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NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018

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NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018

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115TH CONGRESS

1st Session

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REPORT

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018

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OF THE

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

ON

H.R. 2810

together with

ADDITIONAL VIEWS

[Including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office]

[Including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office] J ULY 6, 2017.—Committed to the Committee of

JULY 6, 2017.—Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed

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WASHINGTON :

2017

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES

ONE HUNDRED FIFTEENTH CONGRESS

WILLIAM M. ‘‘MAC’’ THORNBERRY, Texas, Chairman

WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina JOE WILSON, South Carolina FRANK A. LOBIONDO, New Jersey ROB BISHOP, Utah MICHAEL R. TURNER, Ohio MIKE ROGERS, Alabama TRENT FRANKS, Arizona BILL SHUSTER, Pennsylvania K. MICHAEL CONAWAY, Texas DOUG LAMBORN, Colorado ROBERT J. WITTMAN, Virginia DUNCAN HUNTER, California MIKE COFFMAN, Colorado VICKY HARTZLER, Missouri AUSTIN SCOTT, Georgia MO BROOKS, Alabama PAUL COOK, California JIM BRIDENSTINE, Oklahoma BRAD R. WENSTRUP, Ohio BRADLEY BYRNE, Alabama SAM GRAVES, Missouri ELISE M. STEFANIK, New York MARTHA MCSALLY, Arizona STEPHEN KNIGHT, California STEVE RUSSELL, Oklahoma SCOTT DESJARLAIS, Tennessee RALPH LEE ABRAHAM, Louisiana TRENT KELLY, Mississippi MIKE GALLAGHER, Wisconsin MATT GAETZ, Florida DON BACON, Nebraska JIM BANKS, Indiana LIZ CHENEY, Wyoming

ADAM SMITH, Washington ROBERT A. BRADY, Pennsylvania SUSAN A. DAVIS, California JAMES R. LANGEVIN, Rhode Island RICK LARSEN, Washington JIM COOPER, Tennessee MADELEINE Z. BORDALLO, Guam JOE COURTNEY, Connecticut NIKI TSONGAS, Massachusetts JOHN GARAMENDI, California JACKIE SPEIER, California MARC A. VEASEY, Texas TULSI GABBARD, Hawaii BETO O’ROURKE, Texas DONALD NORCROSS, New Jersey RUBEN GALLEGO, Arizona SETH MOULTON, Massachusetts COLLEEN HANABUSA, Hawaii CAROL SHEA–PORTER, New Hampshire JACKY ROSEN, Nevada A. DONALD MCEACHIN, Virginia SALUD O. CARBAJAL, California ANTHONY G. BROWN, Maryland STEPHANIE N. MURPHY, Florida RO KHANNA, California TOM O’HALLERAN, Arizona THOMAS R. SUOZZI, New York TIMOTHY J. WALZ, Minnesota

JENNESS B. SIMLER, Staff Director

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C O N T E N T S

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Purpose of the Legislation

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Rationale for the Committee Bill

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Hearings

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Committee Position

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Explanation of the Committee Amendments

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Relationship of Authorization to Appropriations

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Summary of Discretionary Authorizations in the Bill

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Budget Authority Implication

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DIVISION A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AUTHORIZATIONS

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TITLE I—PROCUREMENT

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Aircraft Procurement, Army

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Items of Special Interest

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Health and Usage Monitoring Systems

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Missile Procurement, Army

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Items of Special Interest

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Lethal Miniature Aerial Missile Systems

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Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

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Items of Special Interest

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Armored brigade combat team modernization

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M240B medium machine gun inventory assessment

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Small arms magazine procurement

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Small arms production industrial base

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Vehicle active protection systems

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Procurement of Ammunition, Army

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Items of Special Interest

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Ammunition production base support

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Clean disposal of conventional munitions

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Other Procurement, Army

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Items of Special Interest

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Army land mobile radio acquisition

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Army personal dosimeters

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Heavy Equipment Transport System modernization strategy

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Personnel and cargo parachute acquisition and management

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Rough Terrain Container Handler recapitalization

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Small unit support vehicle recapitalization strategy

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Tactical network review

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Vehicle medical kits

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Aircraft Procurement, Navy

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Items of Special Interest

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EA–18G ALQ–99 tactical jamming system modernization

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Implications of a 355-ship Navy on Naval and Marine Corps Aviation force structure requirements

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Maritime intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities demonstration

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MQ–4C Triton unmanned aircraft system

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MV–22 upgrades

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Naval aircraft physiological episodes

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Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

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Items of Special Interest

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Advanced Low Cost Munition Ordnance

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Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

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Items of Special Interest

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America-class amphibious assault ships

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Columbia-class submarine program

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Guided missile patrol boats

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High-pressure Cold Spray repair

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Increased standardization and commonality for U.S. Navy shipbuild- ing programs

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Littoral Combat Ships capability enhancements

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Propeller shafts

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Protection of Navy ships against High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse

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Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

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Items of Special Interest

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A–10 to F–16 transition at Fort Wayne, Indiana

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A–10 wing replacement program

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B–52 modernization

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Bomber modernization

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C–130H Aircraft Modernization Program Increments 1 and 2

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C–130H propulsion systems upgrades

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E–8C Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System

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EC–130 Compass Call cross deck

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F–15C capability, capacity, and recapitalization

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F–16 radar modernization

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F–22 increment 3.2B upgrade

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F–35 Lightning II aircraft program

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Implications of increased Army, Navy, and Marine Corps force struc- ture on Air Force airlift, air refueling tanker, and Navy sealift force structure requirements

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MQ–9 modernization and upgrades

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Next generation ejection seat acquisition

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RC–135S Cobra Ball

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Reporting on air traffic control avionics upgrades for Air Force air- craft

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RQ–4 and universal payload adapter integration

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Wide-area motion imagery intelligence capability

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Procurement, Defense-Wide

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Items of Special Interest

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MC–12 modernization initiatives

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Modernization of UH–60A/L aircraft bound for Afghanistan Aviation Forces

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Standard data link requirement for the Department of Defense

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Authorization of Appropriations

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Section 101—Authorization of Appropriations

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Subtitle B—Army Programs

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Section 111—Report on Acceleration of Increment 2 of the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical

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Subtitle C—Navy Programs

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Section 121—Aircraft Carriers

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Section 122—Procurement Authority for Icebreaker Vessels

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Section 123—Limitation on Availability of Funds for Procurement of Icebreaker Vessels

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Section 124—Multiyear Procurement Authority for Virginia Class Sub- marine Program

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Section 125—Multiyear Procurement Authority for Arleigh Burke Class Destroyers and Associated Systems

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Section 126—Limitation on Availability of Funds for Arleigh Burke Class Destroyer

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Section 127—Extensions of Authorities Relating to Construction of Cer- tain Vessels

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Section 128—Multiyear Procurement Authority for V–22 Osprey Air- craft

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Subtitle D—Air Force Programs

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Section 131—Streamlining Acquisition of Intercontinental Ballistic Mis- sile Security Capability

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Section 132—Limitation on Selection of Single Contractor for C–130H Avionics Modernization Program Increment 2

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Section 133—Limitation on Availability of Funds for EC–130H Com- pass Call Recapitalization Program

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Section 134—Cost-Benefit Analysis of Upgrades to MQ–9 Reaper Air- craft

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Subtitle E—Defense-Wide, Joint, and Multiservice Matters

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Section 141—Authority for Procurement of Economic Order Quantities for the F–35 Aircraft Program

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Section 142—Limitation on Demilitarization of Certain Cluster Muni- tions

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Section 143—Reinstatement of Requirement to Preserve Certain C– 5 Aircraft

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Section 144—Requirement That Certain Aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Use Specified Standard Data Link

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TITLE II—RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION

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Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army

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Items of Special Interest

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Acoustic threat detection technology

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AN/VVR–4 Laser Detecting Set

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Army counter-improvised explosive device technology

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Army Network Integration Evaluations and Joint Warfighting As- sessments

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Army warfighter technology programs

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Civil Support Team Information Management System

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Cold Temperature and Arctic Protective System development

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Enhanced lightweight hard armor and combat helmet research and development

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Future Vertical Lift

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High Bandwidth Tethered Unmanned Air Systems Technology

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High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle external fire suppres- sion systems

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Improved Turbine Engine Program

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Improved vehicle camouflage systems and next generation signature management

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Integrated Air and Missile Defense command and control capabili- ties

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Land-Based Anti-Ship Missile hardware and software integration and test capability

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Lightweight metal matrix composite technology for combat and tac- tical vehicles

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M4 Carbine Free Floating Rail Technology

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Material development, characterization, and computational modeling 000

Mobile protected firepower

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Multi-function explosive material detection technology

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Open Campus

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Rapid integration for emerging threats against missile system net- works

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Remote weapon system development and integration for tactical and ground combat vehicles

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Report on heavy and Stryker brigade combat team wireless intercom- munication systems

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Short range air defense advanced development

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Software Based Mesh Network for Tactical Communications

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Soldier Enhancement Program

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Soldier Power development

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Testing and evaluation of supercavitating ammunition

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Underwater munitions disposal and waterjet technology develop- ment

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Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy

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Items of Special Interest

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Academic partnerships for undersea technology

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Advanced capability for 81mm and 120mm mortar development

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Airborne anti-submarine warfare systems

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Amphibious Combat Vehicle engineering and manufacturing develop- ment

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Automated Testing Technologies

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Barking Sands Tactical Underwater Range modernization

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F/A–18 noise reduction research

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Incremental development of Next Generation Jammer

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Littoral Combat Ship immersive virtual ship environment

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Marine and hydrokinetic technology

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Marine Corps and Navy small unmanned aircraft system and capa- bility development

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Marine Corps female body armor

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Marine Corps Group 5 unmanned aircraft systems experimentation initiative

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Maritime Strike Tomahawk

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Modification to independent review of F/A–18 physiological episodes and corrective actions as required by section 237 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017

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MQ–25 Unmanned Air System

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Naval energetic materials roadmap

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Passive rocket propelled grenade armor protection technology

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Scalable energy and chemical conversion system

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Torpedo defense

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Workforce management at Navy test ranges

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Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force

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Items of Special Interest

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Adaptive engine transition program

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Advanced laser technologies for coating removal, surface restoration, and repair

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Advanced pilot training program

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Air Force dual-mode missile testing and evaluation

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Air Force test and evaluation support

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Assessment of Air Force Test Center

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Battlefield airborne communications node program

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Educational Partnership Agreements

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F135 aircraft engine component improvement program

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High-efficiency heat exchangers

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High-speed, anti-radiation missile targeting system pod block up- grade program

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Hypoxia research collaboration

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Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System Recapitalization program

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Light Attack Aircraft Experiment Report

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Metals Affordability Initiative

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Remote and stand-off detection of weapons of mass destruction threats

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Reusable hypersonic vehicle structure

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Robust electrical power system for aircraft

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Technology transition efforts

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Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide

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Items of Special Interest

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Accumulation of section 219 funds

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Additive manufactured parts

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Briefing on improving overseas security from UAS threats and exist- ing authorities to use countermeasures

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Common Analytical Laboratory System

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Cyber Grand Challenge

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Defense genomics research and training

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Department of Defense laboratories and engineering centers

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Deployable assured position, navigation, and timing systems

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Energy storage modules

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Enhancement of test and evaluation through modeling and simula- tion

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Explosive Ordnance Disposal equipment technology upgrades

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Historically black colleges and universities and minority serving in- stitutions

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Joint Electronic Warfare wargaming

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Joint U.S. Forces Korea Portal and Integrated Threat Recognition program

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Latent and delayed-onset effects of traumatic brain injury

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Light field display technology

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Low-power, long-endurance radar for force protection

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Machine learning

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Medical simulation research

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Non-lethal directed energy technologies

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Overseas waste disposal technology development

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Pilot program on modernization and fielding of electromagnetic spec- trum warfare systems and electronic warfare capabilities

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Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

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Small turbine engines

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Space-based debris remediation in Low Earth Orbit

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Sterilization and inspection of medical instruments

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Success metrics of the Defense Innovation Unit Experiment (DIUx)

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System for reviewing and monitoring industrial base transactions

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Training ranges for electronic warfare experimentation

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Trusted microelectronics supply

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U.S. Special Operations Command SOFWERX initiative

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Weapons and munitions science and technology roadmap

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Authorization of Appropriations

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Section 201—Authorization of Appropriations

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Subtitle B—Program Requirements, Restrictions, and Limitations

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Section 211—Cost Controls for Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization Program

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Section 212—Capital Investment Authority

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Section 213—Modification of Authority to Award Prizes for Advanced Technology Achievements

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Section 214—Critical Technologies for Columbia Class Submarine

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Section 215—Joint Hypersonics Transition Office

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Section 216—Hypersonic Airbreathing Weapons Capabilities

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Section 217—Limitation on Availability of Funds for MQ–25 Un- manned Air System

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Section 218—Limitation on Availability of Funds for Contract Writing Systems

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TITLE III—OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Budget Request Adjustments

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Advanced Adversarial Air Training

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Civil Air Patrol

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Ship Repair in the Western Pacific

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Energy Issues

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Energy Resiliency for Mission Assurance

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Energy Resilience of Overseas Military Installations

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Logistics and Sustainment Issues

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Army Contracting Command Reachback Functions

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Corrosion Control and Prevention Executives for the Military Depart- ments

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Improving Asset Tracking and In-Transit Visibility

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Inventory Management and Demand Planning Software Pilot Program 000

Joint Minimum Standards for Protective Covers

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Logistics Management Business Systems Modernization

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Opportunities to Consolidate Printing Services

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Report on Operation of the Transportation Working Capital Fund

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Revising Depot Carryover Calculations

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Readiness Issues

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Advanced Adversarial Air Training Program

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Advanced Foreign Language Proficiency

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Alternative-Source F/A–18 Depot-Level Maintenance

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Counter-UAS Briefing

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Expediting the Security Clearance Process

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Explosive Ordnance Disposal Budget Display

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Explosive Ordnance Disposal Organization and Support to Operational Plans

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Joint Force Training and Exercises

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Military Mission Line Moratorium

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NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center F/A–18 Chase Aircraft

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Naval Shipyard Development Plans

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Readiness of Coastal Riverine Forces

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Remotely Piloted Aircraft Training Strategy

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Report on Army Aviation Restructure Initiative

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Report on Military Training for Rotary-Wing Aviation

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Report on Multi-Domain Battle Concept

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Report on Unit-Level Training Costs to Build Full-Spectrum Readiness 000

Small Arms Weapons Simulation Training

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Training for Air Force Combined Air Operations Center Personnel

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Training Range Inventory, Capacity, and Configuration in Europe

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Undergraduate Pilot Training

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Other Matters

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Combatant Command Policies on Open-Air Burn Pits

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Consideration of the Domestic Textile Industrial Base in Contracting for Uniforms

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Dioxin-Based Herbicides Review Related to Guam

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Ensuring Proper Fitting of Athletic Footwear

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Environmental Restoration

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Fabric and Membrane Technology for Footwear

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Flame-Resistant Military Uniform Postures

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Former Naval Weapons Industrial Plant Bethpage

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Guam Micronesian Kingfisher Recovery Habitat

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Personal Protection Equipment Awards Program

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Polyfluoroalkyl Substances

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Recurrent Flooding and Sea Level Rise

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Standard-Issue Garments for Women

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Water Quality Trading

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Authorization of Appropriations

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Section 301—Authorization of Appropriations

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Subtitle B—Energy and Environment

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Section 311—Codification of and Improvements to Department of De- fense Clearinghouse to Coordinate Department Review of Applica- tions for Certain Projects That May Have Adverse Impact on Military Operations and Readiness

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Section 312—Energy Performance Goals and Master Plan

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Section 313—Payment to Environmental Protection Agency of Stipu- lated Penalty in Connection with Umatilla Chemical Depot, Oregon

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Section 314—Payment to Environmental Protection Agency of Stipu- lated Penalty in Connection with Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Texas

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Section 315—Department of Defense Cleanup and Removal of Petro- leum, Oil, and Lubricant Associated with the Prinz Eugen

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Subtitle C—Logistics and Sustainment

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Section 321—Reauthorization of Multi-Trades Demonstration Project

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Section 322—Guidance Regarding Use of Organic Industrial Base

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Subtitle D—Reports

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Section 331—Quarterly Reports on Personnel and Unit Readiness

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Section 332—Biennial Report on Core Depot-Level Maintenance and Repair Capability

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Section 333—Annual Report on Personnel, Training, and Equipment Needs of Non-Federalized National Guard

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Section 334—Annual Report on Military Working Dogs Used by the Department of Defense

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Section 335—Annual Briefings on Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal

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Section 336—Report on Effects of Climate Change on Department of Defense

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Subtitle E—Other Matters

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Section 341—Explosive Safety Board

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Section 342—Department of Defense Support for Military Service Me- morials and Museums that Highlight the Role of Women in the Armed Forces

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Section 343—Limitation on Availability of Funds for Advanced Skills Management Software System of the Navy

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Section 344—Cost-Benefit Analysis of Uniform Specifications for Af- ghan Military or Security Forces

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TITLE IV—MILITARY PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATIONS

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Active Forces

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Section 401—End Strengths for Active Forces

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Section 402—Revisions in Permanent Active Duty End Strength Min- imum Levels

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Subtitle B—Reserve Forces

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Section 411—End Strengths for Selected Reserve

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Section 412—End Strengths for Reserves on Active Duty in Support of the Reserves

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Section 413—End Strengths for Military Technicians (Dual Status)

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Section 414—Fiscal Year 2018 Limitation on Number of Non-Dual Sta- tus Technicians

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Section 415—Maximum Number of Reserve Personnel Authorized To Be on Active Duty for Operational Support

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Subtitle C—Authorization of Appropriations

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Section 421—Military Personnel

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TITLE V—MILITARY PERSONNEL POLICY

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Bystander Intervention Training

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Comptroller General Report on Race Data in the Military Justice Sys- tem

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Digital Transformation of the Recruiting Process

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Female Propensity to Serve in the Armed Forces

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Gender Double Standards

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Gender Integration of United States Marine Corps Basic Recruit Train- ing

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GI Bill Benefit Review

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Military Child Custody Protections

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Military Officer Diversity

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Military Service Academy Applications and Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship Programs

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Pilot Shortage Assessment

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Pre-Command Audit Training Course

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Provision of Services at Department of Defense-Run Child Development Centers (CDC)

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Report on the Feasibility of Establishing a Military Family Service Corps

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Review of Resourcing of Trial Defense Services

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Review of the Court Martial Appeals Process

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Social Media Policy for Recruits

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Regular and Reserve Component Management

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Section 501—Modification of Requirements Relating to Conversion of Certain Military Technician (Dual Status) Positions to Civilian Posi- tions

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Section 502—Pilot Program on Use of Retired Senior Enlisted Members of the Army National Guard as Army National Guard Recruiters

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Section 503—Equal Treatment of Orders to Serve on Active Duty under Section 12304a and 12304b of Title 10, United States Code

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Section 504—Direct Employment Pilot Program for Members of the National Guard and Reserve

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Subtitle B—General Service Authorities and Correction of Military Rec- ords

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Section 511—Consideration of Additional Medical Evidence by Boards for the Correction of Military Records and Liberal Consideration of Evidence Relating to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or Traumatic Brain Injury

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Section 512—Public Availability of Information Related to Disposition of Claims Regarding Discharge or Release of Members of the Armed Forces when the Claims Involve Sexual Assault

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Section 513—Pilot Program on Use of Video Teleconferencing Tech- nology by Boards for the Correction of Military Records and Dis- charge Review Boards

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Section 514—Inclusion of Specific Email Address Block on Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form 214)

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Section 515—Provision of Information on Naturalization Through Mili- tary Service

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Subtitle C—Military Justice and Other Legal Issues

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Section 521—Clarifying Amendments Related to the Uniform Code of Military Justice Reform by the Military Justice Act of 2016

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Section 522—Minimum Confinement Period Required for Conviction of Certain Sex-Related Offenses Committed by Members of the Armed Forces

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Section 523—Prohibition on Wrongful Broadcast or Distribution of Inti- mate Visual Images

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Section 524—Information for the Special Victims’ Counsel or Victims’ Legal Counsel

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Section 525—Special Victims’ Counsel Training Regarding the Unique Challenges Often Faced by Male Victims of Sexual Assault

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Section 526—Garnishment to Satisfy Judgement Rendered for Phys- ically, Sexually, or Emotionally Abusing a Child

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Section 527—Inclusion of Information in Annual SAPRO Reports re- garding Military Sexual Harassment and Incidents Involving Non- consensual Distribution of Private Sexual Images

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Section 528—Inclusion of Information in Annual SAPRO Reports re- garding Sexual Assaults Committed by a Member of the Armed Forces against the Member’s Spouse or Other Family Member

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Section 529—Notification of Members of the Armed Forces Undergoing Certain Administrative Separations of Potential Eligibility for Vet- erans Benefits

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Section 530—Consistent Access to Special Victims’ Counsel for Former Dependents of Members of the Armed Forces

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Subtitle D—Member Education, Training, Resilience, and Transition

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Section 541—Prohibition on Release of Military Service Academy Grad- uates to Participate in Professional Athletics

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Section 542—ROTC Cyber Institutes at the Senior Military Colleges

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Section 543—Lieutenant Henry Ossian Flipper Leadership Scholarship Program

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Subtitle E—Defense Dependents’ Education and Military Family Readi- ness Matters

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Section 551—Continuation of Authority to Assist Local Educational Agencies That Benefit Dependents of Members of the Armed Forces and Department of Defense Civilian Employees

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Section 552—Education for Dependents of Certain Retired Members of the Armed Forces

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Section 553—Codification of Authority to Conduct Family Support Pro- grams for Immediate Family Members of Members of the Armed Forces Assigned to Special Operations Forces

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Section 554—Reimbursement for State Licensure and Certification Costs of a Spouse of a Member of the Armed Forces Arising from Relocation to Another State

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Subtitle F—Decorations and Awards

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Section 561—Replacement of Military Decorations at the Request of Relatives of Deceased Members of the Armed Forces

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Section 562—Congressional Defense Service Medal

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Section 563—Limitations on Authority to Revoke Certain Military Decorations Awarded to Members of the Armed Forces

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Subtitle G—Miscellaneous Reports and Other Matters

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Section 571—Expansion of United States Air Force Institute of Tech- nology Enrollment Authority to Include Civilian Employees of the Homeland Security Industry

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Section 572—Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance

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Section 573—Voter Registration

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Section 574—Sense of Congress regarding Section 504 of Title 10, United States Code, on Existing Authority of the Department of Defense to Enlist Individuals, Not Otherwise Eligible for Enlistment, Whose Enlistment Is Vital to the National Interest

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TITLE VI—COMPENSATION AND OTHER PERSONNEL BENEFITS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Local Purchasing Contracts for the Defense Commissary Agency

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Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Assessment

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Reserve Component Benefits Parity Under 12304b Mobilization Author- ity

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Review of Department of Defense Debt Collection Practices

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Service Member Financial Planning

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Pay and Allowances

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Section 601—Annual Adjustment of Basic Monthly Pay

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Section 602—Limitation on Basic Allowance for Housing Modification Authority for Members of the Uniformed Services Residing in Mili- tary Housing Privatization Initiative Housing

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Section 603—Housing Treatment for Certain Members of the Armed Forces, and Their Spouses and Other Dependents, Undergoing a Permanent Change of Station Within the United States

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Section 604—Per Diem Allowance Policies

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Subtitle B—Bonuses and Special and Incentive Pays

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Section 611—One-Year Extension of Certain Bonus and Special Pay Authorities for Reserve Forces

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Section 612—One-Year Extension of Certain Bonus and Special Pay Authorities for Health Care Professionals

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Section 613—One-Year Extension of Special Pay and Bonus Authorities for Nuclear Officers

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Section 614—One-Year Extension of Authorities Relating to Title 37 Consolidated Special Pay, Incentive Pay, and Bonus Authorities

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Section 615—One-Year Extension of Authorities Relating to Payment of Other Title 37 Bonuses and Special Pays

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Section 616—Reimbursement for State Licensure and Certification Costs of a Member of the Armed Forces Arising from Separation from the Armed Forces

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Section 617—Increase in Maximum Amount of Aviation Bonus for 12- Month Period of Obligated Service

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Section 618—Technical and Clerical Amendments Relating to 2008 Consolidation of Certain Special Pay Authorities

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Subtitle C—Disability Pay, Retired Pay, and Survivor Benefits

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Section 621—Findings and Sense of Congress regarding the Special Survivor Indemnity Allowance

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Subtitle D—Other Matters

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Section 631—Land Conveyance Authority, Army and Air Force Ex- change Service Property, Dallas, Texas

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Section 632—Advisory Boards regarding Military Commissaries and Exchanges

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TITLE VII—HEALTH CARE PROVISIONS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Educational Opportunities for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists .

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Force of the Future Pilot Program on Cryopreservation of Gametes

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Improving Access to Para Health Professional Extenders

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Medical Blood Volume Diagnostics

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Medical Simulation and Training with First Responders

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Military Caregivers

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Military Family Wellness and Suicide Prevention

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Motion Sickness Research

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Opioid—Chronic Pain and Recruiting

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Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

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Personnel Policies regarding Members of the Armed Forces Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury Research Initiatives

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Promising Burn Therapies

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TRICARE Pharmacy Pilot Program

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Use of Data Analytics within the Defense Medical Surveillance System for Complex Epidemiology and Pathology Research

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—TRICARE and Other Health Care Benefits

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Section 701—Physical Examinations for Members of a Reserve Compo- nent Who Are Separating from the Armed Forces

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Section 702—Mental Health Examinations Before Members Separate from the Armed Forces

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Section 703—Provision of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Certain Members of the Armed Forces

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Subtitle B—Health Care Administration

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Section 711—Clarification of Roles of Commanders of Military Medical Treatment Facilities and Surgeons General

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Section 712—Maintenance of Inpatient Capabilities of Military Medical Treatment Facilities Located Outside the United States

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Section 713—Regular Update of Prescription Drug Pricing Standards Under TRICARE Retail Pharmacy Program

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Section 714—Residency Requirements for Podiatrists

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Subtitle C—Other Matters

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Section 721—One Year Extension of Pilot Program for Prescription Drug Acquisition Cost Parity in the TRICARE Pharmacy Benefits Program

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Section 722—Pilot Program on Health Care Assistance System

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Section 723—Research of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

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Section 724—Sense of Congress on Eligibility of Victims of Acts of Terror for Evaluation and Treatment at Military Treatment Facili- ties

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TITLE VIII—ACQUISITION POLICY, ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT, AND RELATED MATTERS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Accuracy of Pricing in Responses to Letters of Request for Pricing and Availability in Foreign Military Sales

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Best Value Criteria for Complex Acquisitions and Information Tech- nology

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Collecting Historical Data on Rescinded Solicitations

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Congressional Notification for Direct Commercial Sales

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Other Transaction Consortia

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Outcome-Based Services Contracts

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Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

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Report on Commercial Acquisition Transparency

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Review of Implementation of Online Marketplace Procurement

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Reviews of Acquisition Statute and the Federal Acquisition Regulation .

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Should-Cost Analysis Methodology and Transparency

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Soldier and Marine Equipment Requirements

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Technical Exchanges on Independent Research and Development Proj- ects

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Transparency in Department of Defense Contract Negotiations

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Vendor Vetting Process and Guidance

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Defense Acquisition Streamlining and Transparency

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Part I—Acquisition System Streamlining

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Section 801—Procurement through Online Marketplaces

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Section 802—Performance of Incurred Cost Audits

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Section 803—Modifications to Cost or Pricing Data and Reporting Re- quirements

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Part II—Early Investments in Acquisition Programs

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Section 811—Requirement to Emphasize Reliability and Maintain- ability in Weapon System Design

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Section 812—Licensing of Appropriate Intellectual Property to Support Major Weapon Systems

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Section 813—Management of Intellectual Property Matters within the Department of Defense

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Section 814—Improvement of Planning for Acquisition of Services

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Section 815—Improvements to Test and Evaluation Processes and Tools

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Part III—Acquisition Workforce Improvements

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Section 821—Enhancements to the Civilian Program Management Workforce

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Section 822—Improvements to the Hiring and Training of the Acquisi- tion Workforce

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Section 823—Extension and Modifications to Acquisition Demonstra- tion Project

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Section 824—Acquisition Positions in the Offices of the Secretaries of the Military Departments

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Part IV—Transparency Improvements

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Section 831—Transparency of Defense Business System Data

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Section 832—Major Defense Acquisition Programs: Display of Budget Information

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Section 833—Enhancements to Transparency in Test and Evaluation Processes and Data

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Subtitle B—Streamlining of Defense Acquisition Statutes and Regula- tions

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Section 841—Modifications to the Advisory Panel on Streamlining and Codifying Acquisition Regulations

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Section 842—Extension of Maximum Duration of Fuel Storage Con- tracts

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Section 843—Exception for Business Operations from Requirement to Accept $1 Coins

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Section 844—Repeal of Expired Pilot Program

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Subtitle C—Amendments to General Contracting Authorities, Procedures, and Limitations

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Section 851—Limitation on Unilateral Definitization

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Section 852—Codification of Requirements Pertaining to Assessment, Management, and Control of Operating and Support Costs for Major Weapon Systems

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Section 853—Use of Program Income by Eligible Entities That Carry Out Procurement Technical Assistance Programs

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Section 854—Amendment to Sustainment Reviews

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Section 855—Clarification to Other Transaction Authority

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Section 856—Clarifying the Use of Lowest Price Technically Acceptable Source Selection Process

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Section 857—Amendment to Nontraditional and Small Contractor Inno- vation Prototyping Program

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Section 858—Modification to Annual Meeting Requirement of Configu- ration Steering Boards

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Section 859—Change to Definition of Subcontract in Certain Cir- cumstances

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Section 860—Amendment Relating to Applicability of Inflation Adjust- ments

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Subtitle D—Other Matters

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Section 861—Exemption from Design-Build Selection Procedures

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Section 862—Requirement That Certain Ship Components Be Manufac- tured in the National Technology and Industrial Base

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Section 863—Procurement of Aviation Critical Safety Items

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Section 864—Milestones and Timelines for Contracts for Foreign Mili- tary Sales

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Section 865—Notification Requirement for Certain Contracts for Audit Services

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Section 866—Training in Acquisition of Commercial Items

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Section 867—Notice of Cost-Free Federal Procurement Technical As- sistance in Connection with Registration of Small Business Concerns on Procurement Websites of the Department of Defense

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Section 868—Comptroller General Report on Contractor Business Sys- tem Requirements

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Section 869—Standard Guidelines for Evaluation of Requirements for Services Contracts

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Section 870—Temporary Limitation on Aggregate Annual Amount Available for Contract Services

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TITLE IX—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGE- MENT

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Organization and Management of the Department of Defense Generally

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Section 901—Responsibility of the Chief Information Officer of the Department of Defense for Risk Management Activities regarding Supply Chain for Information Technology Systems

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Section 902—Repeal of Office of Corrosion Policy and Oversight

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Section 903—Designation of Corrosion Control and Prevention Execu- tives for the Military Departments

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Section 904—Maintaining Civilian Workforce Capabilities to Sustain Readiness, the All Volunteer Force, and Operational Effectiveness

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Subtitle B—Designation of the Navy and Marine Corps

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Section 911—Redesignation of the Department of the Navy as the Department of the Navy and Marine Corps

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Section 912—Conforming Amendments to Title 10, United States Code 000

Section 913—Other Provisions of Law and Other References

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Section 914—Effective Date

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Subtitle C—Other Matters

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Section 921—Transition of the Office of the Secretary of Defense to Reflect Establishment of Positions of Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, Under Secretary of Defense for Acqui- sition and Sustainment, and Chief Management Officer

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Section 922—Extension of Deadlines for Reporting and Briefing Re- quirements for Commission on the National Defense Strategy for the United States

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Section 923—Briefing on Force Management Level Policy

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TITLE X—GENERAL PROVISIONS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Counter-Drug Activities

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Narcotics Flow to the United States from Central and South America

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National Guard Counterdrug Schools

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Peace in Colombia

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Venezuela Security and Stability

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Other Matters

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Assessment of Culture and Accountability in Special Operations Forces 000

Botulinum Toxin Type A Countermeasures

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Combat Helmets for Female Service Members

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Comptroller General Assessment of Emerging Threats of High National Security Consequence

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Defense Department 501(c)3 Coordination and Strategy

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Department of Defense Overmatch Strategy

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Disposal of Excess Agriculture-Related Equipment

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High-Altitude Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Capacity, Capability, and Force Structure

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National Biodefense Strategy

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National Guard CBRN Enterprise Report

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National Guard Use of Department of Defense Issued Unmanned Air- craft Systems for Domestic Operations

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Navy Reserve F/A–18 Aircraft

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Next Generation Immersive Cockpit Systems

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Overseas Posture and Permanently Stationed Forces

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Report on the National Security Implications of Ukraine’s Arbitration Proceedings against Russia under Annex VII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

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Requirement for Notification of Modifications Made to Presidential Pol- icy Guidance for Direct Action Against Terrorist Targets

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Ring Wheel Drive

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Special Operations Forces Demand, Priorities, and Over-Reliance

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Strategy to Counter Unconventional and Hybrid Warfare Threats

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U.S. Efforts to Train, Advise, Assist, and Equip the Iraqi Counterter- rorism Service and the Iraqi Special Operations Forces

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Financial Matters

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Section 1001—General Transfer Authority

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Section 1002—Preparation of Consolidated Corrective Action Plan and Implementation of Centralized Reporting System

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Section 1003—Additional Requirements Relating to Department of De- fense Audits

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Subtitle B—Naval Vessels and Shipyards

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Section 1011—National Defense Sealift Fund

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Section 1012—National Defense Sealift Fund: Construction of National Icebreaker Vessels

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Section 1013—Use of National Sea-Based Deterrence Fund for Multi- year Procurement of Certain Critical Components

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Section 1014—Restrictions on the Overhaul and Repair of Vessels in Foreign Shipyards

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Section 1015—Availability of Funds for Retirement or Inactivation of Ticonderoga-Class Cruisers or Dock Landing Ships

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Section 1016—Policy of the United States on Minimum Number of Battle Force Ships

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Subtitle C—Counterterrorism

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Section 1021—Termination of Requirement to Submit Annual Budget Justification Display for Department of Defense Combating Terror- ism Program

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Section 1022—Prohibition on Use of Funds for Transfer or Release of Individuals Detained at United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to the United States

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Section 1023—Prohibition on Use of Funds to Construct or Modify Facilities in the United States to House Detainees Transferred from United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

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Section 1024—Prohibition on Use of Funds for Transfer or Release of Individuals Detained at United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Certain Countries

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Section 1025—Biannual Report on Support of Special Operations to Combat Terrorism

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Subtitle D—Miscellaneous Authorities and Limitations

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Section 1031—Limitation on Expenditure of Funds for Emergency and Extraordinary Expenses for Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence Ac- tivities and Representation Allowances

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Section 1032—Modifications to Humanitarian Demining Assistance Au- thorities

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Section 1033—Prohibition on Charge of Certain Tariffs on Aircraft Traveling through Channel Routes

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Section 1034—Limitation on Divestment of U–2 or RQ–4 Aircraft

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Section 1035—Prohibition on Use of Funds for Retirement of Legacy Maritime Mine Countermeasures Platforms

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Section 1036—Restriction on Use of Certain Funds Pending Solicitation of Bids for Western Pacific Dry Dock

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Section 1037—National Guard Flyovers of Public Events

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Section 1038—Transfer of Funds to World War I Centennial Commis- sion

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Section 1039—Rule of Construction Regarding Use of Department of Defense Funding of a Border Wall

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Subtitle E—Studies and Reports

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Section 1051—Elimination of Reporting Requirements Terminated After November 25, 2017, Pursuant to Section 1080 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016

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Section 1052—Report on Department of Defense Arctic Capability and Resource Gaps

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Section 1053—Review and Assessment of Department of Defense Per- sonnel Recovery and Nonconventional Assisted Recovery Mecha- nisms

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Section 1054—Mine Warfare Readiness Inspection Plan and Report

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Section 1055—Report on Civilian Casualties from Department of De- fense Strikes

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Section 1056—Reports on Infrastructure and Capabilities of Lajes Field, Portugal

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Section 1057—Report on Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex Moderni- zation

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Subtitle F—Other Matters

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Section 1061—Technical, Conforming, and Clerical Amendments

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Section 1062—Workforce Issues for Relocation of Marines to Guam

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Section 1063—Protection of Second Amendment Rights of Military Families

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Section 1064—Transfer of Surplus Firearms to Corporation for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and Firearms Safety

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Section 1065—National Guard Accessibility to Department of Defense Issued Unmanned Aircraft

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Section 1066—Sense of Congress Regarding Aircraft Carriers

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Section 1067—Notice to Congress of Terms of Department of Defense Settlement Agreements

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Section 1068—Sense of Congress Recognizing the United States Navy Seabees

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Section 1069—Recognition of the United States Special Operations Command

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Section 1070—Sense of Congress Regarding World War I

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Section 1071—Findings and Sense of Congress Regarding the National Guard Youth Challenge Program

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Section 1072—Sense of Congress Regarding National Purple Heart Rec- ognition Day

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TITLE XI—CIVILIAN PERSONNEL MATTERS

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Allowances, Benefits, and Gratuities to Civilian Personnel on Official

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Accelerated Promotion Program

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Section 1101—Extension of Direct Hire Authority for Domestic Defense Industrial Base Facilities and Major Range and Test Facilities Base

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Section 1102—Extension of Authority to Provide Voluntary Separation Incentive Pay for Civilian Employees of the Department of Defense

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Section 1103—Additional Department of Defense Science and Technol- ogy Reinvention Laboratories

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Section 1104—One-Year Extension of Authority to Waive Annual Limi- tation on Premium Pay and Aggregate Limitation on Pay for Federal Civilian Employees Working Overseas

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Section 1105—Appointment of Retired Members of the Armed Forces to Positions In or Under the Department of Defense

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Section 1106—Direct Hire Authority for Financial Management Ex- perts in the Department of Defense Workforce

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Section 1107—Extension of Authority for Temporary Personnel Flexi- bilities for Domestic Defense Industrial Base Facilities and Major Range and Test Facilities Base Civilian Personnel

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Section 1108—One-Year Extension of Temporary Authority to Grant

Duty in a Combat Zone

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TITLE XII—MATTERS RELATING TO FOREIGN NATIONS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Assessment of Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea

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Attacks on U.S. Armed Forces Personnel by Partner Nation Security Forces

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Briefing on the Role of the Russian Military in Influence Operations Targeting Democratic Elections and Disruption of Military Alliances and Partnerships

000

Countering Russian Aggression

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Counterterrorism Effectiveness Research

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Critical Shortfalls in the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region

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Cultural Preservation in Armed Conflict

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Defense Support to the Global Engagement Center Mission

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Department of Defense Briefing on Crisis Response in Africa

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DTRA International Countering WMD-Program

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Forward-Stationed Combat Aviation Brigade in South Korea

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Global Engagement Center

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Global Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System 000

Impact of Foreign Laws on U.S. Defense Contractors

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Implementation of Strategy to Prevent and Respond to Gender-Based Violence

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Improvements to Transparency in the Technology Release Process in Foreign Military Sales

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Independent Security Cooperation Evaluation Office

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NATO Defense Weapon System Development Cooperation

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Non-lethal Weapons for European Theater Contingencies

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Plan to Enhance Imagery Sharing with Allies in the Asia-Pacific Re- gion

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Report on Impact of Outsourcing on the U.S. Defense Industrial Base

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Security Cooperation Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation

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Security Cooperation Reform

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Support for Afghan Special Immigrant Visa Program

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Support for Other Departments and Agencies of the United States Government that Advance Department of Defense Security Coopera- tion Objectives

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Timor Sea Maritime Developments

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U.S. Civilian Contractors in Iraq

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U.S. National Security Threats in Africa

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Utilizing Unmanned Aircraft Systems for International Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Assistance and Training

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Section 1201—One-Year Extension of Logistical Support for Coalition Forces Supporting Certain United States Military Operations

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Section 1202—Modification to Special Defense Acquisition Fund

erations and Activities of the Office of Security Cooperation in Iraq

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Section 1203—Modification to Ministry of Defense Advisor Authority

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Section 1204—Modification of Authority to Build Capacity of Foreign Security Forces

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Section 1205—Extension and Modification of Authority on Training for Eastern European National Military Forces in the Course of Multilateral Exercises

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Section 1206—Extension of Participation in and Support of the Inter- American Defense College

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Subtitle B—Matters Relating to Afghanistan and Pakistan

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Section 1211—Extension of Authority to Transfer Defense Articles and Provide Defense Services to the Military and Security Forces of Af- ghanistan

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Section 1212—Report on United States Strategy in Afghanistan

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Section 1213—Extension and Modification of Authority for Reimburse- ment of Certain Coalition Nations for Support Provided to United States Military Operations

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Subtitle C—Matters Relating to Syria, Iraq, and Iran

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Section 1221—Report on United States Strategy in Syria

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Section 1222—Extension and Modification of Authority to Provide As- sistance to Counter the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

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Section 1223—Extension and Modification of Authority to Support Op-

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Section 1224—Sense of Congress on Threats Posed by the Government of Iran

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Subtitle D—Matters Relating to the Russian Federation

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Section 1231—Extension of Limitation on Military Cooperation between the United States and the Russian Federation

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Section 1232—Prohibition on Availability of Funds Relating to Sov- ereignty of the Russian Federation over Crimea

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Section 1233—Statement of Policy on the Russian Federation

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Section 1234—Modification and Extension of Ukraine Security Assist- ance Initiative

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Section 1235—Limitation on Availability of Funds Relating to Imple- mentation of the Open Skies Treaty

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Section 1236—Sense of Congress on Importance of Nuclear Capabilities of NATO

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Section 1237—Sense of Congress on Support for Georgia

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Section 1238—Sense of Congress on Support for Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania

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Subtitle E—Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty Preserva- tion Act of 2017

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Section 1241—Short Title

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Section 1242—Findings

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Section 1243—Compliance Enforcement regarding Russian Violations of the INF Treaty

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Section 1244—Development of INF Range Ground-Launched Missile System Section 1245—Notification Requirement Related to Russian Federation Development of Noncompliant Systems and United States Actions

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Regarding Material Breach of INF Treaty by the Russian Federation 000

Section 1246—Limitation on Availability of Funds to Extend the Imple- mentation of the New START Treaty

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Section 1247—Review of RS–26 Ballistic Missile

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Section 1248—Definitions

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Subtitle F—Fostering Unity Against Russian Aggression Act of 2017

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Section 1251—Short Title

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Section 1252—Findings and Sense of Congress

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Section 1253—Strategy to Counter Threats by the Russian Federation .

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Section 1254—Strategy to Increase Conventional Precision Strike Weapon Stockpiles in the United States European Command’s Areas of Responsibility

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Section 1255—Plan to Counter the Military Capabilities of the Russian Federation

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Section 1256—Plan to Increase Cyber and Information Operations, De- terrence, and Defense

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Section 1257—Sense of Congress on Enhancing Maritime Capabilities

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Section 1258—Plan to Reduce the Risks of Miscalculation and Unin- tended Consequences that Could Precipitate a Nuclear War Section 1259—Definitions Subtitle G—Matters Relating to the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region Section 1261—Sense of Congress on the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region Section 1262—Report on Strategy to Prioritize United States Defense Interests in the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region Section 1263—Assessment of United States Force Posture and Basing Needs in the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region Section 1264—Extended Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States

Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States
Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States
Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States
Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States
Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States
Deterrence Commitment to the Asia-Pacific Region Section 1265—Authorization of Appropriations to Meet United States

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Financial Obligations under Compact of Free Association with Palau 000 Section 1266—Sense of Congress Reaffirming Security Commitments to the Governments of Japan and South Korea and Trilateral Co-

operation between the United States, Japan, and South Korea

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Section 1267—Sense of Congress on Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea

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Section 1268—Sense of Congress on Strengthening the Defense of Tai-

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wan Section 1269—Sense of Congress on the Association on Southeast Asian Nations

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Section 1270—Sense of Congress on Reaffirming the Importance of the United States-Australia Defense Alliance

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Subtitle H—Other Matters

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Section 1271—NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence

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Section 1272—NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence

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Section 1273—Security and Stability Strategy for Somalia

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Section 1274—Assessment of Global Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System

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Section 1275—Future Years Plan for the European Deterrence Initia- tive

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Section 1276—Extension of Authority to Enter into Agreements with Participating Countries in the American, British, Canadian, and Aus- tralian Armies’ Program

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Section 1277—Security Strategy for Yemen

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Section 1278—Limitation on Transfer of Excess Defense Articles That Are High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicles

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Section 1279—Department of Defense Program to Protect United States Students Against Foreign Agents

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Section 1280—Extension of United States-Israel Anti-Tunnel Coopera- tion Authority

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Section 1281—Anticorruption Strategy

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TITLE XIII—COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Section 1301—Specification of Cooperative Threat Reduction Funds

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Section 1302—Funding Allocations

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TITLE XIV—OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Assessment of the Realignment of the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization under the Defense Threat Reduction Agency

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Beryllium Supply Chain

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Fiscal Stability of the National Defense Stockpile

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Military Programs

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Section 1401—Working Capital Funds

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Section 1402—Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense

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Section 1403—Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense- Wide

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Section 1404—Defense Inspector General

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Section 1405—Defense Health Program

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Section 1406—National Defense Sealift Fund

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Subtitle B—Other Matters

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Section 1411—Authority for Transfer of Funds to Joint Department of Defense-Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility Demon- stration Fund for Captain James A. Lovell Health Care Center, Illi- nois

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Section 1412—Authorization of Appropriations for Armed Forces Re- tirement Home

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TITLE XV—AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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National Guard and Reserve Component Equipment Account

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Authorization of Appropriations

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Section 1501—Purpose and Treatment of Certain Authorizations of Appropriations

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Section 1502—Procurement

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Section 1503—Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation

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Section 1504—Operation and Maintenance

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Section 1505—Military Personnel

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Section 1506—Working Capital Funds

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Section 1507—Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense- Wide

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Section 1508—Defense Inspector General

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Section 1509—Defense Health Program

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Subtitle B—Financial Matters

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Section 1511—Treatment as Additional Authorizations

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Section 1512—Special Transfer Authority

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Subtitle C—Limitations, Reports, and Other Matters

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Section 1521—Afghanistan Security Forces Fund

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Section 1522—Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Fund

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TITLE XVI—STRATEGIC PROGRAMS, CYBER, AND INTELLIGENCE MATTERS

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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

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Space Activities

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Overview on National Security Space Organization

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Certification of Reusable Launch Vehicles for National Security Space Missions

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Commercial Geospatial Intelligence

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Comptroller General Review of Hosted Payloads

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Global Positioning System

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Multi-Band Satellite Communications Terminals

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Outer Space Cooperation with Japan

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Reliance on Global Positioning System for Defense of the Homeland

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Responsive Launch

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Small Satellite Technology Development

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Space Commercial Antenna Service

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Space Security

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Space Situational Awareness and Battle Management Command and Control

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Use of Surplus Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Motors for Commercial Space Launches

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Missile Defense Programs

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Hypersonic Defense

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Improving Ground Testing of the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense System

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Low Cost Missile Defense Initiative

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National Missile Defense Policy Change and Adversary Reactions

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Plan to Assess the Acquisition of Missile Defense Targets

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Sea-Based X-Band Radar

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Nuclear Forces

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Briefing on Commonality Related to the Ground-Based Strategic Deter- rent Program

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Briefing on the 3+2 Strategy and Interoperable Warhead 1 (IW–1)

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Comptroller General Review of Nuclear Forces Readiness During Re- capitalization and Transition

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Continuation of Nuclear Command, Control and Communications Ac- quisition Assessments by the Government Accountability Office

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Countering Threats from Unmanned Aircraft Systems

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Future of Nuclear Deterrence and the Joint Strategic Deterrence Re- view Process

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Nuclear Assurance and Deterrence Science, Technology, Innovation, and Collaboration

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Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications Systems Moderniza- tion

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Nuclear Security Collaboration and Harmonization

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Office of the Secretary of Defense Oversight and Organization for the Nuclear Deterrence Mission

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Remote Visual Assessment System at Minuteman III Launch Facilities 000

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Status of Infrastructure Supporting NATO Nuclear Deterrence Mission 000

Report on Ground Based Strategic Deterrent and Minuteman III

Cyber-Related Matters

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Assessment of Effectiveness of Cyber Reporting

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Assessment of Third-Party Cybersecurity Risk

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Cloud Computing

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Comply-to-Connect Policy

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Comptroller General Assessment of Cyber Training

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Cyber Hardening

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Cyber Training and Talent Management

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Cyber Vulnerability Disclosure Program

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Data Protection

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Evaluation of Commercial Cyber Threat Information Sources

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Implementation of Recommendations by Defense Science Board Task Force on Cyber Deterrence and Cyber Supply Chain

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Persistent Training Environment

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Report on Army Network Security Consolidation

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Unified Platform

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Weapon System Cyber Vulnerabilities

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Intelligence Matters

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Defense Clandestine Service

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European Deterrence Initiative Intelligence, Surveillance, and Recon- naissance

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Improving Analytic Automation

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Intelligence Simulation Center

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Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Capability Imbalance

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Joint Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Management

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Report on National Intelligence Program and Military Intelligence Pro- gram Integration Against Hard Targets

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Review by Comptroller General of the United States of the General Defense Intelligence Program

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Secure Compartmented Information Facility Standardization

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Strengthening Intelligence Input to Milestone Decisions

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Threat Awareness Programs

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Underground Facility Targeting Capabilities

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Management and Organization of Space Programs

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Section 1601—Establishment of Space Corps in the Department of the Air Force

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Section 1602—Establishment of Subordinate Unified Command of the United States Strategic Command

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Subtitle B—Space Activities

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Section 1611—Codification, Extension, and Modification of Limitation on Construction on United States Territory of Satellite Positioning Ground Monitoring Stations of Foreign Governments

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Section 1612—Foreign Commercial Satellite Services: Cybersecurity Threats and Launches

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Section 1613—Extension of Pilot Program on Commercial Weather Data

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Section 1614—Conditional Transfer of Acquisition and Funding Author- ity of Certain Weather Missions to National Reconnaissance Office

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Section 1615—Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Modernization and Sustainment of Assured Access to Space

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Section 1616—Commercial Satellite Communications Pathfinder Pro- gram

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Section 1617—Demonstration of Backup and Complementary Posi- tioning, Navigation, and Timing Capabilities of Global Positioning System

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Section 1618—Enhancement of Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Capacity

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Section 1619—Establishment of Space Flag Training Event

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Section 1620—Report on Operational and Contingency Plans for Loss or Degradation of Space Capabilities

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Section 1621—Limitation on Availability of Funding for Joint Space Operations Center Mission System

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Section 1622—Limitation on Availability of Funds Relating to the Ad- vanced Extremely High Frequency Program

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Subtitle C—Defense Intelligence and Intelligence-Related Activities

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Section 1631—Security Clearances for Facilities of Certain Contractors 000 Section 1632—Extension of Authority to Engage in Certain Commercial

Activities

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Section 1633—Submission of Audits of Commercial Activity Funds

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Section 1634—Clarification of Annual Briefing on the Intelligence, Sur- veillance, and Reconnaissance Requirements of the Combatant Com- mands

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Section 1635—Review of Support Provided by Defense Intelligence Ele- ments to Acquisition Activities of the Department

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Section 1636—Limitation on Availability of Funds for Certain Offensive Counterintelligence Activities

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Section 1637—Prohibition on Availability of Funds for Certain Reloca- tion Activities for NATO Intelligence Fusion Center

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Section 1638—Establishment of Chairman’s Controlled Activity within Joint Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance

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Section 1639—Sense of Congress and Report on Geospatial Commercial Activities for Basic and Applied Research and Development

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Section 1640—Department of Defense Counterintelligence Polygraph Program

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Section 1641—Security Clearance for Dual-Nationals

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Section 1642—Suspension or Revocation of Security Clearances Based on Unlawful or Inappropriate Contacts with Representatives of a Foreign Government

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Subtitle D—Cyberspace-Related Matters

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Section 1651—Notification Requirements for Sensitive Military Cyber Operations and Cyber Weapons

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Section 1652—Modification to Quarterly Cyber Operations Briefings

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Section 1653—Cyber Scholarship Program

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Section 1654—Plan to Increase Cyber and Information Operations, De- terrence, and Defense

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Section 1655—Report on Termination of Dual-Hat Arrangement for Commander of the United States Cyber Command

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Subtitle E—Nuclear Forces

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Section 1661—Notifications Regarding Dual-Capable F–35A Aircraft

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Section 1662—Oversight of Delayed Acquisition Programs by Council on Oversight of the National Leadership Command, Control, and Communications System

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Section 1663—Establishment of Nuclear Command and Control Intel- ligence Fusion Center

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Section 1664—Security of Nuclear Command, Control, and Communica- tions System from Commercial Dependencies

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Section 1665—Oversight of Aerial-Layer Programs by Council on Over- sight of the National Leadership Command, Control, and Commu- nications System

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Section 1666—Security Classification Guide for Programs Relating to Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications and Nuclear Deter-

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rence Section 1667—Evaluation and Enhanced Security of Supply Chain for Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications and Continuity of Government Programs

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Section 1668—Limitation on Pursuit of Certain Command and Control Concept

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Section 1669—Procurement Authority for Certain Parts of Interconti- nental Ballistic Missile Fuzes

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Section 1670—Sense of Congress on Importance of Independent Nu- clear Deterrent of United Kingdom

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Section 1671—Prohibition on Availability of Funds for Mobile Variant of Ground-Based Strategic Deterrent Missile

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Section 1672—Report on Impacts of Nuclear Proliferation

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Subtitle F—Missile Defense Programs

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Section 1681—Administration of Missile Defense and Defeat Programs . 000 Section 1682—Preservation of the Ballistic Missile Defense Capacity

of the Army

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Section 1683—Modernization of Army Lower Tier Air and Missile De- fense Sensor

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Section 1684—Enhancement of Operational Test and Evaluation of Bal- listic Missile Defense System

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Section 1685—Defense of Hawaii from North Korean Ballistic Missile Attack

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Section 1686—Aegis Ashore Anti-Air Warfare Capability

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Section 1687—Iron Dome Short-Range Rocket Defense System, Israeli Cooperative Missile Defense Program Codevelopment and Coproduc- tion, and Arrow 3 Testing

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Section 1688—Review of Proposed Ground-Based Midcourse Defense System Contract

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Section 1689—Sense of Congress and Plan for Development of Space- Based Sensor Layer for Ballistic Missile Defense

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Section 1690—Sense of Congress and Plan for Development of Space- Based Ballistic Missile Intercept Layer

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Section 1691—Limitation on Availability of Funds for Ground-Based Midcourse Defense Element of the Ballistic Missile Defense System

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Section 1692—Conventional Prompt Global Strike Weapon System

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Section 1693—Determination of Location of Continental United States Interceptor Site

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Subtitle G—Other Matters

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Section 1695—Protection of Certain Facilities and Assets from Un- manned Aircraft

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Section 1696—Use of Commercial Items in Distributed Common Ground Systems

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Section 1697—Independent Assessment of Costs Relating to Ammo- nium Perchlorate

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Section 1698—Limitation and Business Case Analysis Regarding Am- monium Perchlorate

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Section 1699—Industrial Base for Large Solid Rocket Motors and Re- lated Technologies

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Section 1699A—Pilot Program on Enhancing Information Sharing for Security of Supply Chain

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Section 1699B—Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attacks and Events

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Section 1699C—Pilot Program on Electromagnetic Spectrum Mapping

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TITLE XVII—MATTERS RELATING TO SMALL BUSINESS PROCURE- MENT

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LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

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Subtitle A—Improving Transparency and Clarity for Small Businesses

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Section 1701—Improving Reporting on Small Business Goals

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Section 1702—Uniformity in Procurement Terminology

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Section 1703—Responsibilities of Commercial Market Representatives .

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Section 1704—Responsibilities of Business Opportunity Specialists

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Subtitle B—Women’s Business Programs

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Section 1711—Office of Women’s Business Ownership

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Section 1712—Women’s Business Center Program

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Section 1713—Matching Requirements under Women’s Business Center Program

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Subtitle C—SCORE Program

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Section 1721—SCORE Reauthorization

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Section 1722—SCORE Program

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Section 1723—Online Component

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Section 1724—Study and Report on the Future Role of the SCORE Program

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Section 1725—Technical and Conforming Amendments

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Subtitle D—Small Business Development Centers Improvements

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Section 1731—Use of Authorized Entrepreneurial Development Pro- grams

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Section 1732—Marketing of Services

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Section 1733—Data Collection

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Section 1734—Fees from Private Partnerships and Cosponsorships

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Section 1735—Equity for Small Business Development Centers

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Section 1736—Confidentiality Requirements

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Section 1737—Limitation on Award of Grants to Small Business Devel- opment Centers

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Subtitle E—Miscellaneous

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Section 1741—Modification of Past Performance Pilot Program to In- clude Consideration of Past Performance with Allies of the United States

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DIVISION B—MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS

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PURPOSE

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MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AND FAMILY HOUSING OVERVIEW

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Section 2001—Short Title