Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 4.djvu/237

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PUBLIC LAW 107-314—DEC. 2, 2002 116 STAT. 2665 the various departments and agencies of the United States Government, as well as private entities that share objectives similar to the objectives of the plan; and "(D) any recommendations that the President considers appropriate regarding modifications to law or regulations, or to the administration or organization of any Federal department or agency, in order to improve the effectiveness of any programs carried out during such year in the implementation of the plan. ". SEC. 1206. REPORT REQUIREMENT REGARDING RUSSIAN PROLIFERA- 22 USC 5952 TION TO IRAN AND OTHER COUNTRIES OF PROLIFERA- note. TION CONCERN. (a) REPORT REQUIREMENT.— Not later than March 15 of 2003 Deadline, through 2009, the President shall submit to Congress a report President, (in unclassified and classified form as necessary) describing in detail Russian proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile goods, technology, expertise, and information, and of dualuse items that may contribute to the development of weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles, to Iran and to other countries of proliferation concern during the year preceding the year in which the report is submitted. The report shall include a detailed description of the following, for the year covered by the report: (1) The number, type, and quality of direct and dual-use weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile goods, technology, expertise, and information transferred. (2) The form, location, and manner in which such transfers took place. (3) The contribution that such transfers could make to the recipient countries' weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs, and an estimate of how soon such countries will test, possess, and deploy weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles. (4) The impact and consequences that such transfers have, and could have over the next 10 years— (A) on United States national security; (B) on United States military forces deployed in the region to which such transfers are being made; (C) on United States allies, friends, and interests in that region; and (D) on the military capabilities of the country receiving such transfers from Russia. (5) The policy and strategy that the President intends to employ to halt Russian proliferation, the policy tools that the President intends to use to carry out that policy and strategy, the rationale for employing such tools, and the timeline by which the President expects to see material progress in ending Russian proliferation of direct and dual-use weapons of mass destruction and missile goods, technology, expertise, and information. (b) DEFINITION. —In this section, the term "country of proliferation concern" means any country identified by the Director of Central Intelligence as having engaged in the acquisition of dualuse and other technology useful for the development or production