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Smallpox Vaccine Injury Law Project

Sense of the Congress on Smallpox Vaccination

108th CONGRESS

1st Session

S. 6

To enhance homeland security and for other purposes.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

January 7, 2003

Mr. DASCHLE (for himself, Mr. KENNEDY, Mr. BIDEN, Mr. LEAHY, Mr. LEVIN, Mr. ROCKEFELLER, Mr. LIEBERMAN, Mr. AKAKA, Mrs. MURRAY, Mr. DURBIN, Mr. SCHUMER, Mrs. CLINTON, Mr. CORZINE, Ms. STABENOW, Mr. JEFFORDS, and Mr. REID) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary


A BILL

To enhance homeland security and for other purposes.

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

TITLE I--FIRST RESPONDER TERRORISM PREPAREDNESS

TITLE II--STAFFING FOR ADEQUATE FIRE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

TITLE III--SENSITIVE NUCLEAR FACILITIES

TITLE IV--RAIL SECURITY ACT

TITLE V--WATER INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT

TITLE VI--ENHANCING BORDER SECURITY

Subtitle A--Immigration and Naturalization Service

Subtitle B--United States Customs Service

Subtitle C--Bureau of Border Security

TITLE VII--PUBLIC HEALTH SECURITY AND BIOTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS

TITLE VIII--INFORMATION SECURITY

Subtitle A--Information Technology Fund to Enhance Homeland Defense, Information Security, and Defenses Against Other Threats

Subtitle B--Protection of Voluntarily Furnished Confidential Information

Subtitle C--Interoperability of Information Systems

TITLE IX--WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION

TITLE X--INTELLIGENCE

Subtitle A--Intelligence Community Leadership

Subtitle B--Other Matters

TITLE XI--CHEMICAL SECURITY

TITLE XII--HOME SECURITY FUNDING

TITLE XIII--SUPPORT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

TITLE I--FIRST RESPONDER TERRORISM PREPAREDNESS

SEC. 1001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 1002. PURPOSE.

SEC. 1003. DEFINITIONS.

agency with or without compensation as a law enforcement officer, as a firefighter, or as a member of a rescue squad or ambulance crew.

SEC. 1004. FIRST RESPONDERS PARTNERSHIP GRANT PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS.

SEC. 1005. APPLICATIONS.

SEC. 1006. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

TITLE II--STAFFING FOR ADEQUATE FIRE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

SEC. 2001. STAFFING FOR ADEQUATE FIRE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE.

`Subtitle E--Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response

`SEC. 351. SHORT TITLE.

`SEC. 352. PURPOSES.

`SEC. 353. DEFINITIONS.

`SEC. 354. AUTHORITY TO MAKE GRANTS.

`SEC. 355. APPLICATIONS.

`SEC. 356. USE OF FUNDS.

`SEC. 357. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.

`SEC. 358. MONITORING AND EVALUATIONS.

`SEC. 359. ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS.

`SEC. 360. REPORT TO CONGRESS.

`SEC. 361. REGULATIONS.

`SEC. 362. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

SEC. 2002. CONFORMING AMENDMENT.

`Subtitle E--Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response

`Sec. 351. Short title.

`Sec. 352. Purposes.

`Sec. 353. Definitions.

`Sec. 354. Authority to make grants.

`Sec. 355. Applications.

`Sec. 356. Use of funds.

`Sec. 357. Technical assistance.

`Sec. 358. Monitoring and evaluations.

`Sec. 359. Access to documents.

`Sec. 360. Report to Congress.

`Sec. 361. Regulations.

`Sec. 362. Authorization of appropriations.'.

TITLE III--SENSITIVE NUCLEAR FACILITIES

SECTION 3001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 3002. DEFINITIONS.

SEC. 3003. NUCLEAR FACILITY SECURITY.

`SEC. 170C. PROTECTION OF SENSITIVE NUCLEAR FACILITIES.

`(aa) an act--

`(AA) by an enemy of the United States (whether a foreign government or other person); or

`(BB) otherwise falling under the responsibilities of the Federal Government; or

`(bb) an act involving a type of risk that the licensees of the Commission should be responsible for guarding against;

`(aa) procedures to ensure coordinated Federal, State, and local responses to changing threat levels for sensitive nuclear facilities;

`(bb) monitoring of threats against sensitive nuclear facilities; and

`(cc) procedures to notify licensees of a sensitive nuclear facility of changes in threat levels;

task force, shall promulgate regulations for the hiring and training of Federal security coordinators.

SEC. 3004. OFFICE OF NUCLEAR SECURITY AND INCIDENT RESPONSE.

`SEC. 212. OFFICE OF NUCLEAR SECURITY AND INCIDENT RESPONSE.

the sensitive nuclear facility to defend against the threat.

SEC. 3005. CARRYING OF WEAPONS BY LICENSEE EMPLOYEES.

of site-specific conditions, in the interest of the common defense and security; and

`SEC. 170D. CARRYING OF WEAPONS.

SEC. 3006. SENSITIVE RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL SECURITY.

`SEC. 170E. SENSITIVE RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL SECURITY.

SEC. 3007. UNAUTHORIZED INTRODUCTION OF DANGEROUS WEAPONS.

SEC. 3008. SABOTAGE OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES OR FUEL.

SEC. 3009. EVALUATION OF ADEQUACY OF ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS.

SEC. 3010. PROTECTION OF WHISTLEBLOWERS.

SEC. 3011. TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENT.

`Sec. 149A. Access to nuclear facilities.';

`Sec. 170B. Uranium supply.

`Sec. 170C. Protection of sensitive nuclear facilities.

`Sec. 170D. Carrying of weapons.

`Sec. 170E. Sensitive Radioactive Material Security.'.

SEC. 3012. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

TITLE IV--RAIL SECURITY ACT

SEC. 4001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 4002. EMERGENCY AMTRAK ASSISTANCE.

SEC. 4003. RAIL SECURITY.

SEC. 4004. RAIL TRANSPORTATION SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT.

rail transportation and develop prioritized recommendations for--

TITLE V--WATER INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT

SEC. 5001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 5002. PROTECTION FROM TERRORIST AND OTHER HARMFUL INTENTIONAL ACTS.

`SEC. 222. PROTECTION FROM TERRORIST AND OTHER HARMFUL INTENTIONAL ACTS.

extent practicable, continued provision of service; and

SEC. 5003. RESEARCH AND REVIEW.

`SEC. 223. RESEARCH AND REVIEW.

treatment works could be disrupted by terrorists or other individuals or groups.

SEC. 5004. REFINEMENT OF VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS.

`SEC. 224. REFINEMENT OF VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS.

TITLE VI--ENHANCING BORDER SECURITY

Subtitle A--Immigration and Naturalization Service

SEC. 6101. ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL AT THE IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE.

SEC. 6102. TECHNOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENTS BY THE INS TO IMPROVE BORDER SECURITY.

Subtitle B--United States Customs Service

SEC. 6201. ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL AT THE UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE.

SEC. 6202. TECHNOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENTS BY THE CUSTOMS SERVICE TO IMPROVE BORDER SECURITY.

Subtitle C--Bureau of Border Security

SEC. 6301. ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL AT THE BUREAU OF BORDER SECURITY.

SEC. 6302. TECHNOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENTS BY THE BUREAU OF BORDER SECURITY TO IMPROVE BORDER SECURITY.

TITLE VII--PUBLIC HEALTH SECURITY AND BIOTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS

SEC. 7001. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON SMALLPOX VACCINATION.

SEC. 7002. AID TO STATES FOR SMALLPOX VACCINATION PROGRAMS.

`SEC. 319C-3. AID TO STATES FOR SMALLPOX VACCINATION PROGRAMS.

SEC. 7003. SMALLPOX VACCINE INJURY COMPENSATION PROGRAM.

SEC. 7004. INCREASE IN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR BIOTERRORISM SECURITY AND PREPAREDNESS.

inserting `and 2003, $150,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, and such sums as may be necessary for each of fiscal years 2005 and 2006'.

`SEC. 524. BIOTERRORISM VACCINE REVIEW.

`SEC. 525. ENHANCED SECURITY.

TITLE VIII--INFORMATION SECURITY

Subtitle A--Information Technology Fund to Enhance Homeland Defense, Information Security, and Defenses Against Other Threats

SEC. 8101. ESTABLISHMENT OF FUND.

SEC. 8102. SELECTION PROCEDURES.

SEC. 8103. ADMINISTRATION OF FUND.

SEC. 8104. REPORT TO CONGRESS.

SEC. 8105. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

Subtitle B--Protection of Voluntarily Furnished Confidential Information

SEC. 8201. DEFINITIONS.

SEC. 8202. PROTECTION OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION.

SEC. 8203. REPORT TO CONGRESS.

SEC. 8204. AMENDMENTS TO HOMELAND SECURITY ACT OF 2002.

Subtitle C--Interoperability of Information Systems

SEC. 8301. INTEROPERABILITY OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS.

managed and acquired under the enterprise architecture, shall possess the characteristics of--

TITLE IX--WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION

SEC. 9001. SECURITY OF CERTAIN RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR MATERIALS.

SEC. 9002. ASSISTANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY REGARDING SAFEGUARD AND INSPECTION OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES ABROAD.

SEC. 9003. ASSISTANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY TO COUNTER NUCLEAR TERRORISM.

SEC. 9004. ACCELERATION AND EXPANSION OF MATERIALS PROTECTION, CONTROL, AND ACCOUNTING PROGRAM.

SEC. 9005. BORDER SECURITY AND EXPORT CONTROL.

SEC. 9006. REUSE OF RUSSIAN NUCLEAR FACILITIES.

SEC. 9007. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INVOLVING ALTERNATIVE USE OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION EXPERTISE.

SEC. 9008. EXPANSION INITIATIVES FOR PROLIFERATION PREVENTION PROGRAM.

SEC. 9009. ACCELERATION OF HIGHLY ENRICHED URANIUM DISPOSITION PROGRAM.

SEC. 9010. ACCELERATION OF DESTRUCTION OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE.

SEC. 9011. ACCELERATION OF BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS PROTECTION, CONTROL, AND ACCOUNTING PROGRAM.

SEC. 9012. RUSSIAN TACTICAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS.

SEC. 9013. AUTHORIZATION OF USE OF COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION FUNDS FOR PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE THE FORMER SOVIET UNION.

SEC. 9014. REPEAL OF CERTAIN LIMITATIONS ON USES OF FUNDS.

TITLE X--INTELLIGENCE

Subtitle A--Intelligence Community Leadership

SEC. 10001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 10002. REORGANIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF MANAGEMENT OF INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.

`OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Management who shall be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.

and its staff satisfy the needs of policymaking officials and other consumers of intelligence.

`RESPONSIBILITIES OF DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

for the Joint Military Intelligence Program and the Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities Program; and

`AUTHORITIES OF DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

a factor to be considered for promotion to senior positions; and

`CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY

`DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY

SEC. 10003. TEN-YEAR TERM OF SERVICE FOR THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE.

SEC. 10004. EXECUTIVE SCHEDULE MATTERS.

SEC. 10005. CONFORMING AND CLERICAL AMENDMENTS.

`ADDITIONAL ANNUAL REPORTS FROM THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE'.

Subtitle B--Other Matters

SEC. 10011. DISCHARGE OF CERTAIN INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY.

TITLE XI--CHEMICAL SECURITY

SEC. 11001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 11002. FINDINGS.

SEC. 11003. DEFINITIONS.

priority category by the Administrator under section 11004(a)(1).

SEC. 11004. DESIGNATION OF AND REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH PRIORITY CATEGORIES.

and local agencies responsible for planning for and responding to unauthorized releases and providing emergency health care, shall promulgate regulations to designate certain combinations of chemical sources and substances of concern as high priority categories based on the severity of the threat posed by an unauthorized release from the chemical sources.

plan, shall be available to any person other than an individual designated by the Administrator.

SEC. 11005. ENFORCEMENT.

SEC. 11006. RECORDKEEPING AND ENTRY.

SEC. 11007. PENALTIES.

SEC. 11008. NO EFFECT ON REQUIREMENTS UNDER OTHER LAW.

SEC. 11009. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

TITLE XII--HOME SECURITY FUNDING

SEC. 12001. HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDING.

TITLE XIII--SUPPORT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

SEC. 13001. SHORT TITLE.

SEC. 13002. AUTHORIZATIONS.

Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3796dd(b)) is amended--

problems, as well as to engage in regional crime analysis.

and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3796dd-8) is amended--

SEC. 13003. RURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT RETENTION GRANT PROGRAM.

SEC. 13004. RURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY GRANT PROGRAM.

SEC. 13005. RURAL 9-1-1 SERVICE.

END

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