Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2009/Division A/Title IX

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== TITLE IX — DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT ==

Contents

Subtitle A—Department of Defense Management[edit]

SEC. 901. PLAN REQUIRED FOR PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES.[edit]

(a) Requirement for Plan— The commander of the special operations command, in consultation with the secretaries of the military departments, shall prepare and submit to the Secretary of Defense a plan relating to personnel management of special operations forces.
(b) Matters Covered— The plan under subsection (a) shall address the following:
(1) Coordination among the military departments in order to enhance the manpower management and improve overall readiness of special operations forces.
(2) Coordination by the commander of the special operations command with the Secretaries of the military departments in order to better execute his responsibility to maintain readiness of special operations forces, including in the areas of accessions, assignments, compensation, promotions, professional development, retention, sustainment, and training.
(c) Submission of Plan to Congressional Defense Committees— Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit the plan required under subsection (a) to the congressional defense committees, together with such additional comments as the Secretary and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff consider appropriate.

SEC. 902. DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL ENERGY PLANS AND PROGRAMS.[edit]

(a) Establishment of Position; Duties— Chapter 4 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by inserting after section 139a the following new section:
``Sec. 139b. Director of Operational Energy Plans and Programs
``(a) Appointment— There is a Director of Operational Energy Plans and Programs in the Department of Defense (in this section referred to as the ``Director´´), appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Director shall be appointed without regard to political affiliation and solely on the basis of fitness to perform the duties of the office of Director.
``(b) Duties— The Director shall—
``(1) provide leadership and facilitate communication regarding, and conduct oversight to manage and be accountable for, operational energy plans and programs within the Department of Defense and the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps;
``(2) establish the operational energy strategy;
``(3) coordinate and oversee planning and program activities of the Department of Defense and the Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Marine Corps related to—
``(A) implementation of the operational energy strategy;
``(B) the consideration of operational energy demands in defense planning, requirements, and acquisition processes; and
``(C) research and development investments related to operational energy demand and supply technologies; and
``(4) monitor and review all operational energy initiatives in the Department of Defense.
``(c) Principal Advisor for Operational Energy Plans and Programs— (1) The Director is the principal adviser to the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense regarding operational energy plans and programs and the principal policy official within the senior management of the Department of Defense regarding operational energy plans and programs.
``(2) The Director may communicate views on matters related to operational energy plans and programs and the operational energy strategy required by subsection (d) directly to the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense without obtaining the approval or concurrence of any other official within the Department of Defense.
``(d) Operational Energy Strategy— (1) The Director shall be responsible for the establishment and maintenance of a department-wide transformational strategy for operational energy. The strategy shall establish near-term, mid-term, and long-term goals, performance metrics to measure progress in meeting the goals, and a plan for implementation of the strategy within the military departments, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and Defense Agencies.
``(2) Not later than 90 days after the date on which the Director is first appointed, the Secretary of each of the military departments shall designate a senior official within each armed force under the jurisdiction of the Secretary who will be responsible for operational energy plans and programs for that armed force. The officials shall be responsible for coordinating with the Director and implementing initiatives pursuant to the strategy with regard to that official's armed force.
``(3) By authority of the Secretary of Defense, the Director shall prescribe policies and procedures for the implementation of the strategy. The Director shall provide guidance to, and consult with, the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Secretaries of the military departments, and the officials designated under paragraph (2) with respect to specific operational energy plans and programs to be carried out pursuant to the strategy.
``(4) The initial strategy shall be submitted to the congressional defense committees not later than 180 days after the date on which the Director is first appointed. Subsequent updates to the strategy shall be submitted to the congressional defense committees as soon as practicable after the modifications to the strategy are made.
``(e) Budgetary and Financial Matters— (1) The Director shall review and make recommendations to the Secretary of Defense regarding all budgetary and financial matters relating to the operational energy strategy.
``(2) The Secretary of Defense shall require that the Secretary of each military department and the head of each Defense Agency with responsibility for executing activities associated with the strategy transmit their proposed budget for those activities for a fiscal year to the Director for review before submission of the proposed budget to the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
``(3) The Director shall review a proposed budget transmitted under paragraph (2) for a fiscal year and, not later than January 31 of the preceding fiscal year, shall submit to the Secretary of Defense a report containing the comments of the Director with respect to the proposed budget, together with the certification of the Director regarding whether the proposed budget is adequate for implementation of the strategy.
``(4) Not later than 10 days after the date on which the budget for a fiscal year is submitted to Congress pursuant to section 1105 of title 31, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a report on the proposed budgets for that fiscal year that the Director has not certified under paragraph (3). The report shall include the following:
``(A) A discussion of the actions that the Secretary proposes to take, together with any recommended legislation that the Secretary considers appropriate, to address the inadequacy of the proposed budgets.
``(B) Any additional comments that the Secretary considers appropriate regarding the inadequacy of the proposed budgets.
``(5) The report required by paragraph (4) shall also include a separate statement of estimated expenditures and requested appropriations for that fiscal year for the activities of the Director in carrying out the duties of the Director.
``(f) Access to Initiative Results and Records— (1) The Secretary of a military department shall submit to the Director the results of all studies and initiatives conducted by the military department in connection with the operational energy strategy.
``(2) The Director shall have access to all records and data in the Department of Defense (including the records and data of each military department) necessary in order to permit the Director to carry out the duties of the Director.
``(g) Staff— The Director shall have a dedicated professional staff of military and civilian personnel in a number sufficient to enable the Director to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the Director.
``(h) Definitions— In this section:
``(1) OPERATIONAL ENERGY— The term ``operational energy´´ means the energy required for training, moving, and sustaining military forces and weapons platforms for military operations. The term includes energy used by tactical power systems and generators and weapons platforms.
``(2) OPERATIONAL ENERGY STRATEGY— The terms ``operational energy strategy´´ and ``strategy´´ mean the operational energy strategy developed under subsection (d).´´.
(b) Clerical Amendment— The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by inserting after the item relating to section 139a the following new item:
``139b. Director of Operational Energy Plans and Programs.´´.

SEC. 903. CORROSION CONTROL AND PREVENTION EXECUTIVES FOR THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS.[edit]

(a) Requirement to Designate Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive— Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Assistant Secretary of each military department with responsibility for acquisition, technology, and logistics shall designate an employee of the military department as the corrosion control and prevention executive. Such executive shall be the senior official in the department with responsibility for coordinating department-level corrosion control and prevention program activities (including budget programming) with the military department and the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the program executive officers of the military departments, and relevant major subordinate commands of the military departments.
(b) Duties— (1) The corrosion control and prevention executive of a military department shall ensure that corrosion control and prevention is maintained in the department's policy and guidance for management of each of the following:
(A) System acquisition and production, including design and maintenance.
(B) Research, development, test, and evaluation programs and activities.
(C) Equipment standardization programs, including international standardization agreements.
(D) Logistics research and development initiatives.
(E) Logistics support analysis as it relates to integrated logistic support in the materiel acquisition process.
(F) Military infrastructure design, construction, and maintenance.
(2) The corrosion control and prevention executive of a military department shall be responsible for identifying the funding levels necessary to accomplish the items listed in subparagraphs (A) through (F) of paragraph (1).
(3) The corrosion control and prevention executive of a military department shall, in cooperation with the appropriate staff of the department, develop, support, and provide the rationale for resources—
(A) to initiate and sustain an effective corrosion control and prevention program in the department;
(B) to evaluate the program's effectiveness; and
(C) to ensure that corrosion control and prevention requirements for materiel are reflected in budgeting and policies of the department for the formulation, management, and evaluation of personnel and programs for the entire department, including its reserve components.
(4) The corrosion control and prevention executive of a military department shall be the principal point of contact of the department to the Director of Corrosion Policy and Oversight (as assigned under section 2228 of title 10, United States Code).
(5) The corrosion control and prevention executive of a military department shall submit an annual report, not later than December 31 of each year, to the Secretary of Defense containing recommendations pertaining to the corrosion control and prevention program of the military department, including corrosion-related funding levels to carry out all of the duties of the executive under this section.

SEC. 904. PARTICIPATION OF DEPUTY CHIEF MANAGEMENT OFFICER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ON DEFENSE BUSINESS SYSTEM MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE.[edit]

(a) Participation— Subsection (a) of section 186 of title 10, United States Code, is amended—
(1) by redesignating paragraphs (2) through (7) as paragraphs (3) through (8), respectively;
(2) by inserting after paragraph (1) the following new paragraph (2):
``(2) The Deputy Chief Management Officer of the Department of Defense.´´; and
(3) by striking paragraph (7), as redesignated by paragraph (1), and inserting the following new paragraph:
``(7) The Chief Management Officers of the military departments and the heads of such Defense Agencies as may be designated by the Secretary of Defense.´´.
(b) Service as Vice Chairman— The second sentence of subsection (b) of such section is amended to read as follows: ``The Deputy Chief Management Officer of the Department of Defense shall serve as the vice chairman of the Committee, and shall act as chairman in the absence of the Deputy Secretary of Defense.´´.

SEC. 905. MODIFICATION OF STATUS OF ASSISTANT TO THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR NUCLEAR AND CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAMS.[edit]

Section 142 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:

``(c) The Assistant to the Secretary shall be considered an Assistant Secretary of Defense for purposes of section 138(d) of this title.´´.

SEC. 906. REQUIREMENT FOR THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE TO PREPARE A STRATEGIC PLAN TO ENHANCE THE ROLE OF THE NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVES.[edit]

(a) Plan— Not later than April 1, 2009, the Secretary of Defense shall prepare a plan for enhancing the roles of the National Guard and Reserve—
(1) when federalized in the case of the National Guard, or activated in the case of the Reserves, in support of operations conducted under title 10, United States Code, including the transition of the reserve component of the Armed Forces from a strategic force to an operational reserve;
(2) in support of operations conducted under title 32, United States Code, or in support to civil authorities; and
(3) with respect to the achievement of a fully-integrated total force (including further development of a continuum of service).
(b) Consultation— In preparing the plan under subsection (a), the Secretary of Defense shall take into consideration the advice of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Army, the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force, the commander of the United States Northern Command, the Chief of the National Guard Bureau, and other appropriate officials, as determined by the Secretary of Defense.
(c) Matters to Be Assessed— In preparing the plan, the Secretary shall assess—
(1) the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Final Report to Congress and the Secretary of Defense of the Commission on the National Guard and Reserves, dated January 31, 2008, and titled ``Transforming the National Guard and Reserves into a 21st-Century Operational Force´´; and
(2) the provisions of H.R. 5603 and S. 2706 of the 110th Congress, as introduced on March 13, 2008 (the National Guard Empowerment and State-National Defense Integration Act of 2008).
(d) Report— Not later than April 1, 2009, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives a report on the plan required under this section. The report shall include recommendations on—
(1) any changes to the current Department of Defense organization, structure, command relationships, budget authority, procurement authority, and compensation and benefits;
(2) any legislation that the Secretary considers necessary; and
(3) any other matter the Secretary considers appropriate.

SEC. 907. GENERAL COUNSEL TO THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.[edit]

Section 8 of the Inspector General Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. App. 8) is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:

``(h)(1) There is a General Counsel to the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, who shall be appointed by the Inspector General of the Department of Defense.
``(2)(A) Notwithstanding section 140(b) of title 10, United States Code, the General Counsel is the chief legal officer of the Office of the Inspector General.
``(B) The Inspector General is the exclusive legal client of the General Counsel.
``(C) The General Counsel shall perform such functions as the Inspector General may prescribe.
``(D) The General Counsel shall serve at the discretion of the Inspector General.
``(3) There is an Office of the General Counsel to the Inspector General of the Department of Defense. The Inspector General may appoint to the Office to serve as staff of the General Counsel such legal counsel as the Inspector General considers appropriate.´´.

SEC. 908. BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVES FOR THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS.[edit]

(a) In General— The Secretary of each military department shall, acting through the Chief Management Officer of such military department, carry out an initiative for the business transformation of such military department.
(b) Objectives— The objectives of the business transformation initiative of a military department under this section shall include, at a minimum, the following:
(1) The development of a comprehensive business transformation plan, with measurable performance goals and objectives, to achieve an integrated management system for the business operations of the military department.
(2) The development of a well-defined enterprise-wide business systems architecture and transition plan encompassing end-to-end business processes and capable of providing accurately and timely information in support of business decisions of the military department.
(3) The implementation of the business transformation plan developed pursuant to paragraph (1) and the business systems architecture and transition plan developed pursuant to paragraph (2).
(c) Business Transformation Offices—
(1) ESTABLISHMENT— Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of each military department shall establish within such military department an office (to be known as the ``Office of Business Transformation´´ of such military department) to assist the Chief Management Officer of such military department in carrying out the initiative required by this section for such military department.
(2) HEAD— The Office of Business Transformation of a military department under this subsection shall be headed by a Director of Business Transformation, who shall be appointed by the Chief Management Officer of the military department, in consultation with the Director of the Business Transformation Agency of the Department of Defense, from among individuals with significant experience managing large-scale organizations or business transformation efforts.
(3) SUPERVISION— The Director of Business Transformation of a military department under paragraph (2) shall report directly to the Chief Management Officer of the military department, subject to policy guidance from the Director of the Business Transformation Agency of the Department of Defense.
(4) AUTHORITY— In carrying out the initiative required by this section for a military department, the Director of Business Transformation of the military department under paragraph (2) shall have the authority to require elements of the military department to carry out actions that are within the purpose and scope of the initiative.
(d) Responsibilities of Business Transformation Offices— The Office of Business Transformation of a military department established pursuant to subsection (b) may be responsible for the following:
(1) Transforming the budget, finance, accounting, and human resource operations of the military department in a manner that is consistent with the business transformation plan developed pursuant to subsection (b)(1).
(2) Eliminating or replacing financial management systems of the military department that are inconsistent with the business systems architecture and transition plan developed pursuant to subsection (b)(2).
(3) Ensuring that the business transformation plan and the business systems architecture and transition plan are implemented in a manner that is aggressive, realistic, and accurately measured.
(4) Such other responsibilities as the Secretary of that military department determines are appropriate.
(e) Required Elements— In carrying out the initiative required by this section for a military department, the Chief Management Officer and the Director of Business Transformation of the military department shall ensure that each element of the initiative is consistent with—
(1) the requirements of the Business Enterprise Architecture and Transition Plan developed by the Secretary of Defense pursuant to section 2222 of title 10, United States Code;
(2) the Standard Financial Information Structure of the Department of Defense;
(3) the Federal Financial Management Improvement Act of 1996 (and the amendments made by that Act); and
(4) other applicable requirements of law and regulation.
(f) Reports on Implementation—
(1) INITIAL REPORTS— Not later than nine months after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Chief Management Officer of each military department shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report on the actions taken, and on the actions planned to be taken, by such military department to implement the requirements of this section.
(2) UPDATES— Not later than March 1 of each of 2010, 2011, and 2012, the Chief Management Officer of each military department shall submit to the congressional defense committees a current update of the report submitted by such Chief Management Officer under paragraph (1).

Subtitle B—Space Activities[edit]

SEC. 911. EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY FOR PILOT PROGRAM FOR PROVISION OF SPACE SURVEILLANCE NETWORK SERVICES TO ENTITIES OUTSIDE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.[edit]

Section 2274(i) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking ``September 30, 2009´´ and inserting ``September 30, 2010´´.

SEC. 912. INVESTMENT AND ACQUISITION STRATEGY FOR COMMERCIAL SATELLITE CAPABILITIES.[edit]

(a) Requirement— The Secretary of Defense shall conduct an assessment to determine a recommended investment and acquisition strategy for commercial satellite capabilities.
(b) Elements— The assessment required under subsection (a) shall include the following:
(1) Review of national and defense policy relevant to the requirements for, acquisition of, and use of commercial satellite capabilities, and the relationship with commercial satellite providers.
(2) Assessment of the manner in which commercial satellite capabilities are used by the Department of Defense and options for expanding such use or identifying new means to leverage commercial satellite capabilities, such as hosting payloads.
(3) Review of military requirements for satellite communications and remote sensing by quantity, quality, timeline, and any other metric considered appropriate.
(4) Description of current and planned commercial satellite capabilities and an assessment of their ability to meet the requirements identified in paragraph (3).
(5) Assessment of the ability of commercial satellite capabilities to meet other military requirements not identified in paragraph (3).
(6) Description of the use of and resources allocated to commercial satellite communications and remote sensing needed to meet the requirements identified in paragraph (3) during—
(A) the five-year period preceding the date of the assessment;
(B) the period from the date of the assessment through the fiscal years covered under the future-years defense program under section 221 of title 10, United States Code; and
(C) the period beyond the fiscal years covered under the future-years defense program under such section 221.
(7) Assessment of purchasing patterns that may lead to recommendations in which the Department may consolidate requirements, centralize operations, aggregate purchases, or leverage purchasing power (including the use of multiyear contracting).
(8) Assessment of various models for acquiring commercial satellite capabilities, including funding, management, and operations models.
(c) Report—
(1) IN GENERAL— Not later than February 1, 2010, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report setting forth the results of the assessment required under subsection (a) and provide recommendations, including—
(A) the recommended investment and acquisition strategy of the Department for commercial satellite capabilities;
(B) how the investment and acquisition strategy should be addressed in fiscal years after fiscal year 2010; and
(C) a proposal for such legislative action as the Secretary considers necessary to acquire appropriate types and amounts of commercial satellite capabilities.
(2) FORM— The report shall be in unclassified form, but may include a classified annex.
(d) Definitions— In this section:
(1) The term ``commercial satellite capabilities´´ means the system, capability, or service provided by a commercial satellite provider.
(2) The term ``commercial satellite provider´´ refers to privately owned and operated space systems, their technology, components, products, data, services, and related information, as well as foreign systems whose products and services are sold commercially.

SEC. 913. SPACE POSTURE REVIEW.[edit]

(a) Requirement for Comprehensive Review— In order to clarify the national security space policy and strategy of the United States for the near term, the Secretary of Defense and the Director of National Intelligence shall jointly conduct a comprehensive review of the space posture of the United States over the posture review period.
(b) Elements of Review— The review conducted under subsection (a) shall include, for the posture review period, the following:
(1) The definition, policy, requirements, and objectives for each of the following:
(A) Space situational awareness.
(B) Space control.
(C) Space superiority, including defensive and offensive counterspace and protection.
(D) Force enhancement and force application.
(E) Space-based intelligence and surveillance and reconnaissance from space.
(F) Integration of space and ground control and user equipment.
(G) Any other matter the Secretary considers relevant to understanding the space posture of the United States.
(2) A description of current and planned space acquisition programs that are in acquisition categories 1 and 2, including how each program will address the policy, requirements, and objectives described under each of subparagraphs (A) through (G) of paragraph (1).
(3) A description of future space systems and technology development (other than such systems and technology in development as of the date of the enactment of this Act) necessary to address the policy, requirements, and objectives described under each of subparagraphs (A) through (G) of paragraph (1).
(4) An assessment of the relationship among the following:
(A) Military space policy.
(B) National security space policy.
(C) National security space objectives.
(D) Arms control policy.
(E) Export control policy.
(F) Industrial base policy.
(5) An assessment of the effect of the military and national security space policy of the United States on the proliferation of weapons capable of targeting objects in space or objects on Earth from space.
(c) Report—
(1) IN GENERAL— Not later than December 1, 2009, the Secretary of Defense and the Director of National Intelligence shall jointly submit to the congressional committees specified in paragraph (3) a report on the review conducted under subsection (a).
(2) FORM OF REPORT— The report under this subsection shall be submitted in unclassified form, but may include a classified annex.
(3) COMMITTEES— The congressional committees specified in this paragraph are—
(A) the Committee on Armed Services and the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate; and
(B) the Committee on Armed Services and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives.
(d) Posture Review Period Defined— In this section, the term ``posture review period´´ means the 10-year period beginning on February 1, 2009.

Subtitle C—Chemical Demilitarization Program[edit]

SEC. 921. RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMISSIONS IN COLORADO AND KENTUCKY.[edit]

Section 172 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993 (50 U.S.C. 1521 note) is amended—

(1) by redesignating subsections (f) and (g) as subsections (g) and (h), respectively; and
(2) by inserting after subsection (e) the following new subsection (f):
``(f) Colorado and Kentucky Chemical Demilitarization Citizens' Advisory Commissions— (1) Notwithstanding subsections (b), (g), and (h), and consistent with section 142 of the Strom Thurmond National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999 (50 U.S.C. 1521 note) and section 8122 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2003 (Public Law 107-248; 116 Stat. 1566; 50 U.S.C. 1521 note), the Secretary of the Army shall transfer responsibilities for the Chemical Demilitarization Citizens' Advisory Commissions in Colorado and Kentucky to the Program Manager for Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives.
``(2) In carrying out the responsibilities transferred under paragraph (1), the Program Manager for Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives shall take appropriate actions to ensure that each Commission referred to in paragraph (1) retains the capacity to receive citizen and State concerns regarding the ongoing chemical demilitarization program in the State concerned.
``(3) A representative of the Office of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs shall meet with each Commission referred to in paragraph (1) not less often than twice a year.
``(4) Funds appropriated for the Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives Program shall be available for travel and associated travel costs for Commissioners on the Commissions referred to in paragraph (1) when such travel is conducted at the invitation of the Special Assistant for Chemical and Biological Defense and Chemical Demilitarization Programs of the Department of Defense.´´.

SEC. 922. COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF FUTURE TREATMENT OF HYDROLYSATE AT PUEBLO CHEMICAL DEPOT, COLORADO.[edit]

(a) Findings— Congress makes the following findings:
(1) The Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant, Colorado, is not planned to begin chemical agent destruction operations until 2015.
(2) There will be no hydrolysate byproduct of chemical agent neutralization at the Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado, until after chemical agent destruction operations begin.
(3) The Department of Defense has no plans to produce, treat, store, or transport hydrolysate at the Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado, during fiscal year 2009.
(4) A January 10, 2007, Department of Defense Acquisition Decision Memorandum requires the Program Manager for the Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives to continue to pursue off-site treatment and disposal of hydrolysate as long as doing so would be safe, efficient, and economically beneficial.
(b) Cost-Benefit Analysis— The Secretary of Defense shall perform a cost-benefit analysis of future on-site and off-site options for treatment and disposal of hydrolysate expected to be produced at the Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado.
(c) Report— Together with the budget justification materials submitted to Congress in support of the Department of Defense budget for fiscal year 2010 (as submitted with the budget of the President under section 1105(a) of title 31, United States Code), the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report containing the results of the cost-benefit analysis required by subsection (b).
(d) Notice and Wait— After the submission of the report required by subsection (c), if the Secretary of Defense decides to transport hydrolysate from Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado, to an off-site location during fiscal year 2009, the Department shall not commence such transport until 60 days after the Secretary provides written notice to the congressional defense committees of the Department's intent to conduct such transport.

Subtitle D—Intelligence-Related Matters[edit]

SEC. 931. TECHNICAL CHANGES FOLLOWING THE REDESIGNATION OF NATIONAL IMAGERY AND MAPPING AGENCY AS NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY.[edit]

(a) Technical Changes to United States Code—
(1) TITLE 5— Title 5, United States Code, is amended by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ each place it appears and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.
(2) TITLE 44— Title 44, United States Code, is amended by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ each place it appears and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.
(b) Technical Changes to Other Acts—
(1) ETHICS IN GOVERNMENT ACT OF 1978— Section 105(a)(1) of the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-521; 5 U.S.C. App. 4) is amended by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.
(2) INSPECTOR GENERAL ACT OF 1978— Section 8H of the Inspector General Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-452; 5 U.S.C. App.) is amended—
(A) in subsection (a)(1)(A), by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´; and
(B) in subsection (g)(1), by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.
(3) EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION ACT OF 1988— Section 7(b)(2)(A)(i) of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988 (29 U.S.C. 2006(b)(2)(A)(i)) is amended by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.
(4) LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1993— Section 207(a)(2)(B) of the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1993 (Public Law 102-392; 44 U.S.C. 501 note), is amended by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.
(5) HOMELAND SECURITY ACT OF 2002— Section 201(e)(2) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 121(e)(2)) is amended by striking ``National Imagery and Mapping Agency´´ and inserting ``National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency´´.

SEC. 932. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 10, UNITED STATES CODE, ARISING FROM ENACTMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE REFORM AND TERRORISM PREVENTION ACT OF 2004.[edit]

(a) References to Head of Intelligence Community— Title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking ``Director of Central Intelligence´´ each place it appears and inserting ``Director of National Intelligence´´ in the following:
(1) Section 193(d)(2).
(2) Section 193(e).
(3) Section 201(a).
(4) Section 201(b)(1).
(5) Section 201(c)(1).
(6) Section 425(a).
(7) Section 431(b)(1).
(8) Section 441(c).
(9) Section 441(d).
(10) Section 443(d).
(11) Section 2273(b)(1).
(12) Section 2723(a).
(b) Clerical Amendments— Such title is further amended by striking ``Director of Central Intelligence´´ each place it appears and inserting ``Director of National Intelligence´´ in the following:
(1) Section 441(c).
(2) Section 443(d).
(c) Reference to Head of Central Intelligence Agency— Section 444 of such title is amended by striking ``Director of Central Intelligence´´ each place it appears and inserting ``Director of the Central Intelligence Agency´´.

SEC. 933. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF THE CIA FOR MILITARY AFFAIRS.[edit]

Section 528(c) of title 10, United States Code, is amended—

(1) in the heading, by striking ``Military Support´´ and inserting ``Military Affairs´´; and
(2) by striking ``Military Support´´ and inserting ``Military Affairs´´.

Subtitle E—Other Matters[edit]

SEC. 941. ENHANCEMENT OF AUTHORITIES RELATING TO DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REGIONAL CENTERS FOR SECURITY STUDIES.[edit]

(a) Availability of Funds for Activities Across Fiscal Years—
(1) IN GENERAL— Section 184(f) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
``(6) Funds available to carry out this section, including funds accepted under paragraph (4) and funds available under paragraph (5), shall be available, to the extent provided in appropriations Acts, for programs and activities under this section that begin in a fiscal year and end in the following fiscal year.´´.
(2) EFFECTIVE DATE— The amendment made by paragraph (1) shall take effect on October 1, 2008, and shall apply with respect to programs and activities under section 184 of title 10, United States Code (as so amended), that begin on or after that date.
(b) Temporary Waiver of Reimbursement of Costs of Activities for Nongovernmental Personnel—
(1) AUTHORITY FOR TEMPORARY WAIVER— In fiscal years 2009 and 2010, the Secretary of Defense may, with the concurrence of the Secretary of State, waive reimbursement otherwise required under subsection (f) of section 184 of title 10, United States Code, of the costs of activities of Regional Centers under such section for personnel of nongovernmental and international organizations who participate in activities of the Regional Centers that enhance cooperation of nongovernmental organizations and international organizations with United States forces if the Secretary of Defense determines that attendance of such personnel without reimbursement is in the national security interests of the United States.
(2) LIMITATION— The amount of reimbursement that may be waived under paragraph (1) in any fiscal year may not exceed $1,000,000.
(3) ANNUAL REPORT— The Secretary of Defense shall include in the annual report under section 184(h) of title 10, United States Code, in 2010 and 2011 information on the attendance of personnel of nongovernmental and international organizations in activities of the Regional Centers during the preceding fiscal year for which a waiver of reimbursement was made under paragraph (1), including information on the costs incurred by the United States for the participation of personnel of each nongovernmental or international organization that so attended.

SEC. 942. RESTRICTION ON OBLIGATION OF FUNDS FOR UNITED STATES SOUTHERN COMMAND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE ACTIVITIES.[edit]

(a) Report and Certification Required— Not later than 120 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report describing the development assistance activities carried out by the United States Southern Command during fiscal year 2008 and planned for fiscal year 2009 and containing a certification by the Secretary that such development assistance activities—
(1) will not adversely diminish the ability of the United States Southern Command or its components to carry out its combat or military missions;
(2) do not divert resources from funded or unfunded requirements of the United States Southern Command in connection with the role of the Department of Defense under section 124 of title 10, United States Code, as the single lead agency of the Federal Government for the detection and monitoring of aerial and maritime transit of illegal drugs into the United States;
(3) are not unnecessarily duplicative of activities already conducted or planned to be conducted by any other Federal department or agency during fiscal year 2009; and
(4) are designed, planned, and conducted to complement joint training and exercises, host-country capacity building, or similar activities directly connected to the responsibilities of the United States Southern Command.
(b) Restriction on Obligation of Funds Pending Certification— Of the amounts appropriated pursuant to an authorization of appropriations in this Act or otherwise made available for fiscal year 2009 for operation and maintenance for the United States Southern Command, not more than 90 percent may be obligated or expended until 30 days after the certification required by subsection (a) is received by the congressional defense committees.
(c) Development Assistance Activities Defined— In this section, the term ``development assistance activities´´ means assistance activities carried out by the United States Southern Command that are comparable to the assistance activities carried out by the United States under—
(1) chapters 1, 10, 11, and 12 of part I of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2151, 2293, 2295, and 2296 et seq.); and
(2) any other provision of law for purposes comparable to the purposes for which assistance activities are carried out under the provisions of law referred to in paragraph (1).

SEC. 943. AUTHORIZATION OF NON-CONVENTIONAL ASSISTED RECOVERY CAPABILITIES.[edit]

(a) Non-Conventional Assisted Recovery Capabilities— Upon a determination by a commander of a combatant command that an action is necessary in connection with a non-conventional assisted recovery effort, and with the concurrence of the relevant Chief of Mission or Chiefs of Mission, an amount not to exceed $20,000,000 of the funds appropriated pursuant to an authorization of appropriations or otherwise made available for ``Operation and Maintenance, Navy´´ may be used to establish, develop, and maintain non-conventional assisted recovery capabilities.
(b) Procedures— The Secretary of Defense shall establish procedures for the exercise of the authority under subsection (a). The Secretary shall notify the congressional defense committees of those procedures before any exercise of that authority.
(c) Authorized Activities— Non-conventional assisted recovery capabilities authorized under subsection (a) may, in limited and special circumstances, include the provision of support to foreign forces, irregular forces, groups, or individuals in order to facilitate the recovery of Department of Defense or Coast Guard military or civilian personnel, or other individuals who, while conducting activities in support of United States military operations, become separated or isolated and cannot rejoin their units without the assistance authorized in subsection (a). Such support may include the provision of limited amounts of equipment, supplies, training, transportation, or other logistical support or funding.
(d) Notice to Congress on Use of Authority— Upon using the authority in subsection (a) to make funds available for support of non-conventional assisted recovery activities, the Secretary of Defense shall notify the congressional defense committees within 72 hours of the use of such authority with respect to support of such activities. Any such notice shall be in writing.
(e) Annual Report— Not later than 30 days after the close of each fiscal year during which subsection (a) is in effect, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report on support provided under that subsection during that fiscal year. Each such report shall describe the support provided, including a statement of the recipient of support and the amount obligated to provide the support.
(f) Limitation on Intelligence Activities— This section does not constitute authority to conduct a covert action, as such term is defined in section 503(e) of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 413b(e)).
(g) Limitation on Foreign Assistance Activities— This section does not constitute authority—
(1) to build the capacity of foreign military forces or provide security and stabilization assistance, as described in sections 1206 and 1207 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006 (Public Law 109-163; 119 Stat. 3456 and 3458), respectively; and
(2) to provide assistance that is otherwise prohibited by any other provision in law, including any provision of law relating to the control of exports of defense articles or defense services.
(h) Period of Authority— The authority under this section is in effect during each of the fiscal years 2009 through 2011.

SEC. 944. REPORT ON HOMELAND DEFENSE AND CIVIL SUPPORT ISSUES.[edit]

(a) Report Required— Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report on certain homeland defense and civil support issues.
(b) Elements— The report required under subsection (a) shall include the following:
(1) A description of the progress made by the Department of Defense to address the concerns related to the United States Northern Command identified in the Comptroller General reports GAO-08-251 and GAO-08-252, including improved coordination with other agencies.
(2) A detailed description of the plans and progress made by the Department of Defense to establish forces assigned the mission of managing the consequences of an incident in the United States homeland involving a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear device, or high-yield explosives.

SEC. 945. REPORT ON NATIONAL GUARD RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS.[edit]

(a) In General— Not later than 6 months after the date of enactment of this Act, the Chief of the National Guard Bureau shall submit to the Secretary of Defense a report—
(1) detailing the extent to which the various provisions in title XVIII of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 (Public Law 110-181) have been effective in giving the Chief of the National Guard Bureau the authorities and resources needed to perform the responsibilities and duties of the Chief; and
(2) assessing the adequacy of Department of Defense funding for the resource requirements of the National Guard.
(b) Report to Congress— Not later than 30 days after the Secretary of Defense receives the report under subsection (a), the Secretary shall submit to Congress such report, along with any explanatory comments the Secretary considers necessary.