To maintain behavior at the level needed to effectively self-manage diabetes, participants with type 1 diabetes 12 and type 2 diabetes 11 need ongoing diabetes self-management support. Those who wish to contact the CLRC national telephone assistance line may have to leave a voicemail message; it can take up to 2 business days to receive a return call. In this prospective cohort study , an inverse association between lycopene levels and overall cancer risk was observed, suggesting that higher concentrations of lycopene may help lower cancer risk overall. Each type of dietary supplement or food will have a dedicated section in the summary, and new topics will be added over time. B may limit the number of such appointments. The notice must also specify that the individual may, if appropriate, reapply at the end of the disqualification period.
Friend for Life will match recently diagnosed patients with a trained volunteer who has experienced the same type of cancer and similar course of treatment.
When possible, volunteers are also matched for age and gender. One-on-one support is mainly offered via telephone. Some volunteers are bilingual and services may be available in Spanish as well as other languages. Contact FFL for further details. Good Days, formerly known as the Chronic Disease Fund CDF , helps patients with chronic medical conditions including cancer who have limited financial means get access to the medications they need.
Good Days helps qualified patients pay their insurance co-pays so they can get access to prescription medications. The organization assists patients throughout the United States who meet income guidelines and have valid medical insurance coverage.
Good Days also offers assistance with costs related to travel for healthcare appointments such as transportation, lodging, parking, fuel and meals. The diseases and drugs covered may vary throughout the year depending on funding; for current information visit the website or call Good Days at the number above.
Diseases and Drugs Covered. The Healthcare Hospitality Network, Inc. HHN is a nationwide professional association of nonprofit organizations that provide lodging and support services to patients, families, and their loved ones who are receiving medical treatment far from their home communities. These hospital hospitality houses provide free or reduced-cost lodging. To locate lodging, contact HHN at the toll-free number or search at the link below: Department of Health and Human Services central database of health coverage options, combining information about public programs e.
Consumers can search online for health insurance options specific to their life situation and local community. The enrollment period opens November 1 each year. Health Insurance includes co-payments , Educational Programs.
To qualify for assistance, you must meet the Foundation's insurance, income, and medical criteria. The Foundation will pre-screen over the telephone and if you qualify you will be sent an application. Another option is to answer a few questions online to immediately learn if you qualify for assistance. The Foundation provides assistance for numerous diseases and medications.
A full list of the diseases and medications covered is provided on the Foundation's Web site. The amount of assistance you receive will depend on your income, your insurance coverage, the amount of funding the Foundation has available for assistance, and other factors.
Hill-Burton is a program in which health care facilities hospitals, nursing homes, etc. Information about Hill-Burton facilities is available by calling the toll-free number or visiting the Web site below. Imerman Angels provides one-on-one support to cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers in the United States and internationally. Those seeking support are matched with someone with a similar background, either as a patient or caregiver.
Matches are based on type of cancer, age, and gender. Volunteers lend support and empathy while helping patients and caregivers navigate the system, determine their options, and create their own support system. Mentors and mentees communicate in whatever way they choose; examples include connecting by telephone, email, video chat, and face-to-face. International Association of Laryngectomees. Atlanta, GA Local Phone: The International Association of Laryngectomees IAL is a nonprofit, voluntary organization composed of member clubs and recognized regional organizations.
These clubs are generally known as Lost Chord or New Voice clubs. Club membership ranges from 10 to more than laryngectomees. The purpose of the IAL is to assist these local clubs in their efforts toward the total rehabilitation of the laryngectomee.
The IAL exchanges ideas and disseminates information to member clubs and to the public, facilitates the formation of new clubs, fosters improvement in laryngectomee programs, and improves the minimum standards for teachers of post-laryngectomy speech.
The IAL Voice Institute trains laryngectomees and prospective instructors of speech in an intensive 5-day course that emphasizes speech restoration as the central component to multidisciplinary total rehabilitation.
Some Spanish materials are also available. International Cancer Information Service Group. The International Cancer Information Service Group is a worldwide network of more than 50 organizations that deliver cancer information.
The ICISG strives to provide high quality information services and resources on all aspects of cancer to those affected by or concerned about cancer throughout the world. Members share information and expertise and assist groups interested in starting a CIS program. The ICISG provides a list of cancer organizations that provide cancer information in various languages including Chinese, Korean, Spanish and many other languages.
International, Health Professional Referrals. The International Myeloma Foundation IMF is dedicated to improving the quality of life of myeloma patients while working toward prevention and a cure. The IMF Hotline answers questions from patients and family members and provides information about medical services, pharmaceutical access, and patient support groups.
A Concise Review of the Disease and Treatment Options; and the Understanding Series — treatment specific brochures on new therapies and clinical trials.
A comprehensive network of support groups from around the world are also available to assist patients and their families. The IMF's research grant program funds research projects around the world for both multiple myeloma and amyloidosis. International Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia Foundation. Sarasota, FL Local Phone: The International Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia Foundation IWMF provides encouragement and support to people with Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia WM and offers information and education programs that address patient's concerns, and promotes and supports research leading to a cure.
Telephone Lifeline Support provides telephone numbers of IWMF volunteers who will answer questions about their first-hand experience with specific treatment for WM. IWMF also provides telephone and e-mail network lists that connect patients and caregivers. IWMF provides funding to researchers studying a treatment or cure for Waldenstrom macrogloblinemia or related blood cancer.
Information on the Web site is available in French, Spanish, and German. You may search on the Web site to locate lodging by selecting a state, then selecting a city or healthcare facility. Information on each lodging facility is available, including complete contact information, amenities, rates, reservation methods, and requirements.
The Kidney Cancer Association KCA is a charitable organization made up of patients, family members, physicians, researchers, and other health professionals globally. The KCA offers a variety of services: Contact the Nurse Hotline to find answers to questions about the treatment of kidney cancer and referrals to physicians in the United States.
The KCA Web site provides free publications, calendars for support groups and patient conferences, online forums and chat rooms, and videos and podcasts. KCA responds to calls in English and Spanish. Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society LLS is dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and services to patients and caregivers. Support services include in-person and online support groups and peer-to-peer support that links patients and their families with a trained volunteer who has experienced a similar situation.
Numerous other resources include education programs, free educational materials, online support programs, and information about home-care services. Callers to LLS who speak languages other than English may request the services of a language interpreter; medical interpretation services are available in languages. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's LLS Co-Pay Assistance Program offers financial assistance to patients in meeting their private insurance or Medicare premiums, and co-pays for prescription medication and allowable treatment costs.
Only certain blood cancer diagnoses are covered by this program and they are subject to change - check the Co-pay Web site for the latest information. Prescription insurance coverage is required to qualify for this program. Austin, TX Free Line: Support services include peer to peer matching, counseling, managing financial and insurance concerns, and locating local support groups.
Fertility resources can also be found on their website by searching city, state and zip code. These services include navigation services, survivorship care plans, and Critical Mass: More information can be found in the link below. Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Living Beyond Breast Cancer LBBC aims to empower all women affected by breast cancer to live as long as possible with the best quality of life.
LBBC provides specialized programs and services for the newly diagnosed, young women, women with advanced breast cancer, women at high risk for developing the disease, and African American and Latina women.
Helpline volunteers offer guidance, information, and hope. Spanish-speaking helpline volunteers are available. LBBC publishes Insight quarterly educational newsletter , provides interactive message boards, and offers comprehensive guides, brochures, and transcripts and audio recordings of conferences.
LBBC also offers education programs and services to help health care professionals counsel women affected by breast cancer. LGFB offers advice to cope with the appearance-related side effects of treatment through group programs, a toll-free information and referral line, self-help kits, one-on-one consultations, and brochures. The program also has a self-help brochure for men who are seeking information on appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.
Translators for many other languages are available to respond to calls. The program offers on-site sessions in 16 cities. A 2bMe Web site was specifically developed for teens and provides the option to privately explore the different challenges caused by cancer on their own. The Web site is divided into four main areas: Suite 16th Street, NW.
The Lung Cancer Alliance LCA is dedicated to providing support and advocacy for people living with or at risk for lung cancer. LCA programs include a Lung Cancer Information Line which provides support, information, and referrals for lung cancer patients, survivors, and their family and friends.
LungLoveLink is a new online support community for people living with lung cancer as well as family members and caregivers. The Clinical Trials Matching Service is designed to help lung cancer patients and their families identify possible clinical trials.
The Lustgarten Foundation is dedicated to advancing the scientific and medical research related to the diagnosis, treatment, cure, and prevention of pancreatic cancer. A Pancreatic Cancer Profiler Tool is also available on the Web site and requires entering in diagnosis information, test results, and medical history, and then creates a free Treatment Options Report that includes descriptions of treatments, side effects, and questions to ask your doctor. A free patient handbook, "Understanding Pancreatic Cancer: A Guide for Patients and Caregivers," is available in hard copy or electronically.
The Web site also has links to organizations that provide publications, financial assistance, and support services.
The Lymphoma Research Foundation LRF is a voluntary health organization devoted to funding lymphoma research and providing patients and health care professionals with information on the disease. Trained staff members are available to answer questions, offer individual support, and search for clinical trials on the Lymphoma Helpline and Clinical Trials Information Service. Lynch Syndrome International LSI provides support for individuals afflicted with Lynch syndrome a hereditary disorder that places a person at higher risk of developing colorectal cancer, endometrial cancer, and various other types of aggressive cancers , increases public awareness of the syndrome, educates members of the general public and health care professionals, and provides support for Lynch syndrome research endeavors.
LSI is an all volunteer organization founded and governed by Lynch syndrome survivors, their families, and health care professionals who specialize in Lynch syndrome.
The LSI Web site has comprehensive information on diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up issues for people with Lynch Syndrome. Medicaid Medical Assistance is a jointly funded, Federal-State health insurance program for low-income individuals and families who fit into an eligibility group that is recognized by federal and state law. Although the Federal Government establishes general guidelines for the program, Medicaid is a state-administered program, and each state sets its own guidelines regarding eligibility and services.
Information about coverage is available from local state welfare offices, state health departments, state social service agencies, or the state Medicaid office. Spanish-speaking staff are available in some offices. Childhood, Health Insurance includes co-payments , Medication includes co-payments. Medicare is health insurance for people age 65 or older, under age 65 with certain disabilities, and people of any age with End-Stage Renal Disease.
Part A is Hospital Insurance and helps pay for inpatient hospital care and care at nursing facilities, hospice, and home health care services. Part B is Medical Insurance and covers doctor services, outpatient care, and some preventive services.
Part C is the Medicare Advantage Plans, which allow you to get Medicare benefits through private companies approved by and under contract with Medicare includes Part A, Part B, and usually other benefits Medicare doesn't cover.
Most plans also provide prescription drug coverage. Medicare reimburses patient care costs for its beneficiaries who participate in clinical trials designed to diagnose or treat cancer. To receive information on eligibility, explanations of coverage, and related publications, call Medicare or visit their Web site.
Some publications are available in Spanish. Health Insurance includes co-payments , Medication includes co-payments. The Melanoma International Foundation MIF creates and supports melanoma programs for the prevention, early detection, and treatment of melanoma. MIF provides a hotline to help melanoma patients and their families understand their pathology, what clinical trials are available, and how to get the best palliative care.
MIF also provides early detection education and teaches skin self-examination and sun safety. An online forum is available to provide community support for people with melanoma and their caregivers. MIF also offers webinars and workplace education programs to bring melanoma awareness and education to corporations across the country.
Merkel Cell Carcinoma Support Group. The Merkel Cell Carcinoma Seattle Support Group is a non-profit organization that provides support and resources for patients and their families with this rare and highly aggressive form of skin cancer.
Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation. The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation is a nonprofit collaboration of patients and families, physicians, advocates, and researchers dedicated to eradicating mesothelioma. Services provided include a dedicated nurse practitioner who works with patients to provide current information on mesothelioma and to connect patients with mesothelioma treatment specialists. The practitioner also offers emotional support and access to community forums available through their Web site.
An annual symposium offers patients, family members, and caretakers the opportunity to learn from and interact directly with the world's top experts on mesothelioma. Financial aid for medical travel is available to newly-diagnosed patients to consult with a mesothelioma expert. Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation MMRF aggressively funds research that will accelerate the development of multiple myeloma treatments and extend the lives of patients and lead to a cure. Disease Overview and Multiple Myeloma: Treatment Overview, available free for download from their Web site.
MMRF offers a Myeloma Mentors program that provides trained and certified staff who share their experiences with multiple myeloma with patients, physicians, industry, and others in the myeloma community. The Multiple Myeloma Research Consortium MMRC is the sister organization to MMRF and partners with pharmaceutical and academic sponsors to facilitate clinical trials of the most promising investigational compounds and new combination treatment approaches for myeloma. A patient, family member or friend creates the site and invites guests to visit and participate in the online community.
Patients can share their cancer experience and receive support via messages and photos. The Web site features printable documents on topics such as female and male fertility options, and questions to ask your doctor prior to starting treatment. Many survivor videos are available for viewing on the site.
Survivors share their experiences, decision making, and advice. Expert videos provide information on basic fertility information, common questions, and information on female, male, and childhood fertility procedures and treatment. The Web site has a physician finder resource to search for a physician who can assist with fertility preservation options.
Patients can also call the toll-free FERTLine to talk to a Registered Nurse Patient Navigator who can help patients wade through the difficult decision process of fertility preservation. This Patient Navigator can also help make referrals to outside centers.
The Web site is also available in Spanish. Childhood, Health Professional Referrals. National Association of Insurance Commissioners. A state insurance regulator's primary responsibilities are to educate the public about insurance and protect the interests of insurance consumers, and the NAIC helps regulators fulfill that obligation. NAIC assists people who do not have insurance and also fields insurance complaints. You can obtain information such as closed insurance complaints, licensing information, and key financial data.
Through its award-winning Insure U consumer-education program, the NAIC helps consumers evaluate their options and get smart about insurance. The Insure U Web site provides basic information on the major types of insurance: Health Insurance includes co-payments. National Bone Marrow Transplant Link. The National Bone Marrow Transplant Link nbmtLink is a nonprofit organization specifically serving stem cell transplant patients, their caregivers, families, and health professionals.
The nbmtLink provides information and support services, including a volunteer peer support program, resource referrals for patients and health professionals, and educational guides, videos, and Webcasts.
The free nbmtLINK Online Library contains hundreds of journal articles, booklets, and reference materials, as well as comprehensive links to additional online information. Information on how to become a donor is also available.
National Brain Tumor Society. They are committed to improving the lives of all those affected by brain tumors. NBTS supports research initiatives which advance the understanding of brain tumors in order to find new and more effective treatments.
Brain Tumors," a resource guide that provides information on brain tumors in an easy-to-read format. NBTS also has information on their website to help brain tumor survivors and their families connect with support programs and organizations.
Brain, Advocacy, Support Groups. Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Screening support is provided in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, 5 U. Services include clinical breast exams, mammograms, Pap tests, HPV tests, pelvic exams, diagnostic testing if results are abnormal, and referrals to treatment.
Health Insurance includes co-payments , Health Professional Referrals. Find a Screening Provider Near You. National Breast Cancer Coalition. Suite 17th Street, NW. Once trained, these advocates represent NBCC as they influence public policies that impact breast cancer research, diagnosis, and treatment. NBCC is developing a patient-focused Web site that provides information on research, screening and risk, diagnosis and testing, treatment options, and quality of life.
National Cervical Cancer Coalition. The National Cervical Cancer Coalition NCCC is a coalition of women, family members, caregivers, health care professionals, and cervical cancer organizations and associations focused on providing a safe and educational place for women who have or have had cervical cancer and HPV. NCCC also serves as a clearinghouse for free brochures and pamphlets about cervical cancer, cancer care issues, and cervical disease.
Some pamphlets are available in Spanish. The National Children's Cancer Society. Louis, MO Local Phone: Types of financial assistance available include emergency assistance for living expenses, travel costs related to cancer treatment, and college scholarships for childhood cancer survivors. NCCS also provides information and support during and after treatment, including information on the late effects of childhood cancer and a list of long-term follow up clinics.
Please visit the website for more details about the services offered by NCCS. Long-term follow up clinics. National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship. NCCS also provides a Resource Guide, a database of organizations that can be searched based on cancer type, treatment issues, side effects, cancer-related information e. National Foundation for Credit Counseling. The National Foundation for Credit Counseling NFCC is the nation's largest financial counseling organization and its network of member agencies includes community-based organizations in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
NFCC member agencies provide clients with comprehensive money management services based on their individual needs. Services include counseling on credit and debt matters, housing, and bankruptcy. The website offers a variety of consumer tools. To find a local member agency, call the toll-free number or visit the link below: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. NHPCO's mission is to lead and mobilize social change for improved care at the end-of-life.
NHPCO offers publications, information about how to find a hospice, and information about the financial aspects of hospice. Caring Connections is a national consumer and community engagement program of NHPCO to improve care at the end-of-life. Caring Connections provides a toll-free number, Web site, and a wide range of free materials about end-of-life care such as hospice and palliative care information, advance care planning, caregiving.
Some Spanish-language publications are available, and staff are able to answer calls in Spanish. The National Lymphedema Network NLN provides education and guidance to lymphedema patients, health care professionals, and the general public by providing information on the prevention and management of primary and secondary lymphedema.
The NLN provides referrals to lymphedema treatment centers, health care professionals, training programs, and support groups. Lymphedema garments are also available for patients who meet eligibility criteria. Limited information is available in Spanish. Information is available on the website or via the toll-free number.
If you call the toll-free number, you may need to leave a voicemail message. National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition NOCC is committed to raising awareness of ovarian cancer in communities across the country and providing education and support for women with ovarian cancer and their families.
NOCC has a toll-free number for information, referral, support, and education about ovarian cancer. NOCC also offers support groups, a national newsletter, and educational materials on issues such as symptoms, risk factors, and treatment.
Committed volunteers continue to build a network of NOCC Chapters throughout the country to advance the ovarian cancer awareness movement in local communities. National Patient Travel Center.
The National Patient Travel Center NPTC provides information about all forms of charitable, long-distance medical transportation and provides referrals to all appropriate sources of help available in the national charitable medical transportation network. NPTC has information on the following types of assistance which may be available for patients and an escort: NeedyMeds is an online information resource on programs that provide assistance to people who are unable to afford their medications and health care costs.
NeedyMeds has information on patient assistance programs supported by various pharmaceutical companies. These programs make drugs available for free or at low cost to patients who are uninsured or underinsured. Co-pay programs are also available for some drugs. Information on other assistance programs, such as discount drug cards, disease-based assistance programs that help with costs associated with specific diseases , and free or low-cost clinics is also provided on the website.
The toll-free helpline open from 9 am to 4 pm, ET assists those who do not have access to a computer or who might need further assistance. Medication includes co-payments , Health Professional Referrals. The Oral Cancer Foundation. The Oral Cancer Foundation OCF is a nonprofit organization that provides information, patient support, sponsorship of research, and advocacy related to oral cancer. A major focus of OCF is the promotion of an annual oral cancer screening and outreach to the dental and medical communities to provide this service as a matter of routine practice.
A comprehensive resource list that links to other pertinent oral cancer data on the Web and elsewhere is also available. Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance OCNA advances the interests of women with ovarian cancer by advocating for increased federal funding for ovarian cancer research; increasing awareness that early recognition of symptoms is the best way to save lives; and educating medical and other health care professionals about ovarian cancer diagnosis and the need to provide referrals to gynecologic oncologists.
Women can customize their searches based on a range of criteria that includes the specific ovarian cancer type, stage, treatment history, and place where she can enroll. A Clinical Trial Specialist is assigned to each caller to guide her through her confidential search. Ovarian, Advocacy, Educational Programs. Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is a nationwide network of people dedicated to advancing research, supporting patients, and creating hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
The Patient and Liaison Services PALS program helps patients and families who are facing pancreatic cancer by providing information, resources, and educational materials. The PALS program also provides educational materials and services to health professionals and researchers. All services and materials are free. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is committed to advancing pancreatic cancer research through research grants and advocacy efforts to increase spending for pancreatic cancer research.
Information on Web site is also available in Spanish. Patient Advocate Foundation PAF is a national non-profit charity that provides direct services to patients with chronic, life threatening or debilitating diseases to help them access care and treatment recommended by their doctor. PAF's case management program provides one-on-one assistance to help patients, caregivers or providers resolve healthcare issues. Educational resources that address topics such as finding financial assistance, understanding and accessing health insurance, maintaining employment and more are available on PAF's website and as hard copy publications.
For more details about PAF's services call the toll-free number above or visit the web page below. Frequently Asked Questions http: The Prevent Cancer Foundation funds research on cancer prevention, educates the public about how to prevent cancer, and reaches out to communities across the country with resources and events, and partners with other organizations.
The Foundation focuses its energies and resources on those cancers—breast, cervical, colorectal, lung, oral, prostate, skin, testicular—that can be prevented through lifestyle changes or detected and treated in their early stages. The Foundation has several community outreach programs and exhibits available for community events.
Ronald McDonald Houses are places where out-of-town families can stay while their children are being treated for a serious illness. The Ronald McDonald Family Room program provides a room located just steps from neonatal or pediatric intensive care units. Families of critically ill children can use the Ronald McDonald Family Room to rest, take showers, grab a bite to eat, and even do laundry. Through relationships with local health care providers, the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile program brings cost-effective medical, dental, and health education services directly to underserved children in both rural and urban areas around the world.
All services are provided in a state-of-the-art vehicle built specifically for delivering pediatric health care services. RMHC also offers scholarships to students in financial need who have demonstrated academic achievement, leadership, and community involvement. Scholarships are for students in the United States living in areas where there are participating local Chapters. The Salvation Army International Headquarters. The Salvation Army International Headquarters offers a wide variety of services worldwide, including addiction rehabilitation programs, health services, social work, and emergency response to natural and man-made disasters.
A world map is featured on the organization's Web site that allows you to click on a country to obtain contact information. The Salvation Army National Headquarters. The Salvation Army fulfills its mission through community and fellowship youth camps, Kroc centers, music , rebuilding lives missing persons, disaster relief, prisoner rehabilitation, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, fighting human trafficking , and providing comfort and support Christmas charity, elderly services, and loneliness.
The Sarcoma Alliance strives to extend and improve the lives of sarcoma patients through accurate diagnosis, improved access to care, education, and support.
The Alliance offers financial assistance grant maximum: Support is available through their Peer-to-Peer Network which matches individuals affected by sarcoma with members who have had a similar experience. The Alliance also maintains a list of medical centers and hospitals specializing in sarcoma. They offer a peer support network that connects women newly diagnosed or at high risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer with others who share similar diagnoses and experiences.
They also provide support and education programs addressing advanced breast cancer, genetics, parenting, cosmetic side effects of treatment as well as programs for caregivers and those facing ovarian cancer.
Genetic counselors are available to discuss family history, concerns about cancer risk and the implications of genetic counseling. SNI is a national African American breast cancer survivorship organization that addresses the breast health needs of African American women through its affiliate chapters and partnerships with existing service providers.
Sisters Network has a breast cancer assistance program B-CAP that provides assistance to women facing financial challenges after diagnosis. The program provides financial assistance for mammograms, copays, office visits, prescriptions, and medical-related lodging and transportation. An application form to apply for assistance may be obtained by calling or sending in a request via e-mail.
The Skin Cancer Foundation SCF is dedicated to reducing the incidence of skin cancer through research, public education, and awareness. In addition, SCF offers physician education and training programs, supports research into new diagnostic techniques and therapies, and promotes public education programs abroad.
Information is available in many languages. Subtitle C—Reports and Other Matters. Subtitle E—Industrial Base Matters. Subtitle F—Small Business Matters. Subtitle B—Naval Vessels and Shipyards. Subtitle D—Miscellaneous Authorities and Limitations. Subtitle E—Studies and Reports. Subtitle A—Assistance and training. Subtitle B—Matters relating to Afghanistan and Pakistan. Subtitle D—Matters relating to the Russian Federation.
Subtitle E—Matters relating to the Indo-Pacific region. Subtitle F—Reports and other matters. Subtitle B—Armed forces retirement home. Subtitle E—Missile Defense Programs. Subtitle B—Export Control Reform. Subtitle B—Host country in-kind contributions. Subtitle C—Plans and Reports. Subtitle B—Army Programs Sec. Subtitle C—Navy Programs Sec. Subtitle B—Program requirements, restrictions, and limitations Sec.
Subtitle C—Reports and other matters Sec. Subtitle B—Energy and Environment Sec. Subtitle C—Logistics and Sustainment Sec. Subtitle E—Other Matters Sec. Subtitle B—Reserve Forces Sec. Subtitle C—Authorization of Appropriations Sec. Subtitle D—Military Justice Sec. Subtitle I—Decorations and Awards Sec. Study on active service obligations for medical training with other service obligations for education or training and health professional recruiting.
Criteria for interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Limitation on use of funds pending submittal of report on Army Marketing and Advertising Program. Proof of period of military service for purposes of interest rate limitation under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. Repeal of authority for payment of personal money allowances to Navy officers serving in certain positions. Eligibility of reserve component members for high-deployment allowance for lengthy or numerous deployments and frequent mobilizations.
Prohibition on per diem allowance reductions based on the duration of temporary duty assignment or civilian travel. Extension of parking expenses allowance to civilian employees at recruiting facilities. Eligibility of reserve component members for nonreduction in pay while serving in the uniformed services or National Guard. Military Housing Privatization Initiative. One-year extension of certain expiring bonus and special pay authorities.
Report on imminent danger pay and hostile fire pay. Subtitle C—Other Matters Sec. Extension of certain morale, welfare, and recreation privileges to certain veterans and their caregivers. Technical corrections in calculation and publication of special survivor indemnity allowance cost of living adjustments. Authority to award damaged personal protective equipment to members separating from the Armed Forces and veterans as mementos of military service.
Space-available travel on Department of Defense aircraft for veterans with service-connected disabilities rated as total. Access to military installations for certain surviving spouses and other next of kin of members of the Armed Forces who die while on active duty or certain reserve duty. Study and report on development of a single defense resale system. Cessation of requirement for mental health assessment of members after redeployment from a contingency operation upon discharge or release from the Armed Forces.
Pilot program on treatment of members of the Armed Forces for post-traumatic stress disorder related to military sexual trauma. Improvement of administration of the Defense Health Agency and military medical treatment facilities.
Organizational framework of the military healthcare system to support the medical requirements of the combatant commands. Sharing of information with State prescription drug monitoring programs. Pilot program on opioid management in the military health system. Wounded warrior policy review.
Medical simulation technology and live tissue training within the Department of Defense. Improvements to trauma center partnerships. Improvement to notification to Congress of hospitalization of combat-wounded members of the Armed Forces. Joint forces medical capabilities development and standardization. Inclusion of gambling disorder in health assessments of members of the Armed Forces and related research efforts.
Pilot program on earning by special operations forces medics of credit toward a physician assistant degree. Strategic medical research plan. Comptroller General study on availability of long-term care options for veterans from Department of Veterans Affairs. Increase in number of appointed members of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine.
Effective dates; coordination of amendments. Framework for new part V of subtitle A. Cross references to redesignated sections and chapters.
Amendment to and repeal of statutory requirements for certain positions or offices in the Department of Defense. Repeal of certain defense acquisition laws. Repeal of certain Department of Defense reporting requirements. Modification of limitations on single source task or delivery order contracts.
Preliminary cost analysis requirement for exercise of multiyear contract authority. Revision of requirement to submit information on services contracts to Congress.
Data collection and inventory for services contracts. Report on clarification of services contracting definitions. Increase in micro-purchase threshold applicable to Department of Defense.
Department of Defense contracting dispute matters. Inclusion of best available information regarding past performance of subcontractors and joint venture partners. Subcontracting price and approved purchasing systems. Modification of criteria for waivers of requirement for certified cost and price data. Revisions in authority relating to program cost targets and fielding targets for major defense acquisition programs.
Comptroller General assessment of acquisition programs and related initiatives. Revision of definition of commercial item for purposes of Federal acquisition statutes. Limitation on applicability to Department of Defense commercial contracts of certain provisions of law. Modifications to procurement through commercial e-commerce portals.
Review of Federal acquisition regulations on commercial products, commercial services, and commercially available off-the-shelf items. Report on limited sourcing of specific components for Naval vessels. Removal of national interest determination requirements for certain entities. Pilot program to test machine-vision technologies to determine the authenticity and security of microelectronic parts in weapon systems.
Limitation on certain procurements application process. Report on defense electronics industrial base. Support for defense manufacturing communities to support the defense industrial base. Limitation on procurement of certain items for T—AO— program. Department of Defense small business strategy. Prompt payments of small business contractors. Increased participation in the Small Business Administration microloan program.
Comptroller General study of impact of broadband speed and price on small businesses. Funding for procurement technical assistance program. Authorization for payment of certain costs relating to procurement technical assistance centers.
Commercialization Assistance Pilot Program. Opportunities for employee-owned business concerns through Small Business Administration loan programs. Validation of proprietary and technical data.
Continuation of technical data rights during challenges. Requirement for negotiation of technical data price before sustainment of major weapon systems. Implementation of pilot program to use agile or iterative development methods required under section of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year Report on requiring access to digital technical data in future acquisitions of combat, combat service, and combat support systems.
Subtitle H—Other Matters Sec. Prohibition on acquisition of sensitive materials from non-allied foreign nations. Extension of prohibition on providing funds to the enemy. Data, policy, and reporting on the use of other transactions. Standardization of formatting and public accessibility of Department of Defense reports to Congress.
Promotion of the use of Government-wide and other interagency contracts. Increasing competition at the task order level. Individual acquisition for commercial leasing services. Procurement administrative lead time definition and plan.
Briefing on funding of product support strategies. Use of lowest price technically acceptable source selection process. Review of market research. Establishment of integrated review team on defense acquisition industry-government exchange. Exchange program for acquisition workforce employees. Process to limit foreign access to technology. Procurement of telecommunications supplies for experimental purposes. Access by developmental and operational testing activities to data regarding modeling and simulation activity.
Instruction on pilot program regarding employment of persons with disabilities. Prohibition on certain telecommunications and video surveillance services or equipment. Pilot program to accelerate contracting and pricing processes. Report on allocation of former responsibilities of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics.
Modification of responsibilities of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. Clarification of responsibilities and duties of the Chief Information Officer of the Department of Defense. Specification of certain duties of the Defense Technical Information Center. Comprehensive review of operational and administrative chains-of-command and functions of the Department of the Navy. Modification of certain responsibilities of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff relating to joint force concept development.
Clarification of certain risk assessment requirements of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in connection with the National Military Strategy. Qualifications for appointment as Deputy Chief Management Officer of a military department.
Deadline for completion of full implementation of requirements in connection with organization of the Department of Defense for management of special operations forces and special operations. Cross-functional teams in the Department of Defense. Analysis of Department of Defense business management and operations datasets to promote savings and efficiencies.
Actions to increase the efficiency and transparency of the Defense Logistics Agency. Review and improvement of the operations of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. Assessment of chief information officer functions in connection with transition to enterprise-wide management of information technology and computing.
Limitation on availability of funds for major headquarters activities of the Department of Defense. Performance of civilian functions by military personnel. Report on implementation of requirements on estimation and comparison of costs of civilian and military manpower and contract support for the Department of Defense. Review of foreign currency exchange rates and analysis of Foreign Currency Fluctuations, Defense appropriation.
Responsibility for policy on civilian casualty matters. Additional matters in connection with background and security investigations for Department of Defense personnel. Research and development to advance capabilities of the Department of Defense in data integration and advanced analytics in connection with personnel security. Trusted information provider program for national security positions and positions of trust.
Report on expedited processing of security clearances for mission-critical positions. Report on clearance in person concept. Expertise in audit remediation. Audit of financial systems of the Department of Defense. Report on auditable financial statements. Transparency of accounting firms used to support Department of Defense audit. Inclusion of operation and sustainment costs in annual naval vessel construction plans.
Purchase of vessels using funds in National Defense Sealift Fund. Purchase of vessels built in foreign shipyards with funds in National Defense Sealift Fund.
Date of listing of vessels as battle force ships in the Naval Vessel Register and other fleet inventory measures. Technical corrections and clarifications to chapter of title 10, United States Code, and other provisions of law regarding naval vessels. Dismantlement and disposal of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. Limitation on use of funds for retirement of hospital ships. Inclusion of aircraft carrier refueling overhaul budget request in annual budget justification materials.
Business case analysis of Ready Reserve Force recapitalization options. Transfer of excess naval vessel to Bahrain. Definition of sensitive military operation. 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.
Prohibition on use of funds for transfer or release of individuals detained at United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to certain countries. Strategic guidance documents within the Department of Defense. Notification on the provision of defense sensitive support. Coordinating United States response to malign foreign influence operations and campaigns.
Clarification of reimbursable allowed costs of FAA memoranda of agreement. Workforce issues for military realignments in the Pacific. Mitigation of operational risks posed to certain military aircraft by automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast equipment.
Limitation on availability of funds for unmanned surface vehicles. Pilot program for Department of Defense controlled unclassified information in the hands of industry.
National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence. Authority to transfer funds for Bien Hoa dioxin cleanup. Guidance on the electronic warfare mission area and joint electromagnetic spectrum operations. Subtitle E—Studies and Reports Sec. Improvement of annual report on civilian casualties in connection with United States military operations. Report on capabilities and capacities of Armored Brigade Combat Teams. Comprehensive review of professionalism and ethics programs for special operations forces.
Munitions assessments and future-years defense program requirements. Report on establishment of Army Futures Command. Report on cyber-enabled information operations.
Report on unmanned aircraft in Arlington National Cemetery. Report on an updated Arctic strategy. Report on use and availability of military installations for disaster response. Report on Department of Defense participation in Export Administration Regulations license application review process.
Military aviation readiness review in support of the National Defense Strategy. Report on highest-priority roles and missions of the Department of Defense and the Armed Forces. Subtitle F—Other Matters Sec. Technical, conforming, and clerical amendments. Modification of authority to transfer aircraft to other departments for wildfire suppression purposes.
Improvement of database on emergency response capabilities. Disclosure requirements for United States-based foreign media outlets. United States policy with respect to freedom of navigation and overflight.
National Commission on Military Aviation Safety. Sense of Congress regarding the international borders of the United States. Policy on response to juvenile-on-juvenile problematic sexual behavior committed on military installations. Prohibition of funds for Chinese language instruction provided by a Confucius Institute.
Department of Defense engagement with certain nonprofit entities in support of missions of deployed United States personnel around the world. Direct hire authority for the Department of Defense for certain competitive service positions. Modification of direct hire authority for the Department of Defense for post-secondary students and recent graduates.
Extension of overtime rate authority for Department of the Navy employees performing work aboard or dockside in support of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier forward deployed in Japan. One-year extension and expansion of authority to waive annual limitation on premium pay and aggregate limitation on pay for Federal civilian employees working overseas.
Extension of authority to conduct telework travel expenses test programs. Expanded flexibility in selecting candidates from referral lists. Expedited hiring authority for college graduates and post secondary students. Inapplicability of certification of executive qualifications by qualification review boards of Office of Personnel Management for initial appointments to Senior Executive Service positions in Department of Defense.
Engagement with Historically Black Colleges and Universities and minority-serving institutions for the purposes of technical workforce enhancement. Inclusion of Strategic Capabilities Office and Defense Innovation Unit Experimental of the Department of Defense in personnel management authority to attract experts in science and engineering.
Enhancement of flexible management authorities for science and technology reinvention laboratories of the Department of Defense. Inclusion of Office of Secretary of Defense among components of the Department of Defense covered by direct hire authority for financial management experts.
Alcohol testing of civil service mariners of the Military Sealift Command assigned to vessels. One-year extension of temporary authority to grant allowances, benefits, and gratuities to civilian personnel on official duty in a combat zone.
Modification of authority to build the capacity of foreign security forces. Clarification of authority for use of advisors and trainers for training of personnel of foreign ministries with security missions under defense institution capacity building authorities. Increase in cost limitation and additional notification required for small scale construction related to security cooperation.
Technical corrections relating to defense security cooperation statutory reorganization. Review and report on processes and procedures used to carry out section of title 10, United States Code. Report on the use of security cooperation authorities. Participation in and support of the Inter-American Defense College.
Assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of security cooperation. Legal and policy review of advise, assist, and accompany missions. Extension and modification of authority to support border security operations of certain foreign countries.
Framework for obtaining concurrence for participation in activities of regional centers for security studies. Extension of authority to transfer defense articles and provide defense services to the military and security forces of Afghanistan.
Extension and modification of reporting requirements for special immigrant visas for Afghan allies program. Afghanistan Security Forces Fund. Extension and modification of authority for reimbursement of certain coalition nations for support provided to United States military operations.
Extension and modification of authority to provide assistance to the vetted Syrian opposition. Syrian war crimes accountability. Extension of authority to provide assistance to counter the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Limitation on assistance to the Government of Iraq. Extension and modification of authority to support operations and activities of the Office of Security Cooperation in Iraq. Modification of annual report on military power of Iran. Strategy to counter destabilizing activities of Iran.
Prohibition on availability of funds relating to sovereignty of the Russian Federation over Crimea. Limitation on availability of funds relating to implementation of the Open Skies Treaty. Modification and extension of Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative. Extension of limitation on military cooperation between the United States and the Russian Federation. Sense of Congress on enhancing deterrence against Russian aggression in Europe. Redesignation and modification of sense of Congress and initiative for the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.
Assessment of and report on geopolitical conditions in the Indo-Pacific region. Sense of Congress on extended nuclear deterrence in the Indo-Pacific region. Reinstatement of reporting requirements with respect to United States-Hong Kong relations.
Sense of Congress on Taiwan. United States strategy on China. Limitation on use of funds to reduce the total number of members of the Armed Forces serving on active duty who are deployed to the Republic of Korea. Modification of report required under enhancing defense and security cooperation with India. Subtitle F—Reports and other matters Sec. Modification of authorities relating to acquisition and cross-servicing agreements. United States-Israel countering unmanned aerial systems cooperation.
Review to determine whether the Armed Forces or coalition partners of the United States violated Federal law or Department of Defense policy while conducting operations in Yemen. Report on United States Government security cooperation and assistance programs with Mexico. Report on Department of Defense missions, operations, and activities in Niger.
Report on the security relationship between the United States and the Republic of Cyprus. Report on permanent stationing of United States forces in the Republic of Poland. Report on strengthening NATO cyber defense. Report on status of the United States relationship with the Republic of Turkey. Sense of the Congress concerning military-to-military dialogues.
Modifications to Global Engagement Center. Sense of Congress on countering hybrid threats and malign influence. Initiative to support protection of national security academic researchers from undue influence and other security threats.
Report on Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Modification of freedom of navigation reporting requirements. Coordination of efforts to negotiate free trade agreements with certain sub-Saharan African countries. Limitation on availability of funds to implement the Arms Trade Treaty. Prohibition on provision of weapons and other forms of support to certain organizations. Rule of construction relating to the use of force. Specification of cooperative threat reduction funds. Chemical agents and munitions destruction, defense.
Drug interdiction and counter-drug activities, defense-wide. Subtitle B—Armed forces retirement home Sec. Authorization of appropriations for Armed Forces Retirement Home. Expansion of eligibility for residence at the Armed Forces Retirement Home. Oversight of health care provided to residents of the Armed Forces Retirement Home. Modification of authority on acceptance of gifts for the Armed Forces Retirement Home. Relief for residents of the Armed Forces Retirement Home impacted by increase in fees.
Limitation on applicability of fee increase for residents of the Armed Forces Retirement Home. Subtitle C—Other matters Sec. Lovell Health Care Center, Illinois. Economical and efficient operation of working capital fund activities. Quarterly briefing on progress of chemical demilitarization program.
Research, development, test, and evaluation. Subtitle B—Financial matters Sec. Treatment as additional authorizations. Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization. Enduring costs funded through overseas contingency operations.
Comptroller General report on use of funds provided by overseas contingency operations. Improvements to acquisition system, personnel, and organization of space forces. Modifications to Space Rapid Capabilities Office. Rapid, responsive, and reliable space launch.
Provision of space situational awareness services and information. Budget assessments for national security space programs. Improvements to commercial space launch operations. Space warfighting policy, review of space capabilities, and plan on space warfighting readiness. Use of small- and medium-size buses for strategic and tactical satellite payloads. Enhancement of positioning, navigation, and timing capacity. Designation of component of Department of Defense responsible for coordination of modernization efforts relating to military-code capable GPS receiver cards.
Designation of component of Department of Defense responsible for coordination of hosted payload information. Limitation on availability of funds for Joint Space Operations Center mission system.
Evaluation and enhanced security of supply chain for protected satellite communications programs and overhead persistent infrared systems. Report on protected satellite communications. Report on persistent weather imagery for United States Central Command. Study on space-based radio frequency mapping.
Independent study on space launch locations. Briefing on commercial satellite servicing capabilities. Role of Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence. Security vetting for foreign nationals. Department of Defense Counterintelligence polygraph program. Defense intelligence business management systems.
Modification to annual briefing on the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance requirements of the combatant commands. Framework on governance, mission management, resourcing, and effective oversight of combat support agencies that are also elements of the intelligence community. Reorganization and consolidation of certain cyber provisions. Affirming the authority of the Secretary of Defense to conduct military activities and operations in cyberspace.
Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship Program scholarships and grants. Amendments to pilot program regarding cyber vulnerabilities of Department of Defense critical infrastructure.
Policy of the United States on cyberspace, cybersecurity, cyber warfare, and cyber deterrence. Budget display for cyber vulnerability evaluations and mitigation activities for major weapon systems of the Department of Defense. Determination of responsibility for the Department of Defense Information Networks. Procedures and reporting requirement on cybersecurity breaches and loss of personally identifiable information and controlled unclassified information.
Program to establish cyber institutes at institutions of higher learning. Matters pertaining to the SharkSeer cybersecurity program. Designation of official for matters relating to integrating cybersecurity and industrial control systems within the Department of Defense. Assistance for small manufacturers in the defense industrial supply chain and universities on matters relating to cybersecurity. Email and Internet website security and authentication.
Security product integration framework. Information security continuous monitoring and cybersecurity scorecard. Tier 1 exercise of support to civil authorities for a cyber incident. Pilot program on modeling and simulation in support of military homeland defense operations in connection with cyber attacks on critical infrastructure.
Pilot program authority to enhance cybersecurity and resiliency of critical infrastructure. Pilot program on regional cybersecurity training center for the Army National Guard. Study and report on reserve component cyber civil support teams. Identification of countries of concern regarding cybersecurity. Mitigation of risks to national security posed by providers of information technology products and services who have obligations to foreign governments.
Report on Cybersecurity Apprentice Program. Report on enhancement of software security for critical systems. Subtitle D—Nuclear forces Sec. Long-range standoff weapon requirements. Acceleration of ground-based strategic deterrent program and long-range standoff weapon program.
Procurement authority for certain parts of intercontinental ballistic missile fuzes. Prohibition on reduction of the intercontinental ballistic missiles of the United States.
Extension of prohibition on availability of funds for mobile variant of ground-based strategic deterrent missile. Exchange program for nuclear weapons program employees. Plan to train officers in nuclear command, control, and communications.
Independent study on options to increase Presidential decision-time regarding nuclear weapons employment. Extension of annual report on plan for the nuclear weapons stockpile, nuclear weapons complex, nuclear weapons delivery systems, and nuclear weapons command and control system. Plan for alignment of acquisition of warhead life extension programs and delivery vehicles for such warheads. Annual report on development of long-range stand-off weapon.
Sense of Congress on nuclear posture of the United States. Development of persistent space-based sensor architecture. Boost phase ballistic missile defense. Extension of requirement for reports on unfunded priorities of Missile Defense Agency.
Extension of prohibition relating to missile defense information and systems. Modification of requirement relating to transition of ballistic missile defense programs to military departments.
Modification of requirement to develop a space-based ballistic missile intercept layer. Improvements to acquisition processes of Missile Defense Agency. Layered defense of the United States homeland. Testing of redesigned kill vehicle prior to production and ground-based midcourse defense acceleration options. Requirements for ballistic missile defense capable ships. Multiyear procurement authority for standard missile—3 IB guided missiles. Limitation on availability of funds for Army lower tier air and missile defense sensor.
Missile defense radar in Hawaii. Iron Dome short-range rocket defense system and Israeli cooperative missile defense program co-development and co-production.
Acceleration of hypersonic missile defense program. Report on ballistic missile defense. Sense of Congress on allied partnerships for missile defense. Sense of Congress on testing by Missile Defense Agency. Procurement of ammonium perchlorate and other chemicals for use in solid rocket motors.
Budget exhibit on support provided to entities outside Department of Defense. Conventional prompt global strike hypersonic capabilities. Report regarding industrial base for large solid rocket motors. Findings; sense of Congress. Acceptance of written notices. Inclusion of partnership and side agreements in notice. Declarations for certain covered transactions. Authority for unilateral initiation of reviews. Timing for reviews and investigations.
Identification of non-notified and non-declared transactions. Submission of certifications to Congress. Analysis by Director of National Intelligence. Action by the President. Membership and staff of Committee. Actions by the Committee to address national security risks.
Modification of annual report and other reporting requirements. Certification of notices and information. Assessment of need for additional resources for Committee.
Centralization of certain Committee functions. Briefing on information from transactions reviewed by Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States relating to foreign efforts to influence democratic institutions and processes.
Authority of the President. Administration of export controls. Requirements to identify and control the export of emerging and foundational technologies. Review relating to countries subject to comprehensive United States arms embargo.
Review of interagency dispute resolution process. Consultation with other agencies on commodity classification. Annual report to Congress. Effect on other Acts. Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security. Review of and report on certain defense technologies critical to the United States maintaining superior military capabilities. Expiration of authorizations and amounts required to be specified by law.
Authorized Army construction and land acquisition projects. Authorization of appropriations, Army. Extension of authorizations of certain fiscal year projects.
Extension of authorizations of certain fiscal year project. Authorized Navy construction and land acquisition projects. Improvements to military family housing units. Authorization of appropriations, Navy. Authorized Air Force construction and land acquisition projects. Authorization of appropriations, Air Force. Modification of authority to carry out certain phased project authorized in fiscal years , , and Modification of authority to carry out certain fiscal year project.
Additional authority to carry out certain fiscal year projects. Authorized defense agencies construction and land acquisition projects. Authorized energy conservation projects. Authorization of appropriations, defense agencies. Authorization of certain fiscal year project. Authorized NATO construction and land acquisition projects. Authorization of appropriations, NATO. Subtitle B—Host country in-kind contributions Sec. Republic of Korea funded construction projects.
Authorized Army National Guard construction and land acquisition projects. Authorized Army Reserve construction and land acquisition projects. Authorized Air National Guard construction and land acquisition projects. Authorized Air Force Reserve construction and land acquisition projects.
Authorization of appropriations, National Guard and Reserve. Subtitle B—Other matters Sec. Additional authority to carry out certain fiscal year project.
Authorization of appropriations for base realignment and closure activities funded through Department of Defense Base Closure Account. Additional authority to realign or close certain military installations. Prohibition on conducting additional base realignment and closure BRAC round.
Modification of contract authority for acquisition, construction, or furnishing of test facilities and equipment.
Commercial construction standards for facilities on leased property. Congressional oversight of projects carried out pursuant to laws other than Military Construction Authorization Acts.
Small business set-aside for contracts for architectural and engineering services and construction design. Updates and modifications to Department of Defense Form , Unified Facilities Criteria, and military installation master plans. Work in Process Curve charts and outlay tables for military construction projects.
Extension of temporary, limited authority to use operation and maintenance funds for construction projects in certain areas outside the United States. Authority to obtain architectural and engineering services and construction design for defense laboratory modernization program.
Repeal of limitation on certain Guam project. Enhancing force protection and safety on military installations. Limitation on use of funds for acquisition of furnished energy for new medical center in Germany.
Force structure plans and infrastructure capabilities necessary to support the force structure. Exemption of Department of Defense off-site use and off-site removal only non-mobile properties from certain excess property disposal requirements. Retrofitting existing windows in military family housing units to be equipped with fall prevention devices. Updating prohibition on use of certain assessment of public schools on Department of Defense installations to supersede funding of certain projects.
Study of feasibility of using year intergovernmental support agreements for installation-support services. Representation of installation interests in negotiations and proceedings with carriers and other public utilities.
Subtitle C—Land Conveyances Sec. Release of restrictions, University of California, San Diego. Public inventory of Guam land parcels for transfer to Government of Guam. Land conveyance, Naval Academy dairy farm, Gambrills, Maryland. Commemoration of Freedman's Village. Subtitle D—Other Matters Sec. Defense community infrastructure pilot program. Strategic plan to improve capabilities of Department of Defense training ranges and installations.
Restrictions on use of funds for development of public infrastructure in Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Defense access roads relating to closures due to sea level fluctuation and flooding.
Authority to transfer funds for construction of Indian River Bridge. Restrictions on use of funds for planning and design costs of European Deterrence Initiative projects. National Nuclear Security Administration. Development of low-yield nuclear weapons. Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program.
Inclusion of capital assets acquisition projects in activities by Director for Cost Estimating and Program Evaluation. Modification of authority for acceptance of contributions for acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide. Notification regarding air release of radioactive or hazardous material at Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Amendments to the Atomic Energy Act of Extension of enhanced procurement authority to manage supply chain risk. Hanford waste tank cleanup program. Use of funds for construction and project support activities relating to MOX facility. Pilot program on conduct by Department of Energy of background reviews for access by certain individuals to national security laboratories. Prohibition on availability of funds for programs in Russian Federation. Prohibition on availability of funds for research and development of advanced naval nuclear fuel system based on low-enriched uranium.
Limitation on availability of funds relating to submission of annual reports on unfunded priorities. Subtitle C—Plans and Reports Sec. Modifications to cost-benefit analyses for competition of management and operating contracts. Review of defense environmental cleanup activities. Survey of workforce of national security laboratories and nuclear weapons production facilities.
Elimination of certain reports. Acceleration of replacement of cesium blood irradiation sources. Sense of Congress regarding compensation of individuals relating to uranium mining and nuclear testing. Authorization of the Maritime Administration. Permanent authority of Secretary of Transportation to issue vessel war risk insurance.
Use of State maritime academy training vessels. United States Merchant Marine Academy policy on sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Electronic records on mariner availability to meet national security needs.
Sea year on contracted vessels. GAO report on national maritime strategy. Subtitle B—Coast Guard Sec. Alignment with Department of Defense and sea services authorities. Preliminary development and demonstration. Reimbursement for travel expenses. Major acquisition program risk assessment. Marine safety implementation status. Retirement of Vice Commandant.
Large recreational vessel regulations. Training course on workings of Congress. Department of Defense consultation. Inventory of real property. Authority to exempt vessels.