Special Report: California Aspects of FY 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Continuing Resolution: March 13, 2008


Congress Approves FY09 Omnibus Appropriations

By a vote of 245-178, the House on Wednesday, February 25, 2009, passed the FY09 omnibus appropriations bill (H.R.1105). The bill includes the nine appropriations bills that were not finalized in 2008 (all but Defense and Homeland Security). The $410 billion package was then considered by the Senate over the first two weeks of March. On March 10, 2009, the Senate passed the bill by voice vote shortly after voting, 62-35, to invoke cloture on the bill. During its consideration of the bill, the Senate leadership was able to hold off numerous efforts to amend the bill, thus eliminating the need for a conference with the House. President Barack Obama, despite concerns over the $7.7 billion in congressionally-designated or congressional-directed projects (more commonly known as "earmarks") contained in the bill, signed it into law on Wednesday, March 11th.

The highlights out some of the major provisions of the bill, including many from a California perspective.

Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration

Agriculture Programs

Administration

This Bill provides:

$5,174,000 for the Office of the Secretary

$10,651,000 for the Office of the Chief Economist

$14,711,000 for the National Appeals Division

$9,054,000 for the Office of Budget and Program Analysis

$974,000 for the Office of Homeland Security

$17,527,000 for the Office of the Chief Information Officer

$5,954,000 for the Office of the Chief Financial Officer

$871,000 for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights

$21,551,000 for the Office of Civil Rights

$687,000 for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration

$737,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs

$86,711,000 for the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), Marketing Services

$27,011,000 for Departmental Administration

$3,877,000 for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations

$9,514,000 for the Office of Communications

$85,766,000 for the Office of Inspector General

$41,620,000 for the Office of the General Counsel (OGC)

$609,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Research, Education and Economics

$79,500,000 for the Economic Research Service (ERS)

$151,565,000 for the National Agricultural Statistics Service

$2,450,000 to carry out the Fruit Chemical Use Data study

$1,140,406,000 for the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Salaries and Expenses

$876,675,000 for the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Salaries and Expenses

$40,342,000 for the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA), Salaries and Expenses

$613,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Food Safety

$1,170,273,000 for the Farm Service Agency, Salaries and Expenses

$77,177,000 for the Risk Management Agency

Buildings, Facilities and Rental Payments

This Bill provides:

$244,244,000 for agriculture buildings and facilities and rental payments

$1,968,000 for repairs and maintenance projects

$2,400,000 for increased utility costs

$1,900,000 for increased contract support costs

$1,764,000 for life safety and security support

$46,752,000 for the Agricultural Research Service, Buildings and Facilities

$4,712,000 for Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Buildings and Facilities

Programs

This Bill provides:

$5,100,000 for hazardous materials management

$3,867,000 for the National Organic Program

Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service

The bill provides:

$691,043,000 for research and education activities, including $100,400,000 for special research grants

$1,139,000 for the Food and Agriculture Policy Institute

$419,900,000 for Section 406 Legislative Authority (includes water quality, food safety, regional pest management, etc.)

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

This Bill includes:

$159,945 thousand for Pest and Disease exclusions

$255,730 thousand for Plant & Animal Health Monitoring

$345,020 thousand for Pest and Disease Management

$22,021thousand for Animal Care

$83,751 thousand for Scientific and Technical Services

Food Safety and Inspection Services

This Bill includes:

$971,566,000 for the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)

Farm Services Agency

This Bill provides:

$4,369,000 for State Mediation Grants

$5,000,000 for the Grassroots Source Water Protection Program

($3,940,000) for Indian Tribe Land Acquisition, Subsidy 248,000

($100,000,000) Boll Weevil Eradication

Through the Agricultural Credit Insurance Fund Program Account, this Bill provides:

Farm Ownership Loans

Direct: ($222,298,000)

Guaranteed: (1,238,768,000)

Subsidy: 4,088,000

Farm Operating Loans:

Direct: ($575,095,000)

Subsidy: 67,804,000

Unsubsidized Guaranteed (1,017,497,000)

Subsidy: 25,336,000

Subsidized Guaranteed: (269,986,000)

Subsidy: 37,231,000

Corporations

This bill provides:

An appropriation of such sums as may be necessary for the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation Fund

An appropriation of such sums as may be necessary for Reimbursement for Net Realized Losses of the Commodity Credit Corporation

Conservation Programs

This Bill provides:

$758,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment

$853,400,000 for Conservation Operations

$24,289,000 for Watershed and Flood Prevention Operations

$40,000,000 for the Watershed Rehabilitation Program

Rural Development Programs

This Bill Includes:

$646,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Rural Development

$200,951 ,000 for activities under the Rural Housing Insurance Fund Program, and an estimated loan program level of $7,599,821,000

$902,500,000 for the Rental Assistance Program

$27,714,000 for the Multi-family Housing Revitalization Program

$38,727,000 for Mutual and Self-Help Housing Grants

$41,500,000 for Rural Housing Assistance Grants

$18,269,000 for the Farm Labor Program Account and an estimated loan program level of $21,678,000; $9,135,000 for loan subsidies; and $9,134,000 for grants

$63,830,000 for the Rural Community Facilities Program Account

$87,385,000 for the Rural Business Program Account,

An estimated loan program level of $33,077,000 for the Rural Economic Development Loan program

$12,636,000 for Rural Cooperative Development Grants

$4,424,000 for cooperative development grants

$2,582,000 for a cooperative agreement for the Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas program

$1,463,000 for cooperatives or associations of cooperatives whose primary focus is to provide assistance to small, socially disadvantaged producers

$300,000 for a cooperative research agreement with a qualified academic institution

$3,867,000 for the value-added agricultural product market development grant program

$8,130,000 for Rural Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities Grants

$5,000,000 for the Rural Energy for America Program

$556,268,000 for the Rural Water and Waste Disposal Program Account

$525,000 for activities under the Rural Electrification and Telecommunications Loans Program Account and an estimated loan program level of $7,290,000,000

$39,245,000 to the Rural Development Salaries and Expenses account

$400,487,000 for broadband telecommunications

$15,619,000 for broadband telecommunications loan subsidy

$34,755,000 for distance learning and telemedicine grants, of which $4,965,000 is for public broadcasting system grants

$13,406,000 for broadband telecommunications grants

Domestic Food Programs

This Bill provides:

$610,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services

Programs

This Bill provides:

$14,951,911,000 for Child Nutrition Programs, including:

School lunch program $8,516,983,000

School breakfast program 2,612,146,000

Child and adult care food program 2,487,439,000

Summer food service program 361,025,000

Special milk program 14,987,000

State administrative expenses 178,994,000

Commodity procurement and computer support 750,701,000

School meals initiative/Team nutrition 15,000,000

Coordinated review effort 5,636,000

Food safety education 2,500,000

SNDA Data Collection and Analysis 2,000,000

CACFP Error Estimates 1,000,000

Total $14,951,911,000

$15,000,000 for TEAM Nutrition

$5,500,000 for food service training grants to States

$3,000,000 for technical assistance materials

$800,000 for National Food Service Management Institute cooperative agreements

$1,000,000 for print and electronic food service resource systems

$1,500,000 to assist USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion in development and maintenance, of MyPyramid and Dietary Guidelines materials in support of nutrition education for program participants and their families

$3,200,000 for other activities

$6,860,000,000 for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

$53,969,246,000 for the supplemental nutrition assistance program

$230,800,000 for the Commodity Assistance Program, of that amount, the bill provides $160,430,000 for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

$142,595,000 for Nutrition Programs Administration.

Food and Drug Administration

This Bill provides:

$2,622,267,000 for the salaries and expenses of the Food and Drug Administration

A limit of $49,000,000 for administrative expenses of the Farm Credit Administration

This Bill provides:

$12,433,000 for FDA buildings and facilities

Congressionally Designated Projects: This Chart contains a list of all Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration Congressionally Designated Projects included in the Omnibus Bill. The Chart includes the Program, Subsection, Project Description and the Amount Allocated.

Bill Program Bill Subsection Project Description Amount Allocated
Ag/Rural Development/FDA Agricultural Research Service Buildings and facilities Center for Advanced Viticulture and Tree Crop Research, Davis $2,192,000
Ag/Rural Development/FDA Agricultural Research Service Buildings and facilities U.S. Agricultural Research Station, Salinas $2,192,000
Ag/Rural Development/FDA Agricultural Research Service Salaries & Expenses Water Management Research Laboratory, Brawley $317,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Salaries & Expenses California County Pest Detection Augmentation Program, California Department of Food and Agriculture $581,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Salaries & Expenses California County Pest Detection Import Inspection Program, California Department of Food and Agriculture $693,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Salaries & Expenses Olive Fruit Fly Detection and Exclusion Program $218,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service RE/FA Applied Agriculture and Environmental Research $693,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service SRG Fresh Produce Food Safety $704,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service SRG Pierce's Disease $1,531,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service SRG Sustainable Agriculture $357,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Food and Drug Administration Salaries & Expenses Western Region FDA Center of Excellence, University of California Davis $1,399,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Conservation Operations Mojave Water Agency Non-Native Plant Removal $667,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Conservation Operations Municipal Water District of Orange County for Efficient Irrigation $134,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Conservation Operations Urban Forestry Conservation Project $188,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Conservation Operations Water Quality Protection Program for the Monterey Bay Sanctuary $400,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Watershed/flood prevention operations Alameda Creek Watershed Project $1,337,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Watershed/flood prevention operations Colgan Creek Restoration Project $382,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service SRG Viticulture Consortium, NY, PA, CA $1,454,000
Ag-Rural Development-FDA Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service SRG Aquaculture, FL, TX, CA $416,000



Commerce, Justice, Science

Department of Commerce

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION

The bill includes $272,800,000 for the programs and administrative expenses of the Economic Development Administration (EDA), which is $149,168,000 above the request. It also includes $240,000,000 for the Economic Development Assistance Programs, an increase of $147,200,000 above the request. Of the amounts provided for those programs, funds are to be distributed as follows:

- Global climate change mitigation initiative $14,700,000

- Public works $133,280,000

- Planning $31,000,000

- Technical assistance $9,400,000

- Research and evaluation $490,000

- Trade adjustment assistance $15,800,000

- Economic adjustment assistance $35,330,000

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION

The bill includes a total of $4,365,196,000 in discretionary appropriations for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which is $261,283,000 above the request.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Operations, Research and Facilities

- The California Salmon Council will receive $200,000 for the West Coast Weak Stock Salmon Solutions in Folsom.

- The Hubbs SeaWorld Research Institute will receive $250,000 for the California Marine Fisheries Replenishment Program in San Diego.

- The Monterey Bay Aquarium will receive $250,000 for the Bluefin Tuna Tagging and Research Program.

- NOAA Office of Education will receive $2.5 million for the California Bay Watershed Education and Training Program in Monterey.

- The Pierce College Weather Station in Woodland Hills will receive $85,000 for Meteorological Equipment.

- San Jose State University will receive $115,000 for its Training the Next Generation Weather Forecasters program.

NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE (NMFS).-The recommendation provides $753,510,000 for NMFS operations, research and facilities, which is $29,299,000 above the request. Within that funding, Pacific Salmon Management Activities are slated to receive 59,000,000 from Marine Mammals, Marine Turtles, and Marine Protected Species funding; $24,000,000 will go to Salmon Management Activities from Fisheries Research and Management programs.

The Committee report states: "Pacific salmon restoration.-The San Joaquin River Restoration Settlement will restore California's second longest river and help rebuild imperiled Pacific salmon runs. NMFS is obligated, under the Federal court order, to participate in the restoration planning and settlement implementation along with other Federal agencies. NMFS is expected to adhere to the requirements of the court order and report back to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations on any developments."

PACIFIC COASTAL SALMON RECOVERY

The bill includes $80,000,000 for Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery, which is $45,000,000 above the budget request.

Department of Justice

STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE

The bill provides $1,328,500,000 for State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance programs for fiscal year 2009, including the following:

(in thousands of dollars)

- Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants 546,000

National Institute of Justice (5,000)

State and Local Intelligence Training (2,000)

President-elect Security (7,000)

- Byrne Discretionary Grants 178,500

- Byrne Competitive Grants 30,000

- State Criminal Alien Assistance Program 400,000

- Southwest Border Prosecutor Program 31,000

- Victims of Trafficking Grants 10,000

- State Prison Drug Treatment 10,000

- Drug Courts 40,000

Included in the Byrne Discretionary Grants are the following congressionally-designated items:

- Alameda County - Alameda County Violence Prevention Initiative - Oakland - $250,000

- California Forensic Science Institute - California State University, Los Angeles - $1,000,000

- California State Department of Justice - California Gang Suppression Enforcement Teams - Sacramento - $200,000

- Center Point, Inc - Re-Entry and Community Integration Services - San Rafael - $200,000

- Chapman University and the Anaheim Family Justice Center - Chapman University Domestic Violence Clinic Anaheim - $300,000

- City of Folsom - Folsom Emergency Operations Center - Folsom - $500,000

- City of Glendale - Foothill Regional Forensic DNA lab - $1,000,000

- City of Los Angeles - Gang Intervention and Community Policing Training Academy - $250,000

- City of Los Angeles - Gang Reduction Zone-Boyle Heights - $550,000

- City of Oakland - to recruit and hire additional police officers from within the Oakland community - $300,000

- City of Refuge Economic Development Corporation - Anchor of Hope Re-Entry Employment Project - Gardena - $70,000

- City of San Bernardino - for a school-based partnership to provide gang resistance education and training - $500,000

- City of San Jose - to assess the City's gang intervention and prevention programs - $250,000

- City of Santa Rosa - Santa Rosa - Mayor - $10,000

- City of Stockton - Operation Peacekeeper Gang Outreach Program - $500,000

- City of Westminster - Asian Criminal Enterprise Initiative - $312,000

- Community Build, Inc.- Gang Prevention and Community Safety Project - Los Angeles - $150,000

- County of Monterey - Monterey County Street and Anti-Gang Project (aka: Gang Task Force) - $1,250,000

- Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)of Los Angeles County -San Fernando Valley - $110,000

- Criminal Information Sharing Alliance - for a law enforcement information sharing network - Folsom,CA - $400,000

- East Bay Community Law Center - Clean Slate Clinic for Community Re-entry & Reintegration - Oakland - $250,000

- Family Violence Prevention Fund - International Center to End Violence - San Francisco - $2,000,000

- Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department - to upgrade an anti-gang data and analysis database - Monterey Park - $300,000

- Los Angeles County Sheriff, Temple City - Mobile Law Enforcement Automobile Investigative System - $35,000

- Office of Orange County District Attorney - DNA Expansion Project - Santa Ana - $500,000

- Phoenix House Santa Fe Springs - Drug Treatment for Women - $200,000

- Providence Holy Cross Foundation - Tattoo Removal Violence Prevention Outreach

Program - Mission Hills - $200,000

- Riverside County Probation Department - Automated Kiosk Reporting System - $500,000

- San Bernardino and Riverside Counties - San Bernardino and Riverside County Regional Fingerprint ID (CAL-ID) - $1,925,000

- San Francisco District Attorney - Back on Track - $400,000

- San Francisco District Attorney's Office - San Francisco Elder Abuse Center - $300,000

- San Jose State University Foundation - Collaborative Response to Victims of Domestic Violence - $440,000

- San Mateo County - Gender Responsive Program - $200,000

- SEARCH, National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics - Sacramento - $500,000

- Simon Wiesenthal Center - to provide sensitivity training to law enforcement when investigating hate crimes and civil rights abuses - Los Angeles - $1,000,000

- Southeast Los Angeles County Workforce Investment Board - Job Training Program for Foster Youth - Cerritos - $125,000

- The Criminal Justice Training Center - Golden West College Virtual Interactive Training Simulator - Huntington Beach - $500,000

- Ventura County Sheriff - Ventura County Sheriff Crime Lab Microscope - $100,000

- YWCA of Greater Los Angeles - Sexual Assault Response Teams - $100,000

Office of Justice Programs Juvenile Justice - Congressional-Designated Items

- A Place Called Home - Educational Services Program - Los Angeles $75,000

- Alameda County Social Services Agency - Alameda County Children - $530,000

- All Peoples Christian Center - Tomorrow's Leaders - Los Angeles - $95,000

- Barrio Action Youth &Family Center - Learning Options - Los Angeles - $50,000

- Boys and Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley - At-Risk Teen After School Program - $80,000

- Boys Town - Boys Town, Los Angeles region - Santa Ana - $245,000

- CARECEN - Community Technology and Recreation Center Los Angeles - $100,000

- CASA serving Lancaster - Court Appointed Special Advocates Program - Monterey Park - $300,000

- Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters - Anti-Gang Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program - Los Angeles - $100,000

- Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters - Pasadena Community Mentoring Program - Los Angeles - $80,000

- Century Youth Activities League - Sheriffs Youth Activity League Gang-Prevention Program, Florence-Firestone - Los Angeles - $165,000

- City of East Palo Alto - East Palo Alto Violence Prevention Initiative - East Palo Alto - $400,000

- City of Los Angeles, Glassell Park Recreation Center - At the Park After Dark Gang Prevention Program - $50,000

- City Of Newark - School Resource Officer Program - Newark - $150,000

- City of Oceanside - Oceanside Community Safety Partnership Collaborative (Gang Prevention Program) - $400,000

- City of Victorville - U-turn Gang Prevention Strategy - Victorville - $82,000

- County of Fresno -for a collaborative gang prevention program - $300,000

- Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Los Angeles - CASA Minority Volunteer Recruitment Project - $200,000

- Covenant House California - Jumpstart for Programs Serving At-Risk Youth - Oakland - $250,000

- EI Centro Del Pueblo - Violence Prevention and Intervention Counseling Program - Los Angeles - $75,000

- Five Acres - The Boys and Girls Aid Society - Youth Diversion Program - Altadena - $250,000

- Friends of CASA of Los Angeles County - for intervention and permanent placement for infants and toddlers in the foster care system - Los Angeles - $375,000

- Hope Through Housing Foundation - After School and Beyond Violence Prevention Program - Rancho Cucamonga, - $750,000

- i-Safe, Inc. - i-SAFE e-Safety Education and Outreach Initiative - Carlsbad - $300,000

- Los Angeles County Sheriff - Altadena Sheriff - Altadena - $30,000

- Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center - MLK, Freedom Center Youth Non-Violent Leadership Program- Oakland - $250,000

- Mentoring and Partnership for Youth Development - One-on-One Mentoring Program - Pasadena - $130,000

- Neighbors Empowering Youth - Career Training for Disadvantaged Youth - Pasadena - $100,000

- New Directions for Youth - Gang & Delinquency Prevention Program - Van Nuys - $150,000

- New Horizons Family Center - After School Program for At Risk Youth - Glendale - $60,000

- Olive Crest - Olive Crest Independent Living Skills for At-risk Youth - Santa Ana - $100,000

- Para Los Ninos-Ontario Family Resource Center - Para Los Ninos program in Ontario - $250,000

- Pasadena Youth Center - Mentoring and Career Training Program for Disadvantaged Teens - Pasadena - $80,000

- Phoenix Academy - Access to Treatment Initiative - Lake View Terrace - $250,000

- Phoenix House - Phoenix House Los Angeles County Drug Treatment Youth Program - Lake View Terrace - $400,000

- Richmond Black Firefighters Association - Richmond Youth Academy - Richmond - $250,000

- Richmond Police Activities League - Richmond Police Acitivities League One-Stop·

Youth Center - Richmond - $400,000

- Sacramento Police Department - Sacramento Youth Gang Intervention/Prevention Program - $200,000

- Santa Clara County - Multidisciplinary Alternative Reception Center (MARC) - San Jose - $400,000

- Santa Rosa - Adolescent Treatment Program Expansion Drug Abuse Alternatives Center - $188,000

- City of San Diego - Union of Pan Asian Communities At-Risk Youth Mentoring Program - $300,000

Western Justice Center Foundation - Violence Prevention and Intervention Program - Pasadena - $150,000

- YWCA of Greater Los Angeles - Project Empowerment - $100,000

COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES

The bill provides $550,500,000 for Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) programs for fiscal year 2009. That amount includes $39,500,000 for Meth Hot Spots, as well as the following congressionally-directed projects:

- CALGANGG Executive Board - System Enhancements - Sonoma - $200,000

- California State DOJ - Vision 2015 - Criminal Justice Information Sharing Project - $500,000

- City and County of San Francisco - San Francisco Gun Location Technology and Policing Project - $1,000,000

- City of Baldwin Park Police - Department Interoperable/Improvement Radio Project Baldwin Park - $215,000

- City of Bell Gardens - Police Communications Interoperability Project - Bell Gardens - $250,000

- City of Brea - Brea Police Department Technology Improvements - Brea - $50,000

- City of Cathedral City - Eastern Riverside County Interoperability Communication Authority - Cathedral City - $400,000

- City of Cerritos - Public Safety Technology Improvements - $350,000

- City of Claremont - Claremont Emergency Operations Center - Claremont - $1,800,000

- City of Corona - Police Department Interoperability Equipment - Corona $330,000

- City of Corona - Police Department Public Safety Wireless Network - Corona - $325,000

- City of Covina - Police Department In-Car Digital Video Program - Covina - $155,000

- City of Covina - Regional Training Equipment - Simunitions Equipment - Covina - $65,000

- City of Fullerton - Law Enforcement Body Armor, Fullerton - Fullerton - $100,000

- City of Garden Grove - Garden Grove Law Enforcement Technology - Garden Grove - $200,000

- City of Gardena - Gardena Public Safety Surveillance - Gardena - $380,000

- City of Inglewood - to upgrade the Inglewood Police Department's radio system - $500,000

- City of Lake Elsinore - Lake Elsinore Emergency Operations Center - Lake Elsinore - $100,000

- City of Lompoc - Gang Activity Surveillance Program - $400,000

- City of Los Angeles - to expand the City of Los Angeles mass notification system - $500,000

- City of Monterey Park - Police Department Protective Equipment - Monterey Park - $50,000

- City of Norwalk - Norwalk Public Safety Department Computer Aided Dispatching and Records Management System - Norwalk - $170,000

- City of Oakland - to provide law enforcement equipment - Oakland - $500,000

- City of Oakland - Automatic Vehicle Locating (AVl) Systems - Oakland - $250,000

- City of Pismo Beach - Pismo Beach Radio Relay Towers - Pismo Beach - $200,000

- City of Redlands - East Valley Regional Crime Analysis System (COMPASS) - Redlands - $425,000

- City of Rialto Police Department - Rialto Police Department Surveillance Cameras - Rialto - $300,000

- City of Richmond Police Department - Shotspotter Gunshot Location System - Richmond - $600,000

- City of Riverside - Public Safety Interoperability System - $895,000

- City of Roseville - Roseville Regional Dispatch and Records Project - $383,000

- City of San Bernardino - San Bernardino FileNET Program - San Bernardino - $400,000

- City of San Fernando - Virtual Patrol Project - San Fernando - $1,050,000

- San Jose - Police Mobile Identification, Field Reporting, and Records Management Systems - $695,000

- City of Signal Hill - Police. Department Interoperable Technology Upgrade - $200,000

- City of South EI Monte - Equipment for Public Safety Center - South EI Monte - $50,000

- County of Kings - Computer-Aided Dispatch/Records Management System - Hanford - $300,000

- County of Mendocino - Mendocino Public Safety Microwave - Ukiah - $400,000

- County of San Diego - San Diego and Imperial Counties Regional Communications System Upgrade - $1,350,000

- County of Sonoma - Integrated Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Information and Communication System - Santa Rosa - $190,000

- East Bay Regional Communications System Authority - East Bay Regional Communications System - Dublin - $1,170,000

- Fresno County - Regional Data Interoperability - $200,000

- Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department - Automatic License Plate Recognition System - $200,000

- Montebello Police Department - P25 Compliant Portable Radios - $180,000

- Nevada County - Operation Vehicle Surveillance - Nevada City - $117,000

- Palmdale City - Technology Acquisition for Joint law Enforcement/City Emergency Operations - $100,000

- Sacramento County Sheriff - In-Car Camera and Information Integration Project - $150,000

- Stanislaus County and City of Modesto - for law enforcement communications equipment - $500,000

Methamphetamine enforcement and clean-up.-The bill includes $39,500,000 for grants to address public safety associated with methamphetamine manufacturing, sale, and use. Included within that funding are the following:

$150,000 - CA State Dept of Justice, Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement - Methamphetamine Enforcement

$300,000 - California State Department of Justice - Merced County Methamptietamine Strategy (CALMS)

$250,000 - City of Stockton - Police Methamphetamine Suppression

$300,000 - Solano County Gang and Methamphetamine Enforcement Team

$200,000 - Ventura County Sheriff - California Multi-jurisdictional Methamphetamine (CAL MMET) Investigators

SCIENCE

NASA - The bill provides total funding to NASA of 17,782,385,000. Within that funding, the bill provides $4,503,019,000 for science, an increase of $61,500,000 over the budget request.

The following congressionally-designated funding is also provided:

$700,000 - City of Downey Communicating the Dynamic Nature of Scientific Knowledge, Multimedia Technology Enhancement and Rotational Exhibits at the Columbia Memorial Space Learning Center.

$100,000 - Global Undersea Research Unit, University of Alaska Fairbanks Robotic Exploration Technologies in Astrobiology- Moss Landing

$2,800,000 - Loma Linda University Medical Center Space Radiation Health Research Program

$1,800,000 - University of California, Santa Cruz Bio-lnfo-Nano Research and Development Institute at NASA Ames

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

Research and Related Activities - The bill includes $5.183 billion for fiscal year 2009 for research and related activities.

Energy and Water Development

Energy

DOE

This bill allocates $26,967,001,000 for the Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Renewables

This bill provides:

$1,928,540,000 for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy) programs.

$168,960,000 for hydrogen technology, to include $3,000,000 for fuel processor research and development, and $5,000,000 for manufacturing research and development activities

$217,000,000 for integrated research and development on biomass and biorefinery systems.

$175,000,000 for solar energy systems

$55,000,000 for wind energy systems

$44,000,000 for geothermal research

$40,000,000 for hydropower

$273,238,000 for vehicle technologies

$140,000,000 for building technologies, to include $33,000,000 for the Commercial Buildings Initiative, and no less than $25,000,000 for solid state lighting research and development

$90,000,000 for the industrial technologies program, to include $7,500,000 for steel, glass and metal casting in the industries (specific) program, and no less than $25,000,000 for distributed energy generation, combined-heat and power activities, and the advanced reciprocating engines system program

$22,000,000 for Federal Energy Management Programs

$76,000,000 for the renewable energy Facilities and Infrastructure account

$200,000,000 for weatherization assistance program grants, training and technical assistance

$50,000,000 for the State Energy Program to inc1ude $25,000,000 for competitive energy projects.

$5,000,000 for the International Renewable Energy Program

$6,000,000 for tribal energy activities

$5,000,009 for the Renewable Energy Production Incentive

$228,803,380 for congressionally directed projects, for the purposes of research, development, and demonstration of energy efficiency or renewable energy technologies or programs

Delivery and Reliability

This Bill Provides:

- $137,000,000 for the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, to include $84,721,000 for research and development, $11,451,000 for operations and analysis, and $21,179,525 for program direction

- $19,648,475 for congressionally directed projects, for the purposes of research, development, and demonstration of energy technologies or programs

Nuclear

This Bill provides:

$792,000,000 for nuclear energy programs

$5,000,000 for grants and fellowships that support nuclear science and engineering education at the Department of Energy

$177,500,000 for Nuclear Power 2010

$180,000,000 for Generation IV nuclear energy systems. Of this amount $169,000,000 is for the Next Generation Nuclear Plant project, $2,000,000 to continue work with Russia on gas reactors, $7,000,000 for deep burn (actinide management) characteristics of gas-cooled reactors, and $2,000,000 is for research and development for the Gen IV reactor program

$145,000,000 for the Advanced Fuel Cycle Initiative (AFCI), for research and development activities on proliferation resistant fuel cycles and waste reduction strategies

$35,000,000 for space and defense infrastructure

$6,145,500 for fresh reactor fuel, disposal spent fuel for university reactors, and improved reactor instrumentation and equipment upgrades

$12,500,000 for Oak Ridge radiological facilities management for hot cells at the Radiochemical Engineering Development Center

$12,500,000 for Los Alamos radiological facilities

$2,854,500 for congressionally directed projects

"Clean" Coal and Fossil Fuel Technologies

This Bill provides:

$876,320,000 for Fossil Energy Research and Development programs, supporting the advancement of a range of the Department's fossil energy research and development activities

$700,000,000 for Round III of the Clean Coal Power Initiative (CCPI)

$404, 235,850 for Fuels and Power Systems

$20,000,000 for natural gas technologies, to include no less than $15,000,000 for methane gas hydrates research and development

$5,000,000 for petroleum-oil technologies

$18,000,000 for Plant and Capital Equipment

$9,700,000 for Fossil Energy Environmental Restoration

$656,000 for Special Recruitment Programs

$5,000,000 for Cooperative Research and Development

$43,864,150 for congressionally designated projects for the purposes of research, development, and demonstration of coal and other fossil energy related technologies or programs

Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves

This Bill provides

$19,099,000 for the operation of the Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves

$205,000,000 for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

$110,595,000 for the Energy Information Administration (EIA)

$261,819,000 for Non-Defense Environmental Cleanup

$4,757,500 for congressionally directed projects

Uranium

$535,503,000 for activities funded from the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund, to include $116,446,000 for Paducah, $200,224,000 for Portsmouth, $208,883,000 for Oak Ridge, and $10,000,000 for the Title X uranium and thorium reimbursements program

Science

This Bill provides $4,772,636,000 for Science

$795,726,000 for high energy physics

$512,080,080 for nuclear physics

$601,540,000 for biological and environmental research

$423,613,000 for biological research

$177,927,000 for climate change research

$1,571,972,407 for basic energy sciences

$368,820,000 for Advanced Scientific Computing Research

$402,550,000 for Fusion Energy Science

$145,380,000 for Science Lab Infrastructure

$186,695,000 for Science Program Direction

$15,000,000 to establish the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy

$93,686,593 for congressionally directed projects

Nuclear Waste Disposal

$145,390,000 for Nuclear Waste Disposal program

$1,855,425 for congressionally directed projects

Loan Guarantees
This Bill includes:

$18,500,000,000 of loan guarantees for nuclear power facilities

$6,000,000,000 of loan guarantees for coal based power generation and industrial gasification activities at retrofitted and new facilities that incorporate carbon capture and sequestration or other beneficial uses of carbon

$2,000,000,000 of loan guarantees for advanced coal gasification

$18,500,000,000 of loan guarantees for renewable and/or energy efficient systems and manufacturing, and distributed energy generation, transmission and distribution

$2,000,000,000 for advanced nuclear facilities for the "front-end" of the nuclear fuel cycle

Administration

This Bill includes:

$155,326,000 for Departmental Administration expenses

$43,257,000 for the Office of the Chief Financial Officer

$67,790,000 for the Office of Management

$1,500,000 to establish an Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs

$51,927,000 for the Office of the Inspector General

$9,129,594,000 for the National Nuclear Security Administration

Weapons and Other Activities

This bill includes:

$6,380,000,000 for Weapons Activities

$1,619,186,000 for Campaigns. This includes $2,100,000 for the University Research Program in Robotics

$1,590,152,000 for Directed Stockpile Work

$1,674,406,000 for Readiness in Technical Base and Facilities (RTBF)

$214,439,000 for Secure Transportation Asset

$215,278,000 for Nuclear Weapons Incident Response

$147,449,000 for Facilities and Infrastructure Recapitalization

$38,596,000 for Environmental Projects and Operations

$856,494,000for Safeguards and Security

$22,836,000 for congressionally directed projects

Nuclear Nonproliferation

This bill allocates $1,482,350,000 for DOD Nuclear Nonproliferation efforts

Defense Environmental Clean Up and Other Activities

This bill provides:

$5,657,250,000 for the Defense Environmental Cleanup Program; the Department is directed to fund hazardous waste worker training at $10,000,000 from within available funds

$463,000,000 for the Federal contribution to the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund

$1,314,063,000 for Other Defense Activities

FERC

This Bill provides $273,400,000 for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission· (FERC)

Independent Agencies

This Bill provides:

$13,000,000 for the Delta Regional Authority (DRA)

$1,034,656,000 for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)

Water

Army Corps of Engineers

$168,100,000 for Investigations

$183,000,000 for Regulatory programs and activities

$4,500,000 for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army

Buildings

$2,141,677,000 for Construction

Programs

$56,079,000 for the Central Valley Project Restoration Fund

$140,000,000 for Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program

NO funding for Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies

$40,000,000 for the California Bay-Delta Restoration –program

Congressionally Designated Projects, and CA Specific Allocations

Bill Bill Section Bill Subsection Project Description Amount Allocated
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Aliso Creek Mainstem $369,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Arroyo Seco Watershed $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Ballona Creek Ecosystem Restoration $239,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Bolinas Lagoon Ecosystem Restoration $153,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations California Coastal Sediment Master Plan $822,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Carpinteria Shoreline Study $239,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations City of Inglewood $143,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations City of Norwalk $119,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Coastal Field Data Collection: Southern California Beach Processes Study $500,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Coyote and Berryessa Creeks $138,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Coyote Dam $110,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Desert Hot Springs $478,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Estudillo Canal $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Goleta Beach $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Grayson and Murderer's Creeks, Walnut Creek Basin $478,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Hamilton City $832,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Heacock and Cactus Channels $215,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Laguna Creek Watershed $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Los Angeles River Ecosystem Restoration $478,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Los Angeles River Watercourse, Headworks $414,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Lower Cache Creek, Yolo County, Woodland and Vicinity $48,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Lower Mission Creek $287,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Malibu Creek Watershed $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Matilda Dam $955,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Middle Creek $191,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Pajaro River $765,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Redwood City Harbor $143,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Riverside County Special Area Management Plan $339,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Sacramento - San Joaquin Comprehensive $956,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Sac-San Joaquin Delta Islands and Levees $478,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Clemente Shoreline $392,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Diego County Samp $339,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Diego County Shoreline $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Francisquito Creek $335,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Joaquin River Basin, Frazier Creek/ Strathmo $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Joaquin River Basin. Lower San Joaquin River $454,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Joaquin River Basin, West Stanislaus County, Orestimba Creek $344,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Joaquin River Basin, White River/Dry Creek $96,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Juan Creek, South Orange County $717,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations San Pablo Bay Watershed $119,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Santa Ana River and Tributaries $268,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Santa Clara River Watershed $239,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Solana-Encinitas Shoreline $263,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations South San Francisco Shoreline $2,677,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations St. Helena-Napa River $100,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Sun Valley Watershed $143,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Sutter County $669,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Upper Penitencia Creek $191,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Westminster (East Garden Grove) Watershed $860,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction American River Watershed (Common Features) $13,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction American River Watershed (Folsom Dam Modifications) $9,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction American River Watershed (Folsom Dam Raise) $2,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction CALFED Levee Stability Program $4,785,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction City of Santa Clarita $1,148,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Corte Madera Creek $239,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Dam Safety and Seepage/Stability Correction Program, Dam Safety Assurance Studies: Isabella Dam
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Dam Safety and Seepage/Stability Correction Program, Dam Safety Assurance Studies: Martis Creek Dam
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Farmington Recharge $287,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Guadalupe River $2,871,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Hamilton Airfield Wetlands Restoration $14,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Harbor/South Bay Water Recycling Project $2,871,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Kaweah River $957,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Llagas Creek $287,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Los Angeles County Drainage Area $5,455,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Lower Walnut Creek $287,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Mid-Valley Area Levee Reconstruction $1,914,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Murrieta Creek $3,349,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Napa River $10,527,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Oakland Harbor (50 Foot Project) $25,092,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Pier 36 Removal $100,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Placer County $957,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Port of Los Angeles Harbor Main Channel Deepening $885,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Sacramento Deepwater Ship Channel $957,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Sacramento River Bank Protection Project $22,967,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Sacramento River Flood Control GRR $500,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Sacramento River, Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District $600,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction San Francisco Bay to Stockton $1,340,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction San Lorenzo River $211,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction San Luis Rey River $383,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction San Ramon Valley Recycled Water $2,871,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Santa Ana River Mainstem $14,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Santa Maria River Levees $6,699,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Santa Paula Creek $4,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Seven Oaks Dam Water Conservation Study $1,500,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction South Perris $946,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction South Sacramento County Streams $12,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Surfside - Sunset - Newport Beach $546,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Tahoe Basin Restoration $3,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Tule River $287,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Upper Guadalupe River $2,871,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Upper Newport Bay $2,871,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction West Sacramento $3,000,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Construction Yuba River Basin. $3,110,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 206 Sweetwater Reservoir Ecosystem
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 206 Upper York Creek Dam Removal
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 205 Borrego Springs $100,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 205 Cosgrove Creek, Calaveras County
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 205 Las Gauinas Creek/Santa Venetia Levee
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 205 White Slough
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 1135 Tujunga Wash Environmental Restoration
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 103 Bay Farm Island Dike
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Section 103 Pismo Beach
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Buck Butte Lake $1,814,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Buchanan Dam, H.V. Eastman Lake $1,689,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Channel Islands Harbor $4,975,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Coyote Valley Dam, Lake Mendocino $3,141,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Crescent City Harbor $1,607,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Dana Point Harbor $328,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Dry Creek (Warm Springs) Lake & Channel $4,703,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Farmington Dam $411,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Hidden Dam, Hensley Lake $1,658,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Humboldt Harbor and Bay $4,775,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Inspection of Completed Works $3,548,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Isabella Lake $1,303,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Los Angeles County Drainage Area $3,709,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Marina Del Rey $2,320,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Merced County Streams $222,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Mojave River Dan $265,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Morro Bay Harbor $1,513,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Moss Landing Harbor $689,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M New Hogan Lake $1,963,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M New Melones Lake, Downstream Channel $1,606,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Noyo River and Harbor $352,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Oakland Harbor $6,911,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Oceanside Harbor $1,504,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Pine Fiat Lake $2,649,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Pinole Shoal Management Study $235,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Port Hueneme $3,740,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Project Condition Surveys $2,248,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Redwood City Harbor $275,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Richmond Harbor $6,451,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Sacramento River (30 Foot Project) $5,181,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Sacramento River and Tributaries (Debris Control) $1,454,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Sacramento River Shallow Draft Channel $162,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Francisco Bay, Delta Model Structure $1,027,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Francisco Bay, Long Term Management Strategy $3,458,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Francisco Harbor and Bay (Drift Removal) $2,805,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Francisco Harbor $3,118,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Joaquin River, Port of Stockton $5,022,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Pablo Bay and Mare Island Strait $1,058,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M San Rafael Creek $1,492,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Santa Ana River Basin $2,922,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Santa Barbara Harbor $1,940,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Scheduling Reservoir Operations $1,521,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Success Lake $1,662,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Suisun Bay Channel $2,768,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Terminus Dam, Lake Kaweah $1,775,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Ventura Harbor $2,873,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Yuba River $120,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation California Bay Delta Ecosystem Restoration Project Caufornia Bay-Delta Restoration Program $40,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation California Bay Delta Ecosystem Restoration Project Los Vaqueros $1,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation California Bay Delta Ecosystem Restoration Project Sacramento River Small Diversion Fish Screens $2,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation California Bay Delta Ecosystem Restoration Project San Joaquin River Basin Study $3,300,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation California Bay Delta Ecosystem Restoration Project San Joaquin River Salinity Management $7,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation California Bay Delta Ecosystem Restoration Project San Luis Reservoir Lowpoint Feasibility Study $1,400,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Bay Area Regional Water Recycung Program $8,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Cachuma Project $1,815,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources California Investigations Program $323,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Calleguas Municipal Water District Recycung Plant $1,245,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, American River Division $9,086,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, American River Division, El Dorado Temperature Control Device $692,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Auburn-Folsom South Unit $1,914,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Delta Division $19,292,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, East Side Division $4,306,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Friant Division $6,835,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Friant Division, Semitropic Phase II Groundwater Banking $917,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Miscellaneous Project Programs $16,108,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Miscellaneous Project Programs (Sacramento Fish Screens) $4,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Replacements, Additions, and Extraordinary Maint $23,312,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Sacramento River Division $6,449,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, San Feupe Division $716,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, San Joaquin Division $358,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Shasta Division $7,650,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Trinity River Division $9,949,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Water and Power Operations $9,089,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, West San Joaquin Division, San Luis Unit $8,452,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources CVP, Yield Feasibility Investigation $278,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Hi Desert Wastewater Collection & Reuse $1,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Inland Empire Regional Water Recycling Project $5,000,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Irvine Basin Ground & Surface Water $916,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Long Beach Area Water Reclamation and Reuse Project $634,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Long Beach Desalination Research and Development $1,057,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Mokelumne River Regional Water Storage & Conjunctive Use $250,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources North Bay Water Reuse Project $216,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Orange County Regional Water Reclamation Project $558,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Orland Project $680,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Rancho California Water District $50,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Riverside-Corona Feeder $100,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Salton Sea Research Project $642,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Salton Sea Research Project, New and Alamo Rivers $432,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources San Diego Area Water Reclamation Program $4,479,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources San Gabriel Basin Project $642,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund $3,500,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources San Jose Area Water Reclamation and Reuse Program $3,580,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Santa Margarita River Conjunctive Use $216,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Solano Project $4,260,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Southern California Investigations Program $238,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Ventura River Project $387,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Watsonville Area Water Recycling Project $1,730,000
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Anti-Idling Lithium Ion Battery Program $951,500
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Green Energy Job Training Initiative $237,875
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Hydrogen Optical Fiber Sensors $951,500
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Placer County Biomass Utilization Pilot Project $1,427,250
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy San Francisco Biofuels Program $951,500
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Senior Housing Project Green Building, Cerritos $380,600
Energy & Water Department of Energy Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sustainable Hydrogen Fueling Station, California State University Los Angeles $475,750
Energy & Water Department of Energy Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability San Mateo County Solar Genesis Project $1,427,250
Energy & Water Department of Energy Fossil Energy R&D Methanol Economy $1,903,000
Energy & Water Department of Energy Science California State University, San Bernardino Twin Tower Project $570,900
Energy & Water Department of Energy Science Whittier College Science and Mathematics Initiative $475,750
Energy & Water Department of Energy Nuclear Waste Disposal Cooperative Agreement Between the Department of Energy and Inyo County $1,522,400
Energy & Water Department of Energy Nuclear Waste Disposal Inyo County Affected Unit of Local Government $333,025
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers Investigations Tahoe Regional Planning & NV $119,000
Energy & Water Corps of Engineers O&M Martis Creek Lake & NV $684,000
Energy & Water Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Klamath Project $22,995,000


Labor, Health and Human Services, Education

Department of Labor

Employment, Unemployment, Training and Related Programs

$3,626,062,000 for training and employment services

$5,000,000 for the continuation of the program of competitive grants to address the employment and training needs of young parents

$88,500,000 for youthful offender activities

$571,925,000 for Community Service Employment for Older Americans

$958,800,000 for Federal Unemployment Benefits and Allowances

$3,694,865,000 for State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service Operations

$422,000,000 for Advances to the Unemployment Trust fund and Other Funds

$143,419,000 for the Employee Benefits Security Administration

$444,722,000 for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

$513,042,000 for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

$347,003,000 for the Mine Safety and Health Administration

$597,182,000 for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

$26,679,000 for the Office of Disability Employment Policy

$86,074,000 for the International Bureau of Labor Affairs

$1,683,938,000 for the Office of Job Corps

$239,439,000 for Veterans Employment and Training

Department of Health and Human Services

Health Resources and Services

$7,259,436,000 for Health Resources and Services

$56,000,000 for base grant adjustments for existing community health centers

$44,055,000 for expenses associated with extending Federal Tort Claims Act protection to practitioners in community health centers

$92,551,000 for Special Projects of Regional and National Significance (SPRANS) and $10,400,000 for Community Integrated Service Systems (CISS) within the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant

$9,201,000 for State Offices of Rural Health

Target grants $2,000,000- 4,000,000 annually per State for States that choose to target particular populations such as uninsured children, small business, and uninsured seniors

Comprehensive grants $7, OOO, OOO-10,000,000 annually per State for States that are planning extensive coverage initiatives

$1,000,000 to establish the Congenital Disabilities Program

$7,550,000 provided in the bill for the Tele-health Program

$2,847,000 for the Health Education Assistance Loan Programs Account

$6,283,350,000 in discretionary appropriations for Disease Control and Prevention

$15,000,000 within the total for the Domestic HIV/AIDS Testing Initiative for the Early Diagnosis and Screening Program

$2,500,000 to be used to respond to outbreaks of disease caused in some part by the re-use of syringes in outpatient settings and to ensure that infection control measures are adhered to broadly, including provider education and patient awareness activities

$500,000 for a study by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) that will examine and provide recommendations regarding front-of-package nutrition symbols

$4,000,000 is for a community-based grant program focusing on poor nutrition and physical inactivity

$2,000,000 increase provided for the Office of Smoking and Health above the fiscal year 2008 funding level should be used to expand the transfer to the Environmental Health Laboratory to support its work to analyze tobacco products and cigarette smoke

$70,075,000 for Public Health Informatics and $84,580,000 for Health Marketing

$7,500,000 for a new Climate Change initiative to develop and enhance programs to help the nation prepare for and adapt to the potential health effects of global climate change

$2,000,000 for elderly falls prevention research

$250,000 for NIOSH to undertake follow-up studies on the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey on the underreporting of worker injury data, particularly focusing on the self-employed population

$55,358,000 for CDC to administer the mandatory Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation program

$30,000,000 for nationwide repairs and improvements

$30,317,024,000 for the 26 accounts that comprise the National Institutes of Health (NIH) total appropriation

$474,972,000 for clinical and translational science awards

$3,334,906,000 for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services

$75,000,000 for homeless programs

$116,656,000 for activities that are targeted to address the growing HIV/AIDS epidemic and its disparate impact on communities of color

$4,701,000 for the Minority Fellowship Program

$38,000,000 for the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative

$7,000,000 for a new program to integrate primary care and specialty medical services in community mental health centers and other community-based behavioral health agencies

$2,531,000 for the Statewide Consumer Network Grant program

$372,053,000 for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

$41,889,000 for Patient Safety Threats and Medical Errors

$9,304,000 for the Comprehensive Unit Based Program

$50,000,000 for comparative effectiveness research within the total for Research on Health Costs, Quality, and Outcomes

$149,335,031,000 for Grants to States for Medicaid

$45,000,000 for the State Health Insurance Program

$198,000,000 from the Medicare trust funds for health care fraud and abuse control

$2,759,078,000 for Child Support Enforcement and Family Support programs

$633,442,000 for Refugee and Entrant Assistance programs

$2,759,078,000 for Child Support Enforcement and Family Support programs

$5,100,000,000 for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance program

$633,442,000 for Refugee and Entrant Assistance programs

$2,127,081,000 for the Child Care and Development Block Grant

$1,700,000,000 for the Social Services Block Grant

For Adoption Awareness, the bill provides $12,953,000; of which $10,058,000 is for the Infant Adoption Awareness Training Program and $2,895,000 is for the Special Needs Adoption Campaign.

$2,000,000 for the purposes of providing and promoting leadership training by and for families with children with disabilities

$1,000,000 increase over the fiscal year 2008 level for the University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

$345,000,000 in mandatory funds for the Promoting Safe and Stable Families program

$5,050,000,000 for Payments to States for Foster Care and Adoption Assistance

$5,000,000 for the Community Innovations for Aging in Place program

$41,694,000 for Aging Network Support Activities

$28,000,000 to continue national implementation of the Choices for Independence program

$2,500,000 for the Lifespan Respite Care Act

$1,500,000 for the Office of Women's Health

$1,397,795,000 for the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund (PHSSEF)

Education

Programs, Grants, Accounts

$15,760,086,000 for the Education for the Disadvantaged

$1,265,718,000 for the Impact Aid account

$5,362,016,000 for the School Improvement Programs

$1,131,166,000 provided for 21st Century Community Learning Centers

$9,489,000 provided for Training and Advisory Services

$122,282,000 for the Indian Education

$10,649,000 for the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS)

$38,166,000 provided for Arts in Education

$690,370,000 for programs in the Safe Schools and Citizenship Education account
$2,500,000 for the Sober Truth on Preventing Underage Drinking (STOP Act)

$730,000,000 for the English Language Acquisition account

$38,615,000 for Technology and Media Services

$12,579,677,000 for the Special Education account

$38,615,000 for Technology and Media Services

$107,741,000 for the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR)

$22,599,000 for the American Printing House for the Blind

$64,212,000 for the National Technical Institute for the Deaf

$1,944,348,000 for the Career, Technical, and Adult Education account

$19,156,973,000 for the Student Financial Assistance account

$17,288,000,000 for Pell Grants

$753,402,000 for Student Aid Administration

$2,100,150,000 for the Higher Education Account

$617,175,000 for the Institute of Education Sciences (lES)

Related Agencies

Programs

$680,564,000 for the operating expenses of the programs administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS)

$131,075,000 for the National Service Trust

Congressionally Designated Projects

Bill Bill Section Bill Subsection Project Description Amount Allocated
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Alameda County Office of Education, Educational Partnerships Foundation, Hayward for programs to deter truancy $48,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Boys & Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor, San Pedro for college-preparation activities, which may include equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento for an internet safety program for teenagers, which may include equipment $214,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) California State University-Northridge for an arts education program, including teacher professional development $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) California State University-Northridge for teacher development $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters, Inc., Los Angeles for youth mentoring program for at-risk youth $33,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Centra Latino for Literacy, Los Angeles for an English literacy program, which may include tutoring $205,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) City of Compton, for educational programming at Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) City of Fairfield for after-school programs $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) City of Long Beach, for an at-risk youth mentoring program $1,189,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) City of Los Angeles for academic and support services to prevent drop-outs of school-age mothers $219,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) City of Los Angeles, for the LA's BEST afterschool enrichment program $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) City of Newark for after-school programs $29,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Clovis Unified School District, Clovis for curriculum development, to include the purchase of equipment $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) County of Amador, Jackson, for the College Preparation Initiative to provide educational programming $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Eastmont Community Center, Los Angeles for an after-school program $57,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Eden Housing, Hayward for an after-school program, which may include equipment $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Emery Unified School District, Emeryville for counseling and after-school activities, which may include equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Envision Schools, San Francisco for college preparation curriculum $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Fairplex Child Development Center, Pomona, to expand the Early Childhood Education Family Literacy, Parenting and Violence Prevention Program $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Girls Incorporated of Alameda County, San Leandro for literacy programs for young girls, which may include equipment $181,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Give Every Child a Chance, Manteca for mentoring and after-school programs for at-risk youth $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Health Trust, Campbell for Youth Health Advocate High School Clubs for after-school and physical education program $90,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Hope Through Housing Foundation, Rancho Cucamonga for a program in academic tutoring and enrichment $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) i-SAFE, Inc., Carlsbad for technology upgrades to Los Nietos School District for a pilot program, which may include equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Kipp Foundation, San Francisco for a subgrant to the KIPP Delta College Preparatory School in Helena, AR $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) KIPP Foundation, San Francisco for a subgrant to the KIPP LEAD College Prep Charter School in Gary, IN, which may include equipment $119,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) KIPP Foundation, San Francisco, for academic and afterschool programs including subgrants in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Latino Theatre Company, Los Angeles for a music and arts education program $105,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Los Angeles County Office of Education, Downey for professional development for teachers and administrators $167,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Mexican American Opportunity Foundation, Montebello for after-school programs for students who attend Henry T. Gage and Chester W. Nimitz middle schools in Huntington Park $71,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Oakland Unified School District, Oakland for teacher recruitment and training $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Para los Ninos, Los Angles for teacher instruction and curriculum development, which may include equipment $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Project Cornerstone, San Jose for the School Partnerships Program $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Riverside County Office of Education, Riverside for the School Dropout Prevention and Student Success Initiative $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Riverside Unified School District, Riverside for the Virtual School Curriculum Expansion program, including purchasing curriculum and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) San Francisco District Attorney's Office, San Francisco, for the Academic Recovery Center at-risk youth mentoring and education program $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco for college preparation programs $381,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Santa Barbara County Education Office, Santa Barbara for the Santa Barbara Summit High School for educational programming to reduce school risk factors for students recovering from drug and alcohol abuse $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Silicon Valley Education Foundation, San Jose for support for Teacher Innovation Grants and the Stepping up to Algebra program to advance students in math and provide teacher training $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Stark County Educational Resource Center, Canton, OH for a school leadership program $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Team SAFE-T, Beverly Hills for emergency and preparedness education program $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Walden West Foundation, Saratoga to develop green-science curriculum and provide teacher professional development, which may include equipment $48,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) We Care San Jacinto, Inc., San Jacinto for an After-School Tutoring program and to establish a gang prevention program aimed at elementary and secondary school students $77,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Elementary & Secondary Education (includes FIE) Youth Policy Institute, Los Angeles for the San Fernando Valley Poverty Initiative, for after-school, family-literacy and college-preparation activities $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California Baptist University, Riverside for purchase of equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California Maritime Academy, Vallejo, for an emergency response training program, which may include the acquisition of software and technology $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California State University, Fullerton for Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics and Science $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California State University, Fullerton for the Vietnamese Language and Culture program, including purchase of equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California State University, San Bernardino-Palm Desert Campus, San Bernardino for purchase of equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California State University-Channel Islands, Camarilla for development of a nursing program, including purchase of equipment $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) California State University-Stanislaus, Turlock for its Promise Scholars Program to assist former foster care youth with transitioning to college $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Cerritos College Foundation, Norwalk to train students in closed captioning, which may include equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Cerritos College, Norwalk to train students in closed captioning, which may include equipment $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Chabot College, Hayward for a nursing program, which may include recruitment and retention activities $114,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) College of the Canyons, Santa Clarita for the University Center Consortium $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Cosumnes River College, Sacramento for the GreenForce center, including outreach and recruitment of students for clean energy training $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Deaf West Theater, North Hollywood, for educational programming $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Grossmont College, El Cajon for nursing programs, including purchase of equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) La Sierra University, Riverside for the Building Science Capacity Initiative, including purchase of equipment $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) MiraCosta College Foundation, Oceanside for nursing programs, including curriculum development $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) San Jose State University Research Foundation, San Jose for a Center for Migration Studies $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Education Higher Education (includes FIPSE) Vanguard University, Costa Mesa for science, math, and nursing education and training, to include the purchase of equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Child Abuse Prevention County of Contra Costa, Martinez for an initiative for children and adolescents exposed to domestic violence $428,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Child Abuse Prevention Jeffrey foundation, Los Angeles for child care food and other services for special needs children $105,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Child Abuse Prevention Women's Center of San Joaquin County, Stockton for children's advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling, and other services for children who are victims of sexual assault $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services Asian Americans for Community Involvement, San Jose for operating expenses for a domestic violence shelter $309,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services City of Los Angeles for its Young Women from Adversity to Resiliency Program $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services County of Monterey Probation Department, Salinas for its Silver Star Gang Prevention and Intervention Program $1,427,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services County of Solano, Fairfield for an initiative to provide doula and/or parenting coaches for low-income pregnant, postpartem and parenting women $119,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services Crystal Stairs, Inc., Los Angeles for its Special Needs Advisory Project to increase early childhood care and education opportunities for children with special needs $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services First 5 Alameda County, San Leandro for its children's screening, assessment, referral, and treatment initiative $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services SingleStop USA, New York, NY for a project in San Francisco to improve the access of low-income households to services $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services Survivors of Torture, International, San Diego for medical, dental, psychological, and social services to victims of torture $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Social Services Watts Labor Community Action Committee, Los Angeles for its Reading As Enablement to Reclaim Ourselves project to provide literacy, mentoring, and other services to individuals in shelters $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration on Aging (AOA) Alzheimer's Association, California Southland Chapter, Los Angeles for an Alzheimer's disease demonstration program $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration on Aging (AOA) Legal Services of Northern California, Inc., Sacramento, to provide free legal consultation for older Californians $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Administration on Aging (AOA) St. Barnabas Senior Services, Los Angeles for a fall risk prevention demonstration program $133,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advancement Project, Los Angeles for a comprehensive public health strategy for gang and violence reduction $176,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Alameda County Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS, Oakland for an HIV/AIDS prevention and testing initiative $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) California State University-Fullerton for programs aimed at preventing obesity and promoting health in children $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) County of Marin, San Rafael for research and analysis related to breast cancer incidence and mortality in the county and breast cancer screening $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) County of San Diego for a public health information management system $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Diabetic Amputation Prevention Foundation, Inglewood for health care screening and culturally appropriate educational materials about diabetes and cardiovascular care for African American men $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Kaweah Delta Hospital Foundation, Visalia, for a comprehensive asthma management program $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Roberts Family Development Center, Sacramento for programs to reduce the risk of chronic diseases, particularly cancer, heart disease, and obesity $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) St. Joseph's Medical Center, Stockton for facilities and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) St. Mary Medical Center Foundation, Long Beach for the Well Woman Outreach, and Education Program focusing on chronic disease community outreach, education, and support $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) West San Gabriel Valley YMCA, San Gabriel for an initiative to combat obesity $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) - Research & Demonstration Health Improvement Partnership of Santa Cruz County, Scotts Valley to treat uninsured patients $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) - Research & Demonstration Hope Through Housing Foundation, Rancho Cucamonga for the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) in Fontana $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services AltaMed Health Services Corporation, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment for clinics in East Los Angeles and El Monte $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services AltaMed Health Services, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment for three clinics in Santa Ana $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services California Health and Human Services Agency, Sacramento for the cord blood collection program $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Children's Hospital of Orange County, Mission Viejo for facilities and equipment $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Chinatown Service Center, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Chinese Hospital, San Francisco for facilities and equipment $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services City and County of San Francisco for facilities and equipment for San Francisco General Hospital $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services City of San Jose for facilities and equipment for a homeless medical respite care program $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Clinica Msr. Oscar A. Romero, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment $119,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Community Hospital of San Bernardino, San Bernardino for facilities and equipment $266,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services County of San Diego for facilities and equipment at Edgemoor Hospital $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services County of San Joaquin Health Care Services Agency, French Camp for facilities and equipment $176,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services County of San Mateo for facilities and equipment $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services County of Santa Clara, San Jose for facilities and equipment for the mammography unit at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center $404,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services County of Santa Clara, San Jose for facilities and equipment for the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Emergency Room $233,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Dominican Hospital, Santa Cruz for facilities and equipment $262,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Ed Roberts Campus, Berkeley, for construction, renovation and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services El Proyecto del Barrio, Arleta for facilities and equipment $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Family Health Centers of San Diego for facilities and equipment $428,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Frank R. Howard Memorial Hospital, Willits for facilities and equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Glendale YWCA, Glendale for facilities and equipment $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Glide Foundation, San Francisco for facilities and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Henry Mayo Kewhall Memorial Hospital, Valencia for facilities and equipment $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment $67,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Huntington Beach Community Clinic, Huntington Beach for an electronic medical records initiative $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Inland Behavioral and Health Services, Inc., San Bernardino for facilities and equipment $714,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services JWCH Institute, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment for a mobile medical unit $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services JWCH Institute, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment to construct a community health center $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach for facilities and equipment $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Los Angeles Southwest College, Los Angeles for facilities and equipment $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Methodist Hospital of Southern California, Arcadia for facilities and equipment $904,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Modoc Frontier Healthcare Coalition, Alturas for facilities and equipment $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Northeast Valley Health Corporation, San Fernando for facilities and equipment $86,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Peralta Community College District, Oakland for facilities and equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Placer County for facilities and equipment at the Children's Health Center/Emergency Shelter $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Prescott-Joseph Center for Community Enhancement, Oakland for facilities and equipment $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Rancho Santiago Community College District, Santa Ana for facilities and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Riverside Community College District, Riverside for purchase of equipment $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Riverside County Regional Medical Center, Moreno Valley for facilities and equipment $523,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services San Antonio Community Hospital, Upland for purchase of equipment $761,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, San Francisco, for facilities and equipment $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services San Francisco State University, San Francisco for health professions training $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services San Luis Obispo County, San Luis Obispo for facilities and equipment $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services San Ysidro Health Center for facilities and equipment $309,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation, Grass Valley for an electronic medical records initiative $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Sonoma County Department of Health, Santa Rosa for facilities and equipment $381,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services St. Francis Medical Center Foundation, Lynwood for health professions training $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services St. Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco for facilities and equipment $428,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services St. Joseph Hospital, Eureka for facilities and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services St. Mary's Medical Center-San Francisco for facilities and equipment $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Vanguard University, Costa Mesa for facilities and equipment at the Academic Center for Science, Nursing and Technology $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Venice Family Clinic, Santa Monica for facilities and equipment $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Victor Valley Community Hospital, Victorville for purchase of equipment $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services Vista Community Clinic, Vista for facilities and equipment $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - Health Facilities and Services WestCare California, Fresno for facilities and equipment $381,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health City and County of San Francisco Department of Health, San Francisco for supportive services for the Direct Access to Housing program $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health City of Berkeley for mental health screening, assessment, referral, and treatment for young children ages 0 - 5 $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health City of San Diego, to address the risks of homelessness, violence and drug abuse among returning veterans $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health Pacific Clinics, Arcadia for mental health and suicide prevention programs for Latina youth $466,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health Ventura County Sheriff's Office, Ventura for training programs related to the mentally ill $219,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health Village of Childhelp West, Beaumont to expand mental health treatment of severely abused and neglected children $714,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health Fighting Back Partnership, Vallejo for an intervention program targeting elementary and high school students who are at risk for substance abuse and misuse $333,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Substance Abuse Prevention National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse, Inc., Los Angeles for the development of a comprehensive Asian American and Pacific Islander substance abuse information clearinghouse and resource center $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health Sonoma County Department of Health, Santa Rosa for partnerships with senior service providers for alcohol and drug abuse prevention and education in the senior population $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Substance Abuse Prevention YMCA of the East Bay, Richmond for substance abuse prevention activities $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Substance Abuse Treatment Metro Homeless Youth Services of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, to expand services for homeless youth with substance abuse problems $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Mental Health Operation SafeHouse: SafeHouse of the Desert, Thousand Palms for a substance abuse treatment program $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Health & Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Substance Abuse Treatment Unity Fellowship of Christ Church, Los Angeles for behavioral health services related to HIV/AIDS transmission and chemical dependency $133,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) City of East Palo Alto for job training services and summer job opportunities $476,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) City of Hawthorne/South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Hawthorne for its Bridge-to-Work program $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) City of Oakland, for the Oakland Green lobs Initiative $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) City of Palmdale for training at the Business Resource Network $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) City of San Jose for its Workplace Literacy Initiative $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) City of Santa Ana, for employment and job training services $714,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) COPE Health Solutions, Los Angeles for its RN Reentry nurse training program $86,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Cultural Heritage Foundation of Southern California, Los Angeles for job training in construction-focused preservation techniques $52,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Cypress Mandela Training Center, Oakland for construction industry skills training and related services $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) EastSide Arts Alliance, Oakland for training of youth for jobs in alternative energy, environmental restoration and the arts $143,000
Labor-HHS-Education Oepartrnent of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Los Angeles Conservation Corps, Los Angeles for workforce development services $48,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Los Angeles County Community Development Commission, Monterey Park for computer literacy training and job placement for public housing residents $200,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) San Bernardino National Forest Association, San Bernardino for training of youth in conservation-related work $114,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council, San Diego for training of at-risk youth and recently separated veterans $309,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) San Francisco Department of Economic and Workforce Development, San Francisco, for the Green Jobs Workforce Development Training Pilot project $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Santa Clara County Valley Transportation Agency, San Jose for its Joint Workforce Investment Transit Academy training program $214,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Southern Sudanese Community Center, San Diego for job counseling and training of at-risk youth $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Tierra del Sol Foundation, Sunland for a community service workforce preparation initiative $162,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Women's Economic Ventures, Santa Barbara for en-trepreneurship training $190,000
Labor-HHS-Education Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (ETA) - Training & Employment Services (TES) Wounded Marine Careers Foundation, San Diego for a veterans training employment initiative $285,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries Autry National Center for the American West, Los Angeles for exhibits and equipment $167,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose, San Jose for educational programs $119,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries City of Chula Vista for library services and collection materials $95,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries City of Imperial for library services and collection materials $57,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art and Science, Fresno for educational programs $238,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries Los Angeles Public Library Administration, Los Angeles for educational programs $43,000
Labor-HHS-Education Institute of Museum & Library Services Museums & Libraries San Bernardino County for exhibits at the San Bernard County Museum $333,000




Interior, Environment

BLM

Management of Lands and Resources

This Bill provides:

$6,000,000 for actions to secure, seal, and remediate hazards from known mine openings

An amount up to $1,500,000 may be used for discovery and inventory

An additional $4,600,000 for the native plant materials development program

An increase of $5,100,000 for drug enforcement on public lands

An increase of $1,000,000 for activities related to southwest border problems

$7,797,000 for the Healthy Lands Initiative, including $750,000 in soil, water and air management, $2,586,000 in rangeland management, $150,000 in forestry management, $867,000 in riparian management, $2,602,000 in wildlife management, $292,000 in fisheries management, and $550,000 in the threatened and endangered species activity

$3,000,000 to continue cost share activities as in the past, including $1,917,000 in wildlife management, $246,000 in fisheries management, $246,000 in threatened and endangered species, $345,000 in rangeland management, and $246,000 in riparian management

Construction

This Bill provides:

$1,500,000 for the California National Historic Trail visitor center in Nevada

$600,000 for the King Range National Conservation Area

Range Improvements

This Bill provides:

An indefinite appropriation of not less than $10,000,000 to be derived from public lands receipts and Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act lands grazing receipts

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Ecological Services

This Bill provides:

$10,458,000 for critical habitat and $8,808,000 for listing

$105,055,000 for Habitat Conservation

$725,000 for new activities for bald and golden eagle protection

National Wildlife Refuge System

This Bill provides:

$450,000 for the oceans and coastal frontiers initiative, increases of $15,500,000 for wildlife and habitat management, $1,000,000 for the invasive species program, and $1,000,000 for the challenge cost share program

Fisheries

This Bill provides:

$500,000 for freshwater mussel recovery conducted at national fish hatcheries, and $350,000 for sea otters and pacific marine mammals. A $350,000 increase is provided for annual maintenance activities

Other Funds and Programs

This Bill provides:

$14,100,000 for payments to counties authorized by the National Wildlife Refuge Fund

$42,647,000, as requested, for the North American Wetlands Conservation Fund

$4,750,000 for Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation

$10,000,000 for the Multinational Species Conservation Fund

$75,000,000 for State and Tribal Wildlife Grants

National Parks Service

Park Support

This Bill provides:

$11,000,000 for the National Trail System

$1,750,000 for the Wild and Scenic Rivers

$96,555,000 provided in the bill for the U.S. Park Police

Youth Programs

This Bill provides:

$3,000,000 of funding in this account for projects to be carried out by the YCC program

$3,000,000 for projects carried out by the PLC

Grants

This Bill provides:

$5,600,000 for grants under the statutory and contractual aid program. CA programs are listed in the Congressionally Designated Projects chart.

Other Programs

This Bill provides:

$69,500,000 for the Historic Preservation Fund

$1,000,000 for the national cooperative geographic information system mapping program

$500,000 for California sea floor mapping

$3,000,000 for the earthquakes portion of the multi-hazards initiative

$497,000 to continue the Lake Champlain basin .toxic materials study

$750,000 for the Healthy Lands Initiative

$500,000 to maintain the San Francisco salt ponds restoration science

$10,000,000 is for the National Global Warming and Wildlife Science Center

$3,000,000 is to implement required geological and biological carbon sequestration studies

National Global Warming and Wildlife Science Center will receive $2,500,000 to complete establishment of the Center

Construction

$60,062,000 for Construction

Materials Management Service

Programs

This Bill provides:

$1,000,000 above the request to support the alternative energy program

$900,000 to continue the Center for Marine Resources and Environmental Technology project, MS

$6,303,000 for oil spill research

An increase of $1,000,000 in environmental protection to assist the State regulatory programs

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Tribal Government and Related Programs

$5,000,000 to partially restore the welfare assistance program

$263,000 to restore the Western Shoshone Claims program

$1,713,000 for the Timber Fish and Wildlife program

Education

This Bill provides:

The funds provided for tribal technical colleges are for the Navajo Technical College $2,000,000

United Tribes Technical College $4,000,000

$375,000,000 in ISEP Formula Funds

$50,500,000 for Student Transportation

$59,321,000 for Tribal Colleges and Universities

$29,663,000 for Scholarships and Adult Education

$6,000,000 for Tribal Technical Colleges

Community and Economic Development

Within the funds for Community and Economic Development, there is $11,864,000 for job placement and training programs, $3,893,000 for economic development, which includes $400,000 for the ironworkers training program and $26,046,000 for road maintenance

Guaranteed Loans

$8,186,000 for the Indian Guaranteed Loan Program Account

EPA

Programs, Grants and Research

This Bill provides:

$3,951,000 is for the CASTNET Program and no less than $8,000,000 is for implementation of the Renewable Fuels Standard required by the Energy Independence and Security Act

$15,137,000 is for the Water Security Initiative

$18,365,000 is for Global Change Research, of which $2,000,000 is directed to study Greenhouse Gas mitigation and adaptation strategies

$47,283,000 is for Drinking Water Research, of which $2,000,000 is directed to continue research on the effects of carbon sequestration on groundwater sources

$14,863,000 is for Computational Toxicology

$11,002,000 for Endocrine Disruptor research

$9,887,000 for Research: Fellowship

$153,342,000 for Research: Human Health and Ecosystems

$1,000,000 is to restore the Sunwise program

$1,200,000 is to restore the Smart Growth Program to the enacted level

$50,000,000 is for the Energy Star Program

$6,500,000 is to promulgate and begin implementing the Greenhouse Gas reporting rule

$63,000,000 is directed to LUST Cooperative Agreements and $35,500,000 to the Underground Storage Tank grants

$218,495,000 for pollution control grants

Infrastructure

$1,873,609,000 is provided for EPA infrastructure projects

Congressionally Designated Projects

Bill Bill Section Bill Subsection Project Description Amount Allocated
Interior Bureau of Land Management Construction King Range National Conservation Area - Paradise Ridge Mountain Bike Trail $600,000
Interior Bureau of Land Management Land Acquisition Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument $1,300,000
Interior Bureau of Land Management Land Acquisition Upper Sacramento River Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) $2,200,000
Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Construction Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex - San Francisco Bay salt pond restoration and levee maintenance $4,000,000
Interior Fish and Wildlife Service Land Acquisition San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge $900,000
Interior National Park Service Statutory or Contractual Aid Angel Island Immigration Station $1,250,000
Interior National Park Service Statutory or Contractual Aid Yosemite schools ( P.L. 109-131) $400,000
Interior National Park Service Save America's Treasures Mission San Carlos, Carmel $650,000
Interior National Park Service Save America's Treasures Shipyard 3 Historic District, Richmond $150,000
Interior National Park Service Construction California Nat'l Parks (mines) $680,000
Interior National Park Service Construction Golden Gate Nat'l Rec Area (Pt. Bonita) $1,600,000
Interior National Park Service Construction Joshua Tree National Park Visitor Center $300,000
Interior National Park Service Construction Manzanar Nat'l Historic Site (barracks) $900,000
Interior National Park Service Construction Yosemite Nat'l Park (tunnel) $800,000
Interior National Park Service Land Acquisition Golden Gate National Recreation Area $4,000,000
Interior National Park Service Land Acquisition Whiskeytown National Recreation Area $460,000
Interior U.S. Geological Survey Surveys, Investigations & Research CA seafloor mapping $500,000
Interior U.S. Geological Survey Surveys, Investigations & Research Salt Ponds restoration $500,000
Interior U.S. Geological Survey Surveys, Investigations & Research San Diego Formation aquifer mapping $900,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency Science & Technology Southwest Consortium for Environmental Research and Policy $1,000,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Programs and Management San Francisco Bay Restoration Grants $5,000,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG - Other Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard remediation $8,000,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG - Other California Emission Reduction Grants $15,000,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Big Bear Lake Department of Water and Power, Water System Infrastructure Improvements $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Borrego Water District, Borrego Springs Pipeline Feasibility Study $275,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Alhambra, Main Line Sewer Replacement $240,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Arcadia, Arcadia and Sierra Madre Joint Water Infrastructure Improvement $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Barstow, Sewer Master Plan Implementation Phase II $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Compton, Water Resources Project $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of East Palo Alto for the East Palo Alto water supply improvement project $1,100,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of El Monte, Garvey Storm Drain Reconstruction Project $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Eureka for the Martin Slough interceptor project $900,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Gait, Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade $275,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Garden Grove, Yockey/Newland Storm Drain (Phase 1) $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Hemet, Hemet/San Jacinto Basin Groundwater Management Plan $275,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Lawndale, Firmona Avenue Storm Drain Construction $350,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Maywood, Maywood Neighborhood Sewer Improvement Project $400,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Norco, Norco Water Treatment Plant Improvements $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Pomona, Pomona Groundwater Cleanup in Chino Basin Wells $400,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Sacramento, Combined Sewer System Improvement $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of San Diego for the La Jolla Ecological Reserve storm drain overflow control project $900,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of San Joaquin, Wastewater Treatment Facility $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of San Jose, Japantown Sewer Infrastructure $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project City of Vallejo, Mare Island Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Joshua Basin Water District, Joshua Basin Water District Recharge System $300,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Los Angeles County Department of Public Works for the Antelope Valley recycled water improvement project $900,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Orange County Sanitation District, OCSD Secondary Treatment Upgrades $300,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project San Bernardino Municipal Water District for the Inland Empire alternative water supply project $500,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Civic Center Sustainable District Water Related Projects $1,000,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Smith River Rancheria for wastewater infrastructure $900,000
Interior Environmental Protection Agency STAG Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Project Ventura County Public Works Agency for the El Rio Forebay project $900,000
Interior US Forest Service State & Private Forestry California Small Forest Products Business Assistance $1,700,000
Interior US Forest Service Capital Improvement and Maintenance (construction) Keenwild Wildfire Helicopter Base Upgrades $600,000
Interior US Forest Service Land Acquisition Angeles National Forest $2,000,000
Interior US Forest Service Land Acquisition Cleveland National Forest $3,000,000
Interior US Forest Service Land Acquisition Los Padres National Forest $1,000,000
Interior US Forest Service Land Acquisition Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail $500,000
Interior US Forest Service Land Acquisition Tahoe and El Dorado National Forests $2,500,000
Interior US Forest Service Wildland Fire Management Lake Tahoe Community Fire Protection Project $5,000,000




Transportation, Housing and Urban Development

Transportation

Administration

This Bill provides

Immediate Office of the Secretary $2,400,000

Immediate Office of the Deputy Secretary 759,000

Office ofthe General Counsel 19,838,000

Office of the Under Secretary for Transportation Policy 10,1 07,000

Office ofthe Assistant Secretary for Budget and Programs 10,200,000

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Governmental Affairs 2,400,000

Office ofthe Assistant Secretary for Administration 26,000,000

Office of Public Affairs .2,020,000

Office ofthe Executive Secretariat 1,595,000

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization 1,369,000

Office of Intelligence, Security, and Emergency Response 8,675,000

Office of the Chief Information Officer 12,885,000

Facilities and Equipment

This Bill provides:

$2,742,095,000 for FAA facilities and equipment

Program, Research and Other

This Bill provides:
$18,300,000 for transportation planning, research and development

$128,094,000 for working capital fund activities

$912,000 for the minority business center program

$70,000,000 for payments to air carriers

$9,042,467,000 for operations of the Federal Aviation Administration

$44,900,000 is included for the FAA advanced technology development and prototyping program

FAA's WAAS program is funded at $92,570,000

$171,000,000 for the FAA's research, engineering, and development activities

$8,000,000 under the obligation limitation to continue the small community air service development pilot

(SCASDP) program

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to $390,000,000

Federal-aid highways program to $40,700,000,000

$234,000,000 for the operating expenses of and motor carrier safety research by the Federal

The bill provides a liquidating cash appropriation and a limitation on obligations of

$127,000,000 from the general fund for highway and traffic safety activities

$4,180,000 for the National Highway fuel economy program

$10,393,000 for New Car Assessment Program

$18,077,000 for safety assurance (enforcement) activities

$43,609,000 for various highway safety programs

$1,653,000 for pedestrian, bicycle, and pupil transportation activities

$58,518,000 for highway research and analysis

$475,000 to continue research into the possible safety benefits of lightweight plastics and composite intensive vehicles and to help facilitate a foundation of cooperation between DOT, the Department of Energy, and industry stakeholders for the development of safety-centered approaches for future lightweight automotive design

$90,000,000 for capital assistance to states for inner city passenger rail services

$25,000,000 for the rail line relocation and improvement program

$550,000,000 in operating grants to Amtrak

$94,413,000 for the administrative expenses of the Federal Transit Administration

$750,000 to fund local community efforts to demonstrate innovative and effective solutions to enhance mobility for older adults

$67,000,000 from the General Fund for FTA's research activities

$1,809,250,000 from the General Fund for capital investment grants

$28,506,000 for Emergency Preparedness Grants

$27,000,000 for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS)

Housing and Urban Development

Administration

This Bill provides:

$527,433,640 for the administrative functions of the Department

Immediate office of the Secretary and Deputy Secretary $3,385,581

Office of Hearings and Appeals 1,613,898

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization 544,552

Immediate Office of the Chief Financial Officer 720,343

Immediate Office of the General Counsel 1,516,800

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations 2,715,488

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs 2,586,721

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration 1,005,120

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Affairs 1,620,655

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Community and Planning Development 1,707,499

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Housing, Federal Housing Commissioner 3,778,560

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research 1,431,212

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity 691,027

Programs and Funds

This Bill provides:

$16,817,000,000 for all tenant-based Section 8 activities under the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Account

$2,450,000,000 for the Public Housing Capital Fund

$4,455,000,000 for the Public Housing Operating Fund

$120,000,000 for the Revitalization of Severely Distressed Public Housing program (HOPE VI)

$310,000,000 for Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)

$26,000,000 for rural housing and economic development

$3,900,000,000 for the Community Development Fund

$6,000,000 for costs associated with section 108 loan guarantees

$10,000,000 for the Brown fields Redevelopment program

$1,825,000,000 for the Home Investment Partnerships Program

$64,000,000 for the Self-Help Assisted Home Ownership Program

$1,677,000,000 for Homeless Assistance Grants

$3,000,000 for research on homeless issues

$7,100,000,000 for project-based rental assistance activities

$765,000,000 for the section 202 program

$250,000,000 for the Section 811 program

$65,000,000 for Housing Counseling Assistance

$27,600,000 for Section 236 payments to State- aided, non-insured projects
$58,000,000 for research and technology

$23,000,000 is provided for Section 107 grants to academic institutions

$2,000,000 for research in the development of technology and materials designed to benefit disaster prone areas

$53,500,000 for Fair Housing Programs

$140,000,000 for the Lead Hazard Reduction program

$224,000,000 for· the Working Capital Fund (WCF)

$50,000,000 to continue the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling program

Congressionally Designated Projects

Bill Bill Section Bill Subsection Project Description Amount Allocated
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Airport Improvement Program French Valley Airport, Feasibility Study $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Alternatives Analysis SMART Preliminary Engineering $427,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Alternatives Analysis Telegraph Avenue/International Boulevard/E.Hth Street Bus Rapid Transit Corridor in Alameda County $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, Orange County $2,612,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Bus Replacement, Culver City $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Bus Replacement/Expansion (Alternative Fuel), Solano County $760,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Bus Shelters, Bellflower $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Clean Ait Buses, City of Cerritos $190,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Clean Air Buses, City of Paramount $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities East County Bus Maintenance and Paratransit Facility, El Cajon $261,250
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Ed Roberts Campus Intermodal Facility, Berkeley $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Fairfield Transportation Center $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Glassell Park Transit Pavilion, Los Angeles $190,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Gold Coast Transit Maintenance and Operations Facility, Oxnard $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Historic Filipinotown Bus Security Lights, Los Angeles $62,700
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Intermodal Station, Vacaville $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities La Cienega Intermodal Center, Los Angeles $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Los Angeles Southwest College Western Transit Center, Los Angeles $712,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Zero Emissions Bus Demonstration Project, Los Angeles County $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Monrovia Transit Village Improvements $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Monterey Salinas Transit Bus Refinancing $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities MTOC Clean Fuel Bus Purchases and Facility Enhancements $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Multi-modal Transit Centers, Riverside and Corona $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Transportation Center Improvements, Santa Fe Springs $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Palmdale Transportation Center Metrolink Platform Extension $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Purchase Clean Fuel Buses for Long Beach Transit $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Purchase CNG Buses for Foothill Transit $1,187,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Regional Bus Replacement, San Diego $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Santa Cruz Metro Smart Fare Payment System $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Santa Maria Intermodal Transportation Center, Santa Maria $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Senior Center Clean Fuel/Hybrid Transit Bus, City of South El Monte $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Sunline Bus and Bus Facilities, Thousand Palms $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Transit Station Expansion Project (Metrolink Parking Lot), Rialto $285,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Tri-Delta Transit Park and Ride Lots, Eastern Contra Costa County $641,250
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Buses and Bus Facilities Union City Intermodal Phase II - Commuter Rail Connection, Union City, Alameda County $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants AC Transit BRT Corridor $4,000,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants livermore-Amador BRT, Livermore $7,990,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants Metro Gold line Eastside Extension, Los Angeles $81,600,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants Metro Rapid Bus System Gap Closure, Los Angeles $332,620
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants Mid-City Rapid, San Diego $19,485,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants Perris Valley Line, Riverside $45,000,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants San Francisco Muni Third St. Light Rail-Central Subway Project $10,000,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants South Sacramento Light Rail Extension $7,000,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants Van Ness BRT Project, San Francisco $400,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Capital Investment Grants Wiishire Blvd Bus-Only Lane, Los Angeles $9,857,097
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Facilities and Equipment (FAA) Glide Slope Runway 36L, Napa County Airport $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) Bald Hill Slide Mitigation, Hoopa Reservation $712,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) Forest Highway 171 Widening, Butte County $998,450
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) Fort Baker Transportation Upgrades $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) Needles Highway, Needles $3,800,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) Presidio Transportation Demand Management Project, San Francisco $712,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) South Access to the Golden Gate Bridge, Doyle Drive, City and County of San Francisco $2,612,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Federal Lands (Public Lands Highways) State Route 88 Pine Grove Corridor Improvement Project, Amador County $180,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Ferry Boats and Terminal Facilities Berkeley/Albany Ferry Service in CA $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Ferry Boats and Terminal Facilities Larkspur Ferry Terminal Parking Improvements $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Grade Crossings on Designated High Speed Rail Corridors Alameda Corridor East Grade Separations $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Grade Crossings on Designated High Speed Rail Corridors San Gabriel Trench Grade Separation Project- Alameda Corridor East Constructing Authority $1,235,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Encinitas Blvd/lnterstate 5 Interchange Environmental Review $285,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Environmental Design, ROW Acquisition and Project Report for the l-215/University Parkway Project, San Bernadino $508,250
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary I-10 at Grove Avenue and Fourth Street Interchange and Grove Avenue Corridor, Ontario $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary l-10/Cherry and l-10/Citms Interchanges Reconstruction, San Bernardino $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary l-10/Ramon Road/Bob Hope Interchange Improvements $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary l-15/Railroad Canyon Road Interchange ROW acquisition, Lake Elsinore $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary l-205/Lammers Road Interchange Improvements, Tracy $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary l-280/l-880/Stevens Creek Interchange Project, San Jose $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary I-405 Cherry Ramp Improvements $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary I-580 HOV Lanes, Alameda County $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary I-710 Atlantic Blvd/Bandini Blvd On and Off-Ramp Interchange Modifications, Vernon $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Interchange at I-5 and French Camp Road, and Arch-Sperry Road Construction, Stockton $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Interstate 805 Managed Lanes $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Ranchero Road Corridor Project, Hesperia $650,750
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Rancho Cucamonga 115/Baseline Rd. Interchange $712,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary San Diego Freeway (I-405) Widening and Improvement $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary San Diego Freeway (I-5) Widening and Improvement $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary SR-56 Connectors and I-5 Widening $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary SR-91 Congestion Relief Project, Orange County $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Interstate Maintenance Discretionary Wilmington Avenue Interchange Modification at the I-405 Freeway $712,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Rail Line Relocation and Improvement Program Intermodal Terminal Facility and Track Railroad Relocation, Sacramento $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Rail Line Relocation and Improvement Program Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco $1,900,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Alameda Corridor East Grade Separations, Riverside County $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Alameda Corridor East Grade Separations, San Gabriel Valley $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Assessment of Transit-Oriented Development Along Phase II of the Gold Line Foothill Extension, Monrovia $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Avenue 52 Grade Separation, over Union Pacific Railroad tracks and Grapefruit Blvd, Coachella $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Cesar Chavez Blvd/Calexico-West Port of Entry Congestion Improvements $2,850,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Garfield Avenue at Slauson Avenue Intersection, Commerce $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Harhey Way Roadway Improvements $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Intersection Modernization, Synchronization, and Re-pavement, Bell $427,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Lenwood Road Grade Separation Project $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Potrero Boulevard/SR 60 Interchange, Beaumont $855,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Rancho Vista Blvd (Ave P) Project, Palmdale $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities Santa Clarita Cross Valley Connector, Santa Clarita $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Surface Transportation Priorities SR-91 Improvements, Orange and Riverside Counties $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Terminal Air Traffic Facilities San Francisco $500,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Antonio Parkway Rehabilitation, Rancho Santa Margarita $95,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Aten Road and Old County Road 111 Improvements, Imperial County $712,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Bluff Top Park Improvements $95,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Branham Lane/Monterey Highway Rail Grade Separation, San Jose $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Central Expressway Auxiliary Lanes $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation City of San Fernando Downtown Realization Project $285,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Economic Development/Revitalization of the Rosecrans Corridor $190,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Encinas Creek/Pacific Coast Highway 101 Bridge Replacement $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Golden Gate Bridge Moveable Median Barrier, San Francisco $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Heim Bridge Replacement, Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Hwy 50/Missouri Flat - Western Placerville Interchange Improvement/Weber Creek Bridge Upgrade $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation I-80 Intermodal Corridor Study - Oakland to Utah Stateline, UT $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation International Drive Ertension/Folsom South Canal Bridge $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Lemon Grove Lighting Project $285,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Light Rail Corridor Improvements Study, Chula Vista $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Los Banos Bypass on State Route 152 $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Transit Oriented Development Project $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Park Street Pedestrian Safety Transportation Improvements, Arameda $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Shoal Creek Pedestrian Bridge $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Sidewalk Construction in Ashland and Cherryland $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation SR 23/US 101 Freeway Interchange Project $427,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation SR-47 Port Access Expressway $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation SR89 Mousehole Improvement Project, Truckee $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation State Route 180 East $1,330,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation State Route 71 expansion from SR-60 to I-10, Pomona $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation State Routes 52 and 67 Interchange Improvements $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Sun Valley Lighting Project $285,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Traffic Signal Modernization, City of Lakewood $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Veterans Boulevard Project, Fresno County $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Transportation, Community, and System Preservation West Vista Way Widening (from Melrose Drive to the east of Thunder Drive), Vista $570,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Bill Wilson Center in Santa Clara for purchasing a building and rehabilitation $213,750
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Boys and Girls Club of East County for construction of a gymnasium and renovation of existing facilities $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Butte County, Oroville for construction of the Oroville Veterans Memorial Park $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Calexico Neighborhood House Community Center, Calexico for planning, construction, and expansion of community center $190,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City and County of San Francisco for construction of permanent supportive housing $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Citrus Heights for the cost of new ADA-compliant infrastructure $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Fullerton for renovation and construction of facilities for a Boys and Girls Club $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Huntington Beach for construction of a larger senior center that meets the needs of the projected increase in the city's population $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Huntington Park for upgrades to park amenities to comply with ADA requirements $95,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Indio for development of a local community center $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Lawndale for design, planning, demolition and pre-construction of Community Center $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Long Beach for demolition and renovation in Ramona Park $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Merced for restoration of the Merced Theatre $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of San Clemente for construction of the Coastal Trail $285,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives City of Santa Paula for repair and expansion of public athletic facilities and gathering areas at Teague Park $118,750
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Coachella Valley Association of Governments for the Coachella Valley Homeless Multi-Service Center $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives County of San Mateo, Redwood City for construction of a receiving home at County's Youth Services Center $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives County of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara for construction and renovation of the Lompoc Veterans Building $807,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Covenant House California, Los Angeles for design and construction of a homeless youth shelter $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Hillview Acres Children's Home for construction and improvements to facilities $95,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Housing Trust of Santa Clara County, San Jose for the Low Income Downpayment Assistance Program, a revolving loan fund $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Japanese American Museum of San Jose in San Jose for construction of a new museum $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Japanese Community Youth Council, San Francisco for renovation of a youth development facility $142,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation, Los Angeles for planning, design, renovation and construction of facilities and landscaping at Charles White Park in Altadena $190,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Metro Homeless Youth Services of Los Angeles, Los Angeles for construction and renovation of a space into an emergency shelter $332,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Northridge Hospital Foundation, Northridge for demolition and redesign of an existing space to house a center to serve the victims of sexual assault $237,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Orange County Great Park Corporation for improvements to the Orange County Great Park $475,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives Para Ids Ninos, Los Angeles for renovation of Para Los Ninos child development center $380,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, San Francisco for Hunters Point Affordable Housing $950,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives The Unity Council, Oakland for renovation of the Fruitvale Masonic Temple into a Cultural and Performing Arts Center in Oakland $190,000
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives West Valley Community Services in Cupertino for construction of a satellite office $261,250
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Economic Development Initiatives YMCA of San Diego East County for construction of the McGrath Family YMCA $118,750
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Neighborhood Initiatives Center for Creative Land Recycling, San Francisco for technical assistance related to redevelopment project, including environmental project scoping and feasibility $427,500
Transportation and Housing & Urban Development Neighborhood Initiatives National Community Renaissance, Rancho Cucamonga for acquisition, rehabilitation and preservation of at-risk affordable housing $950,000

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