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Committee and for eliminating deficiencies identified by the Review Committee, including the annual funding requirements and completion dates established for each such option.
(4) An explanation of the recommendations made pursuant to subsection (c) of the Review Committee charter, together with a full discussion of the actions taken to implement such recommendations or otherwise taken on the recommendations.
(5) A discussion and assessment of the status of each Review Committee recommendation during the fiscal year preceding the fiscal year in which the report is submitted, including, par. ticularly, the status of recommendations made during such preceding fiscal year that were reflected in the budget submitted to Congress pursuant to section 1105(a) of title 31, United States Code, in the fiscal year of the report.
(6) Each specific Department of Energy program that the Secretary of Energy plans to develop to initial operating capability and each such program that the Secretary does not plan to develop to initial operating capability.
(7) For each technology program scheduled to reach initial operational capability, a recommendation from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff that represents the views of the commanders of the unified and specified commands regarding
the utility and requirement of the program. (c) FORMS OF REPORT.-Each such report shall be submitted in both unclassified and classified forms, including an annex to the classified report for special compartmented information programs, special access programs, and special activities programs. SEC. 1504. AMOUNTS FOR COUNTERPROLIFERATION ACTIVITIES.
(a) COUNTERPROLIFERATION ACTIVITIES.-Of the amount authorized to be appropriated in section 201(4), $16,500,000 shall be available for counterproliferation activities.
(b) LIMITATION.-(1) Of the funds made available pursuant to subsection (a), $4,000,000 may not be obligated until the Secretary of Defense submits to Congress a report on a proposed classified counterproliferation database system. The report shall provide
(A) an assessment of current major databases and software capabilities of entities in the intelligence community and of national weapons laboratories and laboratories of the Armed Forces against capabilities defined in the proposed project; and
(B) an assessment of the technical feasibility of the proposed system, program plan, strategy, milestones and future year
funding. (2) No funds may be obligated for the database system described in the report until the Secretary of Defense and the Director of Central Intelligence enter into a written agreement concerning the program to develop that database system that provides
(A) how funding for that program is to be divided between (i) the account of the National Foreign Intelligence Program, and (ii) Tactical Intelligence and Related Program accounts; and
(B) a plan for the sources of funds for, and the programmed amounts for, that program for fiscal years after fiscal year (c) EDUCATION IN SUPPORT OP COUNTERPROLIFERATION ACTIV7TIES. Of the amount authorized to be appropriated in section 301(5), not more than $2,000,000 shall be available for providing education to members of the Armed Forces in matters relating to counterproliferation.
(d) ADDITIONAL AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER AUTHORIZATIONS.-(1) In addition to the transfer authority provided in section 1001, upon determination by the Secretary of Defense that such action is necessary in the national interest, the Secretary may transfer amounts of authorizations made available to the Department of Defense in this division for fiscal year 1995 to counterproliferation programs, projects, and activities identified as areas for progress by the Counterproliferation Program Review Committee established by section 1605 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994 (Public Law 103–160), as amended by section 1502. Amounts of authorizations so transferred shall be merged with and be available for the same purposes as the authorization to which transferred.
(2) The total amount of authorizations that the Secretary may transfer under the authority of this subsection may not exceed $100,000,000.
(3) The authority provided by this subsection to transfer authorizations
(A) may only be used to provide authority for items that have a higher priority than the items from which authority is transferred; and
(B) may not be used to provide authority for an item that has been denied authorization by Congress. (4) A transfer made from one account to another under the authority of this subsection shall be deemed to increase the amount authorized for the account to which the amount is transferred by an amount equal to the amount transferred.
(5) The Secretary of Defense shall promptly notify Congress of transfers made under the authority of this subsection.
(e) USE OF FUNDS FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.-(1) Of the funds authorized to be appropriated by section 201(4) for counterproliferation technology projects
(A) up to $5,000,000 shall be available for a program to detect, locate, and disarm weapons of mass destruction that are hidden by a hostile state or terrorist or terrorist group in a confined area outside the United States; and
(B) up to $10,000,000 shall be available for the training program referred to in paragraph (3). (2) The Secretary of Defense shall make funds available for the program referred to in paragraph (1)(A) in a manner that, to the maximum extent practicable, ensures the effective use of existing resources of the national weapons laboratories.
(3)(A) The training program referred to in paragraph (1)(B) is a training program carried out jointly by the Secretary of Defense and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in order to expand and improve United States efforts to deter the possible proliferation and acquisition weapons of mass destruction by organized crime organizations in Eastern Europe, the Baltic countries, and states of the former Soviet Union.
(B) Of the funds available under paragraph (1)(B) for the program referred to in subparagraph (A), $9,000,000 may not be obligated or expended for that program until the Secretary of Defense and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation jointly submit to the congressional committees specified in subparagraph (C) a report that
(i) identifies the nature and extent of the threat posed to the United States by the possible proliferation and acquisition of weapons of mass destruction by organized crime organizations in Eastern Europe, the Baltic countries, and states of the former Soviet Union;
(ii) assesses the actions that the United States should undertake in order to assist law enforcement agencies of Eastern Europe, the Baltic countries, and states of the former Soviet Union in the efforts of such agencies to prevent and deter the theft of nuclear weapons material; and (iii) contains an estimate of
(I) the cost of undertaking such actions, including the costs of personnel, support equipment, and training;
(II) the time required to commence the carrying out of the program referred to in paragraph (1)(B); and
(III) the amount of funds, if any, that will be required in fiscal years after fiscal year 1995 in order to carry out
the program. (C) The congressional committees referred to in this subparagraph are the following:
(i) The Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on Appropriations, and the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives.
(ii) The Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on Appropriations, and the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate.
SEC. 1506. RESTRICTION RELATING TO SUBMISSION OF REPORT ON
PROLIFERATION OF FOREIGN MILITARY SATELLITES. None of the funds available to the Department of Defense may be expended for travel by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy until the Secretary of Defense submits to Congress the report required by section 1363 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993 (Public Law 102-484; 106 Stat. 2560). SEC. 1507. LIMITATION ON FUNDS FOR STUDIES PENDING RECEIPT OF
PREVIOUSLY REQUIRED REPORT. (a) LIMITATION.-Of the total amount specified in section 1505 for counterproliferation activities for fiscal year 1995, $1,000,000 shall be withheld from obligation until the report described in subsection (b) has been submitted to Congress.
(b) REPORT.-The report referred to in subsection (a) is the report required to be submitted to Congress not later than May 30, 1994, pursuant to section 1422 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994 (Public Law 103-160; 107 Stat. 1829).
SEC. 1508. SENSE OF CONGRESS CONCERNING INDEFINITE EXTEN
SION OF NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY. (a) FINDINGS.-Congress makes the following findings:
(1) The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, signed at Washington, D.C., London, and Moscow on July 1, 1968, is the centerpiece of global efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.
(2) The United States has demonstrated longstanding support for that treaty and related efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.
(3) President Clinton has declared that preventing the spread of nuclear weapons is one of the highest priorities of his Administration.
(4) In April 1995, the parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons will convene a conference in New York City to discuss the indefinite extension of the treaty.
(5) The policy of the President is to seek at that conference the indefinite and unconditional extension of that treaty. (b) SENSE OF CONGRESS.-It is the sense of Congress that
(1) the President has the full support of Congress in seeking the indefinite and unconditional extension of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons;
(2) the President, when formulating and implementing other elements of nonproliferation policy of the United States (including United States counterproliferation doctrine, the Nuclear Posture Review, and nuclear testing policy), should take into account the objectives of the United States at the 1995 conference of the parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons; and
(3) the President and the President's senior national security advisers should dedicate themselves to ensuring the indefinite and unconditional extension of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons at the 1995 conference for that
treaty. SEC. 1809. NEGOTIATION OF LIMITATIONS ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS
TESTING. (a) FINDINGS.-Congress makes the following findings:
(1) On January 25, 1994, the United States and 37 other nations began negotiations for a comprehensive treaty to ban permanently all nuclear weapons testing.
(2) On March 14, 1994, the President extended the current United States moratorium on nuclear weapons testing through September 1995.
(3) The United States is seeking to extend indefinitely the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons at the conference of the parties to the Treaty to be held in New York City in April 1995.
(4) Conclusion of a comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty could contribute toward successful negotiations to extend the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
(5) Agreements to eliminate nuclear weapons testing and to control the spread of nuclear weapons could contribute to the national security of the United States, its allies, and other nations around the world.
(b) STATEMENT OF CONGRESSIONAL POLICY.—In view of the findings set forth in subsection (a), Congress
(1) applauds the President for maintaining the United States moratorium on nuclear weapons testing and for taking a leadership role toward negotiation of a comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty;
(2) encourages all nuclear powers to refrain from conducting nuclear explosions, before the conclusion of a comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty; and
(3) urges the Conference on Disarmament to make all possible progress toward a comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty by the end of 1994.