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Amendments to H.R. 4350

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Washington, September 22, 2021 | comments
Amendments to H.R. 4350 - National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022
En Bloc amendments receive up to 30 minutes of debate
Stand alone amendments receive up to 10 minutes of debate


Perlmutter (D-CO) - Amendment No. 1 - Adds the bipartisan SAFE Banking Act which allows state-legal cannabis businesses to access the banking system and help improve public safety by reducing the amount of cash at these businesses
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Dean (D-PA) - Amendment No. 5 - Directs the holder of a private education loan to discharge the loan in the event of the borrower's death or total and permanent disability
  Y    219 N    204
 
Plaskett (D-VI) - Amendment No. 6 - Provides for U.S. Virgin Islands nonimmigrant visitor visa waivers (as currently provided for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands) for stays of up to 45 days in the U.S. Virgin Islands
  Y    235 N    190

Green, Al (D-TX) - Amendment No. 9 - Requires the Department of Veterans Affairs to distribute a payment of $25,000 to U.S. merchant marines who engaged in qualified service during World War II. To be eligible, an individual must apply for the benefit and must not have received benefits under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944. Sets forth what constitutes qualified service, including time frame of service and licensing requirements
Adopted Voice Y      N

Cicilline (D-RI) - Amendment No. 10 - Prohibits the enforcement of forced arbitration clauses in contracts covered by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Tlaib (D-MI) - Amendment No. 11 - Strengthens servicemember consumer protections with regards to medical debt collections and credit reporting, including prohibiting the collection of medical debt for the first two years and prohibiting debt arising from medically necessary procedures from ever appearing on servicemember credit reports
   222 N     203

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 15 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to provide DOD medical providers with mandatory training with respect to the potential health effects of PFAS; requires EPA to obtain analytical reference standards for PFAS for the development of protocols and methodologies and enforcement activities; clarifies the scope of the PFAS Data Reporting from the 2020 NDAA; amends Title III, Section 318 to: (1) clarify that DOD must comply with safe incineration of PFAS as enacted in section 330 of the NDAA for FY2020; (2) require the report on DOD progress to comply with EPA safe PFAS disposal guidelines to be submitted one year after enactment of the act and include report submission to the Committee on Armed Services of the Senate and House; (3) require the report to include actions DOD has taken to comply with section 330 of NDAA FY2020 and recommendations for the safe storage of PFAS; (4) and define the scope of prohibition to ensure PFAS materials sent to third parties for disposal are also covered on the provision; expresses the sense of Congress that the Air Force has contaminated real property with PFOS and PFOA chemicals and should use existing authority to acquire property and provide relocation assistance; requires a report detailing contamination sites and acquisition and relocation status; requires a national primary drinking water regulation for PFAS; and clarifies Congressional intent by requiring manufacturers to disclose all PFAS discharges over 100 lbs
   236   186
 
DeGette (D-CO) - Amendment No. 16 - Adds the text of Titles I - VI of the Protecting America's Wilderness and Public Lands Act
  Y   222 N   200
 
Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 17 - Adds the text of H.R. 577, the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act, and H.R. 1052, the Grand Canyon Protection Act to the bill
   224 N   204
 
Kim (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 18 - Requires that to the extent practicable, DoD shall give preference for military construction contracts to firms who certify that at least 51 percent of employees hired to perform the contract shall reside in the same State or within a 60-mile radius and requires all contractors and subcontractors for military construction (MilCon) projects be licensed in the state where the work is to be performed, and requires Congressional notification on major MilCon contracting/subcontracting awards
Adopted Voice Y     N
  
Sherman (D-CA) - Amendment No. 20 - Imposes sanctions to prohibit Americans from purchasing or selling newly issued Russian sovereign debt in primary and secondary markets, in response to Russian interference in the past three U.S. elections. Requires the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to complete a report on foreign interference for each future midterm and Presidential election and directs the President, after receiving this report, to determine whether to suspend or keep in place these sanctions
Adopted Voice Y      N

Schiff (D-CA) - Amendment No. 23 - Requires proceedings for military commissions to be publicly available on the internet
Adopted Voice    N
 
Schiff (D-CA) - Amendment No. 24 - Prohibits the use of evidence obtained by or with the assistance of a member of the Armed Forces in violation of the Posse Comitatus Act in a court or other legal proceeding
Adopted Voice Y      N

Smith En Bloc #1
Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 2 - Extends consumer credit protections to active duty armed and uniformed consumers to dispute adverse actions or inaction on their credit report that occurred while they were in a combat zone, aboard a U.S. vessel, or away from their usual duty stations

Torres, Norma (D-CA) - Amendment No. 3 - Categorizes public safety telecommunicators as a protective service occupation under the Standard Occupational Classification System

Waters (D-CA) - Amendment No. 4 - Authorizes a $200 million contribution to the IMF’s Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust (CCRT) that allows the IMF to provide immediate debt service relief to poor countries in the wake of catastrophic natural disasters and major, fast-spreading public health emergencies

Costa (D-CA) - Amendment No. 7 - Expands eligibility for burial in US national cemeteries for Hmong and Lao veterans from the Vietnam war to include individuals naturalized before 2000

Castro (D-TX) - Amendment No. 8 - Strengthens contract authority of the Department of Defense to improve minority representation in certain media projects and submit a report on the summary of the communities represented in such projects

Higgins, Brian (D-NY) - Amendment No. 12 - Increases authorized funding to the National Maritime Heritage Grants Program, as established under Sec. 38703, Title 54 USC

Casten (D-IL) - Amendment No. 13 - Requires that any new construction of DoD buildings larger than 5,000 square feet be designed to be net-zero by 2035 and includes a national security waiver, and separately directs a status report on progress towards meeting DoD's current energy security goal to produce or procure renewable energy not less than 25 percent by FY25

Larsen, Rick (D-WA) - Amendment No. 14 - Expands protections for marine mammals to include vessel speed mitigation measures, monitoring of underwater soundscapes, and grants to support research and development into marine mammal monitoring technologies

McCaul (TX) - Amendment No. 19 - Authorizes new mandatory sanctions on foreign entities and individuals responsible for the planning, construction, and operation of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. Repeals the national interest waiver for sanctions required by existing law related to the pipeline project

Cárdenas (D-CA) - Amendment No. 21 - Creates a report on Azerbaijan's activities in Nagorno Karabakh in 2020 to be submitted to the relevant congressional committees by the Secretary of Defense in consultation with the Secretary of State. Also expresses the Sense of Congress that the government of Azerbaijan should immediately return all Armenian prisoners of war and captured civilians. Urges the Administration to engage with Azerbaijani authorities, including through the OSCE Minsk Group, to make clear the importance of adhering to their obligations under the November 9 statement and international law to immediately release all prisoners of war and captured civilians

Cleaver (D-MO) - Amendment No. 22 - Establishes the Alcee L. Hastings Leadership Institute for Inclusive Transatlantic Engagement to honor and continue the important work of our colleague Rep. Hastings to increase diversity in international affairs and national security leadership and public service careers in the United States and Europe. Assists in addressing extremism, hate crimes, and other security challenges

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 27 - Adds requirement that the final report of the Commission on Afghanistan created by Section 1080 includes an assessment of the impact of civilian harm and human rights violations, including civilian casualties from airstrikes, arbitrary detention, extrajudicial killings, and the use of torture

Correa (D-CA) - Amendment No. 29 - Establishes an Afghan Refuge Special Envoy position

Torres, Norma (D-CA) - Amendment No. 31 - Establishes additional criteria for accountability mechanisms in the Northern Triangle, including visa restrictions and limitations on security assistance for corruption and obstructing democratic processes. Establishes a fellowship for rule of law and democracy defenders from the region to continue their work when under threat and collaborate with international organizations and U.S. government agencies to advance work that supports core U.S. policy goals

Langevin (D-RI) - Amendment No. 32 - Makes a technical correction to Section 1752 of the FY21 NDAA (6 U.S.C. 1500) that will allow the Office of the National Cyber Director to accept the services of non-reimbursed detailees from departments and agencies

Kahele (D-HI) - Amendment No. 33 - Rescinds twenty Medals of Honor awarded to the members of the United States army for killing hundreds of unarmed Lakota women, children and men on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, which later became known as the Wounded Knee Massacre

Houlahan (D-PA) - Amendment No. 37 - Creates a cybersecurity training pilot program at the Department of Veterans Affairs for veterans and members of the Armed Forces transitioning from service to civilian life. Creates a registered apprenticeship program at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) focused on cybersecurity and infrastructure security. Both programs are established in coordination with the Department of Defense

Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 43 - Requires the Treasury Department to conduct and submit to Congress a report on any risks to the U.S. financial stability and the global economy emanating from the People’s Republic of China, along with any recommendations to the U.S. representatives at the International Monetary Fund and the Financial Stability Board to strengthen international cooperation to monitor and mitigate such financial stability risks through the work of the International Monetary Fund and the Financial Stability Board

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 44 - Requires the Secretary of the Treasury to submit to Congress (1) a copy of licenses authorizing financial institutions to provide services benefitting a state sponsor of terrorism, and (2) a report on foreign financial institutions conducting significant transactions for persons sanctioned for international terrorism and human rights violations.

Adams (D-NC) - Amendment No. 45 - Clarifies that "nursing" is another status through which an individual may be subject to discrimination

Adams (ND-C) - Amendment No. 46 - Clarifies the definition of Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the context of defense research

Arrington (R-TX) - Amendment No. 47 - Requires the Secretary of the Air Force, or the Secretary’s designee, to provide to the congressional defense committees a briefing on the process for evaluating and granting military type certifications for aircraft

Arrington (R-TX) - Amendment No. 48 - Requires the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of State to submit a report that describes the financial benefits Russia will obtain through the Nordstream 2 Pipeline as well as an analysis of the security risks of a a completed pipeline to Ukraine, our European allies and partners, and the NATO alliance

Auchincloss (D-MA) - Amendment No. 49 - Directs the Treasury Secretary to determine if there are reasonable grounds to conclude that there is a primary money laundering concern in connection with Afghan illicit finance

Auchincloss (D-MA) - Amendment No. 50 - Gives the Afghanistan Commission, established in the NDAA base text, the authority to secure information and intelligence related to its investigations while protecting sources and methods

Baird (R-IN) - Amendment No. 51 - Designates $15 million in funding for the Hypersonics Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centers (HAMTC) under Section 1402, Advanced Technology Development Defense-wide Manufacturing Science and Technology Program, offset from Operations and Maintenance

Banks (R-IN) - Amendment No. 52 - Modifies the rules for appointees of the military academy Board of Visitors to mandate that the President must choose the replacement for Presidential appointees

Barr (R-KY) - Amendment No. 53 - Directs the Director of National Intelligence to submit to Congress a report on influence operations conducted by China to interfere in or undermine peace and stability of the Taiwan Strait and the Indo-Pacific Region and efforts by the U.S. to work with Taiwan to disrupt such operations

Barr (R-KY) - Amendment No. 54 - Directs the Defense Health Agency to carry out a pilot program to determine the prevalence of sleep apnea among members of the Armed Forces assigned to initial training

Barragán (D-CA) - Amendment No. 55 - Changes the name of The Battleship IOWA Museum, located in Los Angeles, California, and managed by the Pacific Battleship Center, to the ‘‘National Museum of the Surface Navy’’

Barragán (D-CA) - Amendment No. 56 - Requires the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security to provide notice to all noncitizen military recruits about their options for naturalization

Beatty (D-OH) - Amendment No. 57 - Directs an interagency study and report on the housing and service needs of survivors and those at risk of trafficking

Bera (D-CA) - Amendment No. 58 - Authorizes U.S. participation in the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)

Bera (D-CA) - Amendment No. 59 - Supports Taiwan’s investment in an asymmetric defense strategy by requiring a report with programmatic and policy options to support Taiwan’s defense budgeting and procurement process in a manner that facilitates sustained investment in capabilities aligned with Taiwan’s asymmetric defense strategy

Bera (D-CA) - Amendment No. 60 - Requires a joint report from the Department of State and Department of Defense on the utilization of the Synchronized Predeployment and Operational Tracker (SPOT) database to verify Afghan special immigrant visa applicant information

Biggs (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 61 - Expresses a sense of Congress about the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship

Bilirakis (R-FL) - Amendment No. 62 - Adds a Sense of Congress on the role of human rights in reducing violence in Nigeria

Blumenauer (D-OR) - Amendment No. 63 - Requires the Director for Cost Estimation and Program Evaluation to conduct a study on the unexpected cost increases for the W80-4 nuclear warhead life extension program

Blumenauer (D-OR) - Amendment No. 64 - Requires a Department of Defense report to Congress on activities and planned activities related to Superfund sites in which DoD is responsible for the pollution

Blunt Rochester (D-DE) - Amendment No. 65 - Sense of Congress honoring Dover Air Force Base, including the 436th and 512th Airlift Wings, and the Charles C. Carson Center for Mortuary Affairs

Bourdeaux (D-GA) - Amendment No. 66 - Requires a report from DOD on the implementation of GAO’s recommendations to improve the Procurement Technical Assistance Program, as set forth in GAO-21- 287

Boyle (D-PA) - Amendment No. 67 - Creates a new section to review agreements with nonDepartment entities with respect to prevention and mitigation of spills of Aqueous Film-Forming Foam

Brown (D-MD) - Amendment No. 68 - Provides a limited, targeted waiver of the FAR provision only as it applies to forgiven PPP loans received by engineering firms doing work on federally funded transportation projects

Brown (D-MD) - Amendment No. 69 - Requires a report from the Department of Defense on training provided to the acquisition workforce on commercial item determinations

Brown (D-MD) - Amendment No. 70 - Adds installation support services to intergovernmental service agreements in order to protect individuals with disabilities

Brown (D-MD) - Amendment No. 71 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit an annual report to congress on the demographic breakdown of security forces citations

Brownley (D-CA) - Amendment No. 72 - Requires DOD to implement GAO recommendations to address disparity in military uniform costs by gender and allows for a one-time retroactive payment from DOD to women service members affected by disparity in uniform costs over last 10 years. The revision makes the payment optional and makes clear that retired/separated members are not eligible, and our second revision was necessary to fix something with the caption at the request of Leg Counsel

Brownley (CA) - Amendment No. 73 - Requires Government Accountability Office to conduct a study of DOD's policy to discharge women based on pregnancy or parenthood between 1951-1976 based on Executive Order by President Truman. Requires study to include number of women impacted, identify the impact on their access to VA benefits and health care, and make recommendations on restoring access

Brownley (D-CA) - Amendment No. 74 - Establishes a federal grant program to help states create and implement a Seal of Biliteracy program that encourages and recognizes high school students who achieve proficiency in both English and at least one other language

Brownley (D-CA) - Amendment No. 75 - Revises the reporting requirement for the VA Advisory Committee on Women Veterans to make the report annual instead of every other year

Buchanan (R-FL) - Amendment No. 76 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to implement the recommendations included in the July 2021 GAO report on increasing the safety of military training drills and reducing fatalities within the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines

Buck (R-CO) - Amendment No. 77 - Amends section 1241 of subsection E of title XII to clarify that China’s atrocities in Xinjiang are genocide, to be consistent with previous designations made by the Executive branch

Budd (R-NC) - Amendment No. 78 - Prohibits any funding in the bill from being used to remove publicly available accountings of military assistance provided to Afghan security forces from the website of the Department of Defense or any other agency.

Burchett (R-TN) - Amendment No. 79 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide a briefing to the Armed Services Committees of the House and Senate on plans by DoD for fielding electronic autonomous shuttles on military installations for the purpose of transporting personnel and equipment

Bush, Cori (D-MO) - Amendment No. 80 - Studies nuclear contamination in Coldwater Creek and installs warning signage to reduce potential harm

Bustos (D-IL) - Amendment No. 81 - Amends Section 106 of Title 38 USC recognizing the service of the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps and allows applicable discharge from service by the DoD and provision of service medal and grave marker, while not providing other Veteran benefits or burial rights at Arlington National Cemetery

Bustos (D-IL) - Amendment No. 82 - Creates USD (R&E) 3-year Pilot Program in concert with Manufacturing Innovation Institutes (MII) to transfer digitally secured manufacturing technologies to defense industrial base contractors and provides reimbursement to MII's for associated transfer costs and requires annual briefing submission to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees

Bustos (D-IL) - Amendment No. 83 - Directs the USD(R&E) to create a disruptive manufacturing capabilities integration roadmap in consultation with DoD Manufacturing Innovation Institutes. Requires submission of roadmap briefing to HASC

Cammack, Kat (R-FL) - Amendment No. 84 - Requires the Secretary of Homeland Security and Secretary of Commerce to submit a report that includes an assessment of establishing a preclearance facility in Taiwan

Cammack, Kat (R-FL) - Amendment No. 85 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to conduct an anonymous survey to determine the effects that the COVID-19 vaccine mandate issued by the Secretary on August 24, 2021, has had on recruitment to and reenlistment in the Armed Forces

Carbajal (D-CA) - Amendment No. 86 - Requires the Chief of Space Operations to consider commercial launch when completing the requested range infrastructure report

Carson (D-IN) - Amendment No. 87 - Increases pancreatic cancer research funding at the Department of Defense's Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) by 5 million, to the already appropriated 15 million

Case (HI) - Amendment No. 88 - Modifies the DIA annual report on China's military and security developments to include an assessment of China's military expansion into the Pacific Islands Region. This assessment would include their strategic interests in the region, mil-to-mil engagements, financial assistance and other investments in the region

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 89 - Expresses the sense of Congress that the U.S. and Republic of Palau have a strong relationship and that Congress is receptive of Palau's request to the U.S. to establish a regular military presence in Palau for the purposes of Palau's defense. It also requires a report on the DoD's plans to review Palau's request and any planned military construction associated with the request

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 90 - Requires a report from the Secretaries of State and Defense on the activities and resources required to enhance security partnerships between the United States and Indo-Pacific countries

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 91 - Requires an annual report from the Secretary of Defense describing the progress being made by the DoD to renew military land leases and easements in the State of Hawaii that expire within the next 10 years

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 92 - Expresses the sense of Congress that the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage facility in Hawaii needs to be operated at the highest standard possible and its continued availability is a matter of national security. It also requires an inspection of the facility and its appurtenances to ensure its integrity

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 93 - Requires a report on long-term infrastructure needs to support the Marine Corps realignment in the IndoPacific area of responsibility

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 94 - Requires an update once every five years of the DoD's Hawaii Master Land Use Plan to synchronize each service's use of land. Expresses the sense of Congress that the partnership between Hawaii and the DoD is based on the principles of respect, maximum joint use of land, and synchronized communication between the state and DoD

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 95 - Requires the DoD to conduct an investigation into incidents of military aircraft being lazed by the general population in Hawaii and provide a report to Congress and requires the DoD find ways to mitigate future lazing incidence through data collection and tracking, a change of operating procedures, and providing laser eye protection against commercial off the shelf lasers. Revision includes the date for investigation

Case (D-HI) - Amendment No. 96 - Requires a report from the DoD to Congress on best practices for coordinating relations with state and local governmental entities in the State of Hawaii

Castro (D-TX) - Amendment No. 97 - Requires the Department of State to submit a report on efforts to counter firearms trafficking to Mexico and implement the recommendations of a Government Accountability Office report

Castro (D-TX) - Amendment No. 98 - Requires the Department of State's annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices to include information on the treatment of migrants

Chabot (R-OH) - Amendment No. 99 - Requires GAO to conduct a study of U.S. capabilities for, and competence in, conducting and responding to gray zone campaigns, both within agencies and across the interagency. The study shall include recommendations for changes to enhance U.S. ability to more effectively compete in the gray zone

Cheney (R-WY) - Amendment No. 100 - Limits the Availability Of Funds For the secretary of the Air Force for Prototype Program For Multiglobal Navigation Satellite System Receiver Development

Cheney (R-WY) - Amendment No. 101 - Directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of Energy and the Secretary of Commerce, to conduct an assessment of the effect on national security that would result from uranium ceasing to be designated as a critical mineral by the Secretary of the Interior under section 7002(c)20 of the Energy Act of 2020.

Chu (D-CA) - Amendment No. 102 - Extends and expands the Department of Defense's requirement to track and report on incidents of hazing and bullying in each service branch. Directs the Secretary to develop plans to improve hazing and bullying prevention and response during the next reporting year

Chu (D-CA) - Amendment No. 103 - Responds to the Department of Defense's August airstrike in Kabul that wrongfully killed as many as 10 civilians by expressing the Sense of Congress that the Department must ensure full accountability for this mistake, conduct a timely and transparent investigation into the events leading up to the strike, and provide compensation to the families of the victims

Cicilline (D-RI) - Amendment No. 104 - Establishes the Southern New England Regional Commission, which would assist in the development of defense manufacturing in Southern New England

Clark, Katherine (D-MA) - Amendment No. 106 - Expresses the sense of Congress that the United States honors the women who served in World War II and former Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers for her role in establishing the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and the Women's Army Corps

Clarke, Yvette (D-NY) - Amendment No. 107 - Authorizes the CyberSentry program within the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a critical Industrial Control System (ICS) cybersecurity program that allows CISA to enter into strategic, voluntary partnerships with priority ICS owners and operators to provide enhanced cyber threat monitoring and detection

Clarke, Yvette (D-NY) - Amendment No. 108 - Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to establish requirements and procedures for covered critical infrastructure owners and operators to report covered cybersecurity incidents to a new Cyber Incident Review Office, to be established within CISA

Cleaver (D-MO) - Amendment No. 109 - Directs the Secretary of Treasury to carry out a study on the Secretary's delegation of examination authority under the Bank Secrecy Act. (10 minutes)

Cohen (D-TN) - Amendment No. 110 - Establishes priorities of U.S. engagement at INTERPOL, identifies areas for improvement in the U.S. government’s response to INTERPOL abuse, and protects the U.S. judicial system from abusive INTERPOL notices. Creates a country-by-country tiered reporting requirement based on compliance with anti-corruption norms and commitments

Cohen (D-TN) - Amendment No. 111 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to attempt to recover any aircraft that were provided by the United States to the Afghan security forces that have been relocated to other countries

Comer (R-KY) - Amendment No. 112 - Requires the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) to investigate and report on the disposition of military equipment provided by the United States to Afghanistan, as well as whether Afghan government officials took United States taxpayer funds or equipment when fleeing the country

Connolly (D-VA) - Amendment No. 113 - Imposes temporary limits on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and requires various reports and actions related to the death of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Connolly (D-VA) - Amendment No. 114 - Directs the President to create the Global Health Security Agenda Interagency Review Council to implement the Global Health Security Agenda and to appoint a U.S. Coordinator for Global Health Security to coordinate and report on the interagency process for responding to global health security emergencies

Connolly (D-VA) - Amendment No. 115 - Requires a report related to human rights abusers, terrorists, and military coup participants who have received security cooperation training from the United States

Connolly (D-VA) - Amendment No. 116 - Provides a statutory framework for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) that will make the program more accountable and transparent and help ensure that agencies' processes of moving safely to the cloud are streamlined and efficient

Correa (D-CA) - Amendment No. 117 - Requires the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to submit an annual report on women veterans' access to gender specific services under arrangements entered into by the VA with non-VA medical providers for the provision of hospital care or medical services

Craig (D-MN) - Amendment No. 118 - Adds $30 Million to the Army Community Services account to provide family assistance, victim advocacy, financial counseling, employment readiness, and other similar support services at installations where 500 or more military members are assigned

Crawford (R-AR) - Amendment No. 119 - Directs Secretary of the Army to divest 20th CBRN command to Army Special Operations Command, establishing the 1st EOD Command

Crawford (R-AR) - Amendment No. 120 - Directs Secretary of the Army to designate an Assistant to provide oversight of the Army's EOD program

Crawford (D-AR) - Amendment No. 121 - Directs the Executive Agent to designate a joint program executive officer for the EOD Defense Program

Crist (D-FL) - Amendment No. 122 - Requires a report on aircraft turbine engine rotor inventory, maintenance, and repairs

Crow (D-CO) - Amendment No. 123 - Makes clear that those employed under cooperative agreements and grants are eligible for the Afghan SIV program

Crow (D-CO) - Amendment No. 124 - Authorizes the establishment of a memorial for service members of the Global War on Terrorism on the National Mall

Curtis (R-UT) - Amendment No. 125 - Updates the Annual Report on Human Rights Practices to report on the status of surveillance and use of advanced technology to impose arbitrary or unlawful interference with privacy, or unlawful or unnecessary restrictions on freedoms of expression, peaceful assembly, association, or other internationally recognized human rights

Davis, Rodney (R-IL) - Amendment No. 126 - Increases funding for 3D Printing of Infrastructure with an offset from the Integrated Personnel and Pay System - Army (IPPS-A)

Dean (D-PA) - Amendment No. 127 - Authorizes every notary to use remote online notarization (RON) and creates national standards and protections on its use

Dean (D-PA) - Amendment No. 128 - Directs the Secretary of the Treasury to designate a Coordinator for Human Trafficking Issues to coordinate activities, policies, and programs of the Department that relate to human trafficking and to participate in coordination across government agencies on these issues. Additionally, the amendment requires the Secretary of the Treasury to designate an office within the Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence that shall coordinate efforts to combat the illicit financing of human trafficking within 180 days of enactment

Delgado (D-NY) - Amendment No. 129 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to report to Congress within 180 days following enactment on any discrepancies between in-home/nursing care between TRICARE and CHAMPVA

DeSaulnier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 130 - Expresses the sense of Congress that the Port Chicago 50 should be exonerated of any charges brought against them in the aftermath of the deadliest home front explosion in World War II

Dunn (R-FL) - Amendment No. 131 - Increases the Development of Medical countermeasures Against Novel Entities (DOMANE) program to allow for the rapid screening of all FDA approved compounds and other human safe compound libraries to identify optimal drug candidates for repurposing as medical countermeasures for COVID19 and other novel and emerging biothreats

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 132 - Directs the DoD to reduce flood risk, damage, and disruption to military facilities and to improve with established floodplain management practice by requiring use of 500-year flood standard for mission critical facilities and consideration of projected changes in flooding over the expected service life of facilities

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 133 - Enhances military installation master plans by requiring them to address installation resilience, increases the frequency at which the plans must be developed, and ensures reporting on ongoing coordination with public or private entities

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 134 - Directs the DoD Climate Working group to design technical specifications for the assessment and mitigation of risk to supply chains from extreme weather and changes in environmental conditions

Estes (R-KS) - Amendment No. 135 - Requires the Secretary of Defense shall provide a briefing to the Committee on Armed Services on the evaluation of commercially available small unmanned aircraft systems with capabilities that align with the Department’s priorities

Evans (D-PA) - Amendment No. 136 - Provides additional flexibilities and streamlines the waiver
process required under 15 U.S.C. 637(a)(21)

Fitzgerald (R-WI) - Amendment No. 137 - Requires the Chief of the National Guard Bureau to submit an annual report to Congress on the number of sexual assault cases involving members of the Army and Air National Guard

Fortenberry (R-NE) - Amendment No. 138 - Adds a Sense of Congress that it is in the best interests of the region for Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan to immediately reach a just and equitable agreement regarding the filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Foster (D-IL) - Amendment No. 139 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to enter into an arrangement with JASON Defense Advisory Council to update the FY2010 NDAA study on discrimination capabilities of the ballistic missile defense system. Creates a report on the status of the JASON Defense Advisory Council contract by the Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment

Gallagher (R-WI) - Amendment No. 140 - Establishes a National Security Commission on Synthetic Biology

Gallagher (R-WI) - Amendment No. 141 - Prohibits federal operation or procurement of certain foreign-made unmanned aircraft systems
Adopted Voice Y      N

Bowman (NY) - Amendment No. 25 - Prohibits U.S. military presence in Syria without Congressional approval within one year of enactment
  Y    141 N    286
 
Mfume, Kweisi (D-MD) - Amendment No. 26 - Increases the governmentwide goals for small business participation in federal contracts and for certain small business concerns
  Y    219 N    202
 
Khanna (D-CA) - Amendment No. 28 - Terminates U.S. military logistical support, and the transfer of spare parts to Saudi warplanes conducting aerial strikes against the Houthis in Yemen and permanently ends intelligence sharing that enables offensive strikes and any U.S. effort to command, coordinate, participate in the movement of, or accompany Saudi or United Arab Emirates-led coalition forces in the war in Yemen
  Y    219 N    207
 
Meeks (D-NY) - Amendment No. 30 - Requires the suspension of U.S. sustainment and maintenance support to Saudi air force units responsible for airstrikes resulting in civilian casualties in Yemen with certain exemptions for territorial self-defense, counterterrorism operations, and defense of U.S. government facilities or personnel
  Y    223 N    204
 
Adams (D-NC) - Amendment No. 34 - Extends the private student loan protections until January 31, 2022
Not Offered Y N
 
Maloney, Carolyn (D-NY) - Amendment No. 35 - Replaces the congressional publication entitled United States Government Policy and Supporting Positions, commonly known as the Plum Book, with an online public directory and requires the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to publish the information contained in the Plum Book on a public website in a format that is easily searchable and that otherwise meets certain data standards
  Y    223 N    202
 
Johnson, Hank (D-GA) - Amendment No. 36 - Restricts the Department of Defense (DOD) from transferring certain surplus military property to federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies. Specifically, DOD may not transfer to such agencies specified property such as controlled firearms, ammunition, grenade launchers, explosives, certain vehicles or trucks, armored or weaponized drones, certain controlled aircraft, silencers, or long-range acoustic devices. DOD may waive this limitation and transfer certain vehicles or trucks if DOD determines that the transfer is necessary for disaster or rescue purposes or for another purpose where life and public safety are at risk
  Y   198 N    231
 
Garamendi (D-CA) - Amendment No. 38 - Prohibits funding for the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) program and W87-1
  Y    118 N    299
 
Schrader (D-OR) - Amendment No. 39 - Reduces Unfunded Priority Lists to only the six Service Branches of the United States Military and United States Special Operations Command
  Y    167 N    256
 
Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) [on behalf of Pocan (D-WI)] - Amendment No. 40 - Reduces overall authorization level by 10%. Excludes military personnel, DoD federal civilian workforce, and defense health program accounts from the 10% reduction
  Y     86 N    332
 
Jacobs (D-CA) [on behalf of Lee, Barbara (D-CA)] - Amendment No. 41 - Reduces amounts authorized for defense spending in FY22 to no more than the amount requested by the President
  Y    142 N    286
 
Langevin (D-RI) - Amendment No. 42 - Allows for admission of essential scientists and technical experts to promote and protect the national security innovation base
  Y    225 N    187
 
Bowman (D-NY) [on behalf of Clark, Katherine (D-MA)] - Amendment No. 105 - Adds the President, Vice President, and any Cabinet member to the current statutory prohibition on Members of Congress contracting with the federal government
  Y    234 N    183
 
Smith (D-WA) En Bloc #2
Garamendi (D-CA) - Amendment No. 142 - Directs DOD to implement its own recommendations on improving use of unmanned aircraft systems by the National Guard, from Congressionally directed review/report

Garamendi (D-CA) - Amendment No. 143 - Requires the DOD to include accounting of costs for wildfire response in the annual budget request to Congress, including military support for states and FEMA/federal land management agencies. Current law only requires DOD to account for climate adaptation and mitigation costs on U.S. military installations in the President’s annual budget request

Garamendi (D-CA) - Amendment No. 144 - Removes arbitrary cap on the number of excess military aircraft that DOD may transfer at no cost to DHS (FEMA) or the U.S. Forest Service for firefighting. Current law only allows DOD to transfer 7 excess military aircraft. Requires annual report to Congress by DOD on transfers of excess military aircraft authorized by prior NDAA’s

Garamendi (D-CA) - Amendment No. 145 - Requires DOD/OMB to review existing authorities for using Air Force and Air National Guard modular airborne fire-fighting systems and other military assets to fight wildfires. Then requires an update to the 2004 Congressionally directed report on any changes to the law needed to enhance those authorities

Garamendi (D-CA) - Amendment No. 146 - Increases funding for cold weather capabilities

Garbarino (R-NY) - Amendment No. 147 - Creates a 5-year term for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director and reaffirms that the position will be Presidentially appointed and Senate confirmed

Garbarino (R-NY) - Amendment No. 148 - Establishes a Department of Homeland Security grant program to facilitate closer U.S.-Israel cybersecurity cooperation

Garbarino (R-NY) - Amendment No. 149 - Establishes a cyber counseling certification program for Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) assisting small businesses with planning and implementing cybersecurity measures. Authorizes the SBA to reimburse SBDCs for employee certification costs up to $350,000 per fiscal year. SBDC’s are established nationwide with nearly 1,000 local centers; given their reach, they are well positioned to assist small businesses with their cybersecurity needs

Garbarino (R-NY) - Amendment No. 150 - Requires CISA to update its cyber incident response plan not less often then biennially, and requires CISA to consult with relevant Sector Risk Management Agencies and the National Cyber Director, to develop mechanisms to engage with stakeholders to educate them about Federal Government cybersecurity roles for cyber incident response

Garcia, Jesús (D-IL) - Amendment No. 151 - Prohibits funding to Brazil for the purpose of displacing indigenous or Quilombola communities

Garcia, Jesús (D-IL) - Amendment No. 152 - Requires the GAO to submit a report to Congress on humanitarian impacts of US sanctions

Garcia, Mike (R-CA) - Amendment No. 153 - Creates professional licensure reciprocity for military service members and their spouses who move to new jurisdictions as a result of Permanent Change of Station Orders provided they submit to certain requirements. Exempts individuals licensed under an interstate licensure compact from this reciprocity

Gibbs (R-OH) - Amendment No. 154 - Requires GAO to submit to Congress a report accounting for any equipment provided by the United States Coast Guard or the Army Corps of Engineers to any regime in Afghanistan

Gohmert (R-TX) - Amendment No. 155 - Creates a separate career track for military judges to prevent undue influence from swaying trial outcomes

Gomez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 156 - Expresses the Sense of Congress that KoreanAmerican and Korean veterans who fought alongside United States Armed Forces in the Vietnam war served with distinction and honor

Gomez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 157 - Expresses a Sense of Congress that the Department of Defense should select electric or zero-emission models when purchasing new, non-combat vehicles

Gonzales, Tony (R-TX) - Amendment No. 158 - Establishes the National Digital Reserve Corps, a program within GSA that would allow private sector tech talent to work for the federal government for 30 days per calendar year to take on short term digital, cybersecurity, and AI projects. Reservists would report to GSA, who would then detail them to executive agencies as needed

Gonzalez, Anthony (R-OH) - Amendment No. 159 - Requires federal agencies to issue a report that assesses the risk to U.S. national security posed by Russian and Chinese dominance in the global nuclear energy market and identifies opportunities for the U.S. to regain global leadership

Gonzalez, Anthony (R-OH) - Amendment No. 160 - Directs the Secretary of Commerce, in coordination with the Secretary of the Treasury, to establish within the Bureau of Economic Analysis of the Department of Commerce a China Economic Data Coordination Center to collect and synthesize official and unofficial Chinese economic data developments in China's financial markets and United States exposure to risks and vulnerabilities in China's financial system

Gonzalez, Anthony (R-OH) - Amendment No. 161 - Creates a pilot program within the Department of Defense's Transition Assistance Program (TAP) to provide mental health counseling to transitioning service members, and specifically with information regarding the mental health programs and benefits at their local VA facility

GonzálezColón, Jenniffer (R-PR) - Amendment No. 162 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to commission a National Academies of Sciences study that would investigate the connection between certain toxic exposures and health effects on the islands of Vieques

GonzálezColón, Jenniffer (R-PR) - Amendment No. 163 - Prohibits the use of FY22 NDAA funds for the purpose of retiring the LCM-8 platform from service in Puerto Rico. Includes a Congressional Finding that the LCM-8 is a mission critical Puerto Rico National Guard asset that provided essential materials such as food and water to the USVI, Vieques, and Culebra following Hurricane Maria

GonzálezColón, Jenniffer (R-PR) - Amendment No. 164 - Requires the Secretary of the Army to provide a Modular Small Arms Range in Puerto Rico. Currently, USAR must rely on PRNG training assets which cause significant scheduling difficulties and backlogs

Gosar (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 165 - Requires the Comptroller General of the United States to submit a report to Congress on the impact of mergers and acquisitions of defense industrial base contractors on the procurement processes of the Department of Defense

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 166 - Requires the Director of National Intelligence, in coordination with the Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense, to report to Congress on the use of online social media by U.S. State Departmentdesignated foreign terrorist organizations, and the threat posed to U.S. national security by online radicalization

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 167 - Requires the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness to prepare an annual report to Congress containing an analysis of the nationwide costs of living for members of the Department of Defense

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 168 - Requires public disclosure of lead testing results completed by the Department of Defense in “covered areas,” i.e., an area located immediately adjacent to and down gradient from a military installation, a formerly used defense site, or a facility where military activities are conducted by the National Guard of a State

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 169 - Directs the Defense Logistics Agency to conduct a study within one year of enactment of this law regarding the degree to which LESO/1033 equipment and materials for Law Enforcement use are equitably distributed between larger, well-resourced municipalities and units of government and smaller, less well-resourced municipalities and units of government; and to identify potential reforms to the LESO/1033 program to ensure that equipment and materials are distributed in a manner that provides adequate opportunity for participation by smaller, less well-resourced municipalities and units of government

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 170 - Requires GAO to carry out a study on the financing of domestic violent extremists and terrorists, including foreign terrorist-inspired domestic extremists

Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 171 - Authorizes the President and the Secretary of Defense, with the approval of the state or territorial governor (and subject to appropriations), the ability to offer support for large scale, complex, catastrophic disasters

Graves, Sam (R-MO) - Amendment No. 172 - Increases funding for Soldier Lethality for further development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities that will enable a next-generation command and control system for the warfighter

Graves, Sam (R-MO) - Amendment No. 173 - Ensures that general aviation (GA) pilots receive flight training in the aircraft they will be operating in the National Airspace System (NAS)

Green, Al (D-TX) - Amendment No. 174 - Requires the uniform residential loan application to include a military service question in a prominent location on the form

Green, Al (D-TX) - Amendment No. 175 - Requires public housing agencies to consider the housing needs of veterans when creating their annual plans and housing strategies, the latter in consultation with agencies that serve veterans. Similarly, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) must revise its regulations to require jurisdictions that receive funding from HUD to include information relating to veterans in their consolidated plans

Green, Mark (R-TN) - Amendment No. 176 - Mandates the Department of State maintain and report to Congress an accounting of the number of American Citizens evacuated from Hamid Karzai International Airport

Hagedorn (R-MN) - Amendment No. 177 - Permits financial literacy training on overseas military installations by financial services providers

Higgins, Clay (R-LA) - Amendment No. 178 - Adds a Sense of Congress that stresses the importance of Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System aircraft and reinforces Congress’ intent that the previous NDAA language be strictly adhered to before any are retired

Hill, French (R-AR) - Amendment No. 179 - Amends the Defense Production Act (DPA) to protect medical materials for Americans by bolstering our supply chain during times of crisis

Hill, French (R-AR) - Amendment No. 180 - Requires an interagency strategy to disrupt and dismantle narcotics production and trafficking and affiliated networks linked to the regime of Bashar alAssad in Syria

Himes (D-CT) - Amendment No. 181 - Instructs the Department of Defense to provide an analysis of the cost of implementing next generation cryptography across the DOD through a report on the resources necessary to fully fund the Information Systems Security Program (ISSP) in order to address cybersecurity requirements

Himes (D-CT) - Amendment No. 182 - Allows Treasury Department (via FinCEN) to use the special measures authority to designate jurisdictions, accounts, and others that are determined to be “Primary Money Laundering Concerns” due to illicit finance involvement such as the cross-border laundering the proceeds of ransomware attacks, business email compromise fraud, and other cyber-enabled financial crimes which are often conducted outside of the correspondent banks

Horsford (D-NV) - Amendment No. 183 - Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to conduct a pilot program to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of software, emerging technologies, and methodologies to track real-time emissions from installations and installation asset

Horsford (D-NV) - Amendment No. 184 - Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to carry out a pilot program to establish data libraries containing data sets relevant to the development of artificial intelligence software and technology and to allow private companies to access such data libraries for the purposes of developing artificial intelligence models and other technical software solutions

Horsford (D-NV) - Amendment No. 185 - Directs the Department of Defense to conduct a review of the implementation of its CUI program. The review would include an assessment of the DoD’s compliance with DoDI 5200.48 and recommended changes to current statutes, policy or regulations

Houlahan (D-PA) - Amendment No. 186 - Exempts certain contracts awarded to small business concerns from category management or successor strategies for contract consolidation

Houlahan (D-PA) - Amendment No. 187 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to develop and implement a plan to collect and analyze data on the use of enhanced transfer of technology developed at Department of Defense laboratories. Requires the Secretary of Defense submit a report to the congressional defense committees

Houlahan (D-PA) - Amendment No. 188 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit to the congressional defense committees a report on the recommendations made by the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence with respect to the Department of Defense to include a determination of whether the Secretary of Defense intends to implement each recommendation

Houlahan (D-PA) - Amendment No. 189 - Requires an annual report to Congress and OPM from the Chief Human Capital Officers Council describing the activities of the council and a description of barriers preventing agencies from hiring qualified applicants, including for digital talent positions, and recommendations for addressing those barriers

Huizenga (R-MI) - Amendment No. 190 - Requires the Secretary of the Air Force to submit a report to Congress detailing the plans and timeline for the recovery operations of the C-119 Gamble Chalk 1 crash site at Mt Silverthorne, Alaska

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 191 - Provides authorization for a $10 million increase in funding for increased collaboration with NIH to combat Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 192 - Provides authorization for a $2.5 million increase in funding to combat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 193 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to promulgate regulations to ensure that candidates granted admission to attend a military academy undergo screening for speech disorders and be provided the results of the screening test and a list of warfare unrestricted line (URL) Officer positions and occupation specialists that require successful performance on the speech test. Academy students shall have the option of undergoing speech therapy to reduce speech disorders or impediments

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 194 - Establishes a task force on the historical and current barriers to African American participation and equal treatment in the Armed Services

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 195 - Requires report on Maternal Mortality Rates for military members and their dependents

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 196 - Requires a report to be submitted to Congress within 240 days following enactment on the risks posed by debris in low earth orbit and to make recommendations on remediation of risks and outline plans to reduce the incident of space debris

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 197 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to report to Congress programs and procedures employed to ensure students studying abroad through Department of Defense National Security Education Programs are trained to recognize, resist, and report against recruitment efforts by agents of foreign governments

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 198 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to submit a report 180 days following enactment that explains the progress made over the history of the Department of Defense and its predecessor departments (Department of War) and experiences in integrating African Americans into the branches of the armed services and the civilian staffing of Pentagon offices and agencies, and the steps being taken to recognize the service of African Americans who have served in the Armed Forces with honor, heroism, and distinction

Jackson, Ronny (R-TX) - Amendment No. 199 - Expresses the Sense of Congress that Israel is a critical defense partner and highlights various things such as improving interoperability, opposing terrorism in the Middle East, and maintaining a strong relationship

Jacobs, Chris (R-NY) - Amendment No. 200 - Requires the Department of Defense and all service branches to commence defense innovation open topic activities similar to the “SBIR Open Topics” program operated by the Air Force’s AFWERX office

Jacobs, Sara (D-CA) - Amendment No. 201 - Requires a report from the Secretary of State on a conflict assessment in Haiti

Jacobs, Sara (D-CA) - Amendment No. 202 - Requires human rights vetting of potential recipients of U.S. support to combat terrorism under 10 U.S.C.

Jacobs, Sara (D-CA) - Amendment No. 203 - Requires a strategy to address the root causes of violent extremism and conflict in Mozambique

Jacobs, Sara (D-CA) - Amendment No. 204 - Requires congressional notifications and an annual reporting requirement related to oversight of the peacekeeping operations account

Jayapal (D-WA) - Amendment No. 205 - Directs federal agencies to initiate debarment proceedings for contractors with repeat and willful wage theft violations

Jayapal (D-WA) - Amendment No. 206 - Requires GAO to submit a report on cost analyses of options for reducing nuclear security programs and modifying force structures

Jayapal (D-WA) - Amendment No. 207 - Commissions a Defense Department report on estimated savings to come from full drawdown from Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria compared to the status quo ante and the estimated cost of redirecting U.S. personnel and materials to effectively engage in great power competition with Russia and China, including increased outlays in ships, aircraft, nuclear weapons, etc. sufficient to effectively curb and deter both countries militarily in their respective regions

Jones, Mondaire (D-NY) - Amendment No. 208 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit to Congress by September 30, 2022 a plan to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of the Department of Defense in line with science-based emissions targets and report to Congress annually thereafter on the progress made towards these emissions reduction targets

oyce, David (R-OH) - Amendment No. 209 - Directs the Secretary of Defense, along with the Secretary of State and Secretary of Homeland Security, to report to Congress within one year a plan to combat the Taliban’s illegal drug trade; a description of the risk to the United States of drugs emanating from such drug trade, including risks posed by the profits of such drugs; and a description of any actions taken to interdict and prevent such drugs from reaching the United States

Joyce, John (R-PA) - Amendment No. 210 - Directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Secretary of Homeland Security, to develop an annex (to the National Biodefense Strategy described under Section 104 of title 6, United States Code) for a national biodefense science and technology strategy and implementation plan, no later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this bill

Katko (R-NY) - Amendment No. 211 - Establishes a grant at HHS for the formation of Tick Identification Pilot Programs, which will require the ability to submit photo images of ticks and the images to be reviewed by qualified professionals for the likelihood of carrying a tick-borne disease

Katko (R-NY) - Amendment No. 212 - Revises HUD's Annual Fair Housing Report to specifically report sexual harassment complaints. Codifies the DOJ's Sexual Harassment in Housing Initiative

Katko (R-NY) - Amendment No. 213 - Provides for the Department of Labor to conduct a study on obstacles to employment facing certain Afghan SIVs and other eligible populations legally present in the United States

Keating (D-MA) - Amendment No. 214 - Requires a pilot program to assess the barriers to women's participation in the national security forces of six participating partner countries

Keller (R-PA) - Amendment No. 215 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to acquire domestically sourced alternatives to existing defense products, which currently rely on foreign sources alone. These are designed to streamline the design, development, and production of high efficiency power conversion technology and advanced AC-DC power converters that improve performance for the dismounted soldier

Keller (R-PA) - Amendment No. 216 - Directs the Secretary to report on efforts within the Department of Defense to reduce duplicative information technology contracts within 180 days

Kelly, Robin (D-IL) - Amendment No. 217 - Establishes a pilot program requiring a spouse specific Transition Assistance Program for a spouse of a member of the Armed Forces eligible for the Transition Assistance Program

Kelly, Robin (D-IL) - Amendment No. 218 - Requires the DoD provide a briefing to the civilian agencies responsible for certain aspects of U.S. civilian and commercial space activities and relevant Committees in Congress on the threats posed by nation states, in particular China’s activities in space on U.S. civilian and commercial space systems

Kelly, Trent (R-MS) - Amendment No. 219 - Revises the FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act to explicitly include SME and semiconductor materials

Kelly, Trent (R-MS) - Amendment No. 220 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to execute an investigation to determine if the procurement of optical transmission equipment or services is manufactured, produced, or distributed by an entity owned, controlled, or supported by the People's Republic of China

Kelly, Trent (R-MS) - Amendment No. 221 - Expands eligibility of Military Space Available Travel to Gold Star Family Members by updating Section 2641b(c) of Title 10, United States Code

Kelly, Trent (R-MS) - Amendment No. 222 - Revises the FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act Semiconductor Incentives Program to include SME and semiconductor materials

Kelly, Trent (R-MS) - Amendment No. 223 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a report to Congress on the use of funding made available pursuant to section 333 of title 10, United States Code, for counter-narcotics missions in Central Asia

Khanna (D-CA) - Amendment No. 224 - Authorizes continued support for ex gratia payments and requires DoD to develop and implement procedures to receive and respond to allegations of civilian harm within 180 days, and provide quarterly reports on DoD’s implementation of these procedures

Kilmer (D-WA) - Amendment No. 225 - Provides for Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) protected overtime pay for Navy employees working on Naval vessels Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS)

Kilmer (D-WA) - Amendment No. 226 - Calls for an independent study on the impacts to Navy shipyard workers by the December 2016 pause to the Accelerated Promotion Program (APP)

Kinzinger (R-IL) - Amendment No. 227 - Limits the availability of funds for retirement of RC– 26B manned ISR/IAA aircraft

Kirkpatrick (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 228 - Directs the Secretary of the Air Force to submit to Congress within 45 days a report on the status of the A-10 re-winging program and spend plan for appropriated funds

Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) - Amendment No. 229 - Authorizing HHS to receive donated vaccines

Lamb (D-PA) - Amendment No. 230 - Directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to establish a two-year pilot program to employ veterans for Departments of the Interior and Agriculture conservation and resource management projects

Lamb (D-PA) - Amendment No. 231 - Ensures veterans’ service-connected medical qualifications and expertise are utilized by the VA and civilian healthcare facilities to meet the challenges during public health emergencies

Lamborn (R-CO) - Amendment No. 232 - Requires a report from the Missile Defense Agency on the role of the positions of Director of MDA, Sea-based Weapons Systems, and Deputy Director of MDA with respect to their relationship to the combatant commands on missile defense requirements

Lamborn (R-CO) - Amendment No. 233 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report on mitigating space debris through the use of on-orbit servicing, assembly, and manufacturing capabilities

Langevin (D-RI) - Amendment No. 234 - Requires the Department of Homeland Security to designate four Critical Technology Security Centers to evaluate and test the security of technologies essential to national critical functions

Langevin (D-RI) - Amendment No. 235 - Elevates Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering from advisor to a voting member of the Joint Requirements Oversight Council

Langevin (D-RI) - Amendment No. 236 - Directs DOD to conduct a study on the best way to organize cyber roles around core functions

Larsen, Rick (D-WA) - Amendment No. 237 - Extends the authority for temporary personnel flexibilities for domestic defense industrial base facilities and major range and test facilities base civilian personnel

Lawrence (D-MI) - Amendment No. 238 - States that the Secretaries of the military departments shall share and implement best practices (including use of civilian industry best practices) regarding the use of retention and exit survey data to identify barriers and lessons learned to improve the retention of female members of the Armed Forces under the jurisdiction of such Secretaries

Lawrence (D-MI) - Amendment No. 239 - Requires the establishment of a DOULA pilot program at the Department of Veterans Affairs

Lee, Susie (D-NV) - Amendment No. 240 - Requires GAO to conduct an assessment of the quality and nutrition of food available at military installations for members of the Armed Forces

Lesko (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 242 - Requires a report on the feasibility of establishing an inter-agency United States-Taiwan working group for coordinating cooperation related to semiconductors, including the global supply chain integrity and security of semiconductors

Levin, Mike (D-CA) - Amendment No. 243 - Expands SCRA protections to a servicemember who receives military orders for a PCS, enters into a telecommunications contract, then receives a stop movement order from DoD in response to a local, national, or global emergency for a period of not less than 30 days which prevents them from using the contract

Levin, Mike (D-CA) - Amendment No. 244 - Adds and makes technical changes to DoD Transition Assistance Program (TAP) counseling pathway factors

Lieu (D-CA) - Amendment No. 245 - Establishes an Office of City and State Diplomacy at the State Department and requires the appointment of a senior official to head the office, outlines the duties of the office, authorizes members of the civil service and Foreign Service to be detailed to city halls and state capitols to support their international engagement efforts, and requires a report to Congress followed by annual briefings on the work of the office

Lieu (D-CA) - Amendment No. 246 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to establish a pilot program to determine the effectiveness of using scent detection working dogs to detect the early stages of diseases, including COVID-19, and upon detection, to alert the handler of the dog

Lieu (D-CA) - Amendment No. 247 - Extends an existing prohibition on in-flight refueling to non-United States aircraft that engage in hostilities in the ongoing civil war in Yemen for two years, or until a specific authorization has been enacted

Lofgren (D-CA) - Amendment No. 248 - Directs the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Director of National Intelligence, to submit a report on the capabilities of the Department of Defense to assist fighting wildfires through the use and analysis of satellite and other aerial survey technology

Luria (D-VA) - Amendment No. 249 - Expresses a sense of Congress that the Government of Iran’s decision to enrich uranium up to 60 percent purity is a further escalation and shortens the breakout time to produce enough highly enriched uranium to develop a nuclear weapon, and the Government of Iran should immediately abandon any pursuit of a nuclear weapon

Luria (D-VA) - Amendment No. 250 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to carry out a study of the challenges posed by the emergence of militia fleets in the South China Sea

Luria (D-VA) - Amendment No. 251 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to amend the Space Available Travel program for flights for members of the Armed Services traveling for purposes of attending funerals and memorial services

Lynch (D-MA) - Amendment No. 252 - Reauthorizes the independent and bipartisan Wartime Contracting Commission to conduct oversight of U.S. contracting and reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other areas of contingency operations

Lynch (D-MA) - Amendment No. 253 - Expands the mandate of the supervisory team created by the "Combating Illicit Finance Through Public-Private Partnerships Act” that is convened by Treasury to examine strategies to improve public-private partnerships to counter illicit finance, to include sanctions evasion and other illicit finance activities. Establishes within the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) a voluntary public-private information sharing partnership among law enforcement agencies, national security agencies, financial institutions, and OFAC to more effectively administer and enforce economic and trade sanctions against targeted persons
  Y    367 N     59

En Bloc #3
Lynch (D-MA) - Amendment No. 254 - Directs the President to reestablish the interagency Afghan Threat Finance Cell to identify and disrupt financial networks related to terrorism, narcotics trafficking, and corruption

Mace (R-SC) - Amendment No. 255 - Expresses the sense of Congress that there should be designated a Military Heart Health Awareness Day

Mace (R-SC) - Amendment No. 256 - Establishes a pilot program to improve military readiness through nutrition and wellness initiatives

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 257 - Imposes sanctions on foreign persons listed in the report of the Director of National Intelligence for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which is the language from HR 1464 that as passed by voice vote in the Foreign Affairs Committee during the 117th Congress

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 258 - Amends the Export Control Reform Act to right-size the Secretary of Commerce’s scope of authority to regulate exports by US persons to foreign military, security, and intelligence agencies

Malinowski (D-NJ)- Amendment No. 259 - Requires the Secretary of State to provide a report on state-sanctioned intimidation and harassment by the Egyptian government against Americans and their families

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 260 - Requires a report by the State Department on allegations of systematic extrajudicial killings and torture by Egyptian security forces and a determination of whether such acts constitute a consistent pattern of gross violations of internationally recognized human rights

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 261 - Requests the administration make a determination on whether genocide or crimes against humanity have occurred in the Tigray region of Ethiopia

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 262 - Requires the Department of State to report on war crimes and torture committed by US citizens in Libya

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 263 - Requires the President to review certain alleged arms embargo violators for sanction under Executive Order 13726 (81 Fed. Reg. 23559; relating to blocking property and suspending entry into the United States of persons contributing to the situation in Libya)


Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 264 - Prohibits federal agencies from encouraging the weakening of encryption or insertion of backdoors on commercially-available phones, computers, and devices

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 265 - Strengthens the annual reporting requirement on the Vulnerabilities Equities Process (interagency process to determine whether to disclose known cybervulnerabilities to the public and industry)

Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 266 - Requires an annual report to Congress by the State Department on foreign companies proliferating dangerous cyber-weapons and hack-for-hire capabilities to known human rights abusers and repressive governments

Malinowski (NJ) - Amendment No. 267 - Requires the President to submit to the appropriate congressional committees a determination of the 35 Russian officials and businessmen with respect to the imposition of sanctions

Malliotakis (R-NY) - Amendment No. 268 - Requires a report to Congress of all malign operations by Iran conducted on Unites States soil. Including: Iran-backed terrorist attacks, kidnapping, export violations, sanctions busting activities, cyber-attacks, and money laundering

Manning (D-NC) - Amendment No. 269 - Adds the Bab el-Mandeb Strait to the assessment of the security of global maritime chokepoints

Manning (D-NC) - Amendment No. 270 - Adds a requirement that the Secretary of Defense notify Congress of any attempt to threaten or abduct a citizen or U.S. resident by a country supporting international terrorism

Manning (D-NC) - Amendment No. 271 - Adds a Sense of Congress on the safety of women and girls in Afghanistan

Manning (D-NC) - Amendment No. 272 - Includes a consideration of the benefits in terms of cost and emissions savings of the increased use of electric vehicles at military installations for transport to Department of Defense education activity facilities

Manning (D-NC) - Amendment No. 273 - Requires the Secretary of Defense within 60 days to consult with the Secretary of State and appoint an official to assist with the State Department on the continued evacuations of Americans and Afghan partners from Afghanistan. (10 minutes)

McCarthy (R-CA) - Amendment No. 274 - Requires an infrastructure assessment and report to the committees of jurisdiction on the Air Force Research Laboratory, Aerospace Systems Directorate, Rocket Propulsion Division for fiscal years 2023 and 2025

McCaul (R-TX) - Amendment No. 275 - Provides statutory authority and guidance for the interagency "Trans-Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership Program" to partner with countries in the Sahel and Maghreb regions of Africa to counter terrorism and violent extremism. Requires prenotification to Congress of funding obligation, submission of comprehensive five-year plans, and regular monitoring and evaluation reports. This amendment is based on a bill that was passed by the House as H.R. 567 in the 117th Congress

McCaul (R-TX) - Amendment No. 276 - Makes factual findings and declares that the ongoing abuses against Uyghurs and other ethnic and religious minorities in the Xinjiang region of the People's Republic of China constitute genocide and crimes against humanity by the Chinese Communist Party. Condemns this genocide and calls upon the President to take actions to help end the genocide and hold perpetrators accountable. This amendment is based on a bill that was ordered favorably reported by the Foreign Affairs Committee as H. Res. 317 in the 117th Congress

McCaul (R-TX) - Amendment No. 277 - Requires the State Department to provide briefings and specified materials to U.S. delegations to international athletic competitions regarding human rights and security concerns in certain host countries (Communist countries, Tier 3 countries for human trafficking, or other countries that the Secretary of State determines present serious human rights or counterintelligence concerns). This amendment is based on a bill that was ordered favorably reported by the Foreign Affairs Committee as H.R. 1211 in the 117th Congress

McGovern (D-MA) - Amendment No. 278 - Modifies the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act (Subtitle F of title XXI of PL 114-328) to authorize sanctions for serious human rights abuse, any violation of internationally recognized human rights, or corruption; adds two new reports to Congress; and repeals the sunset


McHenry (R-NC) - Amendment No. 279 - Directs SEC and CFTC to establish a working group on digital assets

McKinley (R-WV) - Amendment No. 280 - Instructs the Department of Defense to prioritize domestically owned, U.S. produced sources of synthetic graphite prior to purchasing from other U.S. sources, members of the Industrial Base, or other allies

McKinley (R-WV) - Amendment No. 281 - Expresses the sense of Congress that having access to a secure and reliable supply of firm, baseload power produced in the United States, including power generated from coal, natural gas, oil, and nuclear sources, is critical to United States national security interests

McNerney (D-CA) - Amendment No. 282 - Incorporates safety and security into required elements of the strategy for autonomy integration in major weapons systems

McNerney (D-CA) - Amendment No. 283 - Adds language to include "designated fields of national and economic importance such as cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, and software engineering" as part of the U.S. Naval Community College's programs of academic instruction and professional and technical education

Meeks (D-NY) - Amendment No. 284 - Requires a report and clarification on U.S. – Syria political strategy and policy goals, including diplomatic, development/humanitarian, and security objectives

Meeks (D-NY) - Amendment No. 285 - Compels the Department of State and Department of Defense to develop and submit an interagency strategy on Somalia and report its findings related to security operations, security sector assistance, and other forms of foreign assistance provided to the Federal Government of Somalia to improve stability, governance, and economic development.

Meeks (D-NY) - Amendment No. 286 - Modifies the management and operations of the Department of State through various measures

Meeks (D-NY) - Amendment No. 287 - Requires congressional notification for certain rewards provided under the State Department rewards program

Meeks (D-NY) - Amendment No. 288 - Prohibits the use of US assessed contribution the UN for support of the G5 Sahel Joint Force

Meng (D-NY) - Amendment No. 289 - Adds the text of the Global Pandemic Prevention and Biosecurity Act, legislation that seeks to address the source of highly infectious diseases beginning in animal species, including by reducing the sale and trade of live and fresh wildlife for human consumption, and addressing food insecurity associated with a reliance on local game and wildlife

Meng (D-NY) - Amendment No. 290 - Requires that menstrual products are stocked in and made available free of charge in all restrooms in public buildings, including the Smithsonian Institution, the National Gallery of Art, and the U.S. Capitol

Meng (NY) - Amendment No. 291 - Requires that all medical professionals who provide direct care services to patients under the military health system receive a mandatory training on how to screen, intervene, and refer patients to treatment for eating disorders

Meng (D-NY) - Amendment No. 292 - Requires the Department of Veterans Affairs to conduct an awareness campaign regarding the types of fertility treatments, procedures, and services available to veterans experiencing issues with fertility, and requires the Department to submit a report to Congress on how the Secretary plans to better engage women veterans to ensure they are aware of the covered fertility services available

Miller (R-WV) - Amendment No. 293 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide Congress with a briefing on status of women and girls in Afghanistan

Miller (R-WV) - Amendment No. 294 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to establish a memorial dedicated to the 13 service members who lost their lives in the attack on the Hamid Karzai International Airport on August 26, 2021

Miller (R-WV) - Amendment No. 295 - Blocks any funding for military cooperation or intelligence sharing with the Taliban

Miller (WV) - Amendment No. 296 - Adds money and classified materials to the report of equipment and arms left behind in Afghanistan by the U.S. Military

MillerMeeks (R-IA) - Amendment No. 297 - Provides free annual America the Beautiful Passes to current military service members and also provides free lifetime America the Beautiful Passes to veterans and members of Gold Star Families so they can always access our National Parks and public lands at no cost

Moore (D-WI) - Amendment No. 298 - Authorizes the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, to provide assistance to states that have created dedicated green alerts or are considering creating such alerts to help locate missing active duty servicemembers or veterans, including to connect located individuals to any VA or DOD benefits they have earned through their military service

Moulton (D-MA) - Amendment No. 299 - Promotes mapping of mission-relevant terrain in cyberspace for Defense Critical Assets and Task Critical Assets

Moulton (D-MA) - Amendment No. 300 - Amends the Defense Resource Budgeting & Allocation Commission to include a diversity and inclusion statement for the commission membership

Napolitano (D-CA) - Amendment No. 301 - Increases funding for the National Guard Youth Challenge Program by $35,281,000 million, matching the program’s 2022 funding of $210 million 46 (CA) in the Department of Defense Appropriations Bill, 2022.

Napolitano (D-CA) - Amendment No. 302 - Supports the National Guard Youth Challenge Programs (NGYCP) by instructing the Department of Defense to issue non-state matched funding in limited circumstances of up to 10 percent of the funds appropriated for the NGYCP for fiscal year 2022. This would provide support for new program start-up costs, special projects, workforce development programs, and emergency unforeseen costs, all at the Secretary’s discretions

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 303 - Expands travel and transportation allowances for family members to attend the funeral and memorial services of members


Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 305 - Allows state and local governments to utilize Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation (OLDCC) funds for maintaining and improving military installation resilience, and expands the definition of military installation to include State-owned military facilities

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 306 - Expands the annual report submitted by the Department of Defense on vulnerabilities of the National Technology and Industrial Base to include the current and projected impacts of climate change and cyberattacks

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. Neguse - Expresses the Sense of Congress that the Department of Defense should take the most recent IPCC report into consideration for decisions about military bases and installations, and should consider adding the recommendations of the report into the Unified Facilities Criteria

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 308 - Requires the Department of Defense to amend the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) for military construction and planning to incorporate the latest consensus-based codes and standards for energy efficiency by September 1, 2022, and requires an annual report to Congress comparing the current UFC with the latest codes and standards

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 309 - Establishes a housing stipend for federal wildland firefighters, many of whom are veterans, hired at a location more than 50 miles from their primary residence with the allowance being determined by the Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture and be based on the cost of living in the area of deployment

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 310 - Establishes a mental health program for federal wildland firefighters, many of whom are veterans, including a mental health awareness campaign, peer to-peer support network, expansion of the Critical Incident Stress Management Program, mental health leave, and ensuring trauma-informed mental health professionals are readily available to provide services

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 311- Encourages the Department of Defense to contract with women-owned, minority-owned and small disadvantaged businesses in qualified military construction apprenticeship programs

Newman (D-IL) - Amendment No. 312 - Directs the Department of Defense to conduct a study on herbicide agent exposure, such as Agent Orange and Agent Purple in the Panama Canal Zone between January 1, 1958 – December 31, 1999, or the day in which a member of armed services departed from official duty in the Panama Canal Zone

Newman (D-IL) - Amendment No. 313 - Requires the involvement of accredited service officers from military and veteran service organizations in the Transition Assistance Program.

Newman (D-IL) - Amendment No. 314 - Amends the Small Business Act to clarify that the HUBZone Price Evaluation Preference applies to certain contracts

Norman (R-SC) - Amendment No. 315 - Directs the Department of Defense to submit a report to Congress showing they are in compliance with disclosure requirements for recipients of research and development funds as required by federal law

Norman (R-SC) - Amendment No. 316- Requests a report from the armed services on substance abuse by servicemembers and their dependents with 180 days of enactment

Norton (D-DC) - Amendment No. 317 - Corrects a longstanding drafting error and clarify that D.C. National Guard members who are federal civilian employees are entitled to leave without loss in pay or time from their civilian employment during their mobilization. The change would apply prospectively

OcasioCortez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 318 - Prohibits funds from being used to provide weapons or military aid or military training to Saudi Arabia’s Rapid Intervention Force (RIF), the unit responsible for the murder of U.S. journalist Jamal Khoshoggi

OcasioCortez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 319 - Prohibits funds from being used to conduct aerial fumigation in Colombia unless certain actions are taken by the Colombian Government

OcasioCortez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 320 - Requires the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of State, to submit to Congress a report on human rights in Colombia, including an assessment of the capabilities of the 48 military and paramilitary forces of Colombia; a description of the human rights climate in Colombia; an assessment of the Colombian military and paramilitary forces’ adherence to human rights; and more.

OcasioCortez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 321 - Requires the Secretary of State to make a yearly determination as to whether Colombia’s Mobile Anti-Disturbances Squadron committed gross violations of human rights, and prohibits funds and export licenses for certain items to that Squadron upon a positive determination.

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 322 - Requires reporting on recent security assistance programs to Mali, Guinea, and Chad

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 323 - Requires annual reporting to the Foreign Affairs and Armed Services Committees on U.S. strategy in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 324 - Requires State and USAID to report on human trafficking and slavery in Libya, and develop a strategy for addressing root causes and holding perpetrators accountable

Pallone (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 325 - Requires a report from the Secretary of Defense, in collaboration with the Secretary of State, addressing allegations that some units of foreign countries that have participated in security cooperation programs under section 333 of title 10, U.S.C. may have also committed gross violations of internationally recognized human rights before or while receiving U.S. security assistance. This report would also includes recommendations to improve human rights training and additional measures that can be adopted to prevent these types of violations

Panetta (D-CA) - Amendment No. 326 - Authorizes the Director of the Office of Personnel Management to conduct an annual survey of Federal employees to assess Executive agency performance, leadership, employee satisfaction, and organizational resilience

Panetta (D-CA) - Amendment No. 327 - Requires the Director of the Strategic Capabilities Office, in coordination with the Secretary of Energy, provide a report and briefing on Project Pele mobile nuclear microreactors

Pence (R-IN) - Amendment No. 328 - Extends by 2 years the sunset date for Sec. 1651 of the FY2019 NDAA (Public Law 115– 232; 32 U.S.C. 501 note) Pilot Program on Regional Cybersecurity Training Center for the Army National Guard.

Perry (R-PA) - Amendment No. 329 - Makes it the policy of the United States to reject any attempt by the People’s Republic of China to mandate that US vessels provide them with information about US vessels (ship name, call sign, location, type of cargo) in areas that China illegally includes as part of its maritime claims

Pfluger (R-TX) - Amendment No. 330 - Requires DNI, DHS, and DOD to conduct a threat assessment of terrorist threats to the United States posed by the prisoners released by the Taliban from the Pul-e-Charkhi Prison and Parwan Detention Facility in Afghanistan

Pfluger (R-TX) - Amendment No. 331 - Requires DOD and State to complete a report on ANDSF aircraft left in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, or other foreign countries

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 332 - Requires the Secretary of the Army to identify and establish a plan to clean up contaminated sites where the Department has previously participated in cleanup efforts, but due to contaminants not discovered until after transfer or newly identified contaminants, additional clean-up may be required. The report requires a detailed plan to conduct preliminary assessments/site inspections of these locations within five years

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 333 - Requires a Secretary of Defense report on how the US is working with other countries in CENTCOM area of responsibility to improve Israel’s coordination with other regional militaries and also requires the Secretary of State and USAID Administrator provide an analysis of the strategic initiatives taken to integrate the Abraham Accords into congressionally authorized and appropriated programs.

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 334 - Requires the Secretary of State to deliver an annual report on U.S. policy towards South Sudan, including the most recent approved interagency strategy developed to address political, security, and humanitarian issues prevalent in the country since it gained independence from Sudan in July 2011

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 335 - Requires the US Coordinator for the Arctic Region to assess, develop, and budget for plans, policies, and actions related to strengthening US diplomatic presence with Arctic countries, enhancing resilience capacities of Arctic countries, and assessing risks regarding environmental change and increased civilian and military activities by Arctic countries

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 336 - Requires the Secretary of the Air Force report on its justification for the C-130 total aircraft inventory 50 (MN), Craig (MN), Stauber (MN), Emmer (MN), Hagedorn (MN), Fischbach (MN) reduction, considering such recommendation is inconsistent with the 2018 and 2020 mobility capabilities requirements studies.

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 337 - Requires DOD to submit a report on the effects of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification on small businesses

Phillips (D-MN) - Amendment No. 338 - Requires the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of State and USAID Administrator, to report on countries for which the Department has a presence and are suitable for stabilization operations support provided under Section 1210A of FY20 NDAA to inform ongoing interagency discussions on stabilization efforts.

Phillips (D-MN) -Amendment No. 339 - Expands the recusal time frame from one to two years for DoD officers and employees when the financial interests of any organization they were involved in (including employee, officer, director, trustee, or general partner) as well as any former direct competitor or client organization are being considered

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 340 - Directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of Energy, to conduct a declassification review of documents related to U.S. weapons testing in the Marshall Islands during the Cold War

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 341 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to brief and deliver to Congress a report regarding Government Accountability Office recommendations to Combat Trafficking in Persons by Department of Defense contractors

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 342 - Extends the sunset date and makes modifications to the reporting requirement in Sec. 1205(f) of the FY15 NDAA (Pub. L. No. 113-291, § 1205(f))

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 343 - Directs the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture, and the Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, to submit a report to Congress on the risks posed to Department of Defense infrastructure and readiness posed by wildland fire

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 344 - Requires a quarterly summary of Department of Defense reports delivered to Congress in the previous quarter

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 345 - Requires an independent study of lessons learned during the war in Afghanistan for security cooperation

Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 346 - Limits funding for travel by the Secretary of Defense pending delivery of certain congressionally mandated reports and briefing on compliance with statutory reporting requirements


Porter (D-CA) - Amendment No. 347 - Requires a Department of Defense Inspector General audit of NATO policies and processes for sexual assault and sexual harassment involving U.S. personnel

Posey (R-FL) - Amendment No. 348 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to provide priority for domestically sourced, fully traceable, bovine heparin approved by the Food and Drug Administration when available

Pressley (D-MA) - Amendment No. 349 - Expresses the Sense of Congress that the President should make full use of his authority under the Defense Production Act to scale vaccine production and deployment globally, and protect Americans from the risk of emerging viral threats

Quigley (D-IL) - Amendment No. 350 - Establishes the foreign policy of the United States to work with state and non-state partners to shut down certain commercial wildlife markets, end the trade in terrestrial wildlife for human consumption, and build international coalitions to reduce the demand for wildlife as food, to prevent the emergence of future zoonotic pathogens. Authorizes USAID to undertake programs to reduce the risk of endemic and emerging infectious disease exposure and to help transition communities globally to safer, non-wildlife sources of protein.

Quigley (IL) - Amendment No. 351 - Expands the existing US Fish and Wildlife Service law enforcement attache program

Radewagen (R-AS) - Amendment No. 352 - Transfers final decision-making power of protested HUBZone small business status of a small business concern from the Associate Administrator of the Office of Government Contracting & Business Development to the SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals

Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 353 - Directs the National Academies to study the feasibility of providing enhanced research security services to further protect the United States research enterprise against foreign interference, theft, and Duyne (TX) espionage.

Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 354 - States that no funds authorized under this Act may be made available for any purpose to EcoHealth Alliance, Inc

Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 355 - Adds countries that are major producers of fentanyl and fentanyl-like substances to the Majors List and adds a new section on fentanyl to the annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report

Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 356 - Develops and implements an investment and sustainment plan to ensure the sourcing of cannon tubes for the purpose of mitigating risk to the Army and the industrial base

Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 357 - Includes Purple Heart award recipients on the DOD military valor website who receive the award after the enactment of this Act

Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 358 - Expresses a Sense of Congress that the additive manufacturing and machine learning initiative of the Army has the potential to accelerate the ability to deploy additive manufacturing capabilities in expeditionary settings and strengthen the United States defense industrial supply chain

Ross (D-NC) - Amendment No. 359 - Requires a report on the availability of menstrual hygiene products on military bases and accommodations related to menstrual hygiene available to members of the Armed Forces

Ross (D-NC) - Amendment No. 360 - Requires a report on potential TRICARE coverage of preconception and prenatal carrier screening tests for certain medical conditions

Ruiz (D-CA) - Amendment No. 361 - Requires GAO to conduct a study on the factors contributing to low numbers of Hispanic officers and enlisted members in leadership positions within the DOD and recommendations to increase Hispanic representation

Ruiz (D-CA) - Amendment No. 362 - Requires GAO to conduct a study on the factors contributing to low numbers of Hispanic students and in leadership positions within the military service academies and recommendations to increase Hispanic representation

Sablan (D-MP) - Amendment No. 363 - Adds the Northern Mariana Islands to the definition of "state" for the purposes of the Small Business Administration's microloan program

Salazar (R-FL) - Amendment No. 364 - Encourages the Navy to explore and solicit more artificial reefing opportunities for retired Navy ships

Salazar (R-FL) - Amendment No. 365 - Raises sole source contracting thresholds for certain small business concerns (8(a), HUBZone, servicedisabled veteran-owned, and women-owned) from current levels to $10,000,000 for manufacturing contracts and $8,000,000 for other types. Aligns solesource thresholds in Title 38 (VA) with Title 15 (Small Business)

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San Nicolas (D-GU) - Amendment No. 366 - Mandates the inclusion of Tribal and Territory officials in the “National Strategy for Combating Terrorist and Other Illicit Financing” and extends that report for an additional five years (or three reports). Adds Tribal and Territory officials to eligibility for the grants and activities of the High Intensity Financial Crime Areas (HIFCAs)

Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 367 - Requires a report from the Secretary of Defense to assess the capacity and efforts of NATO to counter misinformation and disinformation and offer recommendations be sent to HASC, HFAC, and US Members to NATO PA

Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 368 - Authorizes not more than $5,000,000 to the NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence to enhance capability, cooperation, and information sharing on strategic communications within NATO and requires briefings on the efforts of the Department of Defense to strengthen the role of the Center in fostering strategic communications and information operations within NATO.

Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 369 - Requires a briefing and a report be delivered to Members on HASC, HFAC, and NATO PA’s US delegation on how the Department of Defense is working with the NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence to improve NATO’s ability to counter and mitigate disinformation, and offer recommendations to improve strategic communications within NATO

Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 370 - Expresses the sense of Congress that the US should prioritize countering misinformation, increasing NATO's resources, building technological resilience, and supporting NATO and NATO PA

Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 371 - Requests a report from the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, in conjunction with the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, to be sent within one year to Congress reporting on the obstacles veterans experience related to receiving benefits under Federal housing programs, including obstacles relating to women veterans, LGBTQ+ veterans face, and multigenerational family types, and obstacles relating to eligibility requirements (including local Area Median Income limits, chronicity and disability requirements, and required documentation)

Sánchez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 372 - Requests a report from the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs in coordination with the Secretaries of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Labor submitted to Congress related to how often and what type of supportive services (such as career transition, mental health services, and services for elderly veterans) are being offered to and used by veterans, and requests additional data on any correlation between a lack of supportive services programs and the likelihood of veterans falling into housing insecurity. Requests that the Secretary of Veterans Affairs deidentify any medical information.

Schakowsky (D-IL) - Amendment No. 373 - Implements reporting requirements regarding private security contractor contracts to allow increased Congressional oversight of private security contractor DOD contracts

Schiff (D-CA) - Amendment No. 374 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to order the names of the 74 sailors who died in the USS Frank E. Evans disaster in 1969 be added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

Schiff (D-CA) - Amendment No. 375 - Establishes measures to protect the human rights of journalists. Expands the scope of required reports related to violations of the human rights of journalists, requires the President to impose certain property- and visa-blocking sanctions on persons responsible for gross violations of the human rights of journalists, and prohibits certain foreign assistance to a governmental entity of a country if an official acting under authority of the entity has committed a gross violation of human rights against a journalist

Schneider (D-IL) - Amendment No. 376 - Includes parental bereavement as eligible paid leave for federal employees

Schneider (D-IL) - Amendment No. 377 - Codifies into law the existing, successful Boots to Business program that provides entrepreneurial training for servicemembers transitioning to civilian life.

Schneider (D-IL) - Amendment No. 378 - Requires the creation of a U.S.-Israel OperationsTechnology Working Group


Schrader (D-OR) - Amendment No. 379 - Requests a Department of Defense report on the obligation and expenditure of funds that were authorized to be appropriated for Overseas Contingency Operations for Fiscal Year 2010 and Fiscal Year 2019

Schrader (D-OR) Amendment No. 380 - Directs the U.S. Army Veterinary Services to conduct an updated study on the potential introduction of foreign animal diseases and current prevention protocol and strategies to protect the health of military working dogs

Schrader (D-OR) - Amendment No. 381 - Establishes a national One Health Framework to coordinate federal activities around zoonotic disease prevention, preparation, and response, driven by DoD, HHS, USDA, CDC, EPA, and other related agencies and departments

Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 382 - Directs DOD, in coordination with the White House, FEMA, and HHS, to report on the current status of COVID-19 rapid test procurement through the Defense Production Act as required by the American Rescue Plan

Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 383 - Directs GAO to report on the effectiveness of current health screenings administered to servicemembers separating from the military to identify the risk of social isolation and other health concerns

Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 384 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to implement a GAO recommendation to establish strategies for sharing information on outreach approaches to raise awareness of employment resources among military spouses

Schweikert (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 385 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to Congress regarding recommendations on cyber hygiene practices. Additionally, requires DOD to assess each DOD component's cyber hygiene and requires a GAO assessment of that report

Scott, Austin (R-GA) - Amendment No. 386 - Expands the “Never Contract with the Enemy” program and the applicability of the statutory authorities initially authorized under Sections 841, 842, and 843 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2015 (Public Law 113-291). The changes will enable the Department to exercise the full intent of the legislation across all combatant commands (CCMDs), types of operations, the spectrum of vendor threats faced, and to integrate with the whole of Government in support of the National Defense Strategy (NDS), the National Military Strategy (NMS), and POTUS and SECDEF anticorruption objectives

Scott, Austin (R-GA) - Amendment No. 387 - Adds the services provided to Gold Star Families to the reporting requirements of the Quadrennial Quality of Life Review

Scott, Austin (R-GA) - Amendment No. 388 - Raises the caps on the funds made available by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to purchase items during any fiscal year from the Combatant Commander Initiative Fund

Scott, Bobby (D-VA) - Amendment No. 389 - Supports the deployment of stormwater management infrastructure on and around military installations to enhance installation resilience and conserve stormwater-stressed ecosystems. Applies only to future appropriations

Scott, David (D-GA) - Amendment No. 390 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to ensure that all contractors and subcontractors for military construction Cleaver (MO) (MilCon) projects have a plan to hire, retain, and increase African American and other nontraditional apprentice populations.

Sherman (D-CA) - Amendment No. 391 - Authorizes the Secretary of Defense, upon request of the Government of Iraq and in consultation and coordination with the Government of Iraq, to provide support for vetted forces in Iraq operating in the Nineveh Plains to successfully facilitate the return of religious minorities

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 392 - Implements a pilot program to optimize services available for transitioning service members, and provide valuable data for future transition efforts

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 393 - Directs the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to build on its existing work by codifying a National Cyber Exercise Program, in order to test U.S. response plans for major cyber incidents. Also codifies CISA’s work on model exercises that can be readily used by state/local governments and businesses to test the safety and security of their own critical infrastructure

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment no. 394 - Requires the Secretary of State, in coordination with other Departments and Agencies, to develop a strategy to safely process Afghans abroad with pending special immigrant visa applications and refugee referrals, and regular progress reports on the number of Afghan special immigrant visas and referrals, and their locations.

Smith, Adam (D-WA) - Amendment No. 395 - Honors the United States Armed Service Members who served in Afghanistan

Smith, Christopher (R-NJ) - Amendment No. 396 - Requires the GAO to conduct a study of the possible experimentation of ticks, insects, or vector-borne agents by the DOD between 1950 and 1977 for use as a bioweapon

Soto (D-FL) - Amendment No. 397 - Directs the Secretary of Defense to report to Congress within a year of implementing the plan developed in response to GAO recommendations on tracking, response, and training for civilian employees of the Department of Defense regarding sexual harassment and assault.

Soto (FL) - Amendment No. 398 - Adds related technologies like advanced storage capacity to the renewable or clean energy resources that can be considered to further data center energy efficiency and resiliency

Soto (FL) - Amendment No. 399 - Adds "distributed ledger technologies" to the definition of "digital talent" when specifying the responsibilities of the digital talent recruiting officer and the technologies they are trying to identify future talent and closing any skills gaps. Further encourages workforce pipeline and technical skills needed for potential distributed ledger technology within the Department in the future

Soto (D-FL) - Amendment No. 400 - Adds “blockchain and cryptographic technologies” to the list of technologies that are included in the Department's support for industry participation in global standards organizations

Soto (D-FL) - Amendment No. 401 - Adds blockchain technologies in the consideration of technologies to use to assist in the technology pilot program transmission absent uniform services and overseas votes that builds on successful state-based initiatives for overseas servicemember voting

Soto (D-FL) - Amendment No. 402 - Adds blockchain technologies to the technologies considered to help improve and development the Department's digital health strategy in order to improve digital health care strategy & data organization

Soto (D-FL) - Amendment No. 403 - Requires military service academies and senior reserve officer's training corps to report on their plans to increase the number of minority cadets and midshipmen.

Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 404 - Recognizes the service and sacrifice of Atomic Veterans by requiring the President to issue a proclamation every year calling on the people of the United States to observe Atomic Veterans Day

Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 405 - Requires a report on the national security implications of open radio access networks (Open RAN or O-RAN) technology, including descriptions of U.S. efforts to ensure we are leading in standards development and assessments of national security risks associated with certain dynamics in the O-RAN industry

Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 406 - Strengthens interagency coordination and response to suspected attacks presenting as anomalous health incidents, sometimes referred to as “Havana Syndrome,” including by requiring the administration to designate senior officials at the National Security Council and at relevant agencies to manage and coordinate the response and report to Congress on these efforts. Reiterates the severity of the incidents as well as the importance of prioritizing a robust, wholeof-government response to assist victims, investigate, and prevent future incidents

Speier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 407 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to implement a GAO recommendation to update acquisition rules to require contractors to represent that their employees comply with DoD’s post-employment lobbying restrictions

Speier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 408 - Extends the “cooling-off” period for senior executive branch officials who leave government service from 1 year to 2 years before former officials may lobby their previous agency

Speier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 409 - Requires the Department of Defense to submit a report and brief Congress on its plan to implement the Independent Review Commission on Sexual Assault in the Military’s recommendation to standardize and better integrate gender advisors and women, peace, and security principles across organizations within the Defense Department

Speier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 410 - Adds TRICARE coverage for preconception and prenatal carrier genetic screening tests. Adds reporting requirement for utilization of the newly covered tests.

Speier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 411 - Removes barriers to and improves the processing of applications and evacuation of Afghan refugees, especially prominent Afghan women and individuals working in support of democracy and human rights including women's rights

Stauber (R-MN) - Amendment No. 412 - Requires the status of a company be updated in the System for Award Management when a final decision is made pursuant to such concern's small business or socioeconomic (i.e. HUBZone, service-disabled veteran-owned, women-owned, 8(a)) status. Requires such companies notify contracting officers for which they have pending bids on contracts in which they lost such status

Stauber (R-MN) - Amendment No. 413 - Allows the Secretary of the Navy to solicit contracts from non-homeport shipyards for maintenance work should the shipyards meet the Navy's requirements for ship repair work

Stefanik (R-NY) - Amendment No. 414 - Establishes a Subcommittee on the Economic and Security Implications of Quantum Information Science through the National Science and Technology Council. (10 minutes)

Stefanik (R-NY) - Amendment No. 415 - Amends Sec. 1216 to clarify requirements related to quarterly briefings on the security environment in Afghanistan and U.S. military operations related to the security of, and threats emanating from, Afghanistan

Steil (R-WI) - Amendment No. 416 - Requires the Secretary of Defense in consultation with the Secretary of State to submit a report to the appropriate congressional committees on the short- and long-term threats posed by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq to Iraq and to United States persons and interests

Steil (R-WI) - Amendment No. 417 - Requires the Secretary of the Treasury to submit a report to Congress on the status of United States and United Nations sanctions imposed with respect to the Taliban. The report will include a description of any gaps in current sanctions authorities to block the Taliban’s sources of finance given the current situation in Afghanistan; recommendations for ways current sanctions can be enhanced; and a list of current waivers and licenses granted under Afghanistan sanctions, the reasons behind them, and how such waivers and licenses affect the Taliban’s financing

Steil (R-WI) - Amendment No. 418 - Requires the Secretary of the Treasury to regularly report to Congress any sanctions waivers provided to allow transactions between financial institutions and a state sponsor of terrorism or a sanctioned person

Stewart (R-UT) - Amendment No. 419 - Requires a briefing, not later than March 1, 2022, to the Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on current and future plans for the replacement of aging aerospace ground equipment

Takano (D-CA) - Amendment No. 420 - Ensures DOD OIG considers sexual orientation in any future Department-wide Racial Disparity Reviews

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 421 - Revises the report on Iran's military capabilities to include all instances of the supply, sale, or transfer of arms or related material, to or from Iran

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 422 - Requires a report on the United Nations arms embargo on Iran and its effectiveness in constraining Iran's ability to supply, sell, or transfer arms or related material while the arms embargo was in effect. Requires report to include the measures that the agencies are taking, in the absence of such a United Nations arms embargo on Iran, to constrain Iranian arms proliferation

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 423 - Requires a report on all IRGC-affiliated operatives serving in diplomatic and consular posts outside of Iran, and the ways in which the Departments of Defense and State are working with partner nations to inform them of the threat posed by IRGC-affiliated operatives

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 424 - Establishes a China Watcher Program within the Department of State, in coordination with the Department of Defense, to monitor and combat the People's Republic of China's malign influence across military, economic, and political sectors in foreign countries, and will monitor the PRC's military trends abroad and counters its advancements in foreign nations that pose a threat to US interests and the rules based order
Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 425 - Establishes a program for the Department of Air Force to develop a proof-of-concept quantum network testbed that may be accessed by prototype quantum computers

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 426 - Requires a report on the net worth of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad

Thompson, Bennie (D-MS) - Amendment No. 427 - Adds a new title with measures related to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), comprised of House-passed legislative provisions to strengthen and improve DHS headquarters, research and development, cybersecurity, and transportation security, among other matters

Thompson, Glenn (R-PA) - Amendment No. 428 - Requires the Secretary of the Navy to submit to Congress a report detailing the processing of Requests for Equitable Adjustment by the Department of the Navy, including progress in complying with the covered directive

Tiffany, Thomas (R-WI) - Amendment No. 429 - Enhances cooperation with Ukraine’s titanium sector as an alternative to China and Russia for the US Defense industrial base

Titus (D-NV) - Amendment No. 430 - Ordering a report by the State Department and USAID assessing the United States assistance to Turkmenistan, including the impact on public health outcomes related to COVID-19 in Turkmenistan

Titus (D-NV) - Amendment No. 431 - Requires a report by the Secretary of State on the activities of the Grey Wolves organization (AKA Bozkurtlar & Ülkü Ocaklari) undertaken against U.S. interests, allies, and international partners, including a review of the criteria met for designation as a foreign terrorist organization

Tlaib (D-MI) - Amendment No. 432 - Adds a requirement that individuals in charge of oversight of privatized military housing be evaluated on their performance addressing instances and concerns about housing discrimination

Tlaib (D-MI) - Amendment No. 433 - Clarifies that surveys on diversity, equity and inclusion and annual reports on sexual assaults and racial and ethnic demographics in the military justice system must address islamophobia

Tlaib (D-MI) - Amendment No. 434 - Directs the Secretary of State to submit a plan to Congress for vetting foreign security assistance participants for participation in groups that have a violent ideology


Torres, Norma (D-CA) - Amendment No. 436 - Adds the text of the Central American Women and Children Protection Act of 2021, which directs the State Department to enter into bilateral multi-year agreements, known as “Women and Children Protection Compacts,” with the governments of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, specifically to strengthen the countries’ criminal justice systems and civil protection courts, create safe communities and protect vulnerable families, ensure the safety of children in schools and promote early prevention and detection of gender-based violence and domestic abuse, and increase access to high quality health care

Torres, Ritchie (D-NY) - Amendment No. 437 - Directs DHS to modernize its information and communications technology or services (ICT(S)) acquisitions process by requiring the Under Secretary for Management to issue Department-wide guidance to require DHS contractors to submit software bills of materials (SBOM) that identify the origins of each component of the software furnished to DHS

Torres, Ritchie (D-NY) - Amendment No. 438 - Ensures that private sector, non-financial entities can participate in the Financial Crime Enforcement Network Exchange, and ensures that information use and confidentiality limitations apply to these entities

Torres, Ritchie (D-NY) - Amendment No. 439 - Requires the Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to review and assess programs administered by the Agency to improve Federal network security

Trahan (D-MA) - Amendment No. 440 - Requires the National Space Council to submit a report that includes an assessment of the risks space debris orbiting the Earth imposes on night sky luminance, collision risk, radio interference, astronomical data loss by satellite streaks, and other potential factors relevant to space exploration, research, and national security. Further, the report should consider the current and future impact low Earth orbit satellites may impose on space exploration, research, and national security

Trone (D-MD) - Amendment No. 441 - Prioritizes efforts of the Department of State to combat international trafficking in covered synthetic drugs and new psychoactive substances

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 442 - Requires the President to submit to Congress an assessment of China's compliance with Article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 443 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to certify the extent to which Afghan Security Forces' equipment in Uzbekistan has been transferred to a foreign nation and not been transferred to Taliban or Afghanistan and to report on the disposition of said equipment and the circumstances which led to such disposition

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 444 - Authorizes the Secretary of the Energy to release its reversionary interest in real property and a building formerly used by the National Nuclear Security Administration to the Community Improvement Corporation of Clark County, a non-profit entity created by the City of Springfield, Ohio

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 445 - Requires the Secretary of Defense to report annually on anomalies related to the sensors used in the international monitoring system of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 446 - Amends Section 1301 for the purpose of including "NATO specific infrastructure" in a Secretary of Defense reporting requirement on the status of U.S. military investment in Europe including the European Deterrence Initiative

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 447 - Express a Sense of Congress in support of the Aegis Ashore sites in Poland and Romania and their importance to the defenses of Poland, Romania, the United States, and NATO members

Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No. 448 - Makes technical corrections related to Section 1608, National Security Council Briefing on Potential Harmful Interference to Global Positioning System

Valadao (D-CA) - Amendment No. 449 - Requires a report within 180 days of all US humanitarian and developmental assistance programs in Nagorno Karabakh, including an analysis of the effectiveness of such programs and any plans for future assistance

Van Duyne - Amendment No. 450 - Requires the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Central Intelligence Agency to jointly report to Congress on vulnerabilities in supply chains that are critical to U.S. national security, economic security, or public health. The report shall also contain recommendations for addressing those vulnerabilities

Vargas (D-CA) - Amendment No. 451 - Expands certain authorities under the Defense Production Act of 1950 and directs the President and federal agencies to take specific actions to support the production of critical medical supplies during the COVID-19 (i.e., coronavirus disease 2019) emergency, including with respect to private-sector coordination, needs assessments, and overall strategies

Velázquez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 452 - Exempts certain thresholds from periodic adjustments for inflation


Wagner (R-MO) - Amendment No. 454 - Requires the Secretary of State to develop a strategy for engagement with Southeast Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

Walberg (R-MI) - Amendment No. 455 - Requires an evaluation of the capabilities of the Taliban post-withdrawal to monetize through the transfer of abandoned covered Unites States equipment, property, and classified material to adversaries of the United States

Walberg (R-MI) - Amendment No. 456 - Promotes United States leadership in standards-setting bodies that set standards for 5G networks and for future generations of wireless communications networks; encourages participation by companies and a wide variety of relevant stakeholders (not including any company or relevant stakeholder that the Assistant Secretary has determined to be not trusted) in such standards-setting bodies

Waltz (R-FL) - Amendment No. 457 - Prohibits DoD assistance to the government of Afghanistan if such government includes any individual belonging to a designated foreign terrorist organization

Waltz (R-FL) - Amendment No. 458 - Establishes a research security training requirement for Federal research grant personnel

Waltz (R-FL) - Amendment No. 459 - Prohibits malign talent recruitment program participants from receipt of research and development awards from Federal research agencies

Waters (D-CA) - Amendment No. 460 - Includes the Federal Officer Candidate and Training Schools in the collection of demographic information and improves a central source of military leader training in the service-wide diversity and inclusion efforts

Waters (D-CA) - Amendment No. 461 - Requires the collection of demographic information of students enrolled in the JROTC program and tasks that an assessment of JROTC program's diverse recruitment and retention efforts be conducted

Waters (D-CA) - Amendment No. 462 - States that it is the policy of the United States that it will not recognize the Burmese military junta as the official government of Burma for the purpose of the provision of assistance from the international financial institutions (IFIs). Directs the Secretary of Treasury to instruct the United States executive director at each IFI to notify the respective institution that the provision of any assistance to Burma through the State Administrative Council, or any successor entity controlled by the military, would be cause for a serious review of future U.S. participation in the institution. Includes limited waiver for humanitarian assistance channeled through an independent implementing agency responsible for procurement of goods and services and control of the flow of funds from the respective IFI

Wenstrup (R-OH) - Amendment No. 463 - Exempts from the Separation Health and Physical Examination (SHPE) requirement certain members of the Reserve Component and National Guard who are not fully separating from the military, but rather returning from Active Duty status to reserve or guard status. Nothing in this amendment prohibits a member of the Reserve Component or National Guard from requesting and receiving a physical examination, a mental health assessment if desired, filing a disability claim, or line of duty injury, or receiving treatment for any of the above

Wild (D-PA) - Amendment No. 464 - Requires an annual report on and congressional notification of U.S. efforts to counter malign foreign influence in Africa

Wild (D-PA) - Amendment No. 465 - Requires a report on human rights abuses related to arms exported by the top five global arms exporters, which includes both China and Russia. This study will aid in safeguarding U.S. service members, American citizens abroad and other civilians as well as report on the potential of exported arms being used by hostile anti-American non-state actors

Wild (D-PA) - Amendment No. 466 - Increases funding by $1 million dollars for the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies for civilian harm mitigation and increases funding by $1 million dollars for the Institute of Security Governance for civilian harm mitigation to ensure robust and effective efforts to reduce civilian casualties and harm

Williams (D-GA) - Amendment No. 467 - Tasks the Small Business Administration with maintaining a resource guide for small businesses operating as child care providers that includes guidance on topics such as operations, finances, and compliance with relevant laws

Williams (D-GA) - Amendment No. 468 - Reestablishes the National Equal Pay Enforcement Task Force, a federal interagency task force focused on improving compliance, public education, and enforcement of equal pay laws

Wilson, Joe (R-SC) - Amendment No. 469 - Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to make impact aid payments to local educational agencies who have higher concentrations of military children with severe disabilities

Wittman (R-VA) - Amendment No. 470 - Requires a report on current commercial satellite communication (COMSATCOM) initiatives, particularly new NGSO COMSATCOM technologies, the Navy has employed to increase SATCOM throughput to afloat platforms currently constrained by legacy capabilities

Young (R-AK) - Amendment No. 471 - Requires an Air Force strategy for the acquisition of combat rescue aircraft and equipment that aligns with the National Defense and Arctic strategies

Schneider (D-IL) - Amendment No. 472 - Codifies into law the existing, successful Boots to Business program that provides entrepreneurial training for service members transitioning to civilian life

Smith, Christopher (R-NJ) - Amendment No. 473 - Directs the Army Corps of Engineers to provide each Army Corps district with clarifying and uniform guidance that conforms with USDOL’s regulations and guidance with respect to proper implementation and enforcement of existing laws regarding worker classification by federal construction contractors and subcontractors

Lieu (D-CA) - Amendment No. 474 - Authorizes the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) to use any funds collected pursuant to easements, or other use-agreements at the West LA VA for the development of supportive housing and services on campus for homeless veterans

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 475 - Revises the language for the definition of plant based protein for clarity purposes

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 476 - Directs GAO to examine DOD and the military services’ policies on service members’ tattoos. The report shall discuss DOD and the military services’ policies on unauthorized tattoos, including the process and waivers used for recruiting or retaining service members who have unauthorized tattoos. The report should also describe what is known about the effect of unauthorized tattoos on recruitment, retention, reenlistment, and servicemembers’ careers

  Y    360 N     66
 

Leger Fernandez (D-NM) -
Amendment No. 241 - Provides an apology to individuals and their families in NM, UT, ID, and other states who were exposed to radiation from nuclear testing
  Y    240 N    185

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 304 - Expresses the Sense of the Congress that the US government should commit to the safe passage of humanitarian parolees, P-1 and P-2 visa recipients to the United States
Not Offered Y N

Torres, Norma (D-CA) -
Amendment No. 435 - Reinstates standard Congressional Notification procedures for the export of certain items to foreign countries
  Y    215 N    213
 
Velázquez (D-NY) -
Amendment No. 453 - Requires the collection of demographic information provided voluntarily by the inventor on each patent application submitted to the USPTO
Not Offered Y N
 
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