H.R.1473 - Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011

Making appropriations for the Department of Defense and the other departments and agencies of the Government for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and for other purposes. view all titles (22)

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  • Official: Making appropriations for the Department of Defense and the other departments and agencies of the Government for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and for other purposes. as introduced.
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04/15/11
 

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Representative

Harold Rogers

R-KY

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Result: Bill Passed - April 14, 2011

Roll call number 61 in the Senate

Question: On Passage of the Bill H.R. 1473

 

OpenCongress Summary

This is the spending bill negotiated behind-the-scenes by congressional leaders and the Obama Administration. It would keep the government funded until the end of the 2011 fiscal year while cutting $38 billion in spending authority below 2010 levels. The Congressional Budget Office estimates it will lead to an increase in outlays of $3.3 billion over 2010 levels. All federal departments besides the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs would face cuts under the bill. See the House Appropriations Committee for detailed summary info.
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Official Summary

Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011 - Division A: Department of Defense Appropriations, 2011 - Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2011- Title I: Military Personnel - Appropriates funds for FY2011 for active-duty and reserve personnel in the Army, N

Official Summary

Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011 - Division A: Department of Defense Appropriations, 2011 - Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2011- Title I: Military Personnel - Appropriates funds for FY2011 for active-duty and reserve personnel in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force (the military departments), and for National Guard personnel in the Army and Air Force. Title II: Operation and Maintenance - Appropriates funds for FY2011 for operation and maintenance (O&M) for the military departments, the defense agencies, the reserve components, and the Army and Air National Guard. Appropriates funds for:
(1) the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces;
(2) environmental restoration for the military departments, the Department of Defense (DOD), and at formerly used defense sites;
(3) overseas humanitarian, disaster, and civic aid;
(4) former Soviet Union threat reduction; and
(5) the Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund. Title III: Procurement - Appropriates funds for FY2011 for procurement by the Armed Forces of aircraft, missiles, weapons, tracked combat vehicles, ammunition, shipbuilding and conversion, and other procurement. Appropriates funds for:
(1) defense-wide procurement, and
(2) certain procurements under the Defense Production Act of 1950. Title IV: Research, Development, Test and Evaluation - Appropriates funds for FY2011 for research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) by the Armed Forces and defense agencies. Appropriates funds for the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation. Title V: Revolving and Management Funds - Appropriates funds for:
(1) the Defense Working Capital Funds, and
(2) programs under the National Defense Sealift Fund. Title VI: Other Department of Defense Programs - Appropriates funds for:
(1) the Defense Health Program;
(2) the destruction of lethal chemical agents and munitions;
(3) drug interdiction and counter-drug activities, defense; and
(4) the Office of the Inspector General. Title VII: Related Agencies - Appropriates funds for the:
(1) Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund, and
(2) Intelligence Community Management Account. Title VIII: General Provisions - Specifies authorized, restricted, and prohibited uses of authorized funds.

(Sec. 8007)

Requires a report from DOD to the defense committees to establish the baseline for application of FY2011 reprogramming and transfer authorities.

(Sec. 8010)

Allows for the use of procurement funds for a multiyear contract for Navy MH-60R/S helicopter systems.

(Sec. 8012)

Prohibits, during FY2011, the management by end strengths of DOD civilian personnel.

(Sec. 8022)

Authorizes DOD to incur obligations of up to $350 million for DOD military compensation, construction projects, and supplies and services in anticipation of receipts of contributions from the government of Kuwait.

(Sec. 8024)

Prohibits the use of funds from this Act to establish a new federally funded research and development center (FFRDC). Limits the federal compensation to be paid to FFRDC members or consultants. Prohibits the use of FY2011 funds for new building construction, cost-sharing payments for projects funded by government grants, absorption of contract overruns, or certain charitable contributions. Limits the staff years of technical effort that may be funded for FFRDCs from FY2010 funds. Reduces, by $125 million, the total amount appropriated in this Act for FFRDCs.

(Sec. 8025)

Provides Buy American requirements with respect to the DOD procurement of carbon, alloy, or armor steel plating.

(Sec. 8028)

Requires the Secretary of Defense (Secretary) to report to Congress on the amount of DOD purchases from foreign entities in FY2011.

(Sec. 8030)

Authorizes the Secretary of the Air Force to convey to Indian tribes located in Nevada, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Oregon, Minnesota, and Washington relocatable military housing units currently located at Grand Forks, Malmstrom, Mountain Home, Elllsworth, and Minot Air Force Bases that are excess to the needs of the Air Force. Requires the Operation Walking Shield Program to resolve any housing unit conflicts arising after such conveyance.

(Sec. 8036)

Prohibits the use of funds:
(1) by a DOD entity without compliance with the Buy American Act;
(2) to establish additional field operating agencies of DOD elements, except for those funded within the National Foreign Intelligence Program and Army agencies established to eliminate, mitigate, or counter the effects of improvised explosive devices, or to improve the effectiveness and efficiencies of biometric activities;
(3) for assistance to the Democratic People's Republic of North Korea, unless specifically appropriated for such purpose; and
(4) to reduce the civilian medical and medical support personnel assigned to military treatment facilities below the September 30, 2003, level.

(Sec. 8040)

Rescinds specified funds from various accounts under prior defense appropriations Acts.

(Sec. 8045)

Prohibits the transfer to any other department or agency, except as specifically provided in an appropriations law, of funds available to DOD or the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for drug interdiction or counter-drug activities.

(Sec. 8049)

Prohibits current fiscal year DOD funds from being obligated or expended to transfer to another nation or international organization defense articles or services for use in any United Nations (UN) peacekeeping or peace enforcement operation, or for any other international peacekeeping, peace enforcement, or humanitarian assistance operation, unless Congress is given 15 days' advance notice.

(Sec. 8056)

Prohibits funds from being used to approve or license the sale of the F-22 advanced tactical fighter to any foreign government.

(Sec. 8057)

Authorizes the Secretary, on a case-by-case basis, to waive limitations on the procurement of defense items from a foreign country if:
(1) the Secretary determines that such limitations would invalidate cooperative or reciprocal trade agreements for the procurement of defense items, and
(2) such country does not discriminate against the same or similar defense items procured in the United States for that country. Provides exceptions.

(Sec. 8058)

Prohibits the use of appropriated funds to support a unit of the security forces of a foreign country if credible information exists that such unit has committed a gross violation of human rights, unless all necessary corrective steps have been taken. Requires the monitoring of such information. Authorizes the Secretary to waive such prohibition under extraordinary circumstances (requiring a report to the defense committees on any such waiver).

(Sec. 8064)

Authorizes members of the National Guard performing full-time duty to support ground-based elements of the National Ballistic Missile Defense System.

(Sec. 8065)

Prohibits appropriated funds from being used to transfer to any nongovernmental entity specified armor-piercing ammunition, except to an entity performing demilitarization services for DOD.

(Sec. 8066)

Authorizes the Chief of the National Guard Bureau to waive payment for the lease of non-excess DOD personal property to certain, youth, social, or fraternal nonprofit organizations.

(Sec. 8071)

Appropriates funds to DOD for construction and furnishing of additional Fisher Houses for use by family members confronted with the illness or hospitalization of a military beneficiary.

(Sec. 8072)

Earmarks specified procurement and RDT&E funds for the Israeli Cooperative Programs (missile defense).

(Sec. 8077)

Requires the FY2012 budget to include separate budget justification documents for costs of U.S. Armed Forces' participation in contingency operations for the military personnel, O&M, and procurement accounts.

(Sec. 8078)

Prohibits funds from being used for RDT&E, procurement, or deployment of nuclear armed interceptors of a missile defense system.

(Sec. 8079)

Appropriates funds to DOD for four specified grants by the Secretary.

(Sec. 8081)

Prohibits the availability of funds for integration of foreign intelligence information unless such information has been lawfully collected and processed during the conduct of authorized foreign intelligence activities.

(Sec. 8082)

Requires reserve members called or ordered to active duty in time of national emergency to be notified in writing of their expected mobilization period. Allows the Secretary to waive such requirement in order to respond to a national security emergency or to meet dire operational requirements.

(Sec. 8087)

Earmarks specified Navy O&M funds for the Asia Pacific Regional Initiative Program for enabling the Pacific Command to execute Theater Security Cooperation activities such as humanitarian assistance, and the payment of incremental and personnel costs of training and exercising with foreign security forces.

(Sec. 8092)

Directs the Secretary to create a major force program category for space for each DOD future-years defense program submitted during FY2011.

(Sec. 8093)

Requires the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to report to the intelligence committees to establish the baseline for application of reprogramming and transfer authorities for FY2011. Prohibits funds provided for the National Intelligence Program from being available for reprogramming or transfer until the report is submitted, unless the DNI certifies to such committees that the reprogramming or transfer is necessary as an emergency requirement.

(Sec. 8094)

Directs the DNI to submit annually to Congress a future-years intelligence program reflecting estimated expenditures and proposed appropriations included in the President's budget.

(Sec. 8096)

Requires DOD to continue to report incremental contingency operations costs for Operations New Dawn and Enduring Freedom on a monthly basis.

(Sec. 8097)

Reduces by $1.983 billion the amount appropriated for O&M, to reflect excess cash balances in DOD Working Capital Funds.

(Sec. 8099)

Makes specified Intelligence Community Management Account funds available for transfer by the DNI to other departments and agencies for government-wide information sharing activities.

(Sec. 8100)

Makes O&M funds available for remittances to the Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund.

(Sec. 8101)

Requires any agency receiving funds appropriated under this Act to post on its public website any report required to be submitted to Congress in this or any other Act, upon the determination by such agency head that it shall serve the national interest. Provides exceptions when posting the report would compromise national security or for reports containing proprietary information.

(Sec. 8102)

Provides specific requirements on the use of this Act's funds for any federal contract in excess of $1 million with respect to contractor resolution of claims under title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Allows the Secretary to waive such requirements to avoid harm to national security.

(Sec. 8103)

Provides specific limitations on the use of funds from this Act or otherwise available to DOD to begin or announce a competition to award to a contractor, or convert to contractor performance, any functions performed by federal employees pursuant to a study conducted under Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-76. Provides an exception.

(Sec. 8104)

Prohibits the use of National Intelligence Program funds from this Act for a mission critical or mission essential business management information technology system not registered with the DNI. Requires the Director of the Business Transformation Office to report semiannually to the intelligence committees on the results of the Business Transformation Investment Review Board's activities, including certification of compliance with specified procedures prior to a system's approval.

(Sec. 8106)

Appropriates funds to the Tanker Replacement Transfer Fund for a tanker acquisition program. Requires reports from the Secretary of the Air Force to the defense committees on the use of funds transferred for such purpose.

(Sec. 8107)

Earmarks specified O&M funds for operations of the integrated Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center in Chicago, Illinois.

(Sec. 8108)

Requires a report from the Secretaries of the military departments and the Directors of the defense agencies and field activities on their plan for documenting the number of full-time contractor employees necessary for tracking DOD purchases of services in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold.

(Sec. 8109)

Appropriates funds:
(1) to construct, renovate, repair, or expand elementary and secondary public schools on military installations in order to address capacity or facility condition deficiencies; and
(2) for transportation infrastructure improvements associated with medical facilities related to recommendations of the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission.

(Sec. 8111)

Amends the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 to increase from one to two years after implementing rules take effect the authorized period for filing claims for retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation.

(Sec. 8112)

Prohibits the DNI from employing more Senior Executive employees than that specified in the classified annex.

(Sec. 8113)

Directs the Secretary, for all major defense acquisition programs proceeding to source selection during FY2011, to assess the winning bidder to determine whether the proposed costs are realistic and reasonable in relation to proposed development and production costs.

(Sec. 8114)

Requires the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment to conduct energy security pilot projects at DOD facilities.

(Sec. 8116)

Directs the Secretary, the Chief of the Air Force, and the Director of the National Guard Bureau to report to Congress on firefighting aviation assets.

(Sec. 8117)

Reduces by $532 million the amount appropriated for O&M, to reflect savings from revised economic assumptions.

(Sec. 8118)

Reduces by $723 million the amount available for DOD civilian personnel pay in FY2011.

(Sec. 8119)

Provides specific requirements prior to the use of DOD funds for the disestablishment, closure, or realignment of the Joint Forces Command. Title IX: Overseas Contingency Operations - Appropriates funds for FY2011 for overseas contingency operations directly related to the global war on terrorism, specifically for:
(1) military personnel;
(2) O&M;
(3) the Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund;
(4) the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund;
(5) the Iraq Security Forces Fund;
(6) the Pakistan Counterinsurgency Fund;
(7) procurement, including National Guard and Reserve equipment;
(8) the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Fund;
(9) RDT&E;
(10) Defense Working Capital Funds;
(11) the Defense Health Program;
(12) drug interdiction and counter-drug activities;
(13) the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund; and
(14) the Office of the Inspector General.

(Sec. 9002)

Authorizes the Secretary, if it is determined to be in the national interest, to transfer up to $4 billion of the amounts made available to DOD in this title between any such authorizations for that fiscal year, with the exception of the Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund. Requires prompt congressional notification of each transfer.

(Sec. 9004)

Authorizes the Secretary to use funds appropriated in this title to purchase motor vehicles for use by military and civilian DOD employees in Iraq and Afghanistan, with a limit of $75,000 per passenger vehicle and $250,000 per each heavy or light armored vehicle.

(Sec. 9005)

Authorizes the use of up to $500 million to fund the Commander's Emergency Response Program (urgent humanitarian relief and reconstruction assistance in Iraq and Afghanistan).

(Sec. 9006)

Allows funds to be used to provide supplies, services, transportation, and other logistical support to coalition forces supporting military and stability operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Requires quarterly reports from the Secretary to the defense committees regarding such support.

(Sec. 9007)

Prohibits any funds from being obligated or expended to:
(1) establish any military installation or base for providing for the permanent stationing of U.S. Armed Forces in Iraq or Afghanistan, or
(2) exercise U.S. control over any oil resource of Iraq.

(Sec. 9008)

Prohibits funds from being used in contravention of specified laws enacted or regulations promulgated to implement the United Nations Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

(Sec. 9009)

Requires the Secretary to report quarterly to the defense committees on the proposed use of all funds appropriated to the Iraq Security Forces Fund, Afghanistan Security Forces Fund, Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund, and Pakistan Counterinsurgency Fund.

(Sec. 9012)

Directs the Task Force for Business and Stability Operations in Afghanistan to carry out projects in FY2011 to assist the commander of the U.S. Central Command in developing a link between U.S. military operations in Afghanistan under Operation Enduring Freedom and the economic elements of U.S. national power in order to reduce violence, enhance stability, and restore economic normalcy in Afghanistan through strategic business and economic opportunities.

(Sec. 9013)

Requires a report from the Secretary to the defense committees on contractor employees in the U.S. Central Command.

(Sec. 9014)

Earmarks specified O&M funds to support U.S. government transition activities in Iraq by undertaking facilities renovation and construction associated with establishing Office of Security Cooperation locations, at up to four sites. Requires notification from the Secretary to the defense committees with respect to each proposed site and its funding source. Division B: Full-Year Continuing Appropriations, 2011 - Makes continuing appropriations for FY2011. Title I: General Provisions -

(Sec. 1101)

Appropriates FY2011 amounts at the FY2010 level for such continuing operations, projects, or activities as were conducted in FY2010 and for which appropriations, funds, or other authority were made available in:
(1) the Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010;
(2) the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010;
(3) the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2010;
(4) the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010;
(5) the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2010;
(6) the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010; and
(7) chapter 1 of title I of the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2010, addressing guaranteed loans in the rural housing insurance fund. Provides that this appropriated level shall be the amount appropriated in such appropriations Acts, including transfers and obligation limitations, except for amounts previously designated as emergency requirements and necessary to meet emergency needs pursuant to S.Con.Res. 13, 111th Congress (FY2010 budget resolution). Requires this level to be calculated without regard to any rescission or cancellation of funds or contract authority.

(Sec. 1106)

Continues through FY2011 appropriations and funds made available and authority granted pursuant to this division, unless otherwise provided for in it or in the applicable appropriations Act.

(Sec. 1109)

Continues funding at the FY2010 level for entitlements and other mandatory payments whose budget authority was provided in appropriations Acts for FY2010, and for activities under the Food and Nutrition Act of 2008. Makes appropriations for the following accounts for advance payments for the first quarter of FY2012:
(1) Special Benefits for Disabled Coal Miners,
(2) Grants to States for Medicaid,
(3) Payments to States for Child Support Enforcement and Family Support Programs,
(4) Payments to States for Foster Care and Permanency, and
(5) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Program.

(Sec. 1110)

Designates as being for contingency operations directly related to the global war on terrorism pursuant to H.Res. 5 (112th Congress), and as emergency requirements pursuant to S.Con.Res. 13 (111th Congress) (FY2010 budget resolution), certain amounts incorporated by reference in this division that were previously designated as available for overseas deployments and other activities pursuant to such budget resolution.

(Sec. 1111)

Denies legal effect to any language specifying an earmark in an FY2010 appropriations Act, or in a committee report or joint explanatory statement accompanying such an Act, with respect to funds appropriated by this division.

(Sec. 1112)

Prohibits the use of any funds to transfer, release, or assist in the transfer of, or release to or within the United States, its territories, or possessions of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed or any other detainee who:
(1) is not a U.S. citizen or a member of the U.S. Armed Forces; and
(2) is or was held by DOD on or after June 24, 2009, at the U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

(Sec. 1113)

Prohibits the use of any funds to transfer any Guantanamo detainee to the custody or effective control of the individual's country of origin, or any other foreign country or entity, unless the DOD Secretary (Secretary in this section), with the concurrence of the Secretary of State, certifies to Congress that the government of the foreign country or the recognized leadership of the foreign entity to which such individual is to be transferred meets specified requirements. Excludes from such prohibition the Secretary's actions taken to transfer such detainees to effectuate a U.S. court order affecting the individual's disposition. Imposes such a prohibition, also, if there is a confirmed case that any Guantanamo detainee at any time after September 11, 2001, was transferred to a foreign country or entity and subsequently engaged in terrorist activity. Authorizes the Secretary to waive the prohibition if such a transfer is in the U.S. national security interests.

(Sec. 1114)

Bars the use of funds to construct or modify any facility in the United States, its territories, or possessions to house specified individuals for detention or imprisonment in DOD custody or under its effective control. Exempts from this prohibition any modifications of facilities at Guantanamo.

(Sec. 1115)

Continues through FY2011 the Secretary of State's authority to collect a surcharge on applicable fees for each passport application.

(Sec. 1116)

Extends through FY2011 the authority to use appropriated funds to pay recruitment, relocation, and retention bonuses to members of the Foreign Service, other than chiefs of mission and ambassadors at large, who are on official duty in Iraq, Afghanistan, or Pakistan. Continues through FY2011 the Secretary of State's authority to waive required annuity limitations for reemployed:
(1) retired Foreign Service or Civil Service employees who serve in such countries, and
(2) annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) or the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) who serve in certain positions in the Department of State. Extends through FY2011 the authority of the Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to waive annuity and pay on reemployment requirements for certain CSRS and FERS annuitants reemployed in specified USAID positions, particularly in Iraq, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, for which there is exceptional difficulty in recruiting or retaining a qualified employee, or when a temporary emergency hiring need exists.

(Sec. 1117)

Continues through FY2011 the United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.

(Sec. 1118)

Provides advance appropriations in the same amount for FY2012 or FY2013, respectively, with a comparable period of availability, for any discretionary account for which advance appropriations were provided for FY2011 or FY2012 in an appropriations Act for FY2010, in addition to amounts otherwise made available by this Act.

(Sec. 1119)

Rescinds 0.2% of the budget authority provided:
(1) for FY2011 for any discretionary account of this division, and
(2) in any advance appropriation for FY2011 for any discretionary account in any prior fiscal year appropriation Act. Excludes from such rescission discretionary authority appropriated or otherwise made available by:
(1) division A of this Act, or
(2) division B of this Act and designated as being for contingency operations directly related to the global war on terrorism pursuant to H. Res. 5 (112th Congress) and as an emergency requirement pursuant to S. Con. Res. 13 (111th Congress) (FY2010 budget resolution). Requires the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to report to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations specifying the account and amount of each such rescission. Title II: Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 1201)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture (USDA).

(Sec. 1202)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of Tribal Relations.

(Sec. 1203)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of the Chief Economist.

(Sec. 1204)

Decreases appropriations for the National Appeals Division.

(Sec. 1205)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of Homeland Security.

(Sec. 1206)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of Advocacy and Outreach.

(Sec. 1207)

Decreases appropriations for the the Chief Information Officer.

(Sec. 1208)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.

(Sec. 1209)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of Civil Rights.

(Sec. 1210)

Decreases appropriations for agriculture buildings and facilities, and rental payments.

(Sec. 1211)

Decreases appropriations for hazardous materials management.

(Sec. 1212)

Decreases appropriations for departmental administration.

(Sec. 1213)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations.

(Sec. 1214)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of Communications.

(Sec. 1215)

Decreases appropriations for the Office the General Counsel.

(Sec. 1216)

Decreases appropriations for the Economic Research Service.

(Sec. 1217)

Decreases appropriations for the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

(Sec. 1218)

Decreases appropriations for the National Agricultural Research Service, salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1219)

Eliminates appropriations for the National Agricultural Research Service, buildings and facilities.

(Sec. 1220)

Decreases appropriations for the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, research and education.

(Sec. 1221)

Decreases appropriations for the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, extension activities.

(Sec. 1222)

Decreases appropriations for the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, integrated activities. Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) the Food Quality Protection Act risk mitigation program for major food crop systems,
(2) the crops affected by Food Quality Protection Act implementation, and
(3) the critical issues program.

(Sec. 1223)

Decreases appropriations for the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, salaries and expenditures.

(Sec. 1224)

Decreases appropriations for the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, buildings and facilities.

(Sec. 1225)

Decreases appropriations for the the Agricultural Marketing Service, marketing services.

(Sec. 1226)

Decreases appropriations for the Agricultural Marketing Service, administrative expenses.

(Sec. 1227)

Eliminates appropriations for the Agricultural Marketing Service, funds for strengthening markets, income, and supply.

(Sec. 1228)

Decreases appropriations for the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration, salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1229)

Increases appropriations for the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration, inspection and weighing services.

(Sec. 1230)

Decreases appropriations for the Food Safety and Inspection Service.

(Sec. 1231)

Decreases appropriations for the Farm Service Agency, salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1232)

Decreases appropriations for the Farm Service Agency, state mediation grants.

(Sec. 1233)

Decreases appropriations for the Farm Service Agency, grassroots source water protection program.

(Sec. 1234)

Decreases appropriations for the Farm Service Agency, agricultural credit insurance program account and sets forth specified funding reductions and increases within such account. Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) conservation loans, and
(2) Indian highly fractionated land loans.

(Sec. 1235)

Decreases appropriations for the Risk Management Agency.

(Sec. 1236)

Decreases appropriations for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, conservation operations.

(Sec. 1237)

Eliminates appropriations for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, watershed and flood prevention operations.

(Sec. 1238)

Decreases appropriations for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, watershed rehabilitation program.

(Sec. 1239)

Eliminates appropriations for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, resource conservation and development.

(Sec. 1240)

Decreases appropriations for rural development programs, salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1241)

Sets forth specified funding reductions and increases for the Rural Housing Service, rural housing insurance fund program account.

(Sec. 1242)

Appropriates specified funds for the Rural Housing Service, rural housing insurance fund program account. Increases appropriations set aside for direct rural housing loans and eliminates appropriations set aside for unsubsidized rural housing guaranteed loans.

(Sec. 1243)

Increases appropriations for Rural Housing Service, rural housing insurance fund program account, rental housing repair, rehabilitation, and new construction.

(Sec. 1244)

Increases appropriations for Rural Housing Service, rural housing insurance fund program account, multifamily housing guaranteed loans.

(Sec. 1245)

Appropriates funds for self-help housing land development loans and for site development loans.

(Sec. 1246)

Decreases appropriations for Rural Housing Service, rural housing insurance fund program account, administrative expenses.

(Sec. 1247)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Housing Service, rental assistance program. Eliminates appropriations set aside for debt forgiveness or payments for eligible households.

(Sec. 1248)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Housing Service, multifamily housing revitalization program account.

(Sec. 1249)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Housing Service, mutual and self-help housing grants.

(Sec. 1250)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Housing Service, rural housing assistance grants. Eliminates appropriations set aside for grants to improve supply, stability, safety, and training of the agricultural labor force.

(Sec. 1251)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Housing Service, rural community facilities program account.

(Sec. 1252)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, rural business program account.

(Sec. 1253)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, rural development loan fund program account, direct loans.

(Sec. 1254)

States that specified amounts from the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, rural economic development loans program account shall:
(1) not be obligated, and
(2) are rescinded.

(Sec. 1255)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, rural cooperative development grants. Eliminates appropriations set aside for:
(1) a cooperative research agreement with an academic institution to conduct research on the national economic impact of all types of cooperatives, and
(2) cooperative agreements for the appropriate technology transfer for rural areas program.

(Sec. 1256)

Eliminates appropriations for the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, rural microenterprise investment program account.

(Sec. 1257)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, rural energy for America program.

(Sec. 1258)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Utilities Service, rural water and waste disposal program account.

(Sec. 1259)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Utilities Service, rural electrification and telecommunications, for guaranteed underwriting loans. Prohibits issuance of such loans until the Secretary certifies to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees that certain requirements under the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 1968 are met.

(Sec. 1260)

Decreases appropriations for administrative expenses for the Rural Utilities Service rural electrification and telecommunications direct and guaranteed loan programs.

(Sec. 1261)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Utilities Service, distance learning, telemedicine, and broadband program for the cost of grants for telemedicine and distance learning services in rural areas.

(Sec. 1262)

Decreases appropriations for the Rural Utilities Service, distance learning, telemedicine, and broadband program, for certain:
(1) broadband telecommunications loans under the Rural Electrification Act, and
(2) broadband transmission in rural areas eligible for Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program benefits.

(Sec. 1263)

Eliminates appropriations from the child nutrition programs set aside for:
(1) the school community garden pilot program, and
(2) the hunger-free communities collaborative grant program and the hunger-free communities infrastructure grant program. Eliminates amounts for child nutrition programs to be derived by transfer from certain FY2009 unobligated and unavailable balances under the Act of August 24, 1935.

(Sec. 1264)

Decreases appropriations for the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children (WIC).

(Sec. 1265)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) disaster assistance,
(2) the commodity supplemental food program,
(3) emergency food assistance,
(4) assistance for nuclear affected islands, and
(5) the farmers' market nutrition program. Obligates specified funds for the commodity supplemental food program. Eliminates appropriations set aside for emergency food program infrastructure grants.

(Sec. 1266)

Increases appropriations for the Foreign Agricultural Service, salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1267)

Decreases appropriations for the Foreign Agricultural Service, food for peace title II grants.

(Sec. 1268)

Decreases appropriations for the Foreign Agricultural Service, McGovern-Dole international food for education and child nutrition program grants.

(Sec. 1269)

Increases appropriations for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), salaries and expenses. Increases appropriations for:
(1) the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition,
(2) the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research,
(3) the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research,
(4) the Center for Veterinary Medicine,
(5) the Center for Devices and Radiological Health,
(6) the National Center for Toxicological Research,
(7) the Center for Tobacco Products,
(8) rent and related activities,
(9) payments to the General Services Administration (GSA) for rent, and
(10) other activities.

(Sec. 1270)

Decreases appropriations for FDA buildings and facilities.

(Sec. 1271)

Increases the appropriations limitation for Farm Credit Administration administrative expenses (from farm credit institution assessments).

(Sec. 1272)

Makes the following set-asides included in the Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010 (P.L. 111-80) inapplicable to funds appropriated by this division:
(1) Agricultural Research Service;
(2) National Institute of Food and Agriculture, research and education activities;
(3) National Institute of Food and Agriculture, extension activities;
(4) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; and
(5) Natural Resources Conservation Service.

(Sec. 1273)

Makes the following provisos included in P.L. 111-80 inapplicable to funds appropriated by this division:
(1) rental shortfalls;
(2) agricultural research and extension stabilization and reconstruction;
(3) transfer of ownership related to the Natural Resources Conservation Service facilities located in Medicine Bow, Wyoming, to the Medicine Bow Conservation District;
(4) water system funds for rural and Native villages in Alaska;
(5) commodity supplemental food program assistance in seven additional USDA-approved states; and
(6) McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition program pilot projects to field test micronutrient fortified food products.

(Sec. 1274)

Eliminates specified appropriations for:
(1) a certain construction grant to the National Center for Natural Products Research;
(2) construction and interim operations for establishment of an agricultural pest facility in Hawaii;
(3) the hunger fellowship program (Congressional Hunger Fellows Act of 2002); and
(4) a grant to the Kansas Farm Bureau Foundation for work-force initiatives to address rural out-migration. Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) grants to the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection and a grant to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Foods, and Markets;
(2) development of a prototype for a national carbon inventory and accounting system for forestry and agriculture;
(3) the International Food Protection Training Institute; and
(4) the Center for Foodborne Illness Research and Prevention.

(Sec. 1275)

Eliminates appropriations for the durum wheat quality program. Decreases appropriations for transportation reimbursement for geographically disadvantaged farmers.

(Sec. 1276)

Makes specified provisions of P.L. 111-80 inapplicable for FY2011.

(Sec. 1277)

States that specified provisions of P.L. 111-80 authorizing or requiring certain actions that have been performed before the date of the enactment of this division need not reoccur.

(Sec. 1278)

Makes certain FY2005 appropriations for rural broadband telecommunication loans available until expended to disburse FY2005-FY2007 obligations.

(Sec. 1279)

States that with regard to certain programs established or amended by the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008, or programs for which indefinite amounts were provided in such Act to be carried out using Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) funds:
(1) such funds shall be available for salaries and administrative expenses without regard to certain allotment and fund transfer limits, and
(2) the use of such funds shall not be considered to be a fund transfer or allotment for purposes of applying such limits.

(Sec. 1280)

States that with respect to any loan or loan guarantee program administered by the Secretary that has a negative credit subsidy score for FY2011 the program level for the loan or loan guarantee program, for purposes of the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990, shall be the FY2010 program level.

(Sec. 1281)

Increases appropriations for certain environmental quality incentives programs.

(Sec. 1282)

Increases amounts rescinded for training and education programs under the supplemental nutrition assistance program (formerly known as the food stamp program).

(Sec. 1283)

Substitutes 2010, 2011, and 2012 for 2009, 2010, and 2011, respectively, in specified provisos of PL 111-80.

(Sec. 1284)

Prohibits funds from being used to enroll more than 202,218 acres in the wetlands reserve program for FY2011.

(Sec. 1285)

Limits funding for the conservation stewardship program.

(Sec. 1286)

Prohibits funds from being used to pay for salaries and expenses for the program providing financial assistance to a local organization for rehabilitation of structural measures built as part of a covered water resource project. Rescinds specified funds for FY2011.

(Sec. 1287)

Increases funds available in FY2011 to be transferred under the Act of August 24, 1935, to carry out the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act by reducing the maximum amount that triggers such transfer.

(Sec. 1288)

Limits funding for the biomass crop assistance program.

(Sec. 1289)

Rescinds specified funds for the Agricultural Research Service, buildings and facilities.

(Sec. 1290)

Rescinds specified funds for broadband loans.

(Sec. 1291)

Prohibits funds under this Act from being used for nonrecourse marketing loans for mohair.

(Sec. 1292)

Rescinds specified funds for:
(1) the outreach for socially disadvantaged farmers account;
(2) the rural community advancement program;
(3) the payments to states program;
(4) the common computing environment account;
(5) agriculture buildings and facilities and rental payments;
(6) the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, buildings and facilities account; and
(7) the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, salaries and expenses account.

(Sec. 1293)

Rescinds specified funds for the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, buildings and facilities.

(Sec. 1294)

Rescinds specified funds for:
(1) the wildlife habitat incentives program,
(2) the Water Bank Act program, and
(3) the wetlands reserve program.

(Sec. 1295)

Rescinds specified funds for rural broadband grants for distance learning and telemedicine.

(Sec. 1296)

Cancels permanently specified funds for the export credit guarantee program.

(Sec. 1297)

Prohibits funds from being used to provide a performance-based premium discount in the crop insurance program.

(Sec. 1298)

Decreases appropriations to the Farm Service Agency for a pilot program to demonstrate the use of new technologies that increase the rate of growth of reforested hardwood trees on private non-industrial forest lands, enrolling lands on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Title III: Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 1301)

Decreases Department of Commerce appropriations for:
(1) the International Trade Administration for operations and administration,
(2) the Economic Development Administration for economic development assistance programs,
(3) the Minority Business Development Agency for minority business development,
(4) the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for scientific and technical research and services, and
(5) the Bureau of Census for periodic censuses and programs.

(Sec. 1304)

Increases appropriations for:
(1) the National Telecommunications and Information Administration for salaries and expenses, and
(2) NIST for industrial technology services.

(Sec. 1307)

Decreases Department of Justice (DOJ) appropriations for:
(1) the National Drug Intelligence Center,
(2) justice information and sharing technology and tactical law enforcement wireless communications,
(3) salaries and expenses for general legal activities,
(4) the U.S. Marshals Service for construction, and
(5) the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for construction.

(Sec. 1310)

Increases appropriations for:
(1) the Federal Detention Trustee,
(2) FBI salaries and expenses, and
(3) the Federal Prison System for salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1316)

Decreases appropriations for the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

(Sec. 1317)

Decreases appropriations for the National Science Foundation (NSF) for:
(1) research and related activities, and
(2) education and human resources.

(Sec. 1320)

Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) the Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, for public telecommunications facilities, planning and construction;
(2) DOJ, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) for construction; and
(3) DOJ, Office of Justice programs, Weed and Seed Program Fund.

(Sec. 1321)

Eliminates set-asides for projects in the following accounts:
(1) Department of Commerce accounts for the International Trade Administration for operations and administration, the Minority Business Development Agency for minority business development, NIST for scientific and technical research and services and for construction of research facilities, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for operations, research, and facilities and for procurement, acquisition, and construction;
(2) DOJ accounts for Office of Justice Programs for state and local law enforcement assistance and for juvenile justice programs and for the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) program; and
(3) the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) account for cross agency support.

(Sec. 1322)

Requires the Department of Commerce, DOJ, NASA, and NSF to submit spending plans to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations within 60 days of the enactment of this Act.

(Sec. 1323)

Eliminates the set-aside for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for policy studies related to activities of United Nations Specialized Agencies related to international protection of intellectual property rights.

(Sec. 1324)

Allocates a specified amount of funds appropriated under this Act to the Department of Commerce for NIST industrial technology services to the Technology Innovation Program and for the Manufacturing Extension Partnership Program.

(Sec. 1325)

Decreases appropriations for construction of research facilities for NIST. Eliminates a set-aside for NIST for construction of research science buildings and other projects.

(Sec. 1326)

Decreases appropriations for NOAA operations, research, and facilities and for NOAA procurement, acquisition, and construction. Eliminates set-asides for specified NOAA projects.

(Sec. 1328)

Decreases Department of Commerce appropriations for the Herbert C. Hoover Building renovation and modernization.

(Sec. 1329)

Increases appropriations for USPTO salaries and expenses. Requires a full offset of such appropriations in FY2011 from the collection by USPTO of trademark, patent, and other fees.

(Sec. 1330)

Decreases DOJ appropriations for:
(1) state and local law enforcement activities, salaries and expenses; and
(2) Office of Justice programs for state and local law enforcement assistance, juvenile justice programs and the COPS program.

(Sec. 1332)

Eliminates appropriations for offender incarceration on tribal lands.

(Sec. 1333)

Increases NASA appropriations for exploration, science, and aeronautics.

(Sec. 1334)

Decreases NASA appropriations for space operations, education, cross agency support, and construction and environmental compliance and remediation. Eliminates set-asides to support science, exploration, and space operations research and development activities and cross agency support activities.

(Sec. 1340)

Prohibits the use of appropriated funds by NASA or the Office of Science and Technology Policy to:
(1) engage in certain activities with China or any Chinese-owned company unless such activities are specifically authorized by law, and
(2) host official Chinese visitors at NASA facilities.

(Sec. 1341)

Decreases appropriations for payments to the Legal Services Corporation in FY2011.

(Sec. 1342)

Prohibits the creation or initiation of a new federal program, project, or activity with a reprogramming of funds unless the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations are notified 15 days in advance of such reprogramming.

(Sec. 1343)

Rescinds unobligated funds for the DOJ Office of Justice Programs, the COPS program, the Assets Forfeiture Fund, the Working Capital Fund, the Bureau of Census for the Census Working Capital Fund, and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration for reimbursable spectrum management activities.

(Sec. 1347)

Allows administrative costs of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund to be paid from such Fund beginning in FY2012.

(Sec. 1348)

Prohibits the use of funds to implement, establish or create a certain NOAA Climate Service until the end of FY2011.

(Sec. 1349)

Prohibits the use of funds to approve a new limited access privilege program, as defined by the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, for any fishery under the jurisdiction of the South Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, New England, or Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Councils in FY2011. Title IV: Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 1401)

Prohibits the use of funds under this Act for specified Army Corps of Engineers-Civil projects in California, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, and certain activities associated with the Mississippi River and tributaries, and Grand Prairie, Arkansas.

(Sec. 1403)

Prohibits the use of funds under this Act for specified projects conducted by the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Water and Related Resources regarding:
(1) the San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund (California),
(2) the Milk River Project (Montana), and
(3) the Departmental Irrigation Drainage program.

(Sec. 1404)

Prohibits the use of funds under this Act for projects conducted by the Department of Energy (DOE), Energy Programs in connection with:
(1) energy efficiency and renewable energy,
(2) electricity delivery and energy reliability,
(3) nuclear energy,
(4) fossil energy research and development,
(5) science activities,
(6) creation of a Blue Ribbon Commission pertaining to nuclear waste disposal,
(7) weapons activities of the National Nuclear Security Administration, and
(8) defense nuclear nonproliferation.

(Sec. 1412)

Prohibits the use of funds under this Act for specified activities of:
(1) Office of the Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration,
(2) congressionally-directed defense environmental cleanup projects, and
(3) congressionally-directed other defense activities projects.

(Sec. 1415)

Prohibits the use of funds under this Act for environmental remediation by the Western Area Power Administration at the Basic Substation site, Henderson, Nevada.

(Sec. 1416)

Prohibits the use of funds under this Act, among other specified projects, for:
(1) a pilot program to provide environmental assistance to nonfederal interests in northern Wisconsin;
(2) acquisition of certain flood-damaged properties near Martin, Kentucky;
(3) a pilot program to provide environmental assistance to nonfederal interests in Mississippi;
(4) the project for flood control, Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek, Sioux Falls, South Dakota;
(5) environmental assistance to non-federal interests in rural Nevada and Montana;
(6) specified flood damage reduction projects in Iowa and Minnesota;
(7) projects for storm damage prevention and reduction, coastal erosion, and ice and glacial damage in Alaska;
(8) the flood control project in West Sacramento, California;
(9) the federal share of the cost of the Ten Mile Creek Water Preserve Area (Florida);
(10) reimbursement of the nonfederal sponsor for dredging work in the Tampa Harbor Big Bend Channel project;
(11) construction of the trail system authorized for the J. Percy Priest Dam and Reservoir, Tennessee;
(12) extension through FY2013 of certain cabin leases in the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (Montana);
(13) a specified storm damage reduction project in Hawaii;
(14) land acquisition for the Dam Safety Seismic Remediation project at Success Dam on the Tule River in California;
(15) authorization of appropriations through FY2015 to the Bureau of Reclamation of the Department of the Interior for the Assiniboine and Sioux Rural Water System and the Dry Prairie Rural Water System (Montana);
(16) the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation;
(17) the Walker Basin Restoration Program (Nevada);
(18) operations of the North Dakota Natural Resources Trust;
(19) authorization of appropriations through FY2014 for the Calfed Bay-Delta Authorization Act;
(20) a transfer of water between certain contractors in the Central Valley Project (California);
(21) federal purchases of light bulbs that are either Energy Star qualified or have the Federal Energy Management Program designation; and
(22) the requirement for a full and open competition for the award of certain projects considered congressional earmarks.

(Sec. 1417)

Makes appropriations for the DOE Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E).

(Sec. 1418)

Prohibits the Corps of Engineers, Civil, without prior approval from congressional appropriations committees, from using funds or authority to initiate or resume any program, project, or activity that has not been funded by Congress.

(Sec. 1419)

Reduces funding levels for:
(1) the Appalachian Regional Commission,
(2) the Delta Regional Authority,
(3) the Denali Commission, and
(4) the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board.

(Sec. 1423)

Reduces appropriations for salaries and expenses of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Denies funding to support university research and development and a Nuclear Science and Engineering Grant Program.

(Sec. 1424)

Declares inapplicable to funds appropriated by this Act the 10% limitation on the use for administrative expenses of funds made available in any fiscal year to the Southeast Crescent, Southwest Border, and Northern Border Regional Commissions charged with regional economic and infrastructure development.

(Sec. 1425)

Prohibits certain loan guarantee commitments for renewable energy or efficient end-use energy technologies from exceeding a total principal amount of $1.183 billion. Makes appropriations for the for the costs of such loan guarantees.

(Sec. 1426)

Rescinds certain unobligated balances available to the Corps of Engineers–Civil, Department of the Army, for the Yazoo Basin, Backwater Pump, Mississippi, project.

(Sec. 1427)

Reduces funding levels for the Corps of Engineers–Civil, Department of the Army for:
(1) investigations,
(2) construction,
(3) the Mississippi River and tributaries,
(4) operation and maintenance, and
(5) the formerly utilized (atomic energy program) sites remedial action program.

(Sec. 1432)

Reduces funding to the Department of the Interior for:
(1) the Central Utah Project Completion Account, and
(2) the Bureau of Reclamation for water and related resources.

(Sec. 1434)

Increases funding to the Bureau of Reclamation for the Central Valley Project Restoration Fund.

(Sec. 1435)

Reduces funding to the Department of Energy (DOE) for:
(1) energy efficiency and renewable energy,
(2) electricity delivery and energy reliability,
(3) nuclear energy,
(4) fossil energy research and development,
(5) naval petroleum and oil shale reserves (with specified rescissions),
(6) Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR),
(7) the Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve, and
(8) the Energy Information Administration.

(Sec. 1443)

Reduces funding levels for the following DOE Energy Programs:
(1) nondefense environmental cleanup,
(2) the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund,
(3) science,
(4) departmental administration,
(5) the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program, and
(6) the Office of the Inspector General.

(Sec. 1446)

Terminates funding for DOE Nuclear Waste Disposal, including both energy and defense programs.

(Sec. 1450)

Increases funding to DOE, National Nuclear Security Administration, for:
(1) weapons activities,
(2) defense nuclear nonproliferation, and
(3) naval reactors.

(Sec. 1453)

Decreases the level of funding to the National Nuclear Security Administration for the Office of the Administrator.

(Sec. 1454)

Reduces funding to DOE for environmental and other defense activities, defense environmental cleanup, and other defense activities.

(Sec. 1457)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available for the Corps of Engineers--Civil, Department of the Army, construction.

(Sec. 1458)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available for the following DOE Energy Programs:
(1) energy efficiency and renewable energy,
(2) electricity delivery and energy reliability,
(3) nuclear energy,
(4) fossil energy research and development, and
(5) naval petroleum and oil shale reserves.

(Sec. 1463)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available for the following DOE Energy Programs:
(1) energy efficiency and renewable energy,
(2) nuclear energy,
(3) fossil energy research and development,
(4) nondefense environmental cleanup,
(5) the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund,
(6) science,
(7) departmental administration, and
(8) defense environmental cleanup.

(Sec. 1471)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available for the following DOE atomic energy defense activities of the National Nuclear Security Administration:
(1) weapons activities,
(2) defense nuclear nonproliferation,
(3) naval reactors, and
(3) the Office of the Administrator.

(Sec. 1475)

. Rescinds specified unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available for the DOE environmental and other defense activities, defense environmental cleanup, and other defense activities.

(Sec. 1477)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available to the Denali Commission.

(Sec. 1478)

Requires DOE, the Corps of Engineers--Civil, the NRC, and the Bureau of Reclamation to submit to certain congressional committees within 30 days of enactment of this Act a spending, expenditure, or operating plan for FY2011 at a level of detail below the account level.

(Sec. 1479)

Declares that any rescission made in this title shall not apply to any amount previously designated by Congress as an emergency requirement pursuant to a concurrent resolution on the budget or the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act).

(Sec. 1480)

Prohibits certain funds targeted for Energy and Water Development from being made available to pay the costs of employment of any DOE contractor or employee who is appointed, employed, or retained under the authority of, or using funds provided by, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

(Sec. 1481)

Prohibits the use of funds made available by this Act to study specified Missouri River Projects authorized in the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2009.

(Sec. 1482)

Reduces funding levels for the following DOE accounts to reflect savings resulting from a contractor pay freeze instituted by DOE for energy programs:
(1) energy efficiency and renewable energy,
(2) nuclear energy,
(3) fossil energy research and development,
(4) nondefense environmental cleanup,
(5) the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund,
(6) science,
(7) departmental administration, and
(8) defense environmental cleanup. Reduces funding levels for the following accounts to reflect savings resulting from a contractor pay freeze instituted by DOE for atomic energy defense activities of the National Nuclear Security Administration:
(1) weapons activities,
(2) defense nuclear nonproliferation, and
(3) naval reactors. Title V: Financial Services and General Government -

(Sec. 1501)

Increases appropriations to the Department of the Treasury for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) terrorism and financial intelligence activities;
(2) the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP); and
(3) the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund Program Account (financial assistance, technical assistance, training outreach programs, and administrative expenses).

(Sec. 1504)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances available for the Treasury Forfeiture Fund.

(Sec. 1505)

Decreases appropriations for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) the Financial Management Service;
(2) the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, and
(3) the Bureau of Public Debt.

(Sec. 1509)

Makes inapplicable to funds appropriated by this division specified funding designations for tax enforcement by Internal Revenue Service (Operations Support), including those for the Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement program as well as official reception and representation expenses associated with hosting the 2010 Leeds Castle Meeting in the United States.

(Sec. 1510)

Makes inapplicable to funds appropriated by this division certain minimum amounts made available in the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, 2010 for both tax enforcement and enhanced tax law enforcement.

(Sec. 1511)

Decreases appropriations to the Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, White House for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) repair and restoration,
(2) operating expenses of the Executive Residence at the White House,
(3) the Office of Administration,
(4) the Office of Management and Budget (OMB),
(5) the Office of National Drug Control Policy (including other federal drug control programs),
(6) the Special Assistance to the President, and
(7) the Official Residence of the Vice President.

(Sec. 1514)

Increases appropriations for the National Security Council.

(Sec. 1518)

Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) the Counterdrug Technology Assessment Center, and
(2) the Partnership Fund for Program Integrity Innovation.

(Sec. 1521)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances available for the Partnership Fund for Program Integrity Innovation.

(Sec. 1524)

Amends the Judiciary Appropriations Act, 2010 to decrease appropriations to:
(1) the U.S. Supreme Court for care of its buildings and grounds; and
(2) the Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and Other Judicial Services for fees of Jurors and Commissioners.

(Sec. 1525)

Increases appropriations for salaries and/or expenses for the Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and Other Judicial Services as well as for Defender Services and court security.

(Sec. 1526)

Reduces the amount to be appropriated from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund for expenses of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims associated with processing cases under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986.

(Sec. 1530)

Amends the Judicial Improvement Act of 1990 to prohibit the filling of the first vacancy in the office of district judge in the district of:
(1) Kansas occurring 20 (currently, 19) years or more after the confirmation date of the judge named to fill the temporary judgeship; and
(2) Hawaii occurring 17 (currently, 16) years or more after the confirmation date of the judge named to fill the temporary judgeship. (Thus extends for another year the authorization to fill such vacancies.)

(Sec. 1531)

Amends the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2010 to decrease appropriations for the District of Columbia federal payment for:
(1) the District of Columbia courts (including capital improvements),
(2) the D.C. Water and Sewer Authority,
(3) the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, and
(4) housing for the homeless.

(Sec. 1534)

Eliminates appropriations for the federal payment to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer for the District of Columbia, for a consolidated bioterrorism and forensics laboratory, and for youth services.

(Sec. 1535)

Increases appropriations for the District of Columbia federal payment for school improvement, specifically for opportunity scholarships for D.C. students. Eliminates appropriations for testing students to determine and compare academic performance of schools enrolling students participating in the opportunity scholarship program. Applies to the funds made available under this division the authority and conditions provided in the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2010 regarding the federal payment for school improvement. Waives the limitation of opportunity scholarships to those who received them in the 2009-2010 school year. Makes funds available for such scholarships to students regardless of whether they received any in a prior school year. Requires the Secretary of Education to ensure that site inspections of participating schools are conducted annually (instead of at least twice annually).

(Sec. 1539)

Authorizes the District to expend local funds for programs and activities, subject to specified conditions.

(Sec. 1540)

Extends through November 1, 2011, the District government's authority to approve and execute reprogramming and transfer requests of local funds.

(Sec. 1541)

Increases appropriations for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) the Administrative Conference of the United States;
(2) the Commodity Futures Trade Commission (CFTC);
(3) the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Office of the Inspector General;
(4) the General Services Administration (GSA) for government-wide policy;
(5) the Harris S Truman Scholarship Foundation;
(6) the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Office of Inspector General;
(7) the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); and
(8) the U.S. Tax Court for security improvements.

(Sec. 1542)

Decreases appropriations for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation;
(2) the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), with a reduced amount available for the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act grant program;
(3) the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) (but with no funds, other than a reduced amount transferred to the National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST], for election reform programs);
(4) GSA operating expenses;
(5) the GSA Electronic Government Fund;
(6) GSA allowances and office staff for former presidents;
(7) the GSA Federal Citizen Services Fund;
(8) NARA for electronic records archives, repairs and restoration, and the grants program of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission;
(9) the Office of Personnel and Management (OPM) for per diem and/or subsistence allowances to employees where Voting Rights Act activities require an employee to remain overnight at his or her post of duty; and
(10) the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.

(Sec. 1547)

Considers any expenses incurred by the EAC using amounts appropriated for EAC election reform programs in the Transportation, Treasury, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 2004 for authorized EAC program or activity under the Help America Vote Act of 2002 to have been incurred for such program or activity.

(Sec. 1549)

Decreases the aggregate amount of new obligational authority for the GSA Federal Building Fund, including appropriations for GSA construction, acquisition, repairs, and alterations. Requires GSA to:
(1) report to congressional appropriations committees a detailed plan, by project, regarding the use of funds; and
(2) notify such committees, within 15 days, before any changes regarding such use.

(Sec. 1555)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances available for the Federal Buildings Fund and returns them to the General Fund of the Treasury.

(Sec. 1560)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances available for NARA repairs and restoration. Derives such balances from amounts made available for a new regional archives and records facility in Anchorage, Alaska.

(Sec. 1564)

Rescinds specified unobligated balances available for the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.

(Sec. 1566)

Eliminates appropriations earmarked for the Small Business Administration (SBA) initiatives related to small business development and entrepreneurship, including certain programmatic and construction activities.

(Sec. 1567)

Eliminates appropriations to the SBA for:
(1) the Surety Bond Guarantees Revolving Fund, and
(2) certain disaster guarantee loans.

(Sec. 1568)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) SBA administrative expenses for certain SBA direct loan programs, and
(2) the payment to the Postal Service Fund (with a specified amount of such payment available in FY2012).

(Sec. 1571)

Grants the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board authority to obligate funds for the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 merit scholarship program for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in accredited accounting degree programs, in an aggregate amount not to exceed funds collected by the Board as of December 31, 2010 (currently, December 31, 2009), including accrued interest, as a result of the assessment of monetary penalties.

(Sec. 1572)

Prohibits the expenditure of any funds appropriated by this division (currently, only federal funds) for abortions, except where the mother's life would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term, or in cases of rape or incest.

(Sec. 1573)

Amends the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010 to require:
(1) the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB) to order an annual independent audit of its operations and budget, and
(2) the Comptroller General to audit the CFPB financial statement annually in accordance with generally accepted government accounting standards. Requires the Comptroller General to:
(1) study and report to Congress annually on financial services regulations, including activities of the CFPB; and
(2) include in such report appropriate recommendations for legislative or administrative action.

(Sec. 1574)

Requires the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to report to congressional appropriations committees on data collected by the CPSC under the Consumer Product Safety Act.

(Sec. 1575)

Makes the limitation specified in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010 on the purchase of certain passenger motor vehicle inapplicable to the purchase of commercial vehicles that operate on emerging motor vehicle technology, including but not limited to electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

(Sec. 1576)

Amends the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act to make political subdivisions of a state (currently, only a state) eligible for swimming pool safety grants. Extends through FY2011 the authorization of appropriations for such grants. Title VI: Homeland Security -

(Sec. 1601)

Directs the Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS) to submit an expenditure plan for FY2011 that displays the level of funding by program, project, and activity consistent with the table of detailed funding recommendations contained in the joint explanatory statement accompanying the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2010 and the classified annex accompanying this Division.

(Sec. 1602)

Decreases funding for DHS for:
(1) the Office of the Secretary and Executive Management;
(2) the Office of the Under Secretary for Management, but appropriates additional funds for buildings and facilities for the consolidation of the DHS headquarters;
(2) the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, including a reduction in the amount that shall remain available until September 30, 2014, for financial systems consolidation efforts; and
(3) the Office of the Chief Information Officer.

(Sec. 1607)

Eliminates appropriations for DHS for the Office of the Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding.

(Sec. 1608)

Increases appropriations to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for salaries and expenses, but decreases funding for:
(1) automation modernization, including for development of the Automated Commercial Environment;
(2) border security fencing, infrastructure, and technology;
(3) air and marine interdiction, operations, maintenance, and procurement; and
(4) construction and facilities management. Requires the Border Patrol to achieve an active duty presence of not fewer than 21,370 agents protecting the U.S. border by September 30, 2011.

(Sec. 1613)

Increases appropriations to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for salaries and expenses, but decreases funding for automation modernization and eliminates appropriations for construction. Requires ICE to maintain not fewer than 33,400 detention beds throughout FY2011.

(Sec. 1616)

Increases appropriations for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for aviation security and for Federal Air Marshals, but decreases appropriations for surface transportation security, transportation threat assessment and credentialing, and transportation security support. Prohibits TSA funds from being used to exceed a staffing level of 46,000 full-time equivalent screeners. Directs the Secretary of DHS to report on:
(1) DHS's efforts to develop more advanced, integrated, and effective passenger screening technologies at the lowest possible costs;
(2) how TSA is deploying its existing screener workforce in the most cost-effective manner; and
(3) labor savings from the deployment of improved technologies for passengers and baggage screening and how those savings are being used to offset security costs or reinvested to address security vulnerabilities.

(Sec. 1621)

Increases appropriations for the Coast Guard for operating expenses. Decreases appropriations for acquisition, construction, and improvements, except that allocations are increased for:
(1) shore, military housing, and aids to navigation facilities, including waterfront facilities at Navy installations used by the Coast Guard;
(2) personnel compensation, benefits, and related costs; and
(3) the Integrated Deepwater Systems program, for which funding for aircraft is decreased and funding for surface ships is increased. Eliminates appropriations for alteration of bridges. Allocates specified funds for research, development, test, and evaluation of technologies to prevent and respond to oil and hazardous substance spills.

(Sec. 1625)

Increases appropriations for the United States Secret Service.

(Sec. 1626)

Decreases appropriations for the National Protection and Programs Directorate for management and administration, infrastructure protection and information security, and United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (US-VISIT). Requires the Federal Protective Service to maintain not fewer than 1,250 full-time staff and 935 full-time Police Officers, Inspectors, Area Commanders, and Special Agents who are directly engaged on a daily basis protecting and enforcing laws at federal buildings.

(Sec. 1630)

Increases appropriations for the Office of Health Affairs, but decreases funding for salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1631)

Decreases appropriations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for:
(1) management and administration, including the elimination of directed obligations for capital improvements at the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center; and
(2) state and local programs, including the elimination of funding for the Citizen Corps Program, Buffer Zone Protection Grants, the Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program, and grants for specified Emergency Operations Centers. Eliminates directed obligations for the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, the Center for Counterterrorism and Cyber Crime at Norwich University, and the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium at Eastern Kentucky University.

(Sec. 1633)

Prohibits the use of Firefighter Assistance Grant funding to enforce requirements regarding:
(1) increasing the number of firefighters to help communities meet industry minimum standards and attain 24-hour staffing and to fulfill traditional missions of fire departments antedating the creation of DHS;
(2) limiting the portion of the costs of hiring firefighters to specified percentages in different years of the grant; and
(3) prohibiting the use of funds provided to fire departments to hire new, additional firefighters to supplant state or local funds or funds supplied by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) in the case of Indian tribal governments.

(Sec. 1634)

Increases appropriations for Disaster Relief. Requires the FEMA Administrator to submit quarterly reports providing estimates of funding requirements for disaster relief for the current fiscal year and succeeding three fiscal years.

(Sec. 1635)

Decreases appropriations for FEMA's Flood Map Modernization Fund.

(Sec. 1636)

Limits the availability of funds from the National Flood Insurance Fund for operating expenses and agents' commissions and taxes. Increases funds for activities under the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 and the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 to be derived from offsetting collections.

(Sec. 1637)

Decreases appropriations for the National Predisaster Mitigation Fund and for Emergency Food and Shelter.

(Sec. 1639)

Decreases appropriations for United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS), including for processing applications for asylum and refugee status and for the E-Verify Program.

(Sec. 1640)

Decreases appropriations for DHS for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center for salaries and expenses and for acquisition, construction, improvements, and related expenses.

(Sec. 1642)

Decreases appropriations for Science and Technology for:
(1) management and administration; and
(2) research, development, acquisition, and operations. Makes specified National Bio- and Agro-defense Facility funds available until September 30, 2013, for construction of the central utility plant. Prohibits reducing funding for university programs by more than 20% from the FY2010 enacted level.

(Sec. 1644)

Decreases appropriations for the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office for management and administration and for research, development, and operations, but increases appropriations for systems acquisition.

(Sec. 1647)

Prohibits funding for construction of the the National Bio- and Agro-defence Facility until DHS has:
(1) completed 50% of design planning for the Facility, and
(2) submitted to the Committees a revised site-specific biosafety and biosecurity mitigation risk assessment that describes how to significantly reduce risks of conducting essential research and diagnostic testing at the Facility and that addresses shortcomings identified in the National Academy of Sciences' evaluation of the initial assessment. Requires DHS to contract with the Academy to evaluate the adequacy and validity of the revised assessment.

(Sec. 1649)

Nullifies provisions of the DHS Appropriations Act, 2010:
(1) prohibiting the use of funds to reduce the Coast Guard's Operations Systems Center mission or its government-employed or contract staff levels,
(2) providing certain funding levels for the National Predisaster Mitigation Fund, and
(3) directing the DHS Secretary to use unobligated amounts available to the Coast Guard for FY2008 or FY2009 for acquisition, construction, and improvements for shoreside facilities and aids to navigation at Coast Guard Sector Buffalo to make improvements along the northern portion of that sector to enhance public access to the Buffalo Lighthouse and the waterfront.

(Sec. 1650)

Extends:
(1) until October 4, 2011, authority regarding interim final regulations establishing risk-based performance standards for the security of chemical facilities;
(2) through FY2011 the authority of the Secretary of Defense to carry out specified research and development projects; and
(3) through FY2011 the authority of the Secret Service to use specified funds for undercover investigative operations.

(Sec. 1653)

Appropriates funds to reimburse state and local governments for providing emergency management, public safety, and security at events related to the presence of a National Special Security Event.

(Sec. 1654)

Authorizes the DHS Secretary to transfer specified sums from appropriations available to DHS to an Immigration Emergency Fund, subject to a congressional notification requirement.

(Sec. 1655)

Makes specified rescissions, including specified funds transferred to DHS when it was created in 2003 and specified amounts from unobligated balances. Title VII: Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 1701)

Increases appropriations for the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for management of lands and resources. Decreases appropriations for BLM's construction activities and land acquisition.

(Sec. 1704)

Decreases appropriations to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for resource management, construction activities, land acquisition, the Cooperative Endangered Species Conservation Fund (including for the Idaho Salmon and Clearwater River Basins Habitat Account), the North American Wetlands Conservation Fund, the Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act, the Multinational Species Conservation Fund, and State and Tribal Wildlife Grants. Rescinds all remaining unobligated amounts from prior year appropriations for the Landowner Incentive Program.

(Sec. 1713)

Requires the Secretary of the Interior to reissue the final rule published on April 2, 2009, concerning:
(1) identifying the Northern Rocky Mountain (NRM) Population of gray wolf as a distinct population segment (DPS); and
(2) removing the gray wolf within the NRM DPS boundaries in Montana and  Idaho from the endangered and threatened wildlife list under the Endangered Species Act. Exempts such reissuance from judicial review.

(Sec. 1714)

Decreases appropriations to the National Park Service (NPS) for operation of the National Park System, national recreation and preservation, the Historic Preservation Fund, construction activities, and expenses necessary to carry out the Land and Water Conservation Act of 1965. Eliminates appropriations for Park Partnership Project Grants, Preserve America grants, and Save America's Treasures grants.

(Sec. 1719)

Rescinds the contract authority provided for FY2011 for acquiring lands and waters for recreational areas in the National Park System, wilderness areas and other specified areas in the National Forest System, and certain land in the National Wildlife Refuge System.

(Sec. 1721)

Rescinds specified amounts of unobligated balances available to the National Park Service for the Urban Park and Recreation Fund.

(Sec. 1722)

Decreases appropriations to the Department of Interior's United States Geological Survey (USGS) for surveys, investigations, and research. Removes requirements that a specified amount of such funding remain available until expended for water resources investigations, satellite operations, maintenance and capital improvement projects, and operating expenses for the Civil Applications Committee. 

(Sec. 1723)

Increases appropriations to the Department of Interior's Minerals Management Service (MMS) for royalty and offshore minerals management and oil spill research.

(Sec. 1725)

Requires the Secretary, in implementing a reorganization of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement, to conform with Congress's reprogramming guidelines when establishing accounts and transferring funds among  the offices and bureaus affected.

(Sec. 1726)

Decreases appropriations to the Department of Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for operations of Indian Programs. Increases appropriations for school operations costs of BIA-funded schools and other education programs. Decreases appropriations for construction activities and Indian land and water claim settlements. Eliminates appropriations for BIA's Pueblo of Isleta Natural Resources Restoration Fund and for consolidation of fractional interests in Indian lands.

(Sec. 1730)

Decreases appropriations for to the Department of Interior for:
(1) assistance to territories, and
(2) the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians.

(Sec. 1732)

Increases appropriations to the Department of Interior for wildland fire management. Eliminates the set-aside of a specified amount of prior-year wildfire suppression balances in addition to amounts provided in this Act for such purpose. Rescinds a specified amount of unobligated balances available for such purpose. Prohibits funding for such purpose from being rescinded from amounts that were designated by Congress as an emergency requirement pursuant to a concurrent resolution on the budget or the Balanced Budget Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.

(Sec. 1734)

Decreases appropriations to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for:
(1) science and technology;
(2) environmental programs and management, including geographic programs;
(3) buildings and facilities,
(4) the Hazardous Substance Superfund; and
(5) leaking underground storage tank cleanup activities.

(Sec. 1738)

Decreases EPA appropriations for state and tribal assistance grants for environmental programs and infrastructure assistance, including:
(1) the Clean Water State Revolving Funds;
(2) the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds;
(3) activities in connection with construction of high priority water and wastewater facilities near the U.S.-Mexico border;
(4) grants to Alaska to address the drinking water and wastewater infrastructure needs of rural and Alaska Native Villages;
(5) grants for diesel emissions reduction;
(6) grants for media pollution prevention, control and abatement and related activities; and
(7) grants for particulate matter monitoring and data collection activities. Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) the planning and design of a high-performance green building to consolidate EPA's facilities in Las Vegas, Nevada;
(2) making special project grants and technical corrections to prior-year grants for the construction of drinking water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure and for water quality protection;
(3) targeted airshed grants; and
(4) grants to communities to develop plans and demonstrate and implement projects which reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

(Sec. 1739)

Decreases the amount of appropriated funds that the EPA Administrator is authorized to transfer from the Great Lakes Initiative to federal agencies to support such Initiative.

(Sec. 1740)

Rescinds a specified amount of unobligated balances available for EPA for state and tribal assistance grants.

(Sec. 1741)

Decreases appropriations to the Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the Forest Service for forest and rangeland research, state and private forestry, the National Forest System, capital improvement and maintenance, land acquisition, and the FLAME Wildfire Suppression Reserve Fund (including a rescission). Increases appropriations for wildland fire management, but decreases allocations for rehabilitation and restoration and for state fire assistance. Prohibits prior-year wildfire suppression balances from being made available in addition to the amounts provided in this Act for such purpose.

(Sec. 1748)

Extends, until September 30, 2011, the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture to permit the State Forester of Utah to perform forest, rangeland, and watershed restoration services on National Forest System lands in Utah.

(Sec. 1749)

Increases appropriations to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for the Indian Health Service for  Indian health services and facilities.

(Sec. 1751)

Decreases appropriations for the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. Eliminates appropriations for a National Academy of Sciences study on the use and storage of methyl isocyanate.

(Sec. 1752)

Eliminates appropriations for developing a public-private partnership to facilitate the reopening of the Arts and Industries Building of the Smithsonian Institution.

(Sec. 1753)

Decreases appropriations to the National Gallery of Art for repair, restoration, and renovation of buildings. Increases appropriations for repairing the National Gallery's East Building facade.

(Sec. 1754)

Decreases appropriations to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Eliminates appropriations for a program to train arts managers throughout the United States.

(Sec. 1756)

Decreases appropriations for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the National Foundation on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

(Sec. 1759)

Decreases appropriations for the Commission of Fine Arts and for the Presidio Trust Fund.

(Sec. 1761)

Eliminates funding for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission and for EPA for the transfer to the Department of the Navy for clean-up activities at Treasure Island Naval Station-Hunters Point Annex, California.

(Sec. 1765)

Requires, for FY2011, that all funds received from sales, bonuses, royalties, and rentals under the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 be deposited in the Treasury. Requires:
(1) the Secretary of the Treasury to use 50% of such receipts to make payments to the states within which the leased land and geothermal resources are located and 25% of such receipts to make payments to counties within which the leased land and geothermal resources are located; and
(2) 25% of such receipts to be deposited in miscellaneous receipts.

(Sec. 1766)

Prohibits the Secretary of Agriculture from using any appropriations to increase recreation residence user fees by more than 25% in 2011.

(Sec. 1767)

Terminates the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Commission six years (currently five years) after the enactment of the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Reauthorization Act of 2006.

(Sec. 1768)

Requires the Department of the Interior, EPA, the Forest Service, the Indian Health Service, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Gallery of Art, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Humanities to submit a spending, expenditure, or operating plan for FY2011 at a level of detail below the account level.

(Sec. 1769)

  Prohibits any funds from being used  to implement, administer, or enforce Secretarial Order No. 3310 issued by the Secretary of the Interior on December 22, 2010, which directs the BLM to designate appropriate areas as wild lands and to manage them to protect their wilderness characteristics. Title VIII: Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 1801)

Decreases appropriations for training and employment services in the Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor (DOL). Decreases appropriations for:
(1) grants to states for adult employment and training activities, youth activities, and dislocated worker employment and training activities;
(2) the dislocated workers assistance national reserve;
(3) pilots, demonstrations, and research activities;
(4) re-integration of ex-offenders;
(5) youth activities and YouthBuild; and
(6) the Workforce Innovation Fund. Eliminates funding for projects of specific entities that include job training initiatives and training for green jobs. Eliminates appropriations for transitional job activities. Prohibits funds from being available for the Green Jobs Innovation Fund or the Career Pathways Innovation Fund. Rescinds funds made available for the Career Pathways Innovation Fund.

(Sec. 1802)

Permits the Secretary of Labor to transfer up to 25% of funds available for the construction, rehabilitation, and acquisition of Job Corps centers to meet the operational needs of such centers. Prohibits funds made available by this division or any prior Act from being used to initiate a competition for any new Job Corps center not previously approved through a competitive selection process by the Secretary of Labor.

(Sec. 1803)

Decreases appropriations for community service employment programs for low-income Americans over the age of 55. Makes inapplicable provisions related to allotment of additional funding to grantees.

(Sec. 1804)

Decreases appropriations for State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service Operations.

(Sec. 1805)

Permits funds appropriated to the DOL's Employment and Training Administration for technical assistance to grantees to be transferred to Program Administration if it is determined that those services will be more efficiently performed by federal staff.

(Sec. 1806)

Decreases appropriations for Employment Services Administration salaries and expenses.

(Sec. 1807)

Increases appropriations for salaries and expenses in the Mine Safety and Health Administration. Permits the Secretary of Labor to transfer a portion of such funds for activities related to DOL's caseload before the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission. Eliminates appropriations to continue the project with the United Mine Workers of America for classroom and simulated rescue training for mine rescue teams. Allows the Mine Safety and Health Administration to retain a greater portion of fees collected for the approval and certification of equipment, materials, and explosives for use in mines.

(Sec. 1808)

Increases appropriations to DOL for departmental management. Eliminates appropriations for the U.S. contribution to the International Labour Organization's International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor. Allocates funds for program evaluation, initiatives related to the identification and prevention of worker misclassification, and any other worker protection activities. Allows such funds to be transferred to other agencies with congressional approval.

(Sec. 1809)

Rescinds appropriations from DOL's Working Capital Fund to be derived solely from amounts available in the Investment in Reinvention Fund. Eliminates the Investment in Reinvention Fund within the Working Capital Fund.

(Sec. 1810)

Decreases appropriations to the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for health resources and services. Increases appropriations for liability coverage for health centers. Decreases appropriations for voluntary family planning projects. Sets forth allocations related to title XXVI of the Public Health Service Act (popularly known as the Ryan White Care Act [RWCA]). Prohibits funds from being made available to establish training programs for alternative dental health care providers. Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) the Denali Commission,
(2) the Delta Health Initiative,
(3) construction and renovation of heath care and other facilities, and
(4) state health access grants to expand access to affordable health coverage for the uninsured. Removes the requirement that the Secretary of HHS transfer funds from the Community Health Center Fund to increase funding for community health centers and the National Health Service Corps over the FY2008 level.

(Sec. 1811)

Decreases appropriations for disease control, research and training in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Decreases appropriations for the Strategic National Stockpile. Eliminates funding for projects of specific entities, including emergency preparedness planning and youth and family wellness programs. Decreases appropriations for screening and treatment for first response emergency services personnel, residents, students, and others related to the September 11, 2011, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Eliminates appropriations for the acquisition of real property, equipment, construction, and renovation of CDC facilities. Permits funds appropriated to the CDC for Disease, Control, Research, and Training to be made available to carry out title II of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Permits funds from this Act to be made available for the acquisition of real property and necessary repairs of facilities owned, leased, or operated by CDC if such facilities are related to mine safety research and if Congress is notified.

(Sec. 1812)

Maintains funding for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Eliminates a transfer from Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for necessary expenses for securing medical countermeasures against biological terror attacks.

(Sec. 1813)

Decreases appropriations to NIH through a pro rata reduction in all of the Institutes, Centers, and Office of the Director accounts within NIH.

(Sec. 1814)

Decreases appropriations for the study of, construction of, renovation of, and acquisition of equipment for facilities of or used by NIH, including the acquisition of real property.

(Sec. 1815)

Decreases appropriations for the Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration. Appropriates funds for the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiatives. Prohibits funds from being made available for the National All Schedules Prescription Electronic Reporting system. Eliminates funding for projects of specific entities or funds for specific projects, including behavioral health services and suicide prevention programs for adolescents. Removes a requirement that funds be expended to reimburse the General Services Administration (GSA) for environmental testing and remediation on the federally owned facilities at St. Elizabeths Hospital.

(Sec. 1816)

Decreases appropriations for health care research and quality in the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

(Sec. 1817)

Increases appropriations for payments to health care trust funds within the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). (Sec 1818) Maintains funding level for program management in CMS. Decreases appropriations for CMS Medicare contracting reform activities. Eliminates funding for projects of specific entities, including uncompensated care to treat uninsured or underinsured patients and primary care workforce recruitment.

(Sec. 1819)

Decreases appropriations for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance program to meet the additional home energy assistance needs of one or more states rising from a natural disaster or other emergency in the Administration for Children and Families (ACF).

(Sec. 1820)

Rescinds appropriations for Refugee and Entrant Assistance in ACF.

(Sec. 1821)

Increases appropriations to ACF for payments to states for the Child Care and Development Block Grants. Eliminates funding for the Child Care Aware toll-free hotline. Increases appropriations to states for:
(1) activities designed to provide comprehensive consumer education to parents and the public, activities that increase parental choice, and activities designed to improve the quality and availability of child care authorized under the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 1990; and
(2) activities that improve the quality of infant and toddler care.

(Sec. 1822)

Increases appropriations for Children and Families Services Programs under ACF and for payments under the Head Start Act. Decreases appropriations for payments under the Community Services Block Grant Act, including for rural community development activities. Revises the definition of \"base grant\" for purposes of the Head Start Act. Eliminates:
(1) appropriations for the National Commission on Children and Disasters to carry out the Commission's duties; and
(2) funding for projects of specific entities, including gang prevention and intervention and programs for homeless children.

(Sec. 1823)

Decreases appropriations for aging services programs in the Administration on Aging. Appropriates funds for congregate nutrition, home-delivered nutrition, and Native American nutrition. Prohibits amounts available to carry out activities related to Aging and Disability Resource Centers from exceeding the amount obligated for FY2010. Eliminates funding for projects of specific entities, including elder abuse prevention and a program to provide medical products and services to seniors. Prohibits funds under this Act from being used to carry out chronic disease self-management activity grants, except as necessary to administer grants awarded prior to the date of enactment of this division.

(Sec. 1824)

Increases appropriations for general departmental management of HHS. Eliminates appropriations to assist Afghanistan in the development of maternal and child health clinics. Eliminates funding for projects of specific entities, including technical assistance to human services transportation providers on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements and health information technology evaluation. Decreases appropriations for making competitive contracts and grants to fund teen pregnancy reduction programs.

(Sec. 1825)

Increases appropriations for expenses necessary to support activities related to countering potential biological, nuclear, radiological, chemical, and cybersecurity threats to civilian populations, for other public health emergencies, and to pay for the procurement of security countermeasures. Decreases appropriations to respond to an influenza pandemic and prohibits any of such funds from being available past September 30, 2011. Decreases appropriations for expenses necessary for fit-out and other costs related to a competitive lease procurement to renovate or replace the existing headquarters building for Public Health Service agencies and other components of HHS. Permits funds available for the procurement of medical countermeasures to be used to support advanced research and development and other administrative expenses under the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority. Prohibits any funds from being made available to the United States Postal Service (USPS) for the delivery of medical countermeasures. Allows funds appropriated to the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund for preparing and responding to the influenza pandemic to also be used to:
(1) plan, conduct, and support research to advance regulatory science to improve the ability to determine safety, effectiveness, quality, and performance of medical countermeasure products against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents including influenza virus; and
(2) analyze, conduct, and improve regulatory review and compliance processes for such products.

(Sec. 1826)

Rescinds specified appropriations to the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund.

(Sec. 1829)

Decreases appropriations to the Department of Education for:
(1) education for the disadvantaged;
(2) school improvement programs;
(3) English language acquisition;
(4) safe schools and citizenship education;
(5) special education;
(6) rehabilitation services and disability research;
(7) the National Technical Institute for the Deaf;
(8) career, technical, and adult education;
(9) higher education; and
(10) the Institute of Education Sciences. Increases appropriations to the Department of Education for:
(1) innovation and improvement activities,
(2) student financial assistance, and
(3) student aid administration.

(Sec. 1832)

Amends the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) to require states to use grants from the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund to:
(1) increase the number and percentage of disadvantaged children who are enrolled in high-quality early learning programs, and
(2) design and implement an integrated system of high-quality early learning programs and services.

(Sec. 1839)

Sets the maximum individual Pell Grant amount at $4,860 during award year 2011-2012, the same amount set for award year 2010-2011.

(Sec. 1840)

Rescinds certain unobligated balances for the academic competitiveness grant program.

(Sec. 1845)

Decreases appropriations for the operating expenses of the Corporation for National and Community Service. Increases appropriations for the National Service Trust.

(Sec. 1848)

Decreases appropriations to the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

(Sec. 1849)

Increases appropriations for salaries and expenses of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission.

(Sec. 1850)

Decreases appropriations for Railroad Retirement Board to the Dual Benefits Payment Account.

(Sec. 1851)

Increases appropriations to the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund. Allows such payments to be used for transfers for certain benefits for veterans.

(Sec. 1852)

Increases appropriations to Social Security Administration (SSA) for the Supplemental Security Income Program.

(Sec. 1853)

Decreases appropriations for administrative expenses of SSA.

(Sec. 1854)

Rescinds funds appropriated to SSA for investment in information technology and telecommunications hardware and software infrastructure.

(Sec. 1855)

Makes funds in the Prevention and Public Health Fund subject to lobbying restrictions.

(Sec. 1856)

Directs the Comptroller General to report to Congress on:
(1) the costs and processes of implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and the health care provisions of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010,
(2) the results of an audit of requests for administrative waiver of the prohibition on annual limits for essential benefits in health insurance coverage, and
(3) the results of an audit of expenditures for comparative effectiveness research through funds from any agency within HHS under ARRA or PPACA. Requires the Chief Actuary of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to report an estimate of the impact of the guaranteed issue, guaranteed renewal, and community rating requirements enacted under PPACA on premiums for individuals and families with employer-sponsored health insurance.

(Sec. 1857)

Cancels funds made available for the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan Program under PPACA for loans and grants to assist entities in becoming qualified nonprofit health insurance issuers.

(Sec. 1858)

Repeals provisions of PPACA related to free choice vouchers, which allow certain employees to purchase health insurance through a health insurance exchange. Amends the Internal Revenue Code to repeal provisions related to free choice vouchers, including employer reporting requirements.

(Sec. 1859)

Cancels funds made available for performance bonus payments to states under the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP, formerly known as SCHIP).

(Sec. 1860)

Eliminates authority of the Secretary of Education to award a student two Pell grants during a single year to accelerate progress towards a degree. Revises appropriation amounts for Pell grants.

(Sec. 1861)

Eliminates provisions setting forth additional requirements for the allocation of education funds by the state of Texas.

(Sec. 1862)

Rescinds unobligated balances of funds made available under Higher Education Act.

(Sec. 1863)

Requires each of the departments and related agencies funded in this title to submit to Congress a spending, expenditure, or operating plan for FY2011 at a level of detail below the account level. Title IX: Legislative Branch -

(Sec. 1901)

Increases appropriations to the Senate for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) specified officers and employees, and
(2) miscellaneous items.

(Sec. 1902)

Decreases appropriations to the Senate for:
(1) the Office of the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate, and
(2) the Senator's Official Personnel and Office Expense Account. Reduces by 5% each Senator's Official Personnel and Office Expense Account (including the allowance for administrative and clerical assistance and the authorized salaries allowance for legislative assistance to Senators) and the office expense allowance for each Senator's office for each state in effect immediately before the enactment of this Act.

(Sec. 1903)

Rescinds specified unobligated amounts appropriated to the Senate for FY2009.

(Sec. 1904)

Amends the Legislative Branch Act of 1990 with respect to the authority of the Secretary of the Senate and the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate to acquire goods, services, or space from government agencies and units by agreement under the provisions of the Economy Act. Requires such agreements to be in accordance with the regulations of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. (Currently, such agreements may only be entered into with the approval of such Committee and of the Senate Committee on Appropriations.)

(Sec. 1905)

Decreases appropriations to the House of Representatives for:
(1) salaries and/or expenses of the House leadership offices, committees (including the Committee on Appropriations), officers and employees;
(2) Members' representational allowances;
(3) business continuity and disaster recovery; and
(4) the Wounded Warrior Program.

(Sec. 1911)

Increases appropriations to the House for:
(1) allowances and expenses; and
(2) government contributions for health, retirement, Social Security, and other applicable employee benefits.

(Sec. 1912)

Decreases appropriations for salaries and/or expenses of:
(1) the Joint Economic and Taxation Committees,
(2) the Office of the Attending Physicians (but increases the Office's appropriations for reimbursement to the Department of the Navy for expenses incurred for staff and equipment), and
(3) the Office of Compliance.

(Sec. 1915)

Increases appropriations for salaries and/or expenses for:
(1) the Capitol Police, and
(2) the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).

(Sec. 1918)

Extends through FY2015 the period of availability for each item under \"Architect of the Capitol\" (AOC) in the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2010.

(Sec. 1919)

Rescinds specified unobligated amounts appropriated from prior year appropriations for the Capitol Visitor Center project.

(Sec. 1920)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) the Library of Congress for salaries and expenses, the Copyright Office, Congressional Research Service (CRS), and Books for the Blind and Physically Handicapped;
(2) the Government Printing Office (GPO) Revolving Fund;
(3) GPO for the Office of Superintendent of Documents;
(4) the Government Accountability Office (GAO); and
(5) the Open World Leadership Center Trust Fund. Eliminates appropriations for the operation of Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and the Durham Museum in Omaha, Nebraska.

(Sec. 1925)

Applies to publications for FY2009-FY2010 the amounts authorized for GPO to produce and disseminate congressional serial sets and other related publications to depository and other designated libraries.

(Sec. 1926)

Amends the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1999 with respect to the GPO-established program under which voluntary separation incentive payments are offered to certain eligible GPO employees for voluntary separation through resignation or retirement. Repeals the requirement that the Public Printer remit to OPM for deposit in the Treasury to the credit of the Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund 15% of the final basic pay of each employee covered under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) or the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) to whom such voluntary separation incentive has been paid. Title X: Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 2001)

Increases appropriations for military construction for the Army. Decreases appropriations for military construction for the Navy and Marine Corps, the Air Force, and defense-wide. Increases appropriations for military construction for the Army National Guard. Decreases funds for military construction for the Air National Guard, the Army Reserve, the Navy Reserve, and the Air Force Reserve. Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit to the appropriations committees a spending plan for FY2011 at a level of detail below the account level.

(Sec. 2002)

Increases appropriations for family housing construction for the Navy and Marine Corps and the Air Force. Decreases appropriations for family housing construction for the Army and for the Family Housing Improvement Fund. Eliminates appropriations for family housing construction, defense-wide.

(Sec. 2003)

Increases appropriations for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program. Decreases appropriations for the Homeowners Assistance Fund, chemical demilitarization construction, defense-wide, and the Department of Defense Base Closure Accounts of 1990 and 2005.

(Sec. 2004)

Increases appropriations for family housing operation and maintenance for the Air Force and defense-wide. Decreases appropriations for family housing operation and maintenance for the Army and the Navy and Marine Corps.

(Sec. 2005)

Decreases appropriations for military construction for the Army, the Air Force, and defense-wide.

(Sec. 2006)

Makes certain funding restrictions, requirements, and/or set-asides under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010 inapplicable to funds made available in this title.

(Sec. 2008)

Rescinds specified funds within various military construction accounts under prior military construction appropriations Acts.

(Sec. 2013)

Rescinds specified funds for the Department of Defense Base Closure Account 2005 under prior appropriations.

(Sec. 2014)

Rescinds specified Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) account funds which became available on October 1, 2010, under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010. Appropriates under this Act the same level of funding for such accounts, to remain available through FY2012.

(Sec. 2015)

Appropriates funds for FY2012 for VA medical services, medical support and compliance, and medical facilities.

(Sec. 2016)

Rescinds specified funds for FY2011 for VA medical support and compliance and medical facilities.

(Sec. 2017)

Allows specified funds appropriated to the VA for FY2011 to be transferred to the Joint Department of Defense-Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility Demonstration Fund for use for combined medical facilities.

(Sec. 2018)

Allows for the transfer of funds from the VA's Medical Care Collections Fund to the above Fund.

(Sec. 2019)

Increases appropriations for VA departmental administration, general operating expenses. Prohibits the use of any funds for the printer-on-every-desk initiative.

(Sec. 2020)

Decreases appropriations for VA information technology systems.

(Sec. 2021)

Rescinds specified funds for VA information technology systems under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010.

(Sec. 2022)

Decreases appropriations for VA for construction, major projects. Directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to submit to the appropriations committees an FY2011 spending plan at a level of detail below the account level.

(Sec. 2023)

Rescinds specified VA construction, major projects funds under prior appropriations Acts when such funds were not designated as an emergency requirement.

(Sec. 2024)

Decreases appropriations for VA for construction, minor projects.

(Sec. 2025)

Decreases appropriations for the VA for construction of state extended care facilities and the Armed Forces Retirement Home.

(Sec. 2026)

Increases appropriations for:
(1) the American Battle Monuments Commission;
(2) the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims; and
(3) cemeterial expenses, Army. Title XI: State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs -

(Sec. 2102)

Increases appropriations for Administration of Foreign Affairs, Diplomatic and Consular Programs. Decreases appropriations for Administration of Foreign Affairs for:
(1) worldwide security protection,
(2) the capital investment fund,
(3) emergencies in the diplomatic and consular service,
(4) representation allowances,
(5) the American Institute in Taiwan, and
(6) the civilian stabilization initiative.

(Sec. 2103)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) the United States Institute of Peace,
(2) the East-West Center,
(3) International Fisheries Commissions,
(4) contributions to international organizations, and
(5) contributions for international peacekeeping activities.

(Sec. 2104)

Increases appropriations for the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico, salaries and expenses. Decreases appropriations for such Commission for construction. Decreases appropriations for the Asia Foundation.

(Sec. 2105)

Decreases appropriations for the Broadcasting Board of Governors:
(1) international broadcasting operations, and
(2) capital improvements.

(Sec. 2106)

Decreases appropriations for Administration of Foreign Affairs, educational and cultural exchange programs. Decreases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance for:
(1) the Inter-American Foundation, and
(2) the African Development Foundation.

(Sec. 2107)

Decreases appropriations for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Funds Appropriated to the President for:
(1) operating expenses,
(2) civilian stabilization initiative,
(3) capital investment fund, and
(4) the Office of Inspector General.

(Sec. 2108)

Decreases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance for:
(1) Funds Appropriated to the President, assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia;
(2) Funds Appropriated to the President, Complex Crisis Fund;
(3) Independent Agencies, the Peace Corps; and
(4) Independent Agencies, the Millennium Challenge Corporation.

(Sec. 2109)

Decreases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President for:
(1) the Economic Support Fund, and
(2) the Democracy Fund. Decreases appropriations for the Department of the Treasury, debt restructuring. Increases appropriations for the Department of the Treasury, international affairs technical assistance.

(Sec. 2110)

Increases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance for Funds Appropriated to the President for international disaster assistance. Increases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance, Department of State for:
(1) migration and refugee assistance, and
(2) the United States Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund.

(Sec. 2111)

Decreases appropriations for International Security Assistance, Department of State:
(1) nonproliferation, anti-terrorism, demining and related programs; and
(2) peacekeeping operations. Prohibits the use of peacekeeping operations funds for Chad, Sudan, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo from being used to support military training or operations that include child soldiers.

(Sec. 2112)

Decreases appropriations for International Security Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, international military education and training. Increases appropriations for International Security Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President,
(1) foreign military financing program; and
(2) amounts available from such funds for Israel, Egypt, and Jordan. Decreases amounts for Colombia, but states that such amounts \"should\" rather than \"shall\" be available. Makes funds available for the Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability Fund until September 30, 2012.

(Sec. 2113)

Decreases appropriations for Multilateral Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President for international organizations and programs. Decreases appropriations for Multilateral Assistance, International Financial Institutions, for:
(1) the International Development Association,
(2) the Clean Technology Fund,
(3) the Strategic Climate Fund,
(4) the African Development Fund, and
(5) the International Fund for Agricultural Development. Increases appropriations for Multilateral Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President for the Global Environment Facility. Increases appropriations for Multilateral Assistance, International Financial Institutions, for the Inter-American Development Bank.

(Sec. 2114)

Decreases the amount available for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) program account. Decreases appropriations for Funds Appropriated to the President, trade and development agency.

(Sec. 2115)

Decreases appropriations for Administration of Foreign Affairs:
(1) embassy security, construction, and maintenance; and
(2) worldwide security upgrades, acquisition, and construction. Increases appropriations for Administration of Foreign Affairs, certain USAID direct loans and loan guarantees. Decreases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, Development Credit Authority for administrative expenses for USAID credit programs.

(Sec. 2116)

Increases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, global health and child security for USAID. Decreases appropriations for Bilateral Economic Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, global health and child security for treatment, prevention, and research on HIV/AIDS.

(Sec. 2117)

Eliminates appropriations for:
(1) Administration of Foreign Affairs, the Buying Power Maintenance Account;
(2) Bilateral Economic Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, the International Fund for Ireland; and
(3) Multilateral Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, the Asian Development Fund.

(Sec. 2118)

Rescinds specified amounts from unobligated balances for:
(1) the Export-Import Bank of the United States, subsidiary appropriations;
(2) the Buying Power Maintenance Account;
(3) the Development Assistance Account, as identified by Treasury Appropriation Fund Symbols 7206/111021;
(4) the Assistance for the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union Account, as identified by Treasury Appropriation Fund Symbols 7206/111093, 7207/121093, and 72X1093;
(5) the International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement Account, as identified by Treasury Appropriation Fund Symbols, 11X1022, 1106/121022, and 191105/111022;
(6) the Department of State, diplomatic and consular security protection;
(7) the Department of State, Bilateral Economic Assistance, Economic Support Fund; and
(8) the Department of State, Bilateral Economic Assistance, Assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia. Cancels permanently certain funds from the Fraud Prevention and Detection Account available to the Secretary under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

(Sec. 2119)

Sets forth specified reporting requirements.

(Sec. 2120)

Makes specific amounts for diplomatic and consular programs under P.L. 111-117 inapplicable to appropriations under this division. States that the Secretary of State, regarding funds for international peacekeeping activities, should work with the United Nations (U.N.) and governments contributing peacekeeping troops to develop vetting procedures to ensure that such troops have not violated human rights. Limits the amount of any such U.S. contributions and makes them available only if in the U.S. national interest. States that certain funds under P.L. 111-117 \"should\" rather than \"shall\" be applied to appropriations under this title for development assistance and the Economic Support Fund. Decreases appropriations for the Economic Support Fund for USAID for alternative development/institution building programs in Colombia. Increases the Economic Support Fund amount available for the West Bank and Gaza for cash transfer assistance.Makes certain provisions of P.L. 111-117 inapplicable to specified provisions of this division. Decreases appropriations that should be made available for family planning and reproductive health. States that certain funds under P.L. 111-117 \"should\" rather than \"shall\" be applied to appropriations under this division for
(1) labor and environmental capacity building activities relating to free trade agreements with countries of Central America, Peru, and the Dominican Republic;
(2) development grants;
(3) basic and higher education;
(4) U.S. educational institutions and nongovernmental organizations for programs in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) relating to the environment, governance, and the rule of law;
(5) biodiversity in developing countries;
(6) clean energy programs; and
(7) adaptation programs. Increases appropriations available for for USAID’s Amazon Basin conservation programs. Authorizes FY2011 appropriations for the Clean Technology Fund. Permits certain biodiversity funds under P.L. 111-117 to be used for illegal logging enforcement activities. Prohibits such funds' use to expand industrial logging into primary tropical forests. Increases appropriations for the West Bank and Gaza. Excludes from specified restrictions under P.L. 111-117 appropriations under this division for:
(1) the Complex Crisis Fund, and
(2) migration and refugee assistance.

(Sec. 2221)

Decreases appropriations for the Inspector General for Iraq. Increases appropriations for the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan. Increases appropriations available for international peacekeeping activities in Somalia. Prohibits foreign military financing funds from being made available to Bahrain and Yemen, except pursuant to the regular notification procedures of the Appropriations Committees. Decreases the minimum funding level available to expand Internet access for users living in societies that have hostile Internet environments. Increases appropriations, to be available until September 30, 2012, for the Broadcasting Board of Governors to expand Internet access. Prohibits funds from being made available to:
(1) the Armed Forces of Lebanon until the Secretary of State reports to Congress that such funding is in the U.S. national security interest, and
(2) the Export-Import Bank for new financing to any person subject to certain sanctions under the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996. Limits the amount of FY2011 funds that the Export-Import Bank may spend for project specific transaction costs. States that specified amounts \"should\" rather than \"shall\" be made available to carry out part V (debt reduction for developing countries with tropical forests) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. Increases the number of individuals that may be hired under the USDA's Development Leadership Initiative. Amends the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1990 regarding certain refugee categories to extend:
(1) allocations for nationals of the independent states of the former Soviet Union, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania who are members of the Ukrainian Catholic Church or the Ukrainian Orthodox Church through FY2011; and
(2) application periods through June 1, 2011. Extends through September 30, 2011, the parole date for a qualifying alien who was a national of an independent state of the former Soviet Union, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Vietnam, Laos, or Cambodia whose refugee status was denied to have his or her status adjusted to permanent resident.

(Sec. 2122)

Revises the conditions of certain economic support fund and narcotics control and law enforcement assistance to Afghanistan. Prohibits making any funds available under this division for assistance to Afghanistan until the Secretary of State, in consultation with USAID, makes certain certifications to Congress concerning anti-corruption activities, public participation in governance, women's rights, and assistance monitoring. Specifies authorized, restricted, and prohibited uses of funds appropriated under this division for assistance to Afghanistan, including relating to women and reintegration into Afghan society of former combatants. Prohibits funds available under this division from being used to enter into a permanent basing rights agreement between the United States and Afghanistan. Requires a detailed spending plan for assistance to Afghanistan with clear goals and benchmarks, as well as a coordinated audit and inspection plan of U.S. assistance for, and civilian operations in, Afghanistan.

(Sec. 2123)

Revises the conditions of certain economic support fund assistance for Egypt.

(Sec. 2124)

Establishes the contribution level for the global agriculture and food security program at $100 million.

(Sec. 2125)

States that none of the funds made available in this division for the U.N. capital master plan may be used for the design, renovation, or construction of the U.N. Headquarters in New York, in excess of specified U.S. assessments.

(Sec. 2126)

Appropriates additional funds for the Asian Development Bank. Amends the Asian Development Bank Act to authorize:
(1) the United States Governor of the Asian Development Bank to contribute on behalf of the United States to the ninth replenishment of the resources of the Asian Development Fund, and to subscribe on behalf of the United States to additional shares of the Bank's capital stock; and
(2) appropriations for the contribution and the subscription increase. Title XII: Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies -

(Sec. 2201)

Decreases appropriations to the Department of Transportation (DOT) for FY2011 for the Office of the Secretary of Transportation for transportation planning, research, and development.

(Sec. 2202)

Decreases appropriations to the Office of the Secretary of Transportation for capital investments in surface transportation infrastructure projects. Eliminates funding for the planning, preparation, or design of such projects.

(Sec. 2203)

Increases appropriations for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) operations, including air traffic organization and aviation safety activities.

(Sec. 2204)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) FAA facilities and equipment, and
(2) FAA research, engineering, and development.

(Sec. 2205)

Increases appropriations for liquidation of contract authorizations for grants-in-aid for airports.

(Sec. 2207)

Rescinds permanently unobligated balances of federal-aid highway funds apportioned to each state. Declares, however, such rescission shall not apply to state apportionments for:
(1) elimination of railway-highway crossing hazards;
(2) the highway safety improvement program;
(3) safety programs under the surface transportation program, as allocated before enactment of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU);
(4) safety incentives to prevent operation of motor vehicles by intoxicated persons (as in effect before enactment of SAFETEA-LU); and
(5) surface transportation program funds as apportioned between urbanized areas of over 200,000 population and other areas. Requires the Secretary of Transportation, in administering the rescission, to allow each state to determine the amount of the rescission to be drawn from the programs to which the rescission applies.

(Sec. 2208)

Prohibits the availability of funds under this division for certain activities under:
(1) the federal-aid highways program, and
(2) surface transportation program .

(Sec. 2209)

Eliminates appropriations for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for certain surface transportation priorities.

(Sec. 2210)

Rescinds permanently unobligated balances for:
(1) construction of bridges across federal dams,
(2) two projects to construct or replace high traffic volume bridges on the federal-aid highway system and which traverse major bodies of water,
(3) specified federal-aid highway projects,
(4) certain demonstration and priority highway projects,
(5) specified surface transportation projects, and
(6) certain authorizations under the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) for specified high priority projects in which less than 10% of the authorization for such project has been obligated.

(Sec. 2212)

Rescinds certain authorizations under SAFETEA-LU for FY2005-FY2009 that are not allocated for specified high priority highway projects.

(Sec. 2213)

Increases appropriations for liquidation of contract authorizations for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for motor carrier safety operations and programs.

(Sec. 2214)

Specifies allocations of motor carrier safety grant funds for payment of obligations under the commercial driver’s license information system modernization program for:
(1) audits of new entrant motor carriers, and
(2) the commercial driver’s license improvements program.

(Sec. 2215)

Rescinds permanently certain amounts of unobligated balances for safety belt performance grants.

(Sec. 2216)

Eliminates appropriations to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) railroad safety technology program.

(Sec. 2217)

Increases appropriations for FRA safety and operations.

(Sec. 2218)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) FRA railroad research and development,
(2) the FRA rail line relocation and improvement program, and
(3) FRA capital and debt service grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK).

(Sec. 2221)

Eliminates appropriations for FRA capital assistance for high speed rail corridors and intercity passenger rail service (with a rescission of prior year unobligated balances).

(Sec. 2223)

Decreases appropriations to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for:
(1) energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction grants,
(2) capital investment grants (with a rescission of a specified amount of FY2010 funds for such grants), and
(3) research and university research centers.

(Sec. 2227)

Increases appropriations for Maritime Administration (MARAD) operations and training. Authorizes a specified amount made available for FY2010 for MARAD operations and training to be allocated for the reimbursement of overcharged midshipmen fees at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy for academic years 2003-2004 through 2008-2009. Declares reimbursement decisions of the Secretary to be final and conclusive.

(Sec. 2228)

Decreases appropriations for the MARAD for assistance to small shipyards.

(Sec. 2229)

Increases appropriations to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) for:
(1) operational expenses,
(2) hazardous materials safety, and
(3) the pipeline safety program.

(Sec. 2230)

Denies application to appropriations under this Act of funding specifications under the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010, for certain accounts of the FHWA, the FRA, and the FTA with respect to:
(1) ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities,
(2) federal lands,
(3) discretionary interstate maintenance,
(4) transportation,
(5) the community and system preservation program,
(6) the Delta Region Transportation Development Program,
(7) the rail line relocation and improvement program,
(8) rail-highway crossing hazard eliminations,
(9) capital investment grants,
(10) alternatives analysis, and
(11) bus and bus facilities.

(Sec. 2231)

Eliminates appropriations for the Secretary of the Army to continue an independent study of the Missouri River Projects located within the Missouri River basin, including an analysis of river flow support to users in the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.

(Sec. 2232)

Decreases appropriations for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for necessary salaries and expenses for administration, operations and management.

(Sec. 2233)

Authorizes the Secretary of HUD to transfer up to 5% (as under current law) or $5 million, whichever is less, of funds for personnel or nonpersonnel expenses under the account of \"Personnel Compensation and Benefits\", or under any set-aside within the accounts of \"Executive Direction\" and \"Administration, Operations and Management\", to any other such account or set-aside. Prohibits, however, the increase or decrease of any appropriation for such expenses by more than 5% (under current law, 10%) or $5 million, whichever is less, without prior written approval of the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations.

(Sec. 2234)

Decreases appropriations for personnel compensation and benefit expenses for:
(1) the Office of Public and Indian Housing,
(2) the Office of Community Planning and Development, and
(3) the Office of Policy Development and Research. Increases appropriations for the Office of Housing.

(Sec. 2235)

Increases appropriations for tenant-based housing rental assistance.

(Sec. 2236)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) the Public Housing Operating Fund;
(2) grants for revitalization of severely distressed public housing (HOPE VI);
(3) the Public Housing Capital Fund;
(4) Native American housing block grants.

(Sec. 2240)

Decreases appropriations for the Community Development Fund (with no funds available for Economic Development Initiative or Neighborhood Initiatives grant activities, the Rural Innovation Fund, or special purpose grants under the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974). Eliminates appropriations for a joint HUD-DOT research effort, including a rigorous evaluation of the Regional Integrated Planning Grants and Community Challenge Planning Grants programs.

(Sec. 2241)

Increases appropriations for:
(1) homeless assistance grants, and
(2) project-based housing rental assistance.

(Sec. 2242)

Decreases appropriations for:
(1) the HOME Investment Partnerships Program;
(2) housing for the elderly (with no funds available for making competitive grants to private nonprofit organizations and consumer cooperatives for covering costs of architectural and engineering work, site control, and other planning relating to the development of supportive housing for the elderly); and
(3) housing for persons with disabilities.

(Sec. 2243)

Eliminates appropriations for the following housing and related programs:
(1) Brownfields redevelopment,
(2) housing counseling assistance, and
(3) the Energy Innovation Fund.

(Sec. 2249)

Authorizes the extension of up to one year for expiring contracts for rental housing assistance in state-aided, non-insured rental housing projects.

(Sec. 2250)

Decreases the rescission of appropriations for rent supplement.

(Sec. 2251)

Increases appropriations for administrative expenses of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for loan guarantees under the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Program.

(Sec. 2252)

Increases the maximum level of FHA commitments to guarantee loans under the General and Special Risk Program Account.

(Sec. 2253)

Decreases appropriations for the Lead Hazard Reduction Program of the Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes.

(Sec. 2254)

Increases appropriations for operating expenses of the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness.

(Sec. 2255)

Amends the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act to extend the Council through FY2013.

(Sec. 2256)

Limits to appropriations for FY2003 and ensuing fiscal years the ten-year availability of amounts obligated for project rental assistance contracts for housing for the elderly and housing for persons with disabilities. Restricts the use of such amounts to payment, over the ten-year period following their expiration, of obligations incurred before their expiration.

(Sec. 2257)

Makes appropriations for housing for persons with disabilities available also for project assistance contracts for supportive housing for the elderly.

(Sec. 2258)

Eliminates appropriations under the HUD Transformation Initiative for combating mortgage fraud.

(Sec. 2259)

Revises requirements for the use of funds under the HUD Transformation Initiative. Makes appropriations for FY2011 for necessary expenses of information technology modernization, including development and deployment of a Next Generation of Voucher Management System and modernized FHA systems. Makes available for obligation no more than 35% of such funds (up from 25% in FY2010) for information technology modernization until the HUD Secretary submits to Congress a plan for the expenditure of funds for each FHA modernization project. Restricts the use of amounts available for research, evaluation, and program metrics and program demonstrations to the completion of ongoing projects, evaluations, and assessments. (In FY2010 the use of such amounts included mandatory:
(1) assessment of the housing needs of Native Americans, including sustainable building practices; and
(2) evaluation of the Moving-to-Work demonstration program.)

(Sec. 2260)

Increases appropriations for necessary expenses of the AMTRAK Office of Inspector General.

(Sec. 2261)

Declares that no rescission made by this title shall apply to any amount previously designated by Congress as an emergency requirement pursuant to a concurrent resolution on the budget or the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act).

(Sec. 2262)

Prohibits use of funds under this division to pay the salaries and expenses for the following positions:
(1) Director, White House Office of Health Reform;
(2) Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change;
(3) Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury assigned to the Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry and Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy; and
(4) White House Director of Urban Affairs. Division C: Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act - Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act or SOAR Act -

(Sec. 3004)

Authorizes the Secretary of Education to award five-year grants on a competitive basis to nonprofit organizations to carry out a program to provide expanded school choice opportunities to students who are District of Columbia (DC) residents and who come from households:
(1) receiving assistance under the supplemental nutrition assistance program under the Food and Nutrition Act of 2008; or
(2) with incomes not exceeding 185% of the poverty line, except in certain grandfathered circumstances. Requires the Secretary to provide funds to the Mayor of the District of Columbia, if the Mayor agrees to specified requirements, for:
(1) the DC public schools to improve public education, and
(2) the DC public charter schools to improve and expand quality public charter schools.

(Sec. 3005)

Prescribes requirements for schools participating in such grant programs.

(Sec. 3006)

Requires the Secretary to give priority to certain applications, including those of eligible students notified as selected for a scholarship for school year 2009-2010, which was later rescinded by the Secretary.

(Sec. 3007)

Limits the amount of assistance for school year 2011-2012 at $8,000 for grade school students and $12,000 for high school students.

(Sec. 3008)

Prescribes nondiscrimination requirements, with certain exceptions for religiously affiliated and single-sex schools. Requires each participating school to comply with any testing requirements determined necessary for evaluations which use the strongest possible research design for determining the effectiveness of the opportunity scholarship program. Requires the Secretary (through the Institute of Education Sciences of the Department of Education) to administer the nationally norm-referenced standardized test at least one time during a school year for each student receiving a scholarship if a participating school does not administer such test or the Institute does not receive data on such student.

(Sec. 3009)

Requires the Institute to use a grade appropriate, nationally norm-referenced standardized test each school year to assess participating eligible students.

(Sec. 3011)

Specifies information request, funds use monitoring, and reporting requirements to which the Mayor must agree in order to receive funds under this Act for DC public schools and DC public charter schools.

(Sec. 3012)

Repeals the DC School Choice Incentive Act of 2003. Prescribes special rules for funding opportunity scholarships for DC students.

(Sec. 3014)

Authorizes appropriations for FY2012-FY2016.

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