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                                                        Calendar No. 78
107th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     107-36

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 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 
                                  2002
                                _______
                                

                 June 29, 2001.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

            Mr. Byrd, from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 2217]

    The Committee on Appropriations to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 2217) making appropriations for the Department of 
the Interior and related agencies for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 2002, and for other purposes, reports the same to 
the Senate with an amendment and recommends that the bill as 
amended do pass.



Amounts in new budget (obligational) authority, fiscal year 2002

Amount of bill passed by House.......................... $18,863,855,000
Amount of decrease by Senate............................     200,321,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
    Total of bill as reported to Senate.................  18,663,534,000
Estimates considered by House...........................  18,072,635,000
Estimates considered by Senate..........................  18,072,635,000
    Above the budget estimate, 2002.....................     590,899,000
    Below appropriations, 2001 (including emergencies)..     114,486,000
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                      __________________________________________________


                            C O N T E N T S

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                                                                   Page
Summary of bill..................................................     3
Revenue generated by agencies in bill............................     3
Major changes....................................................     4
Climate change research..........................................     6
Committee reprogramming guidelines...............................     7
Title I--Department of the Interior:
    Land and water resources: Bureau of Land Management..........     8
    Fish and wildlife and parks:
        U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...........................    15
        National Park Service....................................    25
    Energy and minerals:
        U.S. Geological Survey...................................    35
        Minerals Management Service..............................    38
        Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement.....    39
    Indian affairs: Bureau of Indian Affairs.....................    41
    Departmental offices:
        Insular affairs..........................................    46
        Departmental management..................................    48
        Office of the Solicitor..................................    49
        Office of Inspector General..............................    49
        Office of Special Trustee for American Indians...........    50
        Natural resource damage assessment and restoration.......    51
Title II--Related agencies:
    Department of Agriculture: Forest Service....................    54
    Department of Energy.........................................    66
    Department of Health and Human Services: Indian Health 
      Service....................................................    76
    Other related agencies:
        Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation..............    77
        Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture 
          and Arts Development...................................    78
        Smithsonian Institution..................................    78
        National Gallery of Art..................................    80
        John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts...........    81
        Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.........    81
        National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities:
            National Endowment for the Arts......................    81
            National Endowment for the Humanities................    82
            Institute of Museum and Library Services.............    83
            Challenge America Arts Fund..........................    83
        Commission of Fine Arts..................................    83
        Advisory Council on Historic Preservation................    84
        National Capital Planning Commission.....................    84
        United States Holocaust Memorial Museum..................    84
        Presidio Trust...........................................    85
Title III--General provisions....................................    86
Limitations and legislative provisions...........................    90
Compliance with paragraph 7, rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    90
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    90
Compliance with paragraph 12, rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    91

                            Summary of Bill

    For this bill, estimates totaling $18,072,635,000 in new 
obligational authority were considered by the Committee for the 
programs and activities of the agencies and bureaus of the 
Department of the Interior, except the Bureau of Reclamation, 
and the following related agencies:
    Department of Agriculture:
        Forest Service.
    Department of Energy:
        Clean coal technology.
        Fossil energy research and development.
        Naval petroleum and oil shale reserves.
        Elk Hills School lands fund.
        Energy conservation.
        Economic regulation.
        Strategic petroleum reserve.
        SPR petroleum account.
        Energy Information Administration.
    Department of Health and Human Services:
        Indian Health Service.
    Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation.
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and 
Arts Development.
    Smithsonian Institution.
    National Gallery of Art.
    John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
    National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities:
        National Endowment for the Arts.
        National Endowment for the Humanities.
    Institute of Museum and Library Services.
        Challenge America Arts Funds.
    Commission of Fine Arts.
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
    National Capital Planning Commission.
    Holocaust Memorial Council.
    Presidio Trust.

                 Revenue Generated by Agencies in Bill

    Oil and gas leasing and other mineral leasing activities, 
recreation and user fees, the timber and range programs, and 
oil production from the naval petroleum reserves are estimated 
to generate income to the Government of $10,206,430,000 in 
fiscal year 2002. These estimated receipts, for agencies under 
the subcommittee's jurisdiction, are tabulated below:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                Fiscal year--
                           Item                            -----------------------------------------------------
                                                                  2000              2001              2002
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of the Interior................................    $8,996,349,000   $11,080,199,000    $9,579,875,000
Forest Service............................................       474,947,000       634,331,000       619,731,000
Naval petroleum reserves..................................         9,450,000         7,836,000         6,824,000
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Total receipts......................................     9,480,836,000    11,722,366,000    10,206,430,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                 Major Changes Recommended in the Bill

    In an effort to honor congressional spending limitations, 
the Committee has developed substantial revisions to the budget 
estimate for the 2002 fiscal year.
    A comparative summary of funding in the bill by agency is 
shown by agency or principal program in the following table:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
                                        Committee        recommendation
                                      recommendation     compared with
                                                        budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Department of the
 Interior:
    Bureau of Land Management.....         1,859,084            +87,546
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service         1,271,165           +179,900
    National Park Service.........         2,294,741           -222,950
    United States Geological                 892,474            +79,098
     Survey.......................
    Minerals Management Service...           158,051             +2,578
    Office of Surface Mining                 305,590            +36,632
     Reclamation and Enforcement..
    Bureau of Indian Affairs......         2,230,389            +26,836
    Departmental Offices..........           361,688            +16,418
    General Provisions............  .................  .................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Title I--Department           9,373,182           +206,058
       of the Interior............
                                   =====================================
Title II--Related agencies:
    Forest Service................         3,815,574            +83,449
    Department of Energy..........        (1,739,070)         (+236,390)
        Clean Coal Technology.....  .................  .................
        Fossil Energy Research and           570,390           +121,390
         Development..............
        Alternative Fuels                     -2,000   .................
         Production...............
        Naval Petroleum and Oil               17,371   .................
         Shale Reserves...........
        Elk Hills School Lands                36,000   .................
         Fund.....................
        Energy Conservation.......           870,805           +115,000
        Economic Regulation.......             1,996   .................
        Strategic Petroleum                  169,009   .................
         Reserve..................
        Energy Information                    75,499   .................
         Administration...........
    Indian Health Service.........         2,751,468            +44,659
    Office of Navajo and Hopi                 15,148   .................
     Indian Relocation............
    Institute of American Indian               4,490   .................
     and Alaska Native Culture and
     Arts Development.............
    Smithsonian Institution.......           494,092                 -8
    National Gallery of Art.......            83,187             +2,738
    John F. Kennedy Center for the            34,000   .................
     Performing Arts..............
    Woodrow Wilson International               7,796   .................
     Center for Scholars..........
    National Endowment for the                98,234   .................
     Arts.........................
    National Endowment for the               125,504             +5,000
     Humanities...................
    Institute of Museum and                   26,899             +2,000
     Library Services.............
    Challenge America Arts Fund...            17,000            +10,015
    Commission of Fine Arts.......             1,174               -100
    National Capital Arts and                  7,000   .................
     Cultural Affairs.............
    Advisory Council on Historic               3,310   .................
     Preservation.................
    National Capital Planning                  7,253   .................
     Commission...................
    Holocaust Memorial Council....            36,028   .................
    Presidio Trust................            23,125               +698
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Title II--Related             9,290,352           +384,841
       Agencies...................
                                   =====================================
      Grand total, fiscal year            18,663,534           +590,899
       2001.......................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     Conservation Spending Category

    Title VIII of the Interior and Related Agencies 
Appropriations Act, 2001, created a separate conservation 
spending category within the Budget Act. This bill includes 
$1,320,000,000 for programs that fall within that category, an 
amount $94,257,000 above the budget request. The distribution 
of these funds is shown in the table below.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Fiscal year 2002
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
                 Subcategory/Appropriation account                   President's       House          Senate
                                                                       budget     recommendation  recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Federal, State and Other LWCF Programs:
    BLM Federal Land Acquisition..................................       47,686          47,686          45,686
    FWS Federal Land Acquisition..................................      104,401         104,401         108,401
    NPS Federal Land Acquisition..................................      107,036         107,036         123,036
    FS Federal Land Acquistion....................................      130,877         130,877         128,877
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federal Land Acquisition..........................      390,000         390,000         406,000
                                                                   =============================================
Stateside Grants (Recreation and Wildlife)........................      450,000   ..............  ..............
    NPS Stateside Grants..........................................  ............        154,000         164,000
    State Wildlife Grants.........................................  ............        100,000         100,000
    Competitive Grants for Indian Tribes..........................      [10,000]          5,000   ..............
FWS Incentive Grant Programs......................................       60,000          60,000          60,000
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, State and Other Grant Programs....................      510,000         319,000         324,000
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, LWCF..............................................      900,000         709,000         730,000
                                                                   =============================================
State and Other Conservation Programs:
    FWS Coop. Endangered Species Conserv. Fund....................       54,694         107,000          91,000
    FWS North American Wetlands Conserv. Fund.....................       14,912          45,000          42,000
    Neotropical Migratory Birds...................................  ............          5,000   ..............
    USGS State Planning Partnerships..............................  ............         25,000          25,000
    FS, Forest Legacy.............................................       29,934          60,000          65,000
    FS, Stewardship Incentives Program............................  ............          8,000   ..............
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal....................................................       99,540         250,000         221,000
                                                                   =============================================
Urban and Historic Preservation Programs:
    NPS Historic Preservation Fund................................       67,055          77,000          74,000
    NPS Urban Parks and Recreation Recovery Grants................  ............         30,000          20,000
    FS Urban and Community Forestry...............................       31,651          36,000          36,000
    BLM Youth Conservation Corps..................................        1,000           1,000           1,000
    FWS Youth Conservation Corps..................................        2,000           2,000           2,000
    NPS Youth Conservation Corps..................................        2,000           2,000           2,000
    FS Youth Conservation Corps...................................        2,000           2,000           2,000
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal....................................................       75,706         150,000         137,000
                                                                   =============================================
Payments in Lieu of Taxes:
    BLM--PILT \1\.................................................  ............         50,000          50,000
    FWS--National Wildlife Refuge Fund \1\........................  ............          5,000   ..............
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal....................................................  ............         55,000          50,000
                                                                   =============================================
Federal Infrastructure Improvement Programs:
    BLM FII--Management of Lands & Resources......................       25,000          28,000          28,000
    FWS FII--Resource Management..................................       25,000          28,000          31,000
    NPS FII--Construction and ONPS................................       50,000          50,000          60,000
    FS Deferred Maintenance Backlog...............................       50,497          50,000          61,000
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      Subtotal....................................................      150,497         156,000         180,000
                                                                   ---------------------------------------------
      FS Total....................................................      244,959         286,877         292,877
                                                                   =============================================
      DOI Total...................................................      980,784       1,033,123       1,027,123
                                                                   =============================================
      Total, Conservation Spending Category.......................    1,225,743       1,320,000       1,320,000
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\1\ Reflects only funds recommended as part of Conservation Spending Category.

                        Climate Change Research

    Several programs funded through this bill conduct science 
and technology research that are associated partly with global 
climate change. To the extent that the Committee has funded 
this work, it has done so based on each program's individual 
merits of contributing to issues associated with domestic 
energy production, national energy security, energy efficiency 
and cost savings, related environmental assessments, and 
general energy emission improvements. None of the funds 
provided in this bill are to be used to implement actions 
called for solely under the Kyoto protocol, prior to its 
ratification.
    The Byrd-Hagel resolution passed in 1997 (S. Res. 98) 
remains the clearest statement of the will of the Senate with 
regard to the Kyoto protocol, and the Committee is committed to 
ensuring that the Administration not implement the Kyoto 
protocol without congressional consent. The Committee 
recognizes, however, that there are also longstanding energy 
research programs which have goals and objectives that, if met, 
could have positive effects on energy use and the environment. 
The Committee does not intend to preclude these programs from 
proceeding, provided they have been funded and approved by 
Congress.
    To the extent future funding requests may be submitted 
which would increase funding for climate change activities 
prior to Senate consideration of the Kyoto protocol, the 
Administration must explain the components of the programs, 
their anticipated goals and objectives, the justification for 
any funding increases, a discussion of how success will be 
measured, and a clear definition of how these programs are 
justified by goals and objectives independent of implementation 
of the Kyoto protocol.

                   Committee Reprogramming Guidelines

    The Committee's reprogramming guidelines were last 
published in the House and Senate reports accompanying the 
fiscal year 1998 Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations 
Act (H. Rep.105-163, S. Rep. 105-56). While the Committee does 
not propose any changes to these guidelines, it does wish to 
make certain clarifications in an effort to prevent 
misunderstandings regarding the applicability of reprogramming 
procedures in certain situations.
    Though a reprogramming is in part defined in the guidelines 
as a ``reallocation of funds from one budget activity [or other 
applicable level of detail] to another,'' the guidelines also 
state that ``any significant departure from the program 
described in the agency's budget justifications'' shall be 
considered a reprogramming. This later portion of the 
definition encompasses the reallocation of funds within a 
budget activity, if such reallocation represents a 
``significant departure'' from the description provided in the 
relevant budget justification. In this regard, the Committee 
would view as a ``significant departure'' any reallocation of 
funds within a budget activity for programs or contracts 
involving out-year mortgages that are not discussed in detail 
in the budget justification.

                  TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

                        LAND AND WATER RESOURCES

                       Bureau of Land Management

                    management of land and resources

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $750,250,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     760,312,000
House allowance.........................................     768,711,000
Committee recommendation................................     775,962,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $775,962,000, 
an increase of $15,650,000 above the budget estimate. A 
comparison of the Committee recommendations with the budget 
estimate is as follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Land resources:
    Soil, water, and air management..........................      $33,469,000      $33,787,000        +$318,000
    Range management.........................................       69,197,000       71,859,000       +2,662,000
    Forestry management......................................        7,229,000        7,798,000         +569,000
    Riparian management......................................       22,806,000       23,015,000         +209,000
    Cultural resources management............................       14,181,000       14,316,000         +135,000
    Wild horse and burro management..........................       29,665,000       29,862,000         +197,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, land resources...............................      176,547,000      180,637,000       +4,090,000
                                                              ==================================================
Wildlife and fisheries management:
    Wildlife management......................................       25,318,000       25,556,000         +238,000
    Fisheries management.....................................       12,110,000       12,214,000         +104,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, wildlife and fisheries manage-  ment.........       37,428,000       37,770,000         +342,000
                                                              ==================================================
Threatened and endangered species............................       21,618,000       21,804,000         +186,000
                                                              ==================================================
Recreation management:
    Wilderness management....................................       16,932,000       17,093,000         +161,000
    Recreation resource management...........................       44,762,000       46,111,000       +1,349,000
    Recreation operations (fees).............................        1,295,000        1,295,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, recreation management........................       62,989,000       64,499,000       +1,510,000
                                                              ==================================================
Energy and minerals:
    Oil and gas..............................................       72,564,000       72,809,000         +245,000
    Coal management..........................................        8,828,000        8,902,000          +74,000
    Other mineral resources..................................       10,096,000       10,188,000          +92,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, energy and minerals..........................       91,448,000       91,899,000         +411,000
                                                              ==================================================
Alaska minerals..............................................        2,225,000        4,000,000       +1,775,000
                                                              ==================================================
Realty and ownership management:
    Alaska conveyance........................................       34,838,000       35,128,000         +290,000
    Cadastral survey.........................................       13,896,000       16,190,000       +2,294,000
    Land and realty management...............................       33,813,000       34,118,000         +305,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, realty and ownership manage-  ment...........       82,547,000       85,436,000       +2,889,000
                                                              ==================================================
Resource protection and maintenance:
    Resource management planning.............................       33,035,000       33,100,000          +65,000
    Resource protection and law enforcement..................       11,547,000       11,666,000         +119,000
    Hazardous materials management...........................       16,709,000       16,870,000         +161,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, resource protection and maintenance..........       61,291,000       61,636,000         +345,000
                                                              ==================================================
Transportation and facilities maintenance:
    Operations...............................................        6,390,000        6,451,000          +61,000
    Annual maintenance.......................................       30,310,000       31,230,000         +920,000
    Deferred maintenance.....................................       12,917,000       12,917,000  ...............
    Conservation (infrastructure improvement)................       25,000,000       28,000,000       +3,000,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, transportation and facilities maintenance....       74,617,000       78,598,000       +3,981,000
                                                              ==================================================
Land and resources information systems.......................       19,756,000       19,756,000  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
Mining law administration:
    Administration...........................................       32,298,000       32,298,000  ...............
    Offsetting fees..........................................      -32,298,000      -32,298,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, mining law administration....................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
Work force and organizational support:
    Information systems operations...........................       16,395,000       16,551,000         +156,000
    Administrative support...................................       49,766,000       49,731,000          -35,000
    Bureauwide fixed costs...................................       63,645,000       63,645,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, work force and organization..................      129,806,000      129,927,000         +121,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, management of lands and re-  sources............      760,312,000      775,962,000      +20,070,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Land Resources.--The Committee recommends $180,637,000 for 
land resources, which is an increase of $4,090,000 above the 
budget request. Increases above the request include $1,000,000 
to continue work at the National Center for Ecologically-Based 
Noxious Weed Management at Montana State University and to 
expand the work of the Center with respect to treatments of 
burned over areas to prevent the spread of noxious weeds; 
$1,000,000 for the Idaho State Department of Agriculture to 
provide coordination, facilitation, administrative support, and 
cost-share weed control project funding to Cooperative Weed 
Management Areas; $500,000 for management of the Headwaters 
Forest Reserve; and $1,590,000 for fixed costs.
    The Committee notes that the funding provided for land 
resources fully supports the budget request for noxious weed 
management of $8,950,000. The projects funded above are over 
and above the request and should provide additional tools for 
the Bureau's efforts to manage the serious problem of invasive 
weed control across all ownerships.
    The Committee is concerned that the Bureau retain its 
current level of support for the National Conservation Training 
Center, and directs that $500,000 shall be used for this 
purpose and made available to NCTC within 60 days of enactment.
    Wildlife and fisheries management.--The Committee 
recommends $37,770,000 for wildlife and fisheries management, 
which is an increase of $342,000 above the request. The 
increase is for fixed costs.
    Threatened and Endangered Species.--The Committee 
recommends $21,804,000 for threatened and endangered species 
management, which is an increase of $186,000 above the request. 
The increase is for fixed costs.
    Recreation management.--The Committee recommends 
$64,499,000 for recreation management, which is an increase of 
$1,510,000 above the request. Increases above the request are 
$1,000,000 for the Undaunted Stewardship program which will 
allow local control over grants to protect historic sites along 
the historic Lewis and Clark Trail by implementation of best 
management practices, evaluation of easement alternatives, and 
a stewardship certification program, and $510,000 for fixed 
costs.
    Energy and minerals management including Alaska minerals.--
The Committee has provided $91,899,000 for energy and minerals 
management, which is an increase of $411,000 above the request, 
and an increase of $15,180,000 over the enacted level. 
Increases above the enacted level are $2,200,000 for fixed 
costs, $3,000,000 to address coalbed methane permitting 
backlog, $700,000 to address the backlog of oil and gas permits 
in Utah, $3,000,000 for leasing activities in the National 
Petroleum Reserve Alaska, $3,000,000 to implement the Energy 
Policy and Conservation Act, $350,000 for Indian trust 
activities, $1,500,000 for oil and gas inspection and 
enforcement activities, $1,150,000 for coal leasing activities, 
$450,000 for mineral material sales, and $50,000 for geothermal 
activities, and decreases of $220,000 for management reforms.
    The Committee has provided an additional $4,000,000 for the 
Alaska minerals program, which is an increase of $1,775,000 
above the request. The increase is to continue work on 
preparation of an interagency geological database that was 
funded in fiscal year 2001.
    Realty and ownership management.--The Committee recommends 
$85,436,000 for realty and ownership management, which is an 
increase of $2,889,000 above the budget request. Increases 
above the request are $739,000 for fixed costs, $300,000 for 
the State of Utah Automated Geographic Reference center for a 
total of $600,000 to continue work on a centralized GIS 
database of wilderness inventories, $350,000 for the Montana 
cadastral mapping project, and $1,500,000 for a public lands 
survey and ownership database for the State of Alaska.
    The Committee notes that the Eaker National Historic 
Landmark will soon be transferred from the United States Air 
Force to the Bureau of Land Management. Upon completion of the 
transfer, the Committee directs the Bureau to manage this site 
consistent with its status as a National Historic Landmark.
    Resource protection and maintenance.--The Committee 
recommends $61,636,000 for resource protection and maintenance, 
which is an increase of $345,000 above the request. The entire 
amount of the increase is for fixed costs.
    Transportation and facilities maintenance.--The Committee 
recommends $78,598,000 for transportation and facilities 
maintenance, which is an increase of $3,981,000 above the 
request. Increases above the request are $481,000 for fixed 
costs, $500,000 for maintenance of the Iditarod National 
Historic Trail, $3,000,000 for infrastructure improvements for 
a total program level of $28,000,000 to be derived from the 
conservation spending category.
    Land and information systems.--The Committee recommends 
$19,756,000 for land and information systems, which is equal to 
the request.
    Mining law administration.--The Committee recommends 
$32,298,000 for mining law administration, which is equal to 
the request. This activity is supported by an offsetting mining 
holding fee equal to the amount appropriated. The Committee has 
included bill language as proposed by the Administration to 
reauthorize the mining holding fee.
    Workforce organization and support.--The Committee 
recommends $129,927,000 for workforce organization and support, 
which is $121,000 above the budget request. An increase of 
$621,000 above the request has been provided for fixed costs. 
The Committee has reduced the request by $500,000 to reflect 
the transfer of funds for conducting an external audit of the 
agency's financial information. These funds have been provided 
to the Inspector General who will arrange for audits of all the 
Bureaus within the Department.
    General.--Within the funds provided for the management of 
lands and resources appropriation, the Bureau shall make 
available no less than $300,000 to participate in the Southwest 
Strategy along with other Federal and State agencies. The 
Committee believes this Strategy can play an important part in 
restoring the cultural, economic and environmental quality of 
life in regions of the Southwestern United States.
    Following concern prompting Congressional action last year, 
the Committee applauds the commitment by the Secretary of the 
Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture to consult with 
Congress prior to initiating any attempt to amend or revise the 
linear right-of-way rental fee schedule published on July 8, 
1987 (43 CFR 2803.1 2(c)(1)(I)).

                        WILDLAND FIRE MANAGEMENT

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $424,577,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     658,421,000
House allowance.........................................     700,806,000
Committee recommendation (including emergencies)........     659,421,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$659,421,000 for wildland fire management activities, which is 
$1,000,000 above the request.
    The Committee recommendation includes full funding of the 
request for wildland fire preparedness in the amount of 
$280,807,000, plus an additional $1,000,000, including funding 
for the purchase of a hyperspectral and digital camera remote 
sensing system, to be allocated to the national center for 
landscape fire analysis at the University of Montana through 
the Joint Fire Science program.
    The Committee has also provided $367,614,000 for wildland 
fire operations, which is equal to the request. Of these funds, 
a total of $70,000,000 has been designated as emergency 
appropriations, comprised of $50,000,000 for wildfire 
suppression and $20,000,000 for burned areas rehabilitation.
    In addition, the Committee has also provided $10,000,000 
for the Rural Fire Assistance program, which is equal to the 
budget request.
    The Committee notes that it has fully funded the budget 
request of $186,190,000 for hazardous fuels reduction within 
the amounts provided. The Committee believes that reduction of 
fuel loads on public lands and in areas adjacent to communities 
in the wildland-urban interface is critical for protecting the 
health of the nation's resources and the safety of the public.
    The Committee commends the Department for providing the 
Committee with detailed financial reports and action plans with 
respect to implementation of the National Fire Plan. The 
Committee expects this consultation to continue as the 
Department moves forward with the Fire Plan. The Department 
should also work diligently to complete the national long term 
fire strategy in consultation with the Governors of the States. 
The Committee believes that this strategy is crucial since it 
will address fire management across all ownerships.

                    CENTRAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $9,978,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       9,978,000
House allowance.........................................       9,978,000
Committee recommendation................................       9,978,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $9,978,000 for 
the central hazardous materials fund, which is equal to the 
request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $16,823,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      10,976,000
House allowance.........................................      11,076,000
Committee recommendation................................      12,976,000

    The Committee recommends $12,976,000 for construction, 
which is an increase of $2,000,000 above the request. Increases 
above the request are $2,000,000 for construction of the 
California Trail Interpretive Center in Elko County, Nevada. 
The Committee has provided $2,900,000 for the Pompey's Pillar 
visitor center, and provided $2,500,000 for the construction of 
the Fort Benton visitor center in Montana.

                       PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $199,560,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     150,000,000
House allowance.........................................     200,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     220,000,000

    The Committee recommends $220,000,000 for Payments in Lieu 
of Taxes, of which $50,000,000 is from the conservation 
spending category. The amount provided is an increase of 
$70,000,000 above the budget request.

                            LAND ACQUISITION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $56,545,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      47,686,000
House allowance.........................................      47,686,000
Committee recommendation................................      45,686,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $45,686,000 
for land acquisition, a decrease of $2,000,000 below the budget 
estimate.
    The following table shows the Committee's recommendations:

                                                               Committee
        Area and State                                    Recommendation

Auger Falls Tract (ID) (Twin River).....................      $1,000,000
Axolotl Lakes (MT)......................................       1,000,000
Beaver Creek NWSR/White Mountains National Recreation 
    Area (AK)...........................................         300,000
California Wilderness (CA)..............................         375,000
Cosumnes River Preserve (CA)............................       1,500,000
Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (WY)...........         320,000
El Malpais National Conservation Area (NM)..............         750,000
Garnet Ghost Town (MT)..................................       2,000,000
Grande Ronde National Wild & Scenic River (OR/WA).......         500,000
Gunnison ACEC (CO)......................................       2,500,000
King Range National Conservation Area (CA)..............       2,500,000
La Cienega ACEC (NM)....................................         641,000
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail (ID)............       1,000,000
Lower Salmon River ACEC (ID)............................       2,000,000
Otay Mountain/Kuchamaa HCP (CA).........................       3,500,000
Rio Grande National Wild and Scenic River (NM)..........       5,000,000
Sandy River (OR)........................................       3,000,000
Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument 
    (CA)................................................       1,500,000
Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area 
    (ID)................................................       2,400,000
Soda Springs Hills (ID).................................         900,000
Upper Arkansas River Basin (CO).........................       1,500,000
Upper Snake/South Fork Snake River (ID).................       3,000,000
West Eugene Wetlands (OR)...............................       2,500,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Subtotal acquisitions.............................      39,686,000
Emergency/hardship/inholdings...........................       1,500,000
Land Exchange Equalization Payments.....................         500,000
Acquisition Management..................................       4,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................      45,686,000

                   OREGON AND CALIFORNIA GRANT LANDS

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $104,038,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     105,165,000
House allowance.........................................     105,165,000
Committee recommendation................................     106,061,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $106,061,000, 
an increase of $896,000 above the budget request. The increase 
is for fixed costs.

                 FOREST ECOSYSTEMS HEALTH AND RECOVERY

                   (REVOLVING FUND, SPECIAL ACCOUNT)

    The Committee has retained bill language clarifying that 
the Federal share of salvage receipts to be deposited into this 
account shall be those funds remaining after payments to 
counties.

                           RANGE IMPROVEMENTS

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $10,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      10,000,000
House allowance.........................................      10,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,000,000 
for range improvements, the same as the budget estimate and the 
fiscal year 2001 enacted level.

               service charges, deposits, and forfeitures

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $7,484,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       8,000,000
House allowance.........................................       8,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,000,000, 
the same as the budget estimate and $516,000 above the fiscal 
year 2001 enacted level.

                       MISCELLANEOUS TRUST FUNDS

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $12,405,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      11,000,000
House allowance.........................................      11,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      11,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $11,000,000, 
the same as the budget estimate and the fiscal year 2001 
enacted level.

                      FISH AND WILDLIFE AND PARKS


                     U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


                          RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $800,330,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     806,752,000
House allowance.........................................     839,852,000
Committee recommendation................................     845,714,000

    The Committee recommends $845,714,000 for resource 
management, $38,962,000 above the budget estimate. Within this 
account, $33,000,000 for infrastructure improvement and 
$2,000,000 for the youth conservation corps are funded under 
the conservation spending category. Changes to the budget 
estimate are detailed below.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ecological services:
    Endangered species:
        Candidate conservation...............................       $7,220,000       $7,720,000        +$500,000
        Listing..............................................        8,476,000        9,000,000         +524,000
        Consultation.........................................       41,901,000       43,401,000       +1,500,000
        Recovery.............................................       54,217,000       58,517,000       +4,300,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, endangered species.......................      111,814,000      118,638,000       +6,824,000
                                                              ==================================================
    Habitat conservation.....................................       76,209,000       82,109,000       +5,900,000
    Environmental contaminants...............................       10,470,000       10,470,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, ecological services..........................      198,493,000      211,217,000      +12,274,000
                                                              ==================================================
Refuges and wildlife:
    Refuge operations and maintenance........................      314,664,000      318,664,000       +4,000,000
    Salton Sea recovery......................................          993,000          993,000  ...............
    Migratory bird management................................       25,159,000       28,586,000       +3,427,000
    Law enforcement operations...............................       50,411,000       51,487,000       +1,076,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, refuges and wildlife.........................      391,227,000      399,730,000       +3,608,773
                                                              ==================================================
Fisheries:
    Hatchery operations and maintenance......................       49,362,000       54,072,000       +4,710,000
    Fish and wildlife management.............................       43,617,000       50,997,000       +7,380,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, fisheries....................................       92,979,000      105,069,000      +12,090,000
                                                              ==================================================
General administration:
    Central office administration............................       15,530,000       15,530,000  ...............
    Regional office administration...........................       24,792,000       24,792,000  ...............
    Servicewide administrative support.......................       53,370,000       58,015,000       +4,645,000
    National Fish and Wildlife Foundation....................        6,705,000        7,705,000       +1,000,000
    National Conservation Training Center....................       15,526,000       15,526,000  ...............
    International affairs....................................        8,130,000        8,130,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, general administration.......................      124,053,000      129,698,000       +5,645,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, resource management.............................      806,752,000      845,714,000      +38,962,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Ecological Services.--The Committee recommends $211,217,000 
for ecological services, an increase of $12,724,000 above the 
budget estimate.
    Within the ecological services activity, the Committee 
recommends an increase of $6,824,000 for the endangered species 
program. The Committee recommends an increase of $500,000 for 
candidate conservation to be forwarded to the Idaho Office of 
Species Conservation for the purpose of funding the Idaho Sage 
Grouse Management Plan established to prevent the listing of 
the sage grouse. The Committee recommends an increase of 
$524,000 in listing general programs. The Committee recommends 
an increase of $1,500,000 for consultation, of which $500,000 
is for the Central Valley and Southern California Habitat 
Conservation Plan, and $1,000,000 in general programs to 
address the increasing demand for consultations. For recovery, 
the Committee recommends an increase of $4,300,000, of which 
$800,000 is to be forwarded to the Alaska Sealife Center for 
eider recovery, $500,000 is to be forwarded to the Idaho Office 
of Species Conservation to finance conservation easements, 
water conservation practices and implementation of the State's 
strategy as approved and prioritized by the Bruneau Hot Springs 
Snail Conservation Committee, $200,000 is for the wolf 
monitoring activities of the Nez Perce tribe in Idaho, $500,000 
is for recovery of the Preble's Meadow jumping mouse in 
Colorado, $700,000 is for endangered fish recovery efforts in 
Upper Colorado, $600,000 is for the recovery of Lahontan 
Cutthroat trout in Nevada, and $1,000,000 is to address the 
backlog of recovery actions. The Peregrine Fund should be 
funded at $400,000 in fiscal year 2002.
    The Committee recommends an increase of $5,900,000 for 
habitat conservation. Changes recommended for habitat 
conservation programs include an increase of $4,550,000 for the 
Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program, of which $250,000 is to 
be provided to the National Aquaculture Research Center in 
Stuttgart, Arkansas, to study the impact cormorants have on the 
fish population, $550,000 is for Nutria eradication at the 
Blackwater NWR in Maryland, $1,000,000 is for the Hawaii 
Endangered Species Act Community Conservation Plan, $1,500,000 
is for the Reno Biodiversity Research and Conservation Project, 
$500,000 is for the Columbia River Estuary Research Program, 
$400,000 shall be forwarded to the Montana Water Center for the 
Wild Fish Habitat Initiative, $100,000 is to assist landowners 
with conservation efforts in areas surrounding the Aldo Leopold 
NWR in Wisconsin, and $250,000 is provided to the Service to 
establish alternative habitat and food sources for terns in 
Idaho to reduce their population where salmon collect. In 
project planning, the Committee recommends an increase of 
$250,000 for the Middle Rio Grande (Bosque) Research program, 
and a decrease of $1,000,000 below the budget estimate for 
CALFED. The Committee also recommends $1,500,000 for the Cook 
Inlet Aquaculture Association, and $200,000 to be forwarded to 
the Regional Aquaculture Association for king salmon 
restoration, as well as a $400,000 increase for general 
activities in coastal programs.
    Refuges and wildlife.--The Committee recommends 
$399,730,000 for refuges and wildlife, an increase of 
$8,503,000 above the budget estimate.
    The Committee notes that, within refuges and wildlife, 
$29,000,000 has been funded out of the conservation spending 
category. Within that appropriation, $25,000,000 is funded 
under infrastructure improvement for refuge maintenance, 
$2,000,000 is funded under infrastructure improvement for law 
enforcement, and $2,000,000 is funded through the youth 
conservation corps.
    Changes recommended for refuge operations and maintenance 
include an increase of $10,000,000 for refuge operations to 
continue ``minimum staffing'' implementation in recognition of 
the upcoming refuge system centennial. The Committee recommends 
a decrease in maintenance of $6,000,000. Within the refuge 
operations and maintenance budget, $50,000 will be provided to 
the Ohio River Islands NWR for one-time equipment replacement 
and $799,000 will be provided to Canaan Valley NWR to address 
backlog maintenance needs.
    The Committee understands that the Saddle Mountain NWR/
Hanford Reach National Monument in Washington is experiencing 
serious staffing shortfalls as a result of increased size and 
must also proceed with planning processes in conjunction with a 
local advisory board. The Committee encourages the Service to 
fully consider the staffing and planning needs at this refuge/
monument as part of the refuge operating needs system funding 
increase.
    A total of $993,000, the budget estimate, is recommended to 
continue the Salton Sea recovery program, contingent on 
matching funds from the State of California. The Committee does 
not object to including this program in the regular operations 
account in fiscal year 2003 and beyond.
    In migratory bird management, the Committee recommends an 
increase of $575,000 for reducing seabird bycatch in Alaska, 
$1,000,000 is for Canada geese depredation, and $1,852,000 over 
the budget estimate is provided to advance the North American 
Waterfowl Management Plans toward the fiscal year 2004 target 
funding levels outlined in the fiscal year 2001 statement of 
the managers that accompanied the conference report for that 
year. This funding amount is slightly higher than the House 
level. The Committee applauds the joint ventures' ability to 
leverage dollars and, as such, considers that an increase for 
joint ventures bears merit. The Committee agrees to the 
following distribution of funds for joint ventures:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Recommended      Target Level
                        Joint Venture                            Fiscal year      fiscal year      fiscal year
                                                                     2001             2002             2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Atlantic Coast...............................................         $379,000         $531,000         $800,000
Lower Mississippi............................................          501,000          605,000          750,000
Upper Mississippi............................................          239,000          382,000          650,000
Prairie Pothole..............................................        1,182,000        1,310,000        1,400,000
Gulf Coast...................................................          339,000          470,000          700,000
Playa Lakes..................................................          225,000          387,000          700,000
Rainwater Basin..............................................          225,000          292,000          400,000
Intermountain West...........................................          239,000          492,000        1,000,000
Central Valley...............................................          359,000          438,000          550,000
Pacific Coast................................................          239,000          397,000          700,000
San Francisco Bay............................................          225,000          282,000          370,000
Sonoran......................................................          225,000          292,000          400,000
Arctic Goose.................................................          140,000          221,000          370,000
Black Duck...................................................          110,000          197,000          370,000
Sea Duck.....................................................          249,000          357,000          550,000
General Program Activities...................................  ...............           71,000  ...............
Administration...............................................          623,000          695,000          750,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................        5,499,000        7,419,000       10,460,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    An increase of $76,000 is recommended for law enforcement 
maintenance to address needs at Canaan Valley NWR in West 
Virginia, and an additional $1,000,000 is provided as a general 
increase for law enforcement operations.
    Fisheries.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$4,710,000 for hatchery operations and maintenance, of which 
$2,025,000 is for the Leadville NFH to implement alternative 
two of the environmental assessment to provide trout for 
stocking, $2,000,000 is for the Washington State Hatchery 
Improvement Project, $185,000 is for sewer replacement at White 
Sulphur Springs NFH, and $500,000 is for unmet operational 
needs. An additional increase of $7,380,000 is recommended for 
Fish and Wildlife Management, of which $600,000 is for Atlantic 
salmon recovery, $1,200,000 is for the Bering Sea Fisheries 
Association to conduct salmon research, $2,000,000 is to 
reestablish the Chester Creek salmon run in Alaska, $600,000 is 
for the Great Lakes fish restoration program, and $1,000,000 is 
for the Wildlife Enhancement and Economic Development Program 
in Starkville, Mississippi. This program in Starkville is an 
initiative to develop and consolidate the infrastructure, 
multi-disciplinary expertise, and cooperative support to 
provide research-based information through an educational 
program targeted to assist private landowners and managers to 
develop and implement natural resource-based enterprises which 
can enable them to improve their income, sustain their natural 
resources, and maintain their quality of life for their 
families and the communities in which they live. Also within 
the increase for fish and wildlife management, $100,000 is for 
Yukon River escapement monitoring, $200,000 is for management 
studies at Yukon River, $160,000 is for public education on the 
Yukon River salmon treaty, $1,270,000 is for marine mammal 
protection in Alaska and $250,000 is to combat whirling 
disease. With this increase, the Committee recommends a total 
of $2,246,000 for the continuation of activities begun in 
fiscal year 1997 to combat whirling disease and related fish 
health issues. Within the amount provided, $950,000 is for the 
National Partnership on the Management of Wild and Native Cold 
Water Fisheries, and $1,296,000 is provided to continue the 
National Wild Fish Health Survey, expand whirling disease 
investigations, and recruit and train health professionals.
    General Administration.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $5,645,000 for general administration, including 
$1,500,000 for travel expenses and $3,970,000 for unfunded pay 
costs. The Committee expects the Service to distribute these 
sums to the appropriate budget activities and line items. The 
Committee recommends funding audit costs department-wide 
through the Office of the Inspector General; therefore, a 
decrease of $825,000 is reflected in the Committee 
recommendation for general administration. An increase of 
$1,000,000 is provided for the National Fish and Wildlife 
Foundation (NFWF). Within the increase provided for NFWF, 
$500,000 is for a grant program to assist with on-the-ground 
recovery efforts of the Atlantic salmon in the Gulf of Maine.
    Bill language.--The Committee did not include the language 
proposed in the budget request for listing.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $62,877,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      35,849,000
House allowance.........................................      48,849,000
Committee recommendation................................      55,526,000

    The Committee recommends $55,526,000 for construction, an 
increase of $19,677,000 above the budget estimate.
    The Committee agrees to the following distribution of 
funds:

                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                    Committee
                                                                                                                           Budget     recom-     Change
                                                                                                                          estimate  mendation
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Anahuac NWR, TX....................  Bridge Rehabilitation/Replacement--Phase II (c)...................................        330        330  .........
Bear River NWR, UT.................  Dikes and related facilities......................................................  .........        500       +500
Big Muddy NWR, MO..................  Headquarters design (p)...........................................................  .........        250       +250
Blackwater NWR, MD.................  Safety and compliance renovation (c)..............................................  .........        899       +899
Bozeman Fish Technology Center, MT.  Construction of Laboratory/Administration Building................................      2,556      2,556  .........
Bridge Safety Inspections..........  ..................................................................................        545        545  .........
Chincoteague NWR, VA...............  Herbert H. Bateman Educ. and Administrative Center--Phase III (c).................      2,900      3,400       +500
Condor facilities, CA & ID.........  Recovery facility construction and renovation.....................................  .........      1,750     +1,750
Creston NFH, MT....................  Jessup Mill Dam--Phase III (c)....................................................      1,900      1,900  .........
Dam Safety Inspections.............  ..................................................................................        650        650  .........
Eufuala NWR, AL....................  Environmental learning center (p).................................................  .........        100       +100
Hagerman NWR, TX...................  Bridge Rehabilitation--Phase II (c)...............................................      1,800      1,800  .........
Humboldt Bay NWR, CA...............  Seismic safety rehabilitation--Phase I (p/d)......................................        190        190  .........
Iron River NFH, WI.................  Replace Domes at Schacte Creek with Building......................................        740        740  .........
Jordan River NFH, MI...............  Replace Great Lakes Fish Stocking Vessel..........................................        200        200  .........
John Hay NWR, NH...................  Barn rehabilitation...............................................................  .........        150       +150
Kealia Pond, NWR, HI...............  Mitigation (c)....................................................................  .........      1,000     +1,000
Klamath Basin Complex, OR..........  Water Supply and Management--Phase III............................................      1,700      1,700  .........
Kodiak NWR, AK.....................  Visitor Center (p)................................................................  .........        500       +500
Leavenworth NFH, WA................  Seismic safety rehabilitation--Phase I (p/d)......................................        170        170  .........
Mammoth Springs NFH, AR............  Water Supply and Management--Phase III............................................  .........        180       +180
Mattamuskeet NWR, NC...............  Renovation of lodge...............................................................  .........      3,500     +3,500
Missisquoi NWR, VT.................  Headquarters renovation...........................................................  .........      1,000     +1,000
National Black-Footed Ferret Cons.   New Endangered Species Facility--Phase III (c)....................................      2,260      2,260  .........
 Ctr., CO.
Necedah NFH, WI....................  Rynearson #1 Dam--Phase II (c)....................................................      2,725      2,725  .........
Northwest Power Planning area......  Fish screens, etc.................................................................  .........      5,000     +5,000
Pelican Island NWR, FL.............  Interpretive Center and Administrative Facility--Phase I (p/d/ic).................      2,600      2,300       -300
Quinault NFH, WA...................  Replace quarters..................................................................        290        290  .........
Red Rock Lakes NWR, MT.............  Seismic safety rehabilitation--Phase I (p/d)......................................        135        135  .........
San Pablo Bay NWR, CA..............  Office Renovation--Phase II (c)...................................................      2,500      2,500  .........
Sevilleta NWR, NM..................  Planning, design, initial construction............................................  .........        898       +898
Silvio O. Conte NWR, VT............  Education center..................................................................  .........        750       +750
Six NFHs, Water Treatment            Phase III.........................................................................      2,630      2,630  .........
 Improvements.
Ted Stevens Anchorage Int'l          Hangar--Phase I (p/d).............................................................        536        536  .........
 Airport, AK.
Waccamaw NWR, SC...................  Visitor and Education Center (p/d/c)..............................................  .........      3,000     +3,000
                                                                                                                        --------------------------------
      Subtotal, Line Item            ..................................................................................     27,357     47,034    +19,677
       Construction.
                                                                                                                        ================================
Nationwide Engineering Services....  ..................................................................................      6,306      6,306  .........
Seismic Safety.....................  ..................................................................................        180        180  .........
Greening the Government............  ..................................................................................        150        150  .........
Demolition Fund....................  ..................................................................................  .........  .........  .........
Environmental Compliance...........  ..................................................................................      1,856      1,856  .........
                                                                                                                        --------------------------------
      Subtotal, Nationwide           ..................................................................................      8,492      8,492  .........
       Engineering Services.
                                                                                                                        ================================
      Total, Construction..........  ..................................................................................     35,849     55,526    +19,677
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Within construction, under the Northwest Power Planning 
area line item, the Committee recommends $5,000,000 pursuant to 
Public Law 106-502 for construction of fish screens, fish 
passage devices, and related features. This will be a 
significant resource to assist landowners to avoid taking 
listed species and to accelerate the schedule for resolving 
salmon passage problems.

                            LAND ACQUISITION

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $121,188,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     164,401,000
House allowance.........................................     104,401,000
Committee recommendation................................     108,401,000

    The Committee recommends $108,401,000, $56,000,000 below 
the budget request. The land acquisition program is funded 
through the conservation spending category.
    The budget estimate includes two programs, the Landowner 
Incentive Program and Stewardship Grants, in the Service's 
Federal land acquisition account. The Committee recommends the 
establishment of these two new accounts in the Fish and 
Wildlife Service rather than funding those programs as part of 
Federal land acquisition.
    The following table shows the Committee's recommendations:

                                                               Committee
        Area and State                                    recommendation

Aldo Leopold Waterfowl Protection Area (WI).............      $3,500,000
Back Bay NWR (VA).......................................       3,900,000
Big Muddy NFWR (MO).....................................       2,000,000
Boyer Chute NWR (NE)....................................       1,500,000
Cahaba NWR (AL).........................................       2,500,000
Canaan Valley NWR (WV)..................................       7,800,000
Cape May NWR (NJ).......................................       1,100,000
Cat Island NWR (LA).....................................       5,000,000
Charles M. Russell NWR (MT).............................       1,000,000
Chickasaw NWR (TN)......................................       2,000,000
Clarks River NWR (KY)...................................       1,500,000
Dakota Tallgrass Prairie WMA (ND/SD)....................       2,500,000
Edwin B. Forsythe NWR (NJ)..............................       2,000,000
Florida Keys NWR Complex (FL)...........................       1,000,000
Great Bay NWR (NH)......................................       1,400,000
Great Meadows NWR (MA)..................................       1,000,000
Great Salt Pond NWR (RI)................................         500,000
J.N. Ding Darling NWR Complex (FL)......................       3,000,000
James Campbell NWR (HI).................................       3,000,000
Kenai NWR (AK)..........................................       3,300,000
Laguna Atascosa NWR (TX)................................       7,000,000
Louisiana Black Bear NWR Complex (Black Bayou) (LA).....         400,000
Neal Smith NWR (IA).....................................       1,000,000
Nisqually NWR Complex (WA)..............................       1,000,000
Northern Tallgrass Prairie NWR (MN/IA)..................         551,000
Ohio River Islands NWR (WV).............................       1,000,000
Pelican Island NWR (FL).................................       5,000,000
Petit Manan NWR (ME)....................................       1,000,000
Rachel Carson NWR (ME)..................................       1,000,000
Rappahannock River Valley NWR (VA)......................       2,000,000
Red Rock Lakes NWR (MT).................................         500,000
Rhode Island National Wildlife Complex (RI).............       1,000,000
Sacramento River NWR (CA)...............................       1,100,000
San Diego NWR (CA)......................................       4,600,000
San Joaquin River NWR (CA)..............................       2,000,000
Silvio O. Conte NFWR....................................       1,100,000
Southeast Louisiana NWR Complex (LA)....................         500,000
Togiak NWR (AK) (conservation easements)................       3,000,000
Waccamaw NWR (SC).......................................       2,000,000
Western Montana Project (MT)............................       3,000,000
White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery (WV).......         150,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Subtotal Acquisitions.............................      88,401,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Emergency/Hardships.....................................       2,000,000
Inholdings..............................................       2,000,000
Exchanges...............................................       1,000,000
Acquisition Management..................................      15,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     108,401,000

    The Committee is aware of concerns that the Fish and 
Wildlife Service real estate office is unable to process 
quickly pending requests from landowners to participate in the 
Dakota Tallgrass Prairie Project. The Committee urges the 
agency to provide additional staff resources to process 
requests and reduce any backlog.
    Within the amount recommended for the Silvio O. Conte NFWR, 
$350,000 is provided for the acquisition of conservation 
easements in New Hampshire in the Stewartson/Colebrook area.
    Acquisition of the 19,000 acres of property adjacent to the 
Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge represents a unique 
environmental opportunity to acquire and restore wetlands at 
the edge of San Francisco Bay where wetlands loss has been 
significant. Congress provided $8,000,000 in fiscal year 2001 
for the initial purchase of this property. The owner of the 
property is seeking $300,000,000 for the land. The Committee 
believes this amount is excessive. If there were to be a 
reasonable offer, the Committee would consider adding future 
funding.

                      LANDOWNER INCENTIVE PROGRAM

Appropriations, 2001....................................................
Budget estimate, 2002...................................................
House allowance.........................................     $50,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      50,000,000

    The Committee recommends $50,000,000 for the landowner 
incentive program. The Administration proposed this same amount 
as part of the land acquisition account. The Committee 
recommends funding it under this separate appropriations 
account to distinguish it from Federal land acquisition. This 
program is funded under the conservation spending category.
    This new program will provide funds for matching, 
competitively awarded grants for technical and financial 
assistance for landowner incentive programs geared toward 
private landowners, and will include habitat protection and 
restoration for the management of federally listed, proposed or 
candidate species, or other at-risk species on private lands. 
Eligible grantees include the States, the District of Columbia, 
Indian Tribes, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the 
Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa.

                           STEWARDSHIP GRANTS

Appropriations, 2001....................................................
Budget estimate, 2002...................................................
House allowance.........................................     $10,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,000,000

    The Committee recommends $10,000,000 for the stewardship 
grants program. The Administration proposed this same amount as 
part of the land acquisition account. The Committee recommends 
funding it under this separate appropriations account to 
distinguish it from Federal land acquisition. This program is 
funded under the conservation spending category.
    This new program will provide grants and other assistance 
to individuals and groups engaged in private conservation 
efforts that benefit federally listed, proposed or candidate 
species, or other at-risk species.

            COOPERATIVE ENDANGERED SPECIES CONSERVATION FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $104,694,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      54,694,000
House allowance.........................................     107,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      91,000,000

    The Committee recommends $91,000,000 for the cooperative 
endangered species conservation fund, an increase of 
$36,306,000 above the budget request, of which $1,235,000 is 
for Administration and $35,071,000 is for habitat conservation 
plan land acquisition. This program is funded under the 
conservation spending category.

                     NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $11,414,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      11,414,000
House allowance.........................................      16,414,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,414,000

    The Committee recommends $14,414,000 for the National 
wildlife refuge fund, an increase of $3,000,000 above the 
budget estimate provided for payments to counties.

               NORTH AMERICAN WETLANDS CONSERVATION FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $39,912,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      14,912,000
House allowance.........................................      45,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      42,000,000

    The Committee recommends $42,000,000 for the North American 
wetlands conservation fund, an increase of $27,088,000 above 
the budget estimate and an increase of $2,088,000 above the 
fiscal year 2001 enacted level.

                MULTINATIONAL SPECIES CONSERVATION FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $3,243,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       3,243,000
House allowance.........................................       4,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       4,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,000,000 for 
the multinational species conservation fund, an increase of 
$757,000 above the budget estimate and an increase of $757,000 
above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. Within the amounts 
provided, $1,000,000 is included for African elephants, 
$1,000,000 is for Asian elephants, $1,000,000 is for rhinoceros 
and tiger conservation, and $1,000,000 is for great ape 
conservation.

                       STATE WILDLIFE GRANTS FUND

                         (including recission)

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $49,890,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................................
House allowance.........................................     100,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     100,000,000

    The Committee recommends $100,000,000 for State wildlife 
grants, an increase of $100,000,000 above the budget request. 
Additionally, the Committee recommends rescinding the 
$49,890,000 in competitive State wildlife grants appropriated 
last fiscal year.
    The fiscal year 2002 funds are to be distributed to States 
and territories through a formula that is based 30 percent on 
land area and 70 percent on population. Each State or eligible 
entity must have developed, or committed to develop by October 
1, 2005, a comprehensive wildlife conservation plan that must 
be approved by the Secretary of the Interior or her designee. 
These plans are to address the conservation of each State's or 
eligible entity's broad range of wildlife.
    Each State or eligible entity has 2 years to enter into 
specific grant agreements with the Service using fiscal year 
2002 funding. If funds remain unobligated at the end of fiscal 
year 2003, the unobligated funds will be reapportioned to all 
States and eligible entities, together with any new 
appropriations provided in fiscal year 2004.
    The method for the distribution of funds, and the 
conditions associated thereto, consolidate the previously 
appropriated allocation grant program and the competitive grant 
program into a single allocation formula. Under the new 
program, States are required to comply with the planning and 
cost sharing requirements of the former competitive grants 
program but are guaranteed an allocation based on the new 
formula described above. The Committee is concerned that these 
grants result in on-the-ground improvements for wildlife as 
soon as possible and has included a requirement that fiscal 
year 2002 funds be obligated within 2 fiscal years.
    Not more than 3 percent of the appropriated amount may be 
used for Federal administration of the program. Administrative 
costs for each grantee should also be held to a minimum so that 
the maximum amount of funding is used for on-the-ground 
projects.

                         National Park Service


                 OPERATION OF THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,386,190,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,470,499,000
House allowance.........................................   1,480,336,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,473,128,000

    The Committee recommends $1,473,128,000 for Operation of 
the National Park System, an increase of $86,938,000 above the 
fiscal year 2001 level and $2,629,000 above the budget request. 
The increase above the current year level includes $44,687,000 
for fixed costs.
    Within the amounts provided, the Committee expects the 
National Park Service to continue to provide at least $500,000, 
the current level of support, for the National Conservation and 
Training Center and execute the payment within 60 days of 
enactment of this bill. Up to $3,500,000 of the funds provided 
for park operations may be used for training new employees in 
the fundamental policies and procedures all employees must 
follow for the accomplishment of Service goals. The amount 
provided also recognizes the transfers of $4,281,000 from the 
Visitor Services activity to the U.S. Park Police account, 
$3,300,000 to a new account for Park Police annuity benefits, 
and $650,000 to the Office of Inspector General for financial 
audits.
    The following table shows the amounts recommended by the 
Committee as compared with the budget estimate:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Park management:
    Resource stewardship.....................................     $312,327,000     $317,996,000      +$5,669,000
    Visitor services.........................................      288,543,000      298,343,000       +9,800,000
    Maintenance..............................................      477,197,000      480,701,000       +3,504,000
    Park support.............................................      265,871,000      271,490,000       +5,619,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, park management..............................    1,343,938,000    1,368,530,000      +24,592,000
                                                              ==================================================
External administrative costs................................      126,561,000      104,598,000      -21,963,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, Operation of the National Park Sys-  tem........    1,470,499,000    1,473,128,000       +2,629,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Further details regarding other program changes are 
described within each budget activity section.
    Resource stewardship.--The Committee recommends 
$317,996,000 for resource stewardship, an increase of 
$31,039,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. The 
amount provided includes $20,000,000 for the third year of the 
Natural Resource Challenge. The Committee supports National 
Park Service efforts to protect native species and natural 
habitats throughout the park system. Other increases include 
$853,000 for Everglades restoration and research, $1,200,000 to 
begin a new brucellosis monitoring program for bison at 
Yellowstone National Park, $500,000 for cultural resources 
management, $500,000 for Vanishing Treasurers, $2,000,000 for 
park increases, and $5,986,000 for fixed costs.
    Visitor services.--The Committee recommends $298,343,000 
for visitor services, an increase of $11,511,000 above the 
fiscal year 2001 enacted level. The increase amount includes 
$1,067,000 for improving structural fire safety at National 
Park Service facilities, $5,000,000 for park increases, and 
$6,442,000 for uncontrollable costs. These increases are 
partially offset by a reduction of $998,000 for one-time costs 
related to the Presidential Inaugural.
    Maintenance.--The Committee recommends $480,701,000 for 
maintenance, an increase of $22,390,000 above the fiscal year 
2001 enacted level. The increase consists of $10,000,000 to 
address the deferred maintenance backlog in the repair and 
rehabilitation program in Facility Maintenance, $2,000,000 for 
park operations, $2,031,000 for facility and project management 
information systems, $2,656,000 for facility condition 
assessments, $475,000 for safety hazard removal at the New 
River Gorge National River, and $10,217,000 for uncontrollable 
costs. These increases are partially offset by a decrease of 
$4,989,000 for the one-time costs to transfer the Minuteman 
Missile National Historic Site from the Department of Defense. 
The Committee supports the requested realignment of $2,994,000 
for condition assessments. Of the amounts provided, $250,000 is 
for the relocation of inholdings in the Minidoka Internment 
National Monument.
    Park support.--The Committee recommends $271,490,000 for 
park support, an increase of $11,821,000 above the fiscal year 
2001 enacted level. The amount provided includes increases of 
$200,000 for wild and scenic partnership rivers and $2,000,000 
for the challenge cost-share program. This increase is provided 
for the challenge cost-share program for activities associated 
with the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The 
Committee is aware of the tremendous interest in projects 
related to the bicentennial, having reviewed a project 
inventory compiled by the National Lewis and Clark Bicentennial 
Council that includes over 315 projects with projected costs of 
$350,000,000. The Committee has provided a limited amount to 
address the highest priority projects from this inventory, but 
the Committee must continue to give even higher priority to the 
missions and responsibilities of the Federal agencies funded in 
this bill. The funds provided should be awarded on a 
competitive basis for exhibits, interpretive or educational 
programs, resource preservation or other projects relating to 
the Lewis and Clark Trail. In selecting projects to be funded, 
the Service should emphasize cost-sharing, national 
significance, geographic distribution, and the degree to which 
projects will not result in undue ongoing operating costs to 
the Service or other Federal agencies. The Service should 
coordinate closely with the National Lewis and Clark 
Bicentennial Council to develop project selection criteria and 
work in accordance with the current interagency memorandum of 
understanding to ensure the participation of other Federal 
agencies. No single award shall be in excess of $100,000.
    External administrative costs.--The Committee recommends 
$104,598,000 for external administrative costs, an increase of 
$5,190,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. This 
increase is for fixed costs.
    The Committee understands that the amount provided for park 
management includes funds to continue support for the National 
Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.

                       UNITED STATES PARK POLICE

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $77,876,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      65,260,000
House allowance.........................................      65,260,000
Committee recommendation................................      66,106,000

    The Committee recommends $66,106,000 for the United States 
Park Police, a decrease of $11,770,000 below the fiscal year 
2001 enacted level. The decrease results from the establishment 
of a separate account for USPP retirement benefits. The amount 
provided includes $5,013,000 for fixed cost increases and 
$4,281,000 for an internal transfer from Operation of the 
National Park System. The increases are partially offset by 
$2,401,000 in decreases for one-time costs related to 
Washington Monument security enhancements and the Presidential 
Inauguration.

                   CONTRIBUTION FOR ANNUITY BENEFITS

    The Committee has included bill language under this heading 
which directs that the costs of the USPP pension plan be 
covered the same way as the U.S. Secret Service by establishing 
a permanent, indefinite account with payments made directly to 
the District of Columbia by the U.S. Treasury on an actual cost 
monthly basis. The cost associated with this legislative 
language is $22,000,000 in fiscal year 2002.

                  NATIONAL RECREATION AND PRESERVATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $59,827,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      48,039,000
House allowance.........................................      51,804,000
Committee recommendation................................      65,886,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $65,886,000 
for national recreation and preservation, an increase of 
$6,059,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and an 
increase of $17,847,000 to the budget request. A comparison of 
the Committee recommendation to the budget estimate follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Recreation programs..........................................         $549,000         $555,000          +$6,000
Natural programs.............................................       10,930,000       11,595,000         +665,000
Cultural programs............................................       20,019,000       20,451,000         +432,000
International park affairs...................................        1,718,000        1,732,000          +14,000
Environmental and compliance review..........................          397,000          401,000           +4,000
Grant administration.........................................        1,582,000        1,605,000          +23,000
Heritage Partnership Programs:
    Commissions and grants...................................        8,616,000       12,937,000       +4,321,000
    Technical support........................................          127,000          131,000           +4,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...............................................        8,743,000       13,068,000       +4,325,000
                                                              ==================================================
Statutory or contractual aid for other activities:
    Barnanoff Museum/Erskin House............................  ...............          250,000         +250,000
    Bishop Museum's Falls of Clyde...........................  ...............          300,000         +300,000
    Brown Foundation.........................................          101,000  ...............         -101,000
    Chesapeake Bay Gateways..................................          798,000        1,600,000         +802,000
    Dayton Aviation Heritage Commission......................           47,000          299,000         +252,000
    Denver Natural History and Science Museum................  ...............        2,000,000       +2,000,000
    Ice Age National Scientific Reserve......................          806,000          806,000  ...............
    Independence Mine........................................  ...............        1,500,000       +1,500,000
    Jamestown 2007...........................................  ...............          200,000         +200,000
    Johnstown Area Heritage Association......................           49,000           49,000  ...............
    Lamprey River............................................          200,000          500,000         +300,000
    Mandan On-a-Slant Village................................  ...............          750,000         +750,000
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Center...........................          528,000          528,000  ...............
    Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor Center..............  ...............          750,000         +750,000
    National Constitution Center.............................  ...............          500,000         +500,000
    Native Hawaiian culture and arts program.................          740,000          740,000  ...............
    New Orleans Jazz Commission..............................           66,000           66,000  ...............
    Penn Center National Landmark............................  ...............        1,000,000       +1,000,000
    Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission.......          766,000          766,000  ...............
    Route 66 National Historic Highway.......................  ...............          475,000         +475,000
    St. Charles Interpretive Center..........................  ...............        1,000,000       +1,000,000
    Vancouver National Historic Reserve......................  ...............          400,000         +400,000
    Vulcan monument..........................................  ...............        2,000,000       +2,000,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, statutory or contractual aid.................        4,101,000       16,479,000      +12,378,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, National recreation and preservation............       48,039,000       65,886,000      +17,847,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Recreation programs.--The Committee recommends an increase 
of $14,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level for 
recreation programs. The increase provided is for fixed costs.
    Natural programs.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$814,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level for natural 
programs. The increase provided includes $279,000 for fixed 
costs, $200,000 for Rivers and Trails Studies, and $335,000 for 
Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance. Within funds 
provided for Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance, 
$250,000 is to establish a 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail 
through the States of Vermont, New York, Maine, and New 
Hampshire. Within funds available for Rivers and Trails 
Studies, priority consideration should be given to a study of 
the Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail in 
Connecticut.
    The Committee is aware of efforts to modify and extend a 
scenic road and trail along the Rio Grande River in Laredo, 
Texas. The Committee directs the Service to provide such 
technical and other assistance as is appropriate for these 
projects.
    Cultural programs.--The Committee recommends a decrease of 
$256,000 below the fiscal year 2001 enacted level for cultural 
programs. The amount provided includes $393,000 for fixed 
costs. Funding is not continued in fiscal year 2002 for the 
Revolutionary War/War of 1812 study as the study will be 
concluded with funds appropriated in fiscal year 2001. Funding 
for the National Center for Preservation Training and 
Technology to design and implement a heritage education 
distance learning model will continue with $250,000 in fiscal 
year 2002. One-time funding provided in fiscal year 2001 for 
Heritage Preservation, Incorporated and Gettysburg Technical 
Assistance are not continued.
    International park affairs.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $30,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level 
for international park affairs. The increase provided is for 
fixed costs.
    Environmental and compliance review.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $9,000 above the fiscal year 2001 
enacted level for environmental and compliance review. The 
increase provided is for fixed costs.
    Grant administration.--The Committee recommends an increase 
of $51,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level for grant 
administration. The amount provided is for fixed costs.
    Heritage partnership programs.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $2,770,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level 
for heritage partnership programs.
    The Committee recommends the following distribution of 
funds:

        Project                                                   Amount

America's Agricultural Heritage Partnership...................$1,000,000
Augusta Canal National Heritage Area..........................   492,000
Automobile National Heritage Area.............................   500,000
Cache La Poudre River Corridor................................    50,000
Cane River National Heritage Area.............................   650,000
Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor................   423,000
Essex National Heritage Area.................................. 1,000,000
Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area....................   628,000
Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor........   500,000
John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage 
    Corridor.................................................. 1,000,000
Lackawanna Heritage Area......................................   354,000
National Coal Heritage Area...................................   210,000
Ohio and Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor................ 1,000,000
Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Heritage 
    Corridor.................................................. 1,000,000
Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area........................ 1,000,000
Schuylkill National Heritage Center...........................   210,000
Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District.....   500,000
South Carolina National Heritage Corridor..................... 1,000,000
Tennessee Civil War Heritage Area.............................   210,000
Wheeling National Heritage Area............................... 1,000,000
Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area..........................   210,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Subtotal, Commissions & Grants..........................12,937,000

    Statutory or contractual aid.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $2,613,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level 
for statutory or contractual aid. The distribution of funds is 
shown in the table at the beginning of this section.

                    Urban parks and recreation fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $29,934,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................................
House allowance.........................................      30,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      20,000,000

    The Committee recommends $20,000,000 for the urban parks 
and recreation fund, a decrease of $10,000,000 from the fiscal 
year 2001 level.

                       HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $94,239,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      67,055,000
House allowance.........................................      77,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      74,000,000

    The Committee recommends $74,000,000 for the historic 
preservation fund, an increase of $6,945,000 above the budget 
request and a decrease of $20,239,000 below the fiscal year 
2001 enacted level. The amount provided includes $39,000,000 in 
Grants in Aid to States, $3,000,000 in Grants in Aid to Tribes, 
and $30,000,000 for Save America's Treasures. An endowment of 
$2,000,000 for the National Trust for Historic Preservation to 
address maintenance needs at 20 National Trust Historic Sites 
is also included.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $300,312,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     339,802,000
House allowance.........................................     349,249,000
Committee recommendation................................     338,585,000

    The Committee recommends $338,585,000 for National Park 
Service construction, a decrease of $1,217,000 below the budget 
estimate and an increase of $38,273,000 above the fiscal year 
2001 enacted level. Changes from the budget request are shown 
in the table below:

                   NATIONAL PARK SERVICE CONSTRUCTION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                 Project                  Budget Request  recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Acadia NP, ME (upgrade utilities and               4,972  ..............
 campgrounds)...........................
Adams Family Memorial, DC (planning)....  ..............           1,000
Apostle Islands NL, WI (utility systems)             796  ..............
Arches NP, UT (visitor center planning).  ..............             600
Assateague Island National Seashore, MD   ..............             400
 (upgrade water treatment plant)........
Assateague Island National Seashore, MD   ..............             700
 (Coastal Barrier Island Education
 Center planning & design)..............
Big Cypress NP, FL (rehabilitate off-              5,000           2,500
 road vehicle trails)...................
Biscayne NP, FL (stabilization of                  2,000           1,000
 Stiltsville structures)................
Blue Ridge Parkway, NC (rehabilitate               3,796           3,796
 guardrails)............................
Boston NHP, MA (rehabilitate Bunker Hill           3,751           3,751
 monument)..............................
Brown v. Board of Education NHS, KS                2,475           2,475
 (rehabilitate Monroe School)...........
Cane River Creole NHP, LA (Oakland                 1,983           1,983
 Plantation stabilization and
 preservation)..........................
Cape Cod NS, MA (Salt Pond visitor                   710             710
 center completion).....................
Cape Cod NS, MA (Highlands Arts Center    ..............           1,000
 design and repairs)....................
Cape Hatteras NS, NC (complete                     1,173           1,173
 lighthouse relocation project).........
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal NHP, DC                  1,838  ..............
 (preserve Georgetown waterfront masonry
 walls).................................
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal NHP, MD                  6,415           6,415
 (stabilize Monocacy Aqueduct)..........
Colonial NHP, VA (preserve Poor Potter               718             718
 archaeological site)...................
Dayton Aviation NHP, OH (Huffman & west   ..............           3,100
 exhibits)..............................
Denali NP&P;, AK (entrance visitor         ..............           7,750
 facilities)............................
Downeast Heritage Center, ME............  ..............           2,000
Ellis Island, NJ/NY (repair seawall)....  ..............           2,000
Everglades NP, FL (modified water                 19,199          19,199
 delivery system).......................
Everglades NP, FL (Flamingo wastewater             4,192           4,192
 system)................................
Fort McHenry NM & HS, MD (repair                   1,480           1,480
 historic seawall)......................
Fort Washington Park, MD (repair masonry           1,000             700
 wall)..................................
Franklin D. Roosevelt NHS, NY (construct           5,630           5,630
 FDR Library visitor center)............
Gateway NRA, NY (complete Jacob Riis               4,130           4,130
 Park rehabilitation)...................
Gateway NRA, NJ (Sandy Hook access).....           2,346           2,346
George Washington Memorial Parkway, MD             2,000           2,400
 (complete rehabilitation of Glen Echo
 facilities)............................
George Washington Memorial Parkway, VA             2,154  ..............
 (rehabilitate Arlington House,
 outbuildings and grounds)..............
Glacier NP, MT (Many Glacier Hotel                 6,000           6,000
 emergency stabilization)...............
Glacier NP, MT (reconstruct Apgar                  5,485           5,485
 District and Headquarters water system)
Glacier Bay NP&P;, AK (construct                    4,233  ..............
 maintenance support facility)..........
Glen Canyon NRA, UT (Wahweap sewage                5,138  ..............
 system)................................
Golden Gate NRA, CA (Immigration Museum   ..............             500
 study).................................
Golden Gate NRA, CA (Pier 2 seismic               13,000          13,000
 safety)................................
Grand Canyon NP, AZ (rehabilitate South              987             987
 Rim comfort stations)..................
Grand Portage NM, MN (heritage center)..  ..............           4,640
Great Basin NP, NV (visitor learning      ..............             500
 center planning and design)............
Great Smoky Mountains NP, TN (replace              4,703           4,703
 science facilities)....................
Great Smoky Mountains NP, TN (restore     ..............             375
 log cabins)............................
Harpers Ferry NHP, WV (restoration and    ..............           1,890
 rehabilitation of train station).......
Hispanic Cultural Center, NM............  ..............           1,800
Horace Albright Training Center, AZ                6,876           6,876
 (rehabilitate center)..................
Hot Springs NP, AR (rehabilitation).....           2,741           2,741
Independence NHP, PA (replace walkways).             966             966
Independence NHP, PA (utilities and                6,583           6,583
 exhibits at 2nd Bank)..................
Jamestown 2007, VA (collections storage)  ..............           1,288
Jean Lafitte NHP, LA (rehabilitate        ..............             500
 Decatur House & Chalmette Battle-
 field).................................
John Day Fossil Beds NM, OR (construct             8,421           8,421
 paleontological center and rehabilitate
 headquarters)..........................
John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley    ..............           1,000
 NHA....................................
Keweenaw NHP, MI (restore historic Union           2,500           2,500
 Building)..............................
Keweenaw NHP, MI (renovation of Quincy    ..............           1,000
 smelter)...............................
Klondike Goldrush NHP, AK (renovations    ..............             175
 and store restoration).................
Lava Beds NM, CA (replace visitor                  4,131           4,131
 center)................................
Lincoln Home NHS, IL (Miller House and    ..............             960
 Barn)..................................
Lincoln Library, IL.....................  ..............           5,000
Little Bighorn Battlefield NM National    ..............           2,300
 Indian Memorial, MT....................
Manassas National Battlefield Park, VA             1,436  ..............
 (stabilize historic structures)........
Mesa Verde NP, CO (water systems).......           4,037           4,037
Morris Thomson Visitor and Native         ..............           1,500
 Cultural Center, AK....................
National Capital Parks-Central, DC                 2,600           2,600
 (complete Jefferson Memorial
 rehabilitation)........................
National Capital Parks-Central, DC                 1,562           1,562
 (upgrade Ford's Theater and Peterson's
 House).................................
National Capital Parks-Central, DC                 4,992           4,992
 (preserve Lincoln Memorial)............
National Center for the American          ..............             350
 Revolution, PA (development concept
 planning)..............................
New River Gorge NSR, WV (upgrade water    ..............             475
 system)................................
Office of the Director (partnership with           5,000  ..............
 National Park Foundation)..............
Olympic NP, WA (Elwha River restoration)          25,847          20,000
Oregon Caves NM, OR (replace quonset hut           1,004  ..............
 and headquarters building).............
Palace of the Governors, NM (complete     ..............           5,000
 federal contribution to annex).........
Petrified Forest NP, AZ (replace water             5,929           5,929
 line)..................................
Point Reyes NS, CA (lighthouse access,             1,285           1,285
 utilities).............................
Puukohola Heaiu NHS, HI (relocate                    837             837
 maintenance facilities)................
Redwood NP, CA (remove failing roads)...           2,552           2,552
Saint Croix Island IHS, ME (provide                  713  ..............
 basic facilities)......................
San Francisco Maritime NHP, CA                     9,278           2,000
 (rehabilitate C.A. Thayer).............
Sequoia NP, CA (complete restoration of            1,480           1,480
 Giant Forest)..........................
Shiloh NMP, MS (complete construction of  ..............           3,062
 Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center).
Timucuan Preserve, FL (visitor access,    ..............             500
 signs and exhibits)....................
Tumacacori NHP, AZ (relocate maintenance             944             944
 and administrative facili-  ties)......
Tuskegee Airmen NHS, AL (Moton Field      ..............           1,000
 rehabilitation and restoration)........
Ulysses S. Grant NHS, MO (restore                  7,117           7,117
 historic structures)...................
Vancouver NHR, WA (Barracks repairs)....  ..............           2,000
Vicksburg NMP, MS (Mint Spring            ..............             920
 stabilization).........................
White House, DC (structural and utility            6,500           2,600
 rehabilitation)........................
Wrangell St. Elias NP, AK (exhibits)....  ..............             700
Yellowstone NP, WY (replace Norris water           2,008           2,008
 and wastewater treatment facilities)...
Yellowstone NP, WY (replace deficient              7,224           7,224
 collections storage and build
 collections management facility).......
Yellowstone NP, WY (rehabilitate Park              4,730  ..............
 headquarters building).................
                                         -------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................         246,597         250,143
                                         ===============================
Emergency and Unscheduled Projects......           3,500           3,500
Housing Replacement.....................          15,000          10,000
Dam Safety..............................           2,700           2,700
Equipment Replacement...................          17,960          17,960
Construction Planning (10 percent)......          16,250          16,250
Pre-design and Supplementary Services...           9,150           9,150
Construction Program Management and               17,405          17,642
 Operations.............................
General Management Planning.............          11,240          11,240
                                         -------------------------------
      Subtotal..........................          93,205          88,442
                                         ===============================
      TOTAL, NPS Construction...........         339,802         338,585
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee provides $1,000,000 for the planning and 
design, in cooperation with non-Federal partners, of a memorial 
commemorating President John Adams, Abigail Adams, and 
President John Quincy Adams for their significant contributions 
to the United States.
    The Committee supports the efforts of the National Park 
Service and its partners to commemorate the centennial of 
flight, and we encourage the Dayton Aviation Heritage 
Commission and the First Flight Centennial Foundation in North 
Carolina to cooperate in making the one-hundredth anniversary 
of manned flight a national celebration.
    The Committee is aware of the substandard employee housing 
provided at some units of the National Park System. The 
Committee therefore recommends a 100 percent increase to 
$10,000,000 for housing replacement. Of the funds provided for 
construction planning, $287,000 is for planning the restoration 
of the Bodie Island Lighthouse on Cape Hatteras National 
Seashore and $200,000 is for the Chilkoot Trail at Klondike 
Gold Rush National Historic Park.

                    LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND


                              (rescission)

Appropriations, 2001....................................    -$30,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     -30,000,000
House allowance.........................................     -30,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     -30,000,000

    The Committee recommends a rescission of $30,000,000 in 
annual contract authority provided by 16 U.S.C. 460l-10a. This 
authority has not been used in recent years and there are no 
plans to use it in fiscal year 2002.

                 LAND ACQUISITION AND STATE ASSISTANCE

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $215,141,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     557,036,000
House allowance.........................................     261,036,000
Committee recommendation................................     287,036,000

    The Committee recommends $287,036,000 for land acquisition 
and State assistance, an increase of $71,895,000 above the 
enacted level and a reduction of $270,000,000 below the budget 
request.
    The following table shows the Committee recommendation:

                                                               Committee
        Area and State                                    Recommendation

Adams National Historic Park (MA).......................      $2,000,000
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park (CO).........         329,000
Brandywine Battlefield (PA).............................       1,500,000
Cape Cod National Seashore (MA).........................       2,000,000
Civil War Battlefields..................................      11,000,000
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park (Fern Lake) (KY/
    VA).................................................       1,000,000
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park (OH)....         750,000
Denali National Park and Preserve (AK)..................       1,200,000
Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve (WA)...........       1,000,000
Everglades: Grant to the State of Florida...............      15,000,000
Everglades: Modified Water Delivery Project.............      16,000,000
Fort Smith National Historic Site (AR/OK)...............         850,000
Fort Sumter National Monument (SC)......................       1,750,000
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields 
    Memorial National Military Park (VA)................       2,000,000
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (CA)...............       1,000,000
Grand Teton National Park (WY) (Feuz conservation 
    easements)..........................................       4,000,000
Great Sand Dunes Monument and Preserve (CO).............       4,000,000
Guilford Courthouse National Military Park (NC).........         800,000
Gulf Islands National Seashore (MS).....................      10,000,000
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (HI).....................       7,000,000
Ice Age National Scenic Trail (WI)......................       3,500,000
Keweenaw National Historic Park (MI)....................         800,000
Lowell National Historic Park (MA)......................         857,000
New River Gorge National River (WV).....................       6,800,000
Nez Perce National Historical Park--Canoe Camp and 
    Weippe Prairie (ID).................................       2,000,000
Point Reyes National Seashore (CA)......................         500,000
Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park (HI).........         500,000
Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site (CO).........         300,000
Shenandoah Valley battlefields National Historic 
    District (VA).......................................         500,000
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (MI).............       1,100,000
Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve (FL)..........       1,500,000
Vicksburg National Military Park (MS) (Pemberton HQ)....         500,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Subtotal..........................................     100,036,000
Emergency/Hardships.....................................       4,000,000
Inholdings/Exchanges....................................       5,000,000
Land Acquisition Administration.........................      12,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total Federal.....................................     123,036,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Stateside Grants........................................     160,000,000
State Assistance Grant Administration...................       4,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Subtotal, NPS State land acquisition..............     154,000,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     287,036,000

    The Committee has retained the current allocation formula 
for stateside grants.
    The Committee recognizes the demonstrated accomplishment of 
the Civil War Battlefield Preservation program, and therefore 
recommends $11,000,000 for this program similar to the 
appropriation provided in fiscal year 1999. The Committee 
expects at least a 1:1 cost-share for these funds. The 
Committee also expects this appropriation to be sufficient for 
such battlefield acquisition for the next 3 years.
    The Committee has provided funds for the Grand Teton 
National Park. These funds are to be used to purchase 
conservation easements on the Feuz Ranch. The easements will 
provide critical habitat protection for this scenic entrance to 
the Grand Teton National Park as well as secure a ranching 
heritage.
    The Committee recommends funds for the Timucuan Ecological 
& Historic Preserve with the understanding that the funds will 
be matched by the City of Jacksonville.
    Funds included for Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historic 
Park and Vicksburg National Military Park are subject to 
authorization.

                          ENERGY AND MINERALS


                         U.S. Geological Survey


                 surveys, investigations, and research

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $880,106,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     813,376,000
House allowance.........................................     900,489,000
Committee recommendation................................     892,474,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $892,474,000 
for surveys, investigations, and research of the U.S. 
Geological Survey [USGS].
    The following table provides a comparison of the 
Committee's fiscal year 2002 recommendations with the budget 
estimate:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
National mapping program:
    National data collection and integration.................      $54,172,000      $57,172,000      +$3,000,000
    Earth science information management and delivery........       33,382,000       35,382,000       +2,000,000
    Geographic research and applications.....................       36,114,000       37,212,000       +1,098,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, national mapping program.....................      123,668,000      129,766,000       +6,098,000
                                                              ==================================================
Geologic hazards, resources, and processes:
    Geologic hazards assessments.............................       73,704,000       75,704,000       +2,000,000
    Geologic landscape and coastal assessments...............       64,240,000       73,977,000       +9,737,000
    Geologic resource assessments............................       75,859,000       79,855,000       +3,996,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, geologic hazards, resources, and processes...      213,803,000      229,536,000      +15,733,000
                                                              ==================================================
Water resources investigations:
    Water resources assessment and research..................       65,123,000       93,723,000      +28,600,000
    Water data collection and management.....................       30,042,000       37,285,000       +7,243,000
    Federal-State program....................................       64,318,000       64,318,000  ...............
    Water Resources Research Institutes......................  ...............        5,460,000       +5,460,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, water resources investigations...............      159,483,000      200,786,000      +41,303,000
                                                              ==================================================
Biological research:
    Biological research and monitoring.......................      126,860,000      132,037,000       +5,177,000
    Biological information management and delivery...........        8,432,000       18,417,000       +9,985,000
    Cooperative research units...............................       13,970,000       13,970,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, biological research..........................      149,262,000      164,424,000      +15,162,000
                                                              ==================================================
Science support..............................................       81,266,000       81,266,000  ...............
Facilities...................................................       85,894,000       86,696,000         +802,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, surveys, investigations, and re-  search........      813,376,000      892,474,000      +79,098,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National mapping program.--The Committee recommends 
$129,766,000 for the national mapping program, $6,098,000 above 
the 2002 budget estimate and $660,000 below the fiscal year 
2001 level. Increases above the 2001 level include $1,829,000 
to meet additional fixed costs, and $3,000,000 for the 
management and operations of land-observing satellites. 
Decreases include $500,000 for the consolidation of earth 
science information centers, $1,996,000 for internet access, 
and $2,993,000 for high performance computing and 
communications in agreement with the budget estimate. The 
Committee has restored a proposed reduction of $2,000,000 for 
the archive and delivery of satellite data at the EROS Data 
Center.
    Geological hazards, resources, and processes.--The 
Committee recommends $229,536,000 for the geologic hazards, 
resources, and processes activity, $15,733,000 above the budget 
request and $4,215,000 above the 2001 level, including 
increases above the 2001 level of $3,761,000 for 
uncontrollables costs, $2,000,000 for installation of volcano 
monitoring equipment in Shemya, a site critical for the 
National Missile Defense program, $500,000 to continue coastal 
erosion studies in cooperation with North Carolina State 
agencies and universities, $500,000 to begin geological 
investigations of land subsidence, sea-level rise and hurricane 
risk in southeast Louisiana, $451,000 for geophysical mapping 
of Lake Mojave, and $1,522,000 to assess and quantify the 
resource potential for coal bed methane in rural Alaska. The 
Committee has accepted proposed decreases of $500,000 for the 
central Great Lakes mapping project, $998,000 for the coastal 
pilot project, $499,000 for LIDAR technology in the Puget Sound 
region, $1,000,000 for cooperative geologic mapping, and 
$1,522,000 for the Alaska Minerals Information project. The 
Committee has restored $4,987,000 for cooperative geologic 
mapping, maintaining $500,000 to conduct projects that will 
complement the groundwater studies, $299,000 to continue work 
in Lake Mead. The Committee has also maintained funding at the 
2001 level to continue Yukon Flats geologic studies, $250,000 
for a cooperative agreement with the University of Hawaii-Hilo, 
$2,000,000 for international mineral analysis, $3,000,000 for 
monitoring activities at the Alaska Volcano Observatory, 
$3,000,000 for global change research and $1,000,000 for 
cooperative coastal erosion studies in South Carolina.
    Water resources investigations.--The Committee recommends 
$200,786,000 for water resources investigations, $2,727,000 
below the fiscal year 2001 level and $41,303,000 above the 2002 
budget request. Increases above the 2001 level include 
$2,794,000 for fixed costs and $200,000 for a study of 
extremophilic life in Berkeley Pit Lake to be undertaken in 
cooperation with Montana Tech. Decreases include $3,596,000 to 
the National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) program, $329,000 
for completed work on a groundwater study in Southern Maryland, 
and $1,796,000 for water information delivery. Within the 
Committee's overall recommendations, funds are designated for 
the following: $484,000 for the Lake Champlain monitoring 
program, $195,000 for continuation of a Noyes Slough, Alaska 
study, $449,000 to monitor and protect water resources in the 
State of Hawaii, $105,000 for completion of a Southern Maryland 
groundwater study, and $325,000 for continuation of 
hydrological studies in the Methow Valley river system.
    Biological research.--The Committee recommends $164,424,000 
for biological research, $3,855,000 above the fiscal year 2001 
level and $15,162,000 above the 2002 budget request. Increases 
above the 2001 level include $2,904,000 for fixed costs, 
$400,000 for the Leetown Science Center to conduct molecular 
biology studies, $300,000 for a study of the pallid sturgeon at 
the Columbia Environmental Research Center, $250,000 for a 
study of diamondback terrapins in the Chesapeake Bay, and 
$500,000 for the NBII node in Hawaii. A decrease of $499,000 
has been taken for a study of ballast water. Within funds 
provided, $748,000 is included for continuation of the Mark 
Twain National Forest mining study in cooperation with the 
water resources activity and the Forest Service.
    Science support.--The Committee recommends $81,266,000 for 
science support activities, $7,534,000 above the fiscal year 
2001 level and the same as the 2002 budget estimate.
    Facilities.--The Committee recommends $86,696,000 for 
facilities, a decrease of $1,645,000 from the fiscal year 2001 
level and $802,000 above the 2002 budget estimate. Increases to 
the 2001 level include $7,480,000 in fixed costs and $2,000,000 
for construction of phase one of the proposed expansion to the 
National Fish Health Laboratory at the Leetown Science Center. 
Decreases include $11,224,000 in technical adjustments and one-
time supplemental funding, $300,000 for planning and design 
work at the Leetown Science Center and $499,000 for work at the 
Wellsboro Research Laboratory.

                      Minerals Management Service


                royalty and offshore minerals management

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $133,116,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     149,368,000
House allowance.........................................     149,867,000
Committee recommendation................................     151,933,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $151,933,000 
for royalty and offshore minerals management, an increase of 
$2,565,000 above the budget request. The Committee has provided 
$10,727,000 for fixed cost increases. A comparison of the 
budget estimates and the Committee recommendations are shown in 
the following table:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Outer Continental Shelf lands:
    Leasing and environmental program........................      $38,573,000      $38,772,000        +$199,000
    Resource evaluation......................................       23,389,000       25,210,000       +1,821,000
    Regulatory program.......................................       49,073,000       49,407,000         +334,000
    Information management program...........................       14,894,000       14,960,000          +66,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Outer Continental Shelf lands................      125,929,000      128,349,000       +2,420,000
                                                              ==================================================
Royalty management:
    Compliance...............................................       48,106,000       48,539,000         +433,000
    Revenue and operations...................................       35,223,000       35,467,000         +244,000
    Indian allottee refunds..................................           15,000           15,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, royalty management...........................       83,344,000       84,021,000         +677,000
                                                              ==================================================
General administration:
    Executive direction......................................        2,003,000        2,025,000          +22,000
    Policy and management improvement........................        4,036,000        4,078,000          +42,000
    Administrative operations................................       16,770,000       16,174,000         -596,000
    General support services.................................       20,016,000       20,016,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, general administration.......................       42,825,000       42,293,000         -532,000
                                                              ==================================================
Use of receipts..............................................     -102,730,000     -102,730,000  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, royalty and offshore minerals management........      149,368,000      151,933,000       +2,565,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Within the funds for resource evaluation, the Committee has 
provided $800,000 for royalty and offshore minerals management 
for the Center for Marine Resources and Environmental 
Technology program to support exploration and sustainable 
development of seabed minerals. The Committee has also provided 
$800,000 for the Marine Mineral Technology Center in Alaska to 
conduct assessments on potential gold reserves off the coast of 
Nome.
    Within the funds provided for the regulatory program, 
$1,400,000 shall be used to support operations and research 
activities of the Offshore Technology Research Center. The 
Committee has reduced the budget request for the Administrative 
operations activity by $800,000. These funds were requested to 
conduct an external audit of the agency's financial 
information. The Committee has instead provided funds for 
external auditing of all the bureaus in the Department of the 
Interior directly to the Inspector General.
    The Committee has continued bill language similar to 
language included in the fiscal year 2001 appropriations act 
under general provisions, Department of the Interior to 
prohibit the use of funds for Outer Continental Shelf leasing 
and development activities in certain areas. The Committee 
notes again, as it has in past fiscal years, that development 
activities outside of approved areas identified in the agency's 
5-year Outer Continental Shelf development plan are not 
permitted under law.
    The Committee understands that the process of projecting 
offsetting receipts 1 to 2 years into the future is, at best, 
an uncertain business. Recognizing this, the Committee has 
again given the Minerals Management Service the authority to 
utilize receipts accruing from rental rates in effect prior to 
August 5, 1993 to augment the primary sources of receipts 
should this be necessary to reach the operating levels intended 
by this Committee.

                           OIL SPILL RESEARCH

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $6,105,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       6,105,000
House allowance.........................................       6,105,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,118,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $6,118,000 for 
oil spill research, $13,000 above the request. The increase is 
for fixed costs.

          Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement


                       REGULATION AND TECHNOLOGY

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $100,854,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     102,175,000
House allowance.........................................     103,175,000
Committee recommendation................................     102,419,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $102,419,000 
for regulation and technology, which is an increase of $244,000 
above the budget estimate. A comparison of the budget estimate 
and the Committee recommendation is as follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environmental restoration....................................         $160,000         $161,000          +$1,000
Environmental protection.....................................       76,741,000       76,911,000         +170,000
Technology development and transfer..........................       12,151,000       12,222,000          +71,000
Financial management.........................................          477,000          481,000           +4,000
Executive direction..........................................       12,371,000       12,369,000           -2,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, regulation and technology....................      101,900,000      102,144,000         +244,000
                                                              ==================================================
Civil penalties..............................................          275,000          275,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, regulation and technology.......................      102,175,000      102,419,000         +244,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee has provided $1,810,000 for fixed costs, an 
increase of $344,000 above the request.
    The Committee has reduced the request for the executive 
direction activity by $100,000. The amount requested was for 
conducting an external audit of the agency's financial 
information. The Committee has instead provided funds for 
external auditing of all the bureaus in the Department of the 
Interior directly to the Inspector General.

                    Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund

                         (Definite, Trust Fund)

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $201,992,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     166,783,000
House allowance.........................................     203,554,000
Committee recommendation................................     203,171,000

    The Committee recommends $203,171,000 for the abandoned 
mine reclamation fund, which is an increase above the budget 
estimate of $36,388,000 and an increase of $1,179,000 above the 
fiscal year 2001 enacted level. The Committee has included 
$971,000 for fixed costs, an increase of $187,000 above the 
request. A comparison of the Committee recommendation and the 
budget estimate is as follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environmental restoration....................................     $149,926,000     $186,299,000     +$36,373,000
Technology development and transfer..........................        4,136,000        4,149,000          +13,000
Financial management.........................................        6,070,000        6,114,000          +44,000
Executive direction..........................................        6,651,000        6,609,000          -42,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................      166,783,000      203,171,000      +36,388,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee has included $10,000,000 for the Appalachian 
clean streams initiative to address acid mine drainage 
problems.
    The Committee remains concerned about the significant 
amount of high priority mine reclamation work that must be 
completed. Accordingly, the Committee has increased the budget 
request for the environmental restoration activity by 
$36,373,000. The increase is comprised of $35,000,000 for State 
grants and $1,300,000 for Federal high priority reclamation 
projects. The remainder of the increase is for fixed costs.
    The Committee has reduced the request for the executive 
direction activity by $99,000. The amount requested was for 
conducting an external audit of the agency's financial 
information. The Committee has instead provided funds for 
external auditing of all the bureaus in the Department of the 
Interior directly to the Inspector General.
    The Committee directs that from the $1,600,000 minimum 
program State grant for Alaska, $800,000 shall be used for 
restoration and hazardous waste clean up at the Independence 
Mine in the Matanuska Susitna Borough. The Committee expects 
that the Office of Surface Mining will continue to collaborate 
with the Waste Management Education and Research Consortium 
(WERC) and the Bureau of Land Management in the technical 
characterization and remediation of abandoned mine sites 
throughout the United States.
    Bill language.--As in prior years, the bill includes 
language related to the conduct of the abandoned mine land 
program. The Committee has included language that maintains the 
Federal emergency reclamation program and limits expenditures 
in any one State to 25 percent of the total appropriated for 
Federal and State-run emergency programs. Language also is 
included in the bill to permit States to use prior-year 
carryover funds from the emergency program without being 
subject to the 25-percent statutory limitation per State. The 
Committee also has recommended language in the bill which would 
fund minimum program State grants at $1,600,000 per State as 
well as language which provides $10,000,000 to be used for 
projects in the Appalachian clean streams initiative.
    The Committee also has included language specific to the 
State of Maryland authorizing the State to set aside the 
greater of $1,000,000 or 10 percent of the total of the grants 
made available to the State under title IV of the Surface 
Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977, subject to specific 
provisions identified in the bill language.

                             INDIAN AFFAIRS


                        Bureau of Indian Affairs


                      OPERATION OF INDIAN PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,737,378,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,780,486,000
House allowance.........................................   1,790,781,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,804,322,000

    The Committee recommends $1,804,322,000 for fiscal year 
2002 for the operation of Indian programs, an increase of 
$65,743,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and 
$23,835,000 above the budget estimate. The Committee recommends 
all requested transfers and full funding for fixed costs, which 
total $24,101,000. Additionally, the Committee continues the 
commitment made over the past 2 fiscal years and recommends the 
full requested level of funding for school construction, school 
facilities improvement and repairs, law enforcement, school 
operations, and Indian trust programs. The following table 
provides a comparison of the budget estimate with the Committee 
recommendation:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      Budget         Committee
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      TRIBAL BUDGET SYSTEM

Tribal Priority Allocations:
    Tribal government...........................................         377,281         377,281  ..............
    Human services..............................................         151,199         151,199  ..............
    Education...................................................          50,036          50,036  ..............
    Public safety and justice...................................           1,417           1,417  ..............
    Community development.......................................          39,784          39,784  ..............
    Resources management........................................          56,743          56,743  ..............
    Trust services..............................................          49,205          53,205          +4,000
    General administration......................................          24,815          24,815  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Tribal Priority Allocations.....................         750,480         754,480          +4,000
                                                                 ===============================================
Other Recurring Programs:
    Education:
        School operations:
            Forward-funded......................................         436,427         436,427  ..............
            Other school operations.............................          67,588          67,588  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
              Subtotal, School operations.......................         504,015         504,015  ..............

        Continuing education....................................          39,118          41,118          +2,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Education...................................         543,133         545,133          +2,000
                                                                 ===============================================
    Resources management........................................          36,295          41,920          +5,625
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Other Recurring Programs........................         579,428         587,053          +7,625
                                                                 ===============================================
Non-Recurring Programs:
    Tribal government...........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    Community development.......................................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Resources management........................................          30,906          32,711          +1,805
    Trust services..............................................          36,866          37,012            +146
    Yakima Nation Signal Peak road..............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Non-Recurring Programs..........................          67,772          73,723          +5,951
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total, Tribal Budget System...............................       1,397,680       1,415,256         +17,576
                                                                 ===============================================
                         BIA OPERATIONS

Central Office Operations:
    Tribal government...........................................           2,649           2,649  ..............
    Human services..............................................             909             909  ..............
    Community development.......................................             886             886  ..............
    Resources management........................................           3,476           3,476  ..............
    Trust services..............................................           3,129           3,129  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
    General administration:
        Education program management............................           2,435           2,435  ..............
        Other general administration............................          44,621          44,622              +1
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, General administration......................          47,056          47,057              +1
                                                                 ===============================================
          Subtotal, Central Office Operations...................          58,105          58,106              +1
                                                                 ===============================================
Regional Office Operations:
    Tribal government...........................................           1,324           1,324  ..............
    Human services..............................................           3,067           3,067  ..............
    Community development.......................................             847             847  ..............
    Resources management........................................           4,365           4,365  ..............
    Trust services..............................................          23,669          23,669  ..............
    General administration......................................          29,407          29,407  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Regional Office Operations......................          62,679          62,679  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Special Programs and Pooled Overhead:
    Education...................................................          16,039          16,039  ..............
    Public safety and justice...................................         160,652         160,652  ..............
    Community development.......................................           3,543           8,802          +5,259
    Resources management........................................           1,311           1,311  ..............
    General administration......................................          80,477          81,477          +1,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Special Programs and Pooled Overhead............         262,022         268,281          +6,259
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total, BIA Operations.....................................         382,806         389,066          +6,260
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total, Operation of Indian Programs.......................       1,780,486       1,804,322         +23,836
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Tribal priority allocations.--The Committee recommends 
$754,480,000 for tribal priority allocations (TPA), an increase 
of $21,454,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and an 
increase of $5,300,000 above the budget request, of which 
$4,000,000, $2,000,000 is for real estate services (trust 
services), and $2,000,000 is to be used to address the probate 
backlog (trust services). Additionally, the Committee directs 
the Bureau to continue funding the Inchelium Public Ferry that 
connects remote sections of the Colville Indian Reservation to 
educational and health care services.
    Other recurring programs.--The Committee recommends 
$587,053,000 for other recurring programs, an increase of 
$20,197,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and an 
increase of $7,625,000 above the budget request. Increases 
above the request include $2,000,000 for operating grants for 
Tribally Controlled Community Colleges, $1,000,000 for the 
western Washington shellfish program (Boldt decision), 
$3,541,000 for the Timber-Fish-Wildlife Project, $454,000 for 
the bison program, and $150,000 for evaluation and management 
of rare species by the Nez Perce Tribe.
    Non-recurring programs.--The Committee recommends 
$73,723,000 for non-recurring programs, an increase of 
$2,531,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and an 
increase of $5,951,000 above the budget request. Increases 
above the request include $2,000,000 for the Distance Learning 
Project (community development), $1,000,000 for a grant to the 
Cherion Foundation to expand physician assistant training 
opportunities (community development), $500,000 for the Tribal 
Guiding Program (community development), $450,000 to be used by 
the Uintah and Ouray Agency to reduce the oil and gas 
permitting backlog (resources management), $1,355,000 for the 
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe's Prairie Management Plan (resources 
management), and $146,000 for improvements in trust services 
provided by the Alaska Legal Services program (trust services).
    Central Office Operations.--The Committee recommends 
$58,106,000 for central office operations, a $370,000 increase 
above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and fully commensurate 
with the budget request.
    Regional Office Operations.--The Committee recommends 
$62,679,000 for regional office operations, an increase of 
$7,365,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and fully 
commensurate with the budget request.
    Special programs and pooled overhead.--The Committee 
recommends $268,281,000 for special programs and pooled 
overhead, an increase of $13,826,000 above the fiscal year 2001 
enacted level and an increase of $6,259,000 above the budget 
request. Increases above the request include $500,000 for the 
Indian Arts and Craft Board (of which $250,000 is for 
enhancements to the Pomo Indian exhibits at the Grace Hudson 
Museum in Ukiah, CA, and $250,000 is for the Alaska Market 
Access Program proposed by the State of Alaska), $509,000 for 
the United Tribes Technical College, $350,000 for the United 
Sioux Tribe Development Corporation, $100,000 for the Ponca 
Tribe of Nebraska Economic Development Plan (community 
development), $1,500,000 for the Crownpoint Institute of 
Technology, $1,300,000 for development of an Alaska Native 
Aviation Training Program (community development), and 
$1,000,000 in general administration/facilities management for 
GSA rentals, and $1,000,000 for the Yuut Elitnauviat People's 
Learning Center to be used to address vocational training. 
Prior to the release of these funds for the learning center, a 
report regarding the initial plans for the learning center 
shall be provided to the Committee.
    General.--The Shoshone Homeland Act enacted in the 106th 
Congress provided, among other things, that the Secretary of 
the Interior ``may purchase from willing sellers the following 
parcels and appurtenant water rights separately, to be taken 
into trust for the Tribe: Lida Ranch, Nevada * * * or another 
parcel mutually agreed upon by the Secretary and the Tribe.'' 
(Public Law 106-423, Section 5(d)). This legislation was 
supported by the Tribe, the National Park Service, the Bureau 
of Land Management and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. It was an 
outgrowth of a study mandated by Section 705(b) of the 
California Desert Protection Act enacted in 1994 (Public Law 
103-433).
    The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, acting in conjunction with the 
Trust for Public Lands, has engaged for a survey of the Lida 
Ranch property that will meet the requirements and standards of 
the Federal Government. This survey will not be completed until 
this year. The Committee directs the Secretary to work with the 
Tribe to assist in securing the acquisition of this property, 
or another parcel mutually agreed upon by the Secretary and the 
Tribe, as required by the terms of Section 5(d) of Public Law 
106-423 and to report to the Committee when the survey is 
completed.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $356,618,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     357,132,000
House allowance.........................................     357,132,000
Committee recommendation................................     360,132,000

    The Committee recommends $360,132,000 for construction, an 
increase of $3,514,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level 
and $3,000,000 above the budget request. The following table 
provides a comparison of the budget estimate with the Committee 
recommendation:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      Budget         Committee
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Education.......................................................         292,503         295,503          +3,000
Public safety and justice.......................................           5,541           5,541  ..............
Resources management............................................          50,645          50,645  ..............
General administration..........................................           2,179           2,179  ..............
Construction management.........................................           6,264           6,264  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction.......................................         357,132         360,132          +3,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee's recommendation for education construction 
includes $161,590,000 for Facilities Improvement and Repair, as 
well as $130,799,000 for replacement school construction, an 
amount sufficient to address the needs of the next six schools 
on the Bureau's priority list. Those schools are: Wingate 
Elementary School (New Mexico), Palacca Day School (Arizona), 
Holbrook Dormitory (Arizona), Santa Fe Indian School (New 
Mexico), Ojibwa Indian School (North Dakota), and Paschal 
Sherman Indian School (Washington). With respect to the Ojibwa 
Indian School, the Committee is concerned that the Bureau may 
require school officials to complete a reservation-wide 
education Master Plan before allowing planning and construction 
on a new K-12 Ojibwa School to take place. The Committee 
believes that such a requirement would circumvent the BIA's own 
School Replacement Priority List and would unfairly delay 
construction of a new school. The Committee therefore directs 
the Bureau to proceed without making the education Master Plan 
a prerequisite for planning and construction of the K-12 Ojibwa 
School.
    Within the amount provided for replacement school 
construction, the Committee recommends $3,000,000 to continue 
the tribal school construction demonstration program that was 
established in fiscal year 2001. This program allows tribes to 
cost share 50 percent of the cost for replacement schools. 
Under this demonstration program, the Secretary is directed to 
give priority consideration to those tribes that are on the BIA 
priority list for construction of a replacement school.

INDIAN LAND AND WATER CLAIMS SETTLEMENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS PAYMENTS TO 
                                INDIANS

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $37,443,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      60,949,000
House allowance.........................................      60,949,000
Committee recommendation................................      60,949,000

    The Committee recommends $60,949,000 for Indian land and 
water claims settlements and miscellaneous payments to Indians, 
an increase of $23,506,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted 
level and commensurate with the budget request. Funding is 
provided as follows:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      Budget         Committee
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
White Earth Land Settlement Act (Admin).........................             625             625  ..............
Hoopa-Yurok settlement fund.....................................             250             250  ..............
Pyramid Lake water rights settlement............................             142             142  ..............
Truckee River operating agreement...............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
Ute Indian water rights settlement..............................          24,728          24,728  ..............
Aleutian-Pribilof (repairs).....................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
Weber Dam.......................................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
Rocky Boy's.....................................................           7,950           7,950  ..............
Great Lakes fishing settlement..................................           6,254           6,254  ..............
Shivwits Band Settlement........................................           5,000           5,000  ..............
Santo Domingo Pueblo Settlement.................................           2,000           2,000  ..............
Colorado Ute Settlement.........................................           8,000           8,000  ..............
Torres-Martinez Settlement......................................           6,000           6,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          60,949          60,949  ..............
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                 INDIAN GUARANTEED LOAN PROGRAM ACCOUNT

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $4,977,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       4,986,000
House allowance.........................................       4,986,000
Committee recommendation................................       4,986,000

    The Committee recommends $4,986,000 for the Indian 
guaranteed loan program, an increase of $9,000 over the fiscal 
year 2001 enacted level and commensurate with the budget 
request.

                          Departmental Offices


                            Insular Affairs


                       assistance to territories

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $75,366,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      69,450,000
House allowance.........................................      72,289,000
Committee recommendation................................      76,450,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $76,450,000, 
which is $7,000,000 above the budget request. The amounts 
recommended by the Committee compared to the budget estimate 
are shown in the following table:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Territorial assistance:
    Office of Insular Affairs................................       $4,528,000       $4,528,000  ...............
    Technical assistance.....................................        7,461,000       14,461,000      +$7,000,000
    Maintenance assistance fund..............................        2,300,000        2,300,000  ...............
    Brown tree snake.........................................        2,350,000        2,350,000  ...............
    Insular management controls..............................        1,491,000        1,491,000  ...............
    Coral reef initiative....................................          500,000          500,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, territorial assistance.......................       18,630,000       25,630,000       +7,000,000
                                                              ==================================================
American Samoa: Operations grants............................       23,100,000       23,100,000  ...............
Northern Mariana Islands: Covenant grants....................       27,720,000       27,720,000  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, assistance to territories.......................       69,450,000       76,450,000       +7,000,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Territorial assistance.--The Committee recommends 
$25,630,000 for territorial assistance, which is $7,000,000 
above the request.
    The increases above the request are $2,000,000 for Virgin 
Islands emergency loan forgiveness, and $5,000,000 for Impact 
of Compact aid to the State of Hawaii.
    The Committee has provided a special allocation of 
$2,000,000 for the Virgin Islands in order to cover the cost of 
cancellation of a previous emergency loan to the Territory that 
was used to recover from the economic impact from Hurricane 
Hugo. Under the terms of the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990, 
as amended, agency action to forgive a borrower's repayment 
obligations on a direct loan constitutes a modification of such 
direct loan and requires an appropriation to cover the cost of 
such modification. In fiscal year 2001, the Virgin Islands 
Community Disaster Loan No. 841, made following Hurricane Hugo 
in 1989, was modified when a portion of the accrued interest on 
the loan was forgiven. The net present value of the loan to the 
United States, thereafter, was reestimated as provided by OMB 
Circular No. A-11. Following reestimate, the net present value 
of this loan does not now exceed $3,500,000, and will not 
exceed such amount when the funds provided herein are made 
available. Of the amounts made available for technical 
assistance, up to $2,000,000 shall be transferred to the 
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to cover the cost of 
FEMA's forgiveness of the entire amount of the repayment 
obligation and for the cancellation of the Virgin Islands 
Community Disaster Loan No. 841 (Hurricane Hugo).
    The Committee notes that the most recent report from the 
Department of the Interior states that the rate of migration 
from the freely associated states and the accompanying 
financial impacts on the State of Hawaii are increasing 
rapidly. Therefore, the Committee has provided an additional 
$5,000,000 in technical assistance for Impact aid to the State 
of Hawaii. The Committee continues to believe that a permanent 
resolution to the issue of Impact aid should be addressed as 
part of the current negotiations on the renewal of the Compact 
of Free Association.
    American Samoa operations grants/American Samoa 
construction.--The Committee recommends $23,100,000 for 
operations grants to American Samoa, which is equal to the 
request.
    CNMI/Covenant grants.--The Committee recommends $27,720,000 
for covenant grants. Included in this amount is $11,000,000 for 
CNMI construction, $4,580,000 for impact aid to Guam, $500,000 
for impact aid to CNMI, $10,140,000 for American Samoa, and 
$1,500,000 for the CNMI immigration, labor, and law enforcement 
initiative.
    The Committee is aware that economic conditions in the CNMI 
have declined in recent years, in large part due to the 
financial problems in Asia. This has made it more difficult for 
the CNMI government to match Federal capital improvement funds 
with local funds. The Committee urges the Department of the 
Interior to re-evaluate the local match requirement to 
determine whether this requirement is still reasonable in light 
of the poor economic conditions in CNMI and to inform the 
Committee of its findings

                      COMPACT OF FREE ASSOCIATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $20,726,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      23,245,000
House allowance.........................................      23,245,000
Committee recommendation................................      23,245,000

    The Committee recommends $23,245,000 for compact of free 
association, which is equal to the request. A comparison of the 
Committee recommendation to the budget estimate follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Compact of free association--Federal services................       $7,354,000       $7,354,000  ...............
Mandatory payments--Program grant assistance.................       14,500,000       14,500,000  ...............
Enewetak support.............................................        1,391,000        1,391,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, compact of free association.....................       23,245,000       23,245,000  ...............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Federal services assistance.--The Committee recommends 
$7,354,000 for Federal services assistance, equal to the budget 
request.
    Program grant assistance.--The Committee recommends 
$14,500,000 for program grant assistance, equal to the budget 
request.
    Enewetak support.--The Committee recommends $1,391,000 for 
Enewetak support, equal to the budget request.

                        Departmental Management


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $64,178,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      64,177,000
House allowance.........................................      55,177,000
Committee recommendation................................      67,541,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $67,541,000 
for salaries and expenses for departmental management, an 
increase of $3,363,000 from the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. 
The increase is for fixed costs. A comparison of the Committee 
recommendation and the budget estimate follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Departmental direction.......................................      $12,241,000      $12,764,000        +$523,000
Management and coordination..................................       23,798,000       24,905,000       +1,107,000
Hearings and appeals.........................................        8,288,000        8,559,000         +271,000
Central services.............................................       18,963,000       20,425,000       +1,462,000
Bureau of Mines workers compensation/unemployment............          888,000          888,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................       64,178,000       67,541,000       +3,363,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The financial system critical for the operation of the 
Department, its eight bureaus, and multiple offices is in 
critical need of replacement. It is based on old, obsolete 
technology of the 1970's and 1980's and is inflexible and 
unadaptable to meet new management and reporting requirements. 
This system is not integrated with other related systems 
including procurement, property, payroll and other financially-
based systems. Yet the Department is dependent on this system 
for collecting and tracking over $13,000,000,000 in 
transactions annually.
    The contractor for the Department's current financial 
system has announced it is replacing this antiquated, mainframe 
based system with a new application built on current 
technology, and is accordingly decreasing its support and 
maintenance for the old system used by Interior. The Department 
spends approximately $22,000,000 annually to operate and 
maintain this system. The Committee urges Interior to develop a 
proposal for the fiscal year 2003 budget to address these 
concerns, to insure that Federal funds are accurately tracked 
and reported on a timely basis, and that managers have direct 
access to the financial information needed to make sound, 
informed decisions concerning the allocation of funds provided 
by this Committee.
    The Committee directs the Department of the Interior to 
prepare and submit to the Committee a report on increasing the 
usage of the dollar coin in conjunction with the U.S. Mint.

                        Office of the Solicitor


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $40,108,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      42,207,000
House allowance.........................................      45,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      44,074,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $44,074,000 
for salaries and expenses of the Office of the Solicitor, an 
increase of $3,966,000 over the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. 
The increase provided is for fixed costs.

                      Office of Inspector General


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $27,785,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      30,490,000
House allowance.........................................      30,490,000
Committee recommendation................................      34,302,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $34,302,000 
for the Office of Inspector General, an increase of $3,812,000 
above the budget estimate and $6,517,000 above the fiscal year 
2001 enacted level. The amount provided includes increases over 
the current year level of $1,870,000 for fixed costs, $835,000 
for program audits, and $3,812,000 for contract financial 
audits of the Department and the departmental offices and 
bureaus funded in this bill.
    Based on the results of a pilot audit of the 2000 National 
Park Service annual financial statement by an independent 
auditing firm, the Department has concluded that private firms 
can bring a great depth of expertise and resources to annual 
audits and that contracting out to these firms will free the 
Inspector General to focus audit resources on management and 
programmatic audits. The amount recommended by the Committee is 
for the completion in fiscal year 2002 of audits of 2001 annual 
financial statements and for initiation of audits of 2002 
annual financial statements. If the amount recommended is 
insufficient to cover the full costs during fiscal year 2002 of 
these audits, the Department should notify the Committee of the 
additional amounts from bureau accounts necessary to complete 
the work.

           Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians


                         FEDERAL TRUST PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $82,446,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      99,224,000
House allowance.........................................      99,224,000
Committee recommendation................................      99,224,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $99,224,000 
for the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians, 
which is the same level as the budget estimate and includes 
funds for an historical accounting. The Committee continues to 
recognize the dire need for the Federal Government to improve 
Indian trust management. The Committee fully supports the 
efforts of both the Office of Special Trustee and the Bureau of 
Indian Affairs to focus on trust reform. In addition to 
increases provided within the Bureau of Indian Affair's budget, 
the Committee reflects its support for trust reform within the 
Office of Special Trustee's budget.

                   INDIAN LAND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $8,980,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      10,980,000
House allowance.........................................      10,980,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,980,000

    The Committee recommends $10,980,000 for Indian land 
consolidation, which is the same level as the budget estimate. 
The Committee recognizes that fractionated ownership of Indian 
allotted lands has become an ever expanding problem. When these 
lands are fractionated into smaller pieces, the Federal 
Government's administration and management costs increase. 
Additionally, multiple ownership leads to inefficiencies and 
ultimately reduce the economic value of the Indian owned land. 
Therefore, the increase provided for the land consolidation 
project will lead to a savings for both the Federal Government 
and the land owners in the future.

           Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration


                NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $5,391,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       5,497,000
House allowance.........................................       5,497,000
Committee recommendation................................       5,872,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,872,000 for 
natural resource damage assessments, an increase of $481,000 
from the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. An increase of 
$106,000 is provided for fixed costs.
    The Committee recognizes the need for consistent Federal 
assessment of natural resource damage incidents. The Committee 
therefore recommends $375,000 for the development of a national 
data management system for natural resource damage incidents 
and restoration activities. Future operational costs are 
expected to be significantly lower than the development costs 
provided in this appropriation.

                           General Provisions


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

    The Committee has included in ``General Provisions, 
Department of the Interior'' various legislative provisions 
affecting the Department of the Interior. Several of these 
provisions have been carried in previous years and others are 
proposed new this year. The provisions are:
    Sec. 101. Provides Secretarial authority to transfer 
program funds for expenditures in cases of emergency when all 
other emergency funds are exhausted.
    Sec. 102. Provides for expenditure or transfer of funds by 
the Secretary in the event of actual or potential emergencies 
including forest fires, range fires, earthquakes, floods, 
volcanic eruptions, storms, oilspills, grasshopper and Mormon 
cricket outbreaks, and surface mine reclamation emergencies.
    Sec. 103. Provides for use of appropriated funds for 
operation of garages, shops, warehouses, and similar 
facilities.
    Sec. 104. Provides for use of appropriated funds for 
contracts, rental cars and aircraft, certain library 
memberships, and certain telephone expenses.
    Sec. 105. Provides for use of appropriated funds to 
purchase uniforms or to provide a uniform allowance.
    Sec. 106. Provides that contracts issued for services and 
rentals with appropriated funds be in effect for a period not 
to exceed 12 months.
    Secs. 107-110. Prohibits the use of funds provided in the 
act for certain offshore leasing and related activities 
pursuant to the revised 5-year plan for Outer Continental Shelf 
oil and gas leasing.
    Sec. 111. Provides that advance payments under the Indian 
Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act may be (1) 
invested only in obligations of the United States, or in 
obligations or securities that are guaranteed or insured by the 
United States, or mutual (or other) funds registered with the 
Securities and Exchange Commission and which only invest in 
obligations of the United States or securities that are 
guaranteed or insured by the United States; or (2) deposited 
only into accounts that are insured by an agency or 
instrumentality of the United States, or are fully 
collateralized to ensure protection of the funds, even in the 
event of a bank failure.
    Sec. 112. Provides for the transfer of unobligated balances 
from the Bureau of Indian Affairs or the Office of the Special 
Trustee for American Indians for expenditure or transfer for 
Indian trust management activities.
    Sec. 113. Provides for the renewal of grazing permits and 
leases that will expire on the same terms and conditions as 
contained in the expiring permits or until the Bureau of Land 
Management processes the permits. Inability on the part of the 
Federal Government to accomplish permit renewal procedural 
requirements should not prevent or interrupt ongoing grazing 
activities on public lands. This language is not intended to 
change any existing laws and the Committee supports the timely 
analysis of grazing activities using sound proven science.
    Sec. 114. Allows the hiring of administrative law judges to 
address the Indian probate backlog.
    Sec. 115. Permits the redistribution of tribal priority 
allocation and tribal base funds to alleviate funding 
inequities.
    Sec. 116. Continues a provision requiring the allocation of 
Bureau of Indian Affairs postsecondary schools funds consistent 
with unmet needs.
    Sec. 117. Provides for the protection of lands of the Huron 
Cemetery for religious and cultural uses and as a burial 
ground.
    Sec. 118. Continues a provision that land and other 
reimbursement the Secretary may receive in the conveyance of 
the Twin Cities Research Center may be used for the benefit of 
the National Wildlife Refuge System in Minnesota and for 
activities authorized by Public Law 104-134.
    Sec. 119. Continues a provision carried last year providing 
contract authority regarding transportation at Zion National 
Park in Utah.
    Sec. 120. Authorizes the National Park Service to enter 
into a cooperative agreement with the Golden Gate National 
Parks Association to provide fee-based education, interpretive 
and visitor service functions within the Crissy Field and Fort 
Point areas of the Presidio.
    Sec. 121. Allows the Bureau of Land Management to retain 
revenues derived from the sale of surplus seedlings.
    Sec. 122. Continues a cost-shared tribal school 
construction program. This item is discussed in more detail 
under the Bureau of Indian Affairs construction account.
    Sec. 123. Permits the sale of improvements and equipment at 
the White River Oil Shale Mine in Utah, and the retention and 
use of those funds by the Bureau of Land Management and the 
General Services Administration.
    Sec. 124. Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to use 
helicopters or motor vehicles to capture and transport horses 
and burros at the Sheldon and Hart National Wildlife Refuges.
    Sec. 125. Provides limited authority for States to transfer 
funds between State allocations for the State assistance 
program and the State wildlife grant program. Future budget 
justifications should display any amounts transferred by States 
between accounts in the prior fiscal year.
    Sec. 126. Repeals section 819 of the Omnibus Indian 
Advancement Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-568). Section 819's 
sole purpose was to allow the Lytton Tribe to circumvent the 
regulatory approval procedures required by the Indian Gaming 
Regulatory Act of 1988 (IGRA) before newly acquired Indian 
lands could be use for gaming purposes.
    Sec. 127. Renames Moore's Landing at the Cape Romain 
National Wildlife Refuge in South Carolina as ``Garris 
Landing''.

                       TITLE II--RELATED AGENCIES

                       DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

                             Forest Service

                     FOREST AND RANGELAND RESEARCH

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $229,111,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     234,979,000
House allowance.........................................     236,979,000
Committee recommendation................................     242,822,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $242,822,000, 
which is an increase of $7,843,000 above the budget request.
    Increases above the request are $5,000,000 for the Forest 
Inventory and Analysis program to further the goal of reducing 
the cycle times for completing inventory work, $475,000 for the 
Forests Products Laboratory to conduct research on salvaging 
lumber for use in low income housing construction, $500,000 for 
the Center for Bottomlands Research for a total of $3,470,000, 
and $868,000 for fixed costs. The Committee recommends that the 
Northeastern States Research Cooperative, as authorized in 
Public Law 105-185, receive $2,400,000, $1,000,000 above the 
request, with $1,200,000 for ecosystem research at the Hubbard 
Brook Project of the U.S. Forest Service Northeastern Research 
Station and $1,200,000 for economic development, forest 
management, and forest product research at the Vermont George 
Aiken School of Natural Resources.
    The Committee further directs that funding for Sitka lab 
shall be no less than the fiscal year 2001 level of $1,130,000, 
and that within the total amounts provided for forest and 
rangeland research $175,000 shall be allocated for research on 
applied forest management issues of critical importance in the 
hardwood region of Pennsylvania and adjoining states.
    The Committee directs the Forest Service to not transfer or 
abolish job positions or functions of the former Intermountain 
Research Center, including the position of Assistant Station 
Director for Research, that were in existence as of the date of 
enactment.

                       STATE AND PRIVATE FORESTRY

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $271,854,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     237,829,000
House allowance.........................................     277,771,000
Committee recommendation................................     287,331,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $287,331,000, 
an increase of $49,502,000 above the budget estimate.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate with the Committee recommendations:

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                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Forest health management:
    Federal lands forest health management...................      $41,304,000      $41,573,000        +$269,000
    Cooperative lands forest health management...............       22,866,000       25,000,000       +2,134,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, forest health management.....................       64,170,000       66,573,000       +2,403,000
                                                              ==================================================
Cooperative fire protection:
    State fire assistance....................................       25,310,000       25,352,000          +42,000
    Volunteer fire assistance................................        5,053,000        5,053,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, cooperative fire protection..................       30,363,000       30,405,000          +42,000
                                                              ==================================================
Cooperative forestry:
    Forest stewardship.......................................       32,941,000       33,268,000         +327,000
    Forest legacy program....................................       30,079,000       65,000,000      +34,921,000
    Urban and community forestry.............................       31,804,000       36,000,000       +4,196,000
    Economic action programs.................................       28,819,000       35,945,000       +7,126,000
    Pacific Northwest assistance programs....................        9,625,000        9,625,000  ...............
    Forest resource information and analysis.................        5,015,000        5,015,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, cooperative forestry.........................      138,283,000      184,853,000      +46,570,000
                                                              ==================================================
International forestry.......................................        5,013,000        5,500,000         +487,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, State and private forestry......................      237,829,000      287,331,000      +49,502,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Forest Health Management.--The Committee recommends 
$66,573,000 for forest health management, which is $2,403,000 
above the budget request. The Committee has provided 
$41,573,000, an increase of $269,000, for Federal lands forest 
health management which is for fixed cost increases.
    The Committee continues support of the cooperative effort 
between the State of Vermont and the University of Vermont for 
the Vermont forest monitoring cooperative, and has provided an 
increase of $150,000 above the request for a total of $300,000 
for this effort.
    Cooperative Fire Protection.--The Committee recommends 
$30,405,000 for cooperative fire protection, which is $42,000 
above the budget estimate. The increase is for fixed costs. The 
Committee has provided $25,352,000 for the state fire 
assistance program.
    The Committee recommends $5,053,000 for volunteer fire 
assistance, which is equal to the request.
    The Committee has also provided an additional $50,383,000 
for state fire assistance and $8,262,000 for volunteer fire 
assistance under the wildland fire management appropriation as 
part of the Committee's continuing commitment to implementation 
of the National Fire Plan.
    Cooperative Forestry.--The Committee recommends 
$184,853,000 for cooperative forestry, which is $46,570,000 
above the request.
    The Committee has provided $33,268,000 for the forest 
stewardship program which is $327,000 above the request. 
Increases above the request are $77,000 for fixed costs and 
$250,000 for the Chesapeake Bay program for a total of $750,000 
to support forestry efforts in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
    The Committee has provided $65,000,000 for the forest 
legacy program to be derived from the conservation spending 
category, which is $34,921,000 above the budget estimate. 
Within the funds provided, the Committee has included $710,000 
for the Bar J Ranch project in Utah, $9,000,000 for the 
Thompson and Fisher Rivers Conservation Easement in Montana, 
$8,000,000 for phase II of the West Branch project in Maine, 
$1,000,000 for the Treetops tract in the Mianus River watershed 
in Connecticut, $3,000,000 for the Anderson-Tully Tract in 
Tennessee, $1,800,000 for the Sunapee and Pillsbury State parks 
project in New Hampshire, $6,000,000 divided equally for the 
Catawba-Wateree Forest Initiative and the Coastal Forest 
Ecosystem Restoration Initiative in South Carolina, $750,000 
for the Kimball Pond project in New Hampshire and $5,000,000 
for the Newark watershed project in New Jersey.
    The Committee has provided $36,000,000 for the urban and 
community forestry program also to be derived from the 
conservation spending category, which is $4,196,000 above the 
budget request. Within the funds provided, the Committee has 
included $50,000 for a partnership coordinator for the West 
Virginia urban and community forestry program, $350,000 for a 
total of $700,000 for the Chicago Wilderness program, and 
$450,000 for the Cook County Forest Preserve to conduct 
environmental and technical work associated with the Preserve's 
forestry programs. The Committee is aware of two urban forestry 
programs in Illinois, a tree replanting effort led by the City 
of Chicago, Chicago Greenstreets, which includes trees damaged 
by the Asian Longhorned Beetle infestation, and an 
undergraduate academic program at DePaul University. The 
Committee encourages the Forest Service to continue to work 
with and help support these important urban forestry programs.
    The Committee recommends $35,945,000 for the economic 
action programs, which is $7,126,000 above the budget request. 
The Committee has provided $13,205,000 for the base programs as 
proposed in the request, which includes $3,685,000 for economic 
recovery, $4,900,000 for rural development, $920,000 for Wood-
In-Transportation, $1,000,000 for Forest Products Conservation 
and Recycling, and $2,700,000 for the Wood Education and 
Resource Center. The Committee directs that no less than 
$2,500,000 of the funds provided for Rural Development Through 
Forestry shall be allocated to the Northeast-Midwest program 
and $350,000 shall be provided to the Northern Rockies Heritage 
Center at Fort Missoula, Montana for basic repairs and 
restoration work. Increases above the base program levels of 
$13,205,000 are $1,000,000 for the Wood-In-Transportation 
program, $3,000,000 for small diameter utilization at the 
Forest Products Laboratory, an increase of $100,000 for the 
Hawaii forests and communities initiative for a total of 
$200,000, $500,000 for the Four Corners Sustainable Forestry 
Initiative in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah for a 
total of $1,000,000, $2,000,000 to be made available by the 
Forest Service on a matching basis for the purchase and 
construction of kiln drying facilities in the State of Alaska, 
$5,000,000 for Lake Tahoe erosion grants, $500,000 for the 
Environmental Science and Public Policy Research Institute 
located in Idaho, $1,000,000 to the University of Kentucky for 
abandoned mine land reforestation work, $640,000 for a biomass 
energy pilot program to be implemented by Navajo County, 
Arizona, $1,500,000 for the Tillamook Forest Interpretive 
Center in Oregon, and $2,500,000 to be advanced as a direct 
lump sum payment to Ketchikan Public Utilities (KPU) in order 
to clear a right-of-way for the Swan Lake-Lake Tyee Intertie.
    The Committee has also included bill language to facilitate 
the transfer of an additional $5,000,000 above the request for 
economic action programs to Kake Tribal Corporation to 
implement the Kake Tribal Corporation Land Transfer Act.
    International Forestry.--The Committee recommends 
$5,500,000 for the international forestry program, which is 
$500,000 above the request. The Committee encourages continued 
focus of the program on efforts to protect the habitat of 
migratory birds and on invasive species control.

                         national forest system

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,297,832,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,314,191,000
House allowance.........................................   1,320,445,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,324,491,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,324,491,000, an increase of $10,000,000 above the budget 
request.
    The distribution of the Committee's recommendations are as 
follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate     recommen-          Change
                                                                                     dation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Land management planning.....................................      $70,358,000      $70,718,000        +$360,000
Inventory and monitoring.....................................      173,816,000      173,953,000         +137,000
Recreation, heritage and wilderness..........................      235,122,000      235,660,000         +538,000
Wildlife and fish habitat management.........................      131,747,000      131,947,000         +200,000
Grazing management...........................................       34,570,000       34,775,000         +205,000
Forest products..............................................      266,340,000      266,340,000  ...............
Vegetation and watershed management..........................      187,913,000      191,126,000       +3,213,000
Minerals and geology management..............................       48,956,000       49,357,000         +401,000
Landownership Management.....................................       88,434,000       89,115,000         +681,000
Law enforcement operations...................................       75,924,000       80,000,000       +4,076,000
Valles Caldera National Preserve.............................        1,011,000        1,500,000         +489,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Forest System..........................    1,314,191,000    1,324,491,000      +10,300,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Land Management Planning.--The Committee recommends 
$244,671,000 for land management planning activities, including 
inventory and monitoring, an increase of $497,000 over the 
budget estimate. The Committee has provided $70,718,000 for 
land management planning, for national forest and grassland 
planning activities and $173,953,000 for inventory and 
monitoring. The increase above the request is for fixed costs.
    The Committee is aware that the recent settlement agreement 
relating to the Black Hills National Forest requires that the 
forest plan be revised to improve its protections for wildlife. 
However, it appears that the forest will lack adequate planning 
funding to complete Phase II of the amendment to the forest 
plan in a timely manner. Therefore, the Committee urges the 
Forest Service to ensure that adequate planning funds are 
available to complete Phase II expeditiously.
    Recreation, heritage and wilderness.--The Committee 
recommends $235,660,000 for recreation, heritage and 
wilderness, an increase of $538,000 above the budget estimate. 
The increase above the request is for fixed costs.
    Wildlife and fish habitat management.--The Committee 
recommends $131,947,000 for wildlife and fish habitat 
management an increase of $200,000 above the budget estimate. 
The increase above the request is for fixed costs. Within the 
funds provided, $200,000 shall be allocated to efforts to 
protect and improve the river, streambanks and habitat areas of 
the Batten Kill River and $600,000 shall be allocated to the 
State of Alaska for activities associated with wildlife habitat 
monitoring on the Tongass National Forest. Bill language has 
been included within the Administrative Provisions portion of 
the bill to facilitate the transfer of funds.
    Grazing management.--The Committee recommends $34,775,000 
for grazing management $205,000 above the budget estimate. The 
amount of the increase is for fixed costs.
    Forest Products.--The Committee recommends $266,340,000 for 
forest products, which is equal to the request. The Committee 
has continued bill language that has been included in prior 
years which permits funds provided for timber pipeline supply 
on the Tongass National Forest to be allocated between the 
Capital Improvement and Maintenance and the National Forest 
System appropriation.
    The Committee expects the Forest Service to continue 
preparing and submitting its quarterly reports on the timber 
sales program. The Committee recommends that the Forest Service 
include an identification of the volumes offered, sold, and 
harvested categorized as net merchantable sawtimber in its 
quarterly reports.
    Vegetation and watershed management.--The Committee 
recommends $191,126,000 for vegetation and watershed 
management, an increase of $3,213,000 above the budget 
estimate. Increases above the request are $1,950,000 for 
various restoration efforts at Lake Tahoe, $200,000 for noxious 
weed eradication efforts at the Dakota Prairie Grasslands, and 
$500,000 for restoration efforts at the Headwaters Forest 
Preserve.
    Of the additional amounts above the request provided for 
Lake Tahoe $500,000 is for adaptive management activities, 
$600,000 is for mechanical treatments and fuels reduction, 
$250,000 is for wetland and riparian restoration, and $600,000 
is for urban lot management activities. With the increases 
provided by the Committee not less than $5,850,000 is included 
within the National Forest System appropriation for work at 
Lake Tahoe which is authorized by the Lake Tahoe Restoration 
Act. To the extent that a change in the program of work 
necessitates movement of these funds to other line items within 
the National Forest System appropriation, the agency may 
reallocate funds within the appropriation upon notification and 
consultation with the Committee.
    The Committee notes that it has also provided $3,000,000 in 
the Capital Improvement and Maintenance appropriation, 
$5,000,000 in the State and Private Forestry appropriation, and 
$6,600,000 in the Land Acquisition appropriation for projects 
at Lake Tahoe. The Committee expects the Forest Service to work 
collaboratively with State, Federal, and private groups in the 
area in order to maximize accomplishments on the ground.
    Minerals and geology management.--The Committee recommends 
$49,357,000 for minerals and geology management, which is an 
increase of $401,000 above the budget estimate. The additional 
funds are for fixed cost increases.
    Land ownership management.--The Committee recommends 
$89,115,000 for land ownership management, which is an increase 
of $681,000 above the budget estimate. The additional funds are 
for fixed cost increases.
    Law enforcement operations.--The Committee recommends 
$80,000,000 for law enforcement operations, which is $4,076,000 
above the request. Increases above the request are $1,039,000 
for fixed costs, $250,000 for a total of $750,000 for 
counterdrug operations on the Daniel Boone National Forest, and 
a general increase of $3,076,000.
    The Committee is especially concerned with law enforcement 
problems created by marijuana cultivation and the production of 
other controlled substances on Forest Service lands. The 
Committee is aware of the increase of drug related incidents on 
Forest Service lands including areas in Arkansas, California, 
Louisiana, Kentucky and Missouri, and supports increasing law 
enforcement capabilities to adequately address these problems. 
The agency should give special consideration to providing 
additional funds for law enforcement in these areas that have 
high incidents of drug activity.
    The Committee also expects the agency to use the additional 
funds provided to enhance its utilization of cooperative law 
enforcement agreements in Louisiana and other States where 
these agreements provide a cost effective means to augment 
Forest Service law enforcement capability.
    Valles Caldera.--The Committee has provided $1,500,000 for 
the Valles Caldera Trust for management activities at the Baca 
Ranch, New Mexico. This is an increase of $489,000 above the 
request. The increase is provided for additional management 
activities which will facilitate public access to the Ranch in 
a timely fashion.
    Quincy Library Group.--The Committee recommends $26,000,000 
for the Quincy Library Group project, which is equal to the 
request. Funding for this project is included in both the 
national forest system and wildland fire management 
appropriations.
    Land Between the Lakes NRA.--The Committee has included 
funding in various accounts such that not less than $8,100,000 
shall be used by the Forest Service for management of the Land 
Between the Lakes NRA (LBL). The Committee directs the 
Administration to use the Land Between the Lakes Protection Act 
Trust Fund for environmental education purposes only and not 
for offsetting normal operational expenses of the NRA. In 
recognition of the complexities surrounding transfer of LBL 
from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to the Forest 
Service, the Committee has provided bill language extending the 
Forest Service's ability to use procurement authorities similar 
to those used by TVA when it managed the site.
    General.--The Committee is pleased that the agency is 
reviewing its policies with respect to amounts that are taken 
from field allocations to fund the Washington Office and 
National Commitments. The agency should strive to reduce these 
charges so that more funds are available to field offices for 
on-the-ground work. The Committee expects that such charges be 
fully identified in the budget justification.
    The Committee commends the agency's efforts to comply with 
a recent National Academy of Public Administration report by 
implementing a field based budget formulation process. The 
Committee understands that the agency intends to use this 
process to develop its program of work to be presented to the 
Committee for fiscal year 2003. The Committee directs the 
agency to provide a report no later than 60 days from enactment 
of this Act on its assessment of the new budget formulation 
process, what changes, if any, are planned and how the new 
process would affect the level of information provided to 
Congress in the budget presentation and appropriations cycle in 
future fiscal years.
    Within the funds provided for the national forest system 
appropriation, the Forest Service shall make available no less 
than $200,000 to participate in the Southwest Strategy along 
with other Federal and State agencies. The Committee believes 
this Strategy can play an important part in restoring the 
cultural, economic and environment quality of life in regions 
of the Southwestern United States.

                        WILDLAND FIRE MANAGEMENT

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $837,283,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,280,349,000
House allowance.........................................   1,402,305,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,280,594,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$1,280,594,000 for wildland fire management activities, which 
is $245,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee recommendation includes full funding of the 
request for wildland fire preparedness in the amount of 
$622,618,000. The Committee has also provided $657,976,000 for 
wildland fire operations which is an increase of $245,000 above 
the request. Within this amount, the Committee has fully funded 
the hazardous fuels reduction request of $209,010,000. The 
Committee believes that reduction of fuel loads on the national 
forests and in areas adjacent to communities in the wildland-
urban interface is critical for protecting the health of the 
nation's forests and protecting the health and safety of the 
public.
    A total of $165,000,000 has been designated as emergency 
appropriations, comprised of $100,000,000 for wildfire 
suppression and $65,000,000 for other fire operations 
activities. Of the funds provided for other fire operations, 
$3,913,000 is for restoration and rehabilitation work, 
$20,376,000 is for fire facilities, $16,265 is for research and 
development, $11,974,000 for forest health management, and 
$12,472,000 for economic action programs.
    The Committee has provided $50,383,000 for State fire 
assistance and $8,262,000 for volunteer fire assistance within 
the wildland fire management appropriation in addition to the 
amounts provided within the State and Private Forestry account 
as proposed in the request. The Committee continues its support 
for efforts to reduce the fire danger caused by the spruce bark 
beetle infestation in Southcentral Alaska. Funding is provided 
at the fiscal year 2001 level of $7,500,000 for fire mitigation 
and hazardous tree removal, with the amounts provided to be 
made available as direct lump sum payments to the Municipality 
of Anchorage for $6,500,000 and to the Kenai Peninsula Borough 
for $1,000,000.
    Within the funds provided for the Joint Fire Science 
program, $1,000,000 shall be allocated to the national center 
for landscape fire analysis at the University of Montana, 
instead of $600,000 as proposed in the request. The Committee 
believes that this center will be an important part of the 
nation's firefighting resources, particularly with respect to 
the use of new technologies, such as satellite imaging.
    The Committee commends the Forest Service for providing the 
Committee with detailed financial reports and action plans with 
respect to implementation of the National Fire Plan. The 
Committee expects this consultation to continue as the 
Department moves forward with the Fire Plan. The agency should 
also work diligently to complete the national long term fire 
strategy in consultation with the governors of the States. The 
Committee believes that this strategy is crucial since it will 
address fire management across all ownerships.
    The Committee notes with increasing concern the ground 
fuels build up within the Giant Sequoia National Monument and 
along its boundary interface with the Tule River Indian 
Reservation. Current drought conditions raise the likelihood of 
a fire jeopardizing the monument and reservation. The Committee 
directs the Forest Service to assist the Tule River Tribal 
Reservation with its ground fuels mitigation program, the 
acquisition of appropriate fire suppression equipment, and the 
training of a tribal Hot Shot crew.
    The Committee notes that the Forest Service has changed its 
accounting procedures concerning how fire preparedness 
resources charge base hours when assigned to suppression 
duties. There is concern that potential savings resulting from 
this change may be committed to other fire related programs 
without appropriate consultation. Accordingly, the Committee 
directs the Forest Service to provide a brief report to the 
Committee no later than January 1, 2002 which identifies the 
estimated savings that occurred in fiscal year 2001, and how 
such savings were distributed to other fire accounts.
    The Committee has provided substantial additional resources 
for the fire program in fiscal year 2001 and in its 
recommendation for fiscal year 2002. The Committee expects that 
the agency will resolve the financial management problems which 
resulted in large expenditures being posted on the last day of 
the fiscal year. Accordingly, the Forest Service should 
continue with implementation of an automated fire business 
management system which will provide prompt reporting and 
posting of obligations and other related administrative 
information. Bill language has been included as requested by 
the Administration to liquidate the deficit caused by delayed 
posting of fire obligations in fiscal year 2000.

                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $517,427,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     523,727,000
House allowance.........................................     535,513,000
Committee recommendation................................     541,286,000

    The Committee recommends $541,286,000 for capital 
improvement and maintenance, which is an increase of 
$17,559,000 above the budget estimate.
    The Committee agrees to the following distribution of 
funds:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Committee
                                                             Budget estimate   recommendation        Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Facilities................................................      $167,950,000      $178,578,000      +$10,628,000
Roads.....................................................       237,891,000       242,211,000        +4,320,000
Trails....................................................        67,389,000        59,497,000        +2,611,000
Infrastructure improvement................................        50,497,000        61,000,000  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Total, capital improvement and maintenance..........       523,727,000       541,286,000       +17,559,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Facilities.--The Committee recommends $178,578,000 for 
facilities maintenance and capital improvement, an increase of 
$12,648,000 above the budget request. Increases above the 
request are $300,000 for fixed costs, $440,000 for upgrade and 
repair of sanitation and sewage facilities on the Monongahela 
National Forest in West Virginia, $1,400,000 for the Franklin 
County Lake project in Mississippi, $3,500,000 for the 
Institute of Pacific Island Forestry in Hawaii, $650,000 for 
construction at the Mt. Tabor Work Center in Vermont, 
$2,558,000 for design, planning and acquisition of land to 
carry out Public Law 106-329, $330,000 for upgrades to the 
water supply system at the Tuckerman Ravine Administrative Site 
on the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire, 
$100,000 for stabilization of a structure on the Francis Marion 
National Forest in South Carolina, $350,000 for a feasibility 
study on upgrading the Mitchell Mill on the Ozark National 
Forest in Arkansas, $1,000,000 for facilities improvements on 
the Wayne National Forest in Ohio, and $2,000,000 for a visitor 
center in Cordova, Alaska.
    Within the funds provided for facilities maintenance and 
capital improvement, $1,102,000 shall be for campground 
rehabilitation, fabrication of interpretive exhibits, and 
related activities at the Winding Stair Mountain National 
Recreation and Wilderness Area in Oklahoma.
    The Committee notes that Public Law 106-329 authorizes the 
Forest Service to sell certain administrative sites in the 
Black Hills National Forest in order to consolidate several 
ranger districts and provide more effective services to the 
public. In addition, Public Law 106-329 directs that the Rocky 
Mountain Research Station be co-located with one of the new 
offices. The Committee is aware of the deteriorated condition 
of the Rocky Mountain Research Station and a proposal to lease 
new office space for the station while new facilities are under 
construction. The Committee directs the Forest Service to 
ensure that no interim proposal to provide office space for the 
research station lead to a reduction in the station's ability 
to provide quality research to its users.
    Roads.--The Committee recommends $242,211,000 for road 
maintenance and capital improvement, an increase of $4,320,000 
above the request. Increases above the request are $920,000 for 
the maintenance, upgrade, and stabilization of forest roads on 
the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia, $800,000 for 
a total amount of $3,000,000 for retrofitting and road 
decommissioning in the Lake Tahoe Basin, $2,000,000 for 
improvements to the Pike's Peak Highway to reduce erosion 
impacts on adjacent watersheds, and $600,000 for the Franklin 
County Lake project in Mississippi.
    Trails.--The Committee recommends $59,497,000 for trail 
maintenance and capital improvement, a decrease of $7,892,000 
below the request.
    Infrastructure improvement.--The Committee recommends 
$61,000,000 for infrastructure improvements which is 
$10,503,000 above the request.

                            LAND ACQUISITION

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $150,872,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     130,877,000
House allowance.........................................     130,877,000
Committee recommendation................................     128,877,000

    The Committee recommends $128,877,000 for land acquisition, 
a decrease of $21,995,000 below the enacted level and 
$2,000,000 below the budget request. This program is funded 
under the conservation spending category.
    The Committee recommends the following distribution of 
funds:

                                                               Committee
        Area and State                                    Recommendation

Allegheny NF (PA) (Allegheny Wild & Scenic Rivers)......        $220,000
Arapaho NF (CO) (Beaver Brook)..........................       6,000,000
Beaverhead-Deerlodge NF (MT) (Watershed, RY Timber).....       7,000,000
Chattahoochee NF (GA)...................................       2,320,000
Chattooga W&SR;/Watershed (GA/NC/TN/SC)..................       4,300,000
Chippewa & Superior NF (MN) (Minnesota Wilderness)......       1,400,000
Cibola NF (NM) (La Madera)..............................       3,000,000
Cleveland NF (CA) (Rutherford Ranch)....................         675,000
Columbia River Gorge NSA (OR/WA)........................       6,000,000
Dakota Prairie Grasslands (ND) (Griffin Ranch)..........       1,450,000
Daniel Boone NF (KY) (Red River Gorge)..................       2,037,000
Francis Marion NF (SC)..................................       7,000,000
Gallatin NF (MT) (Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem)........       1,000,000
Green Mountain NF (VT) (Purchase Areas).................       1,250,000
Hoosier NF (IN) (Unique Areas)..........................       2,000,000
I-90 Corridor/Plum Creek (WA)...........................       4,000,000
Idaho Wilderness/Wild & Scenic Rivers (ID/MT) (Sulphur 
    Creek Ranch)........................................       3,200,000
Lake Tahoe Basin MU (CA) (High Meadows).................       4,000,000
Lake Tahoe NF (CA) (Urban lots).........................       2,600,000
Lewis & Clark Nat'l Historic Trail (ID/MT)..............       1,500,000
Mark Twain NF (MO) (MO Ozark Mt. Streams & Rivers)......       2,000,000
Midewin NTGP (IL).......................................         500,000
Osceola NF (FL) (North Florida Wildlife Corridor).......       1,000,000
Ouchita NF (AR) (Lake Winona)...........................       1,500,000
Pacific Crest Trail (CA/WA/OR)..........................       2,000,000
Pacific Northwest Streams (OR/WA).......................       6,500,000
Pisgah NF (NC) (Lake James).............................       3,000,000
Santa Fe NF (NM) (Santa Fe Watershed)...................       2,500,000
Sawtooth NRA (ID).......................................       5,000,000
St. Francis NF (AR) (Stumpy Point, Anderson Tulley).....       2,000,000
Sumter NF (SC) (Broad River Corridor)...................       1,500,000
Swan Valley Conservation Project (MT)...................       7,000,000
Tahoe NF (CA) North Fork American River.................       1,700,000
Tongass NF, Admiralty NM (AK) (Favorite Bay, Mental 
    Health Lands).......................................       5,625,000
Uncompahgre NF (CO) (Red Mountain)......................       4,600,000
White Mountain NF (NH) (Jericho Lake)...................       2,000,000
Wild & Scenic Rivers PNW (OR/WA)........................       2,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Subtotal..........................................     111,377,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Wilderness Protection...................................       1,000,000
Critical Inholdings.....................................       2,000,000
Cash Equalization.......................................       1,500,000
Acquisition Management..................................      13,000,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     128,877,000

    The Committee expects that monies for the Sawtooth National 
Recreation Area will be used for the sole purpose of purchasing 
conservation easements.

        ACQUISITION OF LANDS FOR NATIONAL FORESTS, SPECIAL ACTS

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $1,067,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       1,069,000
House allowance.........................................       1,069,000
Committee recommendation................................       1,069,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,069,000, 
$2,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. These funds 
are derived from receipts at certain forests.

            ACQUISITION OF LANDS TO COMPLETE LAND EXCHANGES

Appropriations, 2001....................................        $233,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................         234,000
House allowance.........................................         234,000
Committee recommendation................................         234,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $234,000, 
$1,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level. This amount is 
derived from funds deposited by State, county, and municipal 
governments or public school authorities pursuant to the Act of 
December 4, 1967, as amended (16 U.S.C. 484a).

                         RANGE BETTERMENT FUND


                       (Special Fund, Indefinite)

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $3,293,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       3,290,000
House allowance.........................................       3,290,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,290,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,290,000, 
which is equal to the request. This amount is for range 
rehabilitation, protection, and improvement, and is derived 
from fees received for livestock grazing on National Forests 
pursuant to section 401(b)(1) of Public Law 94-579, as amended.

    GIFTS, DONATIONS AND BEQUESTS FOR FOREST AND RANGELAND RESEARCH

Appropriations, 2001....................................         $92,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................          92,000
House allowance.........................................          92,000
Committee recommendation................................          92,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $92,000, the 
same as the budget estimate and the fiscal year 2001 enacted 
level. This amount is derived from the fund established under 
16 U.S.C 1643(b).

 MANAGEMENT OF NATIONAL FOREST LANDS FOR SUBSISTENCE USES SUBSISTENCE 
                       MANAGEMENT, FOREST SERVICE

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $5,488,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       5,488,000
House allowance.........................................       5,488,000
Committee recommendation................................       5,488,000

    The Committee recommends $5,488,000 for subsistence 
management of forest lands in the State of Alaska, which is the 
same as the budget request.

               Administrative Provisions, Forest Service

    The Committee has continued many of the same administrative 
provisions as provided in prior years.
    Language is included which authorizes the Forest Service to 
provide funds to the National Forest Foundation to match up to 
$2,250,000 in private contributions on a 1-for-1 basis for 
projects on National Forest System lands or related to Forest 
Service programs. The Committee has authorized up to $400,000 
of Federal funds provided, may be used for administrative 
expenses of the Foundation.
    Language is included which provides funds for the National 
Fish and Wildlife Foundation in the amount of $2,650,000 on a 
1-for-1 matching basis with private contributions for projects 
on or benefiting National Forest System lands.
    Language is included which specifies how the Forest Service 
must account for indirect expenses and how such expenses must 
be displayed in future budget proposals.
    Language is included which allows the Forest Service to 
transfer appropriated funds to the Bureau of Land Management 
from the National Forest System account for work related to the 
management of wild horses and burros. The amount of funds 
transferred with this authority should be displayed in 
subsequent budget justifications.
    Language is included which permits the Secretary of 
Agriculture to sell excess buildings and other facilities on 
the Green Mountain National Forest and to retain the revenues 
for maintenance and rehabilitation activities on the forest.

                          DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY


                         CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY

    The United States depends on coal for 54 percent of its 
electric power generation. Natural gas use is expected to 
increase its current 14 percent share, but this gain is 
expected to be offset by declines in the contribution of 
nuclear power as aging reactors are retired. Solar energy 
contributes less than 2.5 percent of our present electric power 
consumption and growth in the use of solar technologies is 
generally constrained presently by their relatively high cost 
to generate power. Consequently, the Energy Information 
Administration projects that coal use will increase at least 
through the year 2020. This increased use means that coal will 
clearly continue to be a major contributor to our economy 
through the generation of inexpensive electric power.
    Over the past 15 years, the Clean Coal Technology program 
has successfully demonstrated technologies to increase the 
efficiency of and reduce the emissions from coal-fired power 
plants and industrial facilities, to produce cleaner substitute 
fuels, and to expand the types of technologies available for 
the clean use of coal using fluidized-bed boilers and 
gasification technologies. Many of the technologies 
demonstrated are now commercially viable, and others form the 
basis for the Department's Fossil Energy research and 
development program.
    In its fiscal year 2001 appropriation, the Committee 
provided funds to continue the Clean Coal Technology program 
and the Department of Energy is now in the process of reviewing 
various project solicitations. The Committee encourages the 
Department to continue this review with the goal of announcing 
project selections at the earliest possible date. The Committee 
directs the Secretary of Energy to consider a broad range of 
project proposals including, but not limited to, those that 
utilize lignite coal. For fiscal year 2002, the Committee has 
recommended the transfer of $33,700,000 in previously 
appropriated Clean Coal Technology funds to the Fossil Energy 
Research and Development account to be used to support the 
Administration's Clean Coal Power Initiative, a much-needed 
follow on to the Clean Coal Technology program.

                 FOSSIL ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT


                     (including transfer of funds)

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $432,464,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     449,000,000
House allowance.........................................     579,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     570,390,000

    The Committee recommends $570,390,000 for fossil energy 
research and development. An additional $33,700,000 is derived 
by transfer from the clean coal technology account and 
$6,000,000 is derived from the use of prior year balances. The 
Committee's recommendation is $137,926,000 above the fiscal 
year 2001 enacted level and $124,090,000 above the budget 
request. The amounts recommended by the Committee as compared 
to the budget request are shown in the table below:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                                    Budget         recommen-          Change
                                                                   estimate          dation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Clean coal power initiative...................................         150,000         116,300          -33,700
    (By transfer from Clean Coal Technology)..................  ..............         (33,700)        (+33,700)
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, Program level....................................         150,000         150,000   ...............
                                                               =================================================
Coal and Power Systems:
    Central Systems:
        Innovations for existing plants.......................          18,000          22,500           +4,500
                                                               =================================================
        Advanced Systems:
            Indirect fired cycle..............................  ..............  ...............  ...............
            Integrated gasification combined  cycle...........          35,000          43,000           +8,000
            Advanced Combustion System (formerly PFB).........           8,000          11,000           +3,000
            Turbines..........................................  ..............          20,500          +20,500
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
              Subtotal, Advanced Systems......................          43,000          74,500          +31,500
                                                               =================================================
        Power plant improvement initiative (tranfser from       ..............  ...............  ...............
         Clean Coal)..........................................
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            Subtotal, Central Systems.........................          61,000          97,000          +36,000
                                                               =================================================

    Distributed Generation Systems--Fuel Cells:
        Advanced research.....................................           1,000           4,000           +3,000
        Fuel cell systems.....................................          11,500          13,500           +2,000
        Vision 21-hybrids.....................................          11,500          13,500           +2,000
        Innovative concepts...................................          21,124          21,124   ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Distributed Generation Systems--Fuel Cells          45,124          52,124           +7,000
                                                               =================================================
    Sequestration R&D;: Greenhouse gas control.................          20,677          32,177          +11,500
                                                               =================================================
    Fuels:
        Transportation fuels and chemicals....................           5,000          24,500          +19,500
        Solid fuels and feedstocks............................           2,000           5,000           +3,000
        Advanced fuels research...............................  ..............           4,450           +4,450
        Steelmaking feedstock.................................  ..............  ...............  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Fuels.....................................           7,000          33,950          +26,950
                                                               =================================================
    Advanced Research:
        Coal utilization science..............................           6,250           6,250   ...............
        Materials.............................................           7,000           8,000           +1,000
        Technology crosscut...................................           8,750          10,750           +2,000
        University coal research..............................           3,000           3,000   ...............
        HBCUs, education and training.........................           1,000           1,000   ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Advanced Research.........................          26,000          29,000           +3,000
                                                               =================================================
          Subtotal, Coal and Power Systems....................         159,801         244,251          +84,450
                                                               =================================================
Gas:
    Natural Gas Technologies:
        Exploration and production............................           9,350          17,350           +8,000
        Gas hydrates..........................................           4,750           9,800           +5,050
        Infrastructure........................................           5,050          10,050           +5,000
        Emerging processing technology applica-  tions........             250           3,250           +3,000
        Effective environmental protection....................           1,600           2,600           +1,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Gas.......................................          21,000          43,050          +22,050
                                                               =================================================
Petroleum--Oil Technology:
    Exploration and production supporting re-  search.........          20,350          26,350           +6,000
    Reservoir life extension/management.......................           4,849           7,949           +3,100
    Effective environmental protection........................           5,300          10,700           +5,400
    Emerging processing technology applications...............  ..............  ...............  ...............
    Ultra clean fuels.........................................  ..............  ...............  ...............
    Use of SPR petroleum account..............................  ..............  ...............  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Petroleum--Oil Technology.....................          30,499          44,999          +14,500
                                                               =================================================
Cooperative R&D...............................................;  ..............          11,240          +11,240
Fossil energy environmental restoration.......................           9,500           9,500   ...............
Import/export authorization...................................           1,000           2,400           +1,400
Headquarters program direction................................          14,700          18,700           +4,000
Energy Technology Center program direction....................          55,300          67,300          +12,000
General plant projects........................................           2,000          13,450          +11,450
                                                               =================================================
Advanced Metallurgical Processes: Advanced metallurgical                 5,200           5,200   ...............
 processes....................................................
Use of prior year balances....................................  ..............          -6,000           -6,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, Fossil Energy Research and Development...........         449,000         570,390         +121,390
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Coal and Power Systems.--Increases above the budget request 
include $4,500,000 in central systems/innovations for existing 
plants, of which $3,500,000 is for mercury control and PM 2.5 
monitoring, and $1,000,000 is for Vision 21. In central 
systems/advanced systems, increases include $8,000,000 for IGCC 
programs, of which $4,000,000 is for the Wilsonville facility, 
and $4,000,000 is for Vision 21 ($3,000,000 of which is for the 
ITM oxygen research); $3,000,000 in advanced combustion systems 
(formerly called pressurized fluidized bed systems) for Vision 
21; and $20,500,000 in turbines, $2,500,000 of which is for 
Vision 21, $13,000,000 of which is for the next generation 
turbine program (including $3,000,000 for ramgen technology), 
and $5,000,000 of which is for syngas application in advanced 
turbine systems.
    In distributed generation/fuel cells, there are increases 
above the request of $3,000,000 for advanced research, 
$2,000,000 of which is for the establishment of an electro-
chemical engineering program; $2,000,000 in fuel cell systems 
for molten carbonate research; and $2,000,000 for Vision 21/
hybrids. In sequestration research and development, there is an 
increase of $11,500,000, $10,000,000 of which is for greenhouse 
gas control research and $1,500,000 of which is for the carbon 
sequestration science focus area at the National Energy 
Technology Laboratory.
    In fuels research/transportation fuels and chemicals, 
increases above the request include $3,500,000 for continued 
research activities at the LaPorte, TX facility, and 
$16,000,000 for the ultra clean fuels program, of which 
$1,000,000 is for the clean diesel fuel program at the 
University of Alaska. Although not representing a change from 
the budget request level, the Committee expects $3,700,000 of 
the $3,950,000 made available for the F-T syngas ceramic 
membrane program to be used for ITM syngas activities conducted 
by APCI. In solid fuels and feedstocks, the Committee has 
provided an increase of $3,000,000 for advanced separations for 
work conducted in conjunction with the Center for Advanced 
Separations Technology. In advanced fuels research, the 
Committee has included increases of $2,000,000 for the C-1 
chemistry program, $500,000 for hydrogen economy enabling 
science, $250,000 for molecular modeling, and $1,700,000 for 
the advanced concepts program.
    In advanced reserarch, increases above the budget request 
total $3,000,000, of which $1,000,000 is for materials/
materials research, and $2,000,000 is for the computational 
Center of Excellence at the National Energy Technology 
Laboratory.
    In natural gas technologies, increases in exploration and 
production include $3,800,000 for advanced drilling, $1,200,000 
for coalbed methane water filtration research, and $3,000,000 
for restoration of the national lab/industry partnerships. For 
gas hydrate research, there is an increase of $5,050,000; for 
infrastructure, there are increases of $1,000,000 in storage 
technology, and $4,000,000 in infrastructure technology; for 
emerging processing technology, increases include $3,000,000 
for the coal mine methane program; and in effective 
environmental protection, $1,000,000 is for technology 
development.
    In oil technologies, increases above the budget request 
include $6,000,000 for the national lab/industry partnerships; 
$3,100,000 for the preferred upstream management practices 
program; and $5,400,000 for effective environmental protection, 
of which $300,000 is for program planning and analysis, 
$500,000 is for regulation streamlining, $2,227,000 is for risk 
management, and $2,373,000 is for technology development.
    In cooperative research and development, the Committee has 
included $11,240,000 in increased funding to be allocated as 
follows: $3,000,000 for the establishment of an Arctic Energy 
Technology Center, and $8,240,000 to restore funding to WRI and 
UNDEERC. Of the amount provided for the Arctic Energy 
Technology Center, $1,000,000 is to support Oxygen Transport 
Ceramic Membrane research activities.
    Other changes to the budget request include an increase of 
$1,400,000 to restore the import/export authorization program; 
an increase of $16,000,000 to restore funding for program 
direction, of which $12,000,000 is for the National Energy 
Technology Laboratory; and an increase of $11,450,000 in plant 
and capital equipment with bill language authorizing 
$11,000,000 to be used for planning and design of the NETL 
infrastructure upgrade.
    The Committee has included a provision in the bill that 
allows the National Energy Technology Laboratory to use a 
limited amount of its program direction funds to support non-
fossil energy activities that complement the fossil energy 
mission.

                      ALTERNATIVE FUELS PRODUCTION


                              (rescission)

Appropriations, 2001....................................     -$1,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      -2,000,000
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................      -2,000,000

    The Committee recommends a rescission of $2,000,000 in 
unobligated balances in this account, the same as the budget 
estimate.

                 naval petroleum and oil shale reserves

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $1,596,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      17,371,000
House allowance.........................................      17,371,000
Committee recommendation................................      17,371,000

    The Committee recommends $17,371,000 for the Naval 
Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves, the same as the budget 
request.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Oil reserves:
    Naval Petroleum Reserves Nos. 1 and 2....................       $5,144,000       $5,144,000  ...............
    Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3............................        7,235,000        7,235,000  ...............
    Program direction (headquarters).........................        9,992,000        9,992,000  ...............
    Naval oil shale reserves.................................  ...............
    Use of prior year funds..................................       -5,000,000       -5,000,000  ...............
    Rescission...............................................  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, naval petroleum and oil shale re-  serves.......       17,371,000       17,371,000  ...............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      elk hills school lands fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $36,000,000 
Budget estimate, 2001 (advance appropriation)...........     36,000,000 
House allowance (by transfer)...........................    (36,000,000)
Committee recommendation (advance appropriation)........     36,000,000 

    The Committee recommends $36,000,000 for the Elk Hills 
school lands fund, the same as the budget request and the 
fiscal year 2001 level. The Committee has not derived these 
funds by transfer as proposed by the House. These funds will 
become available on October 1, 2002.

                          Energy Conservation

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $813,442,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     755,805,000
House allowance.........................................     940,805,000
Committee recommendation................................     870,805,000

    The amounts recommended by the Committee compared with the 
budget estimates by activity are shown in the following table:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      Budget         Committee
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Building Technology, State and Community Sector:
    Building research and standards:
        Technology roadmaps and competitive R&D.................;             857           6,857          +6,000
        Residential buildings integration.......................           7,478          12,478          +5,000
        Commercial buildings integration........................           2,510           4,510          +2,000
        Equipment, materials and tools..........................          21,547          38,547         +17,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Building research and stand-  ards..........          32,392          62,392         +30,000
                                                                 ===============================================
    Building Technology Assistance:
        Weatherization assistance and state energy programs.....         311,000         251,000         -60,000
        Community partnerships..................................           8,488          18,788         +10,300
        Energy star program.....................................           2,000           2,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Building technology assistance..............         321,488         271,788         -49,700
                                                                 ===============================================
    Cooperative programs with States............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Energy efficiency science initiative........................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Management and planning.....................................          15,090          15,090  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Building Technology, State and Community Sector.         368,970         355,270         -13,700
                                                                 ===============================================
Federal Energy Management Program:
    Program activities..........................................           8,900           8,900  ..............
    Program direction...........................................           4,400           4,400  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federal Energy Management Pro-  gram............          13,300          13,300  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Industry Sector:
    Industries of the future (specific).........................          46,424          72,624         +26,200
    Industries of the future (crosscutting).....................          31,900          58,900         +27,000
    Cooperative programs with States............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Energy efficiency science initiative........................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Management and planning.....................................           9,400           9,400  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Industry Sector.................................          87,724         146,924         +59,200
                                                                 ===============================================
Power Technologies:
    Distributed generation technologies development.............          45,896          61,896         +16,000
    Management and planning.....................................           1,450           1,950            +500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Power Technologies..............................          47,346          63,846         +16,500
                                                                 ===============================================
Transportation:
    Vehicle technology R&D......................................;         126,422         155,122         +28,700
    Fuels utilization R&D.......................................;          20,908          25,908          +5,000
    Materials technologies......................................          30,293          40,293         +10,000
    Technology deployment.......................................           9,860          13,160          +3,300
    Cooperative programs with States............................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
    Energy efficiency science initiative........................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
    Management and planning.....................................          10,232          10,232  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Transportation..................................         197,715         250,715         +53,000
                                                                 ===============================================
Policy and management...........................................          40,750          40,750  ..............
Use of Biomass Energy Development funds.........................  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Energy Conservation................................         755,805         870,805        +115,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee recommends $870,805,000 for energy 
conservation, an increase of $115,000,000 above the budget 
request and $57,362,000 above the fiscal year 2001 level. 
Changes to the budget request are detailed below.
    In buildings research and standards, increases include 
$6,000,000 for competitive research and development, $5,000,000 
for Building America in the residential buildings program, 
$2,000,000 for commercial buildings integration, and 
$17,000,000 for equipment materials and tools, of which 
$2,000,000 is for lighting research and development (including 
hybrid lighting), $3,000,000 is for space conditioning and 
refrigeration, $500,000 is for appliances and emerging 
technologies, $1,000,000 is for analysis tools and design 
strategies, $4,000,000 is for lighting and appliance standards, 
and $6,500,000 is for building envelope research, of which 
$2,000,000 is for a competitive solicitation, $3,000,000 is for 
windows research (including electrochromics) and $1,500,000 is 
for other high priority building envelope technology.
    In building technology assistance, there is an increase of 
$10,300,000 for community energy programs, of which $6,000,000 
is for Rebuild America, $2,000,000 is for information outreach, 
and $2,300,000 is for training and assistance for State and 
Federal building energy codes.
    Other increases for the buildings sector programs include 
$2,000,000 to restore cooperative programs with the States, 
$2,000,000 to restore the energy efficiency science initiative 
and $2,000,000 for the Energy Star Program.
    For industry sector research, increases include $26,200,000 
for industries of the future (specific) programs, of which 
$4,000,000 is for steel, $3,500,000 is for aluminum, $2,000,000 
is for metal casting, $1,800,000 is for glass, $7,000,000 is 
for chemicals, $2,800,000 is for petroleum (to support small 
refinery projects), $500,000 is for agriculture, $3,000,000 is 
for mining, and $1,600,000 is for supporting industries. For 
industries of the future (crosscutting), increases include 
$6,000,000 for technical assistance/best practices and 
$21,000,000 for enabling technology, of which $7,000,000 is for 
materials research, $1,000,000 is for combustion systems/boiler 
research, $10,000,000 is for industrial gasification, and 
$3,000,000 is to restore the sensors and controls program 
funding. Other increases include $2,000,000 to restore 
cooperative programs with the States, $2,000,000 to restore the 
energy efficiency science initiative, and $2,000,000 for 
innovations and inventions.
    The Committee is aware of work being done by Utah State 
University and industrial partners to develop value-added 
products and processes using renewable resources as production 
feedstocks. The Committee urges the Department to work with the 
University to integrate this expertise with the Industries of 
the Future program or other relevant programs.
    For distributed generation technologies, there is an 
increase of $16,500,000, including $4,000,000 for microturbine 
technology, $5,000,000 for reciprocating engine technology, 
$3,000,000 for National Energy Technology Laboratory support 
and university research on reciprocating engines (through 
Fossil Energy), $4,000,000 for systems integration, and 
$500,000 for management and planning to provide for fixed costs 
and essential staffing.
    For transportation sector research, there is net increase 
of $28,700,000 for vehicle technology research and development, 
including a decrease of $500,000 for the Graduate Automotive 
Technology Education program and increases of $4,000,000 for 
hybrid/light and heavy vehicle propulsion, $2,700,000 for 
hybrid/high power energy storage, $3,500,000 for hybrid/
advanced power electronics and the Department is directed to 
down select from 3 to 2 contracts, $8,000,000 for combustion 
and emissions control, $3,500,000 for heavy truck engine 
research and development and the Department is expected to fund 
at least two natural gas engine projects, $3,500,000 for 
electric vehicle/advanced battery development, and $4,000,000 
for heavy vehicle systems optimization. The Committee expects 
the Department to focus its truck research on a broad array of 
options and not limit the program to diesel engine research.
    Other transportation program increases include $5,000,000 
for fuels utilization, of which $3,000,000 is for advanced 
petroleum based fuels for heavy trucks and lighter vehicles and 
$2,000,000 is for alternative fuels for medium and heavy 
trucks; $10,000,000 for materials technologies, of which 
$1,000,000 is for automotive propulsion materials, $8,000,000 
is for lightweight materials technologies (including high 
strength/weight reduction materials) and $1,000,000 is for the 
High Temperature Materials Laboratory; $5,300,000 for 
technology deployment, of which $5,000,000 is for the clean 
cities program and $300,000 is for advanced vehicle 
competitions of the total amount provided for the clean cities 
program, $2,000,000 is to help increase E-85 fueling capacity. 
There are also increases of $2,000,000 to restore cooperative 
programs with the States and $2,000,000 to restore the energy 
efficiency science initiative.
    Finally, the Committee notes that, although it did not 
provide the full request in the weatherization assistance 
program, it has provided an increase of $60,000,000 above the 
fiscal year 2001 level.
    The Committee agrees to the following:
    1. The cooperative programs with the States and the energy 
efficiency science initiative should be closely coordinated 
with the Fossil Energy Research and Development program to 
ensure that the highest priority research needs across both the 
Fossil Energy and Energy Conservation accounts are addressed. 
The cooperative programs with the States should also be 
coordinated with the Energy Information Administration.
    2. Within the funds provided for building sector programs, 
the oil heat research program is to be continued at the fiscal 
year 2001 level.
    3. The Department needs to do a better job of working with 
industry partners in developing and implementing long-term 
research plans and in requesting funding in budget submissions 
to support those plans. The Committee has been particularly 
concerned about the lack of commitment to the natural gas 
research plan, including natural gas vehicles, over the past 
few years and encourages the Department to work closely with 
industry on the plan. The increases provided above the budget 
request should be directed, in part, to that plan in close 
coordination with industry partners.
    4. The controlled thermo-mechanical processing project in 
the industries of the future program should continue at the 
fiscal year 2001 level during fiscal year 2002.
    5. The Department needs to provide a more detailed breakout 
of funding in the distributed generation technologies activity 
in future budgets. The Committee has agreed to provide 
flexibility for the first full year of funding for the program 
in order to take advantage of the most promising opportunities. 
However, the Committee expects that, in fiscal year 2003 and 
beyond, a more definitive justification with greater funding 
detail by subactivity will be incorporated in the budget 
requests.
    6. Within the funds provided for distributed generation 
technologies, the Department should accelerate research and 
development on thermally activated technologies for packaged 
cooling, heat and power systems.
    7. The Committee continues to be concerned that the 
Department of Energy has ignored the Committee's reprogramming 
procedures in the energy conservation area. In fiscal year 
2001, nearly $1,000,000 was realigned to increase the buildings 
sector management and planning activity and $500,000 was used 
to fund the graduate automotive technology education program 
for which the Congress did not provide funding in fiscal year 
2001. The Committee expects full compliance with the 
reprogramming guidelines by the Department in the future. The 
Committee will consider addressing this problem in statutory 
language if violations continue.
    The Committee recognizes that experimental fuel cell 
vehicles, including buses and trucks, are already on the 
nation's roads, and that auto makers are scheduling the release 
of prototype fuel cell passenger cars in 2004. Because 
undetected hydrogen leaks pose a grave threat to public safety, 
it is imperative that the development of hydrogen detection 
systems be encouraged. The Committee encourages the Department 
of Energy to work with industry to facilitate the establishment 
of enabling safety technologies that are essential for public 
acceptance of effective and efficient alternatives to 
conventionally powered vehicles.
    The Committee is aware of the efforts of Oak Ridge National 
Laboratory, in partnership with the Automotive Composites 
Consortium, to study the long-term durability of strong, 
lightweight automotive composite materials. The weight 
reductions made possible through use of such materials is 
crucial to meeting the goals of improved fuel economy, reduced 
emissions, and enhanced safety. While the Oak Ridge National 
Laboratory/Automotive Composites Consortium is currently 
focused on carbon composites only, the Committee urges the 
Department to include in its ongoing work, the study of new 
reinforcement technologies and a range of advanced engineering 
thermoplastics. Inclusion of these additional materials could 
expand materials options for the automotive industry as it 
strives to improve efficiency and safety.

                          ECONOMIC REGULATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $1,996,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       1,996,000
House allowance.........................................       1,996,000
Committee recommendation................................       1,996,000

    The economic regulation account funds the independent 
Office of Hearings and Appeals which is responsible for all of 
the Department's adjudication processes except those that are 
the responsibility of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. 
The amount funded by this Committee is for those activities 
specific to this bill: mainly those related to petroleum 
overcharge cases. All other activities are funded on a 
reimbursable basis from the other elements of the Department of 
Energy. Prior to fiscal year 1997, this account also funded the 
Economic Regulatory Administration.
    The Committee recommends $1,996,000 for economic 
regulation, equal to both the budget request and the fiscal 
year 2001 level. The Committee expects the Department to submit 
a plan by March 1, 2002, for phasing out direct funding for the 
Office of Hearings and Appeals from the Interior bill over the 
next three years. The Committee is concerned about the high 
cost of employees in this office and concerned that the 
casework, funded by the Interior and related agencies 
appropriation, has not been brought to a timely completion.

                      STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $160,637,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     169,009,000
House allowance.........................................     179,009,000
Committee recommendation................................     169,009,000

    The Committee recommends $169,009,000 for operation of the 
strategic petroleum reserve, an increase of $8,372,000 above 
the fiscal year 2001 enacted level.

                   ENERGY INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $75,509,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      75,499,000
House allowance.........................................      78,499,000
Committee recommendation................................      75,499,000

    The Committee recommends $775,499,000 for the Energy 
Information Administration, a reduction of $10,000 below the 
fiscal year 2001 enacted level.

                DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


                         Indian Health Service


                         INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $2,265,663,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   2,387,014,000
House allowance.........................................   2,390,014,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,388,614,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,388,614,000 
for Indian health services.
    The amounts recommended by the Committee as compared to the 
budget estimate are shown in the following table:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Committee
                                                             Budget estimate   recommendation        Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Clinical services:
    IHS and tribal health delivery:
        Hospital and health clinics pro-  grams...........   $1,137,711,000    $1,137,711,000   ................
        Dental health program.............................       95,305,000        95,305,000   ................
        Mental health program.............................       47,142,000        47,142,000   ................
        Alcohol and substance abuse pro-  gram............      135,005,000       135,005,000   ................
    Contract care.........................................      445,776,000       445,776,000   ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, clinical services.........................    1,860,939,000     1,860,939,000   ................
                                                           =====================================================
Preventive health:
    Public health nursing.................................       37,781,000        37,781,000   ................
    Health education......................................       10,628,000        10,628,000   ................
    Community health representatives pro-  gram...........       49,789,000        49,789,000   ................
    Immunization (Alaska).................................        1,526,000         1,526,000   ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, preventive health.........................       99,724,000        99,724,000   ................
                                                           =====================================================
Urban health projects.....................................       29,947,000        30,947,000        +$1,000,000
Indian health professions.................................       30,565,000        31,165,000           +600,000
Tribal management.........................................        2,406,000         2,406,000   ................
Direct operations.........................................       65,323,000        65,323,000   ................
Self-governance...........................................        9,876,000         9,876,000   ................
Contract support costs....................................      288,234,000       288,234,000   ................
Medicare/Medicaid reimbursements: Hospital and clinic          (499,985,000)     (499,985,000)  ................
 accreditation (est. collecting)..........................
                                                           =====================================================
      Total, Indian Health Services.......................    2,387,014,000     2,388,614,000         +1,600,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Increases above the budget estimate include $50,000 for the 
InPsych program at the University of North Dakota, $50,000 for 
the InPsych program at the University of Montana and $500,000 
for the InMed program at the University of North Dakota. In 
addition, the Committee has restored $1,000,000 to the urban 
health activity to fund the dental program run by First Nations 
Community Health Sources in cooperation with the Southwest 
Indian Polytechnic Institute.
    The Committee expects the Indian Health Service to continue 
the diabetes prevention and research activities centered at the 
National Diabetes Prevention Center in Gallup, New Mexico, and 
jointly funded by the Centers for Disease Control.

                        INDIAN HEALTH FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $363,103,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     319,795,000
House allowance.........................................     369,795,000
Committee recommendation................................     362,854,000

    The Committee has provided an appropriation of $362,854,000 
for Indian health facilities. The amounts recommended by the 
Committee as compared to the budget estimate are shown in the 
following table:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Maintenance and improvement..................................      $45,331,000      $45,331,000  ...............
Sanitation facilities........................................       93,827,000       93,827,000  ...............
Construction of facilities...................................       37,568,000       80,627,000     +$43,059,000
Facilities and environmental health support..................      126,775,000      126,775,000  ...............
Equipment....................................................       16,294,000       16,294,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Indian health facilities........................      319,795,000      362,854,000      +43,059,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee's distribution of health care facilities 
funding is as follows: $27,827,000 for Fort Defiance, AZ 
hospital and staff quarters construction, $15,000,000 for 
Winnebago, NE hospital construction, $2,600,000 for Pinon, AZ 
clinic infrastructure, $5,000,000 for Red Mesa, AZ clinic 
infrastructure, $1,200,000 for Pawnee, OK clinic 
infrastructure, $5,500,000 for St. Paul and Metlakatla clinic 
infrastructure, and $1,500,000 for Sisseton, SD clinic design. 
In addition, the Committee has included $5,000,000 for 
continued construction of Bethel, AK clinic staff quarters, 
$5,000,000 for continuation of the joint venture program, 
$10,000,000 for continuation of the small ambulatory grants 
program and $2,000,000 for dental units, of which $1,000,000 is 
designated for the AK SouthCentral Foundation to develop an 
adult dental clinic.
    The Committee strongly encourages the Indian Health 
Service, from its Sanitation Facilities Construction program, 
to continue to fund at the highest level possible, construction 
of a new drinking water system for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 
of the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho.

                         OTHER RELATED AGENCIES


              Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $14,967,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      15,148,000
House allowance.........................................      15,148,000
Committee recommendation................................      15,148,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $15,148,000, 
which is $181,000 above the fiscal year 2001 level and is the 
same as the budget estimate.

    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
                              Development


                       PAYMENTS TO THE INSTITUTE

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $4,116,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       4,490,000
House allowance.........................................       4,490,000
Committee recommendation................................       4,490,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,490,000, 
which is $374,000 above the fiscal year 2001 enacted level and 
is the same as below the budget estimate.

                        Smithsonian Institution


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $386,902,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     396,200,000
House allowance.........................................     396,200,000
Committee recommendation................................     401,192,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $401,192,000 
for salaries and expenses of the Smithsonian Institution. This 
amount is $4,992,000 above the budget estimate and $14,290,000 
above the fiscal year 2001 level.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate with the Committee recommendation:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Museums and research institutes..............................     $204,107,000     $209,874,000      +$5,767,000
Program support and outreach.................................       44,136,000       37,082,000       -7,054,000
Administration...............................................       36,144,000       42,065,000       +5,921,000
Facilities services..........................................      111,813,000      112,171,000         +358,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................      396,200,000      401,192,000       +4,992,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee's recommendation includes the following 
amounts above the fiscal year 2001 level: $10,550,000 for pay 
and benefits increases, $500,000 for expansion of the MOMS 
program operated by SITES, $800,000 for security system 
modernization and maintenance, and $6,000,000 for an 
information technology initiative. In addition to these 
increases, $12,290,000 in proposed fiscal year 2001 reductions 
have been restored to the base. Within this total, an amount of 
$1,399,000 has been retained to fund collections preparation 
and program planning for the National Air and Space Museum 
Udvar-Hazy Center. The Committee expects that utilities, 
communications and postage increases will be met within the 
funds that have been restored. Reductions to the current year 
enacted level include one-time costs of $2,000,000 for the 
American presidency exhibit and $200,000 for the east court 
project at the National Museum of Natural History, $300,000 
from major scientific instrumentation, $559,000 from the Museum 
Support Center, $335,000 from the Finance and Administration 
units, $75,000 from the Office of the Inspector General, and 
$91,000 derived from consolidating functions of the Office of 
International Relations with the Under Secretary for Science.
    The Committee has not included other proposals for 
reductions in its recommendations for a number of reasons. 
Several proposals are based upon a science initiative that will 
not be undertaken until a review by a blue-ribbon science 
commission is completed and approved by the Smithsonian's Board 
of Regents. The Committee asks that the Institution provide 
copies of the commission's report to the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations, as well as the relevant 
authorizing committees, once it is completed and consult with 
them on its implementation as appropriate. Until such time, the 
Committee expects that the Conservation Research Center in 
Front Royal, VA and the Smithsonian Center for Materials 
Research and Education in Suitland, MD, each proposed for 
closure in the budget estimate, remain open and funded in 
accordance with the Committee's recommendations. The Committee 
has not approved the Smithsonian's proposal for using Federal 
funds to support and expand programs supported currently with 
Trust funds. The Committee commends the Smithsonian for 
expanding its outreach activities, which serve to bring the 
Smithsonian's collections and expertise to communities around 
the country. It is the Committee's intention to continue to 
work with the Smithsonian to support these activities.
    With regard to the funds proposed for redirection based on 
efficiencies, particularly those related to outsourcing, or 
savings based on reductions to the current work force, the 
Committee is reluctant to approve these proposals without 
greater detail than is currently available. Some of these 
proposals appear not to achieve overall savings but rather 
direct costs out to individual museums and programs that have 
operated for the most part without significant programmatic 
increases over the past several years. Further, the Committee 
is unclear as to how the proposed FTE reductions will be 
achieved when neither buyout nor early out authority exists 
currently and no costs are identified in conjunction with a 
potential reduction in force. The Committee will continue to 
review these proposals as more information becomes available in 
the weeks ahead.
    Earlier in the month the Committee received a request from 
the Institution to reprogram existing funds in order to 
initiate its information technology initiative, which is 
estimated to cost approximately $42,000,000 over the next 
several years. The Committee approves this reprogramming, but 
because of the size of the project requests that the 
Institution provide quarterly reports that summarize both its 
progress in implementing the new system and the costs attached 
to current work beginning in January 2002. Finally, the 
Committee has funded this project within the Administration 
activity, which includes the Office of Information Technology, 
instead of the information resources management pool where the 
funds had been requested. The Committee understands that a 
portion of the funds in this pool also will be used for the 
technology initiative.
    In addition to the $500,000 increase provided for SITES, 
the Committee has retained $392,000 in proposed base reductions 
to the Outreach activity, which should also be directed to the 
SITES program. Similarly, a proposed reduction of $281,000 
within Administration for information technology contract 
services has been restored and should be directed to funding 
the new information technology initiative.

            REPAIR, RESTORATION AND ALTERATION OF FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $57,473,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      67,900,000
House allowance.........................................      67,900,000
Committee recommendation................................      67,900,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $67,900,000 
for the repair and restoration of facilities. This amount meets 
the budget request and provides an increase of $10,427,000 for 
activities within this account.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $9,479,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      30,000,000
House allowance.........................................      30,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      25,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $25,000,000 
for construction of Smithsonian facilities. This amount will 
enable the Institution to move forward with planned contracts 
for construction of the National Museum of the American Indian 
in fiscal year 2002. The Committee strongly supports this 
project but is unable to meet the budget request of $30,000,000 
in full due to overall budget constraints. Should additional 
dollars become available later in the appropriations process, 
the Committee would hope to agree to the higher funding level 
in conference.

                        National Gallery of Art


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $64,638,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      66,229,000
House allowance.........................................      68,967,000
Committee recommendation................................      68,967,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $68,967,000 
for salaries and expenses at the National Gallery of Art. An 
amount of $2,738,000 above the budget request is provided to 
restore base funding to the special exhibitions budget and meet 
fixed cost increases in full. The detail table at the back of 
the report displays the distribution of funds among the 
Gallery's activities.

            REPAIR, RESTORATION, AND RENOVATION OF BUILDINGS

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $10,847,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      14,220,000
House allowance.........................................      14,220,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,220,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $14,220,000 
for the repair, restoration, and renovation of buildings. This 
amount meets the budget estimate, and provides funding to 
continue Master Facilities Plan projects, as well as ongoing 
renovation and repair work.

             John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts


                       OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $13,969,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      15,000,000
House allowance.........................................      15,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      15,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $15,000,000 to 
meet the budget estimate for the operations and maintenance of 
the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $19,956,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      19,000,000
House allowance.........................................      19,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      19,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $19,000,000 
for major construction and renovation projects of the Kennedy 
Center.

            Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $12,283,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       7,796,000
House allowance.........................................       7,796,000
Committee recommendation................................       7,796,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $7,796,000 for 
the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The 
detail table at the back of the report displays the proposed 
distribution of funding for the center's activities in the 
coming fiscal year.

           National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities


                    National Endowment for the Arts


                       GRANTS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $97,785,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      98,234,000
House allowance.........................................      98,234,000
Committee recommendation................................      98,234,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $98,234,000 
for grants and administration of the National Endowment for the 
Arts. In addition to the funding provided within this account, 
$17,000,000 is provided through the Challenge America fund to 
support the endowment's outreach activities at both the Federal 
and State levels.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee recommendation:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Grants: Direct grants........................................      $47,550,000      $47,827,000        +$277,000
                                                              ==================================================
State partnerships:
    State and regional.......................................       24,906,000       25,118,000         +212,000
    Under-served set-aside...................................        6,794,000        6,805,000          +11,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, State partnerships...........................       31,700,000       31,923,000         +223,000
                                                              ==================================================
      Subtotal, grants.......................................       79,250,000       79,750,000         +500,000
                                                              ==================================================
Program support..............................................        1,154,000        1,154,000  ...............
Administration...............................................       17,830,000       17,330,000         -500,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, grants and administration.......................       98,234,000       98,234,000  ...............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Language in title III of the bill retains provisions from 
prior years regarding priority for rural and underserved 
communities; priority for grants that encourage public 
knowledge, education, understanding, and appreciation of the 
arts; restrictions regarding individual grants, subgranting, 
and seasonal support; a 15-percent cap on the total amount of 
grant funds directed to any one State; designation of a 
category for grants of national significance; and authority to 
solicit and invest funds.

                 National Endowment for the Humanities


                       GRANTS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $104,373,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     104,882,000
House allowance.........................................     107,882,000
Committee recommendation................................     109,882,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $109,882,000 
for grants and administration of the National Endowment for the 
Humanities an increase of $5,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee recommendation:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Grants:
    Federal/State partnership................................      $30,593,000      $32,093,000      +$1,500,000
    Office of Preservation...................................       18,288,000       18,788,000         +500,000
    Public Programs..........................................       12,560,000       13,560,000       +1,000,000
    Research.................................................       12,519,000       13,519,000       +1,000,000
    Education programs.......................................       12,075,000       13,075,000       +1,000,000
    Program development......................................          397,000          397,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, grants.......................................       86,432,000       91,432,000       +5,000,000
                                                              ==================================================
Administrative Areas: Administration.........................       18,450,000       18,450,000  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
      Total, grants and administration.......................      104,882,000      109,882,000       +5,000,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    As in prior years, the Committee has included bill language 
providing the Endowment with the authority to solicit and 
invest funds.

                            MATCHING GRANTS

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $15,621,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      15,622,000
House allowance.........................................      15,622,000
Committee recommendation................................      15,622,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $15,622,000 
for matching grants. Of this amount, $10,436,000 is designated 
for Challenge grants, $4,000,000 is for Treasury funds and 
$1,186,000 is for regional humanities centers.

                Institute of Museum and Library Services


                       Office of Museum Services


                       GRANTS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $24,852,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      24,899,000
House allowance.........................................      26,899,000
Committee recommendation................................      26,899,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $26,899,000 
for the Office of Museum Services an increase of $2,000,000 
above the budget estimate. The detail table at the back of the 
report provides a display of funding by activity.

                      Challenge America Arts Fund


                        CHALLENGE AMERICA GRANTS

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $6,985,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       6,985,000
House allowance.........................................      17,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      17,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $17,000,000 
for the Challenge America Arts Fund, an increase of $10,015,000 
above the fiscal year 2001 level and the 2002 budget estimate. 
The Fund is intended to support the outreach activities of the 
National Endowment for the Arts at both the federal and state 
levels.

                        Commission of Fine Arts


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $1,076,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       1,274,000
House allowance.........................................       1,274,000
Committee recommendation................................       1,174,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,174,000 for 
the Commission of Fine Arts, a decrease of $100,000 from the 
budget estimate. The Committee does not concur with the budget 
proposal that the Commission serve as a reviewing agency for 
grants that would be awarded competitively through the National 
Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs (NCACA) program, because the 
Commission does not have the current capability to serve in 
this capacity. If the decision is made to change the current 
grant process for NCACA, the Committee suggests that other 
agencies, such as the D.C. Commission on the Arts and 
Humanities, might be more appropriate candidates to operate the 
program.

               NATIONAL CAPITAL ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $6,985,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       7,000,000
House allowance.........................................       7,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       7,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $7,000,000 for 
the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program. The 
Committee has not agreed to the proposal to change the method 
for distributing these funds and, therefore, expects the 
Commission of Fine Arts to administer the program in the same 
manner as it has in the past.

               Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $3,182,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       3,310,000
House allowance.........................................       3,400,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,310,000

    The Committee recommends the President's request of 
$3,310,000, an increase of $128,000 above the fiscal year 2001 
enacted level.

                  National Capital Planning Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $6,486,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       7,253,000
House allowance.........................................       7,253,000
Committee recommendation................................       7,253,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $7,253,000 for 
the National Capital Planning Commission. This amount is the 
same as the administration's budget estimate.

                United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


                       HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $34,363,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      36,028,000
House allowance.........................................      36,028,000
Committee recommendation................................      36,028,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $36,028,000 
for the Holocaust Memorial Museum. Included in this amount is 
an increase of $1,665,000 above fiscal year 2001 for 
anticipated fixed cost increases.

                             Presidio Trust


                          PRESIDIO TRUST FUND

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $33,327,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      22,427,000
House allowance.........................................      22,427,000
Committee recommendation................................      23,125,000

    The Committee recommends $23,125,000 for the Presidio 
Trust, a decrease of $10,202,000 from the fiscal year 2001 
enacted level.

                     TITLE III--GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The Committee has recommended inclusion of several general 
provisions in the bill including the following:
    Sec. 301. Provides that contracts which provide consulting 
services be a matter of public record and available for public 
review, except where otherwise provided by law.
    Sec. 302. Provides a restriction on noncompetitive bidding 
in the Shawnee National Forest, IL.
    Sec. 303. Provides that appropriations available in the 
bill shall not be used to produce literature or otherwise 
promote public support of a legislative proposal on which 
legislative action is not complete.
    Sec. 304. Provides that appropriations made available in 
this bill will not remain available beyond the current fiscal 
year unless otherwise provided.
    Sec. 305. Provides that appropriations made available in 
this bill cannot be used to provide a cook, chauffeur, or other 
personal servants.
    Sec. 306. Provides for restrictions on departmental 
assessments unless approved by the Committees on 
Appropriations.
    Sec. 307. Limits the actions of the Forest Service and the 
Bureau of Land Management with regard to the sale of giant 
sequoia trees to a manner consistent with such sales as were 
conducted in fiscal year 2000.
    Sec. 308. Prohibits the National Park Service from 
implementing a concession contract which permits or requires 
the removal of the underground lunchroom at Carlsbad Caverns 
National Park.
    Sec. 309. Prohibits the use of funds appropriated in the 
bill to demolish the bridge between Jersey City, NJ, and Ellis 
Island or to prevent the pedestrian use of such bridge when it 
is made known that such use is consistent with generally 
accepted safety standards.
    Sec. 310. Retains mining patent moratorium carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 311. Provides that funds appropriated to the Bureau of 
Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service for contract 
support costs for fiscal years 1994 through 2001 are the total 
amounts available except that, for the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, tribes and tribal organizations may use their tribal 
priority allocations for unmet indirect costs of ongoing 
contracts, grants, self-governance compacts, or annual funding 
agreements.
    Sec. 312. Includes language allowing competition for 
watershed restoration projects through the ``Jobs in the 
Woods'' component of the President's forest plan for the 
Pacific Northwest or for the ``Jobs in the Woods'' program for 
Alaska to be limited to individuals and entities in 
historically timber-dependent areas covered by the plan.
    Sec. 313. Includes language requiring prior approval by the 
Appropriations Committees before commencing planning, design, 
or construction of any project funded with recreational fee 
demonstration moneys when the estimated total project cost is 
greater than $500,000.
    Sec. 314. Prohibits the use of funds for posting clothing 
optional signs at Cape Canaveral NS, FL.
    Sec. 315. Includes language defining the grantmaking 
capabilities and responsibilities of the National Endowment of 
the Arts. Grants to individuals may be made only for literature 
fellowships, national heritage fellowships, or American jazz 
masters fellowships. The Chairperson of the Endowment will 
establish procedures to ensure that grants made, except those 
to a State or local arts agency, will not be used to make a 
further grant to any other organization or individual to 
conduct activity independent of the direct grant recipient. 
Grants for seasonal support may not be awarded unless the 
application is specific to the contents of the season.
    Sec. 316. Includes language allowing the National Endowment 
for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities to 
raise funds and receive gifts, to deposit such in an interest-
bearing account for the appropriate Endowment, and to use such 
to further the functions of the respective Endowments in 
accordance with the specified intent of the donors.
    Sec. 317. Provides language for awarding financial 
assistance to underserved populations under the National 
Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 1965. With 
funds appropriated to carry out section 5 of the act, the 
chairman will establish a category of national significance 
grants. With the exception of this grant category, the chairman 
will not make grants exceeding 15 percent, in the aggregate, of 
such funds to any single State.
    Sec. 318. Prohibits the use of appropriations to fund any 
activities associated with the issuance of the 5-year program 
under the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning 
Act. Strategic planning activities carried out for that act 
should now be completed as part of the agency's compliance with 
the Government Performance and Results Act, Public Law 103-62.
    Sec. 319. Prohibits the use of funds to support Government-
wide administrative functions unless they are justified in the 
budget process and approved by the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees.
    Sec. 320. Prohibits the use of funds to make improvements 
to Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House without 
Committee approval.
    Sec. 321. Provides additional authority to use the roads 
and trails funds for priority forest health related management. 
The Committee recognizes that there is a serious backlog in 
important road, trail and bridge work throughout the national 
forest system just as there is a serious backlog in needed 
management related to forest health.
    Sec. 322. Limits the use of funds that may be used to 
operate telephone answering machines during core business hours 
unless an option is provided that enables callers to reach 
promptly an individual on-duty at that agency.
    Sec. 323. Addresses timber sales involving Alaska western 
red cedar. This provision is the same as section 328 of the 
Fiscal Year 2001 Interior Appropriations Act, which deals with 
export of certain western red cedar timber from Alaska. Mills 
which process western red cedar in the Pacific Northwest have 
an insufficient supply of western red cedar, and the national 
forest in southeast Alaska sometimes has a surplus. This 
provision continues a program by which Alaska's surplus western 
red cedar is made available preferentially to U.S. domestic 
mills outside Alaska, prior to export abroad.
    Sec. 324. Prohibits the use of funds to propose or issue 
rules, regulations, decrees, or orders to implement the Kyoto 
Protocol prior to Senate confirmation.
    Sec. 325. Provides that the Forest Service in consultation 
with the Department of Labor shall modify concessions contracts 
so that they fall within the exemption from the Service 
Contract Act. Concessions contracts which cannot be so modified 
may be offered as a service contract.
    Sec. 326. Provides that the Forest Service may not 
inappropriately use the Recreation Fee Demonstration program to 
supplant existing recreation concessions on the national 
forests.
    Sec. 327. Authorizes the Forest Service to expand the 
number of stewardship and end results contracts. These projects 
are in addition to the projects authorized in Public Law 106-
291.
    Sec. 328. Provides that any regulations or policies issued 
by the Departments of the Interior or Agriculture regarding 
recovery of costs for processing authorizations to occupy and 
use Federal lands shall reflect the principle that no charge 
shall be made for a service when the identification of the 
beneficiary is obscure, and the service can be considered 
primarily as benefitting the general public.
    Sec. 329. The Committee has included language in the bill 
authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to limit competition 
for fire and fuel treatment and watershed restoration contracts 
in the Giant Sequoia National Monument and the Sequoia National 
Forest. The purpose of this language is to give priority 
consideration to dislocated workers in Tulare, Kern and Fresno 
counties. By providing this authority to the Secretary, the 
Committee in no way implies its approval or disapproval of the 
process by which the Monument was established, nor does the 
grant of this authority in any way address the legality of the 
President's use of his powers under the Antiquities Act in this 
instance.
    Sec. 330. Directs the Forest Service to extend the special 
use permit held by Montana State University--Billings for the 
Sioux-Charlie Cabin in Montana for a period of 50 years. At the 
end of the 50-year term public comments shall be solicited to 
determine whether another extension is in the public interest.
    Sec. 331. Extends the ability of the Forest Service to 
enter into watershed restoration and enhancement agreements as 
authorized in sec. 323 of Public Law 105-277.
    Sec. 332. Extends the authorities provided in sec. 551(c) 
of the Land Between the Lakes Protection Act of 1998 through 
2004.
    Sec. 333. Provides that residents living within the 
boundaries of the White Mountain National Forest are exempt 
from certain user fees.

                                            BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL
  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
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                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the First Concurrent
 Resolution for 2002: Subcommittee on Interior and Related
 Agencies:
    General purpose, non-defense............................       17,151       17,150           NA           NA
    General purpose.........................................           NA           NA       16,626   \1\ 16,538
    Conservation............................................        1,376        1,320        1,030        1,029
    Mandatory...............................................           59           63           77           79
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2002....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........   \2\ 11,528
    2003....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        4,647
    2004....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        1,524
    2005....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........          593
    2006 and future year....................................  ...........  ...........  ...........          233
Financial assistance to State and local governments for 2002           NA        2,454           NA        1,421
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.


                 LIMITATIONS AND LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS

  COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7, RULE XVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Rule XVI, paragraph 7 requires that every report on a 
general appropriation bill filed by the Committee must identify 
each recommended amendment which proposes an item of 
appropriation which is not made to carry out the provisions of 
an existing law, a treaty stipulation, or an act or resolution 
previously passed by the Senate during that session.
    Those items are as follows:
  --Sums provided to the Bureau of Land Management to 
        inventory, manage, and improve rangelands for domestic 
        livestock grazing pursuant to Public Law 95-514, the 
        Public Rangeland Improvement Act of 1978.
  --$208,638,000 for the endangered species program, U.S. Fish 
        and Wildlife Service.
  --$460,000 for the Yukon River Restoration and Enhancement 
        Fund, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, pursuant to the 
        Fisheries Act of 1995.
  --Sums provided to the Fish and Wildlife Service for the 
        conservation and protection of marine mammals pursuant 
        to Public Law 103-238, the Marine Mammal Protection Act 
        Amendments of 1994.
  --$484,000 for the Lake Champlain resource conservation 
        program, U.S. Geological Survey, pursuant to the Great 
        Lakes Critical Programs Act of 1990.
  --$2,250,000 for start-up and matching funds for projects of 
        the National Forest Foundation, U.S. Forest Service.
  --Sums provided to the Department of Energy for the 
        integration of fuel cells with hydrogen production 
        systems pursuant to the Hydrogen Future Act of 1996.
  --Sums provided to the Department of Energy for various 
        programs authorized in Public Law 102-486, Energy 
        Policy Act of 1992.
  --$80,495,000 for economic regulation and the Energy 
        Information Administration, Department of Energy, 
        pursuant to the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 
        1981.
  --$15,148,000 for the Office of Navajo and Hopi Relocation.
  --$115,234,000 for the National Endowment for the Arts.
  --$125,504,000 for the National Endowment for the Humanities.

COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7(C), RULE XXVI, OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, the Committee 
ordered reported H.R. 2217, the Interior and Related Agencies 
Appropriations bill, 2002, subject to amendment and subject to 
its budget allocations, by a recorded vote of 26-0, a quorum 
being present. The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Byrd
Mr. Inouye
Mr. Hollings
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Reid
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin
Mr. Stevens
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Specter
Mr. Domenici
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Burns
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mr. Campbell
Mr. Craig
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. Kyl

 COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 12, RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 12 of rule XXVI requires that a Committee report 
on a bill or joint resolution repealing or amending any statute 
or part of any statute include ``(a) the text of the statute or 
part thereof which is proposed to be repealed; and (b) a 
comparative print of that part of the bill or joint resolution 
making the amendment and of the statute or part thereof 
proposed to be amended, showing by stricken-through type and 
italics, parallel columns, or other appropriate typographical 
devices the omissions and insertions which would be made by the 
bill or joint resolution if enacted in the form recommended by 
the committee.''
    In compliance with this rule, the following changes in 
existing law proposed to be made by the bill are shown as 
follows: existing law to be omitted is enclosed in black 
brackets; new matter is printed in italic; and existing law in 
which no change is proposed is shown in roman.

TITLE 16--CONSERVATION

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CHAPTER 79--NATIONAL PARK SERVICE MANAGEMENT

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SUBCHAPTER III--NATIONAL PARK SERVICE CONCESSIONS MANAGEMENT

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Sec. 5961. Special rule for transportation contracting services

(a) In general
    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a service 
contract entered into by the Secretary for the provision solely 
of transportation services in a unit of the National Park 
System shall be no more than 10 years in length, including a 
base period of 5 years and annual extensions for an additional 
5-year period based on satisfactory performance and approval by 
the Secretary.
(b) Obligation of funds
    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, with respect to 
a service contract for the provision solely of transportation 
services at Zion National Park, the Secretary may obligate the 
expenditure of fees received in fiscal year [2001] 2002 under 
section 5981 of this title before the fees are received.

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TITLE 30--MINERAL LANDS AND MINING

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *



CHAPTER 2--MINERAL LANDS AND REGULATIONS IN GENERAL

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *



Sec. 28f. Fee

    (a) Claim Maintenance Fee.--[The holder of each unpatented 
mining claim, mill or tunnel site, located pursuant to the 
Mining Laws of the United States, whether located before or 
after the enactment of this Act, shall pay the Secretary of the 
Interior, on or before September 1, of each year for years 1999 
through 2001, a claim fee of $100 per claim site.] The holder 
of each unpatented mining claim, mill, or tunnel site, located 
pursuant to the mining laws of the United States, whether 
located before, on or after enactment of this Act, shall pay to 
the Secretary of the Interior, on or before September 1, 2002, 
a claim maintenance fee of $100 per claim or site.

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Sec. 28g. Location fee

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    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for every 
unpatented mining claim, mill or tunnel site located after 
August 10, 1993, [and before September 30 2001] and before 
September 30, 2006, pursuant to the mining laws of the United 
States, the locator shall, at the time the location notice is 
recorded with the Bureau of Land Management, pay to the 
Secretary of the Interior a location fee, in addition to the 
claim maintenance fee required by section 28f of this title, of 
$25.00 per claim.

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TITLE 31--MONEY AND FINANCE

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *



SUBTITLE V--GENERAL ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *



CHAPTER 69--PAYMENT FOR ENTITLEMENT LAND

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Sec. 6906. Authorization of appropriations

    (a) In General._Necessary amounts may be appropriated to 
the Secretary of the Interior to carry out this chapter. 
Amounts are available only as provided in appropriation laws.
    (b) Local Exemptions From Demonstration Program Fees.--
            (1) In general.--Each unit of general local 
        government that lies in whole or in part within the 
        White Mountain National Forest and persons residing 
        within the boundaries of that unit of general local 
        government shall be exempt during that fiscal year from 
        any requirement to pay a Demonstration Program Fee 
        (parking permit or passport) imposed by the Secretary 
        of Agriculture for access to the Forest.
            (2) Administration.--The Secretary of Agriculture 
        shall establish a method of identifying persons who are 
        exempt from paying user fees under paragraph (1). This 
        method may include valid form of identification 
        including a drivers license.

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LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES PROTECTION ACT OF 1998

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


    Sec. 551. (a) * * *

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    (c) Transition.--Until September 30, [2002] 2004, the 
Secretary of Agriculture may expend amounts appropriated or 
otherwise made available to carry out this title in a manner 
consistent with the authorities exercised by the Tennessee 
Valley Authority, before the transfer of the Recreation Area to 
the administrative jurisdiction of the Secretary, regarding 
procurement of property, services, supplies, and equipment.

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


  OMNIBUS CONSOLIDATED AND EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 
1999, PUBLIC LAW 105-277

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DIVISION A--OMNIBUS CONSOLIDATED APPROPRIATIONS

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


    Sec. 101. (a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

      (e) For programs, projects or activities in the 
Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations 
Act, 1999, provided as follows, to be effective as if it had 
been enacted into law as the regular appropriations Act:

  AN ACT Making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and 
related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1999, and for 
                            other purposes.

TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

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TITLE III--GENERAL PROVISIONS

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


    Sec. 323. (a) Watershed Restoration and Enhancement 
Agreements.--For fiscal year 1999, 2000 [and 2001], 2001 and 
2002, to the extent funds are otherwise available, 
appropriations for the Forest Service may be used by the 
Secretary of Agriculture for the purpose of entering into 
cooperative agreements with willing Federal, tribal, State and 
local governments, private and nonprofit entities and 
landowners for the protection, restoration and enhancement of 
fish and wildlife habitat, and other resources on public or 
private land, the reduction of risk from natural disaster where 
public safety is threatened, or a combination thereof or both 
that benefit these resources within the watershed.

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           OMNIBUS INDIAN ADVANCEMENT ACT, PUBLIC LAW 106-568


TITLE I--SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY IRRIGATION WORKS

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TITLE VIII--TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS

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Subtitle A--Miscellaneous Technical Provisions

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[SEC. 819. LAND TO BE TAKEN INTO TRUST.

    [Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary 
of the Interior shall accept for the benefit of the Lytton 
Rancheria of California the land described in that certain 
grant deed dated and recorded on October 16, 2000, in the 
official records of the County of Contra Costa, California, 
Deed Instrument Number 2000-229754. The Secretary shall declare 
that such land is held in trust by the United States for the 
benefit of the Rancheria and that such land is part of the 
reservation of such Rancheria under sections 5 and 7 of the Act 
of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 985; 25 U.S.C. 467). Such land shall 
be deemed to have been held in trust and part of the 
reservation of the Rancheria prior to October 17, 1988.]

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  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2002
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                           Senate Committee recommendation compared with
                                                                                                                             (+ or -)
                  Item                         2001           Budget           House         Committee   -----------------------------------------------
                                           appropriation     estimate        allowance    recommendation       2001           Budget           House
                                                                                                           appropriation     estimate        allowance
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   TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

        BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

    Management of Lands and Resources

Land Resources:
    Soil, water and air management......         34,037          33,469          34,469          33,787            -250            +318            -682
    Range management....................         77,298          69,197          70,696          71,859          -5,439          +2,662          +1,163
    Forestry management.................          9,532           7,229           7,229           7,798          -1,734            +569            +569
    Riparian management.................         22,490          22,806          22,806          23,015            +525            +209            +209
    Cultural resources management.......         13,898          14,181          14,181          14,316            +418            +135            +135
    Wild horse and burro management.....         34,471          29,665          29,665          29,862          -4,609            +197            +197
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Land Resources..........        191,726         176,547         179,046         180,637         -11,089          +4,090          +1,591
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Wildlife and Fisheries:
    Wildlife management.................         25,049          25,318          25,318          25,556            +507            +238            +238
    Fisheries management................         12,853          12,110          12,110          12,214            -639            +104            +104
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Wildlife and Fisheries..         37,902          37,428          37,428          37,770            -132            +342            +342
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Threatened and endangered species.......         21,334          21,618          21,618          21,804            +470            +186            +186
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Recreation Management:
    Wilderness management...............         16,642          16,932          17,232          17,093            +451            +161            -139
    Recreation resources management.....         44,763          44,762          44,762          46,111          +1,348          +1,349          +1,349
    Recreation operations (fees)........          1,303           1,295           1,295           1,295              -8   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Recreation Management...         62,708          62,989          63,289          64,499          +1,791          +1,510          +1,210
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Energy and Minerals:
    Oil and gas.........................         59,749          72,564          74,564          72,809         +13,060            +245          -1,755
    Coal management.....................          7,540           8,828           8,828           8,902          +1,362             +74             +74
    Other mineral resources.............          9,430          10,096          10,096          10,188            +758             +92             +92
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Energy and Minerals.....         76,719          91,488          93,488          91,899         +15,180            +411          -1,589
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Alaska minerals.........................          3,889           2,225           2,225           4,000            +111          +1,775          +1,775
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Realty and Ownership Management:
    Alaska conveyance...................         34,411          34,838          34,838          35,128            +717            +290            +290
    Cadastral survey....................         14,592          13,896          13,896          16,190          +1,598          +2,294          +2,294
    Land and realty management..........         31,764          33,813          33,813          34,118          +2,354            +305            +305
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Realty and Ownership             80,767          82,547          82,547          85,436          +4,669          +2,889          +2,889
       Management.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Resource Protection and Maintenance:
    Resource management planning........         25,844          33,035          33,035          33,100          +7,256             +65             +65
    Resource protection and law                  11,346          11,547          12,147          11,666            +320            +119            -481
     enforcement........................
    Hazardous materials management......         16,494          16,709          16,709          16,870            +376            +161            +161
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Resource Protection and          53,684          61,291          61,891          61,636          +7,952            +345            -255
       Maintenance......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Transportation and Facilities
 Maintenance:
    Operations..........................          6,283           6,390           6,390           6,451            +168             +61             +61
    Annual maintenance..................         29,672          30,310          30,310          31,230          +1,558            +920            +920
    Deferred maintenance................         37,920          12,917          12,917          12,917         -25,003   ..............  ..............
    Conservation (infrastructure          ..............         25,000          28,000          28,000         +28,000          +3,000   ..............
     improvement).......................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Transportation/                  73,875          74,617          77,617          78,598          +4,723          +3,981            +981
       Facilities Maintenance...........
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Grasshopper and Mormon crickets.........          1,482   ..............  ..............  ..............         -1,482   ..............  ..............
Land and resources information systems..         19,543          19,756          19,756          19,756            +213   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Mining Law Administration:
    Administration......................         34,328          32,298          32,298          32,298          -2,030   ..............  ..............
    Offsetting fees.....................        -34,328         -32,298         -32,298         -32,298          +2,030   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Mining Law                ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
       Administration...................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Workforce and Organizational Support:
    Information systems operations......         16,177          16,395          16,395          16,551            +374            +156            +156
    Administrative support..............         48,996          49,766          49,766          49,731            +735             -35             -35
    Bureauwide fixed costs..............         61,448          63,645          63,645          63,645          +2,197   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Workforce and                   126,621         129,806         129,806         129,927          +3,306            +121            +121
       Organizational Support...........
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Adjustment for conservation spending....  ..............         -1,000          -1,000          -1,000          -1,000   ..............  ..............
Conservation (Youth Conservation Corps).  ..............          1,000           1,000           1,000          +1,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Management of Lands and            750,250         760,312         768,711         775,962         +25,712         +15,650          +7,251
       Resources........................
          Appropriations................       (750,250)       (734,312)       (739,711)       (746,962)        (-3,288)       (+12,650)        (+7,251)
          Conservation..................  ..............        (26,000)        (29,000)        (29,000)       (+29,000)        (+3,000)  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Wildland Fire Management

Preparedness............................        314,712         280,807         280,807         281,807         -32,905          +1,000          +1,000
Fire suppression operations.............        109,865         161,424         161,424         111,614          +1,749         -49,810         -49,810
Other operations........................          9,978         216,190         258,575         196,000        +186,022         -20,190         -62,575
Contingent emergency appropriations.....        542,544   ..............  ..............  ..............       -542,544   ..............  ..............
Emergency suppression...................  ..............  ..............  ..............         50,000         +50,000         +50,000         +50,000
Emergency other operations..............  ..............  ..............  ..............         20,000         +20,000         +20,000         +20,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland Fire Management...        977,099         658,421         700,806         659,421        -317,678          +1,000         -41,385
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Central Hazardous Materials Fund

Bureau of Land Management...............          9,978           9,978           9,978           9,978   ..............  ..............  ..............

              Construction

Construction............................         16,823          10,976          11,076          12,976          -3,847          +2,000          +1,900
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Payments in Lieu of Taxes

Payments to local governments...........        199,560         150,000         150,000         170,000         -29,560         +20,000         +20,000
Conservation............................  ..............  ..............         50,000          50,000         +50,000         +50,000   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Payments in Lieu of Taxes..        199,560         150,000         200,000         220,000         +20,440         +70,000         +20,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
            Land Acquisition

Land Acquisition:
    Acquisitions........................         47,066          41,686          42,177          39,686          -7,380          -2,000          -2,491
    Emergencies and hardships...........          1,497           1,500           1,000           1,500              +3   ..............           +500
    Acquisition management..............          2,993           4,000           4,000           4,000          +1,007   ..............  ..............
    Land exchange equalization payment..  ..............            500             509             500            +500   ..............             -9
    Miscellaneous appropriations (Public          4,989   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,989   ..............  ..............
     Law 106-554).......................

    Adjustment for conservation spending  ..............        -47,686         -47,686         -45,686         -45,686          +2,000          +2,000

    Conservation........................  ..............         47,686          47,686          45,686         +45,686          -2,000          -2,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition...........         56,545          47,686          47,686          45,686         -10,859          -2,000          -2,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Oregon and California Grant Lands

Western Oregon resources management.....         84,969          85,949          85,949          86,754          +1,785            +805            +805
Western Oregon information and resource           2,187           2,195           2,195           2,202             +15              +7              +7
 data systems...........................
Western Oregon transportation and                10,801          10,919          10,919          10,984            +183             +65             +65
 facilities maintenance.................
Western Oregon construction and                     289             294             294             299             +10              +5              +5
 acquisition............................
Jobs in the woods.......................          5,792           5,808           5,808           5,822             +30             +14             +14
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Oregon and California Grant        104,038         105,165         105,165         106,061          +2,023            +896            +896
       Lands............................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
           Range Improvements

Improvements to public lands............          8,361           8,361           8,361           8,361   ..............  ..............  ..............
Farm Tenant Act lands...................          1,039           1,039           1,039           1,039   ..............  ..............  ..............
Administrative expenses.................            600             600             600             600   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Range Improvements.........         10,000          10,000          10,000          10,000   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
     Service Charges, Deposits, and
               Forfeitures

Rights-of-way processing................          3,393           4,057           4,057           4,057            +664   ..............  ..............
Adopt-a-horse program...................            948           1,340           1,340           1,340            +392   ..............  ..............
Repair of damaged lands.................          1,247             662             662             662            -585   ..............  ..............
Cost recoverable realty cases...........            419             892             892             892            +473   ..............  ..............
Timber purchaser expenses...............            180             177             177             177              -3   ..............  ..............
Copy fees...............................          1,297             356             356             356            -941   ..............  ..............
CBO reestimate..........................  ..............            516             516             516            +516   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Service Charges, Deposits            7,484           8,000           8,000           8,000            +516   ..............  ..............
       and Forfeitures..................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Miscellaneous Trust Funds

Current appropriations..................         12,405          11,000          11,000          11,000          -1,405   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT..      2,144,182       1,771,538       1,872,422       1,859,084        -285,098         +87,546         -13,338
          Appropriations................     (2,144,182)     (1,697,852)     (1,745,736)     (1,734,398)      (-409,784)       (+36,546)       (-11,338)
          Conservation..................  ..............        (73,686)       (126,686)       (124,686)      (+124,686)       (+51,000)        (-2,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE

           Resource Management

Ecological Services:
    Endangered species:
        Candidate conservation..........          7,052           7,220           7,220           7,720            +668            +500            +500
        Listing.........................          6,341           8,476           8,476           9,000          +2,659            +524            +524
        Consultation....................         42,750          41,901          46,751          43,401            +651          +1,500          -3,350
        Recovery........................         59,835          54,217          60,717          58,517          -1,318          +4,300          -2,200
        ESA landowner incentive program.          4,969   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,969   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Endangered species..        120,947         111,814         123,164         118,638          -2,309          +6,824          -4,526
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Habitat conservation................         78,290          76,209          79,959          82,109          +3,819          +5,900          +2,150
    Environmental contaminants..........         10,645          10,470          10,570          10,470            -175   ..............           -100
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Ecological Services.....        209,882         198,493         213,693         211,217          +1,335         +12,724          -2,476
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Refuges and Wildlife:
    Refuge operations and maintenance...        299,678         293,664         296,664         291,664          -8,014          -2,000          -5,000
        Conservation (infrastructure      ..............         19,000          22,000          25,000         +25,000          +6,000          +3,000
         improvement)...................
        Conservation (Youth Conservation  ..............          2,000           2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............  ..............
         Corps).........................
        Salton Sea recovery.............            994             993             993             993              -1   ..............  ..............
    Migratory bird management...........         25,684          25,159          26,659          28,586          +2,902          +3,427          +1,927
    Law enforcement operations..........         49,583          48,411          48,411          49,487             -96          +1,076          +1,076
        Conservation (infrastructure      ..............          2,000           2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............  ..............
         improvement)...................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Refuges and Wildlife        375,939         391,227         398,727         399,730         +23,791          +8,503          +1,003
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Fisheries:
    Hatchery operations and maintenance.         52,008          45,362          49,862          50,072          -1,936          +4,710            +210
        Conservation (infrastructure      ..............          4,000           4,000           4,000          +4,000   ..............  ..............
         improvement)...................
    Fish and wildlife management........         40,021          43,617          44,517          50,997         +10,976          +7,380          +6,480
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Fisheries...............         92,029          92,979          98,379         105,069         +13,040         +12,090          +6,690
                                         ===============================================================================================================
General Administration:
    Central office administration.......         15,070          15,530          15,530          15,530            +460   ..............  ..............
    Regional office administration......         24,180          24,792          24,792          24,792            +612   ..............  ..............
    Servicewide administrative support..         52,030          53,370          53,370          58,015          +5,985          +4,645          +4,645
    National Fish and Wildlife                    7,208           6,705           8,705           7,705            +497          +1,000          -1,000
     Foundation.........................
    National Conservation Training               15,293          15,526          15,526          15,526            +233   ..............  ..............
     Center.............................
    International affairs...............          8,200           8,130           8,130           8,130             -70   ..............  ..............
    Pingree Forest, ME non-development            1,996   ..............  ..............  ..............         -1,996   ..............  ..............
     easements..........................
    Atlantic salmon.....................          4,989   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,989   ..............  ..............
    Cost allocation methodology.........  ..............  ..............          3,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         -3,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, General Administration..        128,966         124,053         129,053         129,698            +732          +5,645            +645
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Resource Management........        806,816         806,752         839,852         845,714         +38,898         +38,962          +5,862
          Appropriations................       (806,816)       (779,752)       (809,852)       (812,714)        (+5,898)       (+32,962)        (+2,862)
          Conservation..................  ..............        (27,000)        (30,000)        (33,000)       (+33,000)        (+6,000)        (+3,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
              Construction

Construction and rehabilitation:........
    Line item construction..............         62,147          27,357          36,021          47,034         -15,113         +19,677         +11,013
    Nationwide engineering services.....          9,211           8,492          12,828           8,492            -719   ..............         -4,336
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction...............         71,358          35,849          48,849          55,526         -15,832         +19,677          +6,677
                                         ===============================================================================================================
            Land Acquisition

Fish and Wildlife Service Acquisitions--        109,114          85,110          85,110          88,401         -20,713          +3,291          +3,291
 Federal refuge lands...................
    Landowner incentive grants..........  ..............         50,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        -50,000   ..............
    Private stewardship grants..........  ..............         10,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        -10,000   ..............
    Inholdings..........................            998           2,000           2,000           2,000          +1,002   ..............  ..............
    Emergencies and hardships...........            748           2,000           2,000           2,000          +1,252   ..............  ..............
    Exchanges...........................            849           1,000           1,000           1,000            +151   ..............  ..............
    Acquisition management..............          9,479          14,291          14,291          15,000          +5,521            +709            +709

    Adjustment for conservation spending  ..............       -164,401        -104,401        -108,401        -108,401         +56,000          -4,000

    Conservation........................  ..............        164,401         104,401         108,401        +108,401         -56,000          +4,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition...........        121,188         164,401         104,401         108,401         -12,787         -56,000          +4,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Landowner Incentive Program

Grants to States........................  ..............  ..............         50,000          50,000         +50,000         +50,000   ..............

   Private Stewardship Grants Program

Stewardship grants......................  ..............  ..............         10,000          10,000         +10,000         +10,000   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
     Cooperative Endangered Species
            Conservation Fund

Grants to States........................         35,442          31,929          31,929          31,929          -3,513   ..............  ..............
HCP land acquisition....................         68,773          21,000          73,306          56,071         -12,702         +35,071         -17,235
Administration..........................            479           1,765           1,765           3,000          +2,521          +1,235          +1,235

Adjustment for conservation spending....  ..............        -54,694        -107,000         -91,000         -91,000         -36,306         +16,000

Conservation............................  ..............         54,694         107,000          91,000         +91,000         +36,306         -16,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Cooperative Endangered             104,694          54,694         107,000          91,000         -13,694         +36,306         -16,000
       Species Fund.....................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      National Wildlife Refuge Fund

Payments in lieu of taxes...............         11,414          11,414          11,414          14,414          +3,000          +3,000          +3,000
Conservation............................  ..............  ..............          5,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         -5,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Wildlife Refuge            11,414          11,414          16,414          14,414          +3,000          +3,000          -2,000
       Fund.............................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  North American Wetlands Conservation
                  Fund

Wetlands conservation...................         38,316          14,316          43,200          40,320          +2,004         +26,004          -2,880
Administration..........................          1,596             596           1,800           1,680             +84          +1,084            -120

Adjustment for conservation spending....  ..............        -14,912         -45,000         -42,000         -42,000         -27,088          +3,000

Conservation............................  ..............         14,912          45,000          42,000         +42,000         +27,088          -3,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, North American Wetlands             39,912          14,912          45,000          42,000          +2,088         +27,088          -3,000
       Conservation Fund................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Neotropical Migratory Birds Conservation

Conservation (migratory bird grants)....  ..............  ..............          5,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         -5,000

 Wildlife Conservation and Appreciation
                  Fund

Wildlife conservation and appreciation              795   ..............  ..............  ..............           -795   ..............  ..............
 fund...................................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Multinational Species Conservation Fund

African elephant conservation...........            999             999           1,000           1,000              +1              +1   ..............
Rhinoceros and tiger conservation.......            748             748           1,000           1,000            +252            +252   ..............
Asian elephant conservation.............            748             748           1,000           1,000            +252            +252   ..............
Great ape conservation..................            748             748           1,000           1,000            +252            +252   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Multinational Species                3,243           3,243           4,000           4,000            +757            +757   ..............
       Conservation Fund................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       State Wildlife Grants Fund

State wildlife grants...................         49,890   ..............  ..............  ..............        -49,890   ..............  ..............
Conservation (wildlife grants)..........  ..............  ..............        100,000         100,000        +100,000        +100,000   ..............
Rescission, Fiscal Year 2001 State        ..............  ..............  ..............        -49,890         -49,890         -49,890         -49,890
 wildlife grants........................

         Tribal Wildlife Grants

Conservation (competitive grants).......  ..............  ..............          5,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         -5,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE           1,209,310       1,091,265       1,335,516       1,271,165         +61,855        +179,900         -64,351
       SERVICE..........................
          Appropriations................     (1,209,310)       (830,258)       (874,115)       (836,764)      (-372,546)        (+6,506)       (-37,351)
          Conservation..................  ..............       (261,007)       (461,401)       (434,401)      (+434,401)      (+173,394)       (-27,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
          NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

  Operation of the National Park System

Park Management:
    Resource stewardship................        286,958         312,327         318,827         317,996         +31,038          +5,669            -831
    Visitor services....................        286,832         288,543         297,543         298,343         +11,511          +9,800            +800
    Maintenance.........................        453,322         475,197         483,197         478,701         +25,379          +3,504          -4,496
        Conservation (Youth Conservation  ..............          2,000           2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............  ..............
         Corps).........................
        Conservation (Infrastructure      ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............  ..............
         improvement)...................
    Park support........................        259,570         265,871         271,371         271,490         +11,920   5,619           +119
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Park Management.........      1,286,682       1,343,938       1,372,938       1,368,530         +81,848         +24,592          -4,408
                                         ===============================================================================================================
External administrative costs...........         99,408         126,561         107,398         104,598          +5,190         -21,963          -2,800
Arlington boathouse study...............            100   ..............  ..............  ..............           -100   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Operation of the National        1,386,190       1,470,499       1,480,336       1,473,128         +86,938          +2,629          -7,208
       Park System......................
          Appropriations................     (1,386,190)     (1,468,499)     (1,478,336)     (1,471,128)       (+84,938)        (+2,629)        (-7,208)
          Conservation..................  ..............         (2,000)         (2,000)         (2,000)        (+2,000)  ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        United States Park Police

Park Police.............................         77,876          65,260          65,260          66,106         -11,770            +846            +846
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  National Recreation and Preservation

Recreation programs.....................            541             549             549             555             +14              +6              +6
Natural programs........................         10,781          10,930          10,930          11,595            +814            +665            +665
Cultural programs.......................         20,707          20,019          20,019          20,451            -256            +432            +432
International park affairs..............          1,702           1,718           1,718           1,732             +30             +14             +14
Environmental and compliance review.....            392             397             397             401              +9              +4              +4
Grant administration....................          1,554           1,582           1,582           1,605             +51             +23             +23
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Heritage Partnership Programs                    10,284           8,743          12,458          13,068          +2,784          +4,325            +610
 Commissions and grants.................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Statutory or Contractual Aid:
    Alaska Native Culture Center........            740   ..............  ..............  ..............           -740   ..............  ..............
    Aleutian World War II Historic Area.            100   ..............  ..............  ..............           -100   ..............  ..............
    Barnanoff Museum/Erskin House.......  ..............  ..............  ..............            250            +250            +250            +250
    Bishop Museum's Falls of Clyde......  ..............  ..............  ..............            300            +300            +300            +300
    Brown Foundation....................            101             101             101   ..............           -101            -101            -101
    Chesapeake Bay Gateway..............          2,295             798             798           1,600            -695            +802            +802
    Dayton Aviation Heritage Commission.            299              47             287             299   ..............           +252             +12
    Denver Natural History and Science    ..............  ..............  ..............          2,000          +2,000          +2,000          +2,000
     Museum.............................
    Four Corners Interpretive Center....          2,245   ..............  ..............  ..............         -2,245   ..............  ..............
    Historic New Bridge.................          1,098   ..............  ..............  ..............         -1,098   ..............  ..............
    Ice Age National Scientific Reserve.            796             806             806             806             +10   ..............  ..............
    Independence Mine, AK...............  ..............  ..............  ..............          1,500          +1,500          +1,500          +1,500
    Jamestown 2007......................  ..............  ..............  ..............            200            +200            +200            +200
    Johnstown Area Heritage Association.             49              49              49              49   ..............  ..............  ..............
    Lake Roosevelt Forum................  ..............  ..............             50   ..............  ..............  ..............            -50
    Lamprey River.......................            499             200             200             500              +1            +300            +300
    Mandan On-a-Slant Village...........            499   ..............  ..............            750            +251            +750            +750
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Center......            528             528             528             528   ..............  ..............  ..............
    Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor  ..............  ..............  ..............            750            +750            +750            +750
     Center.............................
    National Constitution Center, PA....            499   ..............            500             500              +1            +500   ..............
    National First Ladies Library.......            499   ..............  ..............  ..............           -499   ..............  ..............
    Native Hawaiian culture and arts                740             740   ..............            740   ..............  ..............           +740
     program............................
    New Orleans Jazz Commission.........             66              66              66              66   ..............  ..............  ..............
    Penn Center National landmark, SC...  ..............  ..............  ..............          1,000          +1,000          +1,000          +1,000
    Roosevelt Campobello International              728             766             766             766             +38   ..............  ..............
     Park Commission....................
    Route 66 National Historic Highway..            499   ..............  ..............            475             -24            +475            +475
    Sewall-Belmont House................            494   ..............  ..............  ..............           -494   ..............  ..............
    St. Charles Interpretive Center.....  ..............  ..............  ..............          1,000          +1,000          +1,000          +1,000
    Vancouver National Historic Reserve.            399   ..............  ..............            400              +1            +400            +400
    Vulcan State Park...................  ..............  ..............  ..............          2,000          +2,000          +2,000          +2,000
    Wheeling National Heritage Area.....            593   ..............  ..............  ..............           -593   ..............  ..............
    Women's Progress Commission.........            100   ..............  ..............  ..............           -100   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Statutory or Contractual         13,866           4,101           4,151          16,479          +2,613         +12,378         +12,328
       Aid..............................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, National Recreation and             59,827          48,039          51,804          65,886          +6,059         +17,847         +14,082
       Preservation.....................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
     Urban Park and Recreation Fund

Urban park grants.......................         29,934   ..............  ..............  ..............        -29,934   ..............  ..............
Conservation............................  ..............  ..............         30,000          20,000         +20,000         +20,000         -10,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Historic Preservation Fund

State historic preservation offices.....         46,495          34,455          39,000          39,000          -7,495          +4,545   ..............
Tribal grants...........................          5,560           2,600           3,000           3,000          -2,560            +400   ..............
Historically Black colleges.............          7,161   ..............  ..............  ..............         -7,161   ..............  ..............
Grants for millennium initiative........         34,923          30,000          30,000          30,000          -4,923   ..............  ..............
Massillon Heritage Foundation, Inc......            100   ..............  ..............  ..............           -100   ..............  ..............
National trust (endowment)..............  ..............  ..............          5,000           2,000          +2,000          +2,000          -3,000

Adjustment for conservation spending....  ..............        -67,055         -77,000         -74,000         -74,000          -6,945          +3,000

Conservation............................  ..............         67,055          77,000          74,000         +74,000          +6,945          -3,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Historic Preservation Fund.         94,239          67,055          77,000          74,000         -20,239          +6,945          -3,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
              Construction

Emergency and unscheduled...............          3,493           3,500           3,500           3,500              +7   ..............  ..............
Housing.................................          4,989          15,000          15,000          10,000          +5,011          -5,000          -5,000
Equipment replacement...................         21,951          17,960          17,960          17,960          -3,991   ..............  ..............
Planning, construction..................         20,733          16,250          16,250          16,250          -4,483   ..............  ..............
General management plans................         11,200          11,240          11,240          11,240             +40   ..............  ..............
Line item construction and maintenance..        195,001         196,597         196,044         190,143          -4,858          -6,454          -5,901
    Conservation (infrastructure          ..............         50,000          50,000          60,000         +60,000         +10,000         +10,000
     improvement).......................
Pre-planning and supplementary services.          4,490           9,150           9,150           9,150          +4,660   ..............  ..............
Construction program management.........         17,062          17,405          17,405          17,642            +580            +237            +237
Dam safety..............................          1,437           2,700           2,700           2,700          +1,263   ..............  ..............
Maintenance funds.......................         19,956   ..............  ..............  ..............        -19,956   ..............  ..............
Regional office capacity................  ..............  ..............         10,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        -10,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction...............        300,312         339,802         349,249         338,585         +38,273          -1,217         -10,664
          Appropriations................       (300,312)       (289,802)       (299,249)       (278,585)       (-21,727)       (-11,217)       (-20,664)
          Conservation..................  ..............        (50,000)        (50,000)        (60,000)       (+60,000)       (+10,000)       (+10,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Land and Water Conservation Fund

(Rescission of contract authority)......        -30,000         -30,000         -30,000         -30,000   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  Land Acquisition and State Assistance

Assistance to States:
    State conservation grants...........         88,804         441,000         150,000         160,000         +71,196        -281,000         +10,000
    Administrative expenses.............          1,497           9,000           4,000           4,000          +2,503          -5,000   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Assistance to States.......         90,301         450,000         154,000         164,000         +73,699        -286,000         +10,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
National Park:
    Service Acquisitions................        106,879          86,061          87,667         102,036          -4,843         +15,975         +14,369
    Emergencies and hardships...........          3,991           4,000           4,000           4,000              +9   ..............  ..............
    Acquisition management..............         11,475          11,975          12,000          12,000            +525             +25   ..............
    Inholdings..........................          2,495           5,000           3,369           5,000          +2,505   ..............         +1,631
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Park Service......        124,840         107,036         107,036         123,036          -1,804         +16,000         +16,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Adjustment for conservation spending....  ..............       -557,036        -261,036        -285,036        -285,036        +272,000         -24,000

Conservation............................  ..............        557,036         261,036         285,036        +285,036        -272,000         +24,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Land Acquisition and State         215,141         557,036         261,036         287,036         +71,895        -270,000         +26,000
       Assistance.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL PARK SERVICE......      2,133,519       2,517,691       2,284,685       2,294,741        +161,222        -222,950         +10,056
          Appropriations................     (2,133,519)     (1,841,600)     (1,864,649)     (1,853,705)      (-279,814)       (+12,105)       (-10,944)
          Conservation..................  ..............       (676,091)       (420,036)       (441,036)      (+441,036)      (-235,055)       (+21,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
     UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

  Surveys, Investigations, and Research

National Mapping Program:
    National data collection and                 56,434          54,172          57,172          57,172            +738          +3,000   ..............
     integration........................
    Earth science information management         37,329          33,382          36,878          35,382          -1,947          +2,000          -1,496
     and delivery.......................
    Geographic research and applications         36,663          36,114          36,623          37,212            +549          +1,098            +589
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, National Mapping Program        130,426         123,668         130,673         129,766            -660          +6,098            -907
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Geologic Hazards, Resource and
 Processes:
    Geologic hazards assessments........         72,725          73,704          74,104          75,704          +2,979          +2,000          +1,600
    Geologic landscape and coastal               74,375          64,240          76,224          73,977            -398          +9,737          -2,247
     assessments........................
    Geologic resource assessments.......         78,221          75,859          77,859          79,855          +1,634          +3,996          +1,996
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Geologic Hazards,               225,321         213,803         228,187         229,536          +4,215         +15,733          +1,349
       Resource and Processes...........
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Water Resources Investigations:
    Water resources assessment and               94,840          65,123          97,119          93,213          -1,627         +28,090          -3,906
     research...........................
    Water data collection and management         40,477          30,042          38,083          37,285          -3,192          +7,243            -798
    Federal-State program...............         62,741          64,318          64,318          64,318          +1,577   ..............  ..............
    Water resources research institutes.          5,455   ..............          6,000           5,460              +5          +5,460            -540
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Water Resources                 203,513         159,483         205,520         200,276          -3,237         +40,793          -5,244
       Investigations...................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Biological Research:
    Biological research and monitoring..        128,788         126,860         131,574         132,037          +3,249          +5,177            +463
    Biological information management            17,704           8,432          17,917          18,417            +713          +9,985            +500
     and delivery.......................
    Cooperative research units..........         14,077          13,970          13,970          13,970            -107   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Biological Research.....        160,569         149,262         163,461         164,424          +3,855         +15,162            +963
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Science support.........................         73,732          81,266          86,255          81,776          +8,044            +510          -4,479
Facilities..............................         89,239          85,894          86,393          86,696          -2,543            +802            +303

Adjustment for conservation spending....  ..............  ..............        -25,000         -25,000         -25,000         -25,000   ..............
Conservation............................  ..............  ..............         25,000          25,000         +25,000         +25,000   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL           882,800         813,376         900,489         892,474          +9,674         +79,098          -8,015
       SURVEY...........................
          Appropriations................       (882,800)       (813,376)       (875,489)       (867,474)       (-15,326)       (+54,098)        (-8,015)
          Conservation..................  ..............  ..............        (25,000)        (25,000)       (+25,000)       (+25,000)  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       MINERALS MANAGEMENT SERVICE

Royalty and Offshore Minerals Management

OCS Lands:
    Leasing and environmental program...         36,511          38,573          38,573          38,772          +2,261            +199            +199
    Resource evaluation.................         23,576          23,389          23,389          25,210          +1,634          +1,821          +1,821
    Regulatory program..................         43,122          49,073          49,572          49,407          +6,285            +334            -165
    Information management program......         14,776          14,894          14,894          14,960            +184             +66             +66
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, OCS Lands...............        117,985         125,929         126,428         128,349         +10,364          +2,420          +1,921
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Royalty Management:
    Valuation and operations............         38,034   ..............  ..............  ..............        -38,034   ..............  ..............
    Compliance..........................         48,077   ..............  ..............  ..............        -48,077   ..............  ..............
    Compliance and asset management.....  ..............         48,106          48,106          48,539         +48,539            +433            +433
    Revenue and operations..............  ..............         35,223          35,223          35,467         +35,467            +244            +244
    Indian allottee refunds.............             15              15              15              15   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Royalty Management......         86,126          83,344          83,344          84,021          -2,105            +677            +677
                                         ===============================================================================================================
General Administration:
    Executive direction.................          1,982           2,003           2,003           2,025             +43             +22             +22
    Policy and management improvement...          3,981           4,036           4,036           4,078             +97             +42             +42
    Administrative operations...........         14,162          16,770          16,770          16,174          +2,012            -596            -596
    General support services............         16,290          20,016          20,016          20,016          +3,726   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, General Administration..         36,415          42,825          42,825          42,293          +5,878            -532            -532
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Use of receipts.........................       -107,410        -102,730        -102,730        -102,730          +4,680   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Royalty and Offshore               133,116         149,368         149,867         151,933         +18,817          +2,565          +2,066
       Minerals Management..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
           Oil Spill Research

Oil spill research......................          6,105           6,105           6,105           6,118             +13             +13             +13
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, MINERALS MANAGEMENT SERVICE        139,221         155,473         155,972         158,051         +18,830          +2,578          +2,079
                                         ===============================================================================================================
OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING RECLAMATION AND
               ENFORCEMENT

        Regulation and Technology

Environmental restoration...............            157             160             160             161              +4              +1              +1
Environmental protection................         76,274          76,741          77,741          76,911            +637            +170            -830
Technology development and transfer.....         11,820          12,151          12,151          12,222            +402             +71             +71
Financial management....................            536             477             477             481             -55              +4              +4
Executive direction.....................         11,793          12,371          12,371          12,369            +576              -2              -2
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Regulation and                  100,580         101,900         102,900         102,144          +1,564            +244            -756
       Technology.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Civil penalties.........................            274             275             275             275              +1   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Regulation and Technology..        100,854         102,175         103,175         102,419          +1,565            +244            -756
                                         ===============================================================================================================
     Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund

Environmental restoration...............        186,697         149,926         186,697         186,299            -398         +36,373            -398
Technology development and transfer.....          3,591           4,136           4,136           4,149            +558             +13             +13
Financial management....................          5,402           6,070           6,070           6,114            +712             +44             +44
Executive direction.....................          6,302           6,651           6,651           6,609            +307             -42             -42
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Abandoned Mine Reclamation         201,992         166,783         203,554         203,171          +1,179         +36,388            -383
       Fund.............................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING           302,846         268,958         306,729         305,590          +2,744         +36,632          -1,139
       RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT......
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

      Operation of Indian Programs

          Tribal Budget System

Tribal Priority Allocations:
    Tribal government...................        369,273         377,281         380,631         377,281          +8,008   ..............         -3,350
    Human services......................        152,484         151,199         151,199         151,199          -1,285   ..............  ..............
    Education...........................         49,684          50,036          50,036          50,036            +352   ..............  ..............
    Public safety and justice...........          1,361           1,417           1,417           1,417             +56   ..............  ..............
    Community development...............         38,827          39,784          39,784          39,784            +957   ..............  ..............
    Resources management................         55,199          56,743          56,743          56,743          +1,544   ..............  ..............
    Trust services......................         42,700         D49,205          53,205         +10,505          +4,000          +4,000
    General administration..............         23,497          24,815          24,815          24,815          +1,318   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Tribal Priority                 733,025         750,480         753,830         754,480         +21,455          +4,000            +650
       Allocations......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Other Recurring Programs:
    Education:
        School operations:
            Forward-funded..............        422,125         436,427         436,427         436,427         +14,302   ..............  ..............
            Other school operations.....         66,293          67,588          67,588          67,588          +1,295   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Subtotal, School                  488,418         504,015         504,015         504,015         +15,597   ..............  ..............
               operations...............

        Continuing education............         38,118          39,118          39,118          41,118          +3,000          +2,000          +2,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Education...........        526,536         543,133         543,133         545,133         +18,597          +2,000          +2,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Resources management................         40,319          36,295          41,615          41,920          +1,601          +5,625            +305
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Other Recurring Programs        566,855         579,428         584,748         587,053         +20,198          +7,625          +2,305
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Non-Recurring Programs:
    Tribal government...................            256   ..............  ..............  ..............           -256   ..............  ..............
    Community development...............          1,297   ..............             75           4,000          +2,703          +4,000          +3,925
    Resources management................         31,658          30,906          31,935          32,711          +1,053          +1,805            +776
    Trust services......................         36,785          36,866          36,866          37,012            +227            +146            +146
    Yakima Nation Signal Peak road......          1,197   ..............  ..............  ..............         -1,197   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Non-Recurring Programs..         71,193          67,772          68,876          73,723          +2,530          +5,951          +4,847
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Tribal Budget System.......      1,371,073       1,397,680       1,407,454       1,415,256         +44,183         +17,576          +7,802
                                         ===============================================================================================================
             BIA Operations

Central Office Operations:
    Tribal government...................          2,601           2,649           2,649           2,649             +48   ..............  ..............
    Human services......................          1,296             909             909             909            -387   ..............  ..............
    Community development...............            866             886             886             886             +20   ..............  ..............
    Resources management................          3,419           3,476           3,476           3,476             +57   ..............  ..............
    Trust services......................          2,636           3,129           3,129           3,129            +493   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    General administration:
        Education program management....          2,387           2,435           2,435           2,435             +48   ..............  ..............
        Other general administration....         44,531          44,621          44,621          44,622             +91              +1              +1
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, General                      46,918          47,056          47,056          47,057            +139              +1              +1
           administration...............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
          Subtotal, Central Office               57,736          58,105          58,105          58,106            +370              +1              +1
           Operations...................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Regional Office Operations:
    Tribal government...................          1,362           1,324           1,324           1,324             -38   ..............  ..............
    Human services......................          3,016           3,067           3,067           3,067             +51   ..............  ..............
    Community development...............            821             847             847             847             +26   ..............  ..............
    Resources management................          3,300           4,365           4,365           4,365          +1,065   ..............  ..............
    Trust services......................         22,134          23,669          23,669          23,669          +1,535   ..............  ..............
    General administration..............         24,679          29,407          29,407          29,407          +4,728   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Regional Office                  55,312          62,679          62,679          62,679          +7,367   ..............  ..............
       Operations.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Special Programs and Pooled Overhead:
    Education...........................         15,564          16,039          16,039          16,039            +475   ..............  ..............
    Public safety and justice...........        152,652         160,652         160,652         160,652          +8,000   ..............  ..............
    Community development...............          4,863           3,543           4,064           8,802          +3,939          +5,259          +4,738
    Resources management................          1,311           1,311           1,311           1,311   ..............  ..............  ..............
    General administration..............         80,064          80,477          80,477          81,477          +1,413          +1,000          +1,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Special Programs and            254,454         262,022         262,543         268,281         +13,827          +6,259          +5,738
       Pooled Overhead..................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, BIA Operations.............        367,502         382,806         383,327         389,066         +21,564          +6,260          +5,739
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Operation of Indian              1,738,575       1,780,486       1,790,781       1,804,322         +65,747         +23,836         +13,541
       Programs.........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
               BIA SPLITS

Natural resources.......................       (135,206)       (133,096)       (139,445)       (140,526)        (+5,320)        (+7,430)        (+1,081)
Forward-funding.........................       (422,125)       (436,427)       (436,427)       (436,427)       (+14,302)  ..............  ..............
Education...............................       (172,046)       (175,216)       (175,216)       (177,216)        (+5,170)        (+2,000)        (+2,000)
Community development...................     (1,009,198)     (1,035,747)     (1,039,693)     (1,050,153)       (+40,955)       (+14,406)       (+10,460)
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, BIA splits.................     (1,738,575)     (1,780,486)     (1,790,781)     (1,804,322)       (+65,747)       (+23,836)       (+13,541)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
              Construction

Education...............................        292,341         292,503         292,503         295,503          +3,162          +3,000          +3,000
Public safety and justice...............          5,529           5,541           5,541           5,541             +12   ..............  ..............
Resources management....................         50,534          50,645          50,645          50,645            +111   ..............  ..............
General administration..................          2,166           2,179           2,179           2,179             +13   ..............  ..............
Construction management.................          6,048           6,264           6,264           6,264            +216   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction...............        356,618         357,132         357,132         360,132          +3,514          +3,000          +3,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Indian Land and Water Claim Settlements
  and Miscellaneous Payments to Indians

White Earth Land Settlement Act (Admin).            625             625             625             625   ..............  ..............  ..............
Hoopa-Yurok settlement fund.............            250             250             250             250   ..............  ..............  ..............
Pyramid Lake water rights settlement....            229             142             142             142             -87   ..............  ..............
Truckee River operating agreement.......            112   ..............  ..............  ..............           -112   ..............  ..............
Ute Indian water rights settlement......         24,828          24,728          24,728          24,728            -100   ..............  ..............
Aleutian-Pribilof (repairs).............          1,247   ..............  ..............  ..............         -1,247   ..............  ..............
Weber Dam...............................            174   ..............  ..............  ..............           -174   ..............  ..............
Rocky Boy's.............................          7,982           7,950           7,950           7,950             -32   ..............  ..............
Great Lakes fishing settlement..........          1,996           6,254           6,254           6,254          +4,258   ..............  ..............
Shivwits Band Settlement................  ..............          5,000           5,000           5,000          +5,000   ..............  ..............
Santo Domingo Pueblo Settlement.........  ..............          2,000           2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............  ..............
Colorado Ute Settlement.................  ..............          8,000           8,000           8,000          +8,000   ..............  ..............
Torres-Martinez Settlement..............  ..............          6,000           6,000           6,000          +6,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Miscellaneous Payments to           37,443          60,949          60,949          60,949         +23,506   ..............  ..............
       Indians..........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Indian Guaranteed Loan Program Account

Indian guaranteed loan program account..          4,977           4,986           4,986           4,986              +9   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS...      2,137,613       2,203,553       2,213,848       2,230,389         +92,776         +26,836         +16,541
                                         ===============================================================================================================
          DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
              Insular Affairs

        Assistance to Territories

Territorial Assistance:
     Office of Insular Affairs..........          4,385           4,528           4,528           4,528            +143   ..............  ..............
    Technical assistance................         13,631           7,461          10,300          14,461            +830          +7,000          +4,161
    Maintenance assistance fund.........          2,295           2,300           2,300           2,300              +5   ..............  ..............
    Brown tree snake....................          2,345           2,350           2,350           2,350              +5   ..............  ..............
    Insular management controls.........          1,488           1,491           1,491           1,491              +3   ..............  ..............
    Coral reef initiative...............            499             500             500             500              +1   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Territorial Assistance..         24,643          18,630          21,469          25,630            +987          +7,000          +4,161
                                         ===============================================================================================================
American Samoa: Operations grants.......         23,003          23,100          23,100          23,100             +97   ..............  ..............
Northern Marianas: Covenant grants......         27,720          27,720          27,720          27,720   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Assistance to Territories..         75,366          69,450          72,289          76,450          +1,084          +7,000          +4,161
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Compact of Free Association

Compact of Free Association--Federal              7,338           7,354           7,354           7,354             +16   ..............  ..............
 services...............................
    Mandatory payments--program grant            12,000          14,500          14,500          14,500          +2,500   ..............  ..............
     assistance.........................
Enewetak support........................          1,388           1,391           1,391           1,391              +3   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Compact of Free Association         20,726          23,245          23,245          23,245          +2,519   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Insular Affairs............         96,092          92,695          95,534          99,695          +3,603          +7,000          +4,161
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         Departmental Management

Departmental direction..................         12,240          11,940          11,940          12,764            +524            +824            +824
Management and coordination.............         23,798          22,702          22,702          24,905          +1,107          +2,203          +2,203
Hearings and appeals....................          8,288           8,288           8,288           8,559            +271            +271            +271
Central services........................         18,964          20,363          20,363          20,425          +1,461             +62             +62
Bureau of Mines workers compensation/               888             884             884             888   ..............             +4              +4
 unemployment...........................
Reduction by House floor action.........  ..............  ..............         -9,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         +9,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Departmental Management....         64,178          64,177          55,177          67,541          +3,363          +3,364         +12,364
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         Office of the Solicitor

Legal services..........................         33,556          35,276          37,276          36,806          +3,250          +1,530            -470
General administration..................          6,552           6,931           7,724           7,268            +716            +337            -456
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the Solicitor....         40,108          42,207          45,000          44,074          +3,966          +1,867            -926
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Office of Inspector General

Audit...................................         13,445          14,868          14,868          18,680          +5,235          +3,812          +3,812
Investigations..........................          6,486           6,763           6,763           6,763            +277   ..............  ..............
Administration..........................          6,457   ..............  ..............  ..............         -6,457   ..............  ..............
Program integrity.......................          1,397           1,457           1,457           1,457             +60   ..............  ..............
Policy and management...................  ..............          7,402           7,402           7,402          +7,402   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Inspector General         27,785          30,490          30,490          34,302          +6,517          +3,812          +3,812
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Office of Special Trustee for American
                 Indians

         Federal Trust Programs

Program operations, support, and                107,798          96,728          96,728          96,728         -11,070   ..............  ..............
 improvements...........................
Executive direction.....................          2,187           2,496           2,496           2,496            +309   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federal Trust programs..        109,985          99,224          99,224          99,224         -10,761   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Indian Land Consolidation Program

Indian land consolidation...............          8,980          10,980          10,980          10,980          +2,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Special Trustee          118,965         110,204         110,204         110,204          -8,761   ..............  ..............
       for American Indians.............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Natural Resource Damage Assessment Fund

Damage assessments......................          4,116           4,165           4,165           4,165             +49   ..............  ..............
Program management......................          1,275           1,332           1,332           1,707            +432            +375            +375
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Natural Resource Damage              5,391           5,497           5,497           5,872            +481            +375            +375
       Assessment Fund..................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES.......        352,519         345,270         341,902         361,688          +9,169         +16,418         +19,786
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  GENERAL PROVISIONS, DEPARTMENT OF THE
                INTERIOR

Abandoned mine/acid mine drainage (PA)..         12,572   ..............  ..............  ..............        -12,572   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, TITLE I, DEPARTMENT OF THE       9,314,582       9,167,124       9,411,563       9,373,182         +58,600        +206,058         -38,381
       INTERIOR.........................
          Appropriations................     (9,314,582)     (8,156,340)     (8,378,440)     (8,348,059)      (-966,523)      (+191,719)       (-30,381)
          Conservation..................  ..............     (1,010,784)     (1,033,123)     (1,025,123)    (+1,025,123)       (+14,339)        (-8,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       TITLE II--RELATED AGENCIES

        DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

             FOREST SERVICE

      Forest and Rangeland Research

Forest and rangeland research...........        229,111         234,979         236,979         242,822         +13,711          +7,843          +5,843
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       State and Private Forestry

Forest Health Management:
    Federal lands forest health                  41,292          41,304          43,304          41,573            +281            +269          -1,731
     management.........................
    Cooperative lands forest health              22,511          22,866          23,866          25,000          +2,489          +2,134          +1,134
     management.........................
    Pest management (contingent                  12,472   ..............  ..............  ..............        -12,472   ..............  ..............
     emergency appropriations)..........
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Forest Health Management         76,275          64,170          67,170          66,573          -9,702          +2,403            -597
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Cooperative Fire Assistance:
    State fire assistance...............         24,945          25,310          25,310          25,352            +407             +42             +42
    Volunteer fire assistance...........          4,989           5,053           5,053           5,053             +64   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Cooperative Fire                 29,934          30,363          30,363          30,405            +471             +42             +42
       Assistance.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Cooperative Forestry:
    Forest stewardship..................         32,782          32,941          32,941          33,268            +486            +327            +327
    Stewardship incentives                ..............  ..............          8,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         -8,000
     (conservation).....................
    Forest legacy program (conservation)         59,868          30,079          60,000          65,000          +5,132         +34,921          +5,000
    Urban and community forestry                 35,642          31,804          36,000          36,000            +358          +4,196   ..............
     (conservation).....................
    Economic action programs............         30,269          28,819          21,069          35,945          +5,676          +7,126         +14,876
    Pacific Northwest assistance                  9,579           9,625           9,200           9,625             +46   ..............           +425
     programs...........................
    Forest resource information and               4,989           5,015           8,015           5,015             +26   ..............         -3,000
     analysis...........................
    Alaska railroad (emergency                   11,269   ..............  ..............  ..............        -11,269   ..............  ..............
     appropriations)....................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Cooperative Forestry....        184,398         138,283         175,225         184,853            +455         +46,570          +9,628
                                         ===============================================================================================================
International forestry..................          4,989           5,013           5,013           5,500            +511            +487            +487

Reduction for conservation funding......  ..............        -61,585        -104,000        -101,000        -101,000         -39,415          +3,000

Conservation............................  ..............         61,585         104,000         101,000        +101,000         +39,415          -3,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, State and Private Forestry.        295,596         237,829         277,771         287,331          -8,265         +49,502          +9,560
          Appropriations................       (295,596)       (176,244)       (173,771)       (186,331)      (-109,265)       (+10,087)       (+12,560)
          Conservation..................  ..............        (61,585)       (104,000)       (101,000)      (+101,000)       (+39,415)        (-3,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         National Forest System

Land management planning................         78,134          70,358          70,358          70,718          -7,416            +360            +360
Inventory and monitoring................        174,069         173,816         173,816         173,953            -116            +137            +137
Recreation, heritage and wilderness.....        229,763         235,122         245,000         235,660          +5,897            +538          -9,340
Wildlife and fish habitat management....        128,744         131,747         132,047         131,947          +3,203            +200            -100
Grazing management......................         33,782          34,570          34,570          34,775            +993            +205            +205
Forest products.........................        255,281         266,340         266,340         266,340         +11,059   ..............  ..............
Vegetation and watershed management.....        181,634         187,913         188,913         191,126          +9,492          +3,213          +2,213
Minerals and geology management.........         47,840          48,956          48,956          49,357          +1,517            +401            +401
Landownership management................         86,418          88,434          88,434          89,115          +2,697            +681            +681
Law enforcement operations..............         74,194          75,924          77,000          80,000          +5,806          +4,076          +3,000
Quincy Library..........................          1,996   ..............  ..............  ..............         -1,996   ..............  ..............
Tongas timber pipeline..................          4,989   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,989   ..............  ..............
Valles Caldera National Preserve........            988           1,011           1,011           1,500            +512            +489            +489
Windstorms, WI and MN (emergency                  7,233   ..............  ..............  ..............         -7,233   ..............  ..............
 appropriations)........................
Reduction by House floor action.........  ..............  ..............         -6,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         +6,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Forest System.....      1,305,065       1,314,191       1,320,445       1,324,491         +19,426         +10,300          +4,046
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Wildland Fire Management

Preparedness............................        611,143         622,618         616,618         622,618         +11,475   ..............         +6,000
Fire suppression operations.............        226,140         321,321         321,321         221,321          -4,819        -100,000        -100,000
Other operations........................  ..............        336,410         464,366         271,655        +271,655         -64,755        -192,711
Contingent emergency appropriations.....      1,042,975   ..............  ..............  ..............     -1,042,975   ..............  ..............
Emergency suppression...................  ..............  ..............  ..............        100,000        +100,000        +100,000        +100,000
Emergency other operations..............  ..............  ..............  ..............         65,000         +65,000         +65,000         +65,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland Fire Management...      1,880,258       1,280,349       1,402,305       1,280,594        -599,664            +245        -121,711
                                         ===============================================================================================================
   Capital Improvement and Maintenance

Facilities..............................        165,930         167,950         178,092         178,578         +12,648         +10,628            +486
Roads...................................        235,029         237,891         238,346         242,211          +7,182          +4,320          +3,865
Trails..................................         66,578          67,389          69,075          59,497          -7,081          -7,892          -9,578
Infrastructure improvement..............         49,890   ..............  ..............  ..............        -49,890   ..............  ..............
    Conservation (infrastructure          ..............         50,497          50,000          61,000         +61,000         +10,503         +11,000
     improvement).......................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Capital Improvement and            517,427         523,727         535,513         541,286         +23,859         +17,559          +5,773
       Maintenance......................
          Appropriations................       (517,427)       (473,230)       (485,513)       (480,286)       (-37,141)        (+7,056)        (-5,227)
          Conservation..................  ..............        (50,497)        (50,000)        (61,000)       (+61,000)       (+10,503)       (+11,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
            Land Acquisition

Forest Service:
    Acquisitions........................        138,898         113,377         113,377         111,377         -27,521          -2,000          -2,000
    Acquisition management..............          8,481          13,000          13,000          13,000          +4,519   ..............  ..............
    Cash equalization...................          1,497           1,500           1,500           1,500              +3   ..............  ..............
    Forest inholdings...................          1,497           2,000           2,000           2,000            +503   ..............  ..............
    Wilderness inholdings...............            499           1,000           1,000           1,000            +501   ..............  ..............

    Reduction for conservation funding..  ..............       -130,877        -130,877        -130,877        -130,877   ..............  ..............

    Conservation........................  ..............        130,877         130,877         130,877        +130,877   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition...........        150,872         130,877         130,877         128,877         -21,995          -2,000          -2,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Acquisition of lands for national                 1,067           1,069           1,069           1,069              +2   ..............  ..............
 forests, special acts..................
Acquisition of lands to complete land               233             234             234             234              +1   ..............  ..............
 exchanges..............................
Range betterment fund...................          3,293           3,290           3,290           3,290              -3   ..............  ..............
Gifts, donations and bequests for forest             92              92              92              92   ..............  ..............  ..............
 and rangeland research.................
Management of national forest lands for           5,488           5,488           5,488           5,488   ..............  ..............  ..............
 subsistence uses.......................
Southeast Alaska economic disaster fund.          4,989   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,989   ..............  ..............
Reduction for conservation funding......  ..............         -2,000          -2,000          -2,000          -2,000   ..............  ..............
Conservation (Youth Conservation Corps).  ..............          2,000           2,000           2,000          +2,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, FOREST SERVICE.............      4,393,491       3,732,125       3,914,063       3,815,574        -577,917         +83,449         -98,489
          Appropriations................     (4,393,491)     (3,487,166)     (3,627,186)     (3,520,697)      (-872,794)       (+33,531)      (-106,489)
          Conservation..................  ..............       (244,959)       (286,877)       (294,877)      (+294,877)       (+49,918)        (+8,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
          DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

          Clean Coal Technology

Deferral................................        -67,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        +67,000   ..............  ..............
(Transfer to Elk Hills School Lands       ..............  ..............       (-36,000)  ..............  ..............  ..............       (+36,000)
 fund)..................................
(Transfer to Fossil Energy).............  ..............  ..............  ..............       (-33,700)       (-33,700)       (-33,700)       (-33,700)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Fossil Energy Research and Development

Clean coal power initiative.............  ..............        150,000         150,000         116,300        +116,300         -33,700         -33,700
    (By transfer from Clean Coal          ..............  ..............  ..............        (33,700)       (+33,700)       (+33,700)       (+33,700)
     Technology)........................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Program level..............  ..............        150,000         150,000         150,000        +150,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Coal and Power Systems:
    Central Systems:
        Innovations for existing plants.         20,102          18,000          22,500          22,500          +2,398          +4,500   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Advanced Systems:
            Indirect fired cycle........          5,997   ..............  ..............  ..............         -5,997   ..............  ..............
            Integrated gasification              35,134          35,000          40,000          43,000          +7,866          +8,000          +3,000
             combined cycle.............
            Advanced Combustion System           12,175           8,000           8,000          11,000          -1,175          +3,000          +3,000
             (formerly PFB).............
            Turbines....................         28,936   ..............         18,500          20,500          -8,436         +20,500          +2,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Subtotal, Advanced Systems         82,242          43,000          66,500          74,500          -7,742         +31,500          +8,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Power plant improvement                  94,791   ..............  ..............  ..............        -94,791   ..............  ..............
         initiative (tranfser from Clean
         Coal)..........................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Central Systems.....        197,135          61,000          89,000          97,000        -100,135         +36,000          +8,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Distributed Generation Systems--Fuel          2,794           1,000           2,000           4,000          +1,206          +3,000          +2,000
     Cells Advanced research............
        Fuel cell systems...............         30,932          11,500          11,500          13,500         -17,432          +2,000          +2,000
        Vision 21-hybrids...............         14,967          11,500          13,500          13,500          -1,467          +2,000   ..............
        Innovative concepts.............          3,891          21,124          21,124          21,124         +17,233   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Distributed                  52,584          45,124          48,124          52,124            -460          +7,000          +4,000
           Generation Systems--Fuel
           Cells........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Sequestration R&D;: Greenhouse gas            18,746          20,677          32,177          32,177         +13,431         +11,500   ..............
     control............................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Fuels:
        Transportation fuels and                  7,558           5,000          21,000          24,500         +16,942         +19,500          +3,500
         chemicals......................
        Solid fuels and feedstocks......          4,291           2,000           2,000           5,000            +709          +3,000          +3,000
        Advanced fuels research.........          4,889   ..............          2,000           4,450            -439          +4,450          +2,450
        Steelmaking feedstock...........          6,685   ..............  ..............  ..............         -6,685   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Fuels...............         23,423           7,000          25,000          33,950         +10,527         +26,950          +8,950
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Advanced Research:
        Coal utilization science........         10,236           6,250           6,250           6,250          -3,986   ..............  ..............
        Materials.......................          6,985           7,000           7,000           8,000          +1,015          +1,000          +1,000
        Technology crosscut.............          8,925           8,750           8,750          10,750          +1,825          +2,000          +2,000
        University coal research........          2,993           3,000           3,000           3,000              +7   ..............  ..............
        HBCUs, education and training...            998           1,000           1,000           1,000              +2   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Advanced Research...         30,137          26,000          26,000          29,000          -1,137          +3,000          +3,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
          Subtotal, Coal and Power              322,025         159,801         220,301         244,251         -77,774         +84,450         +23,950
           Systems......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Gas:
    Natural Gas Technologies:
        Exploration and production......         14,221           9,350          19,550          17,350          +3,129          +8,000          -2,200
        Gas hydrates....................          9,938           4,750           9,800           9,800            -138          +5,050   ..............
        Infrastructure..................          8,110           5,050           8,050          10,050          +1,940          +5,000          +2,000
        Emerging processing technology           10,146             250             250           3,250          -6,896          +3,000          +3,000
         applications...................
        Effective environmental                   2,614           1,600           2,600           2,600             -14          +1,000   ..............
         protection.....................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Gas.................         45,029          21,000          40,250          43,050          -1,979         +22,050          +2,800
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Petroleum--Oil Technology:
    Exploration and production                   28,844          20,350          31,350          26,350          -2,494          +6,000          -5,000
     supporting research................
    Reservoir life extension/management.         14,662           4,849          13,949           7,949          -6,713          +3,100          -6,000
    Effective environmental protection..         10,796           5,300          10,700          10,700             -96          +5,400   ..............
    Emerging processing technology                2,594   ..............  ..............  ..............         -2,594   ..............  ..............
     applications.......................
    Ultra clean fuels...................          9,978   ..............  ..............  ..............         -9,978   ..............  ..............
    Use of SPR petroleum account........        -12,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        +12,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Petroleum--Oil                   54,874          30,499          55,999          44,999          -9,875         +14,500         -11,000
       Technology.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Cooperative R&D.........................;          8,071   ..............          6,000          11,240          +3,169         +11,240          +5,240
Fossil energy environmental restoration.          9,978           9,500           9,500           9,500            -478   ..............  ..............
Import/export authorization.............          2,295           1,000           2,400           2,400            +105          +1,400   ..............
Headquarters program direction..........         16,930          14,700          18,700          18,700          +1,770          +4,000   ..............
Energy Technology Center program                 63,157          55,300          67,300          67,300          +4,143         +12,000   ..............
 direction..............................
General plant projects..................          3,891           2,000           3,350          13,450          +9,559         +11,450         +10,100
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Advanced Metallurgical Processes:                 5,214           5,200           5,200           5,200             -14   ..............  ..............
 Advanced metallurgical processes.......
Use of previously appropriated Clean            -95,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        +95,000   ..............  ..............
 Coal funds.............................
Use of prior year balances..............         -4,000   ..............  ..............         -6,000          -2,000          -6,000          -6,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Fossil Energy Research and         432,464         449,000         579,000         570,390        +137,926        +121,390          -8,610
       Development......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Alternative Fuels Production

Transfer to Treasury....................         -1,000          -2,000   ..............         -2,000          -1,000   ..............         -2,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves

Oil Reserves:
    Naval petroleum reserves Nos. 1 and           4,835           5,144           5,144           5,144            +309   ..............  ..............
     2..................................
    Naval petroleum reserve No. 3.......          9,496           7,235           7,235           7,235          -2,261   ..............  ..............
    Program direction (headquarters)....          8,040           9,992           9,992           9,992          +1,952   ..............  ..............
    Use of prior year funds.............        -20,775          -5,000          -5,000          -5,000         +15,775   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Naval Petroleum and Oil              1,596          17,371          17,371          17,371         +15,775   ..............  ..............
       Shale Reserves...................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Elk Hills School Lands Fund

Elk Hills School lands fund.............         36,000          36,000   ..............         36,000   ..............  ..............        +36,000
    (By transfer from Clean Coal).......  ..............  ..............        (36,000)  ..............  ..............  ..............       (-36,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
           Energy Conservation

Building Technology, State and Community
 Sector:
    Building research and standards:
        Technology roadmaps and                   6,870             857           6,857           6,857             -13          +6,000   ..............
         competitive R&D................;
        Residential buildings                    12,120           7,478          12,478          12,478            +358          +5,000   ..............
         integration....................
        Commercial buildings integration          4,583           2,510           4,510           4,510             -73          +2,000   ..............
        Equipment, materials and tools..         40,670          21,547          38,547          38,547          -2,123         +17,000   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Building research            64,243          32,392          62,392          62,392          -1,851         +30,000   ..............
           and standards................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Building Technology Assistance:
        Weatherization assistance and           190,580         311,000         311,000         251,000         +60,420         -60,000         -60,000
         state energy programs..........
        Community partnerships..........         18,095           8,488          18,788          18,788            +693         +10,300   ..............
        Energy star program.............          2,204           2,000           2,000           2,000            -204   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Building technology         210,879         321,488         331,788         271,788         +60,909         -49,700         -60,000
           assistance...................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Cooperative programs with States....          1,996   ..............          2,000           2,000              +4          +2,000   ..............
    Energy efficiency science initiative          3,891   ..............          4,000           4,000            +109          +4,000   ..............
    Management and planning.............         14,133          15,090          15,090          15,090            +957   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Building Technology,            295,142         368,970         415,270         355,270         +60,128         -13,700         -60,000
       State and Community Sector.......
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Federal Energy Management Program:
    Program activities..................         21,227           8,900          18,900           8,900         -12,327   ..............        -10,000
    Program direction...................          4,434           4,400           4,400           4,400             -34   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federal Energy                   25,661          13,300          23,300          13,300         -12,361   ..............        -10,000
       Management Program...............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Industry Sector:
    Industries of the future (specific).         72,390          46,424          72,624          72,624            +234         +26,200   ..............
    Industries of the future                     61,719          31,900          58,900          58,900          -2,819         +27,000   ..............
     (crosscutting).....................
    Cooperative programs with States....          1,996   ..............          2,000           2,000              +4          +2,000   ..............
    Energy efficiency science initiative          3,891   ..............          4,000           4,000            +109          +4,000   ..............
    Management and planning.............          8,626           9,400           9,400           9,400            +774   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Industry Sector.........        148,622          87,724         146,924         146,924          -1,698         +59,200   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Power Technologies:
    Distributed generation technologies          45,899          45,896          61,896          61,896         +15,997         +16,000   ..............
     development........................
    Management and planning.............          1,447           1,450           1,950           1,950            +503            +500   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Power Technologies......         47,346          47,346          63,846          63,846         +16,500         +16,500   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Transportation:
    Vehicle technology R&D..............;        159,947         126,422         155,122         155,122          -4,825         +28,700   ..............
    Fuels utilization R&D...............;         23,548          20,908          25,908          25,908          +2,360          +5,000   ..............
    Materials technologies..............         42,407          30,293          40,293          40,293          -2,114         +10,000   ..............
    Technology deployment...............         15,107           9,860          13,160          13,160          -1,947          +3,300   ..............
    Cooperative programs with States....          1,996   ..............          2,000           2,000              +4          +2,000   ..............
    Energy efficiency science initiative          3,891   ..............          4,000           4,000            +109          +4,000   ..............
    Management and planning.............          8,501          10,232          10,232          10,232          +1,731   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Transportation..........        255,397         197,715         250,715         250,715          -4,682         +53,000   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Policy and management...................         43,274          40,750          40,750          40,750          -2,524   ..............  ..............
Use of Biomass Energy Development funds.         -2,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         +2,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Energy Conservation........        813,442         755,805         940,805         870,805         +57,363        +115,000         -70,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
           Economic Regulation

Office of Hearings and Appeals..........          1,996           1,996           1,996           1,996   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Strategic Petroleum Reserve

Storage facilities development and              148,672         144,009         154,009         144,009          -4,663   ..............        -10,000
 operations.............................
Home heating oil reserve................  ..............          8,000           8,000           8,000          +8,000   ..............  ..............
Management..............................         15,965          17,000          17,000          17,000          +1,035   ..............  ..............
Use of SPR Petroleum account............         -4,000   ..............  ..............  ..............         +4,000   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Strategic Petroleum Reserve        160,637         169,009         179,009         169,009          +8,372   ..............        -10,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    Energy Information Administration

National Energy Information System......         75,509          75,499          78,499          75,499             -10   ..............         -3,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY.......      1,453,644       1,502,680       1,796,680       1,739,070        +285,426        +236,390         -57,610
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

          INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE

         Indian Health Services

Clinical Services:
    IHS and tribal health delivery:
        Hospital and health clinic            1,084,173       1,137,711       1,154,711       1,137,711         +53,538   ..............        -17,000
         programs.......................
        Dental health program...........         91,018          95,305          95,305          95,305          +4,287   ..............  ..............
        Mental health program...........         45,018          47,142          47,142          47,142          +2,124   ..............  ..............
        Alcohol and substance abuse             130,254         135,005         135,005         135,005          +4,751   ..............  ..............
         program........................
        Contract care...................        445,773         445,776         460,776         445,776              +3   ..............        -15,000
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Clinical Services...      1,796,236       1,860,939       1,892,939       1,860,939         +64,703   ..............        -32,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Preventive Health:
    Public health nursing...............         36,114          37,781          37,781          37,781          +1,667   ..............  ..............
    Health education....................         10,063          10,628          10,628          10,628            +565   ..............  ..............
    Community health representatives             48,061          49,789          49,789          49,789          +1,728   ..............  ..............
     program............................
    Immunization (Alaska)...............          1,471           1,526           1,526           1,526             +55   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Preventive Health...         95,709          99,724          99,724          99,724          +4,015   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Urban health projects...................         29,843          29,947          30,947          30,947          +1,104          +1,000   ..............
Indian health professions...............         30,486          30,565          30,565          31,165            +679            +600            +600
Tribal management.......................          2,406           2,406           2,406           2,406   ..............  ..............  ..............
Direct operations.......................         52,946          65,323          55,323          65,323         +12,377   ..............        +10,000
Self-governance.........................          9,803           9,876           9,876           9,876             +73   ..............  ..............
Contract support costs..................        248,234         288,234         268,234         288,234         +40,000   ..............        +20,000

Medicare/Medicaid Reimbursements:              (404,590)       (499,985)       (499,985)       (499,985)       (+95,395)  ..............  ..............
 Hospital and clinic accreditation (Est.
 collect-  ing).........................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Indian Health Services.....      2,265,663       2,387,014       2,390,014       2,388,614        +122,951          +1,600          -1,400
                                         ===============================================================================================================
        Indian Health Facilities

Maintenance and improvement.............         46,331          45,331          46,331          45,331          -1,000   ..............         -1,000
Sanitation facilities...................         93,617          93,827          93,827          93,827            +210   ..............  ..............
Construction facilities.................         85,525          37,568          86,568          80,627          -4,898         +43,059          -5,941
Facilities and environmental health             121,336         126,775         126,775         126,775          +5,439   ..............  ..............
 support................................
Equipment...............................         16,294          16,294          16,294          16,294   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Indian Health Facilities...        363,103         319,795         369,795         362,854            -249         +43,059          -6,941
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE......      2,628,766       2,706,809       2,759,809       2,751,468        +122,702         +44,659          -8,341
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         OTHER RELATED AGENCIES

    OFFICE OF NAVAJO AND HOPI INDIAN
               RELOCATION

Salaries and expenses...................         14,967          15,148          15,148          15,148            +181   ..............  ..............

 INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
   NATIVE CULTURE AND ARTS DEVELOPMENT

Payment to the Institute................          4,116           4,490           4,490           4,490            +374   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

          Salaries and Expenses

Museum and Research Institutes:
    Anacostia Museum and Center for               1,910           1,932           1,932           1,949             +39             +17             +17
     African American History and
     Culture............................
    Archives of American Art............          1,716           1,738           1,738           1,772             +56             +34             +34
    Arthur M. Sackler Gallery/Freer               6,182           6,098           6,098           6,392            +210            +294            +294
     Gallery of Art.....................
    Center for Folklife and Cultural              1,780           1,850           1,850           1,836             +56             -14             -14
     Heritage...........................
    Cooper-Hewitt, National Design                2,934           2,942           2,942           3,027             +93             +85             +85
     Museum.............................
    Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture                4,712           4,771           4,771           4,877            +165            +106            +106
     Garden.............................
    National Air and Space Museum.......         16,126          16,599          16,599          16,659            +533             +60             +60
    National Museum of African Art......          4,324           4,334           4,334           4,454            +130            +120            +120
    National Museum of American Art.....          8,823           8,265           8,265           9,110            +287            +845            +845
    National Museum of American History.         23,059          20,800          20,800          21,819          -1,240          +1,019          +1,019
    National Museum of the American              27,261          27,899          27,899          27,887            +626             -12             -12
     Indian.............................
    National Museum of Natural History..         42,744          43,404          43,404          44,036          +1,292            +632            +632
    National Portrait Gallery...........          5,624           5,626           5,626           5,818            +194            +192            +192
    National Zoological Park............         21,033          21,471          22,001          21,793            +760            +322            -208
    Astrophysical Observatory...........         20,382          20,546          20,546          20,909            +527            +363            +363
    Center for Materials Research and             3,229           1,860           1,860           3,329            +100          +1,469          +1,469
     Education..........................
    Environmental Research Center.......          3,337           3,391           3,391           3,445            +108             +54             +54
    Tropical Research Institute.........         10,440          10,581          10,581          10,762            +322            +181            +181
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtoal, Museums and Research             205,616         204,107         204,637         209,874          +4,258          +5,767          +5,237
       Institutes.......................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Program Support and Outreach:
    Outreach............................          7,315           9,168           8,193           8,048            +733          -1,120            -145
    Communications......................          1,572           1,617           1,617           1,612             +40              -5              -5
    Institution-wide programs...........          5,681          12,706          13,151           5,681   ..............         -7,025          -7,470
    Office of Exhibits Central..........          2,382           2,494           2,494           2,477             +95             -17             -17
    Major scientific instrumentation....          7,228           6,229           6,229           6,928            -300            +699            +699
    Museum Support Center...............          3,533           3,074           3,074           3,053            -480             -21             -21
    Smithsonian Institution Archives....          1,537           1,611           1,611           1,598             +61             -13             -13
    Smithsonian Institution Libraries...          7,458           7,237           7,237           7,685            +227            +448            +448
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Program Support and              36,706          44,136          43,606          37,082            +376          -7,054          -6,524
       Outreach.........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Administration..........................         35,532          36,144          36,144          42,065          +6,533          +5,921          +5,921
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Facilities Services:
    Office of Protection Services.......         34,934          35,640          35,640          37,001          +2,067          +1,361          +1,361
    Office of Physical Plant............         74,114          76,173          76,173          75,170          +1,056          -1,003          -1,003
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Facilities Services.....        109,048         111,813         111,813         112,171          +3,123            +358            +358
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Salaries and Expenses......        386,902         396,200         396,200         401,192         +14,290          +4,992          +4,992
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  Repair, Restoration and Alteration of
               Facilities

Base program............................         57,473          67,900          67,900          67,900         +10,427   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
              Construction

National Museum of the American Indian..  ..............         30,000          30,000          25,000         +25,000          -5,000          -5,000
National Zoological Park American Farm            4,989   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,989   ..............  ..............
 Exhibit................................
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory             4,490   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,490   ..............  ..............
 Hilo Base Building.....................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction...............          9,479          30,000          30,000          25,000         +15,521          -5,000          -5,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION....        453,854         494,100         494,100         494,092         +40,238              -8              -8
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART

          Salaries and Expenses

Care and utilization of art collections.         24,279          24,116          26,019          26,019          +1,740          +1,903   ..............
Operation and maintenance of buildings           14,294          14,678          14,908          14,908            +614            +230   ..............
 and grounds............................
Protection of buildings, grounds and             13,829          14,449          14,837          14,837          +1,008            +388   ..............
 contents...............................
General administration..................         12,236          12,986          13,203          13,203            +967            +217   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Salaries and Expenses......         64,638          66,229          68,967          68,967          +4,329          +2,738   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  Repair, Restoration and Renovation of
                Buildings

Base program............................         10,847          14,220          14,220          14,220          +3,373   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART....         75,485          80,449          83,187          83,187          +7,702          +2,738   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
     JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE
             PERFORMING ARTS

Operations and maintenance..............         13,969          15,000          15,000          15,000          +1,031   ..............  ..............
Construction............................         19,956          19,000          19,000          19,000            -956   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR          33,925          34,000          34,000          34,000             +75   ..............  ..............
       THE PERFORMING ARTS..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 WOODROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR
                SCHOLARS

          Salaries and Expenses

Fellowship program......................          1,166           1,218           1,218           1,218             +52   ..............  ..............
Scholar support.........................            641             615             615             615             -26   ..............  ..............
Public service..........................          2,212           2,164           2,164           2,164             -48   ..............  ..............
General administration..................          1,519           1,656           1,656           1,656            +137   ..............  ..............
Smithsonian fee.........................            135             208             208             208             +73   ..............  ..............
Conference planning.....................          1,456           1,770           1,770           1,770            +314   ..............  ..............
Space...................................            165             165             165             165   ..............  ..............  ..............
Miscellaneous appropriations (Public Law          4,989   ..............  ..............  ..............         -4,989   ..............  ..............
 106-554)...............................
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WOODROW WILSON CENTER......         12,283           7,796           7,796           7,796          -4,487   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
 NATIONAL FOUNDATION ON THE ARTS AND THE
               HUMANITIES

     National Endowment for the Arts

        Grants and Administration

Grants:
    Direct grants.......................         47,827          47,550          47,827          47,827   ..............           +277   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
    State partnerships:
        State and regional..............         25,118          24,906          25,118          25,118   ..............           +212   ..............
        Underserved set-aside...........          6,805           6,794           6,805           6,805   ..............            +11   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, State partnerships..         31,923          31,700          31,923          31,923   ..............           +223   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
          Subtotal, Grants..............         79,750          79,250          79,750          79,750   ..............           +500   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Program support.........................          1,154           1,154           1,154           1,154   ..............  ..............  ..............
Administration..........................         16,881          17,830          17,330          17,330            +449            -500   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Arts.......................         97,785          98,234          98,234          98,234            +449   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  National Endowment for the Humanities

        Grants and Administration
Grants:
    Federal/State partnership...........         30,593          30,593          31,468          32,093          +1,500          +1,500            +625
    Preservation and access.............         18,288          18,288          18,688          18,788            +500            +500            +100
    Public programs.....................         12,560          12,560          12,959          13,560          +1,000          +1,000            +601
    Research programs...................         12,519          12,519          12,918          13,519          +1,000          +1,000            +601
    Education programs..................         12,075          12,075          12,474          13,075          +1,000          +1,000            +601
    Program development.................            397             397             397             397   ..............  ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Grants..................         86,432          86,432          88,904          91,432          +5,000          +5,000          +2,528
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Administrative Areas: Administration....         17,941          18,450          18,978          18,450            +509   ..............           -528
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Grants and Administration..        104,373         104,882         107,882         109,882          +5,509          +5,000          +2,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
             Matching Grants

Treasury funds..........................          4,000           4,000           4,000           4,000   ..............  ..............  ..............
Challenge grants........................         10,436          10,436          10,436          10,436   ..............  ..............  ..............
Regional humanities centers.............          1,185           1,186           1,186           1,186              +1   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Matching Grants............         15,621          15,622          15,622          15,622              +1   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Total, Humanities.................        119,994         120,504         123,504         125,504          +5,510          +5,000          +2,000
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Institute of Museum and Library Services/
        Office of Museum Services

Grants to Museums:
    Support for operations..............         15,932          15,757          15,932          15,932   ..............           +175   ..............
    Support for conservation............          3,123           3,130           3,130           3,130              +7   ..............  ..............
    National leadership grants..........          3,542           3,542           5,167           5,167          +1,625          +1,625   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Grants to Museums.......         22,597          22,429          24,229          24,229          +1,632          +1,800   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
Program administration..................          2,255           2,470           2,670           2,670            +415            +200   ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Institute of Museum and             24,852          24,899          26,899          26,899          +2,047          +2,000   ..............
       Library Services.................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       Challenge America Arts Fund

Challenge America grants................          6,985           6,985          17,000          17,000         +10,015         +10,015   ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL FOUNDATION ON THE         249,616         250,622         265,637         267,637         +18,021         +17,015          +2,000
       ARTS AND THE HUMANITIES..........
                                         ===============================================================================================================
         COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS

Salaries and expenses...................          1,076           1,274           1,274           1,174             +98            -100            -100

   NATIONAL CAPITAL ARTS AND CULTURAL
                 AFFAIRS

Grants..................................          6,985           7,000           7,000           7,000             +15   ..............  ..............

      ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HISTORIC
              PRESERVATION

Salaries and expenses...................          3,182           3,310           3,400           3,310            +128   ..............            -90
                                         ===============================================================================================================
  NATIONAL CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION

Salaries and expenses...................          6,486           7,253           7,253           7,253            +767   ..............  ..............

UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COUNCIL

Holocaust Memorial Museum...............         34,363          36,028          36,028          36,028          +1,665   ..............  ..............
                                         ===============================================================================================================
             PRESIDIO TRUST

Operations..............................         23,349          22,427          22,427          23,125            -224            +698            +698
Loan authority..........................          9,978   ..............  ..............  ..............         -9,978   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Presidio Trust.............         33,327          22,427          22,427          23,125         -10,202            +698            +698
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      TOTAL, TITLE II, RELATED AGENCIES.      9,405,566       8,905,511       9,452,292       9,290,352        -115,214        +384,841        -161,940
          Appropriations................     (9,405,566)     (8,660,552)     (9,165,415)     (8,995,475)      (-410,091)      (+334,923)      (-169,940)
          Conservation..................  ..............       (244,959)       (286,877)       (294,877)      (+294,877)       (+49,918)        (+8,000)
                                         ===============================================================================================================
                TITLE VII

United Mine Workers of America combined          57,872   ..............  ..............  ..............        -57,872   ..............  ..............
 benefits fund..........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
   TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Bureau of Land Management...............      2,144,182       1,771,538       1,872,422       1,859,084        -285,098         +87,546         -13,338
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service..........      1,209,310       1,091,265       1,335,516       1,271,165         +61,855        +179,900         -64,351
National Park Service...................      2,133,519       2,517,691       2,284,685       2,294,741        +161,222        -222,950         +10,056
United States Geological Survey.........        882,800         813,376         900,489         892,474          +9,674         +79,098          -8,015
Minerals Management Service.............        139,221         155,473         155,972         158,051         +18,830          +2,578          +2,079
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and        302,846         268,958         306,729         305,590          +2,744         +36,632          -1,139
 Enforcement............................
Bureau of Indian Affairs................      2,137,613       2,203,553       2,213,848       2,230,389         +92,776         +26,836         +16,541
Departmental Offices....................        352,519         345,270         341,902         361,688          +9,169         +16,418         +19,786
General Provisions......................         12,572   ..............  ..............  ..............        -12,572   ..............  ..............
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Title I--Department of the       9,314,582       9,167,124       9,411,563       9,373,182         +58,600        +206,058         -38,381
       Interior.........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
       TITLE II--RELATED AGENCIES

Forest Service..........................      4,393,491       3,732,125       3,914,063       3,815,574        -577,917         +83,449         -98,489
Department of Energy....................     (1,453,644)     (1,502,680)     (1,796,680)     (1,739,070)      (+285,426)      (+236,390)       (-57,610)
    Clean Coal Technology...............        -67,000   ..............  ..............  ..............        +67,000   ..............  ..............
    Fossil Energy Research and                  432,464         449,000         579,000         570,390        +137,926        +121,390          -8,610
     Development........................
    Alternative Fuels Production........         -1,000          -2,000   ..............         -2,000          -1,000   ..............         -2,000
    Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale                 1,596          17,371          17,371          17,371         +15,775   ..............  ..............
     Reserves...........................
    Elk Hills School Lands Fund.........         36,000          36,000   ..............         36,000   ..............  ..............        +36,000
    Energy Conservation.................        813,442         755,805         940,805         870,805         +57,363        +115,000         -70,000
    Economic Regulation.................          1,996           1,996           1,996           1,996   ..............  ..............  ..............
    Strategic Petroleum Reserve.........        160,637         169,009         179,009         169,009          +8,372   ..............        -10,000
    Energy Information Administration...         75,509          75,499          78,499          75,499             -10   ..............         -3,000
Indian Health Service...................      2,628,766       2,706,809       2,759,809       2,751,468        +122,702         +44,659          -8,341
Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian                 14,967          15,148          15,148          15,148            +181   ..............  ..............
 Relocation.............................
Institute of American Indian and Alaska           4,116           4,490           4,490           4,490            +374   ..............  ..............
 Native Culture and Arts Development....
Smithsonian Institution.................        453,854         494,100         494,100         494,092         +40,238              -8              -8
National Gallery of Art.................         75,485          80,449          83,187          83,187          +7,702          +2,738   ..............
John F. Kennedy Center for the                   33,925          34,000          34,000          34,000             +75   ..............  ..............
 Performing Arts........................
Woodrow Wilson International Center for          12,283           7,796           7,796           7,796          -4,487   ..............  ..............
 Scholars...............................
National Endowment for the Arts.........         97,785          98,234          98,234          98,234            +449   ..............  ..............
National Endowment for the Humanities...        119,994         120,504         123,504         125,504          +5,510          +5,000          +2,000
Institute of Museum and Library Services         24,852          24,899          26,899          26,899          +2,047          +2,000   ..............
Challenge America Arts Fund.............          6,985           6,985          17,000          17,000         +10,015         +10,015   ..............
Commission of Fine Arts.................          1,076           1,274           1,274           1,174             +98            -100            -100
National Capital Arts and Cultural                6,985           7,000           7,000           7,000             +15   ..............  ..............
 Affairs................................
Advisory Council on Historic                      3,182           3,310           3,400           3,310            +128   ..............            -90
 Preservation...........................
National Capital Planning Commission....          6,486           7,253           7,253           7,253            +767   ..............  ..............
Holocaust Memorial Council..............         34,363          36,028          36,028          36,028          +1,665   ..............  ..............
Presidio Trust..........................         33,327          22,427          22,427          23,125         -10,202            +698            +698
                                         ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Title II--Related Agencies.      9,405,566       8,905,511       9,452,292       9,290,352        -115,214        +384,841        -161,940
                                         ===============================================================================================================
                TITLE VII

United Mine Workers of America combined          57,872   ..............  ..............  ..............        -57,872   ..............  ..............
 benefits fund..........................
                                         ===============================================================================================================
      Grand total, Fiscal Year 2001.....     18,778,020      18,072,635      18,863,855      18,663,534        -114,486        +590,899        -200,321
          Appropriations................    (18,778,020)    (16,816,892)    (17,543,855)    (17,343,534)    (-1,434,486)      (+526,642)      (-200,321)
          Conservation..................  ..............     (1,255,743)     (1,320,000)     (1,320,000)    (+1,320,000)       (+64,257)  ..............
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