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Sec.310.Homeland Security Institute.Sec.311.Technology clearinghouse to encourage and support innovative solu-tions to enhance homeland security.TITLE IV—BORDER AND TRANSPORTATION SECURITYSubtitle A—General ProvisionsSec.401.Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security.Sec.402.Functions transferred.Sec.403.Visa issuance.Sec.404.Transfer of certain agricultural inspection functions of the Depart-ment of Agriculture.Sec.405.Functions of Administrator of General Services.Sec.406.Functions of Transportation Security Administration.Sec.407.Preservation of Transportation Security Administration as a distinctentity.Sec.408.Annual assessment of terrorist-related threats to public transpor-tation.Sec.409.Explosive detection systems.Sec.410.Transportation security.Subtitle B—Immigration and Nationality FunctionsC
Sec.411.Transfer of functions to under Secretary for Border and Transpor-tation Security.Sec.412.Establishment of Bureau of Border Security.Sec.413.Professional responsibility and quality review.Sec.414.Employee discipline.Sec.415.Report on improving enforcement functions.Sec.416.Sense of Congress regarding construction of fencing near San Diego,California.C
TRANSFERS OF FUNCTIONS
Sec.421.Establishment of Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services.Sec.422.Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman.Sec.423.Professional responsibility and quality review.Sec.424.Employee discipline.Sec.425.Office of Immigration Statistics within Bureau of Justice Statistics.Sec.426.Preservation of Attorney General’s authority.Sec.427.Effective date.Sec.428.Transition.
Sec.431.Funding for citizenship and immigration services.Sec.432.Backlog elimination.Sec.433.Report on improving immigration services.Sec.434.Report on responding to fluctuating needs.Sec.435.Application of Internet-based technologies.Sec.436.Children’s affairs.C