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Title 50 - War and National Defense

Chapter 1 - Council of National Defense
§ 1 Creation, purpose, and composition of council
§ 2 Advisory commission
§ 3 Duties of council
§ 4 Rules and regulations; subordinate bodies and committees
§ 5 Reports of subordinate bodies and committees; unvouchered expenditures
§ 6 Repealed.]
Chapter 3 - Alien Enemies
§ 21 Restraint, regulation, and removal
§ 22 Time allowed to settle affairs and depart
§ 23 Jurisdiction of United States courts and judges
§ 24 Duties of marshals
Chapter 4 - Espionage
§ 40 Transferred
§ 41 Repealed.]
§ 42 Transferred
Chapter 4C - Atomic Weapons and Special Nuclear Materials Information Rewards
§ 47a Information concerning illegal introduction, manufacture, acquisition or export of special nuclear material or atomic weapons or conspiracies relating thereto; reward
§ 47b Determination by Attorney General of entitlement and amount of reward; consultation; Presidential approval
§ 47c Aliens; waiver of admission requirements
§ 47d Hearings; rules and regulations; conclusiveness of determinations of Attorney General
§ 47e Certification of award; approval; payment
§ 47f Definitions
Chapter 5 - Arsenals, Armories, Arms, and War Material Generally
Subchapter I - Arsenals, Armories, Arms, and War Materials
§ 58 Repealed.]
§ 67 Transferred
§ 72 Repealed.]
§ 73 Repealed.]
§ 82 Procurement of ships and material during war
Subchapter II - Education and Experimentation in Development of Munitions and Materials for National Defense
§ 95 Omitted
§ 96 Repealed.]
Subchapter III - Acquisition and Development of Strategic Raw Materials
§ 98 Short title
§ 98a Congressional findings and declaration of purpose
§ 98b National Defense Stockpile
§ 98c Materials constituting the National Defense Stockpile
§ 98d Authority for stockpile operations
§ 98e Stockpile management
§ 98e-1 Transferred
§ 98f Special Presidential disposal authority
§ 98g Materials development and research
§ 98h National Defense Stockpile Transaction Fund
§ 98h-1 Advisory committees
§ 98h-2 Reports to Congress
§ 98h-3 Definitions
§ 98h-4 Importation of strategic and critical materials
§ 98h-5 Biennial report on stockpile requirements
§ 98h-6 Development of domestic sources
§ 98h-7 National Defense Stockpile Manager
§ 98i Repealed.]
§ 99 Transferred
§ 100 Nitrate plants
§ 100a Omitted
Chapter 9 - Aircraft
§ 154 Repealed.]
§ 155 Repealed.]
§ 160 Omitted
Chapter 10 - Helium Gas
§ 165 Repealed.]
§ 166 Omitted
§ 167 Definitions
§ 167a Authority of Secretary
§ 167b Storage, transportation, and withdrawal of crude helium
§ 167c Fees for storage, transportation, and withdrawal
§ 167d Sale of helium
§ 167e Intragovernmental cooperation
§ 167f Elimination of stockpile
§ 167g Promulgation of rules and regulations
§ 167h Administrative procedure
§ 167i Exclusion from Natural Gas Act provisions
§ 167j Land conveyance in Potter County, Texas
§ 167k Violations; penalties
§ 167l Injunctions
§ 167m Report on helium
§ 167n Repealed.]
Chapter 11 - Acquisition of and Expenditures on Land for National-defense Purposes
§ 171a Omitted
§ 171b Repealed.]
§ 174 Omitted
§ 175 Transferred
§ 176 Omitted
Chapter 12 - Vessels in Territorial Waters of United States
§ 191 Regulation of anchorage and movement of vessels during national emergency
§ 191a Transfer of Secretary of Transportation’s powers to Secretary of Navy when Coast Guard operates as part of Navy
§ 191b Repealed.]
§ 191c Repealed.]
§ 192 Seizure and forfeiture of vessel; fine and imprisonment
§ 193 Repealed.]
§ 194 Enforcement provisions
§ 195 Definitions
§ 196 Emergency foreign vessel acquisition; purchase or requisition of vessels lying idle in United States waters
§ 197 Voluntary purchase or charter agreements
§ 198 Requisitioned vessels
Chapter 13 - Insurrection
§ 205 Suspension of commercial intercourse with State in insurrection
§ 206 Suspension of commercial intercourse with part of State in insurrection
§ 207 Persons affected by suspension of commercial intercourse
§ 208 Licensing or permitting commercial intercourse with State or region in insurrection
§ 209 Repealed.]
§ 210 Penalties for unauthorized trading, etc.; jurisdiction of prosecutions
§ 211 Investigations to detect and prevent frauds and abuses
§ 212 Confiscation of property employed to aid insurrection
§ 213 Jurisdiction of confiscation proceedings
§ 214 Repealed.]
§ 215 Institution of confiscation proceedings
§ 216 Preventing transportation of goods to aid insurrection
§ 217 Trading in captured or abandoned property
§ 218 Repealed.]
§ 219 Removal of customhouse and detention of vessels thereat
§ 220 Enforcement of section 219
§ 221 Closing ports of entry; forfeiture of vessels seeking to enter closed port
§ 222 Transferred
§ 223 Forfeiture of vessels owned by citizens of insurrectionary States
§ 224 Refusing clearance to vessels with suspected cargoes; forfeiture for departing without clearance
§ 225 Bond to deliver cargo at destination named in clearance
§ 226 Protection of liens on condemned vessels
Chapter 14 - Wartime Voting by Land and Naval Forces
§ 341 Repealed.]
§ 342 Repealed.]
Chapter 15 - National Security
§ 401 Congressional declaration of purpose
§ 401a Definitions
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Subchapter I - Coordination for National Security
§ 402 National Security Council
§ 402-1 Joint Intelligence Community Council
§ 402a Coordination of counterintelligence activities
§ 402b National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 402c Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403 Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1 Responsibilities and authorities of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-1a Assignment of responsibilities relating to analytic integrity
§ 403-1b Additional education and training requirements
§ 403-1c National Intelligence Reserve Corps
§ 403-2 Intelligence Community contracting
§ 403-2a Construction of intelligence community facilities; Presidential authorization
§ 403-2b Limitation on construction of facilities to be used primarily by intelligence community
§ 403-3 Office of the Director of National Intelligence
§ 403-3a Deputy Directors of National Intelligence
§ 403-3b National Intelligence Council
§ 403-3c General Counsel
§ 403-3d Civil Liberties Protection Officer
§ 403-3e Director of Science and Technology
§ 403-3f National Counterintelligence Executive
§ 403-3g Chief Information Officer
§ 403-4 Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-4b Transformation of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403-5 Responsibilities of Secretary of Defense pertaining to National Intelligence Program
§ 403-5a Assistance to United States law enforcement agencies
§ 403-5b Disclosure of foreign intelligence acquired in criminal investigations; notice of criminal investigations of foreign intelligence sources
§ 403-5c Transferred
§ 403-5d Foreign intelligence information
§ 403-5e Transferred
§ 403-6 Appointment of officials responsible for intelligence-related activities
§ 403-7 Prohibition on using journalists as agents or assets
§ 403-8 Reaffirmation of longstanding prohibition against drug trafficking by employees of the intelligence community
§ 403a Definitions relating to Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403b Seal of office of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403c Procurement authority of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403d Repealed.]
§ 403e Central Intelligence Agency personnel; allowances and benefits
§ 403e-1 Eligibility for incentive awards
§ 403f General authorities of Agency
§ 403g Protection of nature of Agency’s functions
§ 403h Admission of essential aliens; limitation on number
§ 403i Repealed.]
§ 403j Central Intelligence Agency; appropriations; expenditures
§ 403k Authority to pay death gratuities
§ 403l Authority to accept gifts, devises and bequests
§ 403m Misuse of Agency name, initials, or seal
§ 403n Special provisions for spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees applicable to Agency participants in Civil Service Retirement and Disability System
§ 403o Security personnel at Agency installations
§ 403p Health benefits for certain former spouses of Central Intelligence Agency employees
§ 403q Inspector General for Agency
§ 403r Special annuity computation rules for certain employees’ service abroad
§ 403r-1 Portability of overseas service retirement benefit
§ 403s Special rules for disability retirement and death-in-service benefits with respect to certain employees
§ 403t General Counsel of Central Intelligence Agency
§ 403u Central services program
§ 403v Detail of employees
§ 403w Intelligence operations and cover enhancement authority
§ 403x Separation pay program for voluntary separation from service
§ 404 Emergency preparedness
§ 404a Annual national security strategy report
§ 404b Multiyear national foreign intelligence program
§ 404c Annual report on United States security arrangements and commitments with other nations
§ 404d Annual report on intelligence
§ 404d-1 Transferred
§ 404e National mission of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 404f Repealed.]
§ 404g Restrictions on intelligence sharing with United Nations
§ 404h Detail of intelligence community personnelIntelligence Community Assignment Program
§ 404i Additional annual reports from the Director of National Intelligence
§ 404i-1 Annual report on improvement of financial statements for auditing purposes
§ 404j Limitation on establishment or operation of diplomatic intelligence support centers
§ 404k Travel on any common carrier for certain intelligence collection personnel
§ 404l POW/MIA analytic capability
§ 404m Semiannual report on financial intelligence on terrorist assets
§ 404n National Virtual Translation Center
§ 404n-1 Foreign Terrorist Asset Tracking Center
§ 404n-2 Terrorist Identification Classification System
§ 404n-3 Repealed.]
§ 404o National Counterterrorism Center
§ 404o-1 National Counter Proliferation Center
§ 404o-2 National Intelligence Centers
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous and Conforming Provisions
§ 405 Advisory committees; appointment; compensation of part-time personnel; applicability of other laws
§ 406 Omitted
§ 407 Study or plan of surrender; use of appropriations
§ 408 Applicable laws
§ 409 Definitions of military departments
§ 409a National Security Agency voluntary separation
§ 409b Authority of Federal Bureau of Investigation to award personal services contracts
§ 409b-1 Reports on exercise of authority
§ 410 "Function" and "Department of Defense" defined
§ 411 Authorization of appropriations
§ 412 Repealing and savings provisions
Subchapter III - Accountability for Intelligence Activities
§ 413 General Congressional oversight provisions
§ 413a Reporting of intelligence activities other than covert actions
§ 413b Presidential approval and reporting of covert actions
§ 413c Communications with the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 414 Funding of intelligence activities
§ 415 Notice to Congress of certain transfers of defense articles and defense services
§ 415a Specificity of National Intelligence Program budget amounts for counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics, and counterintelligence
§ 415a-1 Budget treatment of costs of acquisition of major systems by the intelligence community
§ 415a-2 Exhibits for inclusion with budget justification books
§ 415a-3 Future-years intelligence program: submission to Congress
§ 415b Dates for submittal of various annual and semiannual reports to the congressional intelligence committees
§ 415c Availability to public of certain intelligence funding information
Subchapter IV - Protection of Certain National Security Information
§ 421 Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
§ 422 Defenses and exceptions
§ 423 Report
§ 424 Extraterritorial jurisdiction
§ 425 Providing information to Congress
§ 426 Definitions
Subchapter V - Protection of Operational Files
§ 431 Operational files of the Central Intelligence Agency
§ 432 Operational files of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
§ 432a Operational files of the National Reconnaissance Office
§ 432b Operational files of the National Security Agency
§ 432c Omitted
Subchapter VI - Access to Classified Information
§ 435 Procedures
§ 435a Limitation on handling, retention, and storage of certain classified materials by the Department of State
§ 435b Security clearances
§ 435c Security clearances; limitations
§ 436 Requests by authorized investigative agencies
§ 437 Exceptions
§ 438 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Application of Sanctions Laws to Intelligence Activities
§ 441 Stay of sanctions
§ 441a Extension of stay
§ 441b Reports
§ 441c Laws subject to stay
§ 441d Repealed.]
Subchapter VII-A - Education in Support of National Intelligence
Part A - Science and Technology
§ 441g Scholarships and work-study for pursuit of graduate degrees in science and technology
§ 441g-1 Framework for cross-disciplinary education and training
§ 441g-2 Intelligence Community Scholarship Program
Part B - Foreign Languages Program
§ 441j Program on advancement of foreign languages critical to the intelligence community
§ 441j-1 Education partnerships
§ 441j-2 Voluntary services
§ 441j-3 Regulations
§ 441j-4 Definitions
Part C - Additional Education Provisions
§ 441m Assignment of intelligence community personnel as language students
Subchapter VIII - Additional Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 442 Applicability to United States intelligence activities of Federal laws implementing international treaties and agreements
§ 442a Counterintelligence initiatives
Chapter 16 - Defense Industrial Reserves
§ 454 Repealed.]
§ 455 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 18 - Air-warning Screen
§ 491 Establishment and development of land-based air warning and control installations and facilities; extent of appropriation; procurement of communication services
§ 492 Acquisition of land
§ 493 Authorization of appropriations
§ 494 Supervision and control of project
Chapter 19 - Guided Missiles
§ 501 Establishment of long-range proving ground for guided missiles and other weapons; jurisdiction of Secretary of the Air Force; use by all Services
§ 502 Acquisition of land
§ 503 Authorization of appropriations
§ 504 Delegation of authority by Secretary of Defense; contributions for support
Chapter 20 - Wind Tunnels
Subchapter I - Construction of Wind-tunnel Facilities
§ 511 Joint development of unitary plan for construction of facilities; construction at educational institutions
§ 512 Limitation on cost of construction and equipment; vesting of title to facilities
§ 513 Expansion of existing facilities; appropriations; testing of models
§ 514 Expansion of facilities at Carderock, Maryland
§ 515 Reports to Congress
Subchapter II - Air Engineering Development Center
§ 521 Establishment; construction, maintenance, and operation of public works and wind tunnels
§ 522 Acquisition of lands; advance payments for construction
§ 523 Employment of civilian personnel
§ 524 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 22 - Uniform Code of Military Justice
Subchapter I - General Provisions
Subchapter II - Apprehension and Restraint
Subchapter III - Non-judicial Punishment
§ 571 Repealed.]
Subchapter IV - Courts-martial Jurisdiction
Subchapter V - Appointment and Composition of Courts-martial
Subchapter VI - Pretrial Procedure
Subchapter VII - Trial Procedure
Subchapter VIII - Sentences
Subchapter IX - Review of Courts-martial
Subchapter X - Punitive Articles
Subchapter XI - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 740 Omitted
§ 741 Repealed.]
Chapter 23 - Internal Security
Subchapter I - Control of Subversive Activities
§ 781 Repealed.]
§ 782 Repealed.]
§ 783 Offenses
§ 796 Effect of subchapter on other criminal laws
§ 797 Penalty for violation of security regulations and orders
§ 798 Repealed.]
Subchapter II - Emergency Detention of Suspected Security Risks
Subchapter III - Personnel Security Procedures in National Security Agency
§ 831 Regulations for employment security
§ 832 Full field investigation and appraisal
§ 833 Repealed.]
§ 834 "Classified information" defined
§ 835 Nonapplicability of administrative procedure provisions
Subchapter IV - Communist Control
§ 841 Findings and declarations of fact
§ 842 Proscription of Communist Party, its successors, and subsidiary organizations
§ 843 Application of Internal Security Act of 1950 to members of Communist Party and other subversive organizations; "Communist Party" defined
§ 844 Determination by jury of membership in Communist Party, participation, or knowledge of purpose
Subchapter V - Registration of Certain Persons Trained in Foreign Espionage Systems
§ 851 Registration of certain persons; filing statement; regulations
§ 852 Exemption from registration
§ 853 Retention of registration statements; public examination; withdrawal
§ 854 Rules, regulations, and forms
§ 855 Violations; penalties; deportation
§ 856 Continuing offense
§ 857 Compliance with other registration statutes
§ 858 Applicability to Canal Zone
Chapter 25 - Armed Forces Reserve
§ 936 Repealed.]
§ 1013 Repealed.]
§ 1014 Omitted
§ 1015 Repealed.]
§ 1016 Repealed.]
§ 1125 Repealed.]
Chapter 27 - Reserve Officer Personnel Program
§ 1265 Omitted
§ 1281 Repealed.]
§ 1399 Omitted
Chapter 29 - National Defense Contracts
§ 1431 Authorization; official approval; Congressional action: notification of committees of certain proposed obligations, resolution of disapproval, continuity of session, computation of period
§ 1432 Restrictions
§ 1433 Public record; examination of records by Comptroller General; exemptions: exceptional conditions; reports to Congress
§ 1434 Repealed.]
§ 1435 Effective period
§ 1436 Repealed.]
Chapter 30 - Federal Absentee Voting Assistance
Chapter 32 - Chemical and Biological Warfare Program
§ 1511 Repealed.]
§ 1512 Transportation, open air testing, and disposal; Presidential determination; report to Congress; notice to Congress and State Governors
§ 1512a Transportation of chemical munitions
§ 1513 Deployment, storage, and disposal; notification to host country and Congress; international law violations; reports to Congress and international organizations
§ 1514 "United States" defined
§ 1515 Suspension; Presidential authorization
§ 1516 Delivery systems
§ 1517 Immediate disposal when health or safety are endangered
§ 1518 Disposal; detoxification; report to Congress; emergencies
§ 1519 Lethal binary chemical munitions
§ 1519a Limitation on procurement of binary chemical weapons
§ 1520 Repealed.]
§ 1520a Restrictions on use of human subjects for testing of chemical or biological agents
§ 1521 Destruction of existing stockpile of lethal chemical agents and munitions
§ 1521a Destruction of existing stockpile of lethal chemical agents and munitions
§ 1522 Conduct of chemical and biological defense program
§ 1523 Annual report on chemical and biological warfare defense
§ 1524 Agreements to provide support to vaccination programs of Department of Health and Human Services
§ 1525 Assistance for facilities subject to inspection under Chemical Weapons Convention
§ 1526 Effective use of resources for nonproliferation programs
Chapter 33 - War Powers Resolution
§ 1541 Purpose and policy
§ 1542 Consultation; initial and regular consultations
§ 1543 Reporting requirement
§ 1544 Congressional action
§ 1545 Congressional priority procedures for joint resolution or bill
§ 1546 Congressional priority procedures for concurrent resolution
§ 1546a Expedited procedures for certain joint resolutions and bills
§ 1547 Interpretation of joint resolution
§ 1548 Separability
Chapter 34 - National Emergencies
Subchapter I - Terminating Existing Declared Emergencies
§ 1601 Termination of existing declared emergencies
Subchapter II - Declarations of Future National Emergencies
§ 1621 Declaration of national emergency by President; publication in Federal Register; effect on other laws; superseding legislation
§ 1622 National emergencies
Subchapter III - Exercise of Emergency Powers and Authorities
§ 1631 Declaration of national emergency by Executive order; authority; publication in Federal Register; transmittal to Congress
Subchapter IV - Accountability and Reporting Requirements of President
§ 1641 Accountability and reporting requirements of President
Subchapter V - Application to Powers and Authorities of Other Provisions of Law and Actions Taken Thereunder
§ 1651 Other laws, powers and authorities conferred thereby, and actions taken thereunder; Congressional studies
Chapter 35 - International Emergency Economic Powers
§ 1701 Unusual and extraordinary threat; declaration of national emergency; exercise of Presidential authorities
§ 1702 Presidential authorities
§ 1703 Consultation and reports
§ 1704 Authority to issue regulations
§ 1705 Penalties
§ 1706 Savings provisions
§ 1707 Multinational economic embargoes against governments in armed conflict with the United States
Chapter 36 - Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Subchapter I - Electronic Surveillance
§ 1801 Definitions
§ 1802 Electronic surveillance authorization without court order; certification by Attorney General; reports to Congressional committees; transmittal under seal; duties and compensation of communication common carrier; applications; jurisdiction of court
§ 1803 Designation of judges
§ 1804 Applications for court orders
§ 1805 Issuance of order
§ 1806 Use of information
§ 1807 Report to Administrative Office of the United States Court and to Congress
§ 1808 Report of Attorney General to Congressional committees; limitation on authority or responsibility of information gathering activities of Congressional committees; report of Congressional committees to Congress
§ 1809 Criminal sanctions
§ 1810 Civil liability
§ 1811 Authorization during time of war
§ 1812 Statement of exclusive means by which electronic surveillance and interception of certain communications may be conducted
Subchapter II - Physical Searches
§ 1821 Definitions
§ 1822 Authorization of physical searches for foreign intelligence purposes
§ 1823 Application for order
§ 1824 Issuance of order
§ 1825 Use of information
§ 1826 Congressional oversight
§ 1827 Penalties
§ 1828 Civil liability
§ 1829 Authorization during time of war
Subchapter III - Pen Registers and Trap and Trace Devices for Foreign Intelligence Purposes
§ 1841 Definitions
§ 1842 Pen registers and trap and trace devices for foreign intelligence and international terrorism investigations
§ 1843 Authorization during emergencies
§ 1844 Authorization during time of war
§ 1845 Use of information
§ 1846 Congressional oversight
Subchapter IV - Access to Certain Business Records for Foreign Intelligence Purposes
§ 1861 Access to certain business records for foreign intelligence and international terrorism investigations
§ 1862 Congressional oversight
§ 1863 Repealed.]
Subchapter V - Reporting Requirement
§ 1871 Semiannual report of the Attorney General
Subchapter VI - Additional Procedures Regarding Certain Persons Outside the United States
§ 1881 Definitions
§ 1881a Procedures for targeting certain persons outside the United States other than United States persons
§ 1881b Certain acquisitions inside the United States targeting United States persons outside the United States
§ 1881c Other acquisitions targeting United States persons outside the United States
§ 1881d Joint applications and concurrent authorizations
§ 1881e Use of information acquired under this subchapter
§ 1881f Congressional oversight
§ 1881g Savings provision
Subchapter VII - Protection of Persons Assisting the Government
§ 1885 Definitions
§ 1885a Procedures for implementing statutory defenses
§ 1885b Preemption
§ 1885c Reporting
Chapter 37 - National Security Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants
§ 1901 Short title, findings, and purposes
§ 1902 Scholarship, fellowship, and grant program
§ 1903 National Security Education Board
§ 1904 National Security Education Trust Fund
§ 1905 Regulations and administrative provisions
§ 1906 Annual report
§ 1907 Government Accountability Office audits
§ 1908 Definitions
§ 1909 Fiscal year 1992 funding
§ 1910 Funding
§ 1911 Additional annual authorization of appropriations
§ 1912 Funding for scholarship program for advanced English language studies by heritage community citizens
Chapter 38 - Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability
Subchapter I - Definitions
§ 2001 Definitions relating to the system
§ 2002 Definitions relating to participants and annuitants
Subchapter II - Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System
Part A - Establishment of System
§ 2011 CIARDS system
§ 2012 Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability Fund
§ 2013 Participants in CIARDS system
§ 2014 Annuitants
Part B - Contributions
§ 2021 Contributions to fund
Part C - Computation of Annuities
§ 2031 Computation of annuities
§ 2032 Annuities for former spouses
§ 2033 Election of survivor benefits for certain former spouses divorced as of November 15, 1982
§ 2034 Survivor annuity for certain other former spouses
§ 2035 Retirement annuity for certain former spouses
§ 2036 Survivor annuities for previous spouses
Part D - Benefits Accruing to Certain Participants
§ 2051 Retirement for disability or incapacity; medical examination; recovery
§ 2052 Death in service
§ 2053 Voluntary retirement
§ 2054 Discontinued service benefits
§ 2055 Mandatory retirement
§ 2056 Eligibility for annuity
Part E - Lump-sum Payments
§ 2071 Lump-sum payments
Part F - Period of Service for Annuities
§ 2081 Computation of length of service
§ 2082 Prior service credit
§ 2083 Credit for service while on military leave
Part G - Moneys
§ 2091 Estimate of appropriations needed
§ 2092 Investment of moneys in fund
§ 2093 Payment of benefits
§ 2094 Attachment of moneys
§ 2095 Recovery of payments
Part H - Retired Participants Recalled, Reinstated, or Reappointed in Agency or Reemployed in Government
§ 2111 Recall
§ 2112 Reemployment
§ 2113 Reemployment compensation
Part I - Voluntary Contributions
§ 2121 Voluntary contributions
Part J - Cost-of-living Adjustment of Annuities
§ 2131 Cost-of-living adjustment of annuities
Part K - Conformity With Civil Service Retirement System
§ 2141 Authority to maintain existing areas of conformity between Civil Service and Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability Systems
§ 2142 Thrift Savings Plan participation
§ 2143 Alternative forms of annuities
§ 2144 Payments from CIARDS fund for portions of certain Civil Service Retirement System annuities
Subchapter III - Participation in Federal Employees Retirement System
§ 2151 Application of Federal Employees’ Retirement System to Agency employees
§ 2152 Special rules relating to section 2013 criteria employees
§ 2153 Special rules for other employees for service abroad
§ 2154 Special rules for former spouses
§ 2155 Administrative provisions
§ 2156 Regulations
§ 2157 Transition regulations
Chapter 39 - Spoils of War
§ 2201 Transfers of spoils of war
§ 2202 Prohibition on transfers to countries which support terrorism
§ 2203 Report on previous transfers
§ 2204 Definitions
§ 2205 Construction
Chapter 40 - Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2301 Findings
§ 2302 Definitions
Subchapter I - Domestic Preparedness
§ 2311 Response to threats of terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction
§ 2312 Repealed.]
§ 2313 Nuclear, chemical, and biological emergency response
§ 2314 Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives response team
§ 2315 Testing of preparedness for emergencies involving nuclear, radiological, chemical, and biological weapons
§ 2316 Actions to increase civilian expertise
§ 2317 Rapid response information system
Subchapter II - Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials
§ 2331 Procurement of detection equipment for United States border security
§ 2332 Sense of Congress concerning criminal penalties
§ 2333 International border security
§ 2334 Training program
Subchapter III - Control and Disposition of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials Threatening the United States
§ 2341 Elimination of plutonium production
§ 2342 Cooperative program on research, development, and demonstration of technology regarding nuclear or radiological terrorism
§ 2343 Matters relating to the international materials protection, control, and accounting program of the Department of Energy
§ 2344 Strengthened international security for nuclear materials and security of nuclear operations
§ 2345 Export control programs
Subchapter IV - Coordination of Policy and Countermeasures Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2351 National coordinator on nonproliferation
§ 2352 National Security Council Committee on Nonproliferation
§ 2353 Comprehensive preparedness program
§ 2354 Termination
Subchapter IV-A - Nonproliferation Assistance Coordination
§ 2357 Findings
§ 2357a Definitions
§ 2357b Establishment of Committee on Nonproliferation Assistance
§ 2357c Purposes and authority
§ 2357d Administrative support
§ 2357e Confidentiality of information
§ 2357f Statutory construction
§ 2357g Reporting and consultation
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous
§ 2361 Sense of Congress concerning contracting policy
§ 2362 Transfers of allocations among cooperative threat reduction programs
§ 2363 Sense of Congress concerning assistance to states of former Soviet Union
§ 2364 Purchase of low-enriched uranium derived from Russian highly enriched uranium
§ 2365 Sense of Congress concerning purchase, packaging, and transportation of fissile materials at risk of theft
§ 2366 Reports on acquisition of technology relating to weapons of mass destruction and advanced conventional munitions
§ 2367 Annual report on threat posed to United States by weapons of mass destruction, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles
§ 2368 Annual reports on the proliferation of missiles and essential components of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons
§ 2369 Repealed.]
§ 2370 Notification of Committees on Armed Services with respect to certain nonproliferation and proliferation activities
§ 2371 Report on nuclear aspirations of non-state entities, nuclear weapons and related programs in non-nuclear-weapons states and countries not parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and certain foreign persons
Subchapter I - Domestic Preparedness
§ 2311 Response to threats of terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction
§ 2312 Repealed.]
§ 2313 Nuclear, chemical, and biological emergency response
§ 2314 Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives response team
§ 2315 Testing of preparedness for emergencies involving nuclear, radiological, chemical, and biological weapons
§ 2316 Actions to increase civilian expertise
§ 2317 Rapid response information system
Subchapter II - Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials
§ 2331 Procurement of detection equipment for United States border security
§ 2332 Sense of Congress concerning criminal penalties
§ 2333 International border security
§ 2334 Training program
Subchapter III - Control and Disposition of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials Threatening the United States
§ 2341 Elimination of plutonium production
§ 2342 Cooperative program on research, development, and demonstration of technology regarding nuclear or radiological terrorism
§ 2343 Matters relating to the international materials protection, control, and accounting program of the Department of Energy
§ 2344 Strengthened international security for nuclear materials and security of nuclear operations
§ 2345 Export control programs
Subchapter IV - Coordination of Policy and Countermeasures Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2351 National coordinator on nonproliferation
§ 2352 National Security Council Committee on Nonproliferation
§ 2353 Comprehensive preparedness program
§ 2354 Termination
Subchapter IV-A - Nonproliferation Assistance Coordination
§ 2357 Findings
§ 2357a Definitions
§ 2357b Establishment of Committee on Nonproliferation Assistance
§ 2357c Purposes and authority
§ 2357d Administrative support
§ 2357e Confidentiality of information
§ 2357f Statutory construction
§ 2357g Reporting and consultation
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous
§ 2361 Sense of Congress concerning contracting policy
§ 2362 Transfers of allocations among cooperative threat reduction programs
§ 2363 Sense of Congress concerning assistance to states of former Soviet Union
§ 2364 Purchase of low-enriched uranium derived from Russian highly enriched uranium
§ 2365 Sense of Congress concerning purchase, packaging, and transportation of fissile materials at risk of theft
§ 2366 Reports on acquisition of technology relating to weapons of mass destruction and advanced conventional munitions
§ 2367 Annual report on threat posed to United States by weapons of mass destruction, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles
§ 2368 Annual reports on the proliferation of missiles and essential components of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons
§ 2369 Repealed.]
§ 2370 Notification of Committees on Armed Services with respect to certain nonproliferation and proliferation activities
§ 2371 Report on nuclear aspirations of non-state entities, nuclear weapons and related programs in non-nuclear-weapons states and countries not parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and certain foreign persons
Subchapter I - Domestic Preparedness
§ 2311 Response to threats of terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction
§ 2312 Repealed.]
§ 2313 Nuclear, chemical, and biological emergency response
§ 2314 Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives response team
§ 2315 Testing of preparedness for emergencies involving nuclear, radiological, chemical, and biological weapons
§ 2316 Actions to increase civilian expertise
§ 2317 Rapid response information system
Subchapter II - Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials
§ 2331 Procurement of detection equipment for United States border security
§ 2332 Sense of Congress concerning criminal penalties
§ 2333 International border security
§ 2334 Training program
Subchapter III - Control and Disposition of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials Threatening the United States
§ 2341 Elimination of plutonium production
§ 2342 Cooperative program on research, development, and demonstration of technology regarding nuclear or radiological terrorism
§ 2343 Matters relating to the international materials protection, control, and accounting program of the Department of Energy
§ 2344 Strengthened international security for nuclear materials and security of nuclear operations
§ 2345 Export control programs
Subchapter IV - Coordination of Policy and Countermeasures Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2351 National coordinator on nonproliferation
§ 2352 National Security Council Committee on Nonproliferation
§ 2353 Comprehensive preparedness program
§ 2354 Termination
Subchapter IV-A - Nonproliferation Assistance Coordination
§ 2357 Findings
§ 2357a Definitions
§ 2357b Establishment of Committee on Nonproliferation Assistance
§ 2357c Purposes and authority
§ 2357d Administrative support
§ 2357e Confidentiality of information
§ 2357f Statutory construction
§ 2357g Reporting and consultation
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous
§ 2361 Sense of Congress concerning contracting policy
§ 2362 Transfers of allocations among cooperative threat reduction programs
§ 2363 Sense of Congress concerning assistance to states of former Soviet Union
§ 2364 Purchase of low-enriched uranium derived from Russian highly enriched uranium
§ 2365 Sense of Congress concerning purchase, packaging, and transportation of fissile materials at risk of theft
§ 2366 Reports on acquisition of technology relating to weapons of mass destruction and advanced conventional munitions
§ 2367 Annual report on threat posed to United States by weapons of mass destruction, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles
§ 2368 Annual reports on the proliferation of missiles and essential components of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons
§ 2369 Repealed.]
§ 2370 Notification of Committees on Armed Services with respect to certain nonproliferation and proliferation activities
§ 2371 Report on nuclear aspirations of non-state entities, nuclear weapons and related programs in non-nuclear-weapons states and countries not parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and certain foreign persons
Subchapter I - Domestic Preparedness
§ 2311 Response to threats of terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction
§ 2312 Repealed.]
§ 2313 Nuclear, chemical, and biological emergency response
§ 2314 Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives response team
§ 2315 Testing of preparedness for emergencies involving nuclear, radiological, chemical, and biological weapons
§ 2316 Actions to increase civilian expertise
§ 2317 Rapid response information system
Subchapter II - Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials
§ 2331 Procurement of detection equipment for United States border security
§ 2332 Sense of Congress concerning criminal penalties
§ 2333 International border security
§ 2334 Training program
Subchapter III - Control and Disposition of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials Threatening the United States
§ 2341 Elimination of plutonium production
§ 2342 Cooperative program on research, development, and demonstration of technology regarding nuclear or radiological terrorism
§ 2343 Matters relating to the international materials protection, control, and accounting program of the Department of Energy
§ 2344 Strengthened international security for nuclear materials and security of nuclear operations
§ 2345 Export control programs
Subchapter IV - Coordination of Policy and Countermeasures Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2351 National coordinator on nonproliferation
§ 2352 National Security Council Committee on Nonproliferation
§ 2353 Comprehensive preparedness program
§ 2354 Termination
Subchapter IV-A - Nonproliferation Assistance Coordination
§ 2357 Findings
§ 2357a Definitions
§ 2357b Establishment of Committee on Nonproliferation Assistance
§ 2357c Purposes and authority
§ 2357d Administrative support
§ 2357e Confidentiality of information
§ 2357f Statutory construction
§ 2357g Reporting and consultation
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous
§ 2361 Sense of Congress concerning contracting policy
§ 2362 Transfers of allocations among cooperative threat reduction programs
§ 2363 Sense of Congress concerning assistance to states of former Soviet Union
§ 2364 Purchase of low-enriched uranium derived from Russian highly enriched uranium
§ 2365 Sense of Congress concerning purchase, packaging, and transportation of fissile materials at risk of theft
§ 2366 Reports on acquisition of technology relating to weapons of mass destruction and advanced conventional munitions
§ 2367 Annual report on threat posed to United States by weapons of mass destruction, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles
§ 2368 Annual reports on the proliferation of missiles and essential components of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons
§ 2369 Repealed.]
§ 2370 Notification of Committees on Armed Services with respect to certain nonproliferation and proliferation activities
§ 2371 Report on nuclear aspirations of non-state entities, nuclear weapons and related programs in non-nuclear-weapons states and countries not parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and certain foreign persons
Subchapter I - Domestic Preparedness
§ 2311 Response to threats of terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction
§ 2312 Repealed.]
§ 2313 Nuclear, chemical, and biological emergency response
§ 2314 Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives response team
§ 2315 Testing of preparedness for emergencies involving nuclear, radiological, chemical, and biological weapons
§ 2316 Actions to increase civilian expertise
§ 2317 Rapid response information system
Subchapter II - Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials
§ 2331 Procurement of detection equipment for United States border security
§ 2332 Sense of Congress concerning criminal penalties
§ 2333 International border security
§ 2334 Training program
Subchapter III - Control and Disposition of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials Threatening the United States
§ 2341 Elimination of plutonium production
§ 2342 Cooperative program on research, development, and demonstration of technology regarding nuclear or radiological terrorism
§ 2343 Matters relating to the international materials protection, control, and accounting program of the Department of Energy
§ 2344 Strengthened international security for nuclear materials and security of nuclear operations
§ 2345 Export control programs
Subchapter IV - Coordination of Policy and Countermeasures Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2351 National coordinator on nonproliferation
§ 2352 National Security Council Committee on Nonproliferation
§ 2353 Comprehensive preparedness program
§ 2354 Termination
Subchapter IV-A - Nonproliferation Assistance Coordination
§ 2357 Findings
§ 2357a Definitions
§ 2357b Establishment of Committee on Nonproliferation Assistance
§ 2357c Purposes and authority
§ 2357d Administrative support
§ 2357e Confidentiality of information
§ 2357f Statutory construction
§ 2357g Reporting and consultation
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous
§ 2361 Sense of Congress concerning contracting policy
§ 2362 Transfers of allocations among cooperative threat reduction programs
§ 2363 Sense of Congress concerning assistance to states of former Soviet Union
§ 2364 Purchase of low-enriched uranium derived from Russian highly enriched uranium
§ 2365 Sense of Congress concerning purchase, packaging, and transportation of fissile materials at risk of theft
§ 2366 Reports on acquisition of technology relating to weapons of mass destruction and advanced conventional munitions
§ 2367 Annual report on threat posed to United States by weapons of mass destruction, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles
§ 2368 Annual reports on the proliferation of missiles and essential components of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons
§ 2369 Repealed.]
§ 2370 Notification of Committees on Armed Services with respect to certain nonproliferation and proliferation activities
§ 2371 Report on nuclear aspirations of non-state entities, nuclear weapons and related programs in non-nuclear-weapons states and countries not parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and certain foreign persons
Subchapter I - Domestic Preparedness
§ 2311 Response to threats of terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction
§ 2312 Repealed.]
§ 2313 Nuclear, chemical, and biological emergency response
§ 2314 Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives response team
§ 2315 Testing of preparedness for emergencies involving nuclear, radiological, chemical, and biological weapons
§ 2316 Actions to increase civilian expertise
§ 2317 Rapid response information system
Subchapter II - Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials
§ 2331 Procurement of detection equipment for United States border security
§ 2332 Sense of Congress concerning criminal penalties
§ 2333 International border security
§ 2334 Training program
Subchapter III - Control and Disposition of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials Threatening the United States
§ 2341 Elimination of plutonium production
§ 2342 Cooperative program on research, development, and demonstration of technology regarding nuclear or radiological terrorism
§ 2343 Matters relating to the international materials protection, control, and accounting program of the Department of Energy
§ 2344 Strengthened international security for nuclear materials and security of nuclear operations
§ 2345 Export control programs
Subchapter IV - Coordination of Policy and Countermeasures Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
§ 2351 National coordinator on nonproliferation
§ 2352 National Security Council Committee on Nonproliferation
§ 2353 Comprehensive preparedness program
§ 2354 Termination
Subchapter IV-A - Nonproliferation Assistance Coordination
§ 2357 Findings
§ 2357a Definitions
§ 2357b Establishment of Committee on Nonproliferation Assistance
§ 2357c Purposes and authority
§ 2357d Administrative support
§ 2357e Confidentiality of information
§ 2357f Statutory construction
§ 2357g Reporting and consultation
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous
§ 2361 Sense of Congress concerning contracting policy
§ 2362 Transfers of allocations among cooperative threat reduction programs
§ 2363 Sense of Congress concerning assistance to states of former Soviet Union
§ 2364 Purchase of low-enriched uranium derived from Russian highly enriched uranium
§ 2365 Sense of Congress concerning purchase, packaging, and transportation of fissile materials at risk of theft
§ 2366 Reports on acquisition of technology relating to weapons of mass destruction and advanced conventional munitions
§ 2367 Annual report on threat posed to United States by weapons of mass destruction, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles
§ 2368 Annual reports on the proliferation of missiles and essential components of nuclear, biological, chemical, and radiological weapons
§ 2369 Repealed.]
§ 2370 Notification of Committees on Armed Services with respect to certain nonproliferation and proliferation activities
§ 2371 Report on nuclear aspirations of non-state entities, nuclear weapons and related programs in non-nuclear-weapons states and countries not parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and certain foreign persons
Chapter 41 - National Nuclear Security Administration
Subchapter I - Establishment and Organization
§ 2401 Establishment and mission
§ 2402 Administrator for Nuclear Security
§ 2403 Principal Deputy Administrator for Nuclear Security
§ 2404 Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs
§ 2405 Deputy Administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation
§ 2406 Deputy Administrator for Naval Reactors
§ 2407 General Counsel
§ 2408 Staff of Administration
§ 2409 Scope of authority of Secretary of Energy to modify organization of Administration
§ 2410 Status of Administration and contractor personnel within Department of Energy
Subchapter II - Matters Relating to Security
§ 2421 Protection of national security information
§ 2422 Office of Defense Nuclear Security
§ 2423 Counterintelligence programs
§ 2424 Procedures relating to access by individuals to classified areas and information of Administration
§ 2425 Government access to information on Administration computers
§ 2426 Congressional oversight of special access programs
Subchapter III - Matters Relating to Personnel
§ 2441 Authority to establish certain scientific, engineering, and technical positions
§ 2442 Voluntary early retirement authority
§ 2443 Repealed.]
§ 2444 Nonproliferation and national security scholarship and fellowship program
Subchapter IV - Budget and Financial Management
§ 2451 Separate treatment in budget
§ 2452 Planning, programming, and budgeting process
§ 2453 Future-years nuclear security program
§ 2454 Semiannual financial reports on defense nuclear nonproliferation programs
§ 2455 Biennial plan and budget assessment on the modernization and refurbishment of the nuclear security complex
§ 2455a National Nuclear Security Administration authority for urgent nonproliferation activities
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 2461 Environmental protection, safety, and health requirements
§ 2462 Compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulation
§ 2463 Sharing of technology with Department of Defense
§ 2464 Use of capabilities of national security laboratories by entities outside the Administration
Subchapter VI - Definitions
§ 2471 Definitions
Subchapter VII - Transition Provisions
§ 2481 Functions transferred
§ 2482 Transfer of funds and employees
§ 2483 Transition provisions
§ 2484 Applicability of preexisting laws and regulations
Chapter 42 - Atomic Energy Defense Provisions
§ 2501 Definition
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Subchapter I - Organizational Matters
§ 2511 Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
§ 2512 Reorganization of field activities and management of national security functions
§ 2513 Restriction on licensing requirement for certain defense activities and facilities
Subchapter II - Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Matters
Part A - Stockpile Stewardship and Weapons Production
§ 2521 Stockpile stewardship program
§ 2522 Report on stockpile stewardship criteria
§ 2523 Plan for stewardship, management, and certification of warheads in the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2524 Stockpile management program
§ 2524a Repealed.]
§ 2525 Annual assessments and reports to the President and Congress regarding the condition of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2526 Form of certifications regarding the safety or reliability of the nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2527 Nuclear test ban readiness program
§ 2528 Reports on nuclear test readiness
§ 2528a Repealed.]
§ 2529 Requirements for specific request for new or modified nuclear weapons
§ 2530 Limitation on underground nuclear weapons tests
§ 2531 Testing of nuclear weapons
§ 2532 Manufacturing infrastructure for refabrication and certification of nuclear weapons stockpile
§ 2533 Reports on critical difficulties at nuclear weapons laboratories and nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2534 Plan for transformation of National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear weapons complex
Part B - Tritium
§ 2541 Tritium production program
§ 2542 Tritium recycling
§ 2543 Tritium production
§ 2544 Modernization and consolidation of tritium recycling facilities
§ 2545 Procedures for meeting tritium production requirements
Subchapter III - Proliferation Matters
§ 2561 Repealed.]
§ 2562 Nonproliferation initiatives and activities
§ 2563 Annual report on status of Nuclear Materials Protection, Control, and Accounting Program
§ 2564 Nuclear Cities Initiative
§ 2565 Authority to conduct program relating to fissile materials
§ 2566 Disposition of weapons-usable plutonium at Savannah River Site
§ 2567 Disposition of surplus defense plutonium at Savannah River Site, Aiken, South Carolina
§ 2568 Authority to use international nuclear materials protection and cooperation program funds outside the former Soviet Union
§ 2569 Acceleration of removal or security of fissile materials, radiological materials, and related equipment at vulnerable sites worldwide
§ 2570 Silk Road Initiative
§ 2571 Nuclear Nonproliferation Fellowships for scientists employed by United States and Russian Federation
§ 2572 International agreements on nuclear weapons data
§ 2573 International agreements on information on radioactive materials
§ 2574 Enhancing nuclear forensics capabilities
Subchapter IV - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Matters
Part A - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management
§ 2581 Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Account
§ 2582 Requirement to develop future use plans for environmental management programs
§ 2583 Integrated fissile materials management plan
§ 2584 Baseline environmental management reports
§ 2585 Accelerated schedule for environmental restoration and waste management activities
§ 2586 Defense waste cleanup technology program
§ 2587 Report on environmental restoration expenditures
§ 2588 Public participation in planning for environmental restoration and waste management at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2589 Policy of Department of Energy regarding future defense environmental management matters
Part B - Closure of Facilities
§ 2601 Projects to accelerate closure activities at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2602 Reports in connection with permanent closures of Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities
Part C - Privatization
§ 2611 Defense environmental management privatization projects
Part D - Hanford Reservation, Washington
§ 2621 Safety measures for waste tanks at Hanford Nuclear Reservation
§ 2622 Hanford waste tank cleanup program reforms
§ 2623 River Protection Project
§ 2624 Funding for termination costs of River Protection Project, Richland, Washington
Part E - Savannah River Site, South Carolina
§ 2631 Accelerated schedule for isolating high-level nuclear waste at the Defense Waste Processing Facility, Savannah River Site
§ 2632 Multi-year plan for clean-up
§ 2633 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2634 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2635 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposition of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2636 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2637 Continuation of processing, treatment, and disposal of legacy nuclear materials
§ 2638 Limitation on use of funds for decommissioning Fcanyon facility
Subchapter V - Safeguards and Security Matters
Part A - Safeguards and Security
§ 2651 Prohibition on international inspections of Department of Energy facilities unless protection of restricted data is certified
§ 2652 Restrictions on access to national laboratories by foreign visitors from sensitive countries
§ 2653 Background investigations of certain personnel at Department of Energy facilities
§ 2654 Department of Energy counterintelligence polygraph program
§ 2655 Repealed.]
§ 2656 Notice to congressional committees of certain security and counterintelligence failures within nuclear energy defense programs
§ 2657 Submittal of annual report on status of security functions at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2658 Report on counterintelligence and security practices at national laboratories
§ 2659 Report on security vulnerabilities of national laboratory computers
Part B - Classified Information
§ 2671 Review of certain documents before declassification and release
§ 2672 Protection against inadvertent release of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2673 Supplement to plan for declassification of Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data
§ 2674 Protection of classified information during laboratory-to-laboratory exchanges
§ 2675 Identification in budget materials of amounts for declassification activities and limitation on expenditures for such activities
Part C - Emergency Response
§ 2691 Responsibility for Defense Programs Emergency Response Program
Subchapter VI - Personnel Matters
Part A - Personnel Management
§ 2701 Authority for appointment of certain scientific, engineering, and technical personnel
§ 2702 Whistleblower protection program
§ 2703 Employee incentives for employees at closure project facilities
§ 2704 Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities workforce restructuring plan
§ 2705 Authority to provide certificate of commendation to Department of Energy and contractor employees for exemplary service in stockpile stewardship and security
Part B - Education and Training
§ 2721 Executive management training in Department of Energy
§ 2722 Stockpile stewardship recruitment and training program
§ 2723 Fellowship program for development of skills critical to the Department of Energy nuclear weapons complex
Part C - Worker Safety
§ 2731 Worker protection at nuclear weapons facilities
§ 2732 Safety oversight and enforcement at defense nuclear facilities
§ 2733 Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to hazardous and radioactive substances
§ 2734 Programs for persons who may have been exposed to radiation released from Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Subchapter VII - Budget and Financial Management Matters
Part A - Recurring National Security Authorization Provisions
§ 2741 Definitions
§ 2742 Reprogramming
§ 2743 Minor construction projects
§ 2743a General plant projects
§ 2744 Limits on construction projects
§ 2745 Fund transfer authority
§ 2746 Conceptual and construction design
§ 2747 Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction activities
§ 2748 Scope of authority to carry out plant projects
§ 2749 Availability of funds
§ 2750 Transfer of defense environmental management funds
§ 2751 Transfer of weapons activities funds
§ 2752 Funds available for all national security programs of the Department of Energy
Part B - Penalties
§ 2761 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under environmental laws
§ 2762 Restriction on use of funds to pay penalties under Clean Air Act
Part C - Other Matters
§ 2771 Single request for authorization of appropriations for common defense and security programs
Subchapter VIII - Administrative Matters
Part A - Contracts
§ 2781 Costs not allowed under covered contracts
§ 2782 Prohibition and report on bonuses to contractors operating defense nuclear facilities
§ 2783 Contractor liability for injury or loss of property arising out of atomic weapons testing programs
§ 2784 Notice-and-wait requirement applicable to certain third-party financing arrangements
Part B - Research and Development
§ 2791 Laboratory-directed research and development programs
§ 2791a Laboratory-directed research and development
§ 2792 Limitations on use of funds for laboratory directed research and development purposes
§ 2793 Limitation on use of funds for certain research and development purposes
§ 2794 Critical technology partnerships
§ 2795 University-based research collaboration program
Part C - Facilities Management
§ 2811 Transfers of real property at certain Department of Energy facilities
§ 2812 Engineering and manufacturing research, development, and demonstration by plant managers of certain nuclear weapons production plants
§ 2813 Pilot program relating to use of proceeds of disposal or utilization of certain Department of Energy assets
Part D - Other Matters
§ 2821 Semiannual reports on local impact assistance
§ 2822 Payment of costs of operation and maintenance of infrastructure at Nevada Test Site
Chapter 43 - Preventing Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2901 Findings
§ 2902 Definitions
Subchapter I - Proliferation Security Initiative
§ 2911 Proliferation Security Initiative improvements and authorities
§ 2912 Authority to provide assistance to cooperative countries
Subchapter II - Assistance to Accelerate Programs to Prevent Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2921 Statement of policy
§ 2922 Authorization of appropriations for the Department of Defense Cooperative Threat Reduction Program
§ 2923 Authorization of appropriations for the Department of Energy programs to prevent weapons of mass destruction proliferation and terrorism
Subchapter III - Office of the United States Coordinator for the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2931 Office of the United States Coordinator for the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2932 Sense of Congress on United States-Russia cooperation and coordination on the prevention of weapons of mass destruction proliferation and terrorism
Subchapter I - Proliferation Security Initiative
§ 2911 Proliferation Security Initiative improvements and authorities
§ 2912 Authority to provide assistance to cooperative countries
Subchapter II - Assistance to Accelerate Programs to Prevent Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2921 Statement of policy
§ 2922 Authorization of appropriations for the Department of Defense Cooperative Threat Reduction Program
§ 2923 Authorization of appropriations for the Department of Energy programs to prevent weapons of mass destruction proliferation and terrorism
Subchapter III - Office of the United States Coordinator for the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2931 Office of the United States Coordinator for the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2932 Sense of Congress on United States-Russia cooperation and coordination on the prevention of weapons of mass destruction proliferation and terrorism
Subchapter I - Proliferation Security Initiative
§ 2911 Proliferation Security Initiative improvements and authorities
§ 2912 Authority to provide assistance to cooperative countries
Subchapter II - Assistance to Accelerate Programs to Prevent Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2921 Statement of policy
§ 2922 Authorization of appropriations for the Department of Defense Cooperative Threat Reduction Program
§ 2923 Authorization of appropriations for the Department of Energy programs to prevent weapons of mass destruction proliferation and terrorism
Subchapter III - Office of the United States Coordinator for the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2931 Office of the United States Coordinator for the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
§ 2932 Sense of Congress on United States-Russia cooperation and coordination on the prevention of weapons of mass destruction proliferation and terrorism

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