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Amendments to H.R. 2670 – National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2024

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Alford (R-MO) – Amendment No. 1 – Increases the authorized amount of funding for Army Ground Technology by $2.6 million

Allred (D-TX) – Amendment No. 2 – Expresses a sense of Congress on how the Secretary of Defense should prioritize critical and emergency technology partnerships in an effort to bolster U.S. defense alliances and partnerships in the Indo-Pacific region

Amodei (R-NV) – Amendment No. 3 – Amends the Military Lands Withdrawal Act of 1999 to clarify the universe of military activities authorized to be conducted at the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) to include the establishment of up to 15 small pads for radar emitters, and the use and maintenance of existing roads. This amendment also specifies that a headquarters-level participant from the USFWS and the Department of the Air Force (DAF) are to be represented on the existing Interagency Committee

Bacon (R-NE) – Amendment No. 4 – Amends pilot program to improve rate calculation for Basic Allowance for Housing by specifying focus on single-family housing

Bacon (R-NE) – Amendment No. 5 – Directs the Secretary of Defense to require consideration of affiliate past performance for small business contract consideration 

Bacon (R-NE) – Amendment No. 6 – Directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide the congressional defense committees a future force design for the United States Air Force and United States Space Force projected through 2050

Balderson (R-OH) – Amendment No. 7 – Requires the Department of Defense to submit a report on Department policies regarding the consideration and approval of easements for certain energy infrastructure

Banks (R-IN) – Amendment No. 8 – Gives the President the authority to transfer retired or nearly-retired U.S. aerial refueling tankers to Israel in the event of an emergency

Banks (R-IN) – Amendment No. 9 – Prohibits any funds authorized by the NDAA from going to any entity owned or controlled by the Iranian government or on relevant blacklists

Banks (R-IN) – Amendment No. 10 – Expands the annual China Military Power Report to include China’s security cooperation with Iran and Russia

Banks (R-IN) – Amendment No. 11 – Requires a DOD assessment of the precision-guided munitions Israel needs in the event of conflict with regional actors. Would extend existing authorities to provide Israel with such munitions in the event of an emergency

Banks (R-IN) – Amendment No. 12 – Prohibits any funds authorized in this bill from being made available directly or indirectly to the Badr Organization

Barr (R-KY) – Amendment No. 13 – Directs the Department of Defense, in conjunction with the United States Coast Guard and the Secretary of State, to conduct a feasibility study on the establishment of a Indo-Pacific Maritime Governance Center of Excellence

Barr (R-KY) – Amendment No. 14 – Directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the relevant federal agencies, to conduct a study on the impacts to United States national security from Chinese influence in the electric vehicle supply chain

Barr (R-KY) – Amendment No. 15 – Expresses a sense of Congress Regarding the Feasibility Study for Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant

Barr (R-KY) – Amendment No. 16 – Awards certain medals to Members of the Armed Forces serving in Afghanistan during Operation Allies Refuge

Bergman (R-MI) – Amendment No. 17 – Increases funding for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle family for vehicle safety data recorders with predictive logistics for weapons and vehicles

Bice (R-OK) – Amendment No. 18 – Requires a report on airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) requirements within the United States Africa Command area of responsibility

Bice (R-OK) – Amendment No. 19 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to develop a strategy to disrupt fentanyl trafficking, and report to Congress on efforts to enhance counter-fentanyl cooperation with Mexico

Bice (R-OK) – Amendment No. 20 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress with an updated supply chain assessment of certain semiconductor metals with national security applications

Biggs (R-AZ) – Amendment No. 21 – Expresses a sense of Congress about the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship and the need to continue offering security assistance and related support

Blunt Rochester (D-DE) – Amendment No. 22 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to conduct a study to identify health care provider training gaps in screening and treating maternal mental health conditions. Such study will assess health care provider experience with and attitudes around treating pregnant and postpartum women with mental and substance use disorders and include training recommendations for these providers based on identified training gaps

Blunt Rochester (D-DE) – Amendment No. 23 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to update the registry and provider lists under subsection (b) of section 717 of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2016 and submit to Congress a report on mental health provider readiness designations

Boebert (R-CO) – Amendment No. 24 – Requires DoD to report on institutions of higher education which have received DoD funding and hosted a Confucius Institute funded by the People’s Republic of China

Bost (R-IL) – Amendment No. 25 – Requires the DoD to report to Congress on current footwear regulations and indicate potential regulation improvements that support the needs of the warfighter and the domestic industrial base

Bowman (D-NY) – Amendment No. 26 – Requires public disclosure about the cost of the United States overseas military footprint

Bowman (D-NY) – Amendment No. 27 – Requires a report on military recruitment practices in public secondary schools

Brecheen (R-OK) – Amendment No. 28 – Requires the Special Inspector General to Ukraine to investigate the accuracy and consistency with which weapons were fiscally evaluated to be fiscally worth by the DOD since the start of the Ukraine-Russia war

Brownley (D-CA) – Amendment No. 29 – Requires DOD to report on food purchasing

Buchanan (R-FL) – Amendment No. 30 – Requires Sec. Def. to submit a report the HASC on the effectiveness of Department of Defense Instruction 6025.25 titled the “Drug Take Back Program” and include recommendations on actions to improve or expand the program

Buchanan (R-FL) – Amendment No. 31 – Requires a GAO study to evaluate the feasibility and advisability of equipping all tactical vehicles of the Armed Forces with black box data recorders

Buchanan (R-FL) – Amendment No. 32 – Requires a Department of Defense study on the accessibility of mental health care providers and services for members of the Armed Forces serving on active duty

Buchanan (R-FL) – Amendment No. 33 – Mandate the Department of Defense promptly notify the Department of Veterans Affairs about someone transitioning from active duty to a veteran with an opioid use disorder


Buck (R-CO) – Amendment No. 35 – Manages fragmentation among entities involved in artificial intelligence across the Department of Defense


Buck (R-CO) – Amendment No. 37 – Designates a single entity to oversee the implementation of predictive maintenance procedures

Budzinski (D-IL) – Amendment No. 38 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congressional Defense Committees on FY23 expenditures for the Child Development Center at Scott Air Force Base and an assessment of future fiscal needs

Budzinski (D-IL) – Amendment No. 39 – Requires the Secretary of the Air Force to submit a report to Congressional Defense Committees on the infrastructure upgrades needed to support mobility aircraft operations

Budzinski (D-IL) – Amendment No. 40 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congressional Defense Committees on the risks of flooding and other natural weather phenomenon that threaten to endanger military installations. The report should include potential mitigation strategies and a focus on the Mississippi Delta

Burchett (R-TN) – Amendment No. 41 – Requires cost sharing for RDT&E contracts

Burchett (R-TN) – Amendment No. 42 – Declassifies any documents relating to publicly known sightings of UAPs

Burlison (R-MO) – Amendment No. 43 – Requires that the Secretary of Defense may not enter into a contract for online tutoring services which could result in personal data of citizens of the United States being transferred to the control of the People’s Republic of China

Cammack (R-FL) – Amendment No. 44 – Establishes a Working Group to identify potential applications for blockchain technology, smart contracts, or distributed ledger technologies to improve efficiencies or functions at the Department of Defense

Caraveo (D-CO) – Amendment No. 45 – Allows transitioning service members to learn about agriculture through the Transition Assistance Program

Caraveo (D-CO) – Amendment No. 46 – Requires the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, to conduct a report on the transition process for service members with healthcare backgrounds and the number of transitioning service members that join the Medical Reserve Corps

Carbajal (D-CA) – Amendment No. 47 – Prohibits the official display of a cut flower or green in any public area of a building of the Executive Office of the President, the Department of State, or the Department of Defense unless it is produced in the United States. The prohibition does not apply to any cut flower or green used by a federal officer or employee for personal display

Carey (R-OH) – Amendment No. 48 – Prohibits the decommissioning of any KC-135 Stratotankers in Fiscal Year 2024

Carter (R-GA) – Amendment No. 49 – Adds the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives to the list of committees that the Secretary of Defense must submit justification to when U.S. Department of Defense funds are used by EcoHealth Alliance for research

Carter (R-TX) – Amendment No. 50 – Directs the the Secretary of Defense to assess the capacity of the Department of Defense to test, evaluate, and use additive fabrication technology to supplement maintenance parts in support of weapon systems and associated support equipment

Case (D-HI) – Amendment No. 51 – Modifies 10 USC 1781 to add a requirement that requires the Department of Defense to determine the market capacity for applicable medical care and educational services to support Exceptional Family Member Program-enrolled families and provide a report to the Services on a quarterly basis to prevent access to care issues

Case (D-HI) – Amendment No. 52 – Seeks a study to reexamine the calculation of weighted student units for impact aid payments for eligible federally connected children with disabilities to better support local educational agencies in providing quality education

Case (D-HI) – Amendment No. 53 – Directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs to assess and develop plans for Civic Action Teams in the Pacific Islands

Case (D-HI) – Amendment No. 54 – Amends the DOD Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative (REPI) to ensure that regionally associated installations can better coordinate and enter into agreements with projects that are in vicinity to other installations but effect current or anticipated military training, testing, or operations within the region

Case (D-HI) – Amendment No. 55 – Directs the military to provide a report on efforts to renew critical training land leases in the State of Hawaii

Case (D-HI) – Amendment No. 56 – Modifies the Pilot Program to Develop Young Civilian Defense Leaders in the Indo-Pacific to also include civilians working for ministries with a security mission, so that countries without militaries can participate

Adopted by Voice


Casten (D-IL) – Amendment No. 57 – Calls for the DOD and HHS to work together to study and report to Congress the barriers to mental health care for military pilots, and to provide recommendations to Congress on how best to: Improve Access to Mental Health Care for military pilots Improve the process by which pilots are receiving mental health care are cleared to fly

Castor (D-FL) – Amendment No. 58 – Ensures interstate reciprocity of Individualized Education Program (IEP) for military dependent students when a parent/guardian receives PCS orders

Castor (D-FL) – Amendment No. 59 – Directs the Department of Defense to provide temporary daycare accommodations for military dependents when a servicemember is on Permanent Change of Station, Temporary Duty or any other similar deployment

Crenshaw (R-TX) – Amendment No. 61 – Directs the Secretary of Defense to allow those injured in the line of duty and eligible for medical retirement to continue service while receiving hostile fire/imminent danger pay. The purpose of the amendment is to ensure that soldiers injured in the line of duty can receive full retirement benefits that come with 20 years of service

Crow (D-CO) – Amendment No. 62 – Requires DOD to develop a strategy to address medical research and development gaps essential to caring for casualties experiencing combined traumatic injuries across chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) spectrum

Curtis (R-UT) – Amendment No. 63 – Requires an assessment of Cable Security Fleet’s ability and preparedness to repair transoceanic submarine fiber optic cables that may be damaged or cut by adversaries

Curtis (R-UT) – Amendment No. 64 – Asks for an assessment of Russia’s information operations capabilities and an assessment of current efforts taken by the Department of Defense and allied and partner militaries’ information operations components to target and otherwise coordinate efforts against Russian military information operations

Curtis (R-UT) – Amendment No. 65 – Asks for a report on the sophistication of Iranian missile capabilities and details of Iranian ballistic missile testing

Curtis (R-UT) – Amendment No. 66 – Asks for a classified report on Iranian involvement in the narcotics trade, the entities associated with the trade, and an assessment on the financial benefits of involvement in the trade & what the money is used for

Davis (D-NC) – Amendment No. 67 – Requires a report from the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs on innovative prevention and treatment methods for military personnel suffering from migraines

De La Cruz (R-TX) – Amendment No. 68 – Provides funding in the amount of $5 million each for the following programs: the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) Maritime Intelligence Support; the U.S. Northern Command Mexico Office of Defense Cooperation; and the Advanced Analytics for Global Threat Network Disruption for U.S. Northern Command

DesJarlais (R-TN) – Amendment No. 69 – Codifies NNSA as the interagency lead on nuclear forensics, making NNSA responsible for integrating the National Technical Nuclear Forensics (NTNF) activities in a consistent, unified strategic direction

Donalds (R-FL) – Amendment No. 70 – Expresses the Sense of Congress that Congress supports Project Pele, a DOD SCO program that seeks to develop, demonstrate, and deploy a portable nuclear microreactor to bolster American national security and reduce fuel-related logistical challenges

Donalds (R-FL) – Amendment No. 71 – Directs several government entities, including the Army Corps of Engineers and the National Guard, to develop a national strategy to deploy nuclear microreactors to respond to the impacts of a natural disaster

Donalds (R-FL) – Amendment No. 72 – Directs the U.S. Space Force to submit a report pertaining to its current and future potential use of nuclear thermal propulsion space vehicles and nuclear electric propulsion space vehicles, and how these nuclear-powered space vehicles can bolster America’s national security

Donalds (R-FL) – Amendment No. 73 – Adds Sense of Congress that Congress understands the benefits that advanced nuclear reactors can provide to domestic and international military operations, while reducing fuel-related logistical challenges

Donalds (R-FL) – Amendment No. 74 – Directs the DOD to submit a confidential report evaluating the American national security risks associated with Chinese and Russian interest in space (e.g. satellites; space stations; moon exploration; moon mineral acquisition; etc.)

Donalds (R-FL) – Amendment No. 75 – Adds a Sense of Congress that Congress encourages the U.S. Armed Forces to utilize innovative technological capabilities, such as artificial intelligence, quantum information science, advanced air mobility, counter-uas, to ultimately defend the national security of the United States

Duncan (R-SC) – Amendment No. 76 – Grants the Secretary of Defense the authority to transfer data and technology developed under the MOSAICS program to eligible private sector entities

Dunn (R-FL) – Amendment No. 77 – Provides for flexibility in Humanitarian Aid as part of the Denton Program

Edwards (R-NC) – Amendment No. 78 – Requires the Department of Defense to report to Congress on the status of the formulation of policies by the Director of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency to record and track alleged incidents of misuse of U.S.-provided equipment in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. The report would be due within 90 days of enactment

Eshoo (D-CA) – Amendment No. 79 – Expresses the sense of Congress that the Navy should name a future commissioned ship after William B. Gould, a formerly enslaved sailor who served in the Navy during the Civil War

Fallon (R-TX) – Amendment No. 80 – Expresses the Sense of Congress that the US and Taiwan should explore efforts to expand energy sources and harden existing facilities

Fitzgerald (R-WI) – Amendment No. 81 – Requires elementary and secondary schools operated by the Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) to publish the curriculum on a publicly available website

Foster (D-IL) – Amendment No. 82 – Assessment of the ability of the United States to detect and monitor supercritical nuclear weapon tests conducted at very low yields

Franklin (R-FL) – Amendment No. 83 – Provides funding for Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management program

Frost (D-FL) – Amendment No. 84 – Requires a report from the Department of Defense and Armed Services Inspectors General evaluating the cost of financial investigations and the amount directly or indirectly recovered through financial investigations

Fry (R-SC) – Amendment No. 85 – Directs the Secretary of Defense to issue a report, within 1 year of enactment, on the impact of ROTC programs on military recruitment efforts

Fry (R-SC) – Amendment No. 86 – Prohibits the availability of funds for elimination of ROTC programs at institutions of higher education

Gaetz (R-FL) – Amendment No. 87 – Changes the votes required for conviction, sentencing, and other matters in general and special courts-martial

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 88 – Mandates a study of the feasibility and advisability of establishing a combined planning group or alternative mechanism with Taiwan

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 89 – Tasks DoD to assess vulnerabilities in its supply chain, identify and recommend changes to acquisition laws, regulations, and policies, and prioritize recommendations to achieve critical mineral supply chain independence

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 90 – Requires the annual China Military Power report to provide an assessment of the PRC’s development in critical and emerging technologies and identify at least 10 PRC entities that are operating in each technology with their known affiliation with the PLA

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 91 – Directs the Secretary of Defense to designate priority theaters of operation and priority combatant commands for each fiscal year no later than October 31st. Directs the President and the Secretary of State to give priority in procurement of defense articles and in foreign military sales to countries located in the theaters designated as priority

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 92 – Directs an assessment of the feasibility, effectiveness, and value of developing low-cost anti-ship weapons

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 93 – Bars DoD from contracting or procuring goods or services, directly or indirectly, from entities on the 1260H list and their subsidiaries

Garamendi (D-CA) – Amendment No. 94 – Allows the Maritime Administration’s (MARAD) Federal Ship Financing (Title XI) Program to also provide low-interest loans and loan guarantees for re-flagging commercial vessels under the U.S. registry and repairs, retrofits, and reconfigurations of civilian vessels in domestic shipyards. Current law only allows this federal financing for new vessel construction and commercial shipyard improvements

Garcia (D-TX) – Amendment No. 95 – Provides an evidentiary whistleblower standard provision for clarification in investigation procedures

Garcia (D-TX) – Amendment No. 96 – Expands bereavement leave to the death of a parent, spouse, or child to include language of non-biological relatives (e.g., adopted, or foster children)

Gimenez (R-FL) – Amendment No. 97 – Requires a report from the President on Iran’s military assistance and cooperation with Bolivia, Brazil and Venezuela to be submitted to appropriate Congressional committees

Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA) – Amendment No. 98 – Expresses the sense that it is important for readiness that the military be able to fix its own equipment and directs the Secretary of Defense to submit the report required under EO 14036 related to DOD repairing its own equipment

Gonzales, Tony (R-TX) – Amendment No. 99 – Increases the Family Separation Allowance to $400 from $250. Requires the FSA be periodically reviewed in the Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation

González-Colón (R-PR) – Amendment No. 100 – Amends Section 204(c) of the Military Construction Authorization Act of 1974 by striking a sentence that hindered federal clean-up work in the Culebra nature reserve

Gooden (R-TX) – Amendment No. 101 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to annually report the total cost to procure technical data that would be used by the government in an effort to promote vendor competition and allow control over specific elements of sustainment

Gosar (R-AZ) – Amendment No. 102 – Authorizes employees at the Yuma Proving Grounds to use nonelectric vehicles in the performance of their duties

Gottheimer (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 103 – Increases the DoD SkillBridge Program by $5 million, funds will be specifically used for employers to train service members transitioning to civilian life for supply chain and transportation related employment

Gottheimer (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 104 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to report on the status of U.S.-Israel cooperation on efforts to counter threats by Iran in the form of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), including loitering munitions, otherwise known as “suicide” and “kamikaze” drones

Gottheimer (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 105 – Increases the National Defense Education Program by $5 million to strengthen and expand STEM education opportunities and workforce initiatives targeted at military students

Gottheimer (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 106 – Expresses support for joint U.S.-Israel cooperation in the space arena between NASA and the Israel Space Agency, as well as between the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Space Force, and and the Israeli Air Force in areas of research, development, test, and evaluation

Gottheimer (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 107 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to include in their annual report on Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China information on the PRC’s burgeoning relationship with the Islamic Republic of Iran

Gottheimer (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 108 – Directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Director of National Intelligence, to report to Congress ways it protects U.S. defense technology sold to foreign partners

Graves (R-LA) – Amendment No. 109 – Makes veterans of Operation End Sweep eligible for the Vietnam Service Medal

Graves (R-LA) – Amendment No. 110 – Extends the sunset of the no-cost contracts provision of the 2019 NDAA to December 31, 2032

Graves (R-LA) – Amendment No. 111 – Adds countering illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing as an authorization for which the Secretary may support foreign security capacity building

Green (R-TN) – Amendment No. 112 – Directs the Commander of Army Special Operations Command to establish an exchange program between Army special operations forces and the special operations forces of the Polish Army

Green (R-TN) – Amendment No. 113 – Mandates that the Department of Defense produce a report to Congress on the feasibility of furnishing the national guard of every state a cyber unit to ensure the state has the ability to quickly respond to cyber attacks

Green (R-TN) – Amendment No. 114 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to ensure that the Department maintains access to a top-tier subterranean training facility for the improvement of training for Special Operations Forces (SOF) units

Adopted by Voice


Grijalva (D-AZ) – Amendment No. 115 – Extends the protections necessary for the continued use by the Air Force of the Barry M. Goldwater Range in Arizona

Grothman (R-WI) – Amendment No. 116 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to ensure that, to the extent practicable, commercial positions in the Department of Defense are filled by civilian employees or contractors rather than a member of the Armed Forces

Guthrie (R-KY) – Amendment No. 117 – Directs the Secretary of the Army to report to Congress on the Army Human Resources Command 2030 Transformation Plan, including timelines, milestones, and resource needs

Hageman (R-WY) – Amendment No. 118 – Requires the DoD to report on the Ukraine Lend-Lease program’s impact on U.S. defense stockpiles and how all equipment will be recovered when the authority expires

Hageman (R-WY) – Amendment No. 119 – Enhances fentanyl threat reporting to include a review of U.S. laws and policies which may be facilitating fentanyl trafficking over the southern border

Hageman (R-WY) – Amendment No. 120 – Requires the Department of Defense to ensure authorized funds for energy resilience under the NATO DIANA initiative considers all energy sources that are capable of providing sufficient baseload power

Hayes (D-CT) – Amendment No. 121 – Requires the military departments to review all installation-level web information about suicide prevention and behavioral health and ensure that contact information is up to date, certifying this annually to Congress

Hill (R-AR) – Amendment No. 122 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report on threats Iran poses to United States and partner military bases

Houlahan (D-PA) – Amendment No. 123 – Prohibits export or sale of petroleum products from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China, North Korea, Russia, Iran or any country subject to sanctions imposed by the United States

Huffman (D-CA) – Amendment No. 124 – Requires the Secretary to publish the most recent list of chaplain endorsements submitted to the Armed Forces Chaplain Board and the list of known endorsements used by AFCB to verify submissions.

Huizenga (R-MI) – Amendment No. 125 – Requires a study by the Secretary of Defense on alternative vessel design for improved operations and shock impact mitigation on special operations personnel health and fatigue

Huizenga (R-MI) – Amendment No. 126 – Expresses the sense of Congress that NATO member states should commit to providing, at a minimum, 2 percent of its GDP to defense

Huizenga (R-MI) – Amendment No. 127 – Requires a report to Congress on military activities of the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China in the Arctic Region

Hunt (R-TX) – Amendment No. 128 – Recommends the Secretary of Defense continue to support and fully fund the existing Energy Functional Specialist Civil Affairs Officer Program and its academic partnership and assess opportunities to expand the program to other services and across the Combatant Commands

Issa (R-CA) – Amendment No. 129 – Upgrades the Navy Cross of CAPT E. Royce Williams (Ret.) to the Medal of Honor

Issa (R-CA) – Amendment No. 130 – Requires a report on the nuclear cooperation between Iran and Russia

Ivey (D-MD) – Amendment No. 131 – Enables the Defense Innovation Unit within the DoD to identify, support, and collaborate with multi-stakeholder research and innovation partnerships that have the potential to generate key technologies, products, or other solutions that address national defense or security needs

Ivey (D-MD) – Amendment No. 132 – Directs the Secretary of Defense, through the Defense-State Liaison Office, to consult with state authorities that administer professional licenses to increase awareness among state agencies, service members, and their spouses regarding portability of professional licenses when deployed to another state; and directs the GAO to study and report on the implementation and efficacy of portability rights

Jackson (R-TX) – Amendment No. 133 – Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture to submit to Congress a report on foreign-owned agricultural land located within 50 miles of a United States military installation

Jackson (R-TX) – Amendment No. 134 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to develop a comprehensive Pacific Islands security strategy

Jackson (R-TX) – Amendment No. 135 – Requires a report on college-level credits for military recruits

Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment 136 – Adds report to be submitted within 220 days following enactment on Capacity to Provide Disaster Survivors with Emergency Short Term Housing

Jacobs (D-CA) – Amendment No. 137 – Requires the Department of Defense to provide public and congressional notice when certain reports are withheld from public notice, and requires a report on the Department’s implementation of this requirement

James (R-MI) – Amendment No. 138 – Adds additional funding for advanced procurement of F-15EX Aircraft. These funds would support recapitalizing Air National Guard fighter aircraft with the priority given to A-10 squadrons without an identified replacement aircraft

James (R-MI) – Amendment No. 139 – Requires DOD and State to do a joint assessment on current and future constraints to our defense supply chain. Specifically the supply chain that goes towards weapons manufacturing for our military and FMS

Joyce (R-OH) – Amendment No. 140 – Expresses the sense of Congress that the United States is dangerously dependent upon foreign adversaries for the procurement of natural rubber

Kaptur (D-OH) – Amendment No. 141 – Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to create a new Last Member Standing Medal, to be awarded to members of the Armed Forces who served honorably and as a result of combat with a force hostile to the United States was the last surviving member of their unit, and for other purposes

Keating (D-MA) – Amendment No. 142 – Prohibits the Air Force from renewing the Chiller Class J&A until it develops a methodology to compare the cost differential between initial procurement costs of chillers and ancillary equipment with and without competition. Additionally, requires that the Air Force establish metrics to measure performance under the Chiller Class J&A and to collect data to demonstrate that limiting competition under the Chiller Class J&A is resulting in cost savings

Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) – Amendment No. 143 – Expresses a sense of Congress that building trust and familiarity between the United States and Taiwan is an important component of helping Taiwan improve its self-defense capabilities and that the Secretary of Defense should utilize existing authorities to strengthen working-level communication and coordination between the United States and Taiwan, including relating to conducting exercises; concepts of operation and tactics, techniques, and procedures; and other measures to help Taiwan meet its self-defense needs

Lamborn (R-CO) – Amendment No. 144 – Requires the Department of Defense to provide a strategy on the Precision Strike Missile production capacity for FY24-25 and increasing production capacity

Landsman (D-OH) – Amendment No. 145 – Requires the Department of Defense to submit confidential and non-confidential reports to Congress on private military companies (PMCs)

Landsman (D-OH) – Amendment No. 146 – Requires a study into the feasibility of providing child care to National Guardsmen while on inactive-duty training

Larsen (D-WA) – Amendment No. 147 – Authorizes the Secretary of the Air Force to transfer property rights to the county of Snohomish

Lee (R-FL) – Amendment No. 148 – Instructs the Secretary to consider the unintended consequences of Defense Health Agency’s recent decision to reduce the footprint of the 6th Medical Group at MacDill Air Force Base, as per the NDAA’s “right sizing” initiative (2017 NDAA section 703)

Lee (D-NV) – Amendment No. 149 – Requires the Secretary of the Air Force to conduct a behavioral health epidemiological consultation focusing on the unique social and occupational stressors affecting servicemembers and military families at Creech Air Force Base. The consultation will conclude in a report providing recommendations to improve readiness and overall well-being of those based at Creech

Lee (D-NV) – Amendment No. 150 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to carry out a study on the use of Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program funds for supporting investments in child care options around military bases

Lee (D-NV) – Amendment No. 151 – Requires the Secretary of the Air Force to report on the feasibility and potential impact of reinstating assignment incentive pay for Creech Air Force Base

Lee (D-NV) – Amendment No. 152 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to carry out a report on at-home child care programs and the feasibility study of streamlining licensing and certification requirements across the Department of Defense’s services and bases to better support child care availability and spouse employment

Lee (D-NV) – Amendment No. 153 – Require the Secretary of Defense to conduct a feasibility study into leveraging resources across states and the private sector to better advance the Department of Defense State Partnership Program

Loudermilk (R-GA) – Amendment No. 154 – Requires the Secretary of the Navy, in coordination with the Chief of the Navy Reserve, to submit a report to the House Armed Services Committee and the Senate Armed Services Committee on the status of Navy C-130 recapitalization and its impact on contested logistics and intra-theater airlift capacity

Luna (R-FL) – Amendment No. 155 – Requires that servicemembers receive a copy of their medical records no later than 12 days after the separation or retirement from military

Luttrell (R-TX) – Amendment No. 156 – Requires a report on the Army and Air Force programs to locally utilize small businesses

Lynch (D-MA) – Amendment No. 157 – Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Director of the Defense Health Agency, to develop and implement a centralized program to monitor and assist members of the Armed Forces at risk of suicide who have been recently discharged from health care, as recommended by the Suicide Prevention and Response Independent Review Committee

Magaziner (D-RI) – Amendment No. 158 – Requires the Secretary of the Navy to report to the congressional defense committees on the use and implementation of the Navy Shipbuilding Workforce Development Special Initiative. The amendment would also require the GAO to study and report to congressional defense committees on the current state of affordable housing availability in high-cost areas with defense-related operations and the effects of limited affordable housing on defense production and readiness

Magaziner (D-RI) – Amendment No. 159 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to sell or make available for rent sleepers and bassinets with advanced sleep technology through military exchanges

Magaziner (D-RI) – Amendment No. 160 – Requires TRICARE’s managed care support contractors to keep provider directories up to date

Malliotakis (R-NY) – Amendment No. 161 – Sense of Congress that the Secretary of Defense to create one Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for all the Boroughs of New York City. Currently, the Borough of Staten Island, which is part of New York City, is included in a BAH with New Jersey resulting in lower payments to active duty service members on Staten Island who are subjected to the costs of living in New York City

Manning (D-NC) – Amendment No. 162 – Adds a description of the threat posed by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to Europe to the Annual Report on Military Power of Iran

Massie (R-KY) – Amendment No. 163 – Report on the casualty and equipment losses for both sides involved in conflict in Ukraine

Mast (R-FL) – Amendment No. 164 – Requires report on U.S. Defense and Technological Industrial Base specifically related to air and missile defense in CENTCOM

McCaul (R-TX) – Amendment No. 165 – Expresses a sense of Congress on the implementation of the Advanced Capabilities Pillar of the Trilateral Security Partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States (text of bipartisan, House-passed H.R. 1093) and requires a report on efforts of the Department of State to implement the advanced capabilities pillar of the AUKUS partnership

McClain (R-MI) – Amendment No. 166 – Amends Sec. 705 to include Lactation Consultants in order to assist military spouses in need of lactation services

McClain (R-MI) – Amendment No. 167 – Requires a report from Sec. Defense on (1) specific weapon systems Ukraine needs to defend itself from Russia; (2) specific weapon systems Taiwan needs to defend itself from the PLA; (3) assessment of weapon supply chains

McClain (R-MI) – Amendment No. 168 – Requires a report from Sec. of Defense on efforts to expand the frequency of bilateral and multilateral exercises involving Israel and US’ Middle East regional partners

McCormick (R-GA) – Amendment No. 169 – Provides the flexible hiring authority given to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Defense (DoD) to the OIGs of the Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for matters related to oversight of aid to Ukraine

McGarvey (D-KY) – Amendment No. 170 – Modifies an existing pilot program at the Department of Defense on timeliness of SBIR awards to include the military departments

McGovern (D-MA) – Amendment No. 171 – Makes technical changes to the Wounded Warrior Service Dog Program to clarify congressional intent

Meeks (D-NY) – Amendment No. 172 – Adds immediately family members, including military spouses, to the Task Force of DOD on Mental Health report as pertains to access to telehealth services

Menendez (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 173 – Directs the Secretary of Defense to improve outreach to departing servicemembers on career training opportunities in the cybersecurity field, including online search functions

Adopted by Voice


Meng (D-NY) – Amendment No. 174 – Amends Section 1303 of the base text and inserts a “free, peaceful, and prosperous Indo-Pacific.”

Meng (D-NY) – Amendment No. 175 – Requires a report on the security relationship between the United States and the Hellenic Republic

Meng (D-NY) – Amendment No. 176 – Inserts the text of the ATRRS Act

Miller (R-IL) – Amendment No. 177 – Expresses a sense of Congress on the importance of pastoral care at Department of Defense medical facilities

Miller-Meeks (R-IA) – Amendment No. 178 – Requires a report on DOD’s electric waste containing critical minerals and rare earth elements and information detailing technologies from which these elements could be extracted from electric waste and returned to the U.S. supply chain

Mills (R-FL) – Amendment No. 179 – Requires a report from the Secretary of Defense to the congressional defense committees, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on expediting fighter aircraft sales to Israel

Molinaro (R-NY) – Amendment No. 180 – Directs the Secretary of the Army to submit a report on Block II of the Black Hawk helicopter program of the Army, including the requested funding for Black Hawk Block II for fiscal years 2025–2029 by year and appropriation, requirements for the program, and a program acquisition strategy

Molinaro (R-NY) – Amendment No. 181 – Ensures trained and licensed mental and behavioral health professionals conduct routine mental health check ups to ensure the safety and well-being of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Molinaro (R-NY) – Amendment No. 182 – Requires an updated report on the U.S. Biodefense Strategy, including an assessment on the current and potential biological threats against the United States

Molinaro (R-NY) – Amendment No. 183 – Requires a GAO study on the effectiveness of the Exceptional Family Member Program and how it currently supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Molinaro (R-NY) – Amendment No. 184 – Requires the Secretary to provide periodic reports to Congress on how the Department is ensuring full, adequate TRICARE coverage of Narcan (Naloxone) for servicemembers and their families

Molinaro (R-NY) – Amendment No. 185 – Requires the Secretary to report to Congress within 180 days following enactment on any discrepancies between in-home/nursing care between TRICARE and CHAMPVA

Moskowitz (D-FL) – Amendment No. 186 – Requires the Department of Defense to conduct a study on the impact of the cancer drug shortage on veterans and service members

Moulton (D-MA) – Amendment No. 187 – Directs SECDEF submit a report concurrent with the budget submission and submission of future years defense planning that provides a five-year projection of divestments the department plans to make for major weapon systems (as defined in law)

Moylan (R-GU) – Amendment No. 188 – Requires a DOD study of the feasibility of dredging Port of Guam to determine if this would be a positive externality for DOD operations on Guam

Moylan (R-GU) – Amendment No. 189 – Requires a study to determine if utility poles on Guam are sufficient for DOD readiness in the case of future natural disasters, and if it is feasible to move these poles to underground transmission. As well as to determine the same for water and wastewater infrastructure

Neguse (D-CO) – Amendment No. 190 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to take certain actions to establish a comprehensive training standard and certification program for military vehicle operations, aiming to address the persistent issue of inadequate training and reduce incidents, particularly vehicle rollovers, caused by operator inexperience and lack of training

Neguse (D-CO) – Amendment No. 191 – Requires the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, in coordination with the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, to establish a database to record training performed by members of the Armed Forces and make such information available to states and other employers to satisfy civilian licensing and certification requirements, and provide service members with a competency report before transitioning to civilian life

Neguse (D-CO) – Amendment No. 192 – Requires responsiveness testing of Defense Logistics Agency pharmaceutical contracts

Neguse (D-CO) – Amendment No. 193 – Requires the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness to conduct a study and report on military grace period reforms, focusing on the impact and stigma of unit tasking during the Transition Assistance Program on service members’ ability to transition to civilian life

Neguse (D-CO) – Amendment No. 194 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide housing accommodations for members of the Armed Forces and their dependents who are on military housing waitlists

Neguse (D-CO) – Amendment No. 195 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress evaluating beneficiary access to TRICARE network pharmacies under the TPharm5 contract and changes in beneficiary access versus the TPharm4 contract

Norman (R-SC) – Amendment No. 196 – Authorizes the President to award Major James Capers Jr. the Medal of Honor for acts of valor as a member of the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War, in which he was awarded the Silver Star

Norman (R-SC) – Amendment No. 197 – States that it is the sense of Congress that the Secretary of the Navy shall name a vessel of the United States Navy the ‘‘U.S.S. Major James Capers Jr.’’ in honor of Major James Capers, Jr., for the acts of valor he showed as a Member of the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War, in which he was awarded the Silver Star

Norman (R-SC) – Amendment No. 198 – Requires the cost of any project funded with financial support from the Department of Defense to disclose the cost to taxpayers

Obernolte (R-CA) – Amendment No. 199 – Allows a certain entity to access to the Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area for a particular time and a particular purpose. Waives applicability of the Secretary of the Navy’s instruction for this parcel

Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) – Amendment No. 200 – Requests a GAO report on the status of the Federal environmental cleanup and decontamination process in Vieques and Culebra, Puerto Rico

Ogles (R-TN) – Amendment No. 201 – Directs the Secretary of Defense to invite Taiwan to the 2024 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise

Panetta (D-CA) – Amendment No. 202 – Awards Thomas H. Griffin the Medal of Honor for acts of valor as a member of the Army during the Vietnam War

Panetta (D-CA) – Amendment No. 203 – Requires the Secretary to notify servicemembers via mail, email, or in person about the availability of the free MilTax program and other free DOD tax services within the first two months of the calendar year, and requires the Secretary to submit a report to Congress on program participation

Panetta (CA) – Amendment No. 204 – Improves training, equipping, and utilization of information operations for military planning and strategy. Categorizes information operations and designates information as a military domain

Panetta (D-CA) – Amendment No. 205 – Creates a Special Operations Forces Arctic Strategy to improve Arctic training and readiness. Streamlines Arctic terminology, standardizes self-validation pathways for Arctic proficiency, and includes Special Forces indigenous approach to domain awareness, among other objectives

Pappas (D-NH) – Amendment No. 206 – Requires the Defense Suicide Prevention Office to establish a procedure for assessing suicide risk at military installations

Pascrell (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 207 – Requires the Department of Defense to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of eliminating outpatient rehabilitation therapy maximums for active-duty service members who suffered a traumatic brain injury while exercising their official duties

Pascrell (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 208 – Requires the Department of Defense to conduct a study to analyze the feasibility of recognizing the approval of non-governmental accreditation bodies for transitional and residential brain injury treatment programs for active-duty service members that sustained a brain injury while completing their official duties

Peters (D-CA) – Amendment No. 209 – Requires the Secretary of the Navy to report to Congress on an annual basis each instance in the year preceding the report in which the Navy used a government dock for a ship repair and maintenance availability when sufficient capacity existed in private docks during the period in which such repairs were expected to be performed

Pettersen (D-CO) – Amendment No. 210 – Directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs to work with the Service Surgeon General and the Joint Staff Surgeon “to sustain medical support during arctic operations.”

Pettersen (D-CO) – Amendment No. 211 – Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretaries of the military departments, to publish a guide regarding how a survivor of a deceased member of the Armed Services may receive the personal effects of such member and file a claim with the Secretary of military department concerned if the survivor believes the effects were disposed of incorrectly

Pfluger (R-TX) – Amendment No. 212 – Requires DOD develop and implement policies to adapt Link-16 system management and certification to align with agile development practices

Pfluger (R-TX) – Amendment No. 213 – Requires DOD to expand Tier 1 training exercises

Pfluger (R-TX) – Amendment No. 214 – Requires DOD to report on incidents involving unmanned aerial systems and related training exercises

Pfluger (R-TX) – Amendment No. 215 – Requires DOD to expedite KC-46A deliveries to Israel and provide immediate training slots for Israeli pilots, maintainers, and air crew

Pfluger (R-TX) – Amendment No. 216 – Requires DOD to invest personnel into going into districts to increase awareness of what a future in military service provides to their future

Phillips (D-MN) – Amendment No. 217 – Implements GAO recommendations from report GAO-21-438 relating to military foster and adoptive families. These recommendations are intended to centralize information on supports available to military foster and adoptive families, revise the military benefit enrollment guidance for foster children, and promote awareness on military benefit enrollment for foster and pre-adoptive children

Pocan (D-WI) – Amendment No. 218 – Requires a report on DoD’s progress made and remaining challenges to achieving an unqualified audit opinion

Porter (D-CA) – Amendment No. 219 – Requires a study on the feasibility and effectiveness of routine neuroimaging modalities in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of brain injury among servicemembers due to blast pressure exposure during combat and training

Porter (D-CA) – Amendment No. 220 – Commissions a report on a military construction strategy for a sufficient number of child development centers as necessary to eliminate wait lists for members of the Armed Forces seeking childcare at child development centers

Posey (R-FL) – Amendment No. 221 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide priority for domestically sourced, fully traceable, bovine heparin approved by the Food and Drug Administration when available

Reschenthaler (R-PA) – Amendment No. 222 – Expresses a sense of Congress that the Army Artificial Intelligence Integration Center has proven effective at accelerating the employment of cutting edge capabilities. Encourages the Army to continue to scale up these efforts

Reschenthaler (R-PA) – Amendment No. 223 – Expresses a sense of Congress that encourages the Department of Defense, in collaboration with the Department of the Veterans Affairs, to monitor and ensure appropriate measures are available to reduce suicides among former members of the Guard and Reserve Components who were not activated for military service.

Reschenthaler (R-PA) – Amendment No. 224 – Prohibits availability of funds for DoD to close Austin’s Playrooms at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, and Naval Medical Center San Diego. (10 minutes)

Reschenthaler (R-PA) – Amendment No. 225 – Expresses a sense of Congress that explosion welding is a critical capability for ensuring the national security of the United States and its allies

Reschenthaler (R-PA) – Amendment No. 226 – Expresses a sense of Congress and report to congressional defense committees on development-stage research of lightweight advanced carbon materials such as coal-derived graphite and carbon foam

Reschenthaler (R-PA) – Amendment No. 227 – Expresses a sense of Congress that DOD should continue to support projects that onshore domestic extraction, processing, and manufacturing capabilities of the domestic supply chain of rare earth permanent magnets essential to defense and national security applications

Rodgers (R-WA) – Amendment No. 228 – Expresses a sense of Congress regarding military service by individuals with amputations

Rodgers (R-WA) – Amendment No. 229 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit to the congressional defense committees and the Comptroller General of the United States a certification in writing that the prepositioned stocks of the Department of Defense meet all readiness operational plans

Rodgers (R-WA) – Amendment No. 230 – Changes the way the Soldier’s Medal affects military retirement pay

Rose (R-TN) – Amendment No. 231 – Adds a sense of Congress that the MQ-9 Reaper should be utilized to the greatest extent possible in the area of operations of the United States Indo-Pacific Command

Rose (R-TN) – Amendment No. 232 – Prohibits the Department of Defense’s Office of Strategic Capital from investing or facilitating investments in Chinese-owned firms

Rose (R-TN) – Amendment No. 233 –  Adds that it is the sense of Congress that the Indo-Pacific is a joint theater of operations that requires joint coordination among all service branches in order to meet the challenges of the region

Roy (R-TX) – Amendment No. 234 – Establishes a Special Inspector General for Ukraine Assistance (SIGUA) office charged with overseeing all military and non-military U.S. assistance appropriated or otherwise made available for Ukraine. Directs the office to submit quarterly reports to Congress on obligations and expenditure of U.S funds and the provision of military equipment. Reports will also track the Ukrainian government’s compliance with anti-corruption measures, and comparisons of America’s contribution to the war effort versus those from our NATO allies. Requires the President’s nominee to serve as SIGUA to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate

Roy (R-TX) – Amendment No. 235 – Prohibits funds authorized to DoD or otherwise made available by this Act from being made available, directly or indirectly, to— the Government of Iran; any person owned or controlled by the Government of Iran

Adopted by Voice


Schrier (D-WA) – Amendment No. 236 – Requires the Department of Defense to list the DoD systems that interact with Veteran Affairs electronic health records, including downtime incidents and the steps to resolve these issues so that care is not disrupted

Scott, Austin (R-GA) – Amendment No. 237 – Prohibits DoD from purchasing batteries from China

Scott, Austin (R-GA) – Amendment No. 238 – Makes a technical correction to 10 USC 8634(e) regarding the participation of NATO Naval personnel in submarine safety programs

Scott, Austin (R-GA) – Amendment No. 239 – Makes technical correction to 10 USC 2165(b) by adding The College of International Security Affairs (CISA) as one of National Defense University’s five colleges

Sewell (D-AL) – Amendment No. 240 – Increases funding for Air Force Professional Development Education

Sewell (D-AL) – Amendment No. 241 – Increases funding for Department of Defense Software Factories

Sherrill (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 242 – Instructs the Department of Defense to conduct outreach to community colleges to support their entrance into the Skillbridge Program as Skillbridge program providers. The amendment also instructs the DoD to conduct outreach and provide technical assistance to community colleges to support the creation of Centers for Military and Veterans Education, which will provide dedicated resources to transitioning servicemembers and veterans to connect them with job training and in-demand careers

Slotkin (D-MI) – Amendment No. 243 – Requires the Department of Defense to post on a publicly available website timely and regularly updated information on the status of cleanup at sites for which the Secretary has obligated funding for environmental restoration activities

Smith (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 244 – Directs the Navy to convey 3.13 acres of land to the Town of Colts Neck

Smith (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 245 – Requires the GAO to conduct a comprehensive investigation to establish the facts regarding military experiments related to Lyme disease

Smith (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 246 – Requires the President to submit to Congress a report on the People’s Republic of China’s military engagement with, and operation of, key facilities in Cambodia, including Ream Naval Base and Dara Sakor Airport

Smith (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 247 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to produce a report on the feasibility of developing and deploying asymmetric naval assets in defense of Taiwan

Smith (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 248 – Requires the Secretary of the Navy to produce a report to Congress on the changes to Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training and provide information on deaths or serious injury to candidates

Smith (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 249 – Directs the Director of the Defense Health Agency to develop a mental health intake waiver to allow service members to quickly access civilian mental health services in a period of duress when DHA does not have the capacity to meet mental health service needs in a timely manner

Sorensen (D-IL) – Amendment No. 250 – Requires a report be provided by the Air Force on the cost of decommissioning TACP units throughout the country for the three fiscal years following enactment. (10 minutes)

Soto (D-FL) – Amendment No. 251 – Expands consideration for the Space National Guard’s operations to places where there is significant space launch activity

Spanberger (D-VA) – Amendment No. 252 – Includes Americans who went missing during their service with the Canadian Armed Forces prior to U.S. involvement in World War II in the definition of “missing person” for the purpose of ensuring these Americans are classified as such by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

Spartz (R-IN) – Amendment No. 253 – Requires DoD to provide a report to Congress reconciling all U.S. assistance to Ukraine, including normal and supplemental appropriations and drawdowns. The report would specifically detail the countries, entities, and individuals who received such assistance including all contracts awarded to third parties

Spartz (R-IN) – Amendment No. 254 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress on the implementation of innovative data analysis and information technology solutions in the DoD

Spartz (R-IN) – Amendment No. 255 – Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide a briefing to Congress addressing DoD’s plans to improve the financial management of the department

Steel (R-CA) – Amendment No. 256 – Requires a report on Chinese influence in commercial sea lines of communication and threats posed to strategic maritime routes in African Atlantic ports

Steel (R-CA) – Amendment No. 257 – Requires a study on the defense needs of Taiwan and the potential loan and lease of defense articles to the Government of Taiwan

Stefanik (R-NY) – Amendment No. 258 – Requires all military service academies to consider standardized test scores on their applications

Steil (R-WI) – Amendment No. 259 – Requires the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of State to jointly brief relevant committees of weapons the United States has committed to sending to Ukraine and to other regional allies who are providing weapons to Ukraine. (10 minutes)

Steube (R-FL) – Amendment No. 260 – Directs the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General to provide detailed oversight and report to Congress on the U.S. taxpayer-funded assistance to Ukraine no later than 180 days

Stewart (R-UT) – Amendment No. 261 – Restores authority for the Department of the Army to plan for military construction projects for the Chemical and Biological Defense Program at Dugway Proving Ground

Stewart (R-UT) – Amendment No. 262 – Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Director of National Intelligence, to provide a report on the feasibility of migrating Department of Defense and Intelligence Community classified networks into a modernized multilevel security system

Strong (R-AL) – Amendment No. 263 – Requires the Secretary of Defense submit to Congress a plan to use, transfer or donate excess border wall construction materials and execute said plan until the Department of Defense is no longer incurring costs to maintain, store, or protect said materials

Sykes (D-OH) – Amendment No. 264 – Directs the U.S. Department of Defense to produce a classified report on current and future military posture, logistics, maintenance, and sustainment requirements to bolster the United States’ “capacity to resist force” in the event of a Chinese attack and attempted invasion of Taiwan

Takano (D-CA) – Amendment No. 265 – Directs GAO to report on market consolidation within the defense industrial base and the economic and national security impacts of any resultant anti-competitive behavior

Takano (D-CA) – Amendment No. 266 – Directs GAO to report on the use of Other Transaction Authority (OTA) Contracts across the Department of Defense

Tenney (R-NY) – Amendment No. 267 – Requires a report on the threat of aerial drones and unmanned aircraft to United States national security and an assessment of the unmanned traffic management systems of every military base and installation (within and outside the United States) to determine whether the base or installation is adequately equipped to detect, disable, and disarm hostile or unidentified unmanned aerial systems

Tenney (R-NY) – Amendment No. 268 – Requires a report on CENTCOM capabilities and any capability gaps in carrying out CENTCOM’s responsibilities, as well as recommendations to address any capability gaps

Thanedar (D-MI) – Amendment No. 269 – Requires annual briefings on a DoD-issued a memo on Category Amendment practices and directs contracting officers to take a few actions to address procurement disparities. The request is that they provide a briefing with details on each of those actions

Thompson (R-PA) – Amendment No. 270 – Requires the Director of the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to submit a report to Congress that identifies the most significant obstacles the Agency faces in recovering and identifying the remains of members of the Armed Forces missing in action. The Director must also provide recommendations on how Congress or relevant agencies can assist in overcoming these obstacles

Tiffany (R-WI) – Amendment No. 271 – Prohibits the Department of Defense from creating, procuring, or displaying any map that depicts Taiwan or any offshore island under the administration of the Taiwan government as part of the territory of the People’s Republic of China

Timmons (R-SC) – Amendment No. 272 – Requires the development, testing, and certification phase of the Geosynthetics Reinforced Performance pavement test and authorizes $3.3 million in appropriations

Titus (D-NV) – Amendment No. 273 – Requires the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense to jointly submit a report to Congress on the stability of the Russian regime

Tlaib (D-MI) – Amendment No. 274 – Adds a list of specific locations/methods that promotional material for the 988 hotline should be posted/distributed at military instillations to a section requiring their distribution on all military bases

Torres (D-CA) – Amendment No. 275 – Establishes a feasibility study on the possibility of certain professional credentials, such as airplane mechanic certs, held by servicemembers becoming transferrable post-discharge in civilian life

Turner (R-OH) – Amendment No. 276 – Provides a Sense of Congress on the importance of maintaining in-patient military medical treatment facilities

Wagner (R-MO) – Amendment No. 277 – Directs the DOD Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Office to analyze DOD capabilities to combat child sexual abuse and exploitation and to provide recommendations for educational programs on how to identify and report child sexual abuse to the appropriate law enforcement agency

Walberg (D-MI) – Amendment No. 278 – Includes an assessment of the Army’s Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) model as part of the DOD’s reporting requirement on its Comprehensive Strategy on Force Resilience 

Waltz (R-FL) – Amendment No. 279 – Incorporates cyber supply chain risk management tools and methods in the Energy Performance Master Plan, prioritizing commercially available tools

Waltz (R-FL) – Amendment No. 280 – Requires that the certification of the Army’s Warfighter Machine Interface Program is consistent with Section 3453 requirements

Waltz (R-FL) – Amendment No. 281 – Requires a report on Harpoon missile delivery to Taiwan

Waltz (R-FL) – Amendment No. 282 – Requires a briefing on Joint Exercises with Taiwan

Waltz (R-FL) – Amendment No. 283 – Requires the Administrator of MARAD to provide a brief on the status of establishing and implementing a national maritime strategy

Wenstrup (R-OH) – Amendment No. 284 – Updates credentialing and privileging under the military health system to expand the recognition of board certification for physicians

Westerman (R-AR) – Amendment No. 285 – Authorizes the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation to assist the State of Arkansas in properly securing and preparing the property known as the Arkansas Career Training Institute (ACTI), or “Army/Navy Hospital,” for possible reversion back to the United States Government

Wild (D-PA) – Amendment No. 286 – Adds recommendations for improved awareness of 24/7 mental health services, including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, to the Department of Defense Mental Health Task Force report

Wild (D-PA) – Amendment No. 287 – Revises the Department of Defense report on expanding partnership opportunities with companies to provide job search assistance to veterans up to two years post-separation from the military, by increasing the support timeline from two to five years.

Wilson (R-SC) – Amendment No. 288 – Amends Sec. 1303 by inserting the line, “and with deeper coordination on nuclear deterrence as highlighted in the Washington Declaration adopted by the two leaders during President Yoon Suk Yeol’s state visit on April 26, 2023.’’

Wittman (R-VA) – Amendment No. 289 – Waives security clearance reinstatement review for certain covered persons within one year of Armed Services or Department of Defense separation and accelerates reviews for certain covered persons within two years of separation

Wittman (R-VA) – Amendment No. 290 – Authorizes the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, in coordination with the military department acquisition executives, to establish reserves of long-lead items and components required to accelerate munitions deliveries

Vote Requested
Y 399
N 31