the United States armed forces were involved in hostilities since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War until present day and a plan for the United States to end participation in the ongoing conflict in Syria. Limits funds authorized for purposes other than fighting Al-Qaeda, ISIS and related groups, prohibits funds authorized for Syrian government regime change, and prohibits funds authorized for use against Iran or related forces in Syria unless specifically authorized.

Gabbard (HI)

#208

REVISED Requires a classified briefing outlining security guarantees the Department of Defense or other relevant departments could provide North Korea during the course of diplomatic negotiations.

Gallagher (WI), Heck, Denny (WA), Stefanik (NY), Moulton (MA), Hartzler (MO), Banks (IN), Speier (CA), Scott, Austin (GA), DeLauro (CT), Hice, Jody (GA), Jones (NC)

#63

Includes the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act discussion draft from the Senate Banking Committee.

Gallagher (WI)

#64

Directs the President to disallow the entry into the United States of telecommunications equipment manufactured in China by Huawei Technologies Company or ZTE Corporation until the Director of National Intelligence, the Secretary of Defense, and the Secretary of Homeland Security certify that such telecommunications equipment does not pose a risk to national security.

Gallagher (WI)

#65

REVISED Adds the use of immigration programs and visas by the Chinese Communist Party to enter the United States for the purposes of political, academic, or social influence efforts to the strategy required in Section 1252.

Gallagher (WI), Panetta (CA), Moulton (MA), Jones (NC)

#308

REVISED Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to establish a nonprofit organization for the purpose of investing in private entities that are engaged in the development of emerging, foundational, and other critical defense-relevant hardware technologies.

Gallego (AZ), Moulton (MA), Lieu (CA)

#388

Requires reports on quid pro quo offers between the U.S. Government and the Chinese Government to reduce sanctions on ZTE Corporation

Gallego (AZ)

#389

Requires reports on actions and payments made by the Department of Defense that financially benefit the President or members of his family

Gallego (AZ), Guthrie (KY)

#390

Authorizes a pilot program to increase private sector hiring of individuals who complete the United Services Military Apprenticeship Program

Garamendi (CA), Speier (CA)

#459

Moves the $950 M authorized for the two additional Littoral Combat Ships to Polar Icebreakers.

Garrett (VA)

#274

Inserts "foreign" before "non-state propaganda" on page 683, line 15

Gohmert (TX)

#354

Adds an affirmative defense to crimes of violence while deployed to a combat theatre of operations if the accused reasonably believed that such acts would protect the accused or a fellow member of the armed forces from subversive enemy activity.

Gohmert (TX)

#356

Requires the SECDEF in coordination with the Secretary of State to submit a report that contains an assessment of the threats posed to the United States by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Gohmert (TX)

#357

Removes the mandatory life sentence for pre-meditated murder under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

Gohmert (TX)

#359

Affirms the purpose and role of the military chaplancies.

Gohmert (TX)

#360

Requires that a court of competent jurisdiction find a veteran mentally defective for purposes of reporting to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System under subsection (d)(4) or (g)(4) of section 922 of title 18.

Gomez, Jimmy (CA)

#276

Prohibits the removal or detention of members of the armed forces who enlisted under the MAVNI program.

Gomez, Jimmy (CA)

#277

REVISED Expresses a sense of Congress that there will be no reduction in the number of U.S. troops on the Korean peninsula until North Korea achieves complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization (CVID) and North Korea ceases all hostilities against South Korea

Gomez, Jimmy (CA)

#278

Raises the minimum wage standard for full-time or 3/4-time students within the Federal Work Study program under the GI Bill.

Gomez, Jimmy (CA)

#279

WITHDRAWN Requires the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to provide Congress with a report on efforts by foreign governments, or other foreign entities, to bribe or influence the President, Vice President, or other family members.

Gomez, Jimmy (CA)

#379

Automatically renew delayed entry/training status for service members enlisted on MAVNI waiting for security clearance

Gonzalez, Vicente (TX)

#111

Requires the Secretary of the Army, Air Force, and Navy to encourage high schools with U.S. Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps to include cyber security educational programs and awareness in the curriculum. This includes lessons on cyber defense, risks of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the military, and pursuing studies and careers in cybersecurity and related fields within defense.

Gonzalez, Vicente (TX)

#462

Directs the Department of Defense to reopen all previously closed USCIS posts located on Federal military installations.

Gonzalez, Vicente (TX)

#464

Repatriates, naturalizes, and reinstates benefits for veterans of the United States Armed Forces who, after serving honorably and given honorable discharge, and having clean records prior to service, were deported. Excludes veterans convicted of violent crimes to include: voluntary manslaughter, murder, rape, sexual abuse of a minor, or any offense under chapter 113B of title 18, United States Code (relating to terrorism); and does not include individuals who have been determined to be a child abuser or a pedophile.

González-Colón (PR)

#176

REVISED Requires the Department of Defense to study and report on how the TriCare program for health care for active military and retired-veteran family members is applied in Puerto Rico, and the feasibility of having the TriCare Prime benefit apply to residents therein on the same basis as for residents in the mainland states. Indicates subjects the study should include.

Goodlatte (VA)

#128

Updates the privacy protections for electronic communications information that is stored by third-party service providers in order to protect consumer privacy interests while meeting law enforcement needs.

Gosar (AZ), King, Steve (IA), LaMalfa (CA), Meadows (NC), Duncan (SC), Harris (MD), Rohrabacher (CA), Palazzo (MS), Black (TN), Brat (VA), Buck (CO), Cramer, Kevin (ND), Grothman (WI), Lamborn (CO), Marino (PA), McClintock (CA), Smith, Jason (MO), Budd (NC), Hunter (CA), Gibbs (OH), Blackburn (TN), Lesko, Debbie (AZ)

#499

LATE Authorizes the Army to build a southern border wall on certain federal lands.

Gosar (AZ)

#501

LATE Requires National Cancer Institute and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to perform an assessment to determine if certain individuals exposed to nuclear fallout from atmospheric nuclear testing by the federal government at the Nevada Test Site contracted certain cancers as a result of that testing and should be eligible for the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act.

Gosar (AZ)

#503

LATE Ensures that government contractors covered by the bill will receive the fair wages they deserve while promoting transparency, accuracy, and responsible use of taxpayer dollars.

Gosar (AZ), McSally (AZ), Gallego (AZ), Biggs (AZ), Sinema (AZ), Rosen (NV), Grijalva (AZ), Kihuen (NV), O'Halleran (AZ)

#504

LATE REVISED Ensures that Downwinders exposed to nuclear fallout from atmospheric nuclear testing by the federal government at the Nevada Test Site are eligible for the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act. The revision to this amendment includes an offset that improves government oversight and efficiencies in relation to real property.

Gottheimer (NJ)

#350

REVISED Expresses the sense of Congress that the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program was established to combat various types of proliferation, and directs the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State to send Congress recommendations to improve the program.

Gottheimer (NJ)

#351

Prohibits the use of funds to transfer detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to Lebanon, Pakistan, or Palestinian territories.

Gottheimer (NJ), Deutch (FL), Schneider (IL)

#352

Adds a remembrance of the Holocaust as part of the program to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of WWII, and directs the Secretary of Defense to consult with the Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Graves, Garret (LA)

#280

REVISED Allows the National Guard to be reimbursed in a timely manner in response to an emergency declared under the Stafford Act.

Graves, Garret (LA)

#281

Requires a report regarding the management of military commissaries and exchanges.

Graves, Garret (LA)

#491

Gives the Secretary of the respective branch of the military the ability to award the Vietnam Service Medal to participants of Operation End Sweep.

Graves, Garret (LA)

#527

LATE Exempts an individual acquisition for commercial leasing services from enhanced competition requirements for the purchase of property and services by executive agencies if such individual acquisition is made on a no cost basis and pursuant to a multiple award contract in accordance with requirements for full and open competition. The Government Accountability Office must conduct biennial audits of the GSA National Broker Contract, conduct a review of the application of enhanced competition requirements, and report on such audits and reviews.

Griffith (VA)

#25

Amends Section 1021 of the FY12 NDAA to add a knowing requirement that protects the liberty of American citizens on American soil.

Grijalva (AZ), Tsongas (MA), McEachin (VA), Speier (CA), Polis (CO), Brown (MD)

#376

Strikes Secs. 313 and 314 from Subtitle B--Energy and Environment.

Guthrie (KY)

#275

Authorizes the Secretary of the Army to continue to provide for the production, treatment, management, and use of natural gas located under Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Hanabusa (HI)

#71

Clarifies command and control relationship as it relates to surface force readiness.

Harper (MS), Brady, Robert (PA)

#46

Clarifies the Wounded Warrior Medical Leave Act of 2015 applies to the legislative branch.

Hartzler (MO), Conaway (TX), Gallagher (WI), Ruppersberger (MD), Schiff (CA), Speier (CA), Moulton (MA), Jones (NC)

#73

Prohibits federal agencies from procuring certain Chinese-made video surveillance equipment or services.

Hartzler (MO), Garamendi (CA), Hanabusa (HI), Rosen (NV), Dunn (FL), Scott, Austin (GA)

#74

Expands DOD's authority to interdict unmanned aircraft systems at mobility airlift and training installations.

Hastings, Alcee (FL)

#96

REVISED Directs the Secretary of Defense to report to Congress on military installations that have been available for disaster recovery over the past 10 fiscal years, and installations assessed to be available for fast response in the future

Hastings, Alcee (FL)

#98

REVISED Directs the Secretary of State and the Director of USAID to consult with the Secretary of Defense to establish protocols for the purpose of advising, training, and assisting indigenous partners in the rescue, caring for, and relocation of captives of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), including the safe relocation of internally displaced persons (IDPs)

Hastings, Alcee (FL)

#564

LATE REVISED Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to establish a joint Military Transition Outreach Pilot Program for contacting service-members within 30-90 days post-separation and/or retirement from active duty.

Heck, Denny (WA)

#129

Requires the Department of Defense to publish certain information regarding the housing market around major infrastructure to better inform servicemembers on the use of their Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH). It also calls for a Government Accountability Report on the data gathering used to set BAH rates.

Heck, Denny (WA)

#130

Amends the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act to permit an individual to provide to a creditor as proof of military service, in order to qualify for the active service interest rate limitation, a certified letter from a commanding officer or any other appropriate indicator of military service. A creditor may use information from the Defense Manpower Database Center indicating that the individual is on active duty.

Heck, Denny (WA)

#131

REVISED Increases the amount authorized for the Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) program operated by the Office of the Secretary of Defense. It decreases procurement of the Navy LCS mission module by a corresponding amount.

Hice, Jody (GA)

#161

Reforms the pensions and allowances provided to former Presidents and surviving spouses.

Hudson (NC), Castor (FL)

#319

Requires a report from the SECDEF examining the current process for awarding Imminent Danger Pay and Hostile Fire Pay for members of the Armed Forces.

Hunter (CA)

#163

Bans certain Chinese telecommunications equipment until the president can certify that the equipment does not contain illegally obtained technology and that it was not produced by a company with ties to the Chinese military or intelligence services.

Hunter (CA)

#197

Restructures services members' Group Life Insurance.

Hunter (CA), Garamendi (CA)

#337

REVISED Contains the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2017, which supports and strengthens the United States Coast Guard in its critical missions to save lives, safeguard our shores, protect living marine resources, and facilitate a modern 21st century maritime transportation system.

Hunter (CA)

#483

REVISED Directs a report on the military installations within Djibouti

Hunter (CA)

#487

WITHDRAWN Creates a scholarship program for special needs children of DoD members.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#178

Requires Secretary of Defense to report to Congress programs and procedures employed to ensure students studying abroad through Department of Defense National Security Education Programs are trained to recognize, resist, and report against recruitment efforts by agents of foreign governments.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#179

Directs the Secretary of Defense to develop plans for early detection, mitigation, and defense against state sponsored cyberattacks targeting federal public election assets, election administrators, election workers, or voter engagement efforts.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#180

Directs the Secretary of Defense to conduct, and report to Congress within 180 days, results of study regarding whether requirement to notify Voting Action Officer within 10 days of registering to vote in a state where service member resides due to a duty reassignment imposes significant burden on military voters.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#181

REVISED Establishes program providing technical assistance by U.S. military women to military women in other countries combating terrorism, human trafficking and narcotics trafficking and their impact on women and girls.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#182

Directs Secretary of Navy to submit report to Congress on the feasibility of applying desalinization technologies to provide drought relief in areas impacted by sharp declines in water availability for both military as well as civilian purposes.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#183

REVISED Directs the Secretary of Defense to brief Congress on current DoD plans, authorities, and resources to assist relief organizations in delivery of humanitarian assistance efforts in South Sudan and engage with South Sudan’s military to reduce conflict.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#184

Condemns the actions of Boko Haram and directs that the Secretary of Defense submit a report on efforts to combat Boko Haram.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#185

REVISED Directs that the Secretary of Defense shall provide a briefing to Congress on the extent to which Nigeria maintains a centralized missing persons database and provides compensation to victims.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#186

Requires a report on the readiness of the National Guard and Reserve to respond to natural disasters.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#187

Provides a report 220 days after enactment on the DoD’s capacity to provide survivors of natural disasters with emergency short term housing.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#188

REVISED Directs that the Secretary of DoD 240 days from enactment will provide a report on the risks posed by man-made space debris in low-earth orbit, including recommendations on remediation of such risks, and outlines of plans to reduce the incident of space debris.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#189

Seeks a report on the feasibility of the DoD developing a cybersecurity apprentice program that provides on the job training for certain cybersecurity positions and in support of acquisition of cybersecurity certifications.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#190

REVISED Seeks a report 180 days following enactment from the Secretary of DoD, which will include the Coast Guard, on the rate of maternity mortality rate among members of the Armed Forces and the dependents of such members.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#192

REVISED Seeks to determine the DoD’s capabilities and capacity to respond to disasters as it relates to multiple disasters occurring simultaneously; a review of DoD disaster response over the past 5 years; and a projection of the department’s ability to respond to disasters and maintain mission readiness.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#193

Assures that a report already required by the bill on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning will also provide information on the “Opportunities and Risks” related to advances in the area of AI and its sub discipline of machine learning. The report shall have a classified section.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#194

States that as the Secretary of DoD works to engage Small Businesses under this provision of the bill that a focus on outreach and engagement of minority and women owned businesses will be maintained.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#195

WITHDRAWN Provides for a report 120 days following enactment on innovations, advances, opportunities and risks relating to artificial intelligence from a domestic and international perspective.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#381

REVISED Provides information on the security threats posed by achieving stable quantum computing capability.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#383

REVISED Provides authorization for $10 million increase in funding for increased collaboration with NIH to combat Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#385

REVISED Provides authorization for $2.5 million increase in funding to combat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Jackson Lee (TX)

#563

LATE Amendment directs Secretary of Defense to develop effective countermeasures for cyber weapons developed for offensive purposes.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#573

LATE Seeks an assessment, from the Secretary of Defense, of the strategies that may be used to reduce the security threat posed by active shooter incidents at public elementary schools and secondary schools located on the grounds of Federal military installations.

Jayapal (WA), Smith, Adam (WA), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#454

Strikes section 1022 of the FY2012 NDAA and amends Section 1021 of same Act to eliminate indefinite military detention of any person detained under AUMF authority in US, territories or possessions by providing immediate transfer to trial and proceedings by a court established under Article III of the Constitution of the United states or by an appropriate State court.

Jayapal (WA), Pocan (WI)

#455

Expresses the sense of Congress that any authorization to appropriate increases to combined budgets of National Defense Budget (050) and Overseas Contingency Operations should be matched for non-defense discretionary budget.

Jayapal (WA), Pocan (WI)

#456

Prohibits the use of funds for participating in air or ground efforts led by Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates against Houthis forces in Yemen until Yemen’s Hodeida port is certified by the Secretary of Defense as completely open to aid and commercial flow of food, fuel, and medicine.

Jayapal (WA), Johnson, Hank (GA)

#530

LATE Restricts the transfer of certain Department of Defense weapons and vehicles to law enforcement under the 1033 program.

Johnson, Hank (GA)

#502

LATE REVISED Directs the Secretary of Defense to submit to the congressional defense committees a report on the state of Honduran cooperation with the United States military.

Johnson, Sam (TX)

#549

LATE Commissions a study to ascertain the impact of Medicare premiums on veterans on Social Security Disability Insurance returning to work.

Jones (NC)

#9

Renames the Department of the Navy to the Department of the Navy and Marine Corps.

Jones (NC)

#10

If the Secretary of Defense determines that appropriate educational programs are not available through a local educational agency for dependents of retirees residing on a military installation in the United States, the Secretary may enter into arrangements to provide for the elementary or secondary education of the dependents of such retirees.

Jones (NC), Moulton (MA)

#11

Creates a study on earning by special operations, and forces medics of credits towards a physician assistant degree.

Keating (MA)

#391

Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to use Defense Health Program funds for testing ticks for an increased number of tick-borne diseases.

Keating (MA), Poe (TX), Frankel (FL)

#393

Authorizes funds to provide training on gender perspectives for the Combatant Commands, Joint Staff, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Keating (MA), Poe (TX), Frankel (FL)

#394

Includes promotion of the integration of gender perspectives and the meaningful participation of women in Department of Defense capacity building programs.

Keating (MA), Poe (TX), Frankel (FL)

#396

Requires the Secretary of Defense to collect sex-disaggregated data for security assistance and other programs.

Keating (MA), Poe (TX), Frankel (FL)

#398

Requires women, peace, and security trainings at the war colleges.

Keating (MA), Poe (TX)

#400

REVISED Requires the Secretary of the Department of Defense to develop and implement a strategy for removing unexploded ordnance in Syria and Iraq.

Keating (MA), Cook (CA)

#403

Allows civilians employed by a combat support agency to terminate residential or motor vehicle leases and telephone service contracts if they deploy to a combat zone for at least 120 days.

Kelly, Trent (MS), Walz (MN), Bacon (NE)

#159

Removes the prohibition on eligibility for TRICARE Reserve Select insurance coverage for service members who serve as both military reservists and federal employees.

Kelly, Trent (MS), Abraham (LA), Jones (NC)

#160

WITHDRAWN Strikes section 506 and section 511 of Rules Committee Print 115-70 on dual-status military technicians and Title-5 civilian conversions.

Kelly (PA)

#543

LATE Prohibits funds from being used to implement the UN Arms Trade Treaty unless the Senate approves a resolution of ratification for the Treaty and implementing legislation for the Treaty has been enacted into law.

Kelly (PA)

#544

LATE Cancels the transfer of background check operations from the National Background Investigations Bureau (NBIB) to the Department of Defense (DOD).

Kennedy (MA)

#121

Establishes the National Russian Threat Response Center within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to synchronize and analyze information pertaining to Russia from across the intelligence community, diplomatic channels, and law enforcement agencies.

Khanna (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#323

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to report on the impact of the Civil War in Yemen on the growth of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

Khanna (CA), Jones (NC)

#325

Prevents refueling of non-United States military aircraft for missions conducted against the Houthi in Yemen.

Khanna (CA)

#326

Prevents immigrant children from being held or housed on military bases or military personnel from participating in such efforts.

Khanna (CA)

#327

REVISED Requires a study on the various neo-Nazi and ultra-nationalist individuals who are part of military units, police forces, militias, and gangs active in Ukraine.

Khanna (CA)

#329

Ensures nothing in this Act shall be construed as authorizing the use of force against North Korea.

Khanna (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#338

Requires Secretary Defense to conduct an investigation to determine if coalition partners or United States military or intelligence personnel violated federal law or department of defense policy while conducting operations in Yemen

Kildee (MI), Bergman (MI), Fitzpatrick (PA), Boyle (PA), Huizenga (MI), Dingell (MI), Upton (MI)

#517

LATE REVISED States that in the absence of federal standards, the DOD must abide by state drinking-, ground-, and surface water standards for PFAS chemicals

Kilmer (WA), O'Halleran (AZ), Rosen (NV), Shea-Porter (NH)

#558

LATE Supports state-led efforts to enhance cybersecurity by establishing a 5-year pilot program of National Guard cyber civil support teams in 10 states.

Kilmer (WA)

#559

Improves the process by which the Department of Defense engages in government-to-government consultation with federally recognized tribes whose treaty rights may be impacted by military construction projects.

King, Steve (IA)

#92

Ensures no funds authorized go to the enforcement of Davis-Bacon

King, Steve (IA)

#93

Ensures no funds authorized under the NDAA go to enforcing Executive Order No. 13672 of July 21, 2014. This would protect the freedom of conscience for federal contractors.

King, Steve (IA)

#94

Ensures no funds authorized under the NDAA go to enforcing transgender sensitivity training.

King, Steve (IA)

#95

Ensures no funds authorized under the NDAA go to carrying out the memorandum of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense Integration and Defense Support of Civil Authorities entitled ‘‘Memorandum for Secretaries of the Military Departments Director, Joint Staff’’ and dated November 25, 2015. This memo would require the military to provide housing to unaccompanied alien minors.

King, Steve (IA), Gosar (AZ)

#123

Ensures no funds authorized under the NDAA go to enlisting individuals who are DACA recipients.

King, Steve (IA)

#570

LATE Expresses the Sense of Congress that no funds may be used to provide military aid or any other material aid to any organization that supports Islamism.

King, Steve (IA)

#571

LATE States the sense of Congress that the Government of Turkey has not fulfilled its obligations as a NATO Member and has not acted as an ally of the US;

Kinzinger (IL), Hultgren (IL), Kelly, Robin (IL), Rush (IL), Foster (IL)

#386

REVISED Extends lifespan of waste disposal site use by US Army.

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#137

Requires DoD to report how many underemployed reserve members in an employment program are in a field that matches their skills and training

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#138

REVISED Requires a National Intelligence Estimate of the political and military intentions of Russia

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#139

Prohibits DoD from enforcing an NDA against any DoD employee in contravention of federal whistleblower protections

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#140

Requires DoD employees to report to OGR, HSGAC, and OGE any time they seek ethics guidance on financial conflict of interest, and the results of that guidance

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#141

Expands the small business strategy to include identifying regulations that stand in the way of small businesses competing for and attaining contracts with DoD

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#142

requires DoD to report on any skills gap or skills mismatch within the defense-industrial base

Krishnamoorthi (IL), Swalwell (CA), Thompson, Glenn (PA)

#143

Adds "career exploration" to the strategies used to expose elementary and secondary school students to cyber coursework

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#144

Expands the Additive Manufacturing Centers of Excellence program to include On-the-job training

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#145

Requires DoD to report on the steps taken to prevent and treat opioid use among DoD dependents, including counseling, data sharing, and intervention strategies

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#146

Requires DoD to report on how the ongoing opioid crisis is affecting recruitment of personnel

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#147

Adds contracting preference for companies that offer on-site childcare

Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#408

Requires DoD to study and report on the ability of our domestic R&D capabilities (private sector and academia) compared to potential global adversaries

Krishnamoorthi (IL), Barr (KY)

#525

LATE Requires DoD to study the effects of the anesthetic shortage on military healthcare and propose methods for mitigating any harm arising as a result of this shortage

Kuster, Ann (NH)

#446

REVISED Requires SECDEF to submit a report to Congress within 90 days of passage detailing corrective actions taken based on IOT&E Report on MHS Genesis prior to its fielding beyond initial facilities.

Kuster, Ann (NH)

#448

Requires health providers to provide transitioning service members information and referrals for counseling and treatment of substance use disorders and chronic pain management services, when appropriate.

Kuster, Ann (NH)

#467

Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide the Department of Veterans Affairs a report detailing “lessons learned” in fielding and resolving issues found during IOT&E of MHS Genesis.

LaMalfa (CA)

#569

LATE REVISED Extends the existing sunset provision currently set to expire on October 1st, 2019 to October 1st, 2020. The extension would further prohibit funds from being used by the U.S. Air Force for the removal of the Over-the-Horizon-Backscatter Radar (OTHB) station located in Modoc County, CA.

Lance (NJ)

#34

REVISED Expresses sense of Congress that congressional sanctions were crucial to getting North Korea to the negotiating table and if any denuclearization deal is to be effective and lasting, Congress should have some input.

Lance (NJ), Pascrell (NJ)

#61

Requires each military department to carry out a program for awarding medals and other commendations to the military working dogs and/or their handlers.

Langevin (RI)

#315

Recognizes the importance of Department of State political advisors (POLADs) to the Department of Defense.

Langevin (RI)

#316

Strikes Section 874 entitled “transfer or possession of defense items for national defense purposes.”

Langevin (RI)

#318

Requires an annual report for no more than five years regarding buildings and facilities subject to exceptions to accessibility standards.

Langevin (RI), Stefanik (NY)

#320

Increases funding by $3 million to be used for divertor test tokamak research and development.

Larsen, Rick (WA)

#355

Amends the Internal Revenue Code to treat annuity payments to a surviving child of an eligible participant under the military's Survivor Benefit Plan as the earned income of such child, for purposes of exempting such payments from the alternative minimum tax (AMT).

Lawrence (MI)

#27

Requires each component of the Armed Forces to examine successful strategies in use by foreign military services to recruit and retain women and to consider potential best practices for implementation of recruitment and retention of women in the Armed Forces, as recommended by the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services.

Lawrence (MI)

#28

Requires the Secretary of Defense to share lessons learned and best practices on progress of gender integration implementation in the Armed Forces.

Lawrence (MI)

#29

States that SECDEF shall review and enhance the content of current transition assistance programs to better meet the unique needs of servicewomen transitioning out of the Armed Forces

Lawrence (MI)

#199

Requires that the strategy ensure sufficient data is collected to analyze the small business industrial base.

Lawrence (MI)

#200

Requires DoD to identify points of entry into the defense market and ensure that small business concerns have access to program managers.

Lawrence (MI)

#201

Empowers the Small Business Administration, Department of Defense and other participating agencies to coordinate on efforts to increase outreach and awards under the SBIR and STTR programs to small business concerns owned and controlled by women and socially and economically disadvantaged small business concerns. Adds this intent to the SBA’s enumerated duties under SBIR and STTR.

Lawson (FL)

#361

Authorizes $50 million to a public 1890 institution for the Secretary of Defense to create a Center of Excellence for Morale, Welfare, and Recreation and gives preference to a partnership between a public 1890 institution and a public Hispanic-serving institution.

Lawson (FL)

#363

Authorizes $50 million to a public 1890 institution for the Secretary of Defense to create a Center of Excellence for countering opioid and other drug addiction and gives preference to a partnership between a public 1890 institution and a public Hispanic-serving institution.

Lawson (FL)

#364

Authorizes $50 million to a public 1890 institution for the Secretary of Defense to create a Center of Excellence on the Space Force and gives preference to a partnership between a public 1890 institution and a public Hispanic-serving institution.

Lawson (FL)

#365

REVISED Requires a report on establishing a second homeport for aircraft carriers on the east coast of the United States.

Lawson (FL)

#425

Requires the head of all agencies that have SBIR programs to implement a Commercialization Assistance Pilot Program, if not currently operating such a similar program, within one year of passage of this provision for the purpose of increasing commercialization of SBIR research by the use of sequential Phase II awards that require a match of outside funding.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Welch (VT), Jones (NC), Lieu (CA)

#223

Reports on the legal authority to conduct military strikes against Syria

Lee, Barbara (CA)

#224

Prohibits use of funds to be used to overthrow the Government of North Korea

Lee, Barbara (CA), Lewis, Jason (MN), Norman (SC), Welch (VT), Jones (NC)

#225

REVISED Instructs the Comptroller General of the United States to submit to Congress a report on how funds authorized for overseas contingency operations were obligated.

Lee, Barbara (CA)

#226

Limits defense contractor pay and requires a report on the number of employees on contractor compensation

Lee, Barbara (CA), Jones (NC), Ellison (MN), Welch (VT)

#227

Repeals the 2001 AUMF after 240 days of enactment of this act.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Jones (NC), Ellison (MN), Welch (VT), Amash (MI)

#228

Repeals the 2002 AUMF after 240 days of enactment of this act.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Welch (VT)

#229

States that nothing in this Act may be construed as authorizing the use of force against North Korea.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Lewis, Jason (MN), Welch (VT), Jones (NC)

#230

Reduces the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) by $9,000,000,000

Lee, Barbara (CA), Jones (NC)

#231

Requires a report from the Secretary of Defense on the progress made under the United States-Afghan Compact

Lee, Barbara (CA)

#414

Prohibits use of funds to be used to overthrow the Government of Iran

Lee, Barbara (CA), Norton (DC), Veasey (TX)

#431

WITHDRAWN Strikes authorizing language in support of military parade and inserts prohibition on use of funds for such parade

Lewis, Jason (MN)

#505

LATE Requires that all procurement and R&D programs that were not requested in the President’s Budget Request be fully authorized in the NDAA before funds can be appropriated on them, it also establishes a waiver process for this requirement.

Lieu (CA)

#366

REVISED Requires a report by the Secretaries of State and Defense on foreign interference in Libya, including actions that violate the United Nations arms embargo, undermine U.S. interests or promote the presence of U.S. adversaries in Libya.

Lieu (CA), Yoho (FL)

#367

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to certify that the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen is not supporting radical Salafi militias and is providing the U.S. Government with battle damage assessments of airstrikes in Yemen for which the U.S. provided refueling. Failure to certify results in a prohibition on U.S. refueling services to the coalition.

Lieu (CA), Stefanik (NY)

#368

Requires an assessment from the Director of National Intelligence on the national security implications of the President reducing penalties on the Chinese technology manufacturer ZTE.

Lieu (CA)

#369

Prohibits the use of funds to conduct business, including the purchase of hotel rooms or conference space, with entities owned or controlled by the President or Members of the President’s immediate family.

Lieu (CA)

#371

Requires a public report on all Department of Defense expenditures to support POTUS visits to entities owned or significantly controlled by the President or a member of his immediate family.

Lieu (CA)

#373

Moves $65 million to deficit reduction from the W76-2 warhead modification program.

Lieu (CA)

#378

Amends the Arms Export Control Act to bring the House’s procedures for consideration of Resolutions of Disapproval of specific foreign military sales in line with Senate procedures.

Lipinski (IL), Roskam (IL), Hultgren (IL), Gonzalez, Vicente (TX)

#7

REVISED Requires an annual report from the Secretary of State and the Director of National Intelligence describing Iranian expenditures on military and terrorist activities outside the country. This report must be submitted annually until such time as the Secretary of State determines Iran no longer provides support for terrorism.

Lipinski (IL)

#30

Expands the cross-government Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program, which provides scientists and engineers with entrepreneurial education to help them commercialize their innovations. Directs the National Science Foundation to create new curriculum for use by all Agencies, to meet demonstrated business needs, and expands eligibility for participation.

Lipinski (IL), Stefanik (NY), Faso (NY)

#240

REVISED Creates federal prize competitions addressing five clean energy and climate solutions challenges important to national preparedness and security: carbon capture, energy efficiency, energy storage, climate resiliency, and data analytics to better understand weather or climate. Encourages public-private partnerships, market-ready solutions, and US-based manufacturing.

Lipinski (IL)

#241

Directs the creation of a pilot program to provide eligible veterans with the opportunity to enroll in certification programs in computer numerically controlled machining. This will aid military members as they plan their transition to civilian life.

Lipinski (IL), Jones (NC), Cramer, Kevin (ND)

#242

Grants Purple Heart recipients, disabled veterans, Medal of Honor recipients, and their caregivers access to Department of Defense commissaries and Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) facilities.

Lipinski (IL)

#243

REVISED Directs the Secretary of the Army to comply with GAO recommendations regarding armored commercial passenger-carrying vehicles in report GAO-17-513. Directs the Department of Defense to provide a briefing on the implementation of the Department of Defense Instruction O-2000.16 Volume 1.

Lipinski (IL)

#244

Enables veterans to use educational assistance benefits in pursuit of apprenticeship programs. This will aid military members as they plan their transition to civilian life.

Loebsack (IA), Jones (NC), Bustos (IL)

#410

Requires the Secretary of Defense to perform an assessment of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, as well as Maintenance and Manufacturing (STEM) workforce for organizations within the DOD, identify the types and quantities of STEM jobs needed to support future mission work, and identify a plan of action to address the STEM jobs gap.

Lowenthal (CA)

#198

Requires the Secretary of Defense to advise the Departments of State and Homeland Security, and the Central Intelligence Agency, in establishing and authorizing a Pricing Office Director in each agency.

Lujan (NM), Lujan Grisham (NM)

#165

Expresses the sense of Congress that the United States should compensate and recognize all of the miners, workers, downwinders, and others suffering from the effects of uranium mining and nuclear testing carried out during the Cold War.

Lujan (NM), O'Halleran (AZ), Lujan Grisham (NM)

#166

Adds the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act Amendments of 2017.

Lujan (NM)

#168

Authorizes the President to seek to maintain and strengthen the United Nations procurement channel for dual-use goods being sold to Iran through the provision of technical assistance to other countries to strengthen export controls and stop the illicit transfer of dual-use goods to Iran. Expresses the sense of Congress that the United States should remain engaged with the UN procurement channel and leverage the expertise of the National Nuclear Security Administration, acting through the United States’ national laboratories.

Lujan (NM), Lujan Grisham (NM)

#169

Expresses the sense of Congress that the Secretary of the Navy should designate the next nuclear-powered submarine of the Navy the "U.S.S. Los Alamos".

Lujan (NM)

#170

WITHDRAWN Requires the Comptroller General of the United States to conduct a review of NNSA's implementation of the recommendation contained in its Pu Pit Production Engineering Assessment and the Workforce Analysis to Support Future Pit Production.

Lujan (NM)

#171

REVISED Creates a manufacturing engineering education program to provide advanced manufacturing training to support the missions for the DOE National Security Laboratories and the NNSA sites

Lujan (NM), Lujan Grisham (NM), Pearce (NM)

#172

REVISED Requires the  Secretary of Defense to select and contract with an independent Federally Funded Research and Development Center to review, assess and prepare a report on NNSA’s strategy for the recapitalization of plutonium science and production capabilities.  It also requires Secretary of Energy to provide briefings on this strategy, and requires the Nuclear Weapons Council to provide annual certifications related to this effort.

Lujan (NM)

#295

REVISED Instructs the Secretary of Defense to facilitate a multiyear entrepreneurial fellowship program which places fellows in National Laboratories with access to research facilities and lab expertise.

Lujan Grisham (NM), Lujan (NM)

#340

REVISED Authorizes the Air Force Research Lab to create an open campus initiative modeled after the Army Research Lab’s program, which fosters innovation and provides for rapid transition of technologies into products by entrepreneurs.

Lujan Grisham (NM), Lujan (NM)

#342

REVISED Authorizes entrepreneurial sabbatical programs across all the defense laboratories and allows researchers to take an unpaid sabbatical to work for a private sector firm in order to build their research for commercial purposes.

Lujan Grisham (NM)

#343

Provides compensation and credit for retired pay purposes for maternity leave taken by members of the reserve components.

Lujan Grisham (NM), Lujan (NM), Lipinski (IL)

#344

REVISED Authorizes the Secretary to support national security innovation and entrepreneurial education programs for Department of Defense laboratory personnel.

Lynch (MA), Cummings (MD), Welch (VT)

#255

Requires the Secretary of Defense to rescind the decision to redact troop figures for Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria in the quarterly report on military and civilian personnel strength issued by the Defense Manpower Data Center. Also requires the Department of Defense, going forward, to publish these troop figures in the same report using the actual countries where troops are deployed rather than their permanently-assigned unit locations.

Lynch (MA), Welch (VT)

#256

REVISED Directs the Secretary of Defense to authorize and facilitate meaningful access to Congressional Delegations to Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Syria.

Lynch (MA), Cummings (MD), Welch (VT)

#257

Requires the Secretary of Defense to make publicly available all data pertaining to measures of performance of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces that was publicly available before October 1, 2017 but has now been retroactively classified or otherwise redacted.

Maloney, Sean (NY), Gallagher (WI)

#210

REVISED Improves the ability of separating or retiring members of the Armed Forces to seek state veterans services by enabling them to elect to have their DD-214 shared with county veterans service officers.

Maloney, Sean (NY), Stefanik (NY)

#211

Allows memorial headstone or grave markers to be made available for purchase by Guard or Reserve members who served for at least six years, at no cost to the government. Clarifies that this does not allow for any new veteran benefits, and does not authorize any new burial benefit or create any new authority for an individual to be buried in a national cemetery.

Maloney, Sean (NY)

#212

Extends through 2019 Department of Veterans Affairs authority for the performance of medical disability evaluations by contract physicians.

Maloney, Sean (NY)

#213

Provides recognition of the entire period service members in the Korean War spent as POWs for the receipt of combat pay.

Marshall (KS)

#297

Provides transparency to the U.S. Army’s military value analysis model which has been a key determinant to stationing analysis and decision making in recent years.

Marshall (KS)

#299

Authorizes the Society of the First Infantry Division to make modifications to the First Division Monument located on Federal land in Presidential Park, District of Columbia. The future additions will honor the members of the First Infantry Division who paid the ultimate sacrifice during United States operations, including Operation Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn and Operation Enduring Freedom.

McCaul (TX), Bacon (NE), Castro (TX)

#164

REVISED Amends Section 880 of the base bill, which prohibits all Federal agencies from buying from or contracting with covered companies. The amendment extends the prohibition to Federal grant money, and loans.

McClintock (CA)

#546

LATE WITHDRAWN Strikes the prohibition on a round of BRAC. Allows entities accepting closed bases to pay for environmental review and mitigation costs.

McClintock (CA)

#577

LATE Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to retain fees for medical services provided in units of the National Park System.

McClintock (CA)

#578

LATE Implements improvements to NEPA reviews conducted by the Department of the Interior.

McEachin (VA)

#395

REVISED Requires that the Secretary of Defense report to Congress on the national security impacts of withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.

McGovern (MA), Emmer (MN)

#77

Requires the Secretary of Defense to design and produce a military service medal to honor retired and former members of the Armed Forces who are radiation-exposed veterans (Atomic Veterans).

McGovern (MA), Jones (NC), Lee, Barbara (CA), Garamendi (CA), Kildee (MI), Welch (VT)

#173

Requires Presidential determination and Congressional action to increase levels of U.S. Armed Forces deployed in Afghanistan after September 30, 2018.

McKinley (WV)

#422

Institutes domestic sourcing requirements for dinner ware within the Department of Defense.

McMorris Rodgers (WA)

#515

LATE REVISED States that each Secretary concerned may conduct a study on the feasibility of IGSA's for terms not exceeding 20 years.

McSally (AZ), McCaul (TX), Cook (CA), Jones (NC), Lamborn (CO)

#57

REVISED Codifies the main tenants of the current agreement between DoD and states that have deployed National Guard members in support of the southern border mission. Includes explicit authority for DHS Secretary to request support for border mission from SECDEF; specifies types of activities Guardsman may perform, including construction, surveillance, and UAS operations (while making clear that law enforcement activities are not authorized); requires SECDEF to notify DHS Sec. whether support will be reimbursed prior to deployment and grants SECDEF explicit authority to reimburse.

McSally (AZ), Cramer, Kevin (ND)

#177

Grants a waiver of time limitations so that the Distinguished-Service Cross can be awarded to Staff Sgt. Gallegos, a soldier from AZ who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009.

McSally (AZ)

#576

LATE Authorizes a land transfer for the purpose of relocating and extending a parallel runway at Tucson International Airport.

Meadows (NC), Bustos (IL), Loebsack (IA)

#113

REVISED Promotes responsible leasing of DOD property by requiring the Secretary of Defense to direct the military departments to certify, prior to entering into a new lease, that there is not available DOD property which may be reconfigured to support the purpose of the proposed lease in a more cost effective manner; and, requires a breakout of annual rent plus other costs including parking costs for multiple assets associated with a single lease; and, requires GAO to submit a one-time report on the completeness of these requirements in updating the DOD’s Real Property Database (RPAD) by the DOD.

Meadows (NC)

#470

WITHDRAWN Ensures that cargo restrictions under subsection (b) of 46 U.S. Code § 55305 would not apply to emergency assistance programs under title II of the Food for Peace Act.

Meadows (NC)

#494

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State to jointly certify and report to Congress that assistance to the Ministry of the Interior of Iraq under the Iraq Train and Equip Fund will not be disbursed to any group that is, or is known to be affiliated with, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps – Quds Force or other state sponsor of terrorism.

Meeks (NY)

#437

REVISED States sense of Congress that the 3 Seas Initiative could serve as a valuable counterweight to the Kremlin’s efforts to divide Europe and Chinese regional expansionism, particularly in the context of energy and infrastructure.

Meeks (NY)

#480

Requires a report from the Secretary of Treasury assessing the impact of the reimposition of United States sanctions regarding Iran on the global financial services sector and the ability of the United States to regulate financial transactions if foreign financial institutions and national governments take steps to avoid being subject to such United States sanctions.

Meng (NY)

#83

Requires the Secretary of Defense to permit military parents flexible (non-continuous) maternity and parental leave.

Meng (NY)

#84

Requires the Secretary of Defense to develop and maintain a joint federal–state clearinghouse to provide information about the occupational license and credential information needed by military spouses.

Meng (NY)

#85

Permits any member of the armed services who gives birth to be exempt from deployment for 12 months after such birth unless they request deployment. Current bill text only covers members who give birth while on active duty.

Meng (NY)

#86

Requires the Secretary of Defense to remove marriage stipulations from parental leave policies.

Meng (NY)

#87

Permits the Secretary of Defense to develop a burn patient transfer system which includes military and civilian burn centers that could be used during mass casualty events.

Meng (NY)

#88

Requires the creation and use of exit surveys that will allow DOD to assess the reasons that attrition levels for women in the military are higher than for men at various career points.

Meng (NY), Rice, Kathleen (NY), Suozzi (NY), Crowley (NY), Jeffries (NY)

#89

Authorizes the Jet Noise Reduction Program within the Office of Naval Research.

Meng (NY), Soto (FL)

#90

Adds oversight as a responsibility of the newly formed Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Policy and Oversight Council.

Mitchell (MI)

#51

Requires a review of regulations relating to the acquisition of commercial products and services, promotes the use of interagency acquisitions, and improves the process for acquiring services based on hourly rates when using multiple award contracts.

Moore, Gwen (WI)

#43

WITHDRAWN Allows a registrant for selective service the option to indicate on the registration form their desire to be classified as a conscientious objector.

Moore, Gwen (WI)

#44

Expresses the Sense of Congress about the need for the leadership of the National Capital Consortium Psychiatry Residency program to maintain a workplace free of racial, gender or other forms of discrimination or harassment. It would also require GAO to report on the number of such complaints received over the past five years and assess the program’s response to such complaints and efforts to prevent a hostile workplace environment for residents.

Moore, Gwen (WI)

#207

Requests that DOD study the equitability of non-honorable discharges for military service members who are members of a protected class under title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Moore, Gwen (WI)

#220

REVISED Requires the Commission to study the Selective Service System and National and Public Service established by the FY 2017 NDAA to also examine the registration requirements for conscientious objectors and ways to strengthen options for public and national service and make recommendations on those matters.

Moulton (MA), O'Rourke (TX)

#62

Prohibits the Executive Office of the President from eliminating the position of Cybersecurity Coordinator on the National Security Council staff.

Murphy, Stephanie (FL), Curbelo (FL), Wasserman Schultz (FL)

#261

Requires the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of State, to provide a report to the relevant congressional committees that assesses how instability in Venezuela affects U.S. national security interests and regional security and stability, and describes how U.S. Southern Command is postured to address the threats and challenges posed by Venezuela.

Napolitano (CA), McKinley (WV)

#47

Increases funding for the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program by $30 million. This would match the program’s 2018 funding of $180 million.

Napolitano (CA), McKinley (WV)

#48

Requires the Secretary of Defense to evaluate the pilot Jobs ChalleNGe Programs and submit a report of findings and recommendations 120 days after the end of the fiscal year.

Napolitano (CA), Calvert (CA)

#132

Ensures equipment and facilities of the United States, a state, a county or a local government may also be transferred to the National Guard for purpose of carrying out the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program.

Newhouse (WA)

#488

Extends the authorization for the Office of River Protection through 2024.

Nolan (MN)

#397

REVISED Prohibits funding from the Counter-ISIS Train and Equip Fund to recipients that the Secretary of Defense has reported as having previously misused provided training or equipment.

Nolan (MN)

#399

Prohibits the use of funds authorized by this Act to be made available to deploy members of the Armed Forces to participate in the ongoing civil war in Yemen.

Nolan (MN)

#401

Expresses the sense of Congress that a strong domestic iron ore and steel industry is vital to the national security of the United States.

Nolan (MN)

#402

Strikes the authorization of funds made available under the Overseas Contingency Operations account. (Title XV)

Nolan (MN)

#548

LATE REVISED Clarifies and makes certain specifications for the troop reporting requirement and the use of waivers.

Norman (SC)

#330

REVISED Requires the Office of Management and Budget to keep a separate accounts for overseas contingency operations and the accounts for the Department of Defense.

Norman (SC)

#331

Ensures not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees an updated version of the October 2017 report on ‘‘Department of Defense Infrastructure Capacity".

Norman (SC), Blumenauer (OR), Lewis, Jason (MN), Lee, Barbara (CA), Schweikert (AZ)

#332

Ensures no later than 90 days after enactment, the Secretary of the Air Force shall publicly disclose the total dollar amount of any B-21 contracts.

Norman (SC)

#555

LATE States that the Secretary of Defense shall include, with the Department of Defense budget, a report regarding the funding for product support strategies for major weapons systems.

Norton (DC)

#221

Authorizes the Secretary of the Navy to enter into a land exchange in the vicinity of the Washington Navy Yard.

Norton (DC)

#537

LATE Gives the Mayor of the District of Columbia authority over the D.C. National Guard, while preserving the President's control to conduct homeland defense activities

O'Halleran (AZ)

#528

LATE Requires DOD to report to Congress the costs of travel on military aircraft provided to senior executive officials, excluding required use travel.

O'Halleran (AZ)

#534

LATE REVISED Requires DOD to implement a 7-day first-fill limit on opioid prescriptions, with exceptions.

O'Rourke (TX), Moulton (MA)

#311

REVISED Requires the Secretary of Defense to notify Congress within 30 days if the list of entities considered to be associated forces, affiliates, or adherents of al Qaeda, as maintained by the Secretary of Defense, is changed. Any such notice will include the legal and factual justification for such change.

O'Rourke (TX), Khanna (CA), Pocan (WI)

#312

Requires Secretary of Defense to report on any mid-air refueling by a military department for any non-United States aircraft of the Saudi-led coalition for any anti-Houthi missions in Yemen. The reports shall be issued every 90 days and include identification of aircraft, a description of targets struck by such aircraft, the extent of the damage of any strike, and any records required by cross-servicing agreement between the United States and Saudi Arabia.

Palazzo (MS)

#266

Prohibits the navy from naming any vessel after a Member of Congress Living or dead, unless that member served as President or served in the Armed Forces. The amendment does not affect any ships named prior to enactment.

Palmer (AL)

#540

LATE REVISED Requires a briefing by the Secretary of the Air Force on the need for additional recruitment measures for Space related career fields.

Panetta (CA)

#78

Establishes the Department of Defense Cyber Institute to serve as the principal Department entity for facilitating cyber cooperation between the Department and outside entities, including industry, academia, and other government organizations. The Institute is to be funded by user fees paid by outside industry partners.

Panetta (CA), Banks (IN), Fortenberry (NE), Fleischmann (TN), Visclosky (IN)

#79

REVISED Directs the Administrator for Nuclear Security to accelerate the elimination of the use of cesium chloride in blood irradiation devices. Cesium chloride represents a risk because of its potential employment in a radiological or ‘dirty bomb,’ and is no longer required due to the availability of new treatment technologies that do not create a radiological threat.

Panetta (CA), Carbajal (CA)

#404

Prohibits the use of NDAA funding to hold a child at a Department of Defense facility if that child has been separated from their parent by immigration authorities, or if that child is being held due to prosecution of a parent under immigration law.

Panetta (CA), Jones (NC), Suozzi (NY), Brady, Robert (PA), Ruppersberger (MD), Bacon (NE), Schiff (CA), Langevin (RI), McMorris Rodgers (WA), Gallagher (WI), LoBiondo (NJ)

#405

REVISED Directs the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) and the Office of Small Business Programs, to establish a pilot program to extend the sharing of cyber threat information to contractors, including small and medium-sized manufacturers, who otherwise do not have appropriate security clearance.

Pascrell (NJ)

#497

Directs the Secretary of Defense to include blast exposure history as part of soldier service records in order to ensure that, if medical issues arise later, soldiers receive care for any service-connect injuries.

Pascrell (NJ)

#498

Directs the Secretary of Defense to study the effects of overpressure waves from heavy weapons on brain injury, and report these findings and make recommendations to Congress.

Pearce (NM)

#67

Calls for modification to the boundaries between White Sands Missile Range and White Sands National Monument.

Pearce (NM), Lujan (NM)

#68

REVISED Requests a Space Launch study and report identifying vulnerabilities and capacity concerns of the current launch facilities.

Pearce (NM)

#69

Creates a streamlined process for wounded warriors to cross train into the emerging field of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), regardless of their AFSC, MOS or military branch as a pilot or sensor operator in the Air Force.

Pearce (NM)

#70

Amends the Development Test & Evaluation strategic plan to expand the period taken into account when assessing DoD Test and Evaluation resources from a 10-year period to a 30-year period. It also expands the report requirements, specifically, the assessment of facility and resources requirements to analyze test and evaluations needs in Missile Defense, Cyberspace Operations, Direct Energy, and Hypersonics.

Perry (PA)

#347

Requires the Secretary of Defense to report on the incorporation of violent extremist organizations into the Iraq military and such organizations access to U.S.-provided training and equipment.

Perry (PA), Meadows (NC)

#349

Prohibits funding unless the Secretary of Defense can certify that organizations with association to the IRGC are not part of the Iraq military and do not have access to U.S.-provided training and equipment.

Plaskett, (VI)

#438

REVISED Raises the micro-purchase threshold to $100,000 for procurement activities resulting from, and during the period of, a declaration by the President of an emergency or major disaster declaration.

Pocan (WI), Lee, Barbara (CA), Ellison (MN)

#406

Requires the Secretary to submit a report to Congress within 120 days of enactment regarding the national security implications posed to the United States and its ally, Israel, by the worsening social, economic, and humanitarian conditions in the Gaza Strip.

Pocan (WI), Ellison (MN)

#407

REVISED Expresses a sense of Congress that Members, when applicable, gain access to regions in which the U.S. humanitarian assistance and aid is being deployed, including aid the U.S. may be providing to the people in Gaza.

Pocan (WI)

#507

LATE Requires a report within 120 of enactment regarding all activities conducted by members of the Armed Forces and civilian personnel of the Department of Defense in providing assistance to the military coalition led by the Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates against the Houthi forces in Yemen.

Pocan (WI), Amash (MI), Jones (NC), McGovern (MA), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#508

LATE Bans precision guided munitions transfers to Saudi Arabia until the Secretary of Defense certifies that U.S. Armed Forces have ended unauthorized hostilities in the Saudi-led war against Yemen’s Houthi forces, begun in 2015.

Pocan (WI)

#509

LATE Requires the National Guard Bureau to re-examine the contract and wage determinations for a contractor it utilizes for Guard support services, and to report its findings back to Congress.

Pocan (WI), Schakowsky (IL), Johnson, Hank (GA), Ellison (MN), Khanna (CA)

#541

LATE Prohibits DoD contractors from requiring its employees to enter into mandatory arbitration agreements nor class and collective action bans as a condition of employment.

Poe (TX)

#20

REVISED Directs the President to impose sanctions on two Iranian proxies in Syria and Iraq for terrorism and requires report detailing entities in which the IRGC has an ownership interest of 33 percent or greater.

Poe (TX)

#21

REVISED Terminates Pakistan’s status as a Major Non-NATO Ally and places certification requirement for any future designation of Pakistan as such.

Poe (TX)

#22

Reduces the amount of CSF reimbursements the Secretary of Defense can send to Pakistan without certifying that Pakistan has taken action against the Haqqani Network from $350 million to $200 million.

Poe (TX)

#484

Gives preference for transfer of excess DOD equipment to federal and local agencies that intend to use the equipment for the purpose of strengthening the southern border. Equipment specified: unmanned aerial vehicles (drones), the Aerostat radar system, night-vision goggles, and humvees.

Poe (TX)

#485

REVISED Prohibits involuntary separation or deportation of DACA recipients who are actively serving in the Armed Forces or have been discharged under honorable conditions.

Poe (TX)

#486

REVISED Prohibits DOD from using drones for targeted surveillance of American citizens within the United States and prohibits any information acquired from such surveillance from being entered into evidence before any court or agency proceeding.

Poliquin (ME)

#382

Clarifies that section 916 is not intended to require or encourage any reduction in work force at the Defense Finance and Accounting Services

Polis (CO), Lee, Barbara (CA), Duncan (TN), Grothman (WI)

#258

Reduces the base Defense Department budget by 1% excluding military/reserve/National Guard personnel, as well as Defense Health Program account.

Polis (CO), Quigley (IL)

#259

Directs the Secretary of Defense to conduct a study on the impact of the FDA’s policies restricting blood donations from men who have sex with men on the readiness of the Armed Forces and the blood supply of military medical treatment facilities.

Polis (CO), Blumenauer (OR)

#260

REVISED Reduces the amount authorized for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Weapons Account to the amount in the budget request.

Posey (FL)

#556

LATE WITHDRAWN Directs the Chief of Engineers to provide technical assistance to a state agency that is carrying out congressionally authorized studies or projects. Such assistance would be reimbursed by the state agency. This section shall expire in four years from the date of enactment. Protects existing authorities under Davis-Bacon.

Price, David (NC), Young, Don (AK), Panetta (CA)

#97

Directs DOD to award three-year competitive grants to state and local education agencies for the establishment, improvement, or expansion of world language programs in elementary and secondary schools.

Price, David (NC), Smith, Adam (WA), Schiff (CA), Engel (NY), Connolly (VA), Lujan (NM), Waters (CA)

#495

Requires report on the President’s announcement to reinstate sanctions on Iran and withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

Price, David (NC), Meeks (NY)

#496

REVISED Requires report to Congress on the impact of democratic developments in Poland on U.S. and regional security.

Raskin (MD), Jones (NC)

#433

Authorizes $5 million to advance the development of canine freeze-dried plasma.

Raskin (MD)

#434

WITHDRAWN Expresses a sense of Congress that the President should submit any agreement with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea relating to their nuclear program as a treaty subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.

Reed (NY)

#557

LATE Directs the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of the Navy to submit a report to Congress on the impacts to our national defense and manufacturing base resulting from a potential relocation of production of steam turbines for aircraft carriers and submarines.

Rohrabacher (CA)

#232

Ensures that Pakistan is not using its military or any funds or equipment provided by the United States to persecute minority groups.

Rohrabacher (CA)

#233

Cuts aid to Turkey and supports the Peshmerga military.

Rohrabacher (CA)

#234

REVISED Requires a report on the potential strategic benefits from security cooperation with the government of Eritrea.

Rohrabacher (CA)

#235

Expresses a sense of congress that recognizes Dr. Shakil Afridi as an international hero and that the Government of Pakistan should release him immediately from prison.

Rohrabacher (CA)

#375

States cash flow financing shall be made available to Egypt in any amount, without limit.

Roskam (IL)

#133

Expresses a sense of Congress of the threats posed by Iran’s ballistic missile program.

Ross (FL)

#162

Requires OPM to submit a detailed report to Congress on the use of ‘Official Time’ by federal employees.

Rouzer (NC)

#293

Allows terminally ill participants in the Survivor Benefit Plan to elect a new beneficiary as opposed to waiting for an Open Season.

Royce (CA), Engel (NY), Yoho (FL)

#53

Modernizes State Department management of U.S. security assistance; strengthens Congressional oversight over delistings of countries as state sponsors of terrorism; improves defense trade licensing; extends the War Reserve Stockpile for Israel; extends certain privileges under the Arms Export Control Act to Major Defense Partners; and authorizes the sale of an excess Navy frigate to Bahrain.

Ruiz (CA)

#303

Requires Department of Defense to carry out an annual education campaign to inform servicemembers exposed to burn pits who qualify to enroll in the Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pits Registry of such eligibility.

Ruiz (CA)

#304

Requires Department of Defense to conduct a study on the feasibility of phasing out the use of burn pits by using technology incinerators.

Ruiz (CA)

#306

Counters Iran Maritime Initiative In an effort to increase maritime security for countries bordering the Persian Gulf, the Arabian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea this amendment authorizes assistance in the form of training, equipment, supplies, and small-scale military construction to these countries to help them deter and combat illegal smuggling and related maritime activity by Iran.

Russell (OK), Cheney (WY)

#35

Prohibits the transfer of bells of Balangiga that shall take effect enactment of the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal year 2018.

Russell (OK)

#36

Reduces the risk for military service members so that pilots and crews are better protected in training areas.

Russell (OK)

#49

Expands expedited hiring authority for college graduates government-wide to fill critical-need jobs.

Sablan (MP)

#153

WITHDRAWN Restores educational grant funds provided to the Republic of Palau back to the U.S. territories now that the Compact of Free Association with Palau has been extended and funded.

Sablan (MP)

#191

Applies a provision amended by Section 1043 to the Northern Marianas on date of enactment.

Sanford (SC), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#492

Codifies criteria developed by OMB in 2010 to clarify when military spending should be designated as contingency operations and properly be part of the Overseas Contingency Operation budget.

Schakowsky (IL), Lee, Barbara (CA), Speier (CA)

#254

REVISED Seeks to limit contracting for security serviced or training with a person or entity that provides military training to the People’s Republic of China, Iran, North Korea, or Russia.

Schiff (CA)

#114

Authorization for Article III judges to arraign, accept a plea, enter a conviction, and issue a sentence via video teleconference to an individual detained at Guantanamo Bay with provision for transfer to a foreign country to serve sentence of imprisonment.

Schiff (CA)

#115

Sunsets the 2001 AUMF and 2002 AUMF immediately and replaces them with a single authorization for the use of force against al-Qaeda, ISIS and the Taliban. The resolution would sunset in 3 years, and includes a provision to vote on a privileged resolution repealing AUMF if the President introduces ground forces.

Schiff (CA), Cramer, Kevin (ND)

#116

Expresses the sense of Congress in support of adding 74 names of sailors who died aboard the USS Frank E. Evans in 1969 to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and requiring a report to Congress with a plan to recognize those 74, and other deserving service-members, on equal basis with other names inscribed on the Memorial.

Schiff (CA), Gabbard (HI), Lieu (CA)

#117

Requires a report by the Secretary of Defense to Congress on the legal basis for strikes by the United States against Syrian regime targets in April 2017 and April 2018.

Schiff (CA), O'Rourke (TX), Lieu (CA)

#118

Requires an annual public report on the use of targeted lethal force in counterterrorism operations by the U.S. government, including combatant and noncombatant casualties.

Schneider (IL), Blum (IA)

#419

Authorizes the Boots to Business program which helps transitioning service members and veterans become entrepreneurs and create jobs through a standardized three-step entrepreneurship training track while giving access to resources in their local communities. This program currently runs as a collaboration between the Small Business Administration’s Office of Veterans Business Development and the Department of Defense’s Transition Assistance Program.

Schneider (IL), Lujan (NM), Lipinski (IL)

#474

Allows for increased flexibility for use of funding within Phase I and Phase II of the SBIR/STTR programs.

Schneider (IL)

#475

Requires DOD providers who prescribe opioids for pain management to complete 12 hours of training every three years on pain management treatment guidelines and best practices, early detection of opioid use disorder, and the treatment and management of patients with opioid use disorder.

Schneider (IL)

#476

Amends Section 1685 (NIE with respect to Russian and Chinese interference in Democratic countries) to require a report on DOD efforts to deter such interference.

Schneider (IL), Meadows (NC)

#477

Amends Section 1225 (Strategy to counter destabilizing activities of Iran) to include the countries in which Iran is operating, assessing their destabilizing activities and implications thereof.

Schneider (IL)

#478

REVISED Adds new considerations to the existing assessment regarding Israel’s Qualitative Military Edge.

Schneider (IL)

#479

WITHDRAWN Ensures that a military parade does not impact the budgetary needs or readiness of the Armed Forces.

Schneider (IL)

#481

Authorizes assistance to the IAEA to ensure Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon.

Schneider (IL), Meadows (NC)

#482

Requires a report on Iran’s support for proxy forces in Syria and Lebanon, including Hizballah, and an assessment of the threat posed to Israel and other U.S. regional allies.

Schrader (OR), Shea-Porter (NH)

#205

Exempts members of the Armed Forces who voluntarily separated from active duty, are involuntarily recalled, and incur a 100 percent service-connected disability during that time from the requirement to repay voluntary separation pay.

Schrader (OR)

#489

Adds a ten-year statute of limitations to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.

Schrader (OR), Raskin (MD), Welch (VT)

#490

Requires the Chief Management Officer to look at savings across the board not just at support functions at DOD.

Schrader (OR), Welch (VT), Blum (IA), Blumenauer (OR), Norman (SC), Rooney, Francis (FL)

#506

LATE Requires DOD to report to Congress on ways they are finding and implementing savings laid out by the 2015 Defense Business Board report and for alternative recommendations to achieve cost-savings.

Sessions (TX)

#568

LATE REVISED Provides clarifying language that allows the SECDEF to enter into agreement with charitable organizations to provide assistance to local populations abroad.

Shea-Porter (NH), Esty (CT), Wenstrup (OH), Kuster, Ann (NH)

#450

REVISED Requires reports from the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs regarding efforts to improve the Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry.

Shea-Porter (NH), Lamborn (CO), Coffman (CO), Fitzpatrick (PA), Kuster, Ann (NH)

#453

Creates a national database for servicemembers and veterans experiencing health problems due to contamination from PFAS chemicals.

Shea-Porter (NH), LoBiondo (NJ), Jones (NC), Walz (MN), Norcross (NJ)

#457

Requires DoD to authorize the Therapeutic Service Dog Training Program.

Shea-Porter (NH)

#458

Report on DoD security cooperation programs and activities in certain foreign countries, to include lessons learned and best practices with respect to DoD security cooperation programs and recommendations.

Shea-Porter (NH), Rosen (NV), Jones (NC)

#460

Requires DoD, State, and USAID to convene an interagency working group, comprised of officials from the three agencies, to jointly develop and implement an anticorruption strategy for a given contingency operation.

Shea-Porter (NH)

#461

REVISED States that before and during security sector assistance (SSA) missions, DoD reports to the congressional defense committees assessing US and host nation-shared SSA objectives; evaluating host nation’s political, social, economic, diplomatic, and historical context that may impair or inhibit the effectiveness of SSA; assessing the sustainability of support provided to foreign countries participating in SSA; and describing measures taken to ensure foreign countries participating in SSA do not become dependent on the SSA the United States provides.

Shea-Porter (NH)

#463

WITHDRAWN Requires DoD to conduct a human capital, threat, and material needs assessment of the host nation and design a force accordingly, with the appropriate systems and equipment.

Shea-Porter (NH)

#465

WITHDRAWN Requires DoD to prepare and regularly update a list of critical defense technologies or infrastructure that would not be eligible for acquisition or investment by foreign entities, to ensure US national security interests are protected.

Sinema (AZ), Fitzpatrick (PA), Budd (NC)

#469

REVISED Directs the Secretaries of Defense, State, and Treasury, in coordination with appropriate federal officials, to report to Congress on the current funding mechanisms used by Islamic State and affiliated entities; the most likely future financing mechanisms available to Islamic State and affiliated entities; and US efforts to deny access to such funding mechanisms.

Sinema (AZ)

#471

Expresses a sense of Congress that wildfires endanger national security and directs DOD to issue a report on wildfire suppression capabilities within the active and reserve components of the Armed Forces, including the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System Program, and interagency cooperation with the Forest Service and the Department of the Interior.

Sinema (AZ), Hollingsworth (IN)

#472

Ensures that the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) helps servicemembers obtain sufficient financial literacy to effectively leverage conferred benefits and opportunities for employment, education, vocational training, and entrepreneurship by requiring the Secretary of Defense to report to Congress on actions the Secretary intends to take to effectively incorporate financial literacy as part of the TAP.

Sinema (AZ), Gallego (AZ), Biggs (AZ)

#513

LATE States that the sense of the Congress that government-owned mobile technologies remain at risk for targeting or data breaches placing at risk information that could harm national security. Requests a briefing by DOD on threats posed by credential theft, active surveillance from mics and cameras, and tracking of user movements and location; commercial availability of technologies to mitigate these threats; and strategies and feasibility of deploying mobile security technologies within the Department.

Smith, Adam (WA), Engel (NY), Wilson (FL), Langevin (RI), Gallego (AZ)

#100

Requires a report from the Secretary of Defense on Department of Defense missions, operations, and activities in Niger and the broader region.

Smith, Adam (WA)

#536

LATE Requires that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) conduct a survey of the current research on ultrafine particles and an original study on the distribution and concentration of ultrafine particles around the country’s 20 largest airports. The study is to be coordinated with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Health and Human Services (HHS), and any other agency deemed appropriate by the FAA Administrator.

Smith, Adam (WA)

#538

Clarifies that the Federal Aviation Administration is allowed to disburse funding to carry out a project to mitigate noise if the project is located at a school near the airport and if the school entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the agency before September 30, 2002, even if the airport does not meet the requirements of part 150 Title 14.

Smucker (PA), Katko (NY)

#236

Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to the congressional defense committees (HASC and SASC) that describes the shortage of mental health providers of the Department of Defense and contains a strategy to better recruit and retain mental health providers.

Smucker (PA)

#451

REVISED Requires that the Secretary of Defense must submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the House and Senate a report on the Department of Defense’s efforts to review and monitor the medication prescribing practices of its providers based on DOD’s guideline recommendations to treat PTSD. DOD must establish a monitoring program carried out by each branch of the Armed Services to conduct periodic reviews of the medication prescribing practices of its own providers.

Soto (FL), Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#238

Expands the purpose of the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Policy Counsel to ensure the Department of Defense is able work with the private sector and academia to maintain a workforce pipeline with the expertise and education necessary to be a global leader in the operation and development of artificial intelligence.

Soto (FL), Schweikert (AZ), Polis (CO)

#239

REVISED Directs Department of Defense to also consider distributed ledger technologies (blockchain) when performing their review and assessment on advancements in Artificial Intelligence and associated technologies like quantum sciences and high-performance computing.

Soto (FL)

#246

REVISED Establishes a framework to enhance collaboration between the United States and Israel in research and development activities related to food security.

Soto (FL), Murphy, Stephanie (FL)

#247

Allows the Secretary of Defense to provide military postal service support to United States citizens living in overseas locations and employed by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), if such citizens perform functions in support of the Armed Forces of the United States.

Soto (FL), Murphy, Stephanie (FL)

#248

Adds universities to the list of entities authorized to partner with the Department of Defense’s pilot program on treatment of members of the armed forces for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) related to military sexual trauma.

Soto (FL)

#249

Permanently authorizes the Defense Exportability Feature Pilot Program, which encourages program management to design and develop technology protection features in systems during the research and development stage.

Soto (FL)

#250

Requires the inclusion of resources available to treat victims of military sexual trauma as part of the required service member preseparation counseling.

Soto (FL)

#251

Allows undocumented spouses of active duty service members, and honorably discharged veterans, to be eligible for permanent residency.

Soto (FL), Murphy, Stephanie (FL)

#252

Directs the Secretary of the Army to establish a Center of Excellence on Advanced Sensor Manufacturing to support efforts and identify improvements in the implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques and capabilities across the Army industrial facilities.

Soto (FL)

#253

Directs the Secretary of Defense to recommend updates in technological infrastructure or funding initiatives necessary to address emerging threats posed by quantum computing.

Soto (FL)

#440

Directs the Secretary concerned to make the application for transfer, including determinations and actions regarding the application, confidential for students of military academies who are victims of sexual assault.

Soto (FL)

#442

Includes cybersecurity and computer programming into the JROTC curriculum.

Speier (CA), Ros-Lehtinen (FL), McEachin (VA), Davis, Susan (CA)

#104

REVISED Establishes 10/1/16 transgender accession/service policy as current policy barring an act of Congress that changes the policy.

Speier (CA)

#339

Requires the names of senior officers (O-7 and above) and civilian members of the SES who have been found to have engaged in misconduct to be published in the appropriate Inspector General Semiannual Report.

Speier (CA), Raskin (MD), Duncan (TN), Lewis, Jason (MN)

#353

Establishes new reporting requirements for non-recurring cost waivers issued by DSCA during the FMS process, creates limitations on loss of sale waiver eligibility for frequent/high value FMS customers and requests a DSCA report on administrative fee rates and account management.

Stefanik (NY), McEachin (VA)

#511

LATE REVISED Modifies federal hiring authority to make it easier to hire military spouses.

Stefanik (NY), Moulton (MA)

#512

LATE REVISED Requires foreign-owned media outlets based in the United States to submit a report to Congress and the FCC on the relationship of such outlet to the foreign principal, legal structure of that relationship, and funding source.

Stefanik (NY), Langevin (RI)

#516

LATE REVISED Establishes a National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI) to conduct a comprehensive and national-level review of advances in AI, machine learning, and associated technologies and make near-term, actionable recommendations to address our national security needs.

Stefanik (NY), Suozzi (NY), Hanabusa (HI), Cook (CA)

#553

LATE States that in section 4301 of division D, relating to environmental restoration, Navy increase the amount for environmental restoration, Navy, Line 80, by $25,747,000. In section 4301of division D, relating to administration and service wide activities, reduce the amount for Office of the Secretary of Defense, Line 290, by $25,747,000.

Suozzi (NY), Hanabusa (HI), Cook (CA)

#72

Expresses a sense of Congress encouraging DoD to accelerate, expedite and streamline environmental restoration efforts, reduce the financial burden on state and local governments and allay community concerns about the safety of drinking water. Directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations, and Environment to brief the Congressional Armed Services committees on initiatives being pursued to accelerate environmental restoration efforts.

Takano (CA)

#3

Creates demonstration project in the Air Force for 15-20 Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals.

Takano (CA)

#24

Prohibits proprietary educational institutions from using revenues derived from Military Tuition Assistance funds for advertising, marketing, and recruitment activities.

Taylor (VA)

#518

LATE REVISED Allows Defense Access Road program funds to be utilized to conduct construction and maintenance on highways affected by recurrent flooding and sea level rise.

Tenney (NY)

#4

Provides the Secretary with the ability to open certain fitness centers, located at geographically separated units, to retirees.

Tenney (NY), Poliquin (ME), Katko (NY), Lipinski (IL), Ryan, Tim (OH), Jones (NC)

#380

Reinstates the Berry Amendment's longstanding domestic sourcing requirement for stainless steel flatware and provides a one year phase-in period.

Thompson, Mike (CA)

#424

Provides for the Secretary of the Navy to conduct work necessitated by Naval remediation activities, to conduct mitigation work as necessary, and to report to Congress within 120 days the process by which the work and mitigation will be completed.

Thornberry (TX)

#167

Directs the Secretary of Defense to conduct a joint study with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on the impact wind farms have on weather radars and military operations.

Thornberry (TX)

#514

LATE REVISED Specifies the grade of officers serving as Attending Physician to the Congress and the grade of Chiefs of Chaplains.

Thornberry (TX)

#531

LATE States that the Secretary of Defense shall establish an innovators database within the Department of Defense. The database will focus on small business innovators that receive funds under the SBIR/SBTR programs.

Thornberry (TX)

#535

LATE Expresses a sense of Congress that design, manufacturing, and repair of the technology in unmanned ground vehicles is critical to national security.

Tipton (CO)

#6

REVISED Ensures that royalty payments from the Anvil Points fund that have been returned to Colorado do not impact the 2019 Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) disbursements for recipient counties.

Tipton (CO)

#41

Authorizes private cemeteries to request grave markers for veterans of World War I if any next of kin cannot be identified.

Torres (CA)

#264

REVISED Requires the Director of National Intelligence to conduct a review to determine whether firearms that were exported from the United States have been diverted to individuals or entities that are engaged in narcotics trafficking or terrorism.

Torres (CA)

#265

Requires the Secretary of Defense to produce a report regarding narcotics trafficking, corruption, and illicit campaign finance in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, which shall include the names of government officials who have engaged in such acts.

Torres (CA)

#267

Requires a national intelligence estimate on the total amount of funds used by the Russian Federation to influence electoral or judicial processes in the United States.

Torres (CA)

#269

Prohibits the Department of Defense in assisting the Department of Homeland Security, and subsequently the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, in carrying out deportation of designated spouses, parents, and sons and daughters of certain military personnel, veterans, and enlistees.

Torres (CA), Wagner (MO)

#270

Directs DNI, in coordination with the State Department, to produce a national intelligence estimate of the revenue sources of the North Korean regime.

Trott (MI), Bilirakis (FL), Speier (CA), Schiff (CA), Pallone (NJ), Valadao (CA), Eshoo (CA), Sherman (CA), Poe (TX), Smith, Christopher (NJ), Russell (OK), Coffman (CO), Chu (CA), Sarbanes (MD), Napolitano (CA), Clark, Katherine (MA), Costa (CA), Maloney, Carolyn (NY), Moolenaar (MI), Cicilline (RI), Engel (NY), McGovern (MA), Upton (MI), Bishop, Mike (MI), Gabbard (HI)

#271

Expresses the Sense of Congress that the lessons of past genocides should be applied to help prevent future war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide.

Tsongas (MA)

#99

REVISED Gives the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) authority to add Boron Fiber to the National Defense Stockpile.

Turner (OH)

#42

Strikes the reauthorization of the National Aviation Heritage Area (section 1076)

Veasey (TX), Lee, Barbara (CA), Gallego (AZ), Castro (TX), Aguilar (CA)

#466

Establishes a prohibition on deportation of family members of service members on active duty.

Veasey (TX), Lee, Barbara (CA), Gallego (AZ), Castro (TX), Aguilar (CA)

#468

Ensures that U.S. military service branches provide assistance for members of the Armed Forces who apply for naturalization.

Vela (TX)

#52

Requires the Department of Defense to report to Congress on the impact of violence and cartel activity in Mexico on US national security.

Velázquez (NY)

#50

Directs SBA to raise awareness and support business conversions to employee ownership through SBA entrepreneurial development and lending programs. Modernizes SBA’s 7(a) loan guarantee program to increase access to capital for employee owned small businesses and cooperatives.

Velázquez (NY), Norman (SC)

#413

Establishes an E-Commerce Portal Advisory Committee to advise the GSA Administrator with respect to the implementation of the e-commerce portal program established under section 846 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 (Public Law 115–91).

Velázquez (NY)

#417

Requires the Comptroller General of the United States to submit to the congressional defense committees a report containing a study of the immediate, long-term, and potential ongoing health effects of the live-fire training at Vieques Naval Training Range conducted by the Navy before 2002 and other activities of the armed forces on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico.

Velázquez (NY)

#418

Grants agencies the ability to double the value of the contract awarded to specified small business concerns for purposes of the small business prime contracting goal for a duration of four years after enactment of the legislation. There is also a reporting requirement to track the number and amount of contracts awarded to eligible firms.

Walorski (IN), Connolly (VA), Banks (IN), Graves (MO)

#384

Requires DOD to establish a job series for program and project managers and incorporate nationally-accredited program and project management standards department wide.

Walz (MN), Shea-Porter (NH)

#8

REVISED Directs the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency to submit to the Secretary of Defense and the HASC, HPSCI, HFAC, SASC, SSCI, and SCFR a report on the military training center and logistical capabilities of the Chinese and Russian armies.

Walz (MN), Palazzo (MS), Gabbard (HI)

#301

Equalizes pay and retirement benefits for all Reserve and National Guard servicemembers while deployed under 12304b authority.

Waters (CA), Moore, Gwen (WI), Perlmutter (CO), Green, Al (TX), Kildee (MI)

#317

Strikes the language that would allow for an additional, broader waiver to be inserted into Section 231 of CAATSA to make it easier to waive the application of sanctions against entities engaged in transactions with Russia’s defense and intelligence sectors.

Welch (VT), Jones (NC), Lee, Barbara (CA)

#214

Requires DOD to develop sustainment plans for the remaining Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund (AIF) projects that were first authorized in 2011 and to submit those plans to the relevant Congressional Committees to review.

Welch (VT), Cook (CA)

#215

Authorizes the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon program, which assists National Guard and Reservists families with assistance before, during, and after deployment, including outreach services for employment and financial counseling, suicide prevention, and housing advocacy.

Wilson, Joe (SC)

#5

Changes "shall" on page 467 to "should"

Wilson, Joe (SC), Hartzler (MO), Gallagher (WI)

#26

REVISED Requires an organization engaged in activities in furtherance of religious, scholastic, academic, scientific, or artistic to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act if the principal government is listed under the arms embargo list. Additionally, academic institutions would be required to disclose to the Secretary of Education if/when they enter into a contract with a foreign source.

Wilson, Joe (SC), Norcross (NJ), Hudson (NC), Peters, Scott (CA)

#31

Directs the Secretary of Defense to submit a report on developing a plan to site, construct, and operate at least one licensed micro-reactor at a critical national security facility by 2028.

Wittman (VA)

#268

Rectifies a clerical mistake by striking "2018" and inserting "2019" in regard to Maritime Administration authorization.

Wittman (VA)

#562

LATE Directs the Navy to conduct a study comparing of annual operation costs of homeporting various ship classes in fleet concentration areas worldwide and a comparison of the one-time and recurring costs and savings associated with maintaining current homeporting arrangements compared to the costs of future homeport shifts made to optimally align with Combatant Commander requirements.

Yarmuth (KY)

#209

REVISED Requires the Department of Defense to provide estimates of enduring costs funded with Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) funding as part of its budget submissions to Congress. This requirement is consistent with recommendations made by GAO.

Yoder (KS)

#560

LATE Adds Email Privacy Act

Yoho (FL)

#291

Directs the Secretary of Defense to carry out a priority equipment purchase program of Department of Defense farm equipment to eligible veteran farmers.

Yoho (FL)

#292

Modifications of freedom of navigation reporting requirements.

Yoho (FL)

#294

Reinstatements of reporting requirements with respect to United States-Hong Kong relations

Yoho (FL)

#296

Adds limitation on use of funds for provision of man-portable air defense systems to the vetted Syrian opposition

Yoho (FL)

#298

Exempts a business that produced products with military logos, slogans, and designs (other than the official seal of a military service branch) from being subject to the trademark licensing program of the Department of Defense for a product that was designed by that person before October 28, 2004. The exemption from the licensing program can be withdrawn if the person violates a code of conduct on product misuse as defined by the Secretary.

Young, Don (AK)

#1

Directs the SECDEF to expedite DoD compliance of requirements relating to reciprocity of security clearance and access determinations per Section 3001 of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004.

Young, Don (AK)

#2

Directs the SECDEF to engage with local indigenous communities for their traditional knowledge when developing Arctic survival curriculum.

Young, Don (AK), Larsen, Rick (WA)

#45

REVISED Directs the SECDEF to report on an updated Arctic Strategy to improve and enhance joint operations. The report shall also include an assessment of Russia’s aggressive buildup of military assets and infrastructure in the Arctic, as well as China’s efforts to influence Arctic policy.

Young, Don (AK)

#333

REVISED Calls for a sense of congress that the SECAF as part of the strategic basing process for the KC-46 should continue to place emphasis on and consider the benefits derived from locations outside the Continental U.S.

Young, Don (AK)

#335

REVISED Calls for a business case analysis on the establishment of an active or classic association and additional primary aircraft authorizations for the 168th Air Refueling Wing.

Zeldin (NY)

#552

LATE REVISED Creates a policy a cooperation with foreign countries that support the United States’ efforts to counter Iran’s destabilizing activities in the Middle East.