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NOTICE: This bill is a draft for use of the Committee and
its Staff only, in preparation for markup.
Calendar No. 000
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[Report No. 113-000]
Making appropriations foJ' the Departments of IJabor, IIealth and Iluman
Services, and I£dueatioll, and related agcneies fO!' the fiscal year ending
September ::W, 2014, and for' other purpORes.
IN THE SENATE OF THE uNITED STATES
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Mr'. IIARKIX, fT'Om the Committee 011 Appr'opJ'iatiolls, !'cportcd the following
or'iginal bill; whieh was read twiee and plaeed on the ealendar
A BILL
lVlaking appropriations for the Departments of I.Jahor, Health
and Human Serviees, and Edueation, and related agen­
cies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2014, and
for other purposes.
1 Be 'I:t enacted by the Senate and IIonse of Repr'esenta­
2 tives of the Un'ited States ofAmerica 'in Congress assembled,
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That the follovving sums arc appropriated, out of any
2 mOlWY in the not otherwise appropriated, for tllt'
3 of IJabor, Health and Human Services, and
4 and related agencies for the fiseal ending
September 30, 2014, and for other purposes, namely:
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7 OF Iu\.BOR
8 AND TU,AININO ADl\IINIS'l'HATION
9 THAININO AND SEHYWES
(IN(:IJlTDINU 'l'HANSFI<Ji{ OF I;'{TNDS)
11 POl' neeessary expenses of the \:VOl'kforee Investment
12 Ad of 199H (refeTTed to in this Act as "\:VIA"), the Sec­
13 ond Chance Act of 2007, the \:Vomen in Apprelltieeship
14 and Non-Traditional Oeeupations Ad of 1992 ("\V..A.J.'JTO
Ad"), and the \Vorkforee Innovation Fund, as estahlished
16 hy this Aet, $:1,2()4,21;),OOO, plus reimbursements, shall
17 he available. Of the amounts prmrided:
18 (1) for grants to States for adult employment
19 and training activities, youth acti\rities, and dis­
worker employment and trainillg activities,
21 as follows:
22 (A) $791,644,000 for adult employment
23 and training aehvities, of whieh $79,644,000
24 shall be available for the period .July 1, 2014,

through .Junt' Bnd of whieh
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$712,000,000 shall be available for the period
October 1, 2014 through June 30, 20] 5;
(B) $846,632,000 for youth activities,
which shall be available for the period April 1,
2014 through June 30, 2015; and
(C) $1,045,490,000 for dislocated worker
employrnent and training activities, of which
$185,490,000 shall be available for the period
"July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015, and of
which $860,000,000 shall be available for the
period October 1, 2014 through "June 30, 2015:
Provided, That notwithstanding the transfer limitation
under section 133(b)(4) of the WIA, up to 30 percent of
such funds may be transferred by a local board if approved
by the Governor: Provided .fi('1ther, rrhat a local board may
award a contract to an institution of higher education or
other eligible training provider if the local board deter­
mines that it would facilitate the training of multiple indi­
viduals in high-demand occupations, if such contract does
not limit customer choice: Pmvided .fi(,rther, rrhat not\vith­
standing seetion 128(a)(1) of the \ V I ~ the amount avail­
able to the Governor for statewide workforce investment
activities shall not exeeed 7.5 percent of the amount allot­
ted to the State from each of the appropriations under
the preeeding subparagraphs;
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(2) for adrnillistered programs,
$487,779,000 as follO\ys:
(A) $220,8;)9,000 for the dislocated work­
ers assistance national reserve, of which
$20,859,000 shall be available for the period
.July 1, 2014 through .June ;30, 201 ;), and of
which $200,000,000 shall be available for the
period October 1, 2014 through .June ao, 2015:
Prov'ided, That funds provided to carry ont see­
tion l:32(a)(2)(A) of the 'VIA may be used to
prm'ide assistanee to a State for statev.ride or
local UlSe in order to address where therp
have been worker dislocations aeross multiple
seeton; or aer-oss multiple local areas and suell
workers remain disloeated; eoordinate th<' State
workforce development plan V\'ith emerging eco­
nomie developrnent needs; and train sueh eligi­
ble dislocated workers: Prov'ided further, 'rhat
funds provided to out seetion 171(d) of
the 'VIA may be used fOt, demOJlstratioll
projeets that provide assistanee to lle\V entrants
in the workforee and ineurnbent workers: P1'o­
vided fil.rther, That llOlle of the funds shall he
obligated to tarry ont seetion 178(c) of the
'VIA·,
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(B) $47,467,000 for American pro­
grams, which shall be available for the period
July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015;
(C) $84,123,000 for migrant and seasonal
farmworker programs under section 167 of the
'VIA, including $77,949,000 for formula grants
(of which not less than 70 percent shall be for
employment and training services), $5,667,000
for migrant and seasonal housing (of which not
less than 70 percent shall be for permanent
housing), and $507,000 for other discretionary
purposes, \vhich shall be available for the period
1, 2014 through June 30, 2015: Provided,
That notw'ithstanding any other provision of
law or related regulation, the Depar-tment of
IJabor shall take no action limiting the number
or proportion of eligible participants receiv'ing
related assistance services or discouraging
grantees from providing such services;
(D) $994,000 for carr:y-mg out the
'V.t\i"TO Act, which shall be available for the
period July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015;
(E) $84,530,000 for YouthBuild activities
as described in section of the \\TJA, which
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shall he available for the period April 1, 2014
through eJune 30, 2015; and
(}11) $49,80G,OOO to he available to the See­
retary of T.. abor (referred to in this title as
"Seeretary") for the vVorkforee Innovation
Fund to earry out that demonstrate in­
nmrative strategies or replieate effe(:tive evi­
denee-hased strategies that align and strength­
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en the \vorkforee investment system ill order to
improve program delivery and edueation and
outeomes for henefieiaries, whieh
shall he for the period eJuly 1, 2014 through
Septemher 30, 2015: Provided, 1'hat amounts
shall be available fcw awards to States or State
agencies that are elig'ible for assistallee under
any program authori7.ed under the \VIA, eOll­
sortia of States, or partnerships, ineluding re­
gional partnerships: Provided 1'hat not
more than 5 pereent of the funds available for
workforee innovation aetivities shall be fo!' teeh­
nieal assistanee and evaluations related to the
prqjeets earried out ·with these funds: Provided
jil'rther, That the Seeretary may authoriz('
awardees to use a portion of awarded funds for
evaluation, upon the Chief Evaluation Offieer's
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approval of an evaluation plan: Pro1Jided fur­
ther, $5,000,000 of the funds provided for
the \Vorkforce Innovation Fund shall be used
for innovative and evidence-based approaches to
improving outcomes for disconnected youth:
Provrided further, up to $10,000,000 of the
funds provided for the \Vorkforee Innovation
Fund may be used for performance-based
awards or other agreements under the Pay for
Success program: Prov'ided jwrther, That any
funds obligated for Pay for Suecess prqjeets or
agreements shall remain available for disburse­
ment until eArpended, notv\'ithstanding 31
U.S.C. 1552(a), and that any funds deobligated
from sueh projeets or agreements shall imme­
diately be available for Workforee Innovation
Fund aeti"rities;
(3) for national aetivities, $92,668,000, as fo1­
lows:
(A) $6,590,000, m addition to any
amounts available under paragraph (2) for Pi­
lots, Demonstrations, and Researeh, whieh shall
be available for the period April 1, 2014
through 30, 2015;
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(B) $HO,078,OOO for ex-offender aetivities,
under the authority of section 171 of the \viA
and section 212 of the Second Chanee Aet of
2007, which shall be available for the period
April 1, 2014 through .June 80, 2015, notwith­
standing the requirements of seetion
171(b)(2)(B) or 171(e)(4)(D) of the \VIA: P1'()­
I,·ided, That of tili;;.; amount, $20,000,000 ;;.;hall
be for competitive grants to national and r('­
gional intermediarie;;.; for activitie;;.; that prepare
young ex-offenders and school dropouts for em-
p]oy'1nent, with a priority for projeets sel'vmg'
high-crime, high-poverty areas; and
(C) $6,000,000 for the \Vorkfor'ee Data
Quality Initiative, under the authority of section
171(')(2) of the \VLi\, whielt shaH he availahle
for the period .July 1, 2014 through .June ;W,
2015, and whieh shall not he subject to the re­
quirements of Rection 171 (e)( 4)( D),
(WFWE OF .JOB ('OHI't-;
'}'o earry out subtitle C of title I of the \VIA, illelud-
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' Pederal administrative expenses, the purdmRe and
hire of passenger motor vehides, the eonstrlletion, u]tel'­
ation, and repair's of buildings and other facilities, and t]w
purehase of real property for training' eenters as author­
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ized by the \VIA, $1,706,923,000, plus reimbursements,
as follows:
(1) $1,586,776,000 for Job Corps Operations,
whieh shall be available for the period July 1, 2014
through eJune 30, 2015;
(2) $90,000,000 for construction, rehabilitation
and acquisition of Job Corps Centers, which shall be
available for the period July 1, 2014 through June
30, 2017: Provided, That the Seeretary may transfer
up to 15 pereent of such funds to meet the oper­
ational needs of such centers or to achieve adminis­
trative efficiencies: Prov·ided further, That any funds
transferred pursuant to the preceding proviso shall
not be available for obligation after June 30, 2015:
Provided further, That the Committees on Appro­
priations of the House of Representatives and the
Senate are notified at least 15 days in advanee of
any transfer; and
(3) $30,147,000 for necessary expenses of the
Office of eJob Corps, which shall be available for obli­
gation for the period October 1, 2013 through Sep­
tember 30, 2014:
Prov!ided further, rl'hat no funds from any other appropria­
tion shall be used to prov"'ide meal serv"'ices at or for Job
Corps eenters.
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1 COi\1iVIlTNITY sI,mVICE I<JlVIPIJOYi\II1JNT 1,'01{
2 i\JVl FiIW 'ANs
3 earry out title V of the Older Americans Ad of
4 ] 965 (referred to in this Act as "OAA"), $447,;155,000,
5 which shall bl' available for the period July 1, 2014
6 through J'une 30, 2015, and may be recaptured and reob1i­
7 gated in aeeordanee \\'ith seetion 51 7 (e) of the (JAA.
8 AND ALIJOWANCEs
9 F'or payments during fiseal year 2014 of trade ad­
10 justment benefit payments and allowanceH under part I
It of subehapter B of chapter 2 of title II of the Trade Aet
12 of 1974, and seetioll 24(j of that Ad; and for training,
13 ernployrnent and eat.;e rna.nagernent services, allowances f()l'
14 job search and reioeation, and related State administrative
15 expenseH under part II of subchapter B of chapter 2 of
16 title II of the Trade Aet of 1974, ineluding benefit pay­
17 ments, allowaneeH, training, employrnent and case maIl­
18 agement senri('PH, and related State administratioll pro­
19 yided pursuant to 8eetion 2:31(a) of the Trade Adjustment
20 Assistanee Extension Aet of 2011, $656,000,000, together
21 with suell amounts as may be neecssary to be eharged to
22 tll(' subsequent appropriation for pa,Yl1lellts for allY period
23 subsequent to September 15, 2014.
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UNI;JMPU)YMENT AND EMPI.lOYlVmNT
HERVICE OPI;JHATIONH
For authorized administrative expenses,
$85,896,000, together with not to exceed $3,742,198,000
which may be expended from the Employment Security
Administration Account in the Unemployment Trust Fund
("the rrrust Fund"), of which:
(1) $2,911,575,000 from the Trust Fund is for
grants to States for the administration of State un­
emplo:ym(mt insurance laws as authorized under title
III of the Social Security Act (ine1uding not less
than $60,000,000 to conduct in-person reemploy­
ment and eligibility assessments and unemployment
msurance Improper payment rev:ICWS, and
$10,000,000 for activities to address the
misclassification of workers), the administration of
unemployment insurance for Federal employees and
for ex-service members as authorized under 5 U.S.C.
8501-8523, and the administration of trade read­
justment allowances, reemploJ'1llent trade adjustment
assistance, and alternative trade adjustment assist­
ance under the Trade Ad of 1974 and under section
231(a) of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Exten­
sion Act of 2011, and shall be available for obliga­
tion by the States through December 31, 2014, ex­
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cept that funds used for automation aequisitioIlS or
competitive grants awarded to States for improvC'd
operatioIls, reernployment and eligibility assessments
and improper pa.'Tlnents, or aetivities to address
mise1assifieation of w'orkers shall be available for
Fed(:'ral obligation through December in, 2014 and
for obligation by the States through SepteIllber :30,
2016, and funds used for unemployment insurance
workloads experienced by the States through Sep­
tembcr :30, 2014 shan be available for I<'ederal obli­
gation through December aI, 2014;
(2) $11,24:i,000 from the rrrust Fund is for na­
tiona} aetivities necessary to support the administra­
bOll of the Federal-State unemployment insurance
system;
(:3) $708,247,000 from the 'r1'ust Pund, to­
gether with $22,550,000 from the Genera.! P\md of
the Treasury, is for grants to States in accordance
with seetion 6 of the vVagner-Peyser Ad, of whieh
not less than $80,000,000 shall he used to provide
reemployment serviees to henefieiaries of unemploy­
mellt immranee, and shall he available for l
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obligation for the period .July 1,2014 through .June
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(4) $20,871,000 from the 'rrust Fund is for na­
tional activities of the Employment Service, includ­
ing administration of the work opportunity tax cred­
it under section 51 of the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, and the provision of technical assistance and
staff training under the \Vagner-Peyser Act, inelud­
ing not to exceed $1,166,000 that may be used for
amortization payments to States which had inde­
pendent retirement plans in their State emp}o:Ylnent
service agencies prior to 1980;
(5) $65,262,000 from the Trust Fund is for the
administration of foreign labor certifieations and re­
lated activities under the Immigration and Nation­
ality Act and related laws, of which $50,222,000
shall be available for the Federal administration of
such aetivities, and $15,040,000 shall be available
for grants to States for the administration of such
activities;
(6) $63,346,000 from the General Fund is to
provide workforce information, national electronic
tools, and one-stop system building under the \Vag­
ner-Peyser Act and section 171 (e)(2)(C) of the
'VIA and shall be available for Federal obligation for
the period .July 1, 2014 through .June 30, 2015; and
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1 (7) $25,000,000 from the Trust ii'> for
2 competitive grants to States for' the administration
3 alld evaluation of demol1i'>tration projPcts uIHler sec­
4 tion :305 of the Social Security Ad. (as added by sec­
5 tion 2102 of the Middle Class 'rax Relief Act and
6 .Joh Creation Ad of 20] 2), exeept that section
7 :305(d)(:n shall be applied by i'>ubstituting "2017"
8 for "20] 5", and these nlllds shall be available for
9 Federal obligation through December :3], 2017:
10 Provided, That to the extent that the Average \Veekly lu­
II sured Unemployment (".A.\vJU") for fiseal year 2014 is
12 projeeted by the Department of IJubor to exceed
13 ,000, an additional $28,600,000 froIll the rrrust
14 Fund shall be available for obligation fot' ('Very 100,000
l5 increase in the A\VIU level (including' a pro rata amount
16 for allY increment less than 100,0(0) to carry out title
l7 III of the Social Security Act: Provided further, 'nwt
18 funds appropJ'iated in this Act that are a llotted to a State
19 to carry out activities under title III of the Seeurity
20 Act may be used b)T sneh State to assist other 8tates in
21 earr;ving out activities under suell title III if the other
22 States in elude areas that have suffered a major di:-mster
23 dedared by the President under the Robert T. Stafford
24 Disaster Relief and Emergeney Assistanee Act: Provided
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I for gTants to States under title III of the Social Security
2 Act to make pa)'ments on behalf of States for the use of
3 the Directory of Hires under section
4 453(j)(8) of such Act: Provided further, That funds appro­
priated in this Act which are used to establish a national
6 one-stop career center system, or which are used to sup­
7 port the national activities of the unemploy­
8 ment insurance or immigTation programs, may be obli­
9 gated in contracts, grants, or agreements with non-State
entities: Provided jitrther, rrhat States awarded competi­
11 tive grants for improved operations under title III of the
12 Social Security Act, or awarded grants to support the na­
13 tional activities of the Federal-State unemployment insur­
14 ance system, may award subgrants to other States under
such grants, subject to the conditions applicable to the
16 grants: Provided further, That funds appropriated under
17 this Act for aetivities authorized under title III of the So­
18 cial Security Act and the \Vagner-Peyser Act may be used
19 by States to fund integrated Unemplo,}ment Insurance
and Employment Service automation efforts, notwith­
21 standing cost allocation principles prescribed under the
22 Office of .Management and Budget Cireular A-87: Pm­
23 vided further, That the Secretary, at the request of a State
24 participating in a consortium \vith other States, may
reallot funds allotted to such State under title III of the
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Social SC('urit:v Act to other States participating in the
consortium in order to carry out activities that benefit the
administration of the unernployment compensation law of
the State making the request: Provided jkrthrl', That the
may collect fees for the associated with
additional data eolleetion, allaly:seR, and reporting servic(,R
relating to the National AgTieultural 'Yorkers Survey re­
quested by State and local governments, public and private
institutions of higher education, and non-profit orgalli:t;a­
ti011R and may utiJi:t;e :such sums, in aeeordanee with tIle
provisions of 29 U.S.C. 9a, for the National Agrieultural
\Yorkers Survey infraRtrueture, methodology, and data to
meet tht> information collection and reporting needs of
such entitieR, 'which shall be eredited to this appropriatioJl
and shall remain available until September ;30, 2015, for
sueh pur'poses.
III addition, $20,000,000 from the Employment S('­
eurity Administration Aceonnt of the ITnemployment
'rrust }11nnd shall be available to condnd in-person reem­
ployment and ('ligibility assessments and unemploYlnent
lw;;uranee improper payment reviews.
STATI;; PAID LEAVI;: PUND
For grants and contracts to assist in the start-up of
new paid leave programs in the States, $5,000,000.
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rl'O THE liNEMPIi}YlVmNT THUST 1;'UND A.KD
OTIll"JR FeNDS
For repayable advances to the Unemployment Trust
Fund as authorized by sections 905( d) and 1208 of the
Social Security Act, and to the Black IJung Disability
Trust Fund as authorized by section 9501(c)(1) of the In­
ternal Revenue Code of 1986; and for nonrepayable ad­
vances to the revolving fund established by section 901(e)
of the Social Seeurity Act, to the U nemplo:yment Trust
Fund as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 8509, and to the "Federal
Unemplo;yment Benefits and Allowanees)) aceount, such
sums as may be neeessary, which shall be available for
obligation through September 80, 2015.
PHOGRAM ADl\UNISrrRATIO.K
For expenses of administering employment and train­
ing programs, $100,994,000, together \vith not to exceed
$50,608,000 which may be expended from the Employ­
ment Seeurity Administration Aceount in the Unemploy­
ment Trust ]lund.
E:\IPLOYEE; BENEI;'l'l'S SECURITY ADMI.KI8THATION
AND EXPE;NSE;S
For necessary expenses for the Employee Benefits
Security Administration, $176,472,000.
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1 BE!\,EI<TI' (}ITAnANTY COlU'()HNl'ION
2 PENN.ION OL\IL\NTY COl{POl{Nl'lON 1<'FNl>
3 The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ("Cor­
4 poration") is authorized to !nake slwh expenditures, in­
S eluding fillancial assistance authorized by subtitk' E of
6 title IV of the Employee Retil'ement Income Security Ad
7 of 1974, within limits of funds and borrowing authority
8 available to the Corpor'atioll, and ill accord 'with Imv, and
9 to make suell contI'acts and commitments without regard
10 to fiscal yem' limitatiolls, as provided by U.S.C. 9104,
11 as may he necessary in carrying out the program, inchul­
12 iug associated administrative expenses, through Sep­
13 teln1>er :30, 2014, for the Corporation: Provided, That
14 none of tl Le funds available to the Corporation for fiseal
15 year 2014 shall be available for oblig'ations for' adrninistra­
16 tive expenses in exeess of $505,441,000: Pmvided fiuther,
17 That to the extent that the munber of new plan partjei­
18 pants in plans terminated by the Corporation exceeds
19 100,000 in fiscal year 2014, an amount not to exeeed all
20 additional $9,200,000 shall be available through Sep­
21 ternber :30, 2015, for obligation for (Hhninistrative ex­
22 penses for every 20,000 additional terminated partici­
23 pants: Pmv'£cZcd .f1.uiher, '1'hat an additional $50,000 shall
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$25,000,000 in assets received by the Corporation as a
result of new plan terminations or asset grmvth, after ap­
proval by the Office of lVIanagement and Budget and noti­
fication of the Committees on Appropriations of the House
of Representatives and the Senate: Pro'V'ided further, That
obligations in excess of the amounts provided in this para­
graph may be incurred for unforeseen and extraordinary
pretermination expenses or extraordinary multi employer
program related expenses after approval by the Office of
Management and Budget and notification of the Commit­
tees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives
and the Senate.
WA<HJ AND HOllI{ DIVI8IO:,\!
SAIJAHms AND EXPENSES
For necessary expenses for the \Vage and Hour Divi­
sion, including reimbursement to State, Federal, and local
agencies and their employees for inspection services ren­
dered, $243,254,000.
OI;'I;'ICJ<J OF I.JABOR-lVIANAGEMEN'l' S'l'ANDAHDS
SAIJAHms AND EXPI;JNSE:S
For necessary expenses for the Office of I..Iabor-lVlan­
agement Standards, $41,206,000.
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1 OI;' (;ON'1'RACT CO:VIPUANCE
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3 AND
4 necessary expenses for the Office of .F'ederal Con-
S tract Compliance Programs, $106,000,000.
6 OF COl\IPENSATlON PI{OUl{AlVlH
7 SAIJAlUEH AND
8 For necessary expenses for the Offiee of \Vorkers'
9 Compensation ProgTams, $115,488,000, together \vith
10 $2,116,000 which may be expended from the Special ]1"'und
11 in accordance with sections :39(e), 44(d), and 44(j) of thp
12 lj()ljg'shore and Harbor'Vorkers' Compensation Ad.
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15 }1"'or the pa:vment of compensation, benefits, and ex­
16 penses (except administrative expenses) aeeruing during
17 the eurrent or any prior f'iseal year authorized by 5 U.S.C.
18 81; eontinuatioll of benefits as provided for under the
19 heading "Civilian \Val' Benefits)) in the I<"'ederal Seeurity
20 Agency Appropriation Ad, 1947; the Employees' Com­
21 pensatioll Commission Appropriation Ad, 1944; seetiolls
22 4(0) and 5(f) of the \Var Claims Ad of 1948; and 50 pe\'­
23 ecnt of the additional eompensation and bellefitfi required
24 by seetion 10(h) of the I.Jongshore and Harbor \Vorkers'
25 Compensatioll Ad, $:396,000,000, together with sneh
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amounts as may be necessary to be charged to the subse­
quent year appropriation for the pa:rwent of compensation
and other benefits for any period subsequent to August
15 of the current year: Pr'O'1rided, That amounts appro­
priated may be used under 5 L.S.C. 8104 by the Secretary
to reimburse an employer, who is not the employer at the
time of injury, for portions of the salary of are-employed,
disabled beneficiary: Pr'om:ded further, That balances of re­
imbursements unobligated on September 30, 2013, shan
remain available until e:XlJended for the pa;ywent of com­
pensation, benefits, and expenses: Provided further', That
in addition there shall be transferred to this appropriation
from the Postal Service and from any other corporation
or instrumentality required under 5 L.S.C. 8147(c) to pay
an amount for its fair share of the cost of administration,
such sums as the Secretary determines to be the cost of
administration for employees of such fair share entities
through September 30, 2014: Prav'ided furthe'r, That of
those funds transferred to this account from the fair share
entities to pay the cost of administration of the Federal
Employees' Compensation Act, $60,017,000 shall be made
available to the Secretary as follows:
(1) For enhancement and maintenance of auto­
mated data processing systems operations and tele­
cOllullunications systems, $19,499,000;
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atiolls, including document imaging, eentralized mail
intake, and rnedieal bill proeessing, $22,9(:ib,OOOj
(:3) }1'or periodie roll disability management and
medical l'eview, $16,190,000;
(4) For program integrity, $l,B60,OOO; and
(5) '1'he remaining funds shall be paid into the
aH mifScellaneolls receipts:
Provided .tlJrthe1', That the Secretary may require that any
person filing a llotiee of injury or a elaim for benefitH
under 5 U.S.C. 81, or the IJ(mgshore and Harbor \Vork­
ers' Compen:-;ation Ad, provide as part of sueh notiet' and
claim, sueh identifYing' information (ineluding Social Secu­
rity aeeount number) as such f'egulations may prescribe.
SPECIAl; FOI{ COAl; NIlNI<JR;";
POI' earrying out title nr of the Pederal .Mine Safety
and Health Ad of 1977, as amended by Publie 107­
275, $9b,2:35,OOO, to remain available until expended.
For making after .July :31 of the eurrent year,
benefit to individuals under title IV of suell .A.d,
i'm' eosts incurred in the enITent fiseal year, sneh amonnts
as may he
For making benefit payments uuder title IV for the
first quarter of fiHeal year 20] 5, $24,000,000, to remain
available until expended.
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OCCUPATIONAIJ IIJIJNESS CO:VWI;jNSATION FUND
:P'or necessary expenses to administer the Energy
Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program
Act, $55,176,000, to remain available until expended: Pro­
v'ided, That the Secretary may require that any person fil­
ing a claim for benefits under the Act provide as part of
such claim such identifying information (including Social
Security account number) as may be prescribed.
(INCIJUDING OF FUNDS)
Such sums as may be necessary from the Black IJung
Disability Trust Fund (the "Fund"), to remain available
until expended, for pa)'lnent of all benefits authorized by
section 9501(d)(1), (2), (6), and (7) of the Internal Rev­
enue Code of 1986; and repayment of, and payment of
interest on advances, as au thorized by section 9501 ( d)( 4)
of that Act. In addition, the following amounts may be
expended from the Fund for fiscal year 2°14 for expenses
of operation and administration of the Black Imng Bene­
fits program, as authorized by section 9501(d)(5): not to
exceed $33,033,000 for transfer to the Office of \Vorkers'
Compensation Programs, "Salaries and Expenses"; not to
exceed $25,:365,000 for transfer to Departmental Manage­
ment, "Salaries and E:X'Penses"; not to exceed $327,000
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2 speetor General"; and not to exeeed $a56,000 for pay­
3 ments into miseellaneolls for the expenses of the
4 Department of the Treasury.
5 O( '( IIEALTI I A))lVIINIS'rIUTION
6 SALAm I<JS AN))
7 necessary expenses for the Occupational
8 and Health Administration, $567,012,000, induding' not
9 to exeeed $103,987,000 vvhieh shall be the maximum
] 0 amount available for grants to States under seetion 2:3(g)
11 of the Oeellpational Safety and Health Aet (the "Act"),
12 'whieh grants shall be no less than 50 percent of the costs
13 of State oceupational safety and health programs required
14 to be under plans approved by the Secl'etary
15 under seetion 1t! of the Act; and, in addition, notwith­
16 standing 31 U.S.C. the Ocellpational Safety and
17 Health Administration may retain up to $200,000 per fis­
18 cal year of training institute eourfm tuition fees, othenvise
19 authorized by law to be collected, and may utilize sneh
20 sums for oeeupationa] safety and health training' and edu­
21 eatioll: Provided, rrhat notwitlu.:;tandillg :31 U.S.C.
22 the Seeretary is authorized, during' the fiseal year ending
23 September 80, 20] 4, to eolleet and retain fees for
24 provided to Nationally Hecognized Testing Laboratories,
25 and rnay utilize sueh sumR, in aeeordmwe with the provi­
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SlOns of 29 U.S.C. 9a, to administer national and inter­
national laboratory recognition programs that ensure the
safety of equipment and products used by workers in the
workplace: Pmvided further, That none of the funds ap­
propriated under this paragraph shall be obligated or ex­
pended to prescribe, issue, administer, or enforce any
standard, rule, regulation, or order under the Act which
is applicable to any person who is engaged in a farming
operation which does not maintain a temporary labor
eamp and employs 10 or fewer employees: Provided jitr­
ther, That no funds appropriated under this paragraph
shall be obligated or expended to administer or enforce
any standard, rule, regulation, or order under the Act w i t h
respect to any employer of 10 or fewer employees who is
in eluded \vithin a eategory having a Days Away, Re­
stricted, or Transferred ("DART") oecupational injury
and illness rate, at the most preeise industrial classifiea­
tion eode for which sueh data are published, less than the
national average rate as sueh rates are most recently pub­
lished by the Seeretary, aeting through the Bureau of
IJabor Statisties, in aceordanee\;vith seetion 24 of the Act,
exeept­
(1) to provide, as authorized by the Ad, eon­
sultation, teehnical assistance, edueational and train­
ing serviees, and to eonduet surveys and studies;
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(2) to conduct an inspection or investigation 1II
response to an employee to issue a cita­
tiOll for violations found during such inspeetioIl, and
to assess a penalty for violations which are not eor­
l'eeted \vitltin a reasonable abatement period and for
any willful violations found;
03) to take any aetion authorized by the Aet
\vitll respeet to imminent dangers;
(4) to take any aetioll authorized by the Ad
\vith respect to health hazards;
(;)) to take any aetion authorized by the Aet
'with rcspeet to a l'eport of an employment accident
which is fatal to one or' Inore employees or which re­
suIts in hospitalizatioll of two or more employees,
and to take allY aetion pursuant to tmeh investiga­
tion authorized by the Aet; and
(6) to take any action authorized by the Act
with respect to complaints of discriminatiou against
employees for cxereising rights under the Aet:
Pr'Ovilied /il'rthe'l', rrhat the foregoiIlg proviso shall not
apply to any person who ii-> engaged in a farming operation
whieh does not rnaintain a tmnporary labor earnp and em­
ploys 10 or fewer employees: Provided .ll.trther, That
$10,709,000 shall be available for SUi->iUl Harwood traill­
ing grants.
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SAl"I<;TY AND HEALTII
SALARIE-:S AND I<;XPI<;NSES
(lNCLJGDINCl: TltL\NSWI<JR OF }1'UNDS)
For necessary expenses for the :'Mine Safety and
Health Administration, $380,721,000, including purchase
and bestowal of certificates and trophies in connection
with mine rescue and first-aid work, and the hire of pas­
senger motor vehicles, including up to $2,000,000 for
mine rescue and recovery activities; in addition, not to ex­
ceed $750,000 may be collected by the National l\fine
Health and Safety Academy for room, board, tuition, and
the sale of training materials, otherwise authorized by law
to be collected, to be available for mine safety and health
education and training activities, notwithstanding 31
U.S.C. 3302; in addition, the :Mine Safety and Health Ad­
ministration is authorized to collect and retain up to
$2,499,000 from fees collected for the approval and cer­
tification of equipment, materials, and explosives for use
in mines, and may utilize such sums for such activities,
not\\tithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302; in addition, the lVline
Safety and Health Administration is authorized to collect
and retain fees for services related to the analysis of rock
dust samples, and may utilize such sums to administer
sueh activities, not\\tithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302; the Sec­
retary is authorized to accept lands, buildings, equipment,
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and other eontrilmtions from public and p6vate sources
and to prosecute projects ill cooperation with other ag'('Il­
Pederal, State, or private; the Aline Safety and
Health Administration is authori:t:ed to promote health
and education and training in the minillg' commu­
nity through (;ooperatlve progTarm; with States, industry,
and safety associations; the Secretary is authori:t:ed to l'ec­
ognlz-;e tlle A. Holmes Safety Association as a prin­
eipal safety and, notvl'ithstanding' any other
provision of law, may provide funds and, 'with or without
reimbursement, persolluel, including servi(:e of l\line Safe­
ty and Ilealt]I Administration officials as officer:-; in loeal
or' in the national organization; any funds avail­
ab]p to the Department of l ... abormay be used, with tlIe
approval of the Secretary, to provide for the of mine
and sunival operations in the event of a major dis­
aster; and the Secretary may reallocate }unong' the items
fimded Imder this heading up to $3,000,000 to support
inspections or investigation:=;; pursuant to seetion 1m3 of
the Fedet'al Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977: Pro­
vidcd, That the SeCl'etary may transfer sueh sums 11:-:; may
be necessary to "Departrnental l\lanagcmcllt" for the ()f­
fiee of the Solieitor move related to tIl(' of' the
Aline Safety and Health Acilninistratioll headquarters.
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BUHEAu OJ<' IJABOH S1'A1'IS'1'rC8
SALARlI!:S AND I{;XPgNSES
For necessary expenses for the Bureau of IJabor Sta­
tistics, including advances or reimbursements to State,
Federal, and local agencies and their employees for serv­
ices rendered, $542,811,000, together with not to exceed
$67,041,000 which may be expended from the Employ­
ment Security Administration account in the U nemploy­
ment Trust "BlInd.
OFI<'ICJ<] ()Ii' EMP!J()YMENT
AND EXPENSES
For necessary expenses for the Office of Disability
Employment Policy to provide leadership, develop policy
and initiatives, and award grants furthering the objective
of eliminating barriers to the training and emplo,yment of
people 'with disabilities, $42,432,000.
1VlANAGEMEN'l'
(I Neill) DING 'rHANSI,'J<JR (W I<'GNDS)
j1-'or necessary expenses for Departmental :Manage­
ment, including the hire of three passenger motor vehicles,
$346,359,000, together \vith not to exceed $326,000,
which may be expended from the Employment Seeurity
Administration account in the Unemployrnent Trust
Fund: Provided, That $66,375,000 for the Bureau of
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International IJabor Affairs shall be available for obliga­
tion through Deeember :11, 2014: Provided fitr'ther, That
funds availahle to the Bureau of Illtel'llational I.Jabor' Af­
fairs may be used to administer or operate international
labor aetivities, bilateral and multilateral tedmieal assist­
anee, and mierofinanee programs, by or through eontraets,
grants, suhgrants and other arrangements: Provided fur­
ther, That not more than $59,887,000 shall be for pro­
grams to eornbat exploitative labor internationally
and not less than $6,488,000 shall he used to implernent
model prograrns that address \vorker rights issues through
teehnieal assistanee ill eountries w'ith whidl the United
States has free trade agreements or trade preferenee pro­
grams: PrmFided furthm', 'rhat $8,467,000 Rhall be used
for progTam evaluation and shall he available for obliga­
tion through September :-W, 2015: Provided fin'ther, 'rhat
funds available for program evaluation may be transferred
to any other appropriate aeeount in the Department for
sneh purpose: Provided That the funds available
to the \Vornen's Bureau may be used for grants to serve
and promote the interests of women in the workforce,
VI';'I'EI{i\:\i:-\ l<}l\IPU)Yl\UJN'I' AND 'l'IL\ININO
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Seem'ity Administration aceount in the Un­
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chapters 41, 42, and 43 of title 38, United States Code,
of which:
(1) $203,081,000 is for Jobs for Veterans State
grants under 38 U.S.C. 4102A(b)(5) to support dis­
abled veterans' outreach program specialists under
section 4103A of such title and local veterans' em­
ployment representatives under section 4104(b) of
such title, and for the expenses deseribed in section
41 02A(b) (5) (C), whieh shall be available for obliga­
tion by the States through December 31, 2014: Pro­
v'ided, That, in addition, such funds may be used to
support such speeialists and representatives in the
provision of services to transitioning members of the
.-.tllmed Forces who have partieipated in the Transi­
tion Assistance Program and have been identified as
in need of intensive serviees, to members of the
Armed Forces who are wounded, ill, or injured and
receiving treatment in military treatment facilities or
warrior transition units, and to the spouses or other
family caregivers of sueh wounded, ill, or injured
members;
(2) $14,000,000 if for carrying out the Transi­
tion Assistance Program under 38 U.S.C. 4113 and
10 U.S.C. 1144;
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(3) $41,8:18,000 is for FedeI'al administration
2 of chapters 41, 42, and 4:3 of title :38, United States
3 Code; and
4 (4) $:3,414,000 IS for the National Veterans'
5 J1Jmplo.Y'Tnent and rrraining Services Institute under
6 38 lJ ,S.C. 4109:
7 Provided jil.rtlwr, That the Secretary may realloeate
8 among the appropriations provided under paragntphs (1)
9 through (4) above an amount not to exeeed percent of
LO the appropriation from which such reallocation is mude.
11 III addition, from the General Fund of the Trpasury,
12 $:38,185,000 is for cafTying out the Homeless Veterans
13 Heintegration Programs under U.S.C. 2021.
14 IT l\1ODERNIZA'l'ION
15 For neeessary expenses for Department of een­
16 tralized infrastrlleture technology investrnent activities re­
17 lated to support systems and modernization, $19,775,000.
18 (W[,lICE OF OIi;NEH,AIJ
19 salaries and expenses of the Offiee of Illspeetor
20 General in carrying out the provisions of the Inspector
2] General Ad of 1978, $77,6:34,000, together with not to
22 exeeed $5,88G,OOO whieh may be expended from the Ern­
23 ployment Beeurity Admiui:;;;tration aeeount in the Unern­
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Sgc. 101. None of the funds appropriated by this Act
for the Job Corps shall be used to pay the salary and bo­
nuses of an individual, either as direct costs or any prora­
tion as an indirect cost, at a rate in excess of Executive
Ijevel II.
0)1' I"CNDS)
SHiC. 102. Not to exceed 1 percent of any discre­
tionary funds (pursuant to the Balanced Budget and
Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985) which are appro­
priated for the current fiscal year for the Department of
Jjabor in this Act may be transferred between a program,
project, or activity, but no such program, project, or activ­
ity shall be increased by more than 3 percent by any such
transfer: Prov'ided, That the transfer authority granted by
this section shall not be used to create any new program
or to fund any project or activity for which no funds are
provided in this Act: Provided further', That the Commit­
tees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives
and the Senate are notified at least 15 days in advance
of any transfer.
103. In accordance \"ith Executive Order
13126, none of the funds appropriated or otherwise made
available pursuant to this Act shall be obligated or ex­
pended for the procurement of goods mined, produced,
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manufaetured, or harTested or serviees rendered, in "whole
2 or in part, by forced or indentured child labor in industries
3 anct host alread.v identified by the United States
4 Department of IJabor prior to enactment of this Ad.
Sgc. 104. None of the funds made available to the
6 Department of IJabor for grants under seetion 414( of
7 the American Competitiveness and \Vorkforee Improve­
8 ment Ad of 199R may he used for any purpose other than
9 competitive grants for training in the occupations and iIl­
dnstries for which employers are using H-l B visas to hire
11 foreign workers, and the related activities necessary to
12 snpport sueh training'.
13 '. 105, None of the funds made available by this
14 Ad under the heading "Employrnellt and Training Ad­
ministration" shall he used by a recipient or
16 of sueh funds to pay the salary a.nd bonuses of an indi­
17 vidual, either as direet eosts or indirect costs, at a rate
18 in excess of Exeeutive IJevel II. 'rhis limitation shall Hot
19 apply to vendors IH'oviding goods and services as defilled
in Offiee of Management and Budget Circular A-1:1:3.
21 \Vhere States are recipients of snch funds, Htates may es­
22 tablish a lfrwer limit for salaries and bonuses of those re­
23 eeiving sa.1aries and bonuses frorl:l subreeipients of such
24 funds, taking into ac('ount faetors ineluding tlw relative
cost-of-living in the State, the compensation levels for
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] comparable State or local government employees, and the
2 size of the organizations that administer Federal pro­
3 grams involved including Employment and Training Ad­
4 ministration programs. Not\\''ithstanding this section, the
5 limitation on salaries for the ~ J o b Corps shall continue to
6 be governed by section 101.
7 Sgc. 106. The Secretary shall take no action to
8 amend, through regulatory or administration action, the
9 definition established in section 667.220 of title 20 of the
10 Code of Federal Regulations for iilnctions and activities
11 under title I of \\U, or to modifY, through regulatory or
12 administrative action, the procedure for redesignation of
13 local areas as specified in subtitle B of title I of that Act
14 (including applying the standards specified in section
15 116(a)(3)(B) of that Act, but notv,'ithstanding the time
16 limits specified in section 116(a)(3)(B) of that Aet), until
17 such time as legislation reauthorizing the Act is enacted.
18 Nothing in the preceding sentence shall permit or require
19 the Secretary to ",,'ithdraw approval for such redesignation
20 from a State that received the approval not later than Oc­
21 tober 12, 2005, or to revise action taken or modifY the
22 redesignation procedure being used by the Secretary in
23 order to complete such redesignation for a State that initi­
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request for suell redesignation not later than Oetober 26,
2005.
(IN(,L(iJ)JNO 01" l"llNDS)
SEC. 107. Notwithstanding section 102, the See­
retary may transfer funds made available to the Employ­
ment and rrraiuing Administration by this Act, either di­
rectly or through a set-aside, for tedmical a.ssistanee seI'V­
iees to grantees to "ProgTam Administration" when it is
determilled that those services will be more t'fficieutly per­
formed by l<'ederal employees: Provided, rrbat this seetioll
shall not apply to section 17:1A(f)(2) of the 'VL\'.
'l'HANSI,'ER (w (,'CNDS)
SI<](,. 108. (a) 'rhe Secretary may rcserTe not more
than 0.5 pereent from caeh appropriation made available
in this Act identified in suhseetioll (b) in onler to carry
out evaluations of any of the programs or activities that
are funded under sneh aeeounts. Any funds reserved under
tll is section shall be transferred to "Departmental :.vIan­
agemellt" for use by the Offiee of the Chief
Offieer \vitllin the Department of l ..ahor, and shall be
available for obligation throug'h September BO, 2015: P;'o­
'Iyided, rrhut SUdl fund::;; shall only be available if the Chief
Evaluation Officer of' the Department of Ilubor submit::;;
a plan to the Committees on Appropriations of the House
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of Representatives and the Senate describing the evalua­
tions to be carried out 15 days in advance of any transfer.
(b) The accounts referred to in subsection (a) are:
"Training and Employment Services", "Office of Job
Corps", "Community Service Employment for Older
Americans", "State U nemplo)!Jnent Insurance and Em­
ployrnent Service Operations", "Employee Benefits Secu­
rity Administration", "Office of \Vorkers' Compensation
Prof.,rrams", "\Vage and Hour Division", "Office of Fed­
eral Contract Compliance Programs", "Office of Labor
Management Standards", "Occupational Safety and
Health Administration", "Mine Safety and Health Admin­
istration", funding made available to the "Bureau of
International ... !\ffairs" and "\Vomen's Bureau" within the
"Departmental lVlanagement, Salaries and Expenses" ac­
count, and "Veterans Emplo)!Jnent and Training-".
SI<JC. 109. (a) Of the funds appropriated under sec­
tion 272(b) of the Trade Act of 1974 for fiscal year 2014,
the Secretary may reserve no more than 3 percent of such
funds to conduct evaluations and provide technical assist­
ance relating to the activities carried out under section
271 of such Act, including activities carried out under
such section supported by the appropriations provided for
fiscal years 2011 through 2013.
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1 (b) Institutions of higher education grants
2 under section 271 of the Trade Act of 1974 may axvard
3 to other institutions of higher edlwatioll that
4 meet the definition of "eligihle institution" under section
271 (b)(1 )(1\) of sueh Act, to the conditions appli­
6 eable to sueh grants.
9 To PAY VVAOEN AND IJINT CONTI{J\(:TOHS VIO­
b\'l'lNO CONTHACTN.-40 17.H.C. :3144, is amended­
11 (1) in the title, by striking "of Comptroller
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14 Comptroller General" and inserting "The Hecretary
of Labor".
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17 .A.NIOl'NTN 1"OI{ U?\PAID \VA(HJN AND DAM­
18 U.H.C. 3708, is amended in subsedion (h)(3),
19 by­
(1) striking "Tbe Cornptroller in t11e
21 first sentence amI inserting "The Secretary of
22 Labor"; and
23 (2) striking "the Comptroller General" in the
24 seeond sentence and inserting "the Hecretary of
I.Jabor".
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S.mc. 111. (a) Section 5315 of title 5, United States
Code, is amended after the item relating to the Assistant
Secretaries of Labor by inserting "Administrator, \Vage
and Hour Division, Department of I,abor."
(b) Section 5:316, title 5, United States Code, is
amended by striking "Administrator, \Vage and Hour and
Public Contracts Division, Department of I,abor."
SIiJC. 112. (a) FUiJXlBIUTY \VITH R.mSPgCT TO TIl.m
CROSSING (W H-2B NONIMMIORANTS \VORKINO IN TIll']
SgAFOOD INDUSTRY
(1) IN to paragraph (2), if
a petition for H-2B nonimmigrants filed by an em­
ployer in the seafood industry is granted, the em­
ployer may bring the nonimmigrants described in
the petition into the United States at any time dur­
ing the 120-day period beginning on the start date
for which the employer is seeking the serviees of the
nonimmigrants without filing another petition.
(2) I,'OI{ CHOSSINOS AFTliJR
90TII DAY.-1:\n employer in the seafood industry
may not bring' H-2B nonimmigrants into the United
States after the date that is 90 days after the start
date for which the employer is seeking the serVICes
of the nonimmigrants unless the employer­
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(A) completes a ne,,' assessment of the
local labor market by­
(i) listing job orders in local news­
papers on 2 separate Sundays; and
(ij) posting the job opportunity on the
appropriate Department of TJabor Elec­
tronic Job Registry and at the employer's
place of employ-rnent; and
(B) offers the job to all equally or hetter
qualified United States worker who­
(i) applies for the job; and
(ii) will be available at the time and
place of' need.
(:1) I"IWl\l WITll
TO :-\TAOOI<jlUNO.-1'he Secretary of Jjabor shall not
consider an employer in the seafood industry who
brings H-2B nonimmigrants into the United States
during the 120-day period specified in paragraph (1)
to be staggering the date of need in of sec­
tioll ()55.20(d) of title 20, Code of Federal Regula­
tion8, or any other applicable provision of'law.
(b) 1I-2B NONI:\LVIIOIL\N'I':-\ DgI"INIBD.-In this see­
tiol1, the term "1I-2B nonimmigrants" means aliens ad­
mitted to the United States pursuant to sedion
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101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(B) of the Immigration and Nationality
Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(B)).
(c) CONSUL,TA'l'ION AND DEt,EOATION AUTHOHITY.­
(1) IN OENERALJ.-Section 214(c) of the Immi­
gration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1184(c)) is
amended­
(A) in paragraph (1), by adding at the end
the following: "In this subsection, the term
'consultation' includes, with respect to non-
immigrants described III section
101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(B), the authority of the Sec­
retary of Ijabor to issue labor market deter­
minations, including temporary labor certifi­
cations, and to establish regulations and policies
for such issuance, including determining the ap­
propriate prevailing wage rates for occupations
in which such nonimmigrants will be em­
ployed."; and
(B) in paragraph (14)(B) (8 U.S.C.
1184(c)(14)(B)) is amended by striking "sub­
paragraph (A)(i)" and inserting "subparagraph
(A)".
(2) EFI,'ECTIVE DATE.-The amendment made
by paragraph (l)(A) shall apply to the promulgation
of regulations, the issuance of labor market deter­
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1 minations, and other actions carried out by the Se(:­
2 retar'v of Labor and the Secretary of Homeland Se­

3 before, on, or after the date of the enactment
4 of this Act.
5 (d) (w CO,K::-;'l'lWCTION.-Nothing in the
6 amendments made by this seetioll may be ('ollstrued to
7 limit or modify any other authority provided OJ' exereised
8 under section 214(c) of the ImmigTatioll and Xationality
9 Act (8 U.S.C. 1184(c)) or any other law governing the
10 authority of the Secretary of Homeland Security, the See­
11 reta1',v of Labor, or any other officer or employee of the
t2 }1\'deral Government.
13 This title may be cited as the "Department of Labor
14 Appropriations Ad, 2014".
15 TITl.. E II
16 DI1JPARTMENT OP HEALTH JL'\JD HIrMAN
17 SJ1JR\lICES
t 9 PJ{fl\L\I{Y II EAUl'II CAHE
20F\)J' carrying out titles II and III of the Public Health
21 Service Ad (referred to in this Act as the "PHS Ad")
22 with respeet to primary health eare and the Native llawHi­
23 ian Health Car'e Aet. of 1988, $1,574,ti4ti,OOO: Provided,
24 That no more than $40,000 shal1 be available until ex­
25 pended fcw ealTying out the provisions of seetion 224(0)
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of the PHS Act, ineluding' associated administrative ex­
penses and relevant evaluations: Pro'vid£dfwrther, That no
more than $94,893,000 shall be available until expended
for carrying out the provisions of Public l,aw 104-73 and
for expenses incurred by the Department of Health and
Human Services (referred to in this Act as "HHS") per­
taining to administrative claims made under such law:
Provided further, That all funds provided for Health Cen­
tel'S program, as defined by section 330 of the PHS Act,
by this Act or any other Act for fiscal year 2014 shall
be obligated by the Secretary of Health and Human Serv­
ices (referred to in this title as "Secretary") by September
30, 2014, of which not less than $142,000,000 shall be
made available as base grant adjustments and of which
. not less than $700,000,000 shall be used to support new
access points including approved and unfunded applica­
tions from fiscal year 2013, grants to expand medical serv­
ices, behavioral health, oral health, pharmacy, and 'vision
services, and costs associated with the HHS administra­
tion of these grants.
IlEAurH WORKJ;'ORCE
For carrying out titles III, 'TIl, and VIII of the PHS
Act with respect to the health workforce, section 1128E
of the Social Security Act, and the Health Care Quality
Improvement Act of 1986, $773,190,000: Provided, 'rhat
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seetions 8400-1(b), 747(c)(2), 751 (j)(2), 762(k), and tIle
2 proportional fimding amounts in paragraphs (1) through
3 (4) of section 756(e) of the PHS Act shall lIot apply to
4 funds made available under this heading: Provided fin'ther,
That for any progTam operating under section 751 of the
6 PHS Ad OIl or hefore .January 1, 2009, the Secretary may
7 hereafter waive any of the requirements contained in
8 tions 751 (d)(2)(A) and 751(d)(2)(B) of sueh Act for the
9 full project period of a grant under sueh sedion: Prmyidcd
./1uthcr, That in addition to fees authorized by section
11 427(b) of the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of
12 19RG, fees shall he collected for the fnll disclosure of infor­
13 mation under Act sufficient to recover the full eosts
14 of operating the National Praetitiol1er Data Bank and
shall remain available until expended to carry out that
16 Ad: Provided ,f/l'rther, That fees colleetl'd for the full dis­
17 closure of information under the "Health Care Fraud and
18 Abuse Data Collection ProhJ'l'am", authorill,ed by seetiou
19 112RE(d)(2) of the Social Securit,Y Act, shall he suffieient
to ,'('cover the full eostfl of operating the progl'am, and
21 shaD remain available until expended to earry out that
22 Aet: Provided .fzlTther, rrhat fees eolleded for the disdoRUl'e
23 of information uuder the information reporting require­
24 ment program authorized by Redioll 1921 of the Soeial
Seeurity Ad shall be suffieicnt to reeover the full eosts t., .
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of operating the program and shall remain available until
expended to carry out that Act: Pr01,ided further, rrhat
funds transferred to this account to carrY out section 846
,;
and subpart 3 of part D of title III of the PHS Act may
be used to make prior year adjustments to awards made
under such sections.
AND CIIlllD IlEAl/I'll
For carrying out titles III, XI, XII, and XIX of' the
PHS Act with respect to maternal and child health, title
V of the Social Security Act, and section 712 of the Atner­
ican .Jobs Creation Act of 2004, $858,600,000: Prom:ded,
That notwithstanding sections 502 (a) (1) and 502 (b) ( 1) of
the Social Security Act, not more than $78,641,000 shall
be available for carrying out special of regional
and national significance pursuant to section 501(a)(2) of
such Act and $10,276,000 shall be available for projects
described in paragraphs (A) through (F) of section
501(a)(3) of such Aet.
RYAN WIIlTJ:<J lIlY/AIDS PROGRAM
For earrying out title XXVI of the PHS Aet with
respeet to the Ryan vvl1ite HIV/AIDS program,
$2,368,951,000, of which $2,039,242,000 shall remain
available to the Seeretary through September 30, 2016,
for pads A and B of title XAv7): of the PHS Act, and
of which not less than $943,299,000 shall be for State
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AIDS Drug Assistanee Programs under the authority of
section 2(j1(j or 811 (e) of such Aet: PmtFided, That in ad­
dition to amounts provided her'dIl, $25,000,000 shall be
available from amounts available under section 241 of the
PHS Act to carry out parts A, B, C, and D of title XX,!I
of the PHS Act to fund SpeeiaJ PtQjeets of National Sig­
llifieanee under section 2691.
lIgi\L'l'II sys'rgl\lS
POI' carrying out titles III and XII of the PHS Act
with respect to health eate systems, and the Stem Cell
rrhel'apeutie and Resem'ch Act of 2005, $108,515,000, of
which $128,000 shall he available until expended for faeili­
ties renovations at the Gillis \V. Long: IIanscn's Disease
Center: Provided, That the Secretary may eolleet a fpe of
0.1 percent of eaeh purchase of ;340B drugs from entities
participating in the Drug Pricing Program pursuant to
section :340B of the PHS Act to pay for the operating
eosts of stH'.ll prograrn: Prom:ded further, That fees pursu­
ant to the :340B Drug Pricing Program shall be collected
by the Seeretary based 011 sales data that shall be s11h­
lnitted by drug' manufaeturers and shaU be eredited to this
aeeount, to remain available until expended,
IWIL\I, I lEAl/I'll
For out titles III alld IV of the PHS Aet
\,,-jtll respect to rural health, seetion 427(a) of the
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Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, the Cardiac Arrest Sur­
vival Act of 2000, and sections 711 and 1820 of the Social
Security Act, $141,798,000, of which $40,958,000 from
general revenues, notwithstanding section 1820(j) of the
Social Security Act, shall be available for carrying out the
Medicare rural hospital flexibility grants program: PTO­
1yided, That of the funds made available under this heading
for "Medicare rural hospital flexibility grants, $14,942,000
shall be available for the Small Rural Hospital Improve­
ment Grant ProgTam for quality improvement and adop­
tion of health information technology and up to
$1,000,000 shall be to carry out section 1820(g)(6) of the
Social Security Act, "vith funds provided for grants under
section 1820(g)(6) available for the purchase and imple­
mentation of telehealth services, including pilots and dem­
onstrations on the use of electronic health records to co­
ordinate rural veterans care between rural providers and
the Department of Veterans ..Affairs electronic health
record system: Pr'01yided jurther, That nohvithstanding
section 338J(k) of the PHS Act, $10,016,000 shall be
available for State Offices of Rural Health.
I,'AMUN PLANNINCl;
For carrying out the program under title X of the
PHS Act to provide for voluntary family planning
projects, $327,402,000: Pr01yided, rl'hat amounts provided
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to said projects under sueh title shall not be expended for
abortions, that all pregnaney counseling shall be nondiree­
tive, and that suell amounts shall lIot be expended for any
activity (induding the publication or distribution of lit­
erature) that in any way tends to promote public support
or' oppo:-;ition to any legislative proposal or eandidate for
publie office.
Pi{( )(iHA\1 lVlANAOEl\mNT
For program support in the Health HesouI'ces and
Services Administration, $161,794,000: Prol'·ided, 'rhat
funds made available under this heading may he used to
supplement program support funding provided under the
headings "Primary Health Care", "Health \Vorkforee",
"1Vlaternal and Child Health", "Ryan vv1rite HTV/AIDS
Prognun", "Health Care and "Rural Health".
ASSISTANCI<': IDANS
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Such sums as may be to carry out the PUl'­
pose of the program, as authorized by title VII of the PHS
Act. FloI' administrative expenses to earry out the guaran­
teed loan progTam, including seetion 709 of the PHS Ad,

$2,807,000.
VACCINE IN.WRY PWHHL\.:.\I 'I'IWST I"lTND
POI' pa.vlnents from the Vaeeine Injury Cmnpensatioll
Program 'rrustFund (the "'rI'u:-It Fund"), :-Inch sums as
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may be necessary for claims associated vvith vaccine-re­
lated injury or death with respect to vaccines administered
after September 30, 1988, pursuant to subtitle 2 of title
XXI of the PHS Act, to remain available until expended:
Provided, That for necessary administrative expenses, not
to exceed $6,464,000 shall be available from the Trust
}1'und to the Secretary.
FOR CON'l'HOIJ AND Pn,EVI1JN'l'ION
llVIMUNIZNl'ION AND HESPIRA'l'OI{Y DISI1JASES
}<'1or carrying out titles II, III, XVII, and XXI, and
section 2821 of the PHS Act, titles II and IV of the Immi­
gration and Nationality Act, and section 501 of the Ref­
ugee Education Assistance Act, with respect to immuniza­
tion and respiratory diseases, $575,095,000: Pral'ided,
That in addition to amounts provided herein, $12,864,000
shall be available from amounts available under section
241 of the PHS Act to earry out the National Immuniza­
tion Surveys.
lIlY/AIDS, VIRAIl I1I1JPA'lTl'IS, smXUAIJtN 'l'I{ANSMI'l'TI<]D
DISI1JASI<;S, AND 'l'UBI;]I{CtJU)SIS
For earrying out titles II, III, XVII, LXIII, and
of the PHS Act \vith respeet to HIV/AIDS, viral
hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases, and tuberculosis
prevention, $1,097,823,000.
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A\,l) ZOO\'O'l'H' IKI"I<JCTIOUN
For car'rying out titles II, III, a1l(i XVII, and seetion
2821 of the PHS Aet, titles II and IV of the Immigration
and Act, and sec,tion 501 of the Hefllgee Edu­
Assistance Ad, with resped to emerging and
zoonotie infectious diseases, ,000, of vvhi(·h
$1,000,000 shall remaln availahle until expended for eosts
I'clated to persons quanmtined or isolated pursuant to
Pederal quarantine orders.
CIIIWNI<' DINI<JANE] PI{EVE\'TlON AND UI<:AUrII
PIWl\lOTION
For carT,vmg out titles II, III, AI, XV, XviI, and
XIX of the PHS Act with respect to disease ])re­
vention and health promotion, $774,8:11 ,000: Prov·irled,
rrhat the proportional funding requirements under section
150:3(a) of the PHS Act shall not apply to funds made
available under this hea.ding: Provided fl,f/rther, rnmt fimds
appropriated under this aeeoullt ma.y be ava.ilable for mak­
ing grants under seetion 1509 of the PH:::; Ad for not
less than 21 :::;tates, tribes, or tribal organizations.
BIIt'\'IJ l)liJI<'I'JC'I'N, DINABILI'rmN,
DINABIUTmN AND III1]AL'I'II
}"or carrying out titles II, III, Xl, and XVII of the
PHS Aet with resped to birth defeets, developmental dis­
abilitief>, disabilities and health, $12:3,48:3,000.
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1 PUBL,IC ImAIIrII SCmN'l'U'IC SE;nVICgS
2 For carrying out titles II, III, and XV11 of the PHS
3 Act with respect to health statistics, surveillance,
4 informatics, and workforce development, $143,726,000:
5 Provided, That in addition to amounts provided herein,
6 $247,769,000 shall be available from amounts available
7 under section 241 of the PHS llct to carry out public
8 health scientific services.
9 JiJNVIHONl\:UJN'rAI.. IIIijAllTII
1o For carrying out titles II, III, and XVII of the PHS
11 Act with respect to environmental health, $113,827,000.
12 IN,JURY PRIiJVlijN1'ION AND CON'rnOL
13 For carrying out titles II, III, and XVlI of the PHS
14 Act \\rith respect to injury prevention and control,
15 $162,456,000: PrmJ·ided, frhat funds appropriated under
16 this heading may be used to fund evaluation, research, and
17 pilot programs for sexual violence prevention programs.
18 OCCUPNrlONAll SAI,'gTY AND InJAUl'II
19 For carrying out titles II, III, and XV11 of the PHS
20 Act, sections 101, 102, 103, 201, 202, 203, 301, 501, and
21 514 of the Federal lYline Safety and Health Act, section
22 13 of the J\i:Iine Improvement and New Emergency Re­
23 sponse Act, and sections 20, 21, and 22 of the Occupa­
24 tional Safety and Health Act, \\rith respect to occupational
25 safety and health, $181,551,000: Provided, That in addi­
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tion to amounts provided herein, $110,724,000 shall be
available from amounts available under section 241 of the
PIIt:-; Aet.
DeC! TPATlONAIJ 1I1I1NEt-it-i
C()l\IPENt-iATION
For necessary expenses to admi.nister the gnergy
Occupational Illness Compemmtion Pr'ogram
Act, $55,858,000, to remain available until expended: P1'O­
vidal, That this amount shall be available consistent with
the pJ'ovision regarding' administrative expenses in section
151(b) of division il, title I of Pnblie 106-554.
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carrying out titles II, Ill, and XVII of the PHS
Act \vith respeet to global health, $891,964,000, of which
for international IIIV/AIDS shaH remain
available thmugh September 30, 2015, and of
$10,000,000 shall remain available through September
:30, 2015, to support national public health institutes: P1'O­
viricd, 'fhat funds may be used for purchase and illsurallee
of official motor vehides ill foreign eountries.
PUBLIC IlEAL'!'II AND W<JNI'ONNE
F'oI' earrying out titles II, III, and XVII of the PHS
Aet with respeet to publie health preparedness and re­
sponst\ and for expenses }](\C(\S8al')' to support aetivities
related to eountering potential biolog'ieal, Iluelear, radio­
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logical, and chemical threats to civilian populations,
$1,292,498,000, of which $495,602,000 shall remain
available until eA'Pended for the Strategic National Stock­
pile: P'i"ov'ided, That in the event the Director of the CDC
activates the Emergency Operations Center, the Director
of the CDC may detail CDC staff without reimbursement
for up to 30 days to support the work of the CDC Emer­
gency Operations Center, so long as the Director provides
a notice to the Committees on Appropriations of the
House of Representatives and the Senate within 15 days
of the use of this authority and a full report within 30
davs after use of this authoritv which includes the number
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of staff and funding level broken dmvn by the originating
center and number of days detailed: Provided fitrther,
That in the previous proviso the annual reimbursement
cannot exceed $3,000,000 across CDC.
ACTIVITUJS PROGRAM SUPPORT
(INCLUDING 'l'RAN8FBH O}<' PUNDS)
For carrying out titles II, III, A,lII and XIX, and
section 2821 of the PHS Act and for cross-cutting activi­
ties and program support that supplement activities fund­
ed under the headings "Immunization and Respiratory
Diseases", "HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, Sexually Trans­
mitted Diseases, and Tuberculosis Prevention", «Emerg­
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1 Prevention and Health Promotion", "Birth Defeets, De­
2 velopmental Disabilities, Disabilitie:s and Health", "Envi­
3 l'omnental Health", "Injury Prevention and Control",
4 Safety and Health", "Energy Emplo,yee:s
Illness Compensation Program", "Global
6 Health", "Publie Health Preparedness and
7 and "Publie Health Seientifie SeI'\'1ees", $616,56:3,000, of
8 whieh $394,004,000 shall be available until September 30,
9 2015, for business serviees and transfer to the \Vorking
Capital and of whieh $24,805,000 shall be available
11 until September :30, 2018, for aequisition of real property,
12 equiprnent, construction and renovation of faeilities: Pro­
13 vifled, That paragraphs (1) through (3) of suhseetioll (b)
14 of seetion 2821 of the PHS Act shall llOt apply to funds
appropriated under this heading and in all other aceouuts
16 of the CDC: Prnvided IThat funds appropriated
17 under this heading and in all other aeeoullts of CDC may
18 be used to support the purchase, hire, mainiemmee, and
] 9 operation of aireraft for use and support of the a.etivities
of CDC: Provided fitr'thcr', rrhat employees of' CDC or the
21 Public Health Serviee, both eivilian and eommissioned of­
22 fieers, detailed to States, lllunieipalities, or' other organiza­
23 tions under authority of seetion 2] 4 of tll(' PHS Aet, OJ'
24 in overseas m;sig'nments, shall be treated as non-Federal
employees for reporting purposes only and shall not be in­
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1 cluded within any personnel ceiling applicable to the Agen­
2 cy, Service, or HHS during the period of detail or assign­
3 ment: Provided jurther, 'rhat CDC may use up to $10,000
4 from amounts appropriated to CDC in this Act for official
reception and representation expenses when specifically
6 approved by the Director of CDC: Provided jurther', 'rhat
7 in addition, such sums as may be derived from authorized
8 user fees, which shall be credited to the appropriation
9 charged with the cost thereof: Prov1ided jurther, 'rhat with
respect to the previous proviso, authorized user fees from
1 ] the Vessel Sanitation Program sha11 be available through
12 September 30, 2015: Prov'ided jurther, That of the funds
13 made available under this heading and in all other ac­
14 counts of CDC, up to $1,000 per eligible employee of CDC
shall be made available until expended for Individual
] 6 I .. earning Accounts: Pro'vided jurtlwr, That to facilitate the
17 implementation of the permanent Working Capital }1'und
18 ("'VCI1''') authorized under this heading in division F of
19 Public I ... aw 112-74, on or after October 1, 2013, unobli­
gated balances of amounts appropriated for business serv­
21 ices for fiscal year 2013 shall be transferred to the'VCF:
22 Provided fttr1;her, That on or after October 1, 2013, CDC
23 shall transfer amounts available for business services to
24 other CDC appropriations consistent with the benefit each
appropriation reeeived from the business services appro­
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the \VCB"I is implemented in fiscal year 2014, assets pur­
chased in any prior fiscal year with funds appropl'iated
for or reimbursed to business services may be traImferred
to the \VCF and customers billed for depreeiation of those
assets: Provided fin-ther, That CDC shall, consistent with
the authorities prcnided in 42 U.S.C. 2:31, ensure that the
\VC:;'}1'1 iR used only for administrative support services and
not for progl'anmultie activities: Prmrided .fllrther, That
CDC shall noti(v the Committees on Appropriations of the
House of Representatives and the Senate not later than
15 days prior to any transfers rnade with funds provided
under this heading.
NA'I'I01\'AIJ OF HEALTIl
POI' carrying out section :301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet \vith respect to cancer, $5,091,885,000, of \vhieh up
to $8,000,000 may be used for faeilities repairs and im­
provements at the :\'ationa.l Caneer Institute-B'Irederick
}<'Iederall.v Punded Resear'ell and Center in
Prederiek, Maryland.
:-.JNI'I01\'A!J IIEAln', LITNU, AN)) BLOOD INSTITPTI<J
POI' earr.ving out section ;301 and title IV of tIl(' PHS
Aet with respeet to eardiovasmllar, lung, and blood dis­
eases, and blood and blood prodm·ts,
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NNrlONAll INSTlrrUTE ow DEN'rAIl AND CRANIOFACIAL
I
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Ad with respect to dental and craniofacial diseases,
$409,947,000.
NA'I'IONAIl INs'rI'rUTE (W DIABI<:rrl<:m AND DIGESTIVE AND
KIDNEY DISEASES
For earrying out section 301 and title IV of the PHS
Act with respect to diabetes and digestive and kidney dis­
ease, $1,799,745,000.
NNrIONAL ()I,' NI<Jtm,OU)OI(;AIl DISORDERS
AND S'l'HOKE
]'or carrying out section 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet with respeet to neurological disorders and stroke,
$1,631,703,000.
NATIONAL INS'l'ITUTE (W AL,llI<JROY AND
DISl<}ASES
]-'or carrying out section 301 and title IV of the PHS
Act ,vith respeet to allergy and infeetious diseases,
$4,548,383,000.
NNl'IOKAIJ INS'ITl'U'l'E OF OENI<JRAIl SCmijNCgS
]lor earr:ying out section 301 and title IV of the PHS
Act ,vith respect to general medical SCIences,
$2,435,570,000: Pr"01)ided, That not less than
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$275,957,000 is provided for' the Institutional Develop­
2 ment Awards program.
3 NNl'lONAIJ INS'l'1'l'lTTE OF
4 CIIIU) ImALTII AND llITMAN rmVELOPl\IENT
5 Por earl:ying out seetioll :101 and title rv of the PHS
6 Act \'\rith respeet to child health and human development,
7 $1,:380,459,000.
8 NATION"\I, E':YE INSrl'l'l'l:TI<J
9 earrying out section :301 and title IV of the PHS
10 Art \'lith respeet to eye diseases and visual disorders,
11 $701,407,000.
12 NATIONAl, INSTITlfTI'] 01,' IIKi\J,TII
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14 carrying out section 801 and title IV of the PHS
15 Aet with reHpeet to environmental healtlJ selenceH,
16
17 NNl'ION"\L INSTITFI'E ON AOINU
18 }1\)l' carrying out seetion :301 and title IV of the PHS
19 Aet with respeet to aging, $1,] 85,4:39,000.
20 NATIONAl, IKSTITlT'1'I<J ()J1' AHTIIIUTIS AND
21 lVIUS(TLOSKELI<J'\'AL AND SKIN
22 POl' out seetion :301 and title IV of the PHS
23 Aet \vith respeet to arthritis and museuloskeletal and skin
24 diseases, $5;)7,:398,000.
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INS'lTrUTg ON DEAFNBSS AKD O'rIIBH
CO)!IN'lUNICATIOK DISOmmI{S
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet with respeet to deafness and other eommunieation dis­
orders, $420,125,000.
INSTI'['UTB (W NlTHSING RI£SI£AIWII
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet with respeet to nursing researeh, $145,272,000.
INS'l'I'l'{;Tl£ ON AliXHIOI, ABUSI£ AND
ALCOIIOUSM
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet w'ith respeet to aleohol abuse and aleoholism,
$460,765,000.
ON DIUJG ABUSE
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet ·with respeet to drug abuse, $1,064,490,000.
NATIONAl, INS'l'I'l'UTI£ ()J1' MENTAL InJAurII
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet w'ith respeet to mental health, $1,456,041,000.
IIUMAN (}I£NOME Hl';SEAnCII INS'l'ITU'l'g
For earrying out seetion 301 and title IV of the PHS
Aet with respeet to human genome researeh,
$51;3,881,000.
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1 NNI'IOKi\IJ IN:-:;TI'l'U'I'E OJ;' 11\IAOIKO AND
2
3 For earrying out seetion 80] and title IV of the PHS
4 Aet with resped to biomedieal irmlging and bioengineering
5 l'eseareh, $8:37,728,000.
7 iVIEDl<:INI;;
8 For earryillg out seetion :i01 and title IV of the PHS
9 Aet "vith respeet to eomplementary and alternative mecli­
10 eine, $12H,18:5,000.
11 NA'l'IONAIJ IN:-:;TI'l'tTTE ON MINOIUTY ImAL'I'II AN))
12 IIF;J\LTII m:-:;PAlUTm:-:;
13 :flor earrying out seetioll :30] and title N of the PHS
14 Ad with respeet to minority health and health disparitie:->
15 researeh, $281,4] 0,000.
16 .JOIIN l,'()(iAR'l'Y CEN'I'EH
17 For earl'ying out the aetivitief.! of the ,JohnE. :F\)garty
18 International Center (deseribed in subpart 2 of part E of
19 title IV of the PHS Ad), $72,380,000.
20 KNl'IOKAIJ n,jN'l'EH I;'01{ AUYANCINO
21 S(,II'iNCES
22 For uarrying' out seetion 301 and title TV of the PHS
23 Aet with respeet to translational seienees, $661,2(j4,OOO:
24 Provided, That up to $50,000,000 shall be available to im­
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I plement section 480 of the PHS Act, relating to the Cures
2 Acceleration Network.
3 NATIONAll I1IBH.AHY OF
4 For carrying out section 301 and title IV of the PHS
Act with respect to health information communications,
6 $379,712,000, of which $4,000,000 shall be available until
7 September 30, 2015, for improvement of information sys­
8 terns: Prov'ic1erl, That in fiscal year 2014, the National I,Ji­
9 brary of 'Medicine may enter into personal serviees con­
tracts for the provision of services in facilities owned, oper­
11 ated, or constructed under the jurisdiction of the National
12 Institutes of Health (referred to in this title as "NIH"):
13 Prm)'irlec1 fwr-the;;" That in addition to amounts provided
14 herein, $8,200,000 shall be available from amounts avail­
able under section 241 of the PHS Act to carry out the
16 purposes of the National Information Center on Health
17 Services Research and Health Care Technology estab­
18 lished under seetion 478A of the PHS Act and related
19 health information services.
(WI,'ICg (W TIlE DIRI<;CTOl{
21 For earrying out the responsibilities of the Office of
22 the Director, NIH, $1,463,606,000, of which up to
23 $25,000,000 shall be used to carry out section 213 of this
24 Aet: PmlJ'ic1ec1, That funding shall be available for the pur­
ehase of not to exceed 29 passenger motor vehicles for re­
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plaeement only: Provided fUfrtlwr, That NIH is authorized
to eolleet third-party paylnentf.; for the cost of elinieal serv­
jees that are ineurred in NIH resl'areh facilities and that
slwh payulents shall be ercdited to the NIH anagement
F'und: Pr'ovided jilTther, 1'hat all funds eeedited to tlll'
NIH Nlanagcmcnt F\Uld shall remain available for one fis­
eal year after the fiseal year in whieh they are deposited:
Provided further, That up to $165,000,000 shall be avail­
able for' continuation of the National Children's Study:
Provided further, That $56R,151,000 shall be available for
the Common Pund established under seetion 402A( e) (1 )
of the PHS Act: Pmv'ided jilTther, rrlmt of the funds pro­
vided $10,000 shall be for offieial reeeption and represen­
tation expenses when speeifieally approved by the Direetor
of the NIH: PTOvided fkrther, That the Offiee of AIDS
Research '\vithin the Offiee of the Direetor of the NTH may
spend up to $8,000,000 to make grants for construetioll
or renovation of faeilities as provided for in seetion
of the PHS Ad.
Bl AND FACILITIES
For the Htudy of, eOIIHtruetion or demolition of, l'en­
ovation of, and aequisition of equipment for, faeilitieH of
or uHed by NIH, ineluding the aequisitio11 of real propel'ty,
$125,308,000, to remain available until September :30,
2018.
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SCBS'l'ANCE AInJSl<J AND l\hJNTAL Hl<JAUl'II
..LL\DMINIs'rHATION
M};JNTAIJ I1BAIlI'll
POI' carrying out titles III, V, and XIX of the PHS
Act vvith respect to mental health, and the Protection and
Advocacy for Individuals with .Mental Illness Act,
$1,038,243,000: Provided, That notwithstanding section
520A(f)(2) of the PHS Act, no funds appropriated for car­
rying out section 520A shall be available for carrying out
section 1971 of the PHS Act: Provided That in
addition to amounts provided herein, $21,039,000 shall be
available under section 241 of the PIIS Act to carry out
subpart I of part B of title XIX of the PHS Act to fund
section 1920(b) technical assistance, national data, data
collection and evaluation aetivities, and further that the
total available under this Act for section 1920(b) activities
shall not exceed 5 percent of the amounts appropriated
for subpart I of part B of title XIX: Provided fu'fther, That
seetion 520E(b)(2) of the PHS Act shall not apply to
funds appropriated under this Act for fiscal year 2014:
Pr01Iided fu'fther, 'rhat of the amount appropriated under
this heading, $46,000,000 shall be for the National Child
Traumatic Stress Initiative as described in section 582 of
the PHS .Act: Provided further, That States shall expend
at least 5 percent of the amount each receives for carrying
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out section 1911 of the PHS Aet to support evidence-
based programs that address the needs of individuals 'with
eady serious mental illness, including di:.;orders,
regardless of the age of the individual at onset.
H\ mH'l'ANCE:
F'oI' carrying out titles III, V, and XIX of the PHS
.Aet 'with respect to substance abuse treatment and seetion
] 922(a) of the PHS Act with respect to substanee abw.;e
prevention, $2,047,107,000: Provided, That in addition to
amounts prmrided herein, the following amOllllts shall be
available under seetion 241 of the PHS Ad: (1)
$79,200,000 to earry out Ruhpart II of part B of tit1(' XLX
of the PHS Aet to fund seetion ] 9;35(b) teehnieal assist­
anee, national data, data collodion and evaluation aetivi­
ties, and further that the total availahle under this Ad
for seetion 19:35(b) adivities shall not exceed 5 percent
of the amounts appropriated for suhp(lrt II of part B of
title )(LX; and (2) $2,000,000 to evaluate substanee abuse
treatment progTams.
I;'or carrying out titles III and V of the PHS Aet
with rm;peet to substanee abuse prevention, $17;),ti:31 ,000.
ImAUl'lI HJfHYEILLANCl<J Al\"J) Hl'PPOWr
},'or program support and eross-eutting aetivities that
supplernent aetivities funded under the headings "lVlental
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Health", "Substance Abuse Treatment", and "Substance
Abuse Prevention" in carrying out titles III, V, and XIX
of the PHS Act and the Protection and Advocacy for Indi­
viduals with lVlental Illness Act in the Substance Abuse
andl\lental Health Services Administration,
$136,296,000: Provided, That in addition to amounts pro­
vided herein, $30,428,000 shall be available under section
241 of the PHS Act to supplement funds available to
carry out national surveys on drug abuse and mental
health, to collect and analyze program data, and to con­
duct public awareness and technical assistance activities:
Pr'o'vided further, That, in addition, fees may be eoUeeted
for the costs of publications, data, data tabulations, and
data analysis completed under title V of the PHS Act and
provided to a public or private entity upon request, which
shall be credited to this appropriation and shall remain
available until expended for such purposes: Pmvided jUr­
That funds made available under this heading may
be used to supplement program support funding provided
under the headings "Mental Health", "Substance Abuse
Treatment", and "Substance Abuse Prevention".
AGENCY HEAUl'IlCAHE RESEAHCII AND QUALI'l'Y
llI;jAUl'IICAHJ<J HI<JSI<JAHCII AND
For earrying out titles III and IX of the PHS Act,
part A of title XI of the Soeial Seeurity Act, and seetion
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1 ] 0] 3 of the· Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvt'mcnt,
2 and l\lodernization Ad of 2003, $:364,008,000 shall be
3 available from amounts available under sedion 24] of tIl('
4 PHS Aet, notwithstanding subsection 947(e) of such Att:
5 Pro1yirlerl, That in addition, amounts received from :F'rct'­
6 dom of Information Aet fees, reimbursable and inter­
7 agency agreements, and the sale of data shall be credited
8 to this appropriation and shall remain available until Sep­
9 tember :30, 2015.
I 0 FOH }vIEDICAHE ANI) .MEDWAlD SEBYlCES
11
12 .Flor tarrying out, except as otherwise provided, titles
13 XI and XIX of the Social Act, $177,872,985,000,
14 to remain available until expended.
15 For making, after May :H, 2014, payulents to States
16 under title XIX or in the ease of seetion ] 928 on behalf
17 of Statps under title XIX of the Soeial Seeurity Aet for
18 the last quarter of fiseal ypar 2014 for nnantieipated costs
19 incurred for the cnrrent fiseal year, sueh sums as may bl:'
20 neel:'ssary.
21 For rnaking payments to States or in the ease of see­
22 tion 1928 on behalf of Btates under title XIX of tIll:' SoeiaJ
23 Seeul'ity Aet for the first quarter of fiseal year 2015,
24 to remain available until expended.
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Payment under such title XIX may be made for any
quarter vvith respect to a State plan or plan amendment
in effect during such quarter, if submitted in or prior to
such quarter and approved in that or any subsequent
quarter.
PAYMEN'l'S TO IHJALTH CAHE TRUST FUNDS
For pa:yrment to the Federal Hospital Insurance
'.Prust Fund and the Federal Supplementary .Medical In­
surance 'rrust Fund, as provided under sections 217(g),
1844, and 1860D-16 of the Social Security Act, sections
103(c) and 111(d) of the Social Security Amendments of
1965, section 278(d)(3) of Public IJHw 97-248, and for
administrative expenses incurred pursuant to section
201(g) of the Social Security Act, $255,697,000,000.
In addition, for making matching paymcnts under
section 1844 and benefit pa.yrments under section 1860D­
16 of the Social Security Ad that were not anticipated
in budget estimates, such sums as may be necessary.
For carrying out, except as otherwise provided, titles
A1, XVIII, XIX, and L'TI of the Social Security Act, titles
XIII and XXVII of the PHS Act, the Clinical Laboratory
Improvement Amendments of 1988, and other responsibil­
ities of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services,
not to exceed to be transferred from the
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}1"edcral Hospital lnsuranee Trust Fund and the Pederal
Supplementary Medical lmml'anee Trust Fund, as author­
ized h.Y seetioll 201(g') of the Social Security Act; together
with Hll funds eol1eeted in accordance with seetion :15:1 of
tll(' PHS Aet and seetion 18;)7 (e)(2) of the Social Seeurity
Aet, funds retained by the Secretary to sectioIl
:302 of the rl'ax Relief and Health Care Ad of 2006; and
suell sums as may be colleeted from authorized nseJ' fees
and the sale of data, which shall be credited to this ae­
eoun t and remaill available until September :30, 2019: Pro­
vided, That all funds derived in accordanee with 81 U.S.C.
9701 from organizations established under title XIII of
the PHS Aet shall be er-edited to and available for- earrying
out the purposes of this appropriation: Pm/tided further,
'rhat the Secretarv is direeted to eoUeet fees in fisenl veal'
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sedioll 1857(e)(2) of the Social Seeurity 1\et and from eli­
gible Q['ganizations with ri:,;k-sharing contraets under see­
tion 1876 of that Aet pursuant to 8ection 1876(k)(4)(D)
of that Ad.
IlI<JAUfil CAHJ<J I"l{AUD AND ABli;-41'J
In addition to amOlUlts otherwise available for pro­
gram integr'ity and program rnanagement, $640,000,000,
to remain available through September 30, 20];), to be
transferred from the Federal Hospital Insuranee Trnst
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Fund and the Federal Supplementary :Medical Insurance
rrrust :Fund, as authorized by section 201(g) of the Social
Security Act, of which $429,846,000 shall be for the Cen­
tel'S for lVledicare and }\;ledicaid Services Program Integ­
rity Acti-vities, including administrative costs, to conduct
oversight activities for the Medicare program, including
but not limited to Medicare Advantage and the 1Vledicare
Prescription Drug' Program authorized in title XVIII of
the Social Security Act, and for activities described in sec­
tion 1893 of such Act and for 1Vledicaid and Children's
Health Insurance Program integrity activities, of which
$107,541,000 shall be for the Department of Health and
Human Services Office of Inspector General to carry out
fraud and abuse activities authorized by section
1817(k)(3) of such Act, and of which $102,613,000 shall
be for the Department of Justice to carry out fraud and
abuse activities authorized by section 1817(k)(3) of such
Act: PrOt)ided, That of the amount provided under this
heading, $311,000,000 is provided to meet the terms of
section 251 (b)(2)(C)(ii) of the Balanced Budget and
Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985, as amended, and
$329,000,000 is additional new budget authority specified
for purposes of section 251(b)(2)(C) of such Act: Pro'vided
ju,rther, That the report required by section 1817 (k) ( 5) of
the Social Security Act for fiscal year 2014 shall include
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1 measures of the operational efficiency and impaet on
2 fraud, waste, and a1n1s(' in the Medicare, Medieaid, and
3 CHIP programs fm' the funds provided by this appropria­
4 tion.
5 1"OH. CIIILDl{EN AND
6 PAY1\HJN'fN TO b'Ol{ ClllLD NIlPl'OWl'
7 K:-'iFOHCE;\mNT AND 1"i\l\Il);'f HUPI'OHT PI{OUHAMN
8 POl' earrying out, exeept as otherwise provided under
9 titles I, IV-I), X, XI, A1V, and XV1 of the Soeial Security
10 Aet and the Act of July 5, 1960, $2,9fl5,245,OOO, to re­
11 main available until expended; and for such purposes for
12 the first quarter of fiseal year 2015, $J ,250,000,000, to
13 remain available until expended.
14 }1"or making, after May :11 of the enrrent fiseal year,
] 5 payments to States or other non-J,"1ederal entities nnder
16 titles I, IV-D, X, XI, XlV, and ArVI of the Social Seeurity
17 Aet and the Aet of eJuly 5, J 960, for the last :3 months
18 of the eurrent fisenl year for unantieipated costs, ineurred
19 for the ('UfTcmt fiseal year, sueh sums as ma:v be neeeSSaTT.
20 IA)W Il'.'COME ANHINTAN(,E
21 POI' making payments under (h) and (d)
22 of seetion 2602 of the JjOW Ineome Home Energy ..As::-;ist­
23 anee Aet of 1HS], Pt'Olririeri, rrhat all hut
24 $496,000,000 of this amount shall be alloeated as though
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2014 was less than $1,975,000,000: Pmv1ided further,
That notwithstanding section 2609A(a), of the amounts
appropriated under section 2602(b), not more than
$2,988,000 of such amounts may be reserved by the Sec­
retary for technical assistance, training, and monitoring
of program activities for compliance ,vith internal controls,
poli(:ies and procedures and may, in addition to the au­
thorities provided in section 2609A(a)(1), use such funds
through contracts -with private entities that do not qualify
as nonprofit organizations.
l{,JijFUOEJij AND I<JNTHAN1'
For necessary expenses for refugee and entrant as­
sistance aetivities authorized by section 414 of the Immi­
gTation and Nationality Act and section 501 of the Ref­
ugee Education -<.L\ssistance Act of 1980, and for carrying
out section 462 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002,
section 235 of the \Villiam Wilberforce rrrafficking Victims
Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008, the Trafficking
Victims Protection Act of 2000 ("TvTA"), section 203
of the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Aet
of 2005, and the Torture Victims Relief Act of 1998,
$1,121,432,000 of which $1,092,612,000 shall remain
available through September 30, 2016 for earrying out
sueh sections 414, 501, 4(i2, and 235: Provided, rrhat
amounts available under this heading to earry out such
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section 20B and the TVPA shall alRo be availahle for re­
search and evaluation witb resped to activities Ulldf'r
those authorities.
TO STNl'ES CIIILD .\ND
Bl,()( 'K ORAN'!'
POl' carrying out the Child Care and Development
Block Grant Act of 1990 ("CCDBG Ad"),
$2,500,000,000 shall lw used to suppIermmt, not supplant
State general revenue funds for child care assistance for
low-income families: Provided, That $19,:357,000 shall he
available for child care resource and referral and SdlOOl­
aged child care activities, of which $996,000 shall be avai]­
able to the Secretary for a competitive grant for the oper­
ation of a national toll free referral line and \Veh site to
develop and disseminate child eare eommmer education in­
formation for parents and help parents access child
in their local community: Provided filrther, That, ill mldi­
bon to the amounts required to be reserved by the States
under seetion G58G of the CCDBG Ad, $296,484,000
shaH be reserved by the States for aetivities authorized
under section 658G, of whieh $108,7:32,000 shall be for
activities that improve the quality of infant and toddler
care: Provided fiathe't", That in addition to the amounts
in the previous proviso, $11 0,000,000 shall be made avail­
able, using the allocation formula in seetion 6580 of the
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CCDBG Act, for grants to each State, territory, and In­
dian tribe that submits a plan to be approved by the Sec­
retary demonstrating how it will use these funds to im­
prove the quality of child care, including the quality of
the child care workforce and health and safety measures:
Provided further, That $9,851,000 shall be for use by the
Secretary for child care research, demonstration, and eval­
nation activities.
SOCIAL SEHVICES BLOCK GRAN'!'
For making grants to States pursuant to section
2002 of the Social SecnrityAct, $1,700,000,000: Pro­
vided, That nOhvithstanding subparagraph (B) of section
404(d)(2) of such Act, the applicable percent specified
under such subparagraph for a State to carry out State
programs pursuant to title :x:x.-A of such Act shall be 10
percent.
CllILDIU<JN AND I"AMILlI<JS SBRVICI;jS PHocmAMS
For carrying out, except as otherwise provided, the
Runaway and Homeless Youth Act, the Head Start Ad,
the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, sections
303 and 313 of the Family Violence Prevention and Serv­
ices Act, the Native American Programs Act of 1974, title
II of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment and
Adoption Reform Aet of 1978 (adoption opportunities),
the Abandoned Infants Assistance Act of 1988, part B­
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1 of title IV and seetions 1110, and ] 115 of the 80­
eial 8eeul'ity Aet; for making pa.ymentH uIIder the
nity Herviees Bloek Gnmt Ad ("C813C* Ad"), seetions
4 and 477(i) of the Hoeial Seeurity Ad, and the As­
sets for Independellee Ad; for neeessar.v administI>ative
expenses to earry out sueh Aets and titles I, IV, V, X,
XI, XlV, XVI, aud of the 80e1al Seeurity Aet, the
Aet of .July ;'5, 1960, the Low Ineome Home Bnergy As­
sistanee Ad of H)81, title IV of the ImmigJ"ation aJld Na­
tionality Aet, and Heetion 501 of the Refugee Edueatioll
Assistanee Aet of 1980; and for the administration of
prIOr year obligatiOlls made by the AdminiHtratloll 1'01'
Children and FamilieH under the Developmental DisabiJ­
itieH Assistanee a,nd Bill of Itights Ad and the Help Amet­
iea Vote Aet of 2002, $11,412,114,000, of vvhieh
$:39,268,000, to remain available through September i30,
2015, shall he for grants to States for adoptiOlI llwentive
paYJlwnts, aH authorized by sedion 47:3A of the Soeial Se­
eurit,v Ad and may be made for adoptions completed he-
fore Septernber ::30, 2014: Prnuideli, That $B,G21,070,000
shall be for making paYTnents under the Head Start Ad:
Provided jitrtlWT, That of the amount in the prevIous 1'1'0­
vriHO, $R,165,694,OOO :-;hall he available for payments
under Hcetioll 640 of the Head Start Ad and $25,000,000
shall be available for alloeatioll by the Secretary to sllpple­
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ment activities described in paragraphs (7)(B) and (9) of
section 641 (c) of such Act under the Designation Renewal
System, established under the authority of sections
641(c)(7), 645A(b)(12) and 645A(d) of such Act: Pro­
vided jurther, That amounts allocated to Head Start
grantees at the discretion of the Secretary to supplement
activities pursuant to the previous proviso shall not be in-
eluded in the calculation of the "base grant" in subsequent
fiscal years, as such term is used in section 640(a)(7)(A)
of the Head Start Act: Provided further-, That for purposes
of allocating funds under section 640 of the Head Start
Act, subseetion (a)(2) of such section shall be applied by
substituting "fiscal year 2012" for "the prior fiscal year"
each place it appears in such subsection: Pr'O'uided jU1ther,
That notwithstanding section 640 of the Head Start Act,
of the amount provided for making payments under the
Head Start Act, $1,480,376,000 shall be available to enti­
ties defined as eligible under section 645A(d) of such Act
for expansion of Early Head Start programs as described
in section 645A of such Act, for conversion of Head Start
services to Earlv Head Start services as described in sec­
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tion 645(a)(5)(A) of such Act, and for new discretionary
grants for high quality infant and toddler care through
Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships, and, nohvith­
standing section 645A(c)(2) of such Act, these funds are
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availahle to serve children under age 4: PTOuided fiather,
rfhat of the amount lnade available ill the immediately pre­
eeding proviso, up to $15,000,000 shaH be available for
the F'ecleral tosts of administration and evaluation aetivi­
tics of the prohrram described in such proviso: Provided
further, That an Early Head Start agetley awarded funds
for' all Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership after 0('­
toher I, 2014, shall not be subjeet to the requil'cments
of the system for designatioll renewal as defined by section
()4] of the Head Start Ad, for this award only, pelor to
18 montlu-; after the date of suell award: Provided jltTthcr,
rfhat $711 ,8f)7 ,000 shall he for making pa,vrnents unde]'
the eRBU Ad: Provided fiu·ther, rrbat $:i6,204,000 sball
be for sections ()HO and 67RE(b)(2) of the CSBG Ad, of
\-vhiel! not Ies;.; than $29,88:i,000 ;.;haU he for seetioll
680(a )(2) and 110t less than $5,971,000 shall be for see­
tion ()80(a)(3)(B) of sueh Ad: Provided further, rl'hat to
the extent Community Services Bloek Grant funds arc dis­
tribnted as gTant funds by a State to an eligible entity
as provided under the CSBG Act, and have not been ex­
pended by sneh entity, they shall remain ,vith such entit,v
for carI'Yov(,J' into the next fisenl year for expenditure by
Rueh entity consistent with program purposeI'>: Provided
./itrthc1', rrhat the Secretary shall establish procedures re­
garding the dispositi011 of intangible Ll.ssets and progTam
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mcome that permit such assets acquired with, and pro­
gram income derived from, grant funds authorized under
section 680 of the CSBG Act to become the sole property
of such grantees after a period of not more than 12 years
after the end of the grant period for any activity consistent
with section 680(a)(2)(A) of the CSBG Act: Providedfia­
ther, That intangible assets in the form of loans, equity
investments and other debt instruments, and program in­
come may be used by grantees for any eligible purpose
consistent vvith section 680(a)(2)(A) of the CSBG Act:
Prov1ided fitrther, That these procedures shall apply to
such grant funds made available after November 29, 1999:
Provided fwrther, That funds appropriated for section
680(a)(2) of the CSBG Act shall be available for financing
construction and rehabilitation and loans or investments
in private business enterprises o\vned by community devel­
opment corporations: Provided further, That to the extent
funds provided in this Act for the -LL\.ssets for Independence
Act are distributed as grant funds to a qualified entity
and have not been expended by such entity within three
years after the date of award, such funds may be recap­
tured and reallocated among other qualified entities, to re­
main available to such other qualified entities for five
years: Provided finiher, That, nohvithstanding seetion
414(e) of the Assets for Independence Act, the Secretary
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1 may award up to $1,000,000 to snpport eviderwe-bw;;ed
2 research to evaluate the demonstration Prov'ided
3 fiuther, rrhat in addition to amounts pl'mided hereiJl,
4 $5,762,000 shall he available from amounts available
5 under section 241 of the PHS Act to carry out the IH'ovi­
6 sions of seetioll III 0 of the Social Security Act: Provided
7 .fi1crther, rrhat amounts provided unde» this heading to
8 earry out seetlon 1110 of the Social Act, other
9 than amounts Inade available for that purpose under the
10 immediately preceding proviso, shall remain available until
11 expended: Provided Jiltther, rrhat section aO;3(a)(2)(A)(i)
12 of the Fmnily Violence Prevention and Serviees Act sha]]
13 not apply to amounts provided herein: Provided ./uTther,
14 That shall be for a human serviees ease maIl­
lS a,g'emellt system for federally deelared disasters, to include
16 a comprehensive national case management e01lt1'aet and
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18 ther, That up to $2,000,000 shall he for improving the
] 9 Public Assistanee Reporting Information indud­
20 ing grants to States to support data eolledion for a study
21 of the system's effeetiveness.
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addition, for carrying out, except as otherwise provided,
section 437 of such Act, $63,065,000.
PAYMENTS 1,'OH CARJ;J AND pgHMAN)'lJNCY
For carrying out, except as othenvise provided, title
IV-E of the Social Security Act, $4,806,000,000.
:For carrying out, except as othenvise provided, title
IV-E of the Social Security Act, for the first quarter of
fiscal year 2015, $2,200,000,000.
For making, after :!\IIay 31 of the current fiscal year,
payments to States or other non-Federal entities under
seetion 474 of title IV -E of the Social Security Act, for
the last 3 months of the current fiscal year for unantici­
pated costs, incurred for the current fiscal year, such sums
as may be necessary.
J:\DMINISTHATION )'l'OR COMMUNITY IJIVIKO
AGING AKD DISABILITY SERVICES PROGRAMS
(INCLUDING (W I,'UNDS)
For carrying out, to the extent not othenvise pro­
vided, the OA.(\, titles III and K...XLX of the PHS Act, sec­
tion 119 of the lVledicare Improvements for Patients and
Providers Act of 2008, section 6021(d) of the Deficit Re­
duction Act of 2005, title XX-B of the Social Security
Act, the Developmental Disabilities r\ssistance and Bill of
Rights Act, parts 2 and 5 of subtitle D of title II of the
Help America Vote Act of 2002, and for Department-wide
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coordination of policy and program activities that assist
2 individuals \"ith disabilities, $1,G64,54B,000, together
3 with $52, U 5,000 to be transferred from the }1'1ederal IIos­
4 pita] Insurance rrrllst Fund and the Federal SupplE'­
5 mentary Medical Insurance rrrm;t Fund to eany out see­
6 tion 4360 of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of
7 1990: Provided, That amounts appropriated under this
8 heading' may be used for grants to States under sedion
9 3fH of the O.AA only for disease prevention and health
10 promotion prograrns and adivities whieh have been dem­
11 onstrated through rigmoous evaluation to \)('
12 based and effective: Provided fitrther, That none of thl'
13 funds l)Yovided shall he used to carry out :-;ectionx 1701
14 and 170:3 of the PHS Act (with resped to ehronie disease
15 self-management aetivity grants), except that tmeh funds
16 may be used for necessary expenseH assoeiated with ael­
17 ministering any sneh awarded prior to the date of
18 the enaetment of this Ad: Provided fkrther, That lIotwith­
19 standing allY other provision of this Ad, funds made avail­
20 able under this heading to earry out seetion ;'j 11 of tbe
21 OAA may be transferred to the Seeretary of Ab.rrieulture
22 in aeeordanee with sneh seetion.
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For neeessary ex,})enses, not otherwise provided, for
general departmental management, ineluding hire of pas­
senger motor vehieles, and for carrying out titles III,
A\ll1, XXI, and section 229 of the PHS Act, the United
States-Mexico Border Health Commission Aet, and re­
seareh studies under seetion 1110 of the Social Seeurity
Aet, $447,208,000, together with $70,173,000 from the
amounts available under seetion 241 of the PHS Act to
carry out national health or human services research and
evaluation activities: PTovided, That of this amount,
$53,891,000 shall be for minority AIDS prevention and
treatment aetivities: PTovided juTtheT, of the funds
made available under this heading, $104,790,000 shall be
for making eompetitive contraets and grants to public and
private entities to fund medieally accurate and age appro­
priate programs that reduee teen pregnancy and for the
Federal eosts associated with administering and evalu­
ating such eontracts and grants, of whieh not less than
$75,000,000 shall be for replicating programs that have
been proven effective through rigorous evaluation to re­
duce teenage pregnaney, behavioral risk factors underlying
teenage pregnancy, or other associated risk factors, of
which not less than $25,000,000 shall be available for re­
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search and delllonstr'ation grants to develop, replicate, re­
fine, and test additional models and imlOvative strategies
for preventing teenage pregna.ncy, and of which any rp­
maining amounts shall be available for training and teeb­
nieal assi::.;tance, evaluation, outrea.eh, and additional pro­
gram support activities: Pr'ovided jilrther, That of the
amouuts provided under thi::.; heading from amounts avail­
abJe under seetion 241 of the PHS Ad, $8,455,000 shall
he available to out evaluation::.; (ineludillg longitn­
dinaJ evaluations) of teenage pregnancy prev('lltion ap­
proaebes: Provided further, That of the funds made ava.il­
able under this hea.ding, $1,750,000 is for ::.;trenbrthenillg
the Department's acquisition \vorkforce and eapa­
bilities: Prov,/:ded jZ.//liher, rrhat with respeet to the previous
proviso, sueh funds shaH be availahle for training, reeruit­
ment, retention and hiring members of the aequisition
\\Torkforee as defined 4] U.S.C. ] 70:3, and for infol'lna­
bon teehnology in support of aequisition workforee effee­
tiveness or for lnanagement solutioIlR to improve aequisi­
tion management,
OP ;\lEnrCi\Im ImARlNOH AND .APPEALH
For expenses neeessary for the Offiee of Medieare
Hearings and Appeals, $82,ij8] ,000, to be tr'allsferred ill
appropriate par't from the Pederal I1m;pital Insuranee
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(WI"ICE OF TIn] NA'l'IONAL COORDIN.ATOH It'OR IlEAL,TIl
JNI"OR1V1A'rION
For expenses necessary for the Office of the National
Coordinator for Health Information Technology, including
grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements for the de­
velopment and advaneement of interoperable health in for­
mation teehnology, $20,290,000: Provided, 'rhat in addi­
tion to amounts provided herein, $51,307,000 shall be
available from amounts available under seetion 241 of the
PHS Act: Provided further, That health information teeh­
nology user fees eollected in fiscal year 2014, as prmrided
in this Aet, shall be credited to this aeeount as offsetting
collections, to remain available until expended.
OJ;' INSPECTOH OENERAIJ
For expenses neeessary for the Office of Inspector
General, including the hire of passenger motor vehieles for
investigations, in earrying out the provisions of the Inspec­
tor General Act of 1978, $59,879,000: Provided, That of
sueh amount, necessary sums shall be available for pro­
viding protective services to the Secretary and inves­
tigating non-payment of ehild support cases for whieh non­
paYlnent is a Federal offense under 18 U .S.C. 228.
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OFFH'I<: FOI{ CIVIL mOIl'!'S
For expem;es neeessClry for the Offiee for Civil
Righh;;, $42,205,000.
I{ETIlmI\II<::-..Irl' PAY AN)) I\mDICAIJ BI<:NEli'ITS !i'Ol{
('OlVII\IIHSIONED
retirement pay and medieal benefits of Publie
Health Serviee Conunissioned Offieers as authorir,ed by
law, for payments undet' the Retired Servieeman's J1'amily
Proteetion Plan and Survivor Benefit Plan, and for med­
ieal eare of dependents and retired personnel under the
Dependents' Medieal Care Act, sneh amounts as may bp
required during the eurrent fiscal year.
PCBIJW ImALTII A:-..II) SOCIAL El\lI<:IWI<:NCY
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I<'or expenses neeessary to support aetivities related
to eOllntering potential biolohrieal, nuelear, radiologiea.l,
and eybel'seeul'ity threats to civilian populations,
and for other publie health emergeneies, ,000, of
\vhieh $415,000,000 shall remain available through Sep­
tember :30, 2015, for expenses neeessary to support ael­
va need researeh and development pursuant to seetioll
:319L of the PHS Aet, and other administrativ(' expenses
of the BioItledieal Advanced Researeh and Development
Authority, and of \vhich up to $5,000,000 shall remain
available through September :30, 2016, to support the de­
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1 livery of medical countermeasures and shall be in addition
2 to any other amounts available for such purpose: Provided,
3 That funds provided under this heading for the purpose
4 of acquisition of security countermeasures shall be in addi­
S tion to any other funds available for such purpose: Pro­
6 vided further, That products purchased with funds pro­
7 vided under this heading may, at the discretion of the Sec­
8 retary, be deposited in the Strategie National Stockpile
9 pursuant to section 319F-2 of the PHS Aet: Provided fur'­
10 ther, That $5,000,000 of the amounts made available to
11 support emergency operations shall remain available
12 through September 30, 2016: Provided jilrther, That of
13 the amounts made available under this heading,
14 $15,000,000 shall remain available through September
15 30, 2015, for the purposes of establishing and funding',
16 using for either such purpose contracts, grants, coopera­
17 tive agreements, or other transactions as described in see­
18 tion 319I.j of the PHS Act (42 U.S.C. 247d-7e), a stra­
19 tegie investment corporation, whieh shall not be deemed
20 to be a Federal agency for any purpose, to further the
21 purposes of such section 319Ij to foster innovation in the
22 development of medical countermeasures.
23 }1'or necessary expenses for procuring seeurity coun­
24 termeasures (as defined in section 319F-2(c)(1)(B) of the
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1 PHS Act), $250,000,000, to rernam available lmtil ex­
2 pended.
3 }1'1or expenses neeessary to prepare for and respond
4 to an influenza pandemie, $140,009,000; of whieh
5 $10R,OOO,OOO shall be available until expended, for aetivi­
6 ties induding the development and pnrehase of vcu'eint',
7 alltivirals, necessary medical supplies, diagnm.;tics, and
8 ot.her surveillanee too}:;;;: Provided .fi(/rther, rrhat nohvith­
9 standing section 49()(b) of the PHS Act, funds may be
lOused for the const.ruction or l'(-'llovation of privately ovvned
11 facilities for the prodnetioll of pandemie influenza vaeeines
12 and other if the Secretary finds such eonstrue­
13 tion or renovation neeessar'y to seeure sufficient supplies
14 of sueh vaeeines or biologies.
15 In addition, for expenses necessary for replacement
16 of building leases and associated renovation costs for Puh­
17 lie Health Service ageneies and other of HH8,
18 including relocation and fit-out costs, $41,000,000, to re­
19 main available until expended.
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22 available for not to exeeed $50,000 for official reception
23 and representation expenses when approved hy
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SEC. 202. The Secretary shall make available through
assignment not more than 60 employees of the Public
Health Service to assist in child survival activities and to
work in AIDS programs through and vvith funds provided
by the Agency for International Development, the United
Nations International Children's ,BJmergency Pund or the
'Vorld Health Organization.
SEC. 203. None of the funds appropriated in this title
shall be used to pay the salary of an individual, through
a gTant or other extramural mechanism, at a rate in excess
ofPJxecutive l ..evel II.
SHlC. 204. None of the funds appropriated in this Act
may be expended pursuant to section 241 of the PHS Act,
except for funds specifically provided for in this Aet, or
for other taps and assessments made by any office located
in HHS, prior to the preparation and submission of a re­
port by the Secretary to the Committees on Appropria­
tions of the House of Representatives and the Senate de­
tailing the planned uses of such funds.
SJ;Jc. 205. Nohvithstanding section 241(a) of the
PHS Act, such portion as the Secretary shall determine,
but not more than 2.5 pereent, of any amounts appro­
priated for programs authorized under such Act shall be
made available for the evaluation (directly, or by grants
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such programs.
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SE( '. 20G. Not to exceed 1 percent of any di:"wl'e­
tionary nmds (purf.luant to the Balanced Budget and
Emergeney Defieit Control Aet of 1985) whidl are appro­
priated for the enrrent fiscal year for HHS ill this Ad
TlIay be transferred between appropriations, but no such
appropriatioll shall be increased by more than percent
by any Hueh transfer: Provided, That the trn.nsfer (mthO/'­
ity gJ'Cwted by this sectioll Hhall not be used to create all)'
new program or to fund any prqje(:t or activity for whidl
no funds are provided in this Act: Provided fildhcr, That
the Committees 011 Appropriations of the House of Hep­
resentatives and the Senate aTe notified at least 15 days
in advanee of any tnlllsfer.
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SE;('. 207. The Direeior of the NIH, jointly with the
Direeior of the Offiee of ... UDS Hesearch, may tram..;fer np
pen:ent a.mong: institutes and eenters from the total
amounts identified by these two Direetors as funding for
researeh pertaining to the human imrnunodefieic·ney virus:
Prouided, That the Committees 011 Appropriations of the
lIouse of Helwesentatives and the Senate are notified at
least 1;) in adYallee of an,v transfer.
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3 for NIH, the amount for research related to the human
4 immunodeficiency virus, as jointly determined by the Di­
S rector of NIH and the Director of the Office of AIDS Re­
6 search, shall be made available to the "Office of AIDS
7 Research" aeeount. The Director of the Office of AIDS
8 Research shall transfer from sueh aceount amounts nec­
9 essary to carry out section 2353(d)(3) of the PHS Act.
10 SEC. 209. None of the funds appropriated in this Aet
11 may be made available to any entity under title X of the
12 PHS Aet unless the applicant for the award eertifies to
13 the Secretary that it eneourages family participation in
14 the deeision of minors to seek family planning services and
15 that it provides eounseling to minors on how to resist at­
16 tempts to coerce minors into engaging in sexual activities.
17 SEC. 210. Notvvithstanding any other provision of
18 law, no provider of serviees under title X of the PHS Act
19 shall be exempt from any State law requiring notification
20 or the reporting of child abuse, child molestation, seAlIal
21 abuse, rape, or incest.
22 SJ1JC. 211. None of the funds appropriated by this Act
23 (including funds appropriated to any trust fund) may be
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gani7;ation) because the entity informs the Secretar,\' that
it will not provide, pay for, provide coverage of, or provide
referr'nh; for ahortions: Provided, That the Secr'etary shall
make appropriate prospective ac\justlnents to the capita­
tion payment to such an entity (based on an aetuariaJly
sound estirnate of the expected costs of providing the serv­
ice to sueh entity's enrollees): Provided f1U'thcT, That noth­
ing in this seetion shall he construed to change the lVledi­
care program's eoverage for sueh servi(:es and a
Advantage organization deseribed in this seetion shall he
responsible for informing enrollees where to obtain infor­
mation about all Medicare covered
212. In order for HIIS to carry out inier­
national health aetivities, ineluding IIIV/AIDS and other
infectious disease, chronic and environmental disease, and
other health activities abroad during fiscal year' 2014:
(1) rPhe Seeretary may ext'l'dse authority equiv­
alent to that available to the Secretary of State in
section 2(e) of the State Department Basic Authol'i­
ties Act of 1 !-}56. The Seeretal'Y shall eonsult \vitlt
the Seeretary of State and relevant Chief of:VIissioll
to enSUI'e that the authority prmrided in this section
is exercised in a manuel' consistent with seetion 207
of the }1-'oreign Service Aet of 1980 and other appli­
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cable statutes administered by the Department of
State.
(2) The Secretary is authorized to provide such
funds by advance or reimbursement to the Secretary
of State as may be necessary to pay the costs of ac­
qui sit ion , lease, alteration, renovation, and manage­
ment of facilities outside of the United States for
the use of HHS. The Department of State shall co­
operate fully with the Secretary to ensure that HHS
has secure, safe, functional facilities that comply
\vith applicable regulation governing location, set­
back, and other facilities requirements and serve the
purposes established by this Act. rrhe Secretary is
authorized, in consultation with the Secretary of
State, through grant or cooperative agreement, to
make available to public or nonprofit private institu­
tions or agencies in participating foreign countries,
funds to acquire, lease, alter, or renovate facilities in
those countries as necessary to conduct programs of
assistance for international health activities, includ­
iug activities relating to HIV/AIDS and other infec­
tious diseases, chronic and environmental diseases,
and other health activities abroad.
(3) The Secretary is authorized to provide to
personnel appointed or assigned by the Secretary to
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serve abroad, allowances and benefits similar to
those pnwided under chapter 9 of title I of the For­
eign Service Ad of 1980, and 22 U.S.C. 4081
through 408tJ aml subject to sueh regulations pre­
seribed by the T'he Secretary is further
authorized to provide locality-based comparability
pa.Vlllents (stated as a percentage) up to the amount
of the locality-based payment (stated
as a percentage) that would be payable to SUdl per­
sonne] under section 5:W4 of title 5, United Stait's
Code if such personnel's official duty station ,vere ill
the District of Columbia. Leaves of ahsenee for per­
sonnel under this subsection shall be 011 the same
basis as that provided under subchapter I of chapter
tJ:3 of title 5, United States Code, or section 90:3 of
the Foreign Service Act of 1980, to individuals serv­
ing in the Poreign Senice.
Sge. 213. (a) AITTlIOIUTY.-Xotvvithstanding any
other pr(nisioll of law, thp Director of XIII ("Dir'eetOJ''')
may use funds mrailahle under section 402(b)(7) OJ'
402(1))(12) of the PHS Aet to enter into trammetiollH
(other than contraets, eooperativc agreements, or gTtUltH)
to earr:v out rer:-;eareh identified purHnant to snell seetioll
402(1))(7) (pertaining to the Common F'llnd) or' reHeareh
and aetivities deseribed ill sneh Hcetion 402(b)( 12).
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(b) PEEl{ REvmw.-In entering into transactions
under subsection (a), the Director may utilize such peer
review procedures (including consultation ",ith appropriate
scientific experts) as the Director determines to be appro­
priate to obtain assessments of scientific and technical
merit. Such procedures shall apply to such transactions
in lieu of the peer review and advisory council review pro­
cedures that would otherwise be required under sections
301(a)(3), 405(b)(1)(B), 405(b)(2), 406(a)(3)(A), 492,
and 494 of the PHS Act.
S I ~ C . 214. }1'unds which are available for Individual
Learning Accounts for employees of CDC and the Agency
for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry ("ATSDR")
may be transferred to appropriate accounts of CDC, to
be available only for Individual IJearning Aeeounts: Pro­
vided, That sueh funds may be used for any individual
full-time equivalent employee while sueh employee is em­
ployed either by CDC or ArrSDR.
SEC. 215. Not to exceed $45,000,000 of funds appro­
priated by this Act to the institutes and eenters of the
National Institutes of Health may be used for alteration,
repair, or improvement of facilities, as necessary for the
proper and efficient eonduct of the aetivities authorized
herein, at not to exeeed $3,500,000 per projeet.
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(THANSFF:H. OF 1;'lTNDS)
REC. 216. Of the amounts made available for NIH,
1 pereent of the amount made (rvailable for National Re­
seardl Relvice Awards ("::\'T{SA") shall be made avallable
to the Administrator of the Health and Rer'Viees
Administration to make NRSA awards for research in pr'i­
mary medieal earl' to individuals affiliated ·witll entities
who have received grants or eontraets ullder seetion 747
of the PIlR Act, alld 1 pereent of the amount Inade avail­
able for NRSA shall he made cl'vailable to the Director of
the Agency for Healthcare Researeh and Quality to make
NRSA awards for health service resea.reh.
SEC. 217. Pnnds provided to the National Institutes
of Ilealth in this and subsequent ads lllay be used to sup­
port the Sanctuary System for Surplus Chilnpanzees au­
thorized by section 404K of the PHS Aet, including for
the cOllstnwtion, renovation, and funding of current or' ad­
ditiollal facilities of the smwtuary as authorized
by section 404K, notwithstanding the limitations in snb­
seetion (g) of tmeh section.
Nl<JC. 21H. NOlle of the nmds made available in this
title lHay he used, ill ,vhole or in part, to advocate or ])1'0­
mote g'un control.
SEC. 219. (a) The Neeretary shall establish a publiely
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uses of funds made available under section 4002 of the
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010
("ACA").
(b) \Vith respect to funds provided under seetion
4002 of the ACA, the Secretary shall inelude on the "Veb
site established under subsection (a) at a minimum the
following information:
(1) In the case of eaeh transfer of funds under
seetion 4002(c), a statement indicating the program
or aetivity receiving funds, the operating division or
office that will administer the funds, and the
planned uses of the funds, to be posted not later
than the day after the transfer is made.
(2) Identification (along with a link to the ful1
text) of each funding opportunity announcement, re­
quest for proposals, or other announcement or solici­
tation of proposals for grants, cooperative agree­
ments, or contracts intended to be awarded using
such funds, to be posted not later than the day after
the announcement or solicitation is issued.
(3) Identification of each grant, cooperative
agreement, or contraet with a value of $25,000 or
more awarded using such funds, including the pur­
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to bc pOl':ted not later than 5 days aftpl' thc aw<trd
is made.
(4) A rcport detailing: the uses of all funds
transferred undcr scdion 4002( e) during: the fiseal
year, to be postcd not later than 90 days after the
end of the fis('al :veal',
(c) \Vith respeet to <1""ards made in fiseal years 201:i
cllld 2014, the Secretary shall a11':0 include on the 'Veb I':ite
established under subsection (a), semi-annual reports from
each entity awarded a hrrant, cooperative agreement, Ot·
contract from such funds ,vith a value of $25,000 or more,
summarizing: thc adivities undertaken and identifying: any
sub-grallts or sub-contracts aW::1.rdpd (ineluding the pur­
pose of the award and the identity of the reeipient), to
be posted not latcr than ao days aftcr thc end of each
H-month pcriod,
(d) In carrving out this seetion, the Seeretar.y shall:
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(1) present thc information required in sub-
st'etion (h) (1) on a single webpage or on n single
datahase;
(2) ensure that all information required in this
sedion is clireetly aeeessible from the single webpage
or database; and
(;-n ensure that all information required in this
sedion is able to be OJ'ganized by progl'cun 01' Statp,
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(TRA.KSl<'lijR OF FUNDS)
SlijC. 220. (a) vVithin 45 days of enactment of this
Act, the Secretary shall transfer funds appropriated under
section 4002 of the Patient Protection and Affordable
Care Act of 2010 ("ACA") to the accounts specified, in
the amounts specified, and for the activities specified
under the heading "Prevention and Public Health Fund"
in the Conunittee report of the Senate accompanying this
Act.
(b) Not\vithstanding section 4002(c) of the ACA, the
Secretary may not further transfer these amounts.
(c) ]31unds transferred for activities authorized under
section 2821 of the PHS Act shall be made available with­
out reference to section 2821(b) of such Act.
Sgc. 221. (a) The Secretary shall prescribe by regu­
lation, for application in the current fiscal year and in sub­
sequent fiscal years, a schedule of fees for certification of
health information technology as established by section
300'ij-11(c)(5) of title 42. The fees shall be paid by health
information technology vendors based on the fee stIllcture
established by the Secretary and published in the Federal
Re6rister. 'fhe Secretary shall periodically update this
schedule of fees through a notice in the Federal Register.
This fee structure shall be designed to be sufficient to re­
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eatioll progTams authorized hy section ;100.ij-l1 (e)(;,) of
2 title 42, induding' the eosts for health information tceh­
3 nology standards, testing and eertificati OIl , and other rc­
4 latpd cm-;ts for improving' tIlP effi(:ienc,Y of certification pro­
gnans.
6 (1)) COI,LEC'rJON Seeretary shall
7 prescribe proeedures to collect the fees. The Secretary
8 may, for the purpose of colleeting fees, use the services
9 of a department, agency, or instrumentality authorized by
t11p National Coordinator to perform the (:ertifieation of
11 health information tedlIlology in aeeordanee with seetion
12 :300.ij-l1(e)(5) of title 42, and may reimburse sneh de­
13 partment, ageney, or instrumentality a reasonable amount
14 for its Rerviees.
(c) DEPOSIT, A'JD USK­
16 (1) Pees under this seetion shall be
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18 nator for Health Information Tedlllology aeeOtlllt as
19 offsetting eolleetions.
(2) Sueh fees shall be eolleeted and availablp
21 only to the extent and in sneh amounts as provided
22 in advam:p in appropriations aetH.
23 Sgc. 222. (a) The Biomerlieal ArlvHlwed Itesmu'eh
24 and Development Author-ity ("BARDA") may enter into
a eontrad, for more than one but no more than 10 pro­
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gram years, for purchase of research services or of security
countermeasures, as that term is defined in section 319F­
2(c)(1)(B) of the PHS Act (42 u.S.C. 247d-6b(c)(1)(B)),
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(1) funds are available and obligated­
(A) for the full period of the contract or
for the first fiscal year in which the contract is
in effect; and
(B) for the estimated costs associated with
a necessary termination of the contract; and
(2) the Secretary determines that a multi-year
contract will serve the best interests of the Federal
Government by encouraging full and open competi­
tion or promoting economy in administration, per­
formance, and operation of BARDA's programs.
(b) A contract entered into under this section:
(1 ) shall include a termination clause as de­
scribed by subsection (c) of section 3903 of title 41,
United States Code; and
(2) shall be subject to the congressional notice
requirement stated in subsection (d) of such section.
SI<JC. 223. (a) ffhe Secretary shall publish in the fiscal
year 2015 budget justification and on Departmental 'Veb
sites information concerning the employment of full-time
equivalent Federal employees or contraetors for the pur­
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1 poses of implementing, administering, enforcing, or other­
2 wise carrying out the provisions of the Patient Protection
3 and .Affordable Care Act of 2010 ("ACA"), and Hw
4 amendments made by that Act, in the proposed fiscal year
5 and the 4 pr'ior fiscal years.
6 (b) \V1th respect to employees or eontraetors sup­
7 ported by all funds appropriated for purposes of carr;villg
8 out the ACA (and the amendments made by that Act),
9 the Secretary shall illeiude, at a minimum, the follmving
10 information:
11 (1) POl' each snch fiscal year, the seetion of
] 2 SUdl Ad under which snch funds "vere appropriated,
13 a statement indieating' the program, or ac­
14 tivity receiving sueh funds, the Peder-al opef'ating eli­
15 vision or office that administers slwh program, and
16 the amount of funding received III discretionary or
17 mandatory appropriations.
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21 detailed in aeeordanee \\ith paragraph (1).
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(1) Are supported through appropriations en­
acted in laws other than the ACA and work on pro­
grams that existed prior to the passage of the ACA;
(2) spend less than 50 percent of their time on
activities funded by or newly authorized in the ACA;
(3) or who work on contracts for which FTE
reporting is not a requirement of their contract,
such as fLxed-price contracts.
SEC. 224. In lieu of the timeframe specified in section
338E(c)(2) of the PHS Act, terminations described in
such section may occur up to 60 days after the execution
of a contract awarded in fiscal year 2014 under section
338 of such Act.
225. (a) '\Tith respect to a contract, contract
option, or modification executed in fiscal year 2014 be­
tween the National Institutes of Health or any of its com­
ponents and the contract operator of a }lederally Funded
Research and Development Center for severable services,
if the period of the contract, option, or modification begins
in one fiscal year, ends in the next fiscal year, and does
not exceed one year, and if the contract, option, or modi­
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4 (2) funds available for the first of sueh fisea 1
years may be obligated for the total amount of sHeh
6 iner-ement.
7 (b) The authority pruvided in this seetion shall apply
8 only to funds appropriated in this Act.
9 This title rnay be cited as the "Department of Health
and Human Serviees Appr'opriations Ad, 2014".
11 TITI.JE III
12 DEPAHTlVIEKT OF EDUCATIOK
13 EmJCN1'lo:.J F(m TIm DINAJ)\'AKTAOI<}D
14 POl' earrying out title I of the Elernenhlry and See­
ondary Edueation Aet of 19G5 (referred to in this Aet as
16 "ESEA") and section 41HA of the Higher Edueation Ad
17 of 1965 (referred to III this .Ad as "HEA"),
18 $15,H75,2;)1,000, of which $4,941,691,000 shall beeome
19 available on .July 1, 2014, and shall remain available
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21 $10,841,177,000 shall beeome a.vailable on Oetobel' 1,
22 2014, and shall remain available through September ;30,
23 2015, for aeademie year 2014-2015: P1'OV'!:ded, 'rhat
24 $6,5G2,024,OOO shall be for grants under seetioll
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$4,000,000 of these funds shall be available to the See­
retary of Edueation (referred to in this title as "Sec­
retary") on Oetober 1, 2013, to obtain annually updated
local educational agency-level census poverty data from
the Bureau of the Census: Prmyided further, rrhat
$1,362,:301,000 shall be for concentration grants under
section 1124.A. of the ESEA: Provided furthe1', That
$3,344,050,000 shall be for targeted grants under section
1125 of the ESEA: Prnvtided .iiuther', That
$3,344,050,000 shall be for education finance ineentive
grants under section 1125A of the ESEA: Pr'ovided fur­
ther, rrhat funds available under sections 1124, 1124A,
1125 and 1125A of the ESEA may be used to provide
homeless children and youths ·with services not ordinarily
provided to olher students under those sections, including
supporting the liaison designated pursuant to section
of the :VlcKinney-Vento Homeless Assist­
ance Aet, and providing transportation pursuant to section
722(g)(1)(J)(iii) of such Ad: Pmvided further, That
$3,028,000 shall be to carry out sections 1501 and 1503
of the ESEA: Provided further, That $567,485,000 shall
be available until expended for sehool improvement grants
under section 1003(g) of the ESEA, which shall be allo­
cated by the Secretary through the formula described in
section 1003(g)(2) and shall be used consistent "vith the
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f'equirernents of section lOO:3(g), exeept that State and
educational ageneies may use sueh funds to serve any
school eligible to receive assistance under part A of title
I that has not made adequate yearly progress for at least
2 years or is in the State\., lowest quintile of
based on profieieney rates and, in the ease of secondaTY
schools, priority shall be given to those sehools with grad­
uat10n rates below 60 perecnt: Provided That
f\mds available for seho01 improvement gTants may be
m.,ed by a local edueational ageney to implement a
school reform strategy for a sehool w..;ing an evidenee­
based strategy that emmres whole-sehool reform is under­
taken in partner'ship with a st.'ategy developer offering a
whole-sehool reform program that is ba.sed on at least a
moderate level of evidenee that the program will have a
statistieally sigl1ifieant effed on student onteomes, inelnd­
ing more than one well-designed Of' well-implemented ex­
perimental or quasi-experimental study: Prov'ided
rrlmt nmds available for sehool improvement grants may
be used by a loeal edueational agency to implement an al­
ternative State-determined sehool improvement ;..;trategy
that has been established by a State eduentjonal ageney
with the approval of the Seeretary: P1'OI "ided .f1.l.rther, That
a loeal eclueational ageney that is determined to be eligible
for serviees under subpart 1 or 2 of pari B of title VI
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1 of the ESEA may modify not more than one element of
2 a school improvement grant model: Provided further, That
3 notwithstanding section 1003(g)(5)(A), each State edu­
4 cational agency may establish a maximum subgrant size
of not more than $2,000,000 for each participating school
6 applicable to such funds: Prov'ided jurthe-r; That the Sec­
7 I'etary may reserve up to 5 percent of the funds available
8 for section 1 0 0 ~ j ( g ) of the ESEA to carry out activities
9 to build State and local educational agency capacity to im­
plement effectively the school improvement grants pra­
II gTam: Provided .further, That $164,878,000 shall be avail­
12 able under seetion 1502 of the ESEA for a comprehensive
13 literacy development and education program to advance
14 literacy skills, including pre-literacy skills, reading, and
writing, for students from birth through grade 12, includ­
16 ing limited-English-proficient students and students with
17 disabilities, of which one-half of 1 percent shall be reserved
18 for the Secretary of the Interior for such a program at
19 schools funded by the Bureau of Indian Education, one-
half of 1 pereent shall be reserved for grants to the out­
21 lying areas for such a program, up to 5 pereent may be
22 reserved for national activities, and the remainder shall
23 be used to award competitive grants to State educational
24 ageneies for sueh a program, of which a State educational
agency may reserve up to 5 percent for State leadership
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activities, inelnding teelmieal assistance and training, data
collection, reporting, ami administration, and shall
subgrant not less than 95 percent to local educational
agencies or, ill the case of early literacy, to local edu­
cational ageneies or other nonprofit providers of early
ehildhood education that partner with a public or privatt'
llonpr'ofit organization or agency with a demonstrated
of effectiveness in improving the earl,'), literac,v de­
velopment of children from birth through kiHderg'arten
entry and in providing professional development in early
literaey, giving prior'ity to sueh or other entities
serving greater numbers or percentages of disadvantaged
ehildnm: Provided further, That the State educational
agency shall ensure that at least 15 pereent of the sub-
granted funds art' used to serve ehildren from birth
through age 5, 40 pereent are used to serve students in
kindergarten throug'h grade 5, and 40 pertent are llsed
to serve students in nliddle and high school induding an
equitable dist6bution of funds bet\veen middle and high
schools: Pmvided /iuiher, That eligible entities reeeiving'
subgrants from State educational ageneies shall HSP suell
funds for senriees and adi\rities that ha\'e the eharaeteris­
of effeetive literacy through professional
development, sereenillg and assessment, targeted intervell­
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search-based methods of improving classroom instruction
and practice.
SOIIOOL READINESS
For carrying out activities authorized by part D of
title V of the ESEA, $750,000,000 for a preschool devel­
opment grants program: Provided, That such funds shall
be available for obligation through December 31, 2014:
Provided further, That the Secretary shall make competi­
tive grants to States to carry out activities that support
high-quality preschool programs for children from families
at or below 200 percent of the Federal poverty line: Pro­
vided further, That the Secretary may permit or require
States to subgrant a portion of grant funds to local edu­
cational agencies, or local educational agencies in partner­
ship \vith other early learning providers, for the implemen­
tation of high-quality preschool programs for children
from families at or below 200 percent of the Federal pov­
erty line: Provided further, That up to 5 percent of such
funds for competitive grants shall be available for national
activities.
IMPAOT AID
For carrying out programs of financial assistance to
federally affected schools authorized by title \TJII of the
ESEA, $1,290,945,000, of which $1,153,540,000 shall be
for basic support payments under section 8003(b),
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2 abilities under section 8003(d), $17,441,000 shall be for
3 eonstrudion under sedion 8007(a), $66,81:1,000 shall be
4 for-Federal property payments under seetioll 8002, and
$4,8:1f>,000, to remain available until expended, shall bf'
6 for faeilities maintenanee under sedion 8008: Pn)lriried,
7 'rhat for purposes of eomputing the amount of a pa,v'lnent
8 for an elihrib1e loeal edueational ageney under Hcdioll
9 800:-3(a) for sehool veal' 201 :1-2014, enrolled in
a sehool of sueh agelley that \vould otherwise be eligibl<.:>
11 for payment under seetion 800:3(a)(1)(B) of snell Ad, hut
L2 due to the deployment of both parents or legal guardians,
13 or a parent or legal guardian having sole elu:;tody of sneh
14 ehildl'cn, or due to the death of a militar:v parent or' legal
guardian while on aetive duty (so long as sueh children
16 reside on Federal property as deseribed in seetioll
17 )(B)), no longer eligible under such section,
18 shall be eonsidered as eligible students under :.mdt section,
19 provided sueh students remain in average daily attendanee
at a selwol ill the same loeal edueatiollal agency they at­
21 tended prior to their change in eligibility status: Provided
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23 cational ageney that received a fiscal yeal' 2009 sup­
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receive fiscal year 2014 basic support payments for heavily
impacted local educational agencies under such section
and make payments to such local educational agencles
under such section for fiscal year 2014.
SmlOOIl IMPHOVKl\HJN'r PROGI{AMS
For carrying out school improvement activities tUI­
thorized by parts A and B of title II, part B of title IV,
subpart 6 of part D of title V, parts A and B of title
v7J, and parts Band C of title VII of the ESEA; the
:McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act; section 203 of
the Educational Technical _A.ssistance Act of 2002; the
Compact of Free Association Amendments Act of 2003;
and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, $4,621,862,000, of
which $2,782,412,000 shall become available on July 1,
2014, and remain available through September 30, 2015,
and of which $1,681,441,000 shall become available on
October 1, 2014, and shall remain available through Sep­
tember 30, 2015, for academic year 2014-2015: Provided,
rrhat funds made available to carry out part B of title
VII of the ESEA may be used for constI11ction, renova­
tion, and modernization of any elementary school, sec­
ondary sehool, or stI1lcture related to an elementary school
or secondary school, run by the Department of Education
of the State of Hawaii, that serves a predominantly Native
Hawaiian student body: Provided further, That funds
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1 made available to carry out part C of title viI of the
2 ESEA shall be awarded on a competitive basis, and also
3 rnay be used for construdion: Provided .f1trther, rrhat
4 $51,11 ;3,000 r-;hall he available to carry out r-;eetion 20:3
5 of the )1Jdueational Tedmieal Assistance Aet of 2002: Pm­
6 t,idedfitriher, rrhat shall be available to earry
7 out the Supplemental Edueatioll Grants prognun for til('
8 Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the
9 Marshall Islamis: Pro'lyided fil1,ther, That up to 5 pereent
to of the amount referred to in the previous proviso may be
11 reserved by the Federated States of Micronesia and the
12 Republic of the Marshall ls1ands to administer the Sllpple­
13 mental Education (}rants pl'ognllns and to obtain tech­
14 nical assistulJ(;e, oversig'ht and consultancy seTviees ill the
15 administration of these grants and to reimbul'Re the
16 United States Departments of Labor, Health and Human
17 Services, and Bdueation for sneh st'ni(;<'s: Prov/:ded filr­
18 ther, State educational agencies rnay subgrant funds
19 available under part B of title IV of the for ex­
20 panded learning time programs that sigllifienntly increase
21 the number of hours in a regl1lar sellOol schedule and eom­
22 prehensively r'edesisrn the sehool schedule for all students
23 in the Rehool: Provided fit.rtheT, '1'11at snell expanded learn­
24 ing time progrmns shall provide additional learning time
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nities for student participation in e.x})eriential, hands-on
learning, and include enrichment and youth development
activities: Pmvided jwrther, rfhat programs awarded sub-
grants under such part shall include strong partnerships
between schools and community partners: Provided fur­
ther, That up to 5.5 percent of the funds for subpart 1
of part A of title II of the .rJSEA shaH be reserved by
the Secretary for competitive awards for teacher or prin­
cipal recruitment and training or professional enhance­
ment activities to national not-for-profit organizations, of
which up to 10 percent may be used for related research,
development, evaluation, technical assistance, and out­
reach activities: That $149,417,000 shall
be to carry out part B of title II of the ESEA.
INDIAN EDUCNl'IOK
POI' expenses necessary to carry out, to the e.x'ient
not otherwise provided, title VII, part A of the ESEA,
$130,318,000.
INNOVATION AND IMPHOVJijMEjKT
}1'or carrying out activities authorized by part G of
title I, subpart 5 of part A and parts C and D of title
II, parts B, C, and D of title V of the ESEA, and sections
14006 and 14007 of division A of the American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act of 2009, as amended,
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to $400,000,000, \vhieh shall remain available for obliga­
2 tion through December 31, 2014, for section 1400f) of di­
3 vision A of' Public Law 111 as amended, to make
4 m,Yards (including on the basis of previously submitted ap­
plications) to State educational ag'encies, local educational
6 agencies, or consortia of either, in with the ap­
7 plicable requiremellts of that seetion, as deterrnined by the
8 Secretary: Prov'ided ii.,niher, That funds for seetion 1400f)
9 may be available for carrying out a Hace to the Top: Col­
lege Affordability and Completion program (referred to ill
11 this Act as "CAe"): Pnnridcd furihwr, That the Secretary
12 is authorized to make CAC grants to States for the pur­
13 pose of' undertaking reforms and innovations to improve
14 eollege affordahility and quality, and inerease institutional
eapaeity to graduate more students, ineluding' low-income,
16 minority, and lIoll-traditional students and students 'with
17 disabilities: Prov'itied firrther, 'rhat before awarding or oth­
18 enVlse making CAe funds available to States, the See­
19 retar'y may require States to provide evidenee of imple­
mCllting, or a commitment to implement, reforms in (1)
21 inereasing OJ' sw:;tainiug' fisea1 support for public higher
22 edueation while modernizing tilliding policies to constrain
23 eosts and improve student outcomes; (2) ereating, or re­
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ways; (3) empowering consumer choice in postsecondary
education through increased transparency on college costs,
quality, afford ability, and student outcomes; and (4) in­
creasing awareness about college and financial aid among
secondary school students, providing accelerated learning
opportunities, and providing for the seamless transition
from secondary into postsecondary education and between
institutions of higher education: PrO'v'ided furtherr, That in
making a CAC grant to a State, the Secretary may vvith­
hold a portion of the funds to be avvarded until such time
as the Secretary has determined that the State has dem­
onstrated that it has made sufficient progress in the areas
of reform described in the previous proviso: PTO'vided !urr­
therr, That the Secretary may reserve up to 2 percent of
funds provided under section 14006 to obtain qualified
readers and staff to review applications; to conduct over­
sight and monitoring; to prm.ride technical assistance to
potential and successful applicants; and to conduct evalua­
tions of the projects funded in the first proviso: Pmvided
further, That a State receiving a CAC grant under this
section may make subgrants to public and non-profit orga­
nizations located ""ithin the State, subject to limitations
to be established by the Secretary: prrovided fUTtherr, That
the Secretary shall administer State grants for improving
early childhood care and education under such section
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jointly ·with the Secretary of HHS on terms as slH'h
Secretaries set forth in an interagency agreement: Pro­
vided filrthwf', rrhat up to $170,000,000 shall be available
until expended for section 14007 of division A of Publi('
Law 111-5, and up to ;) pereent of sueh funds may be
used for technical assistance and the evaluation of activi­
ties carried out under sud! seetion: Provided That
funds available for seetioll 2151(b) of the RHEA may be
used to train other school leaders and distriet-level per-
sonnet, in addition to the individuals de:"wl'ibed in sub­
seetioll (b) (1) and may be w..;ed to make gTants to State
educational ageneies, illstitutiOllS of higher edueatioD, and
nonprofit organizations, in partnership "ith local edu­
cationa.l ageneies, in addition to the entities described in
subseetion (b)(2): Pr'Ol)'idedfkrther, rrhat ill making grants
under sneh seetioll, the Secretary may desigl1ate loeal edu­
cational agerwies as "high-need local educational agen­
cies" under SUdl terms and conditions as the Seeretary
rnay establish so long as eaeh sneh local edueational agen­
ey meet.s the requirements of 2102(:3)(A) of the ESEA:
Provided further, That the edueation faeilit.ies e1earing­
house established through a eompetitive award process in
fiscal yea I' 201:3 is authorized t.o eolleei, and disseminate
information on cffeetive educational praetiees and the lat­
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construction, improvement, operation, and maintenance of
safe, healthy, high-performance public facilities for early
learning programs, kindergarten through grade 12, and
higher education: Provided jkrther, That $298,834,000 of
the funds for subpart 1 of part D of title V of the ESEA
shall be for competitive grants to local educational agen­
cies, including charter sehools that are local educational
agencies, or States, or partnerships of: (1) a local edu­
cational agency, a State, or both; and (2) at least one non­
profit organization to develop and implement performance-
based compensation systems for teachers, principals, and
other personnel in high-need schools: Provided further,
That such performance-based compensation systems must
eonsider gains in student academic achievement as well
as classroom evaluations conducted multiple times during
each school year among other factors and provide edu­
catOl's with incentives to take on additional responsibilities
and leadership roles: Provided further, That recipients of
such grants shall demonstrate that sueh performanee­
based eompensation systems are developed "rith the input
of teaehers and sehoolleaders in the sehools and loeal edu­
cational ageneies to be served by the grant: Provided fur­
ther, That reeipients of such grants may use sueh funds
to develop or improve systems and tools (which may be
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1 or only for sehools served under the grant) that would ell­
2 hallee the quality and sueeess of the compensation system,
3 such as high-quality teacher evaluations and tools to meas­
4 ure growth ill student aehievement: Prov·ided jil.dher, That
applieationf-l for- such grants shall in elude a plan to Fmstain
6 finaneially the aetivities conducted amI syf-ltems developed
7 under the gT<:l.ut onee the gnwt period has expired: P1'O­
8vided fu.rther, That up to 5 pereent of sueh funds for eorn­
9 petitive grants shall be ayailable for tedmical assistanee,
training, peer revie\v of applieatiows, program outreach,
11 and evaluation aetivities: Provided fu.rther, rrhat
12 $;")5,000,000 of the funds for subpart 1 of part D of title
13 V of the ESEA shall he available for programs to improve
14 teacher effeetiveness and student aeademi<: aehievement
and prepat-edness for cm-eers in science, teehnolog'Y, engi­
16 neering, and mathematles through eompetitive grants to
17 local edu('ational agencies in partnership \",itll institutions
18 of highpr e<iueation, nonprofit organizations, other pnblie
19 a.geneles, mm;eums, and businesses to identity, develop,
validate, and expand the use for high-need students of evi­
21 STEM edm'ational strategies and pr-aetiees in
22 pre-kindergarten throng'h grade 12, ineluding illforrnal
23 edueational strategies and of whieh up to 5 per­
24 cent may be reserved by the Secretary for national adivi­
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further, That of the funds available for part B of title V
of the ESEA, the Secretary may use up to $11,000,000
to carry out activities under section 5205(b) and shall use
not less than $12,000,000 for subpart 2: Provided further,
That of the funds available for subpart 1 of part B of
title V of the ESEA, and notwithstanding section 5205(a),
the Secretary shall reserve not less than $45,000,000 to
make multiple awards to non-profit charter management
organizations and other entities that are not for-profit en­
tities for the replication and expansion of successful char­
tel' school models and shall reserve up to $11,000,000 to
carry out the activities described in section 5205(a), in-
eluding improving quality and oversight of charter schools
and providing technical assistance and grants to author­
ized public chartering agencies in order to increase the
number of high-performing charter schools: Provided fur­
ther, That funds available for part B of title V of the
ESEA may be used for grants that support preschool edu­
cation in charter schools: Pr'ovided further, That each ap­
plication submitted pursuant to section 5203(a) shall de­
scribe a plan to monitor and hold accountable authorized
public ehartering agencies through such activities as pro­
viding teehnical assistance or establishing a professional
development program, which may include evaluation, plan­
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tllOrized publie eharter'ing ageneil's to improve the eapaeity
2 of sue11 ageneies in the State to authorize, monitor', and
3 hold aeeountable eharter sehools: Provided .f1t1'thc<f, That
4 eaeh submitted pursuant to sedion 520:i(a)
shall eOJltain assuranees that State law, regulations, or
6 other polieies require that: (1) eaeh authorized eharter
7 sehool in the State operate under a legally binding' ehal'ter
8 or performanee eontraet behYeen itself and the sellOol's
9 authorized publie ehartering ageney that deseribcs the
rights and responsibilities of the SdlOOl and the publie
11 ehartering agcney; (:onduet annual, timely, and iJl(ie­
12 pendent audits of the sehool's finaneial statements that
13 are filed with the sehool's authorized publie ehartering
14 ageneYi and demonstnlte improved student aeademie
aehievement; and (2) authorized publie ehartering agen­
16 eies use inereases in student "wademie (1ehievement for all
17 groups of HtudentH deRerihecl in sectioll 1111(h)(2)(C)(v)
18 of the ESEA as the most important fadm' when deter­
19 mining to renew or revoke a sehool's ehal'tel'.
SAFF: SCI 1001,S AND EIH'CNl'IO:-':
21 1<"01' (:arrying out activitieH authorized by part A of
22 title IV and suhparts 1, 2, and 10 of part D of title \'
23 of the ESEA, $:n:3,727,OOO: Pmvicied, rrhat
24 $14;),000,000 shall be available for 2 of part A
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tier systems of support and for mental health treatment
and up to $8,000,000, to remain available until expended,
shall be for the Project School Emergency Response to
Violence ("Project SERV") program to provide education-
related services to local educational agencies and institu­
tions of higher education in which the learning environ­
ment has been disrupted due to a violent or traumatic cri­
sis: PrO'v'ided jurther, That $100,000,000 shall be available
for Promise X eighborhoods and shall be available through
December 31,2014.
ENGIJISII LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
For carrying out part A of title III of the ESEA,
$730,680,000, which shall become available on July 1,
2014, and shall remain available through September 30,
2015, except that 6.5 percent of such amount shall be
available on October 1, 2013, and shall remain available
through September 30, 2015, to carry out activities under
section 3111(c)(1)(C): Prov'ided, That the Secretary shall
use estimates of the American Community Survey child
counts for the most recent 3-year period available to cal­
culate allocations under such part.
SpgCIAL EDUCATION
For carrying out the Individuals \vith Disabilities
Education Act (IDJ1JA) and the Special Olympics Sport
and Empowerment Act of 2004, $12,760,141,000, of
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whieb $3,2:31 ,t>7:3,000 shall beeome available on .July 1,
2014, and shall remain available through Septenlher
2015, and of whieh $9,28:3,383,000 shall beeome available
on Oetober 1, 2014, and shall remain available through
September :30, 2015, for aeademie year 2014-2015: PTO­
vided, That the amount for seetion 611(b)(2) of the IDEA
shall be equal to the lesser of the amount available for
that aetivity during fiseal year 2013, inereased by the
amount of inflation as speeified in seetion 619(d)(2)(B)
of the IDEA, or the pereent ehange in the funds appro­
priated under seetion 611(i) of the IDEA, but not less
than the amount for that activity dnring fiseal year 201:3:
Provided ./ilrtiwr, rrhat the Seeretary shall, without regard
to seetion 611(d) of the IDEA, distribute to all other
States (as that term is defined in 611(g)(2)), sub­
jed to the third proviso, any amount by \\'hich a State's
allocation nnder section 611(d), from funds appropriated
under this heading, IS redueed under section
612(a)( 18)(B), aeeording to the following: 85 perepnt on
the of the States' eelativ(' pop1l1atiollfoi of ehildr'en
through 21 ,,,,110 are of the same age as ehildren
,vith disabilities for whom the State ensures the avail­
ability of a free appropriate publie edueation uuder this
part, and 15 pereent to States on the basis of the States'
relative populations of those ehildren who ar'e living in pov­
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erty: Prov·ided further, That the Secretary may not dis­
tribute any funds under the previous proviso to any State
whose reduction in allocation from funds appropriated
under this heading made funds available for such a dis­
tribution: Provided further, That the States shall allocate
such funds distributed under the second proviso to local
educational agencies in accordance vvith seetion 611 (f):
Prov·ided fu.rther, That the amount by which a State's allo­
cation under section 611(d) of the IDEA is reduced under
section 612(a)(18)(B) and the amounts distributed to
States under the previous provisos in fiscal year 2012 or
any subsequent year shall not be considered in calculating
the awards under section 611(d) for fiscal year 2013 or
for any subsequent fiscal years: Providedjiuther, rrhat the
funds reserved under 611(c) of the IDEA may be used
to provide technical assistance to States to improve the
capacity of the States to meet the data collection require­
ments of sections 616 and 618 and to administer and
carry out other services and activities to improve data col­
lection, coordination, quality, and use under parts Band
C of the IDEA: Provided jluther, That the Secretary may,
notwithstanding seetion 643(e)(l) of the IDEA, reserve
up to $2,710,000 of the amount provided under seetion
644 for incentive grants to States to earry out section
635(c): Provided jil/rther, That funds made available for
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the Special OI)Yfnpics Sport and Empowerment Act of
2004 may be used to support expenses assoeiated vvi.th the
Spedal Olympics National and \Vorld Games: Pr01J'iried
further, That the level of effort a local edueational agency
must rneet under seetioll 613(a)(2)(A)(iii) of the IDFJA,
in the year after it fails to maintain effort is the level of
effort that would have been rt'quired in the absence of that
failure and not the l .. EA's redueed level of expenditures:
Provided ./itrther, That the Secretar.y may use funds made
available for the State Personnel Development Grants pro­
gram under part D, subpart 1 of HYEA to evaluate pm­
gram perforrmllH.:c.
RgIIABII.JITATION SF:H\,WI1JS AND DISABILITY
For eanying out, to the extent not othenvise pro­
vided, the Rehabilitation Act of the Assistive T'ech-
Ilology Aet of 1998, and the Helen Keller Xational Center
Act, $3,tHl8, 174,000, of \vhieh $3,302,05:3,000 shalllw for
grants for voeational rehabilitation services under title I
of the Rehabilitation Aet: Provided, T'hat the Secretary
rnay use amounts provided in this Aet that remain avail­
able subsequent to the reallotment of funds to States 11111'­
snant to seetion 110(b) of the Hehabilitatioll Aet for lIHlo­
vative aetivities aimed at improving the ollteornes of indi­
\riduals "'lth disabilities as defined in section 7(20)(13) of
the Rehabilitation Ad, induding' activities aimed at im­
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proving the edueation and post-sehool outeomes of ehil­
dren receiving Supplemental Security Income ("SSI") and
their families that may result in long-term improvement
in the SSI child recipient's economic status and self-suffi­
ciency: Provided ju.rther, 'rhat States may award sub-
grants for a portion of the funds to other public and pri­
vate, nOll-profit entities: Provided jurther, That any funds
made available subsequent to reallotment for innovative
activities aimed at improving the outcomes of individuals
with disabilities shall remain available until September 30,
2015: Provided !ur'ther, That not to exceed $20,000,000
of the amounts made available in the first proviso may
be used for performance-based awards for Pay for Success
projects: Provided fu.rther, That, ,vith respect to the pre­
vious proviso, any funds obligated for such projects shall
remain available for disbursement until expended, notwith­
standing 31 U.S.C. 1552(a}: Provided further, That, w'1th
respect to the third proviso, any deobligated funds from
such projeets shall immediately be available for progTams
authorized under the Rehabilitation ../:\ct.
SpgCIAIJ INSTITU'l'IONS FOB, Pl<JRSONS WITH
DISABILITIES
PlUN'l'INO IIOUSE I,'OR BIJIND
For carrying out the Act of March 3, 1879,
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1 NATIONAIJ 'l'I<:CIINICAIJ INSTITlTTI<: FOH DEAF
2 For the National rredmical InstitutE' for the Deaf
3 under titles I and U of the Edueation of the Deaf Act
4 of' 19R6, $66,422,000: Provided, That from the total
amount available, the Institute may at its disert,tion use
6 funds for the endO\vlnent progTl:lll1 as authorized under
7 section 207 of sueh Ad.
9 For' the Kendall Demonstration Elemelltary Sehool,
the Model Seeonda.ry School for the Deaf, and the partial
11 support of Gallaudet 1;niversity under titles I and II of
12 the Education of the Deaf Act of 19RG, $118,541,000:
13 Pmv'ided, rrhat from the total amount available, the Uni­
14 versitv mav at its diseretion use funds for the elldowrnent
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16 CAHEEH, 'l'ECIINlCAL, AND ADlTJ/\'
17 For carrying- out, to the extent not othenvise pro­
18 vided, the Carl n. Perkins Career and Tedmical Edu­
19 cation ltd of' 200G and the Adult Education and Family
Act ("AEFLA"), $1,74:i,949,OOO, of whid1
21 $952,949,000 shall become available on July 1, 2014, and
22 shall remain available through September ;W, 201::>, and
23 of' \vhieh $791,000,000 shall bceome availahle on Oetober
24 ], 2014, and shall remain available throug'h Septernber :30,
2015: Pmvi<icd, That of the amount available for seetioll
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1 114 of the Perkins Act, $5,000,000 shall be used to help
2 establish or expand dual enrollment career and technical
3 education programs: Prov'ided fu/rther, That such funds
4 may be used to assist individuals in adult education pro­
S grams to enroll in postsecondary career and technical edu­
6 cation courses for credit: Pmvided juTther, That such
7 funds shall supplement and not supplant other Federal,
8 State, or local public funds expended for adult education
9 and literacy activities: Provided further, That of the
10 amount provided for Adult Education State Grants,
11 $74,559,000 shall be made available for integrated
12 English literacy and civics education services to immi­
13 grants and other limited-English-proficient populations:
14 Provided That of the amount reserved for inte­
15 grated English literacy and civics education, notwith­
16 standing section 211 of the ..AEFl.u\, 65 percent shall be
17 allocated to States based on a State's absolute need as
18 determined by calculating each State's share of a 10-year
19 average of the United States Citizenship and Immigration
20 Services data for immigrants admitted for legal permanent
21 residence for the 10 most recent years, and 35 percent
22 allocated to States that experienced grm'\lth as measured
23 by the average of the 3 most recent years for whieh United
24 States Citizenship and Immigration Services data for im­
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less than $()O,OOO: Provided That of the amountR
made available for AEFLA, $14,:302,000 shall be for rl(\­
tionalleadl'rship activities under seetioll 24:3.
FINANCIAL
For carrying out subparts 1, :3, and 10 of part A,
and part C of title IV of the IlJ1JA, $24,5:36,210,000,
which Rhall remain available through September :30, 2015.
The maximum Pell Grant for which a student Rhall
be eligible during award year 2014-2015 shall be $4,860.
STI JI)liJNT AID ADlVIINISTI{ATION
For Federal admllllstl'ative expem·;es to carry out part
D of title I, and subpmts 1, 3, 9, and 10 of part A, and
parts H, C, D, and E of title TV of the HEA,
$1,044,301,000, to remain available until September :30,
2015.
HIGIII<:B.J:1JIHfCATION
}1\)I' carrying out, to the extent not othenvise pro­
vided, titleR H, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII of the IlEA,
the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of
Hltil, and s('ction 117 of the Carl D. Perkins (;areer and
'feehllieal Education l\et of 2006, $1,912,()15,OOO: P'I'O­
vided, 'fhat $20,fiOG,OOO Dhall be for data eolleetlon, eval­
nation, research, and demonstration aetivities relating to
prognuns under the IlEA, ineluding aetivities that are de­
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signed to test approaches for providing grant, loan, or
work assistance under title IV of the HEA in ways that
promote access to, and completion of, affordable and high-
quality postsecondary education programs: Provided fU1'­
ther, That the Secretary may use funds under the pre­
ceding proviso for the costs of postsecondary tuition, fees,
textbooks, and related costs for students enrolled in post­
secondary courses who are participating in evaluation, re­
search, and demonstration activities funded under the pre­
ceding proviso: Provided fU1the'r, That notwithstanding
any other provision of law, funds made available in this
Act to carry out title \71 of the HEA and section 102 (b) (6)
of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of
1961 may be used to support visits and study in foreign
countries by individuals who are participating in advanced
foreig'll language training and international studies in
areas that are vital to United States national security and
who plan to apply their language skills and knmvledge of
these countries in the fields of government, the profes­
sions, or international development: Pro'lJ'ided further, That
of the funds referred to in the preceding proviso up to
1 percent may be used for program evaluation, national
outreaeh, and information dissemination activities: Pro­
24vided jkrther, That, of the amount available under subpart
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use up to $1,485,000 to fund eontinuatioll awards for
projects originally supported under subpart 1 of part A
of title VII of the IHJA: Provided j111'ther, That up to 1.5
pereent of the funds made available under dmpter 2 of
subpart 2 of part A of title TV may be used for evaluation.
HOWAI{D
For partial support of IImvard Ulliversity,
$2:34,064,000, of whieh not less than $:3,59:3,000 shall be
for a matehing endowment grant pursuant to the Howard
University Em}()\vrnent Aet and shall remain available
until expended.
HOlTNINU AND FA( 'IUTIEN LOA:.JN

FloI' Federal administrative expenses to em'}'y out ae­
tivities related to existing facility loans pursuant to seetion
121 of the HEA, $459,000.
HlkTORH'AI,IN BLACK Ar\D ITNI\'I;JI{NI'I'Y
CAPITAl, }1lINANClr\O PIWOHAM ACCOlTNT
For the cost of guaranteed loans, $20,150,000, as au­
thori7.ed pursuant to part D of title III of the HEA, which
I->ha11 remain available through September ;30, 2015: Pro­
uideri, That suell eosts, induding the eost of modi(yillg
sneh loans, shall be as defined in section 502 of the Con­
gressional Budget Aet of 1974: Provided filrther, That
these funds are available to subsidize total loan prineipal,
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any part of which is to be guaranteed, not to exceed
$320,350,000: Provided furtlwr, That these funds may be
used to support loans to public and private Historically
Black Colleges and Universities without regard to the limi­
tations ,,\'1thin section 344(a) of the HEA.
In addition, for administrative to carry out
the Historically Black College and University Capital Fi­
nancing Program entered into pursuant to part D of title
III of the HEA, $352,000.
INSTITCTIij (W EIHTCATION SCmNCgS
For carry'1ng out activities authorized by the Edu­
cation Sciences Reform Act of 2002, the National Assess­
ment of Educational Progress Authorization Act, seetion
208 of the Educational Technical Assistance Act of 2002,
and section 664 of the Indiv'1duals Disabilities Edu­
cation Act, $652,937,000, which shall remain available
through September 30, 2015: Provided, That funds avail­
able to carry out section 208 of the Educational Technical
Assistance Act may be used to link Statewide elementary
and secondary data systems with early childhood, postsec­
ondary, and workforce data systems, or to further develop
such systems: Provided further, That up to $21,000,000
of the funds available to carry out seetion 208 of the Edu­
cational Technical .... L\ssistance Act may be used for awards
to public or private organizations or agencies to support
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1 (letivitips to improve data eoordinatioll, and llse
2 at the loeal, State, and national levels.
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4 PIWUlL\NI ADNIINIS'l'IL\TION
5 POI' earl':ying out, to thp extent llot othenviRe pro­
6 vided, the Department of Edueation Organization Aet, in­
7 eluding J'ental of eonferenee rooms in the Distriet of' Co­
8 hunbia and hire of three passenger motor vehides,
9 $447,:3titi,OOO, of whieh $2,000,000, to rernam availabh.'
1() until expended, shall be for reloeation of, and renova.tion
11 of buildings oeeupied by, Department staff.
12 (WI"H'liJ I"OIt nVIIJ mOIlTS
13 POI' expenses for the ()ffi('(' for Civil
l4 Hights, as authorized by seetic)1) 20:3 of the Department
15 of Edllea1,ion Organization Aet, $102,418,000.
17 For expC'nses neeessary for the Offiee of the Inspeetor
18 General, as authorized by seetion 212 of the Department
19 of Edueation Organization Aet, $59,700,000.
20 GI<jNI,ml\IJ PI{O\TISIONS
21 SI·}C. ;"301. 1\0 funcb appropriated in this Ae1, ma.y hE'
22 used for the transportation of students or teaehers (or for
23 the purehase of equipment for sueh transportation) in
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(or for the purchase of equipment for such transportation)
in order to carry out a plan of racial desegregation of any
school or school system.
302. None of the funds contained in this Act
shall be used to require, directly or indirectly, the trans­
portation of any student to a school other than the school
which is nearest the student's home, except for a student
requiring special education, to the school offering such
special education, in order to comply with title v"'1 of the
Civil Rights Act of 1964. FloI' the purpose of this section
an indirect requirement of transportation of students in­
cludes the transportation of students to carry out a plan
involving the reorganization of the grade structure of
schools, the pairing of schools, or the clustering of schools,
or any combination of grade restructuring, pairing, or
clustering. The prohibition described in this section does
not include the establishment of magnet schools.
Sl<Jc. 303. No funds appropriated in this ___ L\ct may be
used to prevent the implementation of programs of vol­
untary prayer and meditation in the public schools.
('l'RANSFI<iR ()If FUNDS)
Sgc. 304. Not to exceed 1 percent of any discre­
tionary funds (pursuant to the Balanced Budget and
Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985) which are appro­
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2 pl'iation shall be incr'easpd by more than :3 pcrccnt allY
3 suell transfer: Provided, That the transfer authority
4 granted by this sedion shall not b(' used to create any
ne,v or to fund any projed or activity for which
6 no finlds are provided in this Act: Prmrided filrther, That
7 the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Rcp­
8 resentatives and the Senate are notified at least 15 days
9 in advance of any transfer.
81<]( '. ;j05. The Outlying Areas may consolidate fimds
11 received under this Act, pursuant to 48 U.S.C. 1469a,
12 under part A of title V of the Ef·rKL\.
13 :306. Sedioll 105(f)(1 )(B)(ix) of the Compad
14 of lh'ee Amendmellts Act of 2003 (48 n.RC.
1921d(f)(I)(B)(Lx)) shall be applied by
16 "2014" for "200W'.
17 SE('. :307. (a) Section 20(j of the Department of Edu­
18 cation Organization Act (20 U.S.C. :34Hi) is amellded­
19 (1) by striking out the heading and inserting
"Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education";
21 (2) hy out "Office of Voeational and
22 Adult :Education" and "Offiee of Career,
23 Technieal, and Adult Education";
24 (:1) by striking out "Assistant Seeretary for Vo­
cational and Adult J1Jdueation" and inserting "A8­
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1 sistant Secretary for Career, T'echnical, and Adult
2 Education"; and
3 (4) by striking out "vocational and adult edu­
4 cation" each place it appears and inserting "career,
5 technical, and adult education".
6 (b) Section 202 of the Department of Education Or­
7 ganization Act (20 U.S.C. 3412) is amended­
8 (1) in subsection (b)(l)(C), by stril\:ing out "As­
9 sistant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Edu­
lOcation" and inserting "Assistant Secretary for Ca-
II reer, Technical, and Adult Education"; and
12 (2) in subsection (h), by striking out "Assistant
13 Secretary for Vocational and Adult Education" each
14 place it appears and inserting "Assistant Secretary
15 for Career, Technical, and Adult Education".
16 (c) Section 1 of the Department of Edueation Organi­
17 zation Ad (20 U.S.C. 3401 note) is amended by striking
18 out the entry for section 206 and inserting "Sec. 206. Of­
19 fice of Career, Technical, and Adult Education.".
20 (d) Section 114(b)(1) of the Carl D. Perkins Career
21 and Technical Education Act of 2006 (20 U.S.C.
22 2324(b)(1)) is amended by striking out "Office of Voca­
23 tional and Adult Education" and inserting "Office of Ca­
24 reel', Technical, and Adult Education".
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3 subseetions (b) and (e) of that seetion) in order to ('any
4 out cwtivities authoriz.ed under that seetion with resped
to any ESJiJA program funded in this Ad and without re­
6 spect to the source of funds for those aetivities: Proly/:ded,
7 That any funds reserved under this seetion shall be avail­
8 able from .July I, 2014 through Septernber :30,2015: Pro­
9vided f1J/rthcr, rrhat not later than 10 days prior to the
initial obligation of funds reserved under this seetioll, the
11 Seeretary shall submit all evaluation plan to the Senate
12 Committees OIl AppI'opriations and Health, Education,
13 IJabor, iwd Pensions and the Honse Committees on Ap­
14 propriatiolls and Education and the \Vorkfol'ce whidl
identifies the source and amount of funds reserved under
16 this seetion, the impad on program grantees if funds are
17 withheld, and the prograll1R to be evaluated with Rueh
18 funds.
19 S\i]('. 809. None of the funds made available by this
Ad to earry out the IlEA may be disbur-sed or delivered
21 to an institution of ltig'her edueation (or other postse<'­
22 onda ry edueational institution) on behalf of a student, or
23 to a student to he used to attend the institution, unless
24 tllt' iIlRtitution ('ertifieR to the Seeretal'Y that it will not
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1 provided in any form under any Federal law for adver­
2 tising, marketing or student recruitment activities (other
3 than activities required or specifically authorized by title
4 IV of the HEA or otherwise specified by the Secretary).
Sgc. 310. (a) CONSOIjIDA'l'IONS.-For fiscal year
6 2006 and each succeeding fiscal year, if a local educational
7 agency described in subsection (b) is formed at any time
8 after 1938 bv the consolidation of 2 or more former school
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9 districts, the local educational agency may elect to have
the Secretary determine its eligibility for any fiscal year
lIon the basis of 1 or more of those former districts, as
12 designated by the local educational agency.
13 (b) EIjIGIBI,g I;OCAL EDUCArrIONAIj AOl£NCII<JS.-A
14 local educational agency referred to in subsection (a) is­
(1) any local educational agency that, for fiscal
16 year 1994 or any preceding fiscal year, applied, and
17 was determined to be eligible under, section 2(c) of
18 the Act of September 30, 1950 (Public I ~ a w 874,
19 81st Congress) as that section was in effect for that
fiscal year; or
21 (2) a loeal educational ageney formed by the
22 eonsolidation of 2 or more districts, at least 1 of
23 which was eligible for assistance under this section
24 for the fiscal year preceding the year of the consoli­
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(A) for fiseal years 2006 through 20] 3 the
10eal edueational ageney notified the Seeretary
not later than ;30 days after the date of enact­
mellt of this Act; and
(B) for fiscal year 2014 the local edu­
eati01lal ageney ineludes the designation in its
applieation under section 8005 or any timely
amendment to sudl application,
(e) A::\:lOlTNT,-A loeal educational ageney eligible
under subsection (b) shall reeelYe a foundation pa.Vll1ent
as provided for under subparagraphs (A) and (B) of suh­
section (h)(1), as in effeet on the date of enactment of
this Act, exeept that the foundation payment shall be cal­
calated based OIl the most recent pa:vrnent reeeived by the
loeal edueational based on its former conunOll sta­
tus,
8 I;J(, , ;::UJ, Xone of the funds made available by this
Act to earry out the IlEA may be disbm'sed or delivered
ou behalf of a student or to a student to be used to atteud
a progl'am, pursuant to section 481(b) of Hw IlJ1JA, that
prepar'es student;.;; for gainful ernplo,vrnent in reeognized
oceupations requiring lieensillg or other' established re­
qui.'emcnt;.;; as <l fot cntry into SUdl oeeupa­
tions, at an institution of higher odueation (Ol' other post­
soeondary edueation in;.;;titution), unless sueh pl'ogTam
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meets, in the State where the Department has approved
the location offering the program, all applicable State or
professionally mandated licensing, certification, and pro­
gTammatic or specialized accreditation requirements to
fully qualify a student who successfully completes the pro­
gTam to take licensing examinations or obtain credentials
associated with the training provided in the program.
This title may be cited as the "Department of Edu­
cation Appropriations Act, 2014",
TITTlE IV
RELATED AGENCIES
I,'OR PUIWIIAS:BJ FHOlVI P:BJOPll];] 'VIIO Alu1J
BllIKD OR DISABU1JD
SA Lu\RI ES AKD
For expenses necessary for the Committee for Pur­
chase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled
established by Public I .. aw 92-28, $5,396,000.
CORP01{A'l'IOK POH NATIOKAll AKD COMMUNITY SI1JRVICE
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tional and Community Service (referred to in this title as
to carry out the Domestic Volunteer Service Act
of 1973 (referred to in this title as "1973 Act") and the
National and Community Service Act of 1990 (referred
to in this title as "1990 Act"), $756,641,000, notwith­
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1 standing sectioIls 1985(g), 501(a)(6),
2 501(a)(4)(C), and 501(a)(4)(F) of the 1990 Act: Pro­
3m:r1ed, That of' the amounts provided under this heading:
4 (l) up to ] percent of program grant funds may be used
to defray the eosts of conducting grant applieatioll re­
6 views, ineluding the use of outside peer reviewers and elee­
7 tronic nUUlagement of the grants e,vele; (2) $46,724,000
8 shall he available for expenses authorized under seetioll
9 501(a)(4)(E) of'the 1990 Act; (8) $15,806,000 shall be
available to provide assistanee to State eommissions on na­
Il tional and eommunity service, under seetion 126(a) of the
12 1990 Act and notwithstanding seetioll 501 (a)(5)(B) of the
] 3 1990 Act; (4) $:30,000,000 shall be available to earry out
14 subtitle E of the HJ90 Ad; and (5) $5,000,000 shall be
availa.ble for expenses authori:wd under section
16 501 (a)( 4) (FI) of the 1990 Ad, whieh, llot\,ithstanding the
17 provisions of sectioll 198P shall be awarded by eKeS on
18 a eompetitive basis: Provided .fkrther, rrlmt not to exeeed
] 9 20 pereent of funds made available under section
501(a)( 4)(l1J) of the 1990 Aet may be used for 80eia1 ltmo­
21 vation J;lunds Pilot Prof,Il'am-re1ated perform allee-based
22 awards for Pay for Sueeess projeets: Provided fkrihrr,
23 That, with respeet to the previous pro\riso, a1lY funds ob11­
24 gated for sueh projeets shall remain available for' disburse­
ment until e}qlellded, notwithstanding 17,S,C. 1552(a),
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and that any funds deobligated from such projects shall
immediately be available for activities authorized under
198K of such Act.
PAYMJ1JNT '1'0 THE N.A'l'IONAIl SERVICE 1'1UJST
(INCI1UDINO '}'RANSI<'ER OF I"UNDS)
For payrnent to the National Service Trust estab­
lished under subtitle D of title I of the 1990 Act,
$209,840,000, to remain available until expended: Pro­
vided, That CNCS may transfer additional funds from the
amount provided ",ithin "Operating Exllenses" allocated
to grants under subtitle C of title I of the 1990 Act to
the National Service Trust upon determination that such
transfer is necessary to support the activities of national
service participants and after notice is transmitted to the
Committees on Appropriations of the House of Repr'esent­
atives and the Senate: Provided jU1ther, That amounts ap­
propriated for or transferred to the National Service Trust
may be invested under section 145(b) of the 1990 Act
\vithout regard to the requirement to apportion funds
under 31 U.S.C. 1513(b).
SAI1AHms AKD EXPgNSgS
For necessary expenses of administration as provided
under section 501(a)(5) of the 1990 Act and under section
504(a) of the 1973 Act, including payment of salaries, au­
thorized travel, hire of passenger motor vehieles, the rental
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1 of conferenee I'ooms in the District of Columbia, the em­
2 p]o:yment of experts and eommltants authorized under 5
3 U.H.C. :3109, and not to exeeed $2,500 for offieial recep­
4 tion and representation expenses, $88,209,000.
6 For' neeessary expenses of the Office of I nspeetor
7 General in carrying out the Inspeetor General Aet of 1978,
8 $6,466,000.
9 ADl\lI Plm\'ISIOl'\S
10 SI<](,. 401. CNC8 shall makl' any significant changes
11 to program requirements, serviet' delivery or polley only
12 throug:h public notice and eomment ru lemaking. For fiseaI
13 ,veal' 2014, during any grant seleetioll process, an officer
14 or employee of CNCS shall not knovvingly disdose any eov­
15 cred grant seleetioll information regarding sueh selection,
16 direetly or indirectly, to any person other than an officer
17 or employee of CNCS that is authorized by CNCS to re­
18 eeive sueh information.
19 SE(,. 402, AmeriCorps programs reemvmg grants
20 under the Service rrrust program shall met't an
21 overall mininmll1 share requirement of 24 for the
22 first:3 years that they reeeive AmeriCorps funding, and
23 thereafter meet the overall minimnm share require­
24 ment as provided in seetion 2521.60 of title 45, Code of
25 J<"ederal Reg'ulations, without regard to the operating eosts
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match requirement in section 121(e) or the member sup­
port Federal share limitations in seetion 140 of the 1990
Act, and subject to partial waiver consistent with section
2521.70 of title 45, Code of Federal Regulations.
SE]c. 403. Donations made to CNCS under section
196 of the 1990 Act for the purposes of financing pro­
grams and operations under titles I and II of the 1973
Act or subtitle B, C, D, or E of title I of the 1990 Act
shall be used to supplement and not supplant current pro­
grams and operations.
SI1JC. 404. In addition to the requirements in section
146(a) of the 1990 Act, use of an edueational award for
the purpose described in section 148 (a)( 4) shall be limited
to individuals who are veterans as defined under section
101 of the Act.
Sgc. 405. ~ " o r the purpose of carrying out section
189D of the 1990 Act:
(1) Entities described in paragraph (a) of such
section shall be considered "qualified entities" under
section 3 of the National Child Protection Act of
1993 (
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(2) Individuals described m such section shall
be considered "volunteers" under section 3 of
NCPA; and
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1 State on National and Com­
2 mUllity Service to section 178
3 of the 1HHO Aet, arp authorized to reeeivp criminal
4 history record information, with Public
5 Lav{ 92-544.
6 COHl'OI{i\TION 1,'0l{ PITBlj!C BIWADCAHTINO
7 For pa;ynwnt to the Corporation for Public Broad­
8 casting ("CPB"), as authorized by the Communications
9 Aet of an amount which shall be available \vithin
10 limitations specified by that Act, for the fiscal year
11 $445,000,000: Pr01..'idcd, That none of the funds made
12 available to CPR by tllis Act shall he used to pay for re­
l3 eeptioIls, parties, or similar forms of (·utertainment for
14 (}ovprmnent officials or Provided .fiu,ther, That
15 none of the funds made available to by tbis Act shall
16 be available or used to aid or support any program or at'­
17 tivity from which an;v person is excluded, or is denied ben­
18 efits, 01' is discriminated against, on the basis of l'(l('P,
19 (:olor, national origin, religion, or Provfided fkr#wT,
20 rrhat nOlle of the funds made availablt' to CPR by this
21 A('t shall be used to apply any political tE'st or qnalification
22 ill seleeting, appointing, promoting, or taking any other
23 personnel aetion with respect to offieen;, agents, and PII1­
24 ployees of CPB: Pmvided Illrther, rrlwt none of tlw funds
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made available to CPB by this Act shall be used to support
the Television Future Fund or any similar purpose.
FEDI<";l:L\L ]\iII<";DIATION AND CONCIlJIATION SERVIC}<J
SALARIES AND I';XPENSES
For expenses necessary for the Federal :Mediation
and Conciliation Service ("Service") to carry out the func­
tions vested in it by the l.labor- Relations Act,
1947, including hire of passenger motor vehicles; for ex­
penses necessary for the Jjabor-lVlanagement Cooperation
Act of 1978; and for expenses necessary for the Service
to carrv out the functions vested in it bv the Civil Service
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Reform Act, $47,000,000, including up to $400,000 to re­
main available through September 30, 2015 for activities
authorized by the Jjabor-:Management Cooperation Act of
1978: Pr'O'lJlided, That notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302,
fees charged, up to full-cost recovery, for special training
activities and other conflict resolution services and tech­
nical assistance, including those provided to foreign gov­
ernments and international organizations, and for arbitra­
tion services shall be credited to and merged \vith this ac­
count, and shall remain available until e:x.rpended: Provided
jltrther, rrhat fees for arbitration services shall be available
only for education, training, and professional development
of the agency workforce: Provided !wrthe1\ That the Direc­
tor of the Service is authorized to accept and use on behalf
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of the United States gifts of services and real, per;;;onal,
or other property ill the aid of auy proje('t,;;; or functions
"within the Direetor's jurisdiction.
MINE AND RE\'mW
COl'Jl\USSION
SAljAIUES AND
POI' expenses necessary for the Federal }\Iille Safety
and Health Revimv Commission, $17,000,000.
()J;' MlTSEITM AN)) LlImABY SI<,;H\']( 'ES
(W!·'l('E ()J<' l\IPSI<';(TM AND ]jIBltAHY SEH\,WgS: (WANTS
AND ADMINISTRA'I'ION
POl' carrying out the Museum and Library Services
Act of 1996 and the Xational l\Tm.;eum of African Amer­
iean History and Culture Act, $2:31,490,000.
AN]) CHIP AND l1rcEss
COl\Il\USSION
SALAHms AND
For expenses neeessary to earry out section 1900 of
the Soeial Seeurity Act, $9,000,000.
MEDI( 'ARI·3 PAYMENT ADVISOHY COMl\IISSION
SALAHms J\l'\]) EXl'I<,;NSgS
11\w expem:;es necessary to carry out section 1805 of
the Soeial Seem-ity Act, $11,954,000, to be transferTed to
this appropriation from the }1'ederaI Hospital lmmranee
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Trust Fund and the Federal Supplementary Medical In­
surance Trust Fund.
F'or expenses necessary for the National Council on
Disability as authorized by title IV of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973, $3,345,000.
NATIO:'\rAIJ HEAUfII CAHE 'VORKB'OHCIfl COMMISSION
For necessary expenses for the National Health Care
Workforce Commission, as authorized by title V, subtitle
B, section 5101 of the Patient Protection and Mfordable
Care Act, $3,000,000, to remain available until eAllended.
KATIONAIJ 1,tABOH RELI\TIO:'\rS BOARD
SAIJAIUES A:'\rD EXPI<JNSES
F'or expenses neeessary for the National Ilabor Rela­
tions Board to earry out the funetions vested in it by the
I..Iabor- Relations Aet, 1947, and other lmvs,
$284,991,000: Provided, That no part of this appropria­
tion shall be available to organize or assist in organizing
agricultural laborers or used in eonnection ,;vith investiga­
tions, hearings, directives, or orders eoncerning bargaining
units eomposed of agrieultural laborers as referred to in
section 2(3) of the Act of July 5, 1935, and as amended
by the I..Iabor-lVlanagement Relations Act, 1947, and as de­
fined in seetion 3(f) of the Act of .June 25, 1938, and
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1 inelndiIlg in said definition employees engaged in tlle
2 ma.intenanee and operation of ditdles, canals, reservoirs,
3 and vvaterways when maintained or operated 011 a mutual,
4 nonprofit basis and at least H5 pereent of the ,vater stored
5 or supplied thereby is used for farming purposes.
6 NNl'IO:,\!AL iYIEIHATIO:'\! BOAIU)
7 SAIJAIUE:S 1\I\]) EXPIi]l\SgS
8 For' expenses neeessary to earry out the IH'OV1SlOns
9 of the Hallway I.Jabor Act, ineluding emergency boards ap­
10 pointed by the President, $1:3,384,000.
11 ()«(,lll'NI'IOI\AL SAFErl'Y AND HEAl/I'll HEymW
12 CO;\']l\IISSI0I\
13 SALAlUES AND
14 For expenses necessary for the Oceupational Safety
IS and Health Heview Commission, $12,300,000.
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17 Dl TAL BENEFITS I'AYME:'\!TS ACCOUNT
18 Ij10r payment to the Dnal Benefits Payments Ae­
19 count, authorized under section 15( d) of the Railroad Re­
20 tirement Act of 1H74, $3H,OOO,OOO, whidl shall include
21 amounts becoming available in fiscal year 2014 pnnmant
22 to section 224(e)(l)(B) of Pnblie IJaw 9 76; and in addi­
23 tion, an amount, not to 2 pereent of tlw arnount
24 provided herein, khall be available proportional to the
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benefit received exceeds the amount available for payment
of vested dual benefits: Provided, That the total amount
provided herein shall be credited in 12 approximately
equal amounts on the first day of each month in the fiscal
veal'.

PAYMEN'rS '1'0 TIm RAILROAD IU<J'I'lRI<Jl\HJN'l'
ACCOUNTS
For payment to the accounts established in the
Treasury for the pa:yment of benefits under the Railroad
Retirement Act for interest earned on unnegotiated
cheeks, $150,000, to remain available through September
30, 2015, which shall be the maximum amount available
for payment pursuant to section 417 of Public Law 98­
76.
LIMITATION ON ADJ\IINISTRA'1'ION
}<'1or necessary expenses for the Railroad Retirement
Board ("Board") for administration of the Railroad Re­
tirement Act and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance
Act, $110,927,000, to be derived in such amounts as de­
termined by the Board from the railroad retirement ac­
counts and from moneys credited to the railroad unem­
ployment insurance administration fund: Provided, That
notwithstanding section 7(b)(9) of the Railroad Retire­
ment Act this limitation may be used to hire attorneys
only through the excepted service: Provided fu;rther, That
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the prevIOUS provlso shall not change the status under
Federal emplo.Vlnent laws of an,v attorney hired by the
Railroad Retirement Board prior to .Jannary 1, 201 a.
LIl\IITATIOl\' O?'\ 'l'IIFi OI,'I"ICE (W INHI'E( "I'OI{
Jilor expenses necessary for the Offiet' of Inspeetor
General fot' audit, investigatory and review aetivities, as
authorized by the Inspt'ctor General Aet of 1978, not more
than $8,6:18,000, to be derived from the railroad 1'etire-
Inent aeeoullts and railroad unemployment ae­
eount.
RO('lAI, 8E( '{l IU'l'Y AlnlINIHTHATIO:--J
PAYl\m:--JTH TO SOCIAL ,!,J{lIST FeNDH
For payment to the Federal Old-Age and Survivors
Insuranee rrrust Fuml and the Federal Disability Insur­
Trust Pund, as provided under sections 201 (m),
228(g), and 1181 (b)(2) of the Social Seeul'ity Aet,
$16,400,000.
S 1 EN'I'AL HliJClT1{l'l'Y Il\TOl\I F: PHonHAlVI
For' earrying out titles XI and XVI of the Soeial Se­
eurity Ad, seetion 401 of Publie Law 92-60:J, seetion 212
of Public Law 9:1-66, as amended, and seetion 405 of
Public r,a:w 95-2] 6, payment to the Soeial Seeu­
rity trust funds for administrative expensesineurr-ed pnr-
SHant to sedion 201(g)(1) of the Social Security Ad,
$40,[)68, 741,000, to remain available until expclHh'd: Pm­
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vided, That any portion of the funds provided to a State
in the current fiscal year and not obligated by the State
during that year shall be returned to the Treasury: Pro­
vided further, That not more than $54,000,000 shall be
available for research and demonstrations under sections
1110, 1115, and 1144 of the Social Security Act and re­
main available through September 30,2015.
For making, after June 15 of the current fiscal year,
benefit payments to individuals under title XVI of the So­
cial Security Act, for unanticipated costs incurred for the
current fiscal year, such sums as may be necessary.
making benefit payments under title XVI of the
Social Security Act for the first quarter of fiscal year
2015, $19,700,000,000, to remain available until ex­
pended.
IjlMI'1'ATION ON gXPgNSES
For necessary expenses, including the hire of two pas­
senger motor vehicles, and not to exceed $20,000 for offi­
cial reception and representation expenses, not more than
$10,594,473,000 may be expended, as authorized by sec­
tion 201(g)(1) of the Social Security Act, from anyone
or all of the trust funds referred to in such section: Pro­
vided, That not less than $2,300,000 shall be for the So­
cial Security Advisory Board: Provided further, 'rhat unob­
ligated balances of funds provided under this paragraph
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1 at the end of fiscal year 2014 not needed for fiscal year
2 2014 shall remain available until expended to invest in the
3 Social Security Administration information teelmolog:y
4­ and teleeommunieatiolls hardware and software 1nfra­
strndnre, ineluding related equipment and non-payroll ad­
6 ministrative expenses associated solely with this informa­
7 bon teellllolo{..,'Y allCi telt'eommuuieations infrastrueture:
8 Provided .f1lTther, That the Commissioner of 80('ial 8eell­
9 rity shall noti(v the Committees on Appropriations of the
HOlJSe of Representatives and the Senate prior to making
11 unobligated balances available under the authority in the
12 previous proviso: PrmFided jinther, rrhat reimbursement to
13 the tn1st funds under this heading for expenditures for
14 offieial time for employees of the Soeial 8eeurity Adminis­
tration pm'stUlllt to 5 U.S.C. 71:31, and for f'aeilities or
16 support serviees for labor organii';ations purslUlllt to poli­
17 eies, re{..,'111ations, or proeedures referred to in sedioll
18 7135(b) of' suell title shall be made by the Seeretary of
19 the Treasury, with interest, from amounts in the g'eneral
fund not otherwise appropriated, as soon as possible after
21 sueh expenditures are made.
22 In addition, for the eosts \\'i.th eontinuing
23 disahility reviews umier titles II and 1\.\11 of the 8o(·ial
24 Seem'ity Ad and for the eost assoeiated with
redeterminations of eligibility under title XVI of the 80eial
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Security Act, $1,197,000,000 may be expended, as au­
thorized by section 201(g)(1) of the Social Security Act,
from anyone or all of the trust funds referred to therein:
Provided, That, of such amount, $273,000,000 is provided
to meet the terms of section 251(b)(2)(B)(ii)(III) of the
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of
1985, as amended, and $924,000,000 is additional new
budget authority specified for purposes of section
251(b)(2)(B) of such Act: Providedfttrther, That the Com­
missioner shall provide to the Congress (at the conclusion
of the fiscal year) a report on the obligation and expendi­
ture of these funds, similar to the reports that were re­
quired by section 103(d)(2) of Public I .. aw 104-121 for
fiscal years 1996 through 2002.
In addition, $173,000,000 to be derived from admin­
istration fees in excess of $5.00 per supplementary pay­
ment collected pursuant to section 1616 ( d) of the Social
Security Act or section 212(b)(3) of Public IJaw 9:3-66,
which shall remain available until e}.."Pended. To the extent
that the amounts eolleeted pursuant to such sections in
fiscal year 2014 exceed $173,000,000, the amounts shall
be available in fiscal year 2015 only to the extent provided
in advance in appropriations Acts.
In addition, up to $1,000,000 to be derived from fees
colleeted pursuant to seetion 303(c) of the Social Security
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1 Proteetion Act, whieh shall remam availahle until ex­
2 pended.
3 OF IN:-;pg("rOl{ OgNgl{AIJ
4 (lNCL{)])ING THA.t\:-;l"EH· OF FllNJ):-;)
5 }1"1or expenses neeessClry for the Office of Inspeetor
6 General in earrying out the provisions of the Im;pedor
7 General Ad of 1978, $29,698,000, together ,vitll not to
8 exceed $74,972,000, to be transferred and expended as
9 authorized by section 201(g)(1) of the Social Security Ad
10 from the Federal Old-Age and Sm'VivOl's Insurance rrrust
11 }1'1ull d and the I
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edel'al Disability Insurance Tr'ust Fund.
12 I n addition, an amOllllt not to exceed :j pereent of
13 the total IH'ovided in this appropriation may be transferred
14 from the "IJimitatioll on Administrative Expenses",
] 5 Administration, to be merged ,,,,ith this account,
16 to be available for the time and purposes for which this
17 aeeount is antilable: Provided, That notiee of such trans­
18 fers Hhall be transmitted promptly to the Committees on
19 Appropriations of' the House of Representatives and tl1<'
20 Senate at least 15 days in advance of' any transfer.
21 TYl'IJ}1J V
22 GENERAL PROVISION8
23 ('1'HAi,:-;Fl<JH ()J;' I"IT.K]):-;)
24 8g(;. 50]. rplw 8eeretaries of' IJahor, IIeaJth and
25 Human Sen'ices, and Education are authorized to transfer
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unexpended balances of prior appropriations to accounts
corresponding to current appropriations provided in this
Act. Such transferred balances shall be used for the same
purpose, and for the same periods of time, for which they
were originally appropriated.
SEC. 502. No part of any appropriation contained in
this Act shall remain available for obligation beyond the
current fiscal year unless expressly so provided herein.
SEC. 503. (a) No part of any appropriation contained
III this Act or transferred pursuant to section 4002 of
Public I.Jaw 111-148 shall be used, other than for normal
and recognized executive-legislative relationships, for pub­
licity or propaganda purposes, for the preparation, dis­
tribution, or use of any kit, pamphlet, booklet, publication,
electronic communication, radio, television, or video pres­
entation designed to support or defeat the enactment of
legislation before the Congress or any State or local legis­
lature or legislative body, except in presentation to the
Congress or any State or local legislature itself, or de­
signed to support or defeat any proposed or pending regu­
lation, administrative action, or order issued by the execu­
tive branch of any State or local government, except in
presentation to the executive branch of any State or local
government itself.
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(b) No part of' aIW appropriation contained in tillH
Ad or' transferred pursuant to section 4002 of' Publie Law
111-148 shall be used to pay the salary or expenses of
any grant or eontraet l'eeipient, or agent aeting for
reeipient, related to any aetivity designed to influence the
enactment of legislation, appropriations, reg'ulation, ad­
ministnttive aetion, or Exeeutive order pr'oposed or pend­
ing before the CongresH or any State government, Statt'
legislature or loeal legislature or legislative body, otht'l"
than fOJ' normal and reeo6>nized exeeutive-IegiHlative reIa­
tiOllHhips or partieipatioll by an agency or off'ieer of a
State, local or tribal government in polieynmking and ad­
ministrative proeesses within the exeeutive braneh of that
government.
(') The prohibitiollH in subsections (a) and (1)) shall
include £lny aetivity to advoeate or promote any proposed,
pending or future Pederal, State 01' loeal tax or
a.ny proposed, pending, or fnture requirement or l'estrie­
tion on any legal eonsumer produd, induding its sale 01'
marketing, ineludillg but 110t limited to the advomwy or
promotion of g:nn control.
SE( '. 504. The Seeretaries of Labor and Edueation
are authorized to make available not to exeeed $2H,OOO
and $20,000, respeetiYely, from funds available for sala­
neR alld expenses under titles I and III, respedively, for
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official reception and representation expenses; the Direc­
tor of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service is
authorized to make available for official reception and rep­
resentation expenses not to exceed $5,000 from the fiUlds
available for "Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service,
Salaries and Expenses"; and the Chairman of the Na­
tional lVlediation Board is authorized to make available for
official reception and representation expenses not to ex­
ceed $5,000 from funds available for "National lYlediation
Board, Salaries and Expenses".
SE:c. 505. When issuing statements, press releases,
requests for proposals, bid solicitations and other docu­
ments describing projects or programs fllnded in whole or
in part with Federal money, all grantees receiving F"1ederal
funds included in this Act, including but not limited to
State and local governments and recipients of Federal re­
search grants, shan clearly state­
(1) the percentage of the total costs of the pro­
gram or project which ,,\till be financed with Federal
money;
(2) the dollar amount of Federal funds for the
project or program; and
(3) percentage and dollar amount of the total
costs of the prQject or program that will be finaneed
by non-governmental sources.
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'. 506. (a) 1\Jone of the funds appropriated ill this
Ad, and none of the funds in any trust fund to whieh
t\mds are appropriated in this Aet, shall be expended for
any abortion.
(b) None of the funds appropriated in this Aet, and
none of the funds in any trust fund to whieh funds are
appropriated in this Aet, shall be expended for health hen­
efits eoverage that ineludes eovcrage of abortion.
(e) rrhe term "health benefits coverage" means the
paekage of services eovered by a managed earp providel'
or organization pursuant to a eontraet or other arrange­
ment.
507. (a) The limitations established in the pr'e­
('eding seetioll shall not applyto an abortion­
(1) if the pregnaney iR the rmmlt of an aet of
rape or ineest; or
(2) in the ease where a woman suffers f1'om a
physieal disorder, physieal iqjuI'.Y, or physieal illness,
ineluding a life-endangering physieal eondition
enused by or arising from the pregmmey itself, that
would, as certified by a physician, plaee the \YOInan
ill danger" of death unless an abortion is performed.
(b) Nothing in the preeeding sedioll shall be (,OIl-
Rtrued aoS prohibiting the expenditure by a State, Ioeality,
entity, or private person of State, loeal, or private funds
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(other than a State's or locality's contribution of Medicaid
matching funds).
(c) Nothing 1Il the preceding section shall be eon­
strued as restricting the ability of any managed care pro­
videI' from offering abortion eoverage or the ability of a
Statc or locality to contract separately with such a pro­
videI' for such eoverage w'ith State funds (other than a
State's or locality's contribution of :Medicaid matehing
funds).
(d)(l) None of the funds made available in this Act
may be made available to a Federal agency or program,
or to a State or local government, if such agency, program,
or government subjects any institutional or individual
health care entity to discrimination on the basis that the
health eare entity does not provide, pay for, prov'ide cov­
erage of, or refer for abortions.
(2) In this subseetion, the term "health care entity"
ineludes an individual physician or other hcalth care pro­
fessional, a hospital, a provider-sponsored organization, a
health maintenance organization, a health insuranee plan,
or any other kind of health care facility, organization, or
plan.
Sgc. 508. (a) None of the funds made available in
this Aet may be used for­
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1 ( 1) the creation of a h11 man embr:vo or ernbryos
2 for research purposes; or
3 (2) research in which a human ernbryo or em­
4 bryos are destroyed, discarded, or knmvingly sub-
S jeeted to risk of injury or death greater than that
6 allowed for I'eseal'ell on fetuses in utero under' 45
7 C}<'R 46.204(b) and seetion 498(b) of the Public
8 Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 289g(b)).
9 (b) For purpm.;es of this section, the term "human
10 embryo or embryos" lnelude:-; auy organism, not IH'oteeted
11 as a human under 45 CFR 46 as of the date of
12 the enactInent of this Act, that is derived by fertilization,
13 parthenogenesis, eloning, or any other' mea.IlS fhull one or
14 more human gametes 01' human diploid cells.
15 SI<}( '. 509. (a) None of the funds Inade available ill
16 this Act may be used for any activity that promotes the
17 legalization of any drug or other substance included in
18 schedule I of the schedules of controlled substanees estab­
19 Ii shed under section 202 of tl1(' Controlled Substanees Ad
20 exeept fot' normal and r'ccog'nized
21 commullieations.
22 (b) The limitation 1Il subsection (a) shall not apply
23 when there is signifiec.mt medieal of a thel'Hlwutie
24 adnlntage to the use of sneh drug or other substanee or
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that federally sponsored clinical trials are being conducted
to determine therapeutic advantage.
SEC. 510. None of the funds made available in this
Act may be used to promulgate or adopt any final stand­
ard under section 1173(b) of the Social Security Act pro­
viding for, or providing for the assignment of, a unique
health identifier for an individual (except in an individ­
ual's capacity as an employer or a health care provider),
until legislation is enacted specifically approving the
standard.
SEC. 511. None of the funds made available in this
Act may be obligated or expended to enter into or renew
a eontract with an entity if­
(1) such entity is otherwise a eontractor with
the United States and is subject to the requirement
in 38 U.S.C. 4212(d) regarding submission of an
annual report to the Secretary of Ijabor concerning
employment of eertain veterans; and
(2) such entity has not submitted a report as
required by that section for thc most recent year for
which such requirement was applicable to such enti­
ty.
SEC. 512. None of the funds made available in this
Act may be transferred to any department, agency, or in­
strumentality of the United States Government, except
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pursuant to a transfer made by, or transfer authority pro­
vided in, this Ad or any other' appropriation Aet.
SEC. 51 :3. one of the funds made available by this
Aet to earTY out the l .. ibrary Kerviees and Tedmology Aet
ma,v be made available to any library eovered hy para­
graph (1) of seetion 224(f) of sueh Ad, as amendpcl by
the Childr-en's Intprnet Proteetion Aet, unless suell library
has made tilt:' eertifieations required by paragraph (4) of
sueh sedioll.
SEC'. 514. (a) None of the funds provided under this
Ad, or provided under previous appropriations A('ts to the
ageneies funded by this Ad that remain available for obli­
gation or expenditure ill fiseal year 2014, or provided from
any in the rrreasury of the United States derived
by the ('olleetion of fees available to the ageneies funded
by this Aet, shall be available for obligation or expenditure
tllrough a reprognunming of funds that­
(1) ereates lle\\' programs;
(2) eliminates a pl'ogTam, prqjeet, or
(8) funds or personnel by any means
for any projed 01' activity for whieh funds have beell
uellied or
(4) reloeateR an or employees;
(5) reorganizes or' renames offiees;
(6) reorganizeR programs or adivities; or
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(7) contracts out or privatizes any functions or
acti'vities presently performed by Federal employees;
unless the Committees on Appropriations of the House of
Representatives and the Senate are notified 15 days in
advance of such reprogTamming or of an announcement
of intent relating to such reprogramming, whichever oc­
curs earlier.
(b) None of the funds provided under this Act, or
provided under previous appropriations Acts to the agen­
cies funded by this Act that remain available for obligation
or expenditure in fiscal year 2014, or provided from any
accounts in the Treasury of the United States derived by
the collection of fees available to the agencies funded by
this Act, shall be available for obligation or expenditure
through a reprogTamming of funds in excess of $500,000
or 10 percent, whichever is less, that­
(1) augments existing progTams, projects (in­
cluding construction projects), or activities;
(2) reduces by 10 percent funding for any exist­
ing program, prQject, or activity, or numbers of per­
sonnel by 10 percent as approved by Congress; or
(3) results from any general savings from a re­
duction in personnel which would result in a change
in existing progTams, activities, or projects as ap­
proved by CongTess;
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1 unless the Committees on Appropriations of the House of
2 Repl'esentatives and the Senate are notified 15 days in
3 advance of such repn)gramming or of an announcement
4 of intent relating to such reprogramming, \vhichever- oc­
curs earlier,
6 SI;:C, 515, (a) Kone of the funds made available in
7 this Act may be used to f'equest that a candidate for ap­
8 pointment to a Federal scientific advisory committee dis­
9 dose the politieal affiliation or voting history of the ean­
(hdate or the position that the candidate holds 'with re­
11 spect to political issues not related to and nec­
12 e::-;sary for the work of the committee involved,
13 (h) None of the funds made available in this Act may
] 4 be used to disseminate information that is deliberate):v
false or misleading,
16 S
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k g(',;) , . /It 1111 / ;) (ays 0 cnaetmcnt o' t 11::-; Ad,
17 each department and related ageuey funded through this
18 Act shall submit an operating plan that details at the pro­
19 gram, projed, and activity level any funding
fot' fiseal year 2014 that are different than thof.le speeified
21 ill thi::-; Act, the aeeompanying detailed table in the Com­
22 rnittee report aceompanying this Ad, or the fiscal year
23 2014 budget request,
24 Sg(', 517, rrhe of Labor, Health ami
Human Serviees, auel Edueatioll shall each prepare and
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submit to the Committees on Appropriations of the House
of Representatives and the Senate a report on the number
and amount of contracts, grants, and cooperative agree­
ments exceeding $500,000 in value and awarded by the
Department on a non-competitive basis during each quar­
tel' of fiscal year 2014, but not to include grants awarded
on a formula basis or directed by law. Such report shall
include the name of the contractor or grantee, the amount
of funding, the governmental purpose, ineluding a jus­
tification for issuing the award on a non-competitive basis.
Such report shall be transmitted to the Committees "vithin
30 days after the end of the quarter for which the report
is submitted.
SFJc. 518. None of the funds appropriated or other­
"vise made available bv this Act may be used to enter into
.
a contract in an amount greater than $5,000,000 or to
award a grant in excess of such amount unless the pro­
spective contractor or grantee eertifies in writing to the
agency awarding the contract or grant that, to the best
of its knowledge and belief, the contraetor or gl'antee has
filed all tax returns required during the 3 years
preceding the certification, has not been convicted of a
criminal offense under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986,
and has not, more than 90 days prior to certification, been
notified of any unpaid Federal tax assessment for whieh
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1 the liability remains unsatisfied, unless the assessment is
2 the of an installment agreement or offer in eom­
3 pI'omise that has been approved by the Internal Revenue
4 Rerviee and is not in default, 0]' the assessment is the sub­
jed of a non-frivolous adnlillistrative or judieial pro­
6 eeeoillg.
7
8 Sl']( '. 519. Of the funds made available for perfol'm­
9 ance bonus pa;Ylllents under seetion 2105(a)(:3)(E) of the
Soeial Secnrity Aet, $5,000,000,000 are hereby rescinded.
II '. 520. None of the funds contained in this Act
12 may be used to distribute any needle or Hyringe for the
13 purpose of preventing the spread of hlood borne pathogens
14 ill any location that hm; been determined by the loeal pub-
lie health or local law enforcement authorities to be inap­
16 propriate for sueh distribution.
18 521. (a) IN Health Education
19 Assistance L .. oan ("HEAl..") program under title VII, part
A, subpart I of the PHS Act, and tIll' authority to admlu­
21 ister snell pl'Ogram, induding servicing, eolleeting, and en­
22 foreing any loans that wcre made under sueh progmm
23 that renw.in outstanding, shall be
24 from the Seeretary of Health and Hnman S('l'vices to the
Secretary of l£dueation no later' than the end of the first
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fiscal quarter that begins after the date of enactment of
this act.
(b) "rIL\NfWEH FUNCTION8, AND LIABIIr
ITIE8.-The functions, assets, and liabilities of the Sec­
retary of Health and Human Services relating to such pro­
gram shall be transferred to the Secretary of Education.
(c) COOHDIKATION OJ;'
THANSI"ER.-The Secretary of Health and Human Serv­
ices and the Secretary of Education shall carry out the
transfer of the HEAIj program described in subsection
(a), including the transfer of the functions, assets, and
liabilities specified in subsection (b), in the manner that
they determine is most appropriate.
(d) USE OF AU'l'lIOm'l'IES HEA (W 1965
In servicing, collecting, and enforcing the loans described
in subsection (a), the Secretary of Education shall have
available any and all authorities available to such See­
retary in servieing, eolleeting, or enforcing a loan made,
insured, or guaranteed under part B of title IV of the
HEA of 1965.
(e) CONIN)lUvIING as of the
date on which the transfer of the HEAIJ program under
subsection (a) takes effect, section 719 of the PHS Act
is amended by adding at the end the following new para­
graph:
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"( 6) 'rhe term 'Seeretary' means the Seer'ctary
of Edueation.".
(IN(,IJlTDIN(l Tl{ANNVEI{ OF }<'(11\])N)
SEC. ;".,22. (a) DI1WINITIOM-L-In this seetion,
(] ) "Performanee Partnership Pilot" (or
"Pilot") is a projeet that seeks to identif)l, through
a demonstration, ('ost-effeetiye strategies for pro­
yiding sel"viees at the State, reg'iolla1, or 10eal level
t11at­
(A) illvolve two or more Federal prognuns
(administered h.v one or more Federal agen­
eics)­
(i) whidl luwe related poliey goals,
and
(ii) at least one of whieh is adminis­
tcred (in whole or in part) by a State,
10eal, or tribal government; and
(B) aehieve better results for regions, tom­
mlluities, or speeifie at-risk populations through
making better use of the budgetary resourecs
that are available for supportil1g' sl1<'h pro­
gnuns.
(2) "To H11prove outeomes for
youth" means to inerease the rate at whieh individ­
ua];.; betweeJl the ages of 14 amI 24 (who arc ]m\,­
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ineome and either homeless, in foster eare, involved
in the juvenile justiee system, unemployed, or not
enrolled in or at risk of dropping out of an edu­
eational institution) aehieve success in meeting edu­
cational, employment, or other key goals.
(3) rI'he "lead }i'ederal administering ageney" is
the Federal agency, to be designated by the Direetor
of the Office of .Management and Budget (from
among the partieipating Federal ageneies that have
statutory responsibility for the Federal diseretionary
funds that ,vill be used in a Performanee Partner­
ship Pilot), that will enter into and administer the
particular Performance Partnership Agreement on
behalf of that ageney and the other participating
Federal ageneies.
(b) UElI;:: (W DISCIUJTIONAHY FUNDS IN FISCAIj YEAR
2014.-Federal agencies may use Federal diseretionary
funds that are made available in this Act to carry out up
to 13 Performance Partnership Pilots. Such Pilots shall:
(1) be designed to improve outcomes for diseon­
nected youth, and
(2) involve Federal programs targeted on dis­
connected youth, or designed to prevent youth from
disconnecting from school or work, that provide edu­
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cation, tra.ining, emploY'111ent, and other related so­
<:inl seI'vices.
(e) PIUU,lOHlVlANCI'J PAn'PNgW41IIP AURl'}I'J:YmNTs.-
Pederal ageneies may use Federal discretionary funds, as
authorized in subseetion (b), to participate in a PeT'form­
ance Partnership Pilot only in aeeordanee \vith the terms
of a Performanee Partnership Agreement that­
(]) is entered into between­
(A) the head of the lead Federal admiu­
istcring ageney, OIl behalf of al1 of tIll' partiei­
pating ageneies to tIll' head of
the lead F'ederaI administeri ng' agene.v having
reeeived from the heads of eaell of tll(' other
partieipating ageneies their written eoncurrenee
for entering into Hll' Agreement), and
(B) the respeetive representatives of all of
the State, loeal, or tribal governments that are
partieipating in the Agreement; and
(2) speeifies, at a minimum, the follmving infor­
mation:
(A) the length of the Agreement (which
shall not extend beyond September :30, 2(18);
(B) the Federal programs and federally
funded serviees that are involved in the Pilot;
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(C) the Federal discretionary funds that
are being used in the Pilot (by the respective
Federal account identifier, and the total
amount from such aeeount that is being used in
the Pilot), and the period (or periods) of avail­
ability for obligation (by the Federal Govern­
ment) of such funds;
(D) the non-}1"'ederal funds that are 1Il­
volved in the Pilot, by source (which may 1Il­
clude private funds as well as governmental
funds) and by amount;
(E) the State, loeal, or tribal programs
that are involved in the Pilot;
(F) the populations to be served by the
Pilot;
(G) the cost-effective Federal oversight
procedures that will be used for the purpose of
maintaining the necessary level of account­
ability for the use of the }1'ederal discretionary
funds;
(II) the cost-effective State, local, or tribal
oversight procedures that will be used for the
purpose of maintaining the necessary level of
accountability for the use of the Federal discre­
tionarv funds'
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1 (I) the outeome (or that the
2 Pilot is designed to aehieve;
3 (.J) the appropriate, reliable, and objeetlve
4 out(:om(Lmeasurement methodology tliat th('
5 Pederal Government and the participating
6 State, loeal, or' tribal governments will use, in
7 earrving' out the Pilot, to determine \vhether' the
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8 Pilot is achieving, and has aehieved, the speei­
9 fied outcomes that the Pilot is desigIH:'d to
10 aehieve;
1 1 (K) the statutory, regulatory, or adminis­
12 trative requirements related to mandu­
13 tory programs that are barriers to achieving im­
14 proved outcomes of the Pilot; and
15 (1..) in cases \vhere, during the ('ourse of
16 the Pilot, it is determilled that the Pilot 1S not
17 achieving the specified outeomes that it IS de­
18 signed to achieve,
19 (i) the consequenees that 'will result
20 from sueh deficieneies with resped to the
21 F'ederal discretionary funds that are being
22 used in the Pilot, and
23 (ii) the eorredive actions that \vill be
24 taken in order to inerease the likelihood
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that the Pilot, upon completion, win have
achieved such specified outcomes.
(d) A01<JNCY HI<JAD DJ1JTI£KVIINATIONS.-A Federal
agency may participate in a Performance Partnership
Pilot (including by providing Federal discretionary funds
that have been appropriated to such agency) only upon
the \vritten determination by the head of such agency that
the agency's participation in such Pilot­
(1) will not result in denying or restricting the
eligibility of any individual for any of the services
that (in whole or in part) are funded by the ageney's
programs and Federal discretionary funds that are
involved in the Pilot, and
(2) based on the best available information, will
not othel'\vise adversely affed populations
that are the recipients of such services.
In making this determination, the head of the agency may
take into consideration the other Federal discretionary
funds that \vill be used in the Pilot as wen as any non-
Federal funds (including from private sources as well as
governmental sources) that be used in the Pilot.
(e) THANSI·'I<Jlt AUTIIOlUTY.-For the purpose of car­
rying out the Pilot in aecordance with the Performance
Partnership Agreement, and suqject to the ·written ap­
proval of the Director of the Offiee of :Management and
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Budget, the head of each participating F'edend agency
may transfer Federal discretionary umds that are being
used in the Pilot to all account of the lead Pederal admin­
ister'ing agency that inelmles Federal diseretionary funds
that are being used in the Pilot. Subjeet to the waiver
authority undt'r subsection (f), slH'h transferred fund:;;
shall remain available for the same purposes for \:"hieb
sueh funds were orisYinally appropriated: Provided, That
sueh transferred funds shall remain available for' obliga­
tiOll hy the J1\:deral Government until the expiration of the
period of availability for tho:;;e I,'Iederal discretionar,v funds
(which are being used in the Pilot) that have the long'est
period of availability, exeept that any sueh transfern'd
funds shall not remain available beyond September
2018.
(f) 'VAIVEI{ An'l'llOHI'l'Y.-In conneetion \vitlt a J1'ed­
era] ag'ency's participation in a Performance Partnership
Pilot, and subjeet to the other provisions of' this seetion
(including subsee1ioll (e)), the head of the Federal agency
to whieh the }"1edera] diseretionary funds were appro­
priated may waive (in whole or in part) the application,
solely to such diseretionary thnds that are being used in
the Pilot, of any statutory, regulatory, or administrative
requirement that suell agency head­
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1 (1) is othenvise authorized to waive (in accord­
2 ance 1vith the terms and conditions of such other au­
3 thority), and
4 (2) is not otherwise authorized to WaIve, pro-
S vided that in such case the agency head shall­
6 (A) not waive any requirement related to
7 nondiscrimination, wage and labor standards,
8 or allocation of funds to State and substate lev­
9 eIs;
10 (B) issue a written determination, prior to
11 gnmting the waiver, respect to such discre­
12 tionary funds that the granting of such waiver
13 for purposes of the Pilot­
14 (i) is consistent vvith both­
15 (1) the statutory purposes of the
16 Federal program for which such dis­
17 cretionary funds were appropriated,
18 and
19 (IT) the other prOVISIOns of this
20 section, including the written deter­
21 mination by the ageney head issued
22 under subseetion (d);
23 (ii) is necessary to achieve the out­
24 comes of the Pilot as specified in the Per­
25 formance Partnership AgTeement, and is
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1 no broadpr in seolW than is necessary to
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2 achieve sneh outeomes; and
3 (iii) will result in eithel'­
4 (1) realizing effieieneies by SHn­
5 reporting burdens or redueing
6 administrative barriers with respeet to
7 sneh diseretionaryfiulds, or
8 (II) increasing' the ability of indi­
9 viduals to obtain to services
10 that are provided by sueh disere-
II tionary funds; and
12 (C) provide at least GO days advance \\Tit­
13 ten notice to the Committees on Appropriations
14 and other committees of jurisdietion in the
15 House of Representatives and the Senate.
16 SI{;C. 52:i. (a) The head of any Executive brand] de­
17 partment, agency, board, commission, or office funded by
18 this Act shall submit allnual reports to the Inspector (}en­
19 eral or senior ethics official for any cntitv \\'itho11t an In­
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20 speetor Gener'al, regardillg the costs and contracting pro­
21 ecdures related to each conference held by any such cle­
22 partment, agency, board, commission, or office during f18­
23 eal year 2014 for whieh the <:ost to the ITnited States Gov­
24 ernment was more than $100,000.
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(b) Baeh report submitted shall include, for each con­
ference described in subsection (a) held during the applica­
ble period­
(1) a description of its purpose;
(2) the number of participants attending;
(3) a detailed statement of the costs to the
United States Government, induding­
(A) the cost of any food or beverages;
(B) the eost of any audio-visual serviees;
(C) the cost of employee or eontraetor
travel to and from the eonference; and
(D) a discussion of the methodology used
to determine which costs relate to the eon­
ference; and
(4) a description of the contracting proeedures
used induding­
(A) whether contracts were awarded on a
competitive basis; and
(B) a dismIssion of any eost comparIson
eonducted by the departmental component or
office in evaluating potential contractors for the
conference.
(c) \Vithin 15 days of the date of a conference held
by any Executive branch department, agency, board, com­
mission, or office funded by this Act during fiscal year
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2014 for the cost to the IJnited States Government
wm; more than $20,000, the head of any such department,
agency, board, commission, or off'iec shall notifY the In-
Rpedor General 01' senior ethics officia.l for any entity
withont an Inspeetol' General, of the date, loeation, and
number' of ernployees attending such conference.
(d) A grant 01' contract funded hy amounts appro­
priated by this Ad to an Executive branch agency may
not be used for the purpose of defraying the costs of a
conference described in subsection (c) that i8 not directly
and programmatically related to the purpOSt' for which the
gTant or contraet was awarded, sneh as a conf('rence held
in cOJlnedion with planning, training, assessment, review,
or othe1' routine purp08es related to a projeet funded hy
the grant or eontraet.
(e) one of the nmdR made availahle in thiR Aet may
be used for travel and conferenee adivities that are not
1ll \vith Offiee of Management and Budg'et
Memorandum M-12-12 dated lYIay 11,2012.
524. Eaeh };'ederal agelley, or in the ease of all
agene.v with multiple bureaus, eaeh bureau (or operating
division) funded under thisAet that has reseal'eh and de­
velopmcnt expellditure8 in exeess of $100,000,000 per
year Hhall develop a F\;deral publie aeeess poliey
that provides for­
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(1) the submission to the ag'ency, agency bu­
reau, or designated entity acting on behalf of the
agency, a machine-readable version of the author's
final peer-reviewed manuscripts that have been ac­
cepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals de­
scribing research supported, in whole or in part,
from funding by the J1"ederal Government;
(2) free online public access to such final peer-
reviewed manuscripts or published versions not later
than 12 months after the official date of publication;
and
(3) complianee with all relevant cop)Tight laws.
This Act may be eited as the "Departments of IJabor,
Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related
Ageneies Appropriations Act, 2014",
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