Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 3.djvu/652

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116 STAT. 2244 PUBLIC LAW 107-296—NOV. 25, 2002 (b) GIFTS.— Gifts or donations of services or property of or for the Department may not be accepted, used, or disposed of unless specifically permitted in advance in an appropriations Act and only under the conditions and for the purposes specified in such appropriations Act. President. (c) BUDGET REQUEST.— Under section 1105 of title 31, United States Code, the President shall submit to Congress a detailed budget request for the Department for fiscal year 2004, and for each subsequent fiscal year. 6 USC 454. SEC. 874. FUTURE YEAR HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM. (a) IN GENERAL.— Each budget request submitted to Congress for the Department under section 1105 of title 31, United States Code, shall, at or about the same time, be accompanied by a Future Years Homeland Security Program. (b) CONTENTS. —The Future Years Homeland Security Program under subsection (a) shall be structured, and include the same type of information and level of detail, as the Future Years Defense Program submitted to Congress by the Department of Defense under section 221 of title 10, United States Code. Deadline. (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.— This section shall take effect with respect to the preparation and submission of the fiscal year 2005 budget request for the Department and for any subsequent fiscal year, except that the first Future Years Homeland Security Program shall be submitted not later than 90 days after the Department's fiscal year 2005 budget request is submitted to Congress. 6 USC 455. SEC. 875. MISCELLANEOUS AUTHORITIES. President. * (a) SEAL. —The Department shall have a seal, whose design is subject to the approval of the President. (b) PARTICIPATION OF MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES. —With respect to the Department, the Secretary shall have the same authorities that the Secretary of Transportation has with respect to the Department of Transportation under section 324 of title 49, United States Code. (c) REDELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS.—Unless otherwise provided in the delegation or by law, any function delegated under this Act may be redelegated to any subordinate. 6 USC 456. SEC. 876. MILITARY ACTIVITIES. Nothing in this Act shall confer upon the Secretary any authority to engage in warfighting, the military defense of the United States, or other military activities, nor shall anything in this Act limit the existing authority of the Department of Defense or the Armed Forces to engage in warfighting, the military defense of the United States, or other military activities. 6 USC 457. SEC. 877. REGULATORY AUTHORITY AND PREEMPTION. (a) REGULATORY AUTHORITY. — Except as otherwise provided in sections 306(c), 862(c), and 1706(b), this Act vests no new regulatory authority in the Secretary or any other Federal official, and transfers to the Secretary or another Federal official only such regulatory authority as exists on the date of enactment of this Act within any agency, program, or function transferred to the Department pursuant to this Act, or that on such date of enactment is exercised by another official of the executive branch with respect to such agency, program, or function. Any such transferred authority may not be exercised by an official from whom it is transferred upon