Breaking Down The 2800-Page, $1.5 Trillion Omnibus Bill 2022

DIVISION A—AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES

DIVISION G—DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS

DIVISION H—DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS

DIVISION J—MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, VETERANS AFFAIRS, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS

DIVISION K—DEPARTMENT OF STATE, FOREIGN OPERATIONS, AND RELATED PROGRAMS APPROPRIATIONS

DIVISION L—TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS

DIVISION V—HAITI DEVELOPMENT, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND INSTITUTIONAL TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE ACT

DIVISION FF—AVAILABILITY OF TRAVEL PROMOTION FUND FOR BRAND USA DIVISION GG—COOPERATIVE PROJECT AGREEMENT

  • $54.7 million for the Secretary of Agriculture

  • $27.2 million for the Office of the Chief Economist

  • $16.1 million for the Office of Hearings and Appeals

  • $11.3 million for the Office of Budget and Program Analysis

  • $84.7 million for the Office of the Chief Information Officer

  • $7.1 million for the Office of the Chief Financial Officer

  • $1.4 million for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights

  • $35.3 million for the Office of Civil Rights (Agriculture)

  • $108.3 million for Agriculture Buildings and Facilities

  • $7.54 million for Hazardous Materials Management

  • $23.3 million for the Office of Safety, Security, and Protection

  • $106.3 million for the Office of the Inspector General (Agriculture)

  • $57.3 million for the Office of the General Counsel (Agriculture)

  • $4.3 million for the Office of ethics

  • $3.3 million for the Office of Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics

  • $87.8 million for the Economic Research Service

  • $190.2 million for the National Agricultural Statistics Service

  • $46.9 million of it for the Census of Agriculture

  • $1.63 billion for Agricultural Research Service Salaries and Expenses

  • $127.8 million for Agricultural Research Service Buildings and Facilities

  • $1.05 billion For Nat. Inst. of Food and Agriculture Research and Education Activities

  • $11.9 million for the Native American Institutions Endowment Fund

  • $550.6 million for Nat. Inst. of Food and Agriculture Extension Activities

  • $40 million for Nat. Inst. of Food and Agriculture Integrated Activities

  • $1.6 million for the Office of Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs

  • $1.11 billion for Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Salaries and Expenses

  • $3.2 million for Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Buildings and Facilities

  • $226.7 million for Agricultural Marketing Services

  • $61.8 million for Agricultural Marketing Services Administrative Expenses

  • $20.8 million for Funds for Strengthening Markets, Income, and Supply

  • $1.2 million for State Marketing Services

  • $55 million for Inspection and Weighing Services Expenses

  • $1.1 million for the Under Secretary for Food Safety

  • $1.1 billion for the Food Safety and Inspection Service

  • $1.7 million for the Under Secretary for Farm Production and Conservation

  • $60.3 million for the Farm Production and Conservation Business Center

  • $1.2 billion for the Farm Service Agency

  • $7 million for State Mediation Grants

  • $6.5 million for the Grassroots Source Water Protection Program

  • $3 million for Geographically Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers

  • $10.8 billion for the Agricultural Credit Insurance Fund Program

  • $3.5 billion for guaranteed farm ownership loans

  • $2.8 billion for farm ownership direct loans

  • $2.2 billion for unsubsidized guaranteed operating loans

  • $1.6 billion for direct operating loans

  • $37 million for emergency loans

  • $150 million for guaranteed conservation loans

  • $61.4 million for relending programs

  • $5 million for Indian highly fractionated land loans

  • $60 million for boll weevil eradication program loans

  • $62 million for direct/guaranteed loans and grants

  • $315 million for administrative expenses

  • $62.7 million for Risk Management Agency Salaries and Expenses

  • $904.4 million for the Natural Resources Conservation Service

  • $5 million for Commodity Credit Corporation losses

  • $15 million for Commodity Credit Corporation Hazardous Waste Management

  • $1.6 million for the Under Secretary for Rural Development

  • $300.3 million for Rural Development salaries and expenses

  • $32 billion for the Rural Housing Insurance Fund Program

  • Including $412,254,000 for administrative expenses

  • $1.45 billion for the Rental Assistance Program

  • $45 million for the Rural Housing Voucher Account

  • $32 million for Mutual and Self-Help Housing Grants

  • $3.9 billion for the Rural Communities Facilities Program

  • $73.1 million for the Rural Business Program

  • $24.9 million for the Intermediary Relending Program

  • Including $4.5 million in administrative costs

  • $50 million for the Rural Economic Development Loans Program

  • $27.6 million for Rural Cooperative Development Grants

  • $150 million for the Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance Program

  • $12.9 million for the Rural Energy For America Program

  • $5 million for the Healthy Food Financing Initiative

  • $1.5 billion for the Rural Water and Waste Disposal Program

  • $8 billion for Rural Electrification and telecommunications loans

  • $6.5 billion for rural direct electric loans

  • $690 million for rural telecommunications loans

  • $2 billion for plants that use carbon subsurface utilization and storage systems

  • $33.3 million for administrative expenses

  • $543 million for the Rural Distance Learning, Telemedicine, and Broadband Program

  • $62.5 million for telemedicine and distance learning services

  • $2.3 million for broadband loans

  • $437 million for the broadband loan and grant pilot program

  • $37 million for “Community Project Funding”

  • $35 million for the Community Connect Grant Program

  • $1.3 million for the Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services

  • $26.9 billion for School Lunches

  • $6 billion for WIC (food stamps designated for women, infants, children)

  • $140.4 billion for 2.5 years of SNAP (food stamps) funding

  • $440 million for the Commodity Assistance Program

  • $170.1 million for Nutrition Programs Administration

  • $908,000 for the Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs

  • $4.8 million for the Office of Codex Alimentarius

  • $228.6 million for Foreign Agricultural Service salaries and expenses

  • $1.7 million for Food for Peace Title II grants

  • $237 million for the International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program

  • $6.1 billion for FDA salaries and expenses

  • $1.2 billion derived from prescription drug user fees

  • $243 million derived from medical device user fees

  • $539 million derived from generic drug user fees

  • $40 million derived from biosimilar biological product user fees

  • $31 million derived from animal drug user fees

  • $712 million from tobacco user fees

  • $12.8 million for FDA buildings and facilities

  • $50 million for the FDA Innovation Account (Cures Act)

  • $320 million for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission

  • $84.2 million for the Farm Credit Administration

  • $3 million for the Protecting Animals With Shelter Program

  • A grant program for assisting the pets of victims of domestic violence victims

  • $1 million for the International Agricultural Education Fellowship Program

  • $2 million for financial/legal assistance in purchasing RHS multi-family housing properties

  • $3 million for the Healthy Fluid Milk Incentives Project

  • A program that encourages food stamp recipients to drink fluid milk

  • $4 million for the Farming Opportunities Training and Outreach Program

  • $2 million for the Dept of Agriculture to improve rural hospital operations

  • $400,000 for Pollinator Protection grants

  • $1 million for data storage services for land-grant universities

  • $24.5 million for the Goodfellow Federal Facility

  • $5 million for a “Farm of the Future” demonstration site

  • $5 million for a National Farm to School Institute in Vermont

  • $4 million for Water Bank Act non-renewable agreements on eligible lands

  • $5 million for mitigation banking of wetlands

  • $500,000 for a working group on deacidifying oceans

  • $3 million for fighting cogongrass

  • $30 million for establishing an Institute for Rural Partnerships

  • $1 million for a Cattle Contracts Library pilot program

  • $10 million for an Institute for Rural Partnership at the University of Vermont

  • $250 million for salaries/offset of losses for Agriculture Quarantine and Inspection Services

  • $570 million for Dept of Commerce International Trade Operations/Administration

  • $141 million for Bureau of Industry and Security Operations/Administration

  • $330 million for the Economic Development Administration grants

  • $43.5 million for the Economic Development Administration salaries/expenses

  • $55 million for the Minority Business Development Agency

  • $18 million of which for overhead expenses

  • $116 million for Economic and Statistical Analysis Salaries and Expenses

  • $300 million for the Bureau of the Census

  • $1.05 billion for Periodic Censuses and Programs

  • $50 million for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration

  • $4.06 billion for the US Patent and Trademark Office

  • $850 million for the National Institute of Standards and Technology Research

  • $174.5 million for NIST Industrial Technology Services

  • $205.6 million for NIST Research Facilities Construction

  • $4.2 billion for NOAA Operations, Research, Facilities

  • $1.7 billion for NOAA Procurement, Acquisition, and Construction

  • $65 million for Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery

  • $349,000 for the Fisherman’s Contingency Fund

  • $24 million for the Fisheries Finance Program Account

  • $80 million for Dept of Commerce Management Salaries and Expenses

  • $1.1 million for renovating the Herbert C. Hoover building

  • $35.8 million for the Dept of Commerce Inspector General

  • $127.8 million for DOJ salaries/expenses

  • $38 million for DOJ Justice Information Sharing Technology

  • $760 million for the Executive Office for Immigration Review

  • $118 million for the DOJ Inspector General

  • $14.2 million for US Parole Commision salaries/expenses

  • $1 billion for DOJ Legal Activites salaries/expenses

  • Such sums as may be necessary for the Civil Rights Division election monitoring program

  • $19 million for cases under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act

  • $192.8 million for Antitrust Division salaries/expenses

  • $2.4 billion for United States Attorneys salaries/expenses

  • $239 million for the United States Trustee System Fund

  • $2.4 million for Foreign Claims Settlement Commision salaries/expenses

  • $270 million for Fees and Expenses of witnesses

  • $21 million for Community Relations Service salaries/expenses

  • $20.5 million for the Assets Forfeiture Fund

  • $1.6 billion for the US Marshals salaries/expenses

  • $15 million for US Marshals construction costs

  • $2.1 billion for Federal Prisoner Detention

  • $120.7 million for National Security Division salaries/expenses

  • $550.5 million for Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement

  • $10.1 billion for FBI salaries/expenses

  • $632 million for FBI construction activities

  • $2.4 billion for DEA salaries/expenses

  • $1.5 billion for ATF salaries/expenses

  • $7.9 billion for the Federal Prison System

  • $235 million for Federal Prison System buildings and facilities

  • $575 million for Violence Against Women Prevention and Prosecution Programs

  • Including $11 million for a “restorative justice” grant program for domestic violence and sexual assault

  • $10 million for “culturally specific” services to victims

  • $70 million for Office of Justice Programs research/statistics programs

  • $674.5 million for Edward Byrne Assistance Grants (state/local LEO grants)

  • $13 million for VALOR grants

  • $2.4 million for the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System

  • $10 million for training state/local LEOs to respond to persons with mental illness/disabilities

  • $4 million for student loan reimbursement

  • $15.5 million for Prison Rape prevention

  • $3 million for the Missing Americans Alert Program

  • $20 million for Project Safe Neighborhoods grants

  • $12 million for the Capital Litigation Improvement Grant program

  • $3 million for a national center on restorative justice

  • $3.5 million for a grant program to replicate family-based alternative sentencing pilot programs

  • $2 million to support child advocacy training in post-secondary education

  • $8 million for the rural violent crime initiative

  • $5 million for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains Act grants

  • $1.5 millionfor university forensic ballistics programs

  • $4 million for a drug data research center to combat opiod abuse

  • $185 million for grants to improve the functioning of the criminal justice system

  • $234 million for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program

  • $88 million for victims of trafficking services

  • $12 million to prevent white collar crime

  • $20 million for sex offender management

  • $30 million for bulletproof vests for state/local LEOs

  • $1 million for the National Sex Offender Public Website

  • $95 million for states to update NICS system data

  • $33 million for Forensic Science Improvement grants

  • $151 million for DNA-related and forensic programs

  • $50 million for community-based grants to improve sexual assault response

  • $14 million for the court-appointed special advocate program

  • $50 million for assistance to Indian tribes (LEO grants)

  • $115 million for offender reentry programs and research

  • $8 million to improve state/local/Tribal parole supervision

  • $5 million for children of incarcerated parents demonstration programs

  • $5 million for Project HOPE Opportunity probation programs

  • $10 million for crisis stabilization and community reentry grant programs

  • $415 million for comprehensive opioid abuse reduction activities

  • $82 million for STOP School Violence Act grants

  • $13 million for grants for hate crime educational outreach and training

  • $5 million for grants to support community-based approaches to advancing justice and reconciliation

  • $120 million for initiatives to improve police-community relations

  • With $25 million for body cams

  • $511.7 million for Community-Oriented Policing Services Programs

  • $50,000 for Attorney General reception and representation expenses

  • $6.7 million for the Office of Science and Technology policy

  • $2 million for the National Space Council expenses

  • The council is headed by Kamala Harris

  • $7.6 billion for NASA science research/expenses

  • $881 million for NASA aeronautics expenses

  • $1.1 billion for NASA Space technology expenses

  • $6.8 billion for NASA exploration expenses

  • $6.8 billion for NASA exploration expenses

  • $4 billion for NASA Space operations

  • $26 million for NASA STEM engagement activities

  • $3 billion for NASA safety, security, and mission services

  • $410 million for NASA construction, environmental compliance, and restoration

  • $7.2 billion for National Science Foundation research/related activities

  • $249 million for NSF Major research equipment and facilities

  • $1 billion for NSF Education and human resources expenses

  • $400 million for NSF agency operations and awards management

  • $4.6 million for National Science Board expenses

  • $19 million for the NSF Inspector General

  • $13 million for the Commission on Civil Rights salaries and expenses

  • Including $1 million for the Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Black Boys

  • $420 million for Equal Opportunity Commission salaries/expenses

  • “the Chair may accept and use any gift or donation to carry out the work of the Commission”

  • $110 million for International Trade Commission salaries/expenses

  • $489 million for the Legal Services Corporation

  • $4.2 million for the Marine Mammal Commission

  • $56 million for the Office of the US Trade Representative salaries/expenses

  • $15 million for the Trade Enforcement Trust Fund

  • $7.2 million for State Justice Institute salaries/expenses

  • $2 million for the Commission on the State of US Olympics and Paralympics

  • $3.9 billion for Department of Labor Training and Employment Services

  • Programs authorized by the Workforce Innnovation and Opportunity Act include:

  • $2.9 billion for grants to states for adult employment and training activities

  •  – $870 million for adult employment and training activities

  •  – $933 million for youth activities

  •  – $1 billion for dislocated worker employment and training activities

  • $1 billion for national programs

  •  – $300.9 million for the dislocated workers assistance national reserve

  •  – $99 million for YouthBuild activities

  •  – $102 million for ex-offender activities

  •  – $6 million for the Workforce Data Quality Initiative

  •  – $235 million toexpand opportunities through apprenticeships

  •  – $138 million for Demonstration and Pilot projects

  • $1.7 billion for the Job Corps

  • $405 million for Community Service Employment for older Americans

  • $540 million for Federal Unemployment Benefits and Allowances

  • $3.6 billion for State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service operations

  • $113 million for administration of employment and training programs

  • $473 million for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation fund

  • $251 million for the Wage and Hour Division

  • $45.9 million for the Office of Labor Management Standards

  • $108.4 million for the Office of Federal Contract Compliance

  • $117.9 million for the Office of Workers Compensation Programs

  • $244 million for special benefits

  • $33 million for special benefits for disabled coal miners

  • $63.4 million for Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Fund administrative expenses

  • $41.5 million for the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund

  • $612 million for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

  • $612 million for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

  • $383.8 million for the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

  • $28.5 million for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

  • $40.5 million for the Office of Disability Employment Policy

  • $367 million for Department of Labor departmental management

  • $264.8 million for Veterans’ Employment and Training

  • $85.2 million for the DOL Office of Inspector General

  • H-2B visa flexibility for the seafood industry

  • Armed security detail for the Secretary of Labor

  • The security detail is authorized to make arrests and perform proactive investigations

  • $1.75 billion for HHS Health Resources and Services Administration primary health care

  • $1.3 billion for HHS Health Resources and Services Administration health workforce expenses

  • $1 billion for maternal and child health programs

  • $2.5 billion for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

  • $133 million for PHS Act health care systems expenses

  • $366 million for PHS Act rural health programs

  • $286 million for Title X “Family planning” grants

  • These funds were restricted from going to Planned Parenthood by President Trump, but the Biden administration rolled back those restrictions

  • $1.2 billion for HHS Health Resources and Services Administration program management

  • $13.2 million for the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program Trust Fund

  • $5 million for the Covered Countermeasures Process Fund

  • $449 million for CDC immunization and respiratory diseases program expenses

  • For carrying out titles II, III, XVII, and XXI, and section 2821 of the PHS Act, titles II and IV of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and section 501 of the Refugee Education Assistance Act, with respect to immunization and respiratory diseases

  • $1.35 million for CDC HIV/AIDS, Viral hepatitis, STD, and tuberculosis prevention programs

  • $641 million for CDC Emerging Zoonotic Infectious Diseases programs

  • $1 billion for CDC Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

  • $177 million for CDC birth defects, developmental disabilities, disabilities and health programs

  • $652 million for CDC Public Health Scientific Services

  • $209.9 million for CDC Environmental Health programs

  • $715 million for CDC Injury Prevention and Control programs

  • $351.8 million for National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health PHS Act health programs

  • $55.4 million for the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program

  • $647 million for CDC global health programs

  • $862 million for CDC public health and preparedness programs

  • $30 million for CDC buildings and facilities

  • $333.6 million for CDC-wide activities and program support

  • $6.7 billion for the NIH National Cancer Institute

  • $3.8 billion for the NIH National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

  • $501 million for the NIH Institute of Dental and Cranofacial research

  • $2.2 billion for the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

  • $2.54 billion for the NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

  • $6.32 billion for the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

  • $3.1 billion for the NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences

  • $1.68 billion for the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

  • $864 million for the National Eye Institute

  • $842 million for the National Institute of Environmental Sciences

  • $4.2 billion for the National Institute on Aging

  • $656 million for the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases

  • $514.8 million for the National Institute on Deafness and other communication disorders

  • $180.9 million for the National Institute of Nursing Research

  • $573.7 million for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

  • $1.6 billion for the National Institute on Drug Abuse

  • $2.1 billion for the National Institute of Mental Health

  • $639 million for the National Human Genome Research Institute

  • $424.6 million for the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

  • $159.4 million for the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

  • $459 million for the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities

  • $86.9 million for the John E. Fogarty International Center

  • $479.4 million for the National Library of Medicine

  • $882.3 million for the National Center for Advancing translational sciences

  • $2.6 billion for the NIH Office of the Director

  • $2.6 billion for NIH Buildings and facilities

  • $496 million for the NIH Innovation account, Cures Act

  • $2 billion for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (Mental Health)

  • $3.9 billion for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (Substance Abuse Treatment)

  • $218.2 million for Substance Abuse Prevention

  • $260.2 million for Health Surveillance and Program Support

  • $350.4 million for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

  • $368.7 million for grants to states for medicaid

  • $487.9 million for the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund and Federal Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund

  • $3.7 billion for HHS Program Management

  • $873 million for the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Account

  • $2.8 billion for the Administration for Children and Families

  • $3.8 billion for low income home energy assistance

  • $4.8 billion for Refugee and Entrant Assistance

  • $6.2 billion for payments to states for the child care and development block grant

  • $1.7 billion for the Social Services block grant

  • $13.4 billion for children and families services programs

  • $82.5 million for Promoting Safe and Stable Families

  • $7 billion for payments for foster care and permanency

  • $2.3 billion for Aging and Disability Service programs

  • $506 million for HHS general departmental management

  • $196 million for Medicare hearings and appeals

  • $64.3 million for Office of National Coordinator for Health internet technology expenses

  • $82.4 million for the HHS Inspector General

  • $39.8 million for the HHS Office for Civil Rights

  • $1.3 billion for the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund

  • $1 billion for the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health

  • $18.2 billion for Department of Education education for the disadvantaged programs

  • $1.6 billion for Department of Education Impact Aid programs

  • $5.6 billion for Department of Education School Improvement programs

  • $189 million for Department of Education Indian Education programs

  • $1.2 billion for Department of Education Innovation and Improvement programs

  • $361 million for Safe Schools and Citizenship Education

  • $831.4 million for English Language Acquisition

  • $14.5 billion for Special Education

  • $3.9 billion for Rehabilitation Services

  • $40.4 million for the American Printing House for the Blind

  • $88.5 million for the National Institute for the Deaf

  • $146.4 million for Gallaudet University

  • $2 billion for Career, Technical, and Adult Education

  • $24.6 billion for Student Financial Assistance

  • $2 billion for Student Aid Administration

  • $3 billion for Higher Education assistance

  • $344 million for Howard University

  • $435,000 for the College Housing and Academic Facilities Loans Program

  • $274 million for the Historically Black College and University Capital Financing Program Account

  • $737 million for the Institute of Education Sciences

  • $395 million for Dept of Education Departmental Management

  • $135.5 million for Dept of Education Office for Civil Rights

  • $135.5 million for Dept of Education Office for Civil Rights

  • $64 million for Dept of Education Inspector General

  • $25 million for Student Loan Cancellation

  • $140.5 million for Community Project Funding/Congressionally Directed Spending

  • $11 million for Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled salaries/expenses

  • $865 million for the Corporation for National and Community Service operating expenses

  • $190 million for the Corporation for National and Community Service National Service Trust

  • $88 million for the Corporation for National and Community Service salaries/expenses

  • $6.6 million for the Corporation for National and Community Service Inspector General

  • $525 million for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

  • $50 million for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service salaries/expenses

  • $17.5 million for the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission

  • $268 million for the Office of Museum and Library Services

  • $9 million for the Medicaid and Chip Payment and Access Commission salaries/expenses

  • $3.5 million for National Council on Disability salaries/expenses

  • $274.2 million for National Labor Relations Board salaries/expenses

  • $14.7 million for National Mediation Board salaries/expenses

  • $13.6 million for Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission salaries/expenses

  • $11 million for Railroad Retirement Board Dual Benefits Payments Account

  • $124 million for Railroad Retirement Board administration expenses

  • $12.7 million for the Railroad Retirement Board Inspector General

  • $11 million for Social Security Administration Payments to Social Security Trust Funds

  • $46 billion for Social Security Administration Supplemental Security Income Program

  • $31 million for the Social Security Administration Inspector General

  • $360,000 for Expense allowances for Senate Leadership

  • $20,000 for the Vice President

  • $40,000 for the President Pro-Tempore of the Senate

  • $40,000 for the Senate Majority Leader

  • $10,000 for the Senate Majority Whip

  • $10,000 for the Senate Minority Whip

  • $15,000 for Senate President Pro Tempore Emeritus

  • $5,000 for each Chairman ($195,000 total), $5,000 for Chairmen of Minority/Majority Conference Committees

  • $30,000 for representation allowances of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate

  • $239 million for Senate salaries, officers, and employees:

  • $343,000 for Office of Vice President

  • $796,000 for the Office of President Pro-Tempore 

  • $343,000 for Office of President Pro Tempore Emeritus

  • $5,906,000 for Offices of Majority and Minority Leaders

  • $3,774,000 for Offices of the Majority and Minority Leaders

  • $16,900,000 for Committee on Appropriations 

  • $1,813,000 for Conference of Majority and Conference of Minority ($3.6 million total)

  • $900,000 for Offices of the Secretaries of the Conference of the Majority and Conference of the Minority

  • $1,852,000 for Majority and Minority Policy Committees ($3.7 million total)

  • $562,000 for the Office of the Chaplain

  • $28,091,000 for the Office of the Secretary

  • $98,563,000 Office of the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper

  • $2,038,000 for the Offices of the Secretaries for the Majority and Minority

  • $7.4 million for the Office of the Legislative Counsel of the Senate

  • $1.3 million for the Office of Senate Legal Counsel

  • $30,000 for select expense allowances

  • $7,500 each for the Secretary of the Senate, Senate Sergeant at Arms, Doorkeeper of the Senate, and Secretaries for the Majority/Minority

  • $136.6 million for Senate Inquiries and Investigations

  • $530,000 for the US Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control

  • $23 million for the Secretary of the Senate expenses

  • $152 million for Senate Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper expenses

  • $25 million for the Sergeant at Arms Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Fund

  • $23 million for Senate “miscellaneous items”

  • $486.2 million for the Senators’ Official Personnel and Office Expense Account

  • $300,000 for Official Mail Costs

  • $75,000 Increase for Senators’ Personnel and Office Expense Accounts

  • $174,000 Death Gratuity to Rep. Jim Hagedorn’s benificiary

  • $1.7 billion for House of Representatives salaries and expenses

  • A. $34,949,640 for House Leadership Offices, including:

  •     – $10,036,950 for Office of the Speaker, $35,000 expense account for the speaker

  •     – $3,565,870 for the Office of the Majoroity Floor Leader

  •     – $10,036,950 for the Office of the Minority Floor Leader

  •     – $2,962,080 for the Office of the Majority Whip

  •     – $2,684,990 for the Office of the Minority Whip

  •     – $2,831,400 for the Republican Conference

  •     – $2,831,400 for the Democratic Caucus

  • B. $774,400,000 for Members’ Clerk Hire, official expenses, and official mail

  • C. $15,435,000 for Compensation of Interns in Member Offices

  • D. $438,000 for Compensation of Interns in House Leadership Offices

  • E. $1,943,910 for Compensation of Interns in Standing, Special, and Select Committee Offices

  • F. $345,584 for Compensation of Interns in House Appropriations Committee Offices 

  • G. $167,101,000 for Standing, Select, and Special Committee Employees

  • H. $29,917,250 for Committee on Appropriations

  • I. $288,480,800 for compensation of officers and employees

  • J. 399,984,861 for various House Allowances and Expenses

  • $2 billion for the House Modernization Initiatives Account

  • $4.3 million for the Joint Economic Committee

  • $12.4 million for the Joint Committee on Taxation

  • $4 million for the Office of the Attending Physician

  • $1.6 million for the Office of Congressional Accessibility Services

  • $468.9 million for Capitol Police salaries

  • $134 million for Capitol Police general expenses

  • $7.5 million for Office of Congressional Workplace Rights salaries/expenses

  • $61 million for Congressional Budget Office salaries/expenses

  • $139 million for the Architect of the Capitol salaries/expenses

  • $42.6 million for Capitol Building maintenance, care, and operation

  • $15.2 million for Capitol Grounds care and improvement

  • $82 million for Senate Office buildings maintenance, care, and operations

  • $212.4 million for House office buildings maintenance, care, and operations

  • $114.5 million for Capitol Power Plant Expenses

  • $64.5 million for Library Buildings and Grounds

  • $62.4 million for Capitol Police Buildings, Grounds, and Security

  • $24.5 million for Botanic Garden expenses

  • $25.6 million for the Capitol Visitor Center

  • $550.6 million for Library of Congress salaries/expenses

  • $98 million for Copyright Office salaries/expenses

  • $129 million for Congressional Research Service salaries/expenses

  • $61.2 million for National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled

  • $78.8 million for the Government Publishing Office

  • $34 million for Public Information Programs of the Superintendent of Documents

  • $11.3 million for the Government Publishing Office Business Operations Revolving Fund

  • $719.2 million for the Government Accountability Office salaries/expenses

  • $6 million for the Congressional Office for International Leadership Fund

  • $430,000 for the John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development

  • $5 million for Capitol Complex COVID-19 response

  • Senate Staff Compensation increase from $173,900 to $199,300

  • Plaque to honor LEO’s responding on January 6

  • $9.2 billion for Department of State Administration of Foreign Affairs Diplomatic Programs

  • $300 million for Department of State Administration of Foreign Affairs Capital Investment Fund

  • $13.7 million for Dept of State Admin of Foreign Affairs Inspector General

  • $13.7 million for Department of State Educational and Cultural Exchange Programs

  • $7.4 million for Department of State Representation Expenses

  • $30.8 million for Department of State Protection of Foreign Missions and Officials

  • $1.1 billion for Department of State Embassy Security, Construction, and maintenance

  • $7.9 million for Department of State Emergencies in the Diplomatic and Consular Service

  • $1.3 million for Department of State Repatriation Loans Program Account

  • $32.6 million for the American Institute in Tiawan

  • $32.6 million for the International Center in DC

  • $158.9 million for the Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund

  • $1.7 billion for International Organizations (United Nations)

  • $1.5 billion for International Peacekeeping Activities (United Nations)

  • $52 million for International Commissions salaries/expenses

  • $52 million for International Commissions construction expenses

  • $15 million for International Commissions (American Section)

  • $62.8 million for International Fisheries Commissions

  • $850.3 million for the US Agency for Global Media International Broadcasting Operations

  • $9.7 million for US Agency for Global Media broadcasting capital improvements

  • $21.5 million for the Asia Foundation

  • $54 million for the US Institute of Peace

  • $19.7 million for the East-West Center

  • $315 million for the National Endowment for Democracy

  • $642,000 for the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad

  • $4.5 million for the US Commission on International Religious Freedom

  • $2.9 million for the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

  • $2.25 million for the Congressional-Executive Commission on China

  • $1.6 billion for the US Agency for International Development

  • $1.6 billion for the US Agency for International Development capital investment fund

  • $1.6 billion for the US Agency for International Development Inspector General

  • $3.9 billion for USAID global health programs

  • $4.1 billion for USAID international development assistance

  • $3.9 billion for USAID international disaster assistance

  • $80 million for USAID Transition initiatives

  • $60 million for the USAID complex crises fund

  • $4.1 billion for the Economic Support Fund (foreign assistance)

  • $215.5 million for the Democracy Fund (foreign assistance)

  • $500 million for Assistance for Europe, Eurasia, and Central Asia

  • $2.9 billion for Dept of State Migration and Refugee Assistance –  Additional $100,000 for Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance

  • $410.5 million for the Peace Corps

  • $912 million for the Millennium Challenge Corporation

  • $42 million for the Inter-American Foundation

  • $40 million for the US African Development Foundation

  • $38 million for Dept of the Treasury International Affairs Technical Assistance

  • $38 million for Dept of the Treasury International Debt Restructuring

  • $15 million for International Tropical Forest and Coral Reef Conservation

  • $1.4 billion for International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement

  • $900 million for Nonproliferation, Anti-terrorism, Demining and related programs

  • $455 million for international Peacekeeping operations

  • $6 billion for International Military Education and Training

  • $6 billion for the Foreign Military Financing Program

  • $423 million for Internation Organizations and Programs

  • $149 million for the Global Environment Facility

  • $125 million for the Clean Technology Fund

  • $206.5 million for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

  • $1 billion for the International Development Association

  • $53.3 million for the Asian Development Fund

  • $54.6 million for the African Development Bank

  • $211.3 million for the African Development Fund

  • $43 million for the International Fund for Agricultural Development

  • $5 million for the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program

  • $102 million for the International Monetary Fund Facilities and Trust Fund

  • $1.4 billion in callable stocks in the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development without fiscal year limitation

  • $856 million in callable stocks in the African Development Bank without fiscal year limitation

  • Export-Import Bank Reauthorization – $114 million in administrative expenses, $5 million for program budget appropriations

  • US International Development Finance Corporation Reauthorization – $198 million in administrative expenses, 500 million for program budget appropriations, $2.8 million for the Inspector General

  • $79.5 million for the Trade and Development Agency

  • $15 million for Disability Rights organizations in developing countries – Funds to be drawn from USAID Development Assistance 

  • $2.6 billion for “Democracy Programs” abroad – Funds to be drawn from USAID “Development assistance”, “Economic Support Fund, Assistance for Europe, Eurasia, and Central Asia”, and “International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement” programs, $102 million of funds designated for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (Dept of State)

  • $30 million for protection of civil society activists and journalists

  • $20 million for International Freedom of Expression and Independent Media programs

  • $900 million for the Special Defense Acquisition Fund

  • $1.4 billion in assistance to Egypt – $1.3 billion in military assistance, $40 million for higher education programs, $15 million for scholarships

  • $3.3 billion in military assistance to Israel

  • $1.65 billion in assistance to Jordan

  • $3 million for a Special Criminal Court in the Central African Republic

  • $325 million for Central African Republic Ebola assistance

  • $538 million for assistance to areas of Mozambique affected by violent extremism

  • $136 million fir assistance to Burma for promoting tolerance, unity, and accountability

  • $82.5 million in assistance to Cambodia

  • $1.6 billion for the Indo-Pacific Strategy and the Asia Reassurance Initiative – Additional $300 million for the Countering PRC Influence Fund

  • $85 million for Laos, with $1.5 million for health and disability programs

  • $18 million for programs for Tibetan communities

  • $52 million in assistance for Vietnam

  • Continued assistance for the American University of Afghanistan

  • $56.8 million in assistance to Bangladesh

  • Including $23 million for “democracy programs”

  • $61.5 million for anti-corruption activities in Central America

  • $100 million for locally-led development in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras

  • $471 million for assistance to Colombia

  • $40 million for enhancing security in coca-producing municipalities

  • $15 million for “democracy programs” in Nicaragua

  • $80 million for the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative

  • $40 million for “democracy programs” in Venezuela

  • $132 million in assistance for Georgia

  • $20 million for “democracy programs” in Russia and other countries

  • $77.5 million for programs promoting global internet freedom

  • $10 million for the Marla Ruzicka Fund for Innocent Victims of Conflict

  • $32.5 million for the United National Population Fund

  • $575 million for global “family planning/reproductive health”

  • $200 million for the Gender Equity and Equality Action Fund

  • $50 million for global Women’s Leadership programs

  • $135 million for Women, Peace, and Security programs

  • $1.4 billion for global basic education and higher education assistance

  • $1 billion for global food security and agricultural development programs

  • $265 million in global grants to micro, small, and medium size business (especially those that benefit poor women)

  • $106 million to combat trafficking of persons in Europe/Asia

  • $25 million for USAID “Reconciliation programs”

  • $475 million for global water and sanitation programs ($17 million for safe latrines)

  • $385 million for global biodiversity conservation programs

  • $125 million to combat transnational wildlife poaching and trafficking

  • $185 million for global sustainable landscapes programs

  • $270 million for global “adaptation programs”

  • $260 million for clean energy programs in Africa

  • $50 million for addressing global ocean plastic pollution

  • $20 million to support global civil society advocacy organizations

  • $125 million for the Global Fragility Act Prevention and Stabilization Fund

  • $10 million for Transnational Justice programs

  • Division L: Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies

  • $141.5 million for Department of Transportation Office of the Secretary salaries/expenses

  • $51.4 million for Department of Transportation research and technology

  • $775 million for Department of Transportation local and regional project assistance grants

  • $25 million for the Thriving Communities Initiative

  • $3.8 million for the National Surface Transportation and Innovative Finance Bureau

  • $5 million for upgrading and enhancing Department of Transportation financial systems

  • $39.4 million for Department of Transportation cybersecurity initiatives

  • $11.6 million for Department of Transportation Office of Civil Rights

  • $29.9 million for Department of Transportation planning, research, and development

  • $419 million for Department of Transportation Working Capital Fund

  • $5 million for Department of Transportation Small and Disadvantaged Business utilization and outreach

  • $350 million for payments to air carriers

  • $10 million for the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing

  • $11.4 billion for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

  • $1.5 billion for aviation safety activities

  • $8.5 billion for air traffic organiation activations

  • $32.5 million for commercial space transportation activities

  • $889 million for finance and management activities

  • $64 million for NextGen and operations planning activities

  • $139.5 million for security and hazardous materials safety

  • $280 million for staff offices

  • $178 million for current air traffic control towers

  • $2.9 billion for FAA facilities and equipment

  • $249 million for FAA research, engineering, and development

  • $3.35 billion for grants-in-aid for airports

  • $464 million for administration expenses for the Federal Highway Administration

  • $57.5 billion for implementation/execution of Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs

  • $58 billion for payment of Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction program obligations

  • $2.4 billion for Highway Infrastructure Programs

  • $360 million for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration operations and programs

  • $496 million for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration safety grants

  • $496 million for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration safety grants

  • $200 million for National Highway Traffic Safety Administration operations and research

  • $192.8 million for National Highway Traffic Safety Administration other operations and research programs

  • $774 million for Highway Traffic Safety grants

  • $240.8 million for Federal Railroad Administration safety and operations

  • $43 million for Federal Railroad Administration research and development

  • $100 million for Federal-state partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail grants

  • $625 million for Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety improvements

  • $150 million for supporting new intercity passenger rail service

  • $25 million for projects to reduce pedestrian casualties

  • $120.9 million for community project funding

  • $5 million for magnetic levitation transportation projects

  • $874.5 million for Northeast Corridor Grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation

  • $1.5 billion for National Network Grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation

  • $13.4 billion for Federal Transit Administration Transit Formula Grants

  • $504.3 million for Transit Infrastructure grants

  • $175 million for buses and bus facilities

  • $75 million for low or no emission grants

  • $6.5 million for ferry boat grants, with $3 million for low or no emission ferry boats

  • $2 million for operation and testing of bus facilities

  • $1 million demonstration and deployments of innovative mobility solutions

  • $1 million for accelerating innovative mobility initiatives

  • $20 million for grants to historically disadvantaged communities

  • $10 million for zero emissions research and development

  • $200.8 million community project funding

  • $13 million for rural ferry service

  • $7.5 million for FTA technical assistance and training

  • $2.2 billion for FTA fixed guideway capital investment grants

  • $150 million for grants to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

  • $38 million for the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation

  • $1.25 billion for the Maritime Administration

  • $278 million for the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

  • $103 million for the Department of Transportation Inspector General

  • $15.2 million for Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Executive offices

  • $607 million for Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administrative support offices

  • $966 million for Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Program Offices

  • $4 billion for Tenant-based rental assistance

  • $8.5 billion for operation and management of public housing

  • $350 million for the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative

  • $159 million for Self-Sufficiency Programs

  • $1 billion for HUD Native American Programs

  • $3 million for HUD Indian Housing Loan Guarantee Fund Program Account

  • $22 million for the Native Hawaiian Housing block grant program

  • $450 million for Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS

  • $4.8 billion for Community Development Fund assistance for state and local government

  • $300 million for the Community Development Loan Guarantees Program Account

  • $1.5 billion for the HOME Investment Partnerships program

  • $62.5 million for the Self-Help and Assisted Homeownership Opportunity Program

  • $3.2 billion for Homeless Assistance Grants

  • $13.5 billion for Project-based rental assistance

  • $1 billion for Housing for the Elderly

  • $352 million for Housing for Persons with Disabilities

  • $57.5 million for Housing Counseling Assistance

  • $14 million for the Manufactured Housing Fees Trust Fund

  • $400 million for the Federal Housing Administration Mutual Mortgage Program Account

  • $30 million for the Federal Housing Administration General and Special Risk Program Account

  • $125 million for HUD research and studies on housing and urban problems

  • $85 million for Fair Housing Activities

  • $415 million for the Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes

  • $323 million for the HUD information technology fund

  • $140 million for the HUD Inspector General

  • $9.8 million for Access Board salaries/expenses

  • $33 million for Federal Maritime Commission salaries/expenses

  • $26 million for National Railroad Passenger Corporation Inspector General

  • $121 million for National Transportation Safety Board salaries/expenses

  • $163 million for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation

  • $3.8 million for the US Interagency Council on Homelessness

  • Division N: Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act

  • $100 million for additional Food for Peace grants

  • $22 million for Bureau of Industry and Security response to Ukraine

  • $9.7 million for Department of Justice Ukraine response salaries/expenses

  • $5 million in Ukraine response funding for US Attorneys

  • $1.1 million in additional funding for National Security Division salaries/expenses for Ukraine response

  • $43.6 million in addition Ukraine response funding for the Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • $130 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Army personnel

  • $11.6 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Navy personnel

  • $3 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Marine Corps personnel

  • $50.4 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Air Force personnel

  • $1.1 billion in additional Ukraine response funding for Army operations and maintenance

  • $203 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Navy operations and maintenance

  • $21 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Marine Corps operations and maintenance

  • $415 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Air Force operations and maintenance

  • $800,000 in additional Ukraine response funding for Space Force operations and maintenance

  • $311.6 million in additional Ukraine response funding for Defense-wide operations and maintenance

  • $213.7 million in additional Ukraine response Air Force procurement

  • $14.3 million in additional Ukraine response Defense-wide procurement

  • $31 million in additional Ukraine response Navy research, development, test, and evaluation funding

  • $47.5 million in additional Ukraine response Air Force research, development, test, and evaluation funding

  • $51.7 million in additional Ukraine response Defense-wide research, development, test, and evaluation funding

  • $409 million in C

  • $409 million for Defense Working Capital funds, for Ukraine response

  • Additional $3.5 billion for Defense-wide operations and maintenance, for Ukraine response

  • $30 million for Department of Energy departmental administration funding to respond to Ukraine

  • $17 million for Treasury Department salaries/expenses to respond to Ukraine

  • $25 million for Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence salaries/expenses to respond to Ukraine

  • $19 million for Financial Crimes Enforcement Network salaries/expenses to respond to Ukraine

  • Additional $125 million for Department of State Diplomatic Programs to respond to Ukraine

  • Additional $4 million for Department of State Inspector General to respond to Ukraine

  • Additional $25 million for US Agency for Global Media International Broadcasting operations to respond to Ukraine

  • Additional $25 million for President Biden’s Operating Expenses to respond to Ukraine – Additional $4 million for the USAID inspector general

  • Additional $2.65 billion in International Disaster Assistance Funding appropriated to President Biden

  • $120 million for Transition Initiatives appropriated to President Biden for response to Ukraine

  • Additional $647 million for the Economic Support Fund for response to Ukraine

  • Additional $1.1 billion for Assistance for Europe, Eurasia, and Central Asia for response to Ukraine

  • $1.4 billion for Migration and Refugee Assistance for Ukraine refugees and “other vulnerable populations”

  • Additional $30 million for Department of State International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement programs to respond to Ukraine

  • Additional $650 million in Foreign Military Financing funds appropriated to the President

  • Additional $1 billion in arms export funds appropriated to the President

  • $4 billion in Arms Export funding for Ukraine and NATO

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